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signage must be consistent with an Air Base signage master plan.
If a master plan does not exist, the D-B Contractor shall prepare
a signage layout in conformance with Section 9.5 of UFC 3-535-01
and submit the layout with the first design submittal. All
signage and markers shall be illuminated. Lighted signage and
markers may be connected to the appropriate edge light series
circuit for both power and control.
Inspection and Testing
Checklists and Manuals
At the completion of visual NAVAID installation, the
Contractor's Designer of Record (DOR) or Quality Control
Representative (QCR) shall submit the completed applicable
checklists included in UFC 3-535-01, Chapter 14. The DOR
and QCR shall certify that the checklists were completed
Contractor shall also submit six (6) copies of operation
and maintenance (O&M) manuals furnished by the equipment
manufacturers for all visual NAVAIDS.
Upon submission of the checklists and O&M manuals, the
Contractor shall aim and adjust the equipment as necessary
procedures contained in the O&M manuals. The Contractor
shall demonstrate, by operational test, that the entire
system will operate satisfactorily on remote and local
control. The Contractor shall include Air Base personnel
during the shakedown testing to exercise and test the
system in an operational environment to determine if the
system is ready for full operation.
After the shakedown testing is completed, the Government
before accepting, or placing in operation, the ALSF-1,
ALSF-2, MALSR, or PAPI. The Contractor shall cooperate and
assist the Government during the flight inspection. Any
deficiencies found in the visual NAVAIDS system shall be
corrected by the Contractor immediately so a re-check can
The Contractor shall provide electronic NAVAIDS consisting of
]. The electronic NAVAIDS shall be in
conformance with the requirements detailed in the Government-
furnished Design Analysis.
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