Helicopter Blades

Regulations

Helicopter Blades Disposal Regulations
DoDM 4160.21 Vol4 Page 100

Turn-In Instructions

Helicopter blades must be accompanied by a pertinent historical/maintenance record and a certification as to whether they contain depleted uranium.

DLA Disposition Services will not accept physical custody of property containing depleted uranium or other sources of radioactive materials.

Helicopter blades and tail rotors that have exceeded their finite life, are condemned for any other reason, or do not have an adequate historical/maintenance record shall be mutilated by the owning Military Service before turn into DLA Disp Svcs.

Forms

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1348-1A

DD Form 1348-1a

 

The DD Form 1348-1A the most important document when interacting with DLA Disposition Services. It serves as the receipt for property turned in, and is an important record for auditability. 

Learn how to complete a DDForm-1348-1A .