|CH-47-04-ASAM-02 was issued on 29 April 04 to advise flight crews on the operational limits of the Cruise Guide Indicator (CGI), to remark the CH-47D CGI and to require the inspection of the instrumented aft fixed link. This ASAM provides additional inspections and corrective action.|
UNCLASSIFIED . MSG DTG 141414Z OCT 04 . FROM CDRAMCOM, REDSTONE ARSENAL, AL //AMSAM-SF-A// . SUBJECT - AVIATION SAFETY ACTION MESSAGE, MAINTENANCE MANDATORY, RCS CSGLD-1860(R1), CH-47 AIRCRAFT, AFT CRITICAL DYNAMIC COMPONENTS, CH-47-05-ASAM-01. .... NOTE ....This message is effective until rescinded or superseded. .... NOTE ....This message is issued IAW AR 95-1 and has not been ....transmitted to units subordinate to addressees. ....Addressees will immediately retransmit this message ....to all subordinate units, activities or elements ....affected or concerned. MACOMs will immediately ....verify this transmission to the AMCOM SOF Compliance ....Officer (AMSAM-SF-A, firstname.lastname@example.org). .... NOTE ....MACOM commanders may authorize temporary exception from ....message requirements IAW AR 95-1, Ch 6. Exception may ....only occur when combat operations or matter of life or ....death in civil disasters or other emergencies are so ....urgent that they override the consequences of continued ....aircraft operation. .... 1. SUMMARY - 1.1. Background - 1.1.1. CH-47-04-ASAM-02 was issued on 29 April 04 to advise flight crews on the operational limits of the Cruise Guide Indicator (CGI), to remark the CH-47D CGI and to require the inspection of the instrumented aft fixed link. This ASAM provides additional inspections and corrective action. 1.1.2. Following combat operation of CH-47D aircraft in Iraq and in the mountains of Afghanistan, pilots reported that continuous flight operations were conducted with the cruise guide indicator (CGI) in the transient region, accompanied by excursions into the avoid region, usually encountered in turbulence. 1.1.3. The CGI instrument provides a visual indication of loads incurred on critical dynamic components in flight. It is divided into three bands; normal (green band), transient (yellow band), and avoid (red/yellow striped band). Numerous operations, were reportedly conducted on specific aircraft at high gross weights, extreme aft center of gravity conditions, high torques, airspeeds exceeding VH, and at high density altitudes. The impact of operation in the upper regions of the yellow (transient) band and any area in the red/yellow (avoid) band of the CGI resulted in a significant decrease in the available fatigue life for critical safety items on the rotor controls and drive components. The reductions in available fatigue lives are dependent upon component loads, aircraft loads, and the amount of time spent under these conditions. 1.2. MESSAGE PURPOSE - Require mandatory parts replacement on affected aircraft within specified aircraft hours and ensure affected parts previously turned in for maintenance/overhaul are captured for de-militarization. 2. END ITEMS AFFECTED - All CH-47D and F series aircraft. 3. ASSEMBLIES/COMPONENTS/PARTS AFFECTED - 3.1. Suspect/discrepant assemblies/components/parts - ..Nomenclature PN NSN Aft Rotary Wing Head 145R2004-18 1615-01-315-3972 145R2004-20 1615-01-391-4399 ..Aft Rotor Shaft 145D3300-3 1680-01-119-3361 145D3300-5 1680-01-307-4844 145D3300-6 1680-01-320-1191 ..Pitch Housing 234R2075-2 1615-01-335-2697 145R2075-12 3040-01-115-3608 145R2075-14 3040-01-307-8964 145R2075-16 3040-01-407-7298 3.2. Additional assemblies/components/parts to be inspected - ..Aft Fixed Link Assembly 414C3056-3 1615-01-117-1135 ..Aft Pitch Link Upper Bolt 114R3650-13 5306-00-003-1152 114R3650-16 5306-01-301-7793 ..Aft Pitch Link Lower Bolt 114R3650-15 5306-00-003-1149 114R3650-17 5306-01-301-7794 Aft Trim Actuator, Plain Rod End Bearing 114CS123-1 3120-00-110-8542 ..Aft Pivoting Actuator to Support Fitting Bolt BACB30ST8-31 5306-00-008-5025 ..Aft Pivoting Actuator to Support Fitting Bolt BACB30ST8-35 5306-00-008-5027 ..Aft Fixed Link to Stationary Swashplate Bolt 114R3650-7 1615-00-003-1156 .... NOTE ....When complying with the requirements of this message, ....complete forms and records entries IAW DA PAM 738-751. ....ULLS-A units will use appropriate "E" forms. .... 4. INITIAL TAMMS (THE ARMY MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM) COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS - 4.1. Upon receipt of this message make the following entry on the DA Form 2408-13-1: Enter a Red Horizontal Dash //-// status symbol with the following statement: "Comply with requirements of CH-47-05-ASAM-01 before [####.#] aircraft hours, but NLT 29 October 2004." Calculate [####.#] as current aircraft flight hours plus 10 hours. Commanders who are unable to comply with the requirements of this message within the time frame specified will upgrade the affected aircraft status symbol to a Red //X//. NOTE ....The TAMMS compliance reporting form is available at ...."www.redstone.army.mil/sof/tamms.xls" (use lower case ....letters only) or may be obtained from the units ....servicing LAR. Alternate forms may be approved by ....the AMCOM SOF Compliance Officer. .... NOTE ....The TAMMS Compliance Report only confirms the unit has ....made the initial logbook entry for assigned aircraft. ....TAMMS Compliance Reports will include aircraft serial ....numbers (in numerical order), date of entry on DA Form ....2408-13-1, unit address, local POC name and phone number. .... 4.2. TAMMS Compliance Report - Submit TAMMS compliance report via priority email to "email@example.com" 21 October 2004 IAW AR 95-1. If email is not available, the report may be faxed to: SOF Compliance Officer at DSN 897-2111 or (256) 313- 2111. 5. TASK/INSPECTION COMPLIANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS - ...................NOTE................... ....The Task/Inspection Reporting Form is available at ...."www.redstone.army.mil/sof/log.xls" (use lower case ....letters only) or may be obtained from the units ....servicing LAR. This report will cite the message ....number, date of inspection, aircraft serial number, ....aircraft hours, component serial number, component ....hours, and results of the inspection. 5.1. Aircraft - 5.1.1. Submit Initial Task/Inspection Report for this message to Log POC NLT 1 November 2004. 5.1.2. Submit Task Compliance Reports for this message to Log POC in Para 13 no later than 15 calendar days from completion of each part replacement on an aircraft. 5.2. Retail Stock (Installation level and below) - Provide unit POC, address and phone number. Submit Task/Inspection Compliance Report for this message to Log POC NLT 1 November 2004. 5.3. Wholesale Stock (Including Depot stock, Depot Maintenance and Single Stock Fund) - Report compliance with this message IAW para 8 to Wholesale POC NLT 1 November 2004. 6. SPECIAL PROVISIONS TO MESSAGE REQUIREMENTS (AIRCRAFT) - 6.1. Aircraft in AVIM, Or Depot Level Maintenance - Commanders, Facility Managers and Contractors will not issue aircraft until they are in compliance with this message. 6.2. Aircraft at Contractor Facility - Contractor facilities will inspect CH-47D aircraft prior to CH-47 F Modification and ensure that aircraft have no suspect parts IAW CH-47-05-ASAM-01 installed prior to DD 250 and will inspect DD 250 aircraft prior to those aircraft departing for ferry to final destination. 6.3. Aircraft In Transit - Unit commanders in receipt of deployment orders and are unable to comply prior to the date specified in para 4.1. may defer initial requirements IAW Surface/air shipment or Ferry status instructions, as appropriate. 6.3.1. Surface/Air Shipment - Comply with message requirements within 10 flight hours / 14 days of arrival. 6.3.2. Ferry Status/Aircraft Away From Home Station - Comply with message requirements upon arrival at final destination. 6.4. Aircraft on Red //X// Status Symbol may be maintained in flyable storage. Ground run-ups at normal operating rotor rpm are authorized. 7. TECHNICAL PROCEDURES/INSTRUCTIONS - 7.1. Inspect all CH-47D/F aircraft to determine if the following suspect parts are installed. .... ...................NOTE................... ....Aircraft may have affected assemblies/components/parts ....that may have been obtained through controlled exchange ....or the supply system and installed on any aircraft ....in the field. .... 7.1.1. Suspect Aft Rotary Wing Head (PNs 145R2004-18 and -20) with the following Serial Numbers - ...A5-34 A5-56 A5-70 A5-79 A5-178 A5-295 ...A5-362 A5-403 A5-404 A5-405 A5-464 A5-479 ...A5-668 A5-748 A5-769 A5-834 A5-906 A5-971 ...A5-1043 A5-1052 A5-1064 A5-1088 A5-1100 A5-1124 ...A5-1129 A5-1154 A5-1203 A5-1237 A5-1258 A5-1415 ...A5-1548 7.1.2. Suspect Pitch Housing (PNs 234R2075-2, 145R2075-12,-14 and -16) with the following Serial Numbers - ...AM144 AM262 AM290 AM446 AM458 AM480 AM524 ...AM582 AM666 AM670 AM724 AM752 AM832 AM840 ...AM852 AM868 AM914 AM1052 AM1060 AM1080 AM1110 ...AM1124 AM1132 AM1178 AM1218 AM1222 AM1228 AM1260 ...AM1262 AM1266 AM1286 AM1320 AM1368 AM1470 AM1516 ...AM1564 AM1638 AM1646 AM1654 AM1672 AM1710 AM1764 ...AM1814 AM2002 AM3214 AM4711 TM277 TM313 TM322 ...TM325 TM327 TM336 TM358 TM380 TM467 TM473 ...TM492 TM513 TM660 TM667 TM676 TZ103 TZ122 ...TZ222 TZ276 TZ296 TZ298 TZ336 TZ600 TZ688 ...TZ778 TZ866 TZ952 TZ1002 TZ1120 TZ1138 TZ1212 ...TZ1388 TZ1678 TZ1696 TZ1712 TZ1992 TZ2052 TZ2384 ...TZ2414 TZ2754 TZ2758 TZ2762 TZ2830 UW3228 UW3387 ...UW3905 UW4087 UW4318 UW4489 UW4491 UW4492 UW4576 ...UW4581 UW4602 UW4644 UW4658 UW4659 UW4678 UW4710 ...UW4757 UW4810 UW4815 UW4856 UW4869 UW5013 UW5051 ...UW5081 UW5134 UW5135 UW5359 VM4157. 7.1.3. Suspect Aft Rotor Shaft PNs 145D3300-3, -5, -6) with the following Serial Numbers - ...A-117 A-124 A-139 A-148 A-149 A-169 A-182 ...A-188 A-198 A-222 A-226 A-257 A-261 A-268 ...A-367 A-412 A-433 A-438 A-441 A-448 A-471 ...A-475 A-482 A-483 A-505 A-523 A-576 A-635 ...A-654 A-680 A-727 A-733 A-947 A-996 A-997. 7.1.4. If any suspect serial numbered parts are installed, replace as applicable, within 400 aircraft hours (not to exceed Maximum Allowable Operating Time [MAOT]) but NLT 31 Oct 06. Make appropriate logbook entry as required in para 7.7. Proceed to para 7.2. 7.1.5. If no suspect serial numbered parts are found, proceed to next paragraph. .... ...................NOTE................... .....Procedures in this message specify the use of .....hazardous chemicals, ensure safe handling procedures .....and appropriate manual references are consulted. .....Refer to Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for the .....items being used. .... 7.2. The following serial numbered aircraft require replacement of additional suspect parts. The suspect aircraft are identified by 2 groups (A/B). 7.2.1. Group A Aircraft are identified as: ...8324124 8424154 8424157 8424158 8424175 8424187 ...8524326 8524331 8524333 8524334 8524336 8524343 ...8524345 8524348 8524349 8601666 8601669 8700082 ...8700083 8700091 8700096 8900130 8900135 8900147 ...9200368. 7.2.2. Group B Aircraft are identified as - ...8424165 8424167 8424168 8424184 8424186 8524330 8601649 8601677. 7.3. Conduct records review to determine if the parts listed in para 7.4. and 7.5. were installed since 1 Feb 2004. 7.3.1. If records review confirms the part was replaced with a new part since 1 Feb 2004, contact the Log POC listed in para 13 to determine if the part requires replacement. 7.3.2. If the records review shows the part has not been replaced since 1 Feb 04, the parts will be replaced IAW paragraphs 7.4. and/or 7.5. as applicable. 7.4. Group A and B aircraft will replace the following parts within 400 aircraft hours (not to exceed MAOT) but NLT 31 Oct 06. Make appropriate logbook entry as required in para 7.7. ..Nomenclature PN NSN ..Aft Fixed Link Assembly 414C3056-3 1615-01-117-1135 ..Aft Pitch Link Upper Bolt 114R3650-13 5306-00-003-1152 114R3650-16 5306-01-301-7793 ..Aft Pitch Link Lower Bolt 114R3650-15 5306-00-003-1149 114R3650-17 5306-01-301-7794 Aft Trim Actuator, Plain Rod End Bearing 114CS123-1 3120-00-110-8542 7.5. Group B aircraft will replace the parts listed in para 7.4. above PLUS the following parts. Replacement will be within 400 aircraft hours (not to exceed MAOT) but NLT 31 Oct 06. Make appropriate logbook entry as required in para 7.7. ..Nomenclature PN NSN ..Aft Pivoting Actuator to Support Fitting Bolt BACB30ST8-31 5306-00-008-5025 ..Aft Pivoting Actuator to Support Fitting Bolt BACB30ST8-35 5306-00-008-5027 ..Aft Fixed Link to Stationary Swashplate Bolt 114R3650-7 1615-00-003-1156 7.6. If no suspect parts are identified, the inspection is complete. Proceed to para 7.9. 7.7. If a suspect part is installed, make appropriate entry for each suspect part on the DA Form 2408-13-1. Enter a Red Horizontal Dash //-// status symbol with the following statement: "Replace (Nomenclature/SN) IAW CH-47-05-ASAM-01 before [####.#] aircraft hours, but NLT 31 Oct 06." Calculate [####.#] as current aircraft flight hours plus 400 hours, or MAOT, whichever comes first. Report documentation of each assembly/component/part replacement to the Log POC IAW Para 5.1.2. 7.8. All assemblies/components/parts removed from aircraft IAW this message shall be disposed of IAW Para 10.7. 7.9. Clear the initial entry from Para 4.1 and note compliance on DA Form 2408-5-1 (Component) or DA Form 2408-15. 8. PROCEDURES/INSTRUCTIONS FOR ASSEMBLIES/COMPONENTS/PARTS IN WORK OR IN STOCK (AT ALL LEVELS INCLUDING WAR RESERVES) - All facilities will inspect in work and in stock items for presence of serial numbered components listed in Para 7. If these serialized items are discovered, they are to be removed from service, reported to the Log POC in Para 13, and dispositioned IAW Para 10.7. 8.1. Items in Retail Stock - Commanders and facility managers that maintain retail stock at installation level and below will submit a Task/Inspection report to Log POC IAW para 5. 8.2. Items in Single Stock Fund and in Work (Overhaul/Repair Facility) - Commanders and facility managers will submit Task/Inspection Compliance Report to Wholesale POC IAW para 5. 8.3. Items in Wholesale Stock - Depot storage facilities will Inspect for suspect serial numbers IAW para 7.1. and submit Task/Inspection Compliance Report to Wholesale POC IAW para 5. 9. SPECIAL TOOLS AND FIXTURES REQUIRED - N/A. 10. SUPPLY/PARTS (REQUISITION/DISPOSITION) - 10.1. Parts required to replace serial numbered parts - ..Nomenclature PN / NSN Qty Cost Ea. Total $ ..Pitch Housing 3 ea $5825.00 $17,475.00 145R2075-16 / 3040-01-407-7298 or Aft Rotor Head 1 ea $276,623.00 $276,623.00 145R2004-20 / 1615-01-391-4399 ..Aft Rotor Shaft 1 ea $111,007.00 $111,007.00 145D3300-3 / 1680-01-119-3361 145D3300-5 / 1680-01-307-4844 145D3300-6 / 1680-01-320-1191 10.2. Parts Required for Group A and B Aircraft - ..Nomenclature PN / NSN Qty Cost Ea. Total $ Aft Fixed Link 1 ea $6,312.00 $6,312.00 414C3056-3 / 1615-01-117-1135 ..Aft Pitch Link Upper Bolt 3 ea $382.18 $1146.54 114R3650-13 / 5306-00-003-1152 114R3650-16 / 5306-01-301-7793 ..Aft Pitch Link Lower Bolt 3 ea $373.42 $1120.26 114R3650-15 / 5306-00-003-1149 114R3650-17 / 5306-01-301-7794 Aft Trim Act Plain Rod End Brg 1 ea $194.00 $194.00 114CS123-1 / 3120-00-110-8542 10.3. Additional Parts Required for Group B aircraft - ..Nomenclature PN / NSN Qty Cost Ea. Total $ ..Aft Pvtg Actr to Spt Ftg Bolt 2 ea $36.58 $73.16 BACB30ST8-31 / 5306-00-008-5025 Aft Pvtg Actr to Spt Ftg Bolt 1 ea $61.45 $61.45 BACB30ST8-35 / 5306-00-008-5027 ..Aft Fxd Lnk to Sta Swshplt Bolt 1 ea $119.59 $119.59 114R3650-7 / 1615-00-003-1156 10.4. Total cost per aircraft - ..Total Cost if all parts are replaced - $395,109.22 ..*Total cost per aircraft will vary dependent upon number of ..parts requiring replacement. 10.5. Bulk and consumable materials - ..Nomenclature PN NSN ..Sealing Compound 730RTV 8030-00-251-2312 ..Assembly Fluid, AFS TURBO 10 9150-00-159-5012 ..Lockwire MS20995NC20 9525-00-618-0257 ..Lockwire MS20995N32 9525-00-355-6072 ..Lockwire MS20994N40 9525-00-990-7799 ..Oil, Lubricating MIL-PRF-7808 9150-00-782-2627 ..Cloths A-A-2522 7920-00-205-1711 ..Methyl-Ethyl-Ketone ASTM D 740 6810-00-281-2785 ..Primer, No. 1200 RTV 8040-00-845-4304 ..Sealing Compound ASTM D5363 8030-01-055-6126 ..Primer, Grade T MIL S-473 NA. ..Adhesive, MMM-A-132 8040-00-200-4390 ..Solvent MIL-PRF-680 6850-01-474-2309 6850-01-474-2302 ..Adhesive, RTV730 8040-00-867-5804 ..Grease MIL-PRF-81322 9150-00-944-8953 ..Antisieze Compound, MIL-PRF-83483 8030-00-087-8630 ..Naphtha TT-N-95 6810-00-238-8117 ..Epoxy Primer MIL-P-85582 8010-01-218-0856 ..Oil, Lubricating, Helicopter DOD-L-85734 9150-01-209-2684 ..Barrier Material, Water Proof MIL-PRF-131 8135-00-282-0565 ..Tape Masking L-T-100 7510-00-721-9756 ..Cloth, Cleaning CCC-C-46A 8305-00-753-2967 ..Dry Cleaning Solvent P-D-680 6850-00-285-8011 ..Gloves, Chemical and Oil Prot MIL-G-87066 8415-01-147-6263 .Gloves, Kevlar MIL-M-11199 8415-01-092-0039 ..Gloves, Anticontact MIL-G-10902 8415-00-227-1220 10.6. Requisitioning instructions - 10.6.1 Requisition replacement parts using normal supply procedures. Aft Rotor Head Pitch Housings will be supplemental addressed to your servicing OLR. Rotor Heads will be removed before suspense and provided to OLR for Pitch Housing replacement. All requisitions shall use Project Code (CC 57-59) "X2W" (X-Ray-02-Whiskey). NOTE ....Project Code "X2W" is required to track and establish ....a data base of stock fund expenditures incurred by ....the field as a result of message actions. 10.7. Disposition of discrepant parts/components - Unit will submit the serial number of the part and aircraft serial number to the Log POC in para 13.2. All component/parts removed, other than Aft Vertical Shaft with Part Number 145D3300-6 and Aft Rotor Pitch Housings with Part Number 145R2075-16, shall be demilitarized IAW TM 1-1500-328-23 and disposed of using normal procedures to DRMO. Aft Vertical Shafts and Aft Rotor Pitch Housing shall be red tagged as Condemned and shipped to the OLR San Angelo, Texas POC in para 13.7 for storage. OLR San Angelo, Texas will record serial numbers, notify the Log POC in Para 13 of serial numbers received on a monthly basis, store the received parts, and await additional instructions from the Log POC. 10.8. Disposition of hazardous material - IAW Environmental Protection Agency directives as implemented by your servicing environmental coordinator (AR 200-1). 11. MAINTENANCE APPLICATION - 11.1. Categories of maintenance - AVUM and Depot. 11.2. Estimated time required - 11.2.1. Time to complete inspection - total of 2 man-hours using 1 person with 0 hours downtime per end item. .... NOTE ....The time stated below does not include time for ....Maintenance Operational Checks, Maintenance Test ....Flights, or Flight Crew briefings. .... 11.2.2. Time to complete each part replacement - ..1 Aft Fixed Link Assembly - 3 hours X 3 men = 9 man hours ..1 Aft Rotor Head - 16 hours X 3 men = 48 man hours ..1 Aft Rotor Shaft - 6 hours X 3 men = 18 man hours ..3 Aft Pitch Link Upper Bolt - 1 hour X 1 man = 1 man hour ..3 Aft Pitch Link Lower Bolt - 1 hour X 1 man = 1 man hour 1 Aft Trim Act Plain Rod End Brg - 1 hour X 1 man = 1 man hour ..3 Aft Pvtg Actr to Spt Ftg Bolt - 1 hour X 1 man = 1 man hour ..1 Aft Fxd Lnk to Sta Swshp Bolt - 1 hour X 1 man = 1 man hour 11.2.3. Maximum Time required if all parts are replaced - 80 hours per end item 12. PUBLICATION REQUIREMENTS - 12.1. References - 12.1.1. AR 95-1. 12.1.2. AR 200-1. 12.1.3. DA Pam 738-751. 12.1.4. TM 55-1520-240-23 and 23P. 12.1.5. DMWR 55-1615-296. 12.1.6. TM 1-1500-328-23 /DOD 4160.21-M-1. 12.2. Publication Changes - N/A. 13. POINTS OF CONTACT - 13.1. Technical POCs are - 13.1.1. Primary - Mr. Neil Sutherland, AMSRD-AMR-AE-C, DSN 645- 0696 Or (256) 955-0696, Fax is (256) 313-4726. E-Mail is "firstname.lastname@example.org". 13.1.2. Alternate - Mr. Tim Rickmeyer, AMSRD-AMR-AE-C, DSN 897- 8040, or (256) 313-8040. Fax is 256-313-4726. Email is "email@example.com". 13.2. Logistical POCs are - 13.2.1. Primary - Mr. Bill Olson, SFAE-AV-CH-CS, DSN 897-0721 or (256) 313-0721. Fax is 897-4726 or (256) 313-4726. Email is "firstname.lastname@example.org". 13.2.2. Alternate - Mr. Norm Huston, SFAE-AV-CH-CS, DSN 897- 0752 or (256) 313-0752. Fax is 897-4348 or (256) 313-4348. Email is "email@example.com". 13.3. Wholesale Materiel POCs are - 13.3.1. Primary - Mr. Phil Batey, AMSAM-MMC-AV-CA, DSN 897-3369 or (256) 313-3369. Fax is DSN 897-4726. Email is "firstname.lastname@example.org". 13.3.2. Alternate - Mr. Alan McCandless, AMSAM-MMC-AV-CA, DSN 645-6706 or (256) 955-6706. Fax is DSN 897-4726. Email is "email@example.com". 13.4. Forms and Records POC is Ms. Ann Waldeck, AMSAM-MMC-MA- NM, DSN 746-5564 or (256) 876-5564. Fax is DSN 746-4904 or (256) 876-4904. Email is "firstname.lastname@example.org". 13.5. Safety POCs are - 13.5.1. Primary - Mr. Frank Rosebery (SAIC), AMSAM-SF-A, DSN 788-8631 or (256) 842-8631. Fax is DSN 897-2111 or (256) 313- 2111. Email is "email@example.com". 13.5.2. Alternate - Mr. Russell Peusch, AMSAM-SF-A, DSN 788- 8631 or (256) 842-8632. Fax is DSN 897-2111 or (256) 313-2111. Email is "firstname.lastname@example.org". 13.6. Foreign Military Sales POC is Mr. Ronnie W. Sammons, AMSAM-SA-AS-UT, DSN 897-0875 or (256) 313-0875. Fax is DSN 897- 0411 or (256) 313-0411. Email is "email@example.com". 13.7. AMCOM Project OLR POC is Mr. Matthew Clark, Building 8154 Hangar Road, San Angelo, Texas 76904, (325) 944-9491. 13.8. After hours, contact the AMCOM Operations Center (AOC) DSN 897-2066/7 or (256) 313-2066/7. .... NOTE ....A listing of published safety messages can be viewed at ...."https://ams14.redstone.army.mil/safety/sof/index.html". ....This is a secured website which requires an Army Knowledge ....Online (AKO) ("www.us.army.mil") ID and password. ....