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Old 13th Jan 2019, 20:07
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Good Evening,

Can someone provide me copies of these missing standards:-

Def Stan 05-123 parts 0 to 6
AP101A- 0001-1 Wirelocking standards and practices
AP119A-0101-1 Introduction to non-destructive testing
AP119A-0102-1 Non-destructive testing: Visual inspection
AP119A-0103-1 Non-destructive testing - Penetrants Circa 1966 {cg}
AP119A-0104-1 Non-destructive testing - Magnetic particle flaw detection November 1966
AP119A-0105-1 Non-destructive testing - Radiography March 1966
AP119A-0106-1 Non-destructive testing - Ultrasonic flaw detection February 1967
AP119A-0107-1 Non-destructive testing - Eddy-current flaw detection February 1967
AP119A-0102-D1 Aids to Visual Inspection

Your assistance is appreciated.
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That's quite a list. May we know the purpose?
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I've got a pdf version of Def Stan 05-123 Issue 1 (amended to AL64). I think that was the final standard before they raised it to issue 2. If you PM me an email address, I'll send it to you.

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Originally Posted by oshvis98 View Post
Good Evening,

Can someone provide me copies of these missing standards:-

Def Stan 05-123 parts 0 to 6
AP101A- 0001-1 Wirelocking standards and practices
AP119A-0101-1 Introduction to non-destructive testing
AP119A-0102-1 Non-destructive testing: Visual inspection
AP119A-0103-1 Non-destructive testing - Penetrants Circa 1966 {cg}
AP119A-0104-1 Non-destructive testing - Magnetic particle flaw detection November 1966
AP119A-0105-1 Non-destructive testing - Radiography March 1966
AP119A-0106-1 Non-destructive testing - Ultrasonic flaw detection February 1967
AP119A-0107-1 Non-destructive testing - Eddy-current flaw detection February 1967
AP119A-0102-D1 Aids to Visual Inspection

Your assistance is appreciated.
https://standards.globalspec.com/std...-05-123-part-1
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If it helps, I have my copy of Air Registration Board CAIP Leaflet AL/7-13 Iss.2, 1 Feb 1968. It's a basic overview compared to the APs, but is what MoD staff were examined against.
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If you want the original Def Stan 05-123 you would probably be better off looking at EASA Parts 145 and M as thats what the Def Stan was derived from (and quite poorly too) The Def Stan had huge gaps in it.


My apologies! - I was thinking of 05-130 MAOS instead of DAOS regs...of which I find that I have volumes 0-6 up to October 2007. If you need them PM me your email address.

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Originally Posted by EAP86 View Post
I've got a pdf version of Def Stan 05-123 Issue 1 (amended to AL64). I think that was the final standard before they raised it to issue 2. If you PM me an email address, I'll send it to you.

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If you want the original Def Stan 05-123 you would probably be better off looking at EASA Parts 145 and M as thats what the Def Stan was derived from (and quite poorly too) The Def Stan had huge gaps in it.


My apologies! - I was thinking of 05-130 MAOS instead of DAOS regs...of which I find that I have volumes 0-6 up to October 2007. If you need them PM me your email address.
Thanks, i would be most intrested to have a look at this, i will pm my address

Anyone else had the problem with the pm inbox being full with only 1 message!?

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oshvis98, copy of Def Stan sent. In general terms you can find copies of current and expired Def Stans at D Stan's website here:

D Stan login

You have to create an account but it used to be straightforward and not limited to official users. While the site claims to have copies of expired standards, it isn't comprehensive by any means. Some Def Stans were missing even though called up in extant contracts. Not sure if its still the case but the account could also be used to access other MoD public access websites under the Defence Gateway label.

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I am already a Gateway member, I try to keep my list of up to date DEF STANS in check,
Its usally when I have some old drawing from the 60s or 70s that quotes some old extant doc which isnt on their site?
We still have drawings quoting DEF STAN 03-24 for Chromic Anodise, even though the latest spec is some SAE document,

Does anyone have a copy of AP101A-001-1 Wirelocking ?
Can find this anywhere.
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Anyone got a copy of the AP101A-001-1 Wirelocking spec? Your assistance is appreciated.
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Originally Posted by oshvis98 View Post
Good Evening,

Can someone provide me copies of these missing standards:-

Def Stan 05-123 parts 0 to 6
AP101A- 0001-1 Wirelocking standards and practices
AP119A-0101-1 Introduction to non-destructive testing
AP119A-0102-1 Non-destructive testing: Visual inspection
AP119A-0103-1 Non-destructive testing - Penetrants Circa 1966 {cg}
AP119A-0104-1 Non-destructive testing - Magnetic particle flaw detection November 1966
AP119A-0105-1 Non-destructive testing - Radiography March 1966
AP119A-0106-1 Non-destructive testing - Ultrasonic flaw detection February 1967
AP119A-0107-1 Non-destructive testing - Eddy-current flaw detection February 1967
AP119A-0102-D1 Aids to Visual Inspection

Your assistance is appreciated.
You have still to answer the question: why on earth do you need these?
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Anyone got a copy of the AP101A-001-1 Wirelocking spec? Your assistance is appreciated.
You need to come clean here. Are you by any chance involved in the Leicester City helicopter accident inquiry?
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You need to come clean here. Are you by any chance involved in the Leicester City helicopter accident inquiry?
No,

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You know, you could just try an early night, a couple of sleeping pills and a cup of warm Ovaltine...
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You know, you could just try an early night, a couple of sleeping pills and a cup of warm Ovaltine...
With those APs you won't need any sleeping pills, just a comfy bed.
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Anyone got a copy of the AP101A-001-1 Wirelocking spec?
http://rgl.faa.gov/Regulatory_and_Gu...apter%2007.pdf

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