Re: Error Message Formats

Subject: Re: Error Message Formats
From: "Doug, Data Librarian at Ext 4225" <engstromdd -at- PHIBRED -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 1995 07:31:14 -0500

Ron Lippincott wrote:

Doug Engstrom mentioned Minuteman III ICBM manuals as the source of the
best troubleshooting tables he'd ever seen.

Another set of Air Force manuals that use similar troubleshooting tables
are for avionics components of the Lockheed C-5 Galaxy. As the C-5 is
a transport aircraft, the troubleshooting manuals are unclassified. It
might be slightly easier to get a peek at one of those books.

The manual I'm thinking of is (somewhat surprisingly) unclassifed, dealing
mostly with communications and environmental doohickies (that's a technical
term) in the control capsule, rather than the actual business end of the
missile itself.

Just thought I'd clarify...


Doug "Multiply Life by the power of Two."
ENGSTROMDD -at- phibred -dot- com
--The Indigo Girls

The preceding opinions and positions are mine alone, and are only
coincidentally related to those of Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc.

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