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TECHNICtd.

,MANUAL

lTHIS PUBLICATION REPl'=_8Cf-S T.O. 1-1-4 (FORMERLY T.O. 1-1-636) DATED


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T,O, 1-1-4 Table of Contents

TABLE Of CONTHHS

Section Page Section Page

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS ••••••••• , ••• ii 3-�9 Escape Panels - External


Markings ..· ••.••.••••••• 3-9
LIST OF TABLES , , , ••••••••••••••• iii 3-50 Markings for Emergency Entry
or Exit •••••••••••.••• 3-9
I GENERAL • • . • • • . . • • • • • • . • . • . 1-1 3-51 Special Markings for Normal/
Emergency E;.,.1ernal Canopy
1-1 Purpose . . . . . . c • • • • • • • • • 1-1 Release Accesses on- Jet
1-3 General Instructions •••••••• 1-1 Aircraft ••••••.•••.•.• 3-10
1-5 Major Air Command Regulations. 1-1 3-53 Identification of Jettisonable
1-10. Estabilishing Requirements for Aircraft Components ; ••••• 3-10
Insignia and Markings ••••• 1-1 3-54 Marking of Emergency Lighting
1-12 Requisitioning Procedure ••••• 1-1 Systems - Cargo and Trans­
1-17 Applicable Aircrait Manual port Type Aircraft ••••••. 3-11
Reference . . . • . . . . . . • • . 1-2 3-58 Decalcomanias •••••••••••• 3-11
3-60 Fede_ral Standards and AMA
II STANDARD EXTERIOR FINISHES FOR Bulletin for Colors ••••••• 3-11
USAF AIRCRAFT AND MISSILES , • ,• 2-1 3-61 Markings for Air Attache
Aircraft . . . . . . . • . . . . . . 3-12
2-1 Metal Exterior Finishes •••••• 2-1 3-62 Markings for Drone Aircraft ••• 3-12
2-5 Protective Finishes for Surfaces 3-63 Markings for Search and Rescue
Exposed to High Temperaures 2-1 Aircraft . • . • • • • . . . . . . . 3-12
2-15 Identification Marking of Applied 3-69 Special Trainer Martdngs • , ••• 3-12
Finishes on Aircraft and 3-70 Instrument Trainer Markings •• 3-12
Missiles •••••••••••••• · 2-2 3-71 ATC Aircraft ••••••••••••• 3-12
3-72 Tow Target Aircraft , ••••••• 3-13
ill STANDARD INSIGNIA AND SPECIAL 3-73 Fighter Aircraft (Flexible
PURPOSE MARKINGS FOR USAF AIR­ Gunnery Training) ••••••• 3-13
CRAFT AND MISSILES •••••••••••
· 3-1 3-74 Helicopters, Pilot Traning •••• 3-13
3-75 Air National Guard Aircraft ••• 3-13
3-1 USAF Standard Identification 3-76 Distinctive Markings for Aircraft 3-13
Markings . . . • . • • • . . . . . 3-1 3-77 Markings for USAF Aircraft
3-3 National Star Insignia •••••••• 3-1 Supplied Under MAP •• , ••• 3-13
3-7 Location of National Star Insignia 3-1 3-78 Aircraft and Missiles Marking
3-10 Aircraft Fuselage or_ Hull Specifications and
Insignia • ••••••••••••• 3-2 Illustrations • . . . . . . . . . .
3-13 Missile Fuselage Insignia ••••• 3-2
3-15 Helicopter and Convertiplane ••• 3-2 IV ·AIRCRAFT AND MISSILE SERVICE
3-16 General Specification for USAF POINT IDENTIFICATION SYMBOLS
Standard Identification Mark­ AND 1-AARKINGS •••• , , • , , , , , • , • 4-1
ings for Aircraft and Missiles 3-3
3-25 Aircraft Identification Number •• 3-4 4-1 General . . . . . . . . • . • • . . . . . 4-1
3-26 Missile Identification Number •• 3-5 4-10 Filling Symbols ••• , , , ••• ,•• 4-1
3-29 Aircraft Serial Number •••••• 3-5 4-11 Ground Handling Symbols •• , •• 4-2
3-32 Missile Serial Number ••••••• 3-5 4-12 Safety Markings ••••••••••• 4-3
3-34 Special Purpose Markings ••••• 3-6 4-14 Precautionary or Warning
3-36 Organizational Emblems, MarlciJlgs . . • • • • • . . . . . . 4-3
Insignia and Markings ••••• 3-6 4-16 Fuel Nozzle Grounding ••••••• 4-3
3-42 Radio Call Numbers ••••••••• 3-6 4-18 Storage Batteries •••••••••• 4-3
3-43 Propeller Markings ••••••••• 3-7 4-30 Ejection Seats ••••••••••••• •1-3
3-44 Helicopter Rotor Blade Markings 3-7 4-22 Identification of Ballistic Hose
3-46 Propeller Warning Stripes and or Tubing Assemblies ••••• ,;_3
Signs (Ext;irior) ••••••••• 3-8 4-24 Canopy Removers ••• ••••••• · 4-3
3-47 Exit Warning Stripes and Signs•• 3-8 4-26 Markings for Electrical
3,48 Escape Panels - Internal Connections . . • • . . . • . . . . 4-3
Markings • . . . • • • . • . • • • . 3-9 4-28 Markings for Tank Areas 4-4
Table of Contents T.O. 1-1-4
List of Illustrations

IABTE 0t C0HIIHTS (Cont]

Sectlon Page Section Page

IDENTIFICATION OF PIPE, HOSE 6-2 Conspiculty Dlarking Require-


AND TUBE LINES FOR AIRCRAFT ments.......... . 6-1
MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES . 5-1 6-3 Arctic Markiag Requlrements . . 6-1
6-5 Material Requirements for Con-
5-1 General .r..... 5-1 spicuity and Arctic Markings . 6-1
5-3 General Classitlcation of Ltnes . 5-1 6-6 Application of Fluorescent FiIn,
5-5 Method Used for Identificatlon . . 5-1 SpecificationMIL-F-22735.. 6-1
5-6 Miscellaneous Lines ... . . . . . . 5-4 6-15 Mission Requi.rements . . 6-4

CONSPICUTY AND ARCTIC MA.RKING PAINTING AND I\{ARKING


USAF AIRCRAFT .. ;......... 6-1 MATERIALS . 7-L
6-1 Purpose..... ....... 6-1 7-l General 7-L

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N.mber Ti[e Page Number Title Page

3-1 }iatlonal Star Insigni& . r . . . . . . . . . 3-15 3-31 F-86 Alrcraft Marldng Speciflcation . 3-69
3-2 National Star Insignia on Swept Wings 3- 16 3-32 F-89 Aircraft IvlarkJng Specitication . 3-71
3-3 Form o[ Letters and Nrmeralg o . . . 3- 17 3-33 F-l00AircraftIr{artdngSpeclfication. 3-73
3-4 Helicopter TaiI Boom MarLCngs . . . . 3- 18 3-34 F-l0l Aircraft Marking Specificatlon. 3-75
3-5 Emergency Instruction Dlarkings . . . 3- 18 3-35 F-102Aircraft Marking Speclfication . Z-ll
3-6 Emergency EntryMarkfugs .. . ... . 3- 19 3-36 F-104 Alrcrait Marking Specitlcatlon . 3-79
3-7 B-26 Aircraft Markiag Speclficatson . 3-21 3-3'I F-105 Aircraft MarkJng Speclfication. 3-81
3-8 B-47 Aircratt Marking Speclticatton . 3-23 3-38 F-106 AircraJt Marking Specification. 3-q3
3-9 B-50 Alrcra.it Marking Speclficatlon . 3-25 3-39 H-1 Aircraft Marking Specification . , 3-85
ij-10 B-52 Aircraft Marking Specification . 3-27 3-40 E-3 Aircraft L{arlrlng Specification . . 3-87
3-11 B-5'/ Aircraft lt(arkirrg Specitication . 3-29 3-41 H-19 Alrcraft Marking Specification . 3-89
3-12 B-58 Aircralt L{arking Specl[ication . 3-3 I 3-42 H-21 Aircratt Marking Speciflcation . 3-91
3-13 8-66 Aircrait Marking Speclfication . 3-33 3-43 ltr-43 Alrcraft Marking Specification . 3-93
3-14 C-A'i/C-tL7 Aircraft ilIafking 3-44 T-28 Aircraft Marlcng Speciflcation . 3-95
Specificatlon . . ... . .. 3-35 3-45 T-33 Aircraft Markiag Specificatlon . 3-97
3-15 C-54 Alrcraft Marking Specl[icatlon . 3-3? 3-46 T-37 Aircritt Marking Specification . . 3-99
3-16 C-9? Aircraft Marking SpeclflcaH.on . 3-39 3-47 T-38 Aircraft &{arkirg Speclfication . 3-101
3-17 C-118 Alrcraft lvlarking Speclfication. 3-41 3-48 T-39 Aircraft L(arking Speciflcation... 3-103
3-18 C-119 Aircraft MarkingSpecification. 3-43 3-49 U-3A Aircraft L,!.rrking Specificatlon . 3-105
3-19 C-121Aircraft Marking SpeciiicaEon. 3-45 3-50'' U-3B Alrcraft L,Iarldag Speclflcation . 3-107
3-20 l,-t23 Alrcraft Idarking Specificatlon. 3-47 3-5f U-4 Aircraft !(arHng Speciilcation . . 3-109
3-2t C-124 Aircraft l.larking Spectfication . 3-49 3-52 U-6 Aircraft l,Iuling Speclticalion . . 3-111
3-22 C - 130 Aircraft Marldng Specilication . 3- 51 3-53 U-10 Aircrafr Mariing Speclfication . 3-113
3-23 C-i3l/T-29 Aircraft Marldng 3-54 U-16 Aircraft Maridng Specificatlon . 3-115
Specitlcation ... ....;.. 3-53 3-55 Location o[ ]Iissile Marldngs
3-24 C- 133 Aircraft ivlarking Speciflcalion. 3-55 ADM-?oA . 3-116'
3-?5 C- 135 Aircratt ldarking Specificati:on . 3- 5? 3-56 Location oI'hlissile MarHngs
3-26 C-140Alrcraft tr,Iarking Spocitication. 3- 59 AC'IvI-:I8A . 3-116
3-27 C-141A$craft L{arking Speclticatron . 3-61 3-57 Location cf tillesilc MarkJngs
3-28 F-4 Alrcraft MarLlng Specification . . 3-63 ArM-4.q., AIl,t-4C ....t . 3-11?
3-29 F-5 Alrcralt Ivlarking Specillcatlon . . 3- 65 3-58 Locaton ot irfleslLr.r Marklngs
3-30 F/RF-S4 Aircraft }Iarldng AIM-48, AII',I-4F . 3-117
Specificatlon . ...... o...... 3-67 3-59 Loca.tlon of !,l.issile Marlrlrgg
AIM-98 .......... 3-119

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T.O. 1-1-4 List of Illustrations
List of Tables

tlST 0F lttl.iSIRAIl0HS {Conr}

Number TitIe Page Number Ti[e Page

3-60 Location of Missile Markings 5-1 Examples of Identification Groups . . . 5-5


CIM-1oA. 3-118 5-2 Color Coded Funclional Identification
3-61 Location of Missile Markings Tapes 5-6
BQM-34A 3- 119 5-3 Warning Symbol 5-?
3-62 Location o[ Missile Markings 5-4 Example of Electrical Identification . 5-8
PGM-16D 3-t20 Self-Locking Tag for Airborne
3-63 Location of Missile Markii'tgs Lines . 5-8
- HGM-2sA . .. 3- 121 5-6 SeIf-Locking Tag Installation
3-64 Location ot Missile Markiags Details ...:.... 5-9
PGM-17A 3-L22 6-1 Application Technique for
3-65 Location of Missile Markings Fluorescent Film . 6-3
MGM-1C, MC'IvI-13A 3- 123

[I5T OT TABLES

Number Title Page Number Title Page

3-1 Aircraft Identitication Numbers . . . . 3-4 5-2 Hazards Associated WitI


5-1 Functions and Associated Various Contents . . 5-3
Syrnbols 5-2

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T.O. 1-1-4 Scclion I
Paragraphs 1-1 to 1-14

sEcTt0H I

GEHERAt,

1-1. PURPOSE. 1-8. Each major air comruand shall coordinate its
proposed regulations or other directir;es relati.,,e t.;
l-2, These instructions provide a uniform system exterior finishes, distinguishing i.nsignia and special
of applying and maintaining siandard exterior fin- purpose markings with BIOAMA, Attrr: I,,{OI\KSC,
ishes, distinguishing insignia and special purpose prior to release for publication and clistributicn,
markings on aII USAF aircrafi and missiles.
1-9. Each rnajor air command shail furnish Head-
NOTE quarters AFLC, Attn: &{CMTA, published copies cf
Paint or other markings shall not be ap- its insignia and marking regulations. Each major a.ir
plied to the external surface of missiles command shall also {urnish such re6iulations to tirr
vhen the application of such interferes vith applicable prime aircraft or missile AIvIA refiected
the launching, operation or aerodynamic in T.O. 00-25-115.
characteristics of ttre missiles

1.3. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS.


1.10. ESTABLISHING REQUIREMENTS T'OR INSIG-
L-4. Using organizations of USAF aircraJt and mis- NIA AND MARKINGS.
siles are responsible for the maintenance and applica-
tion of exterior finishes, distinguishing insignia and 1-11. Additional insignia and markings proposed for
special purpose markings reflected herein. This in-service aircraft or missiles not inciudecl in this
responsibility encompasses the repainting of exterior technical order shall be coordinated with MOAI/IA
finishes, replacement of illegible and special purpose prior to approval by the procuring activity. This
markings and the application of omitted insignia and provision applies to existing insignia anci marl:ings
markings as specified herein. for new aircraJt or missiles not included herein.
The following information shall be submitted for
NOTE coordination:
Marking requirements as contained herein
. are also contained in Specification MIL- Purpose.
M-25047. . ":
b. Furnish MOAMA (MONKSC) with iwo sets
1-5. MAJOR AIR COMMAND REGULATIONS. of exterior marking drawings showfurg marking loca-
tions on aircralt or rnissiles by station number and
1-6. Exterior finishes, distinguishing insignia and water line (VL) reference points, dimensions anci
special. purpose markings for aircraJt and missiles color scheme.
of major air commands and activities subordinate
thereto shall be reflected in pertinent major air 1-12. REQUISITIONING PROCEDURE.
command regulations. Additional insignia and mark-
ings, as well as major changes to existing insignia 1-13. Markings required on Air Force equipment
and markings,'shall be reflected in such regulations listed in technical orderg under Illustrated parts
either by amendments or inclosures thereto. Breakdown will be requi.sitioned on Air Force Fcr::r
124A in accordance with AFR 6-4 fr.om tlre appro-
1-7. Only insignia and markings identified in per- priate AMA or Air Force Depot indicated in t.O.
tinent major air command regulations or those 00-25-115.
reflected in this technical order are authorized for
use on USAF aircrajt and missi,les.
1-14. Broad Application Markings (listed below) will
be manufactured, stored and issued by SM3J.IA,
Deviations rrom tg*:r. markings are PDO. Use Alr lorce Form 124A for requisitioning.
authorized for aircraft assigned to 1254th
Air-.Transport Wing (Special Missions), a. Natlonal Star Insignia.
MATS. Marking of these aircraJt will be
as approved by HeaCquariers USAF. b. USAF Marking.

1-1
Section I T.O. 1-1-4
Paragraphs 1-15 to 1-19

c. U.S. ALrt FORCE Marking. for such markings and their location and for the use
of non-stanciard or non-specification finishing ma-
d. Aircraft Serial Numbers. terials vill be incluCed in the applicable aircratt/
missile publication.
e. Aircraft IdentiJication Numbers.
1-19. Additional instructions and directives applicable
f . Radio Call Numbers. or allied to the application andmaintenanceof finishes
and markings of aircraJt and missiles arereflectedin
g. America-n FIag Markings. the following:

1-15. The folloving sizes are standard for American


FIag Itlarkings when applied on USAF aircraft: a. T.O. 00-110N-5, Radioactive Decals - Re-
moval from Aircraft Farts aad Equipment.
a. 19 x 36 inches.
b. T.O. 00-110-1, Decontamination (TM3-220).
b. 21 x 40 inches.
? c. T.O. C0-25-107, AFLC Maintenance Technl-
c. 25 x 48 inehes. cal Assistance to Air Force Field Activities.
d. 31.5 x 60 inches. d. T.O. 00-25-115, AFLC Maintenance Engirn-
eering Prlme AMA and AF Depot.
NOTE
American Flag Markings are authorized
for use on PresiCential, Air Attache and e. T.O. 00-25-116, Maintenance Responsibili-
MATS aircraft. (See MATS Service Manual ties of AFLC Organizations in Overseas Theaters.
MlI 66-4 for MATS aircraJt authorized
American Flag Markings). Instructions per- f . T.O. 1-1-1, Cleaning of Aeronautical Eqrrip-
taining to American Fiag Dlarkings for Air ment. t

Attache aircraJt also apply tootheraircraft


authorized use of Americal FIag Markings C. T. O. L-i -2, Corrosion C ontrol artd Treatrnent
(see paragraph 3-61). for Aircraft and }tissiles.
I

1-16. Non-standard Air Force marklngs such as h. T.O. 1-1-8, Application of Organic Coatings
conmand or squadron insignia will be locally pur- (Palnts and Allied Materials).
chased in accordance with Ar.R 6-4/AFLC Supplement
I and AFR 67-3. i. T.O. L-L-25, Inspectlon of Fabric Coyered
l Surfaces.
1.17. APPLICABIJ AIRCRAFT MANUAI, REFER.
ENCE. J . T.O. 1-1A-11, Engineering Eandbook Seriee
for Aircraft Repair - Fabrlc Repair and Doping.
1-18. The broad coverage of this technlcal order
wlll not allow the inclusion of marklnga which are k. T.O. 42A-l-L, Health Promotion of personnel .
peculiar to a specific aircraft/missile. Instructions Engaged in Doping and Painting.

L-2
'f.o. 1-1-4 iSection II
Paragraphs 2-l lo 2-12

sECTt0H il

SIAHDARS IXTERIO,,q FllllSllES F0R [JSfiF AIR(RAFT AI{D JIJIS$itES

2.1.. METAL EXTERIOR T'iNISIIES. minimum required area since the paint coloi con..
trasts vrith the surfaces oi the aircrait a:rd nrissile.
2-2. Exterior alclad skin surfaces of the aircraft Do nct appiy ihis finish over wash prirter or ,:hro-
and missile will usuatly requi.re additional surface rnate primer.
protection for corrosion prevention. Such surface
areas whiqh are subjected to ambient teurperatures 2-8. Therrual Resistant. Finish. All USAF :rii.ci-:ut
above 300oF, exhaust traiJ.s, gun and rccket blasts, which are progranirned to pa.rticipate in tneri::c -
acid spillage, salt rvater spray, synthetic lubricants, nuclear tests nonnally shall be protected r, t;l: a
and abrasive action effected during maintenance and thermal resistant finish. This finish systeri:r sha!.1
'operation of the aircraft and missile will require consist of ait epo].y resin primer, Specifica'iicrr
additional surface protection. Paint alone wili not Mil-C-2?316, and a polyurethane topcoating, Speci-
provide complete corrcsion prevention; regular fication MIL-C-2722?. Appiication instructiors a:'e
scheduled surface washing, cieaning and touch-up cf included in T.O. 1-1-4. Auiaorization for e.j:pi.iing
the aircraft and missile vrill rninimize the probability thermal res:'stant finishes wiII be obtained from the
of corrosion. Environmental operating conditions shall System Support ldanage (SSM).
be appraised when determining the extend of ex-
ternal surface protection required for aircraJt iurd 2-9. Anti-Glare Finishes. AircraJt surfaces rvhich
nrissiles. reflect an objectional glare to the pilots and crerv
shall be finished with a lrrsterless blar:l< or olive
2-3. Only exterior finishes which are specified in drab enamel or lacquer. Use Specification !!IL-E-
this technical order, or which are included in per- 5556 enamel or Specification MiL-L-19538 iacquer
tinent rnajor air comnaand regulations, will be applied for anti-glare purposes. Standardizationof these arcas
on USAF aircraft and miesiles. shall be maintained on each type of aircraft.

2-4. The standard exterior finish for ciad and non- 2-10. ecid-Proofing Finishes. Specia.l acid and alkali
.clad aluminum surfaces for aircraft and missiles is resisialt coating, Specir'ication tiIIL-C-?439, shali be
an aluminized acrylic nitrocellulose lacquer sysiem applied to areas such as battery compartmenis,bulfet
applied in accordance with T.O. 1-1-8. Thls system and lavatory areas susceptible io acid an'l aikali
consists of one coat of wash primer, Specification spillage. The areas to receive the coating siralL iJe
MIL-C-8514, one coat of lacquer pri.mer, Specification cleaned in accordance with T.O. 1-1-1. and the
MIL-P-7962, and two coats of alurninized acrylic ni- coating applied in accordance with ?.O. l-l-2.
trocellulose lacquer, Specification MIL-L-1953?. For
.magnesium surfaces the exterior finish isthesameas 2-11. Solar-Resistarrt Flnishes. Aircralt used as
above except that two coats of lacquer primer, Speci- personnel carriers may be painted white to reCiice
fication MIL-P-?962, arld three coats of acrylic the cabin temperatures. Ivlajor air command regr.rla-
lacquer, Specification MIL-L-19537, shall be applied. tions will include specific areas on aircraft withi.n
the command to be solar-resistant finishcri. The
2-5. PROTECTTVE FbIISHES FOR SURTACES lower bourdary of the v,'hite finish shall be pa.rr'llel
EXPOSED TO IIIGII TEIIPERATURES. to and border the uppermost point of the ::cr'.r of
windows. L[ an aircraft has more than one : ov oi
2-6. Surfaces which are exposecl to exhaust gases, windows, the lovrei boundary shallbe centeredbetveen
iorrosive fluids, gun and rocket blasts and acceler- the rows. Specilication MIL-E-7729 enamel or Speci-
ated environmental elements and areas known tc be fication D{IL-L-1953? lacquer may be used for i:rti.ai-
subject to corrosive attacks for rvirich ambient temper- resistant finishes. This finish shall be whi"te, colo:'
atures do not exceed 350oF shail be finished in ac- No. 17875. Application shall be in accor.<lance .;sith
cordance with paragraph 2-4. procedures contained in T.O. 1-1-8.

2-7. Surfaces exposed to ambient temperatures rang- 2-12. Fabric Exterior Finishes. AIl fabric aircralt
lng from &50oF to 500oF shall be finished rvith biack surfaces, such as control surfaces, shall be r,hr.r:i-
enamel, heat resistant, SpecUlcation MIL-E-555?. nized rth,cn re:covering is necessary or vhen nr;rjor
The extent of appiication shall be restricted to a fabrlc repairs are required. Fabric surface:*, ani

2-1
Section II T.O. 1-1-4
Paragraphs 2-13 to 2-17

each separately replaceable fabric section of a com- NOTE


bina.tion metal and fabric covered surface, shall be
When necessary, three or four blade metal.
dated in the following manner by service activities propellers may be lightly touched up be-
when they are re-covered or refinished:
tween overhauis while installed on the air-
a. When re-covered, the following markingsshall
craft. Care shall be exercised to apply
proportionate amourts of finish to each
bu" applied to the trailing edge: Performing base or Ltaae to maintain proper blade baiance.
ciepot's suppiy account number (F80000), nu:nber of
Where anti-glare finish can be applied to
coats or clear dope, coats oi pigmented dope, type aII blades of a propeller assembly in pro-
of rlope and date applied' Example: FB2049-CND4- portionate amounts, propeller balance need
APND2-5 Oct 64, or FB2049-CBD4-APBD2-5 Oct 64. not be accomplished. This is not to be
This clenotes Sacramento Air MaterieL Area applied interpreted as authorization for deletion
four coats of clear nitrate (or butyrate) dope followed of propeller blacie balance at overhaul or
by two coats of aluminum pigmented nitrate (or at any other time when balance is normally
butyrate) dope on the 5th of Octobe: 1964. required.
b. When refinishing, the activity accomplishing 2-15. IDENTIFICATION MARKING OF APPLIED
the lvork shall apply the marking to the trailing edge FINISHES ON AIRCRAFT AND MISSILES.
, iollows: Reinstall the original code marking in-
sralied by the activity re-covering the acticle and 2-16. External Finish Identification. Finish coating
acld a marking showing the number of coats of re- applied to external surfaces of aircraJt and missiles
juvenating dope (if used), followed by the number
shall be identified by marking with descriptive sten-
of coats of pigmented dope; type of dope and date cils or decals. Identify coating applied separately
applieci. Example: F82049-CNry1-APND2-5 Oct 64 - to external surfaces such as the wing (or sections
F82596-RliDl-APND2-10 feb 65. This indicates that thereof of painted-in sections), the fuselage, fixed
Sacramento Air lvlateriel Area re-covered and applied and movable control surfaces, Ianding gear, or engine
finish as outlined above, follovred by rejuvenating and cowling by marking within the area coated. When
two coats of aluminum pigmented nitrate dope applied exleriors of aircraft or missiles are painted as a
by SeUridge Air Force Ba.ge the 10th of February whole with the same coating sYstem throughout there
1965. The letters "N" and "E}" vrill indicate the is no requirement to separately identify painted sec-
type oI dope used (nitrate or butyrate). The code tions. Identify coating types in letters not less than
numbers of the activity accomplishing reiuvenation L/2 Loch in height (for optimum Ietter sizes, see
or redoping represent the AF supply account number. paragraph 3-31) in a color contrasting to the base
Part II, Volume I of USAF Supply Manual 67-1 pro- coating.
vides a listing of activities andtheiraccountnumbers.
NOTE
2-13. Exterior fabric parts shall be doped in ac-
cordance with proceclures outlined in T.O. 1-1A-11. Inspection plates, access doors andsimilar
small areas painted with the same coatings
' 1.4. Finishes lor Prop,ellers. OnIy tusterless black as adjacent areas need noi be separately
. -rsh wiII be applied to propellers for anti-glare identified.
purposes or for corrosion resistance. To protect
against corrosion, repaired hollow steel blades from 2-1?. Location of Finish ldentificationMarking. Coat-
vrhich any of the protective plating has been removed ing identification markings for aircraJt or missiles
shali be painted as outlined in the following instruc- *hiah o"" painted as a whole, using the same coating
tions. Lusterless Black, Color No. 3?038, wiil be throughout on exterior surfaces, shall have the mark-
arplied by spraying the hub and each propelier blade ing located on the right urider suriace of the hori-
while it is in a horizontal position, and rctainiirg zont*i stabilizer when possible" On aircraft or mis-
the propeller ia this position until the paint naterials siles whose configuration makes this inrpracticable
have set. Over one light coatofzinc chromate primer, or impossible, place identilication markings on an aJt
Specifieation MIL-P-?962, apply one light coat of portion comparable in ioeation and visibility' Mark-
lac guctr, Specificafinon IvIIL -L- 19 53 8, Cclor No. 3 703 8' ings for separately painted areas shall be located
The finish sha[ dxtend to wit]rin four or si:' inches witirin the painted area and when possible ina position
oI the propetler tip, as applicable. The propeller discernible frorrr ground Ievel.
shall be checked for balance. Exerciee care to mask NOTE
off any angular graduation markings on the propeller
hub or blaCes. The space between the btade shank Coating identiiication markings shall not
anci barrel shall be masked ofI to prevent paint from be applied over thermally reflective coat-
contacting the seals. ings of the polYurethane sYstem.

2-2
T.O. l_L_4 Section
paragraph 2-lB
II

2-18. Informational Requirements in Finish lclentifi-


cation Markings. Finish identification marking may
No. 2 - F82019,/31 Jun 64I1-RTE,-HIDE/Z-
be applied by stencil or in the form of an exterior . XYZ-WETT.
decal conforming to Specification IvfIL-D-8634 and NO. 3 - XXl3T.TUN 64l'1-RTP-HIDE/2-RTT-IIIDE.
will furnish the following coded information :
a. Activity applying iinish; contractors to be Example No. 1 indicates that MOAIvIA on 31
identified in accordance with USAF Specification Bul- Jue 1964 applied one coat of primer, Specification
Ietin 52; military activities to be identified by Suppty MIL-P-7S62, and two coats of acrylic topcoat, Speci-
Account Number in accordance with Part II, Vo1ume I fication LIIL-L- 19537.
of USAF Supply Manual 67-1.
Example No. 2 indicates that MOAMA on same
b. Date of completion of application by day, date applied one coat of primer, Part No. RTp,
month and year. manufactured by the Hide Paint Company, and two
coats of topcoat, Part Ne. XYZ, manufactured by
c. Number of coats, giving appropriate Ivlilitary the Wett Paint Company.
or Federal Material Specificationf or manufacturer,s
narae and material part number.
In example No. 3, XX signifies a contractor
EXAMPLES: facility accomplished the painting on 31 June 1964
with one coat of Part No. RTP primer and two coats
No. 1 - r.82019/31 Jun 64,/1-MlL-I.-7562/2- of Part No. RTT topcoat, both manufactured by the
MIL-L_19537. Hide Paint Company.

2-3/2-4
T.O. 1-1-4 Section IIi
Paragraphs 3-1 to 3-8

sECil0i'{ lll

SIANDARi) Ii'ISIGfIIA A}i} SPECIAL PUftPOSE PTARiii!1OS TOR

, USet AIRCRAFT itllD f$155!L[S

3.1. USAT STANDARD IDENTIFICATION MARKINGS. 3-5. Dimensions (Figure 3-1).

3-2. The follorving identifi,cation markings shall be a. The dimensions of the insigrria shail be de-
applied on all USAF aircraft arrd shali be applied on termir.ed by the diameter of the circumscriireC circle
missiles as indicated in following note: rvhich is stanCardized in muitiples of five inches.

ITEM GENERAL LOCATION b. The rvidth of each end of the .recta.ngle sherll
equal 1/2 the radius of the circle; the length shall
National Star Insignia Wing and/or Fuselage equal one radius (excluding border).

USAF Marking Aircrajt or Missile c. The width of the insignia-red stripe, horircn-
Wings tally centered in each end of the reclangle, shaLl
equal L/6 of the radius of the circle (excluding
U.S. AIR FORCE Marking Aircrajt or Missile border).
Fuselage
. d. The width of the insignia-b1ue border shall
Serial Number Fuselage equal 1/8 the radius of the circle (exciuding border).

Aircraft Identification AircraIt Fuselage e. Construction of the five-pointed star may be


(Buzz No.) accomplished by marking off five equidistant points
on the circumscribed circle and comecting each
Radio CalI Number AircraJt Yertical Fin point to the non-adjacent points.
or Missile Fuselage
cnurtot.t
IL-------J I
NOTE '
Serial numbers and engine warning stripes Sharp pointecl, metal marliing instr.rments
will be the only exterior markings onoper- shall not be used in the lay-out of insignia
ational ballastic missiles except that for and markings on USAF aircraftor n:issiies.
public display purposes, in parades, news
photos, or training films missiles shall 3-6. Color Deviatjon. The insigni.a-blue bcrCer ancl
be marked with all USAF identification insignia-blue circle nray be omitted when the Na.tional
markings referenced above. Commanders Star hsignia is applied on blue or blacic finisi:es.
shall be responsible for insuring that ap-
propriate markings are applied for such 3-?. LOCATION OT NATIONAL STAR T'ISICI'IIA.
occasions.
3-8. AircraJt Wing Installation.

a. The Natlonal Star Insignia shall be applied


3-3. NATIONAL STAR INSIGNL\. on the upper surface of the left wing and on the iowcr
surface o-f the right wing or guide vanes.
3-4. Description. The National Star Insignia, of the
design represented in figure 3-1, shall be installed b. Each lnsigaia wlll be positioned at a poi:tt
on all USAF aircraft and orr rnissiles as indicated inboarC frorn each wing tip equal to 1/3 the distair:e
in note above. The insignia shall consist of an in- frotn the wing tip to the wing-fuselage uating pcint.
signia-white five-poinied star located within an in- The border of the insignia will be tangent to the
signia-blue circumscribecl circle. An insignia-white movabie eontrol surface cut-out.
rectangle shall be located on each side of the star.
The top edge of the rectangle shall form a straight c. The wing insignia may be moved in the mi:ri-
line with the upper edges of the horizontally apposed ncu,zr required distance to avoid structures whieh
star points. An insignia-red hoi'izontal stripe shall woulcl aicer the insiglia pattern. However, symmetrlr
be centered in each end of the rc,ctangle. An insignia- wili be ma-intained with the LISAF marking on tlte
blue border shall outline the entire insignia. opposite wing surfece.

?t
Section III T.O. 1-1-4
Paragraphs 3-9 to 3-15

d. The wing insignia shall be positioned so that 3.13. MISSILE FUSEI.AGE INSIGNIA.
in normal flight attitude the top point of the star
points forward and a line through the center of the a. The National Star Insigaia will be applied and
insignia and the top star point isparallelto the direc- maintained on each side of the fuselage midway
tion ol flight. between the nose and the tip of the .tail, but may be
moved forward or aft of tire midpoint to avoid struc-
. e. On swept wings or wings of variable sweep the tures which would change the insignia pattern. On
Natio::ai Star Insignia shall be positioned as illus- small missiles where suJficient space ls not avall-
trated in figure 3-2. The insignia or ary part thereof able for both the fuselage insignia and the U.S. AIR
shall not extend to movable flight control surfaces. FORCE markings, the fuselage insignia may be
The insignia shall be applied so the line through omitted.
the center and the top point of the star is'perpendicu-
Iar to the constant 50 percent chord line of the wing. b. The fuselage insignia. onthe horizontally vlewed
missile shall be positioned so that a line through the
3-9. Dimensions of Aircralt Wing Insignia. The Na- top star point and the center of the insignia is paral-
tiornl Star Insignia selected for the ving shall not lel to the missile longitudinal center line.
exceed a maxlmum diameter of 60 inches nor have
a. inimum diameter of less than 20 inches (ex- 3-14. Missile Fuselage Insignia Dimenslon.
r-luding border). The diameter of the circumscibed
circle will I:e the standard slze closest to but not
exceeding 75 percent of the distance between the wing a. The insignia will be the standard size closest
leading ecige and the movable surface cut-out at the to, but not exceeding, ?5 percent of the diameter of
point of application. the fuselage at the point of application. The diameter
of the blue circle shall not exceed 60 inches nor be
3.10. ATRCRAFT FUSELAGE OR IIULL INSIGNIA. less than 10 inches (excluding border). Symmetry
shall be malntained when applying the insignia on
3-11. Location. The National Star Insigaia will nor= each side of the fuselage.
mally be applied on eaeh side of the tuselage, midway
betrveen the wing trailing edge and the leading edge b. Missiles having a dlameter too surall to
of'the stabilizer. The insignia may be moved for- are'
aecommodate minimrm. size National Star Insignla
ward or aft the minimum distance required to avoid exempt from this requirement. 1

transparent material or areas exposed to extreme


heat which lrorrld scorch or otherwise damage the
insignia. The insignia may extend over doors and
emergency exits, but the insignia shall not extend
over v;indow areas or other such openings whlch 3-15. EELICOPTER AND CONVERTIPI,ANE.
would change the deslgn of the insignia.
a. Four Natlonal Star Insignia shall be applied
3 : Aircrait Fuselage Insignia Dimension. on the alrcraft fuselage. The insignia shall be located
so that the insignla will be visible from each slde,
a. The insigrcia will ie the standard size closest above, and from below. Because of design configura-
to, bu.t not exceeding, ?5 percent of the fuselage tion the insignia shall be located so as to provide
heiglit et the point of application. The diarneter of tie Eaxinum discernmeut. Such locations shall be stan-
biue circl.e will not exceed 50 inches nor be lcss'than dardized on like model series helicopters.
15 inches (ezcluding border) unless othervrise indi-
cated irr figure 3-? thru figure 3-65, Symmetry will b. The dimensions of the lnsignia shall be de-
be maintai.ned when applying the insig:ria ot:. each termined by the diarncter of the blue circle. The
side of the fliselage. diameter of the insignia vill not exceed 50 inches nor
be less than 15 inches. 'fhe selected insignia will be
b. Approvai of alternate location for the fuselage the standard size closest to, but not exceeding, 75
insignia will be &ibrdinated with MOAMA, Attn: percent of the fuselage height at the point of appli-
IdoNKSC. cation. Symmetry wii). be mairrtained when applying
insignia on each side oI the fuselage.
NOTE
The National Star Insignia may be omitted c. The ltrational Siar Insignia will be applied on
from the fruelage of small aircraft when vertical surfaces so that in normal flight attitude
sulficient space is not available to include the top p:int of the star points upward; on horizontal
the aircraft identi-fication number (buzz surfaces the top point oi the star will point forward
number) and the insignia. in the direction of flight,

3-2.
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III
Paragraphs 3-16 tro 3-24

3.16. GENERAL SPECITICATION FOR USAF STAND- a. The U.S. AIR FORCE marking shaLl be loc:a.ted
ARD IDENTITICATION MARKRIGS FOR AIR- at a point aft of the dose, approximately 1/3 Lhe dis-
CRAFT AND MISSILES. tance from the nose to the tip of the tail, L-'uc :nay
be moved filrward or a-ft to avoid structures wl ici.
Vertieal Block (Chamfered Gothic) type letters would alter the marking pattern.
and arabic numerals shall be used when applying
identification markings. See figure 3-3 for construc- b. The marking shall be placed on tlre f.rselage
tion of letters and numerals. Unless otherwise speci- Iongitudirnl center line and read from iefi to right.
fied herein, insignia-blue, Color No. 15044, will be
used on alumini.zed or white surfaces; either gloss 3-22, Horizontally Viewed lJissiie Marking Dimert-
enamel, Specification MIL-E-??29, or lacquer, Speci- sion.
fication MIL-L-19537, is acceptable. Gloss black,
Color No, 1?038, may be useC as a substitute for the a. The letter width shall tre equal to 2i3 the
insignia-b1ue. hsignia-white, Color No. 178?5, will letter height, except that width of the "I" shall be
be used on red finishes. tnsignia-red, Color No. equal to 1/6 the letter height.
11136, will be used on black finishes.
b. The letter stroke and spaces shall be equal
3-1?. Wing Marking - USAF . to' L/6 the letter height, except that space l:etrveen
t'perlod" aJld rrs" and "period" and "A" shall be
3-18. The rnarking USAIr shall be applied 'on tJre equal to 1/3 the letter. height.
lower surface of the left ying and the upper surface
of the right wing on all USAE aircraJt and missiles c. Space between AIR and FORCE shall be equal
lncorporatlng wings or gride vanes of sufficient to 2/3 the letter height.
size to accommodate this marking. The lower wing
surface markings shall be omitted when thermal re- NOTE
sistant finishes have been applied. The height and Misslles viewed in an attitude of 600 or
location of the markings USAF will correspond, if at greater to the horizon. are considered to
all possible, with the National Star Insignia applied be vertically viewed missiles. Missiles
on the opposite wing. The top of the Ietters shall viewed in an attitude of less than 60o to the
be toward the leading edge of the wing or guide vane. horizon are considered to be horizontally
viewed missiles.
3-19. Aircraft Fuselage Marking - U.S, AIR FORCE.
3-23. Fuselage MarkinS - U.S. Am I'ORCE - Ver-
a. Letter width shalt be equal to 2/3 the letter cally Viewed Missiles.
height, except that width of the "I" shall be equal
to l/6 the letter height. a. The markings U.S. Am FORCE shall be
placed and maintained on each side of the fuselage of
' b. Letter stroke and spaces shall be equal to 1/6 alf vertically viewed missiles.
the height, except that space between "period" and
t'S" and t'period" and "A" shall be 1rl3 letter b. The U.S. AIR FORCE marking shall be located
height. as near the nose'as is practical.

c. Space between AIR and FORCE shall be one c. The marking shall be placed on the center
letter width. line of the missile and shall read from top to bottom
with the missile in a vertical position (ready for
launching).
NOTE
3-24. Vertically Yiewed Missile Marking Dinretrsion.
The maikings USAF, U.S. AIR FORCE, and
the National Star Insignia shall not be a. Letter width shall be equal to 2/3 the letter
altered in location, dimension, or configu- height, except that width of the "I" shall be equai
ration from the specifications reflected to L/6 ihe letter height.
herein to accommodate any major aircom-
mand and organizational insignia or b. Letter stroke shall be equal to 1/6 tir.c ietter
marking. height.

3-20. Fusdlage MarkinC - U.S. AIR FORCE - Hori- c. Space between the letters "g" *6 "S" shirll
zontally Viewed Missiles. be eqr.ral to 2/3 the letler height.

3-21. The marking U.S. Am FORCE shall be placed d. Space between the letters U.S. and the AIR
and maintalned on each side of the fuselage of all and the AIR and FORCE shall be equal to the leiter
horlzontally viewed uissiles. height.

3-3
Section III T.O. 1- 1-4
Paragraph 3-25
e. Spaces between letters shall be equal to 1/3 trainer, fighter and light bombardment type aircraft,
the letter height. including like aircra-ft assigned overseas theaters.
NOTE National Guard and Department of the Army aircraft
The periods which are normally placed are excluded from this provision.
after the 'rU" ard "S" shall be omitted
when the U.S. AIR FORCE marking is b. Aircraft identiJicatiou numbers will consist of
vertically installed (read from top to txrt- two letters and three numerals. The flrst letter will
tom). identify the type of aircraft, the second letter will
be the letter equivalent lor the alrcraft model and
3.25. .C,IRCRAFT IDENTIFICATION NIII\4BER. t}re numerals will be the last three numerals of the
a. Iderrtification number will be established and aircraft serial number (refer to table 3-1) withthe
maintained on each side of the fuselage of all liaison, letters and numbers separated by a dash.

TABLE 3-1.
AIRCRAFT IDENTIFIC ATION NTIM BERS

LETTER DESIGNATION LETTER EQUIVALENT


FOR TYPE MODEL FOR MODEL

Light Bombardrn ent Aircraft


B 26 C EXAMPLE: On 8-26,
B 57 A AF No" 43-22465,
B 66 B the identification
marking would be
BC-465.

Fighter Aircraft
F 4 (Formerly F-110) J EXAIvIPLE: On F-105,
F 5 (Formerly N-156) A AF No. 59-67126,
F 80 T the identification
F 84 s marking would be
F. 86 U Frr-126.
F 89 v
F 100 w
F 101 B
F t02 C
F 104 (t
F 105 H
F 106 E

Trailer Aircraft
T 2B L EXAIvIPLE: On T-29,
T 29 J AF No. 42-36867,
T 33 R the identitication
T r";1
37 E marking would be
T 38 F TJ-867.
T 39 Lr

Utitity Aircraft
U 3 (Formerly L-2?) L EXAMPLE: On U-6,
U 4 (Formerly L-26) K AF No" 52-6079,
U 6 (Irormerly L-20) G the identification
U 7 (l'ormerly L-21) H marking would be
U 10 (I'ormerly L-28) M uG-079.

3-4
T.O. 1- 1-4 Se ction U-t
Paragraphs 3-26 tro 3-33

e. Letters and numerals will be of uriform height 3-28. Location of Missile Identification i.luraber.
and the largest size practicable with the availabie
space at the point of application. The maxirnumheight a. Identification numbers shall be placed and
wili be 48 inches and the minimum 12 inches. The maintaincd on each side of the vertical fin or guide
width of the letters and nuruerals wiil be 2/3 the vane on USAF missiles. Missiles which do noi in-
height; stroke a-nd space wili be 1/6 the height. corporate fins or guide vanes vrill have the ictentif!-
cation marking applied to the aJt fuselage.
d. Aircralt permanently assigned at the same in-
stallation and having identieal aircraft identi-fication b. On irorizontal viewed missiles the identifica-
numbers will be further identi.fied by applying a suffix tion nurnber will be appiied on a horizontal plane with
letter. The suJfix letter will be uniform in size with the U.S. AIR FORCE marking.
the basic aircraft identification number.
. c. On vertically viewed missiles the identifica-
e. AircraJt identification markings shall be tion nurrber shall be applied on a plane at right
standardized and uniformly maintained on similar angies to the U.S. AIR FORCE marking or missile
type aircralt in each organization. Color and style of longitudinal center line.
aircraft identification numbers shall be the same as
that reflected in paragraph 3-16. d. The identification number shall be placed on
each stage of multistage missiles.

e. Colors for ideirtlfication numbers will be the


same as that refLected in paragraph 3-16.
3-26. MISSILE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER.
3.29. AIRCRAFT SbNTET, NIIMBEN.
a. The identification marking for USAF missiles
shall consist of not less than five numerals. Identi- 3-30. The indivtdual aircraJt serial number anC fuel
fication numbers will be derived from the missile designator shall be applied to atl USAF aircraJt (in-
serial numbers. Arabic numerals will be used when cluding helicopters), using capital ]etters. The iol-
applying missile identification numbers. lowing markings, properly filled in, shall be stenciled
on the left side of the fuselage lrear the pilot's com-
b. The first numeral of the contract year and partment.
the hyphen in the missile serial nunber shall not be
used in the identification number. EXAMPLE:
c. If five numerals are not available in the U.S. AIR FORCE CO.F.1O2A
missile serial number from which to derive five
numerals for an identification marking, zeroes will AF SERIAL NO. 56.0000A
be used to produce five numerals. Eo<ample: The BLOCK NO. 00 (if applicable)
identification marking for missile serial number SERV:CE THIS| AIRCRAFT WITH
58-? will be 80007. GRAQE MIL-F.OOOO FUEL

d. Should more than five numerals be available, 3-3t. ttre components asslgnment "A" shall allo
t}te last five mrmerals of the missile serial number appear as a suJfix immediately follorving the seri.al
will be used. Example: The identiJication marking number. Lettering size will be commensurate with
for missile numlrcr 58-9685?4 vill be 68574. the following requirements :

3-27. Dimenslon of Misslle Identification Number. TOP OF FORWARD FUSEI.AGE LETTER


ABOVE GROI'ND LEVEL SIZE
a. The numbers or designators shall be of a
size discernible at a distance oi 50 yards. 0 thru 144 inches 1 inch

b. Number helght will be no Iess thannineinches. 145 thr:u 216 inches 2 inches

c. Number width shaU normally be 2/3theheight, 21? arrd over 3 inches


but when numbers this size cannot be applied due to
Iack of space, they wiII be as large as possible. 3-32. MISSILE SERIAL NIIMBER.
d. fke stroke of ntrmerals shall be equal to 1/6 3-33. I'he misslle serial number will be placed im-
the numeral height. 'U.S.
mediately under Ure AIR FORCE nrarking,
usiag.lettering sizes pregcribed in paragraph 3-31.
e. Spaces between numerals shall be equal to The U.S. Air Force serial nuruber will be applied
1/6 the numeral height. by stencil rather than free hand lettering.

,3-5
Section III T.O. 1-1-4
Paragraphs 3-34 to 3-42

3-34. SPECIAL PURPOSE MAP,iilNGS. exceed 50 percent of height of fuselage at point of


application. Similar aircraft in tire same organiza-
3-35. Jet AircraJt and iUissile Warning Stripe. A tion will have the same size insignia. If applied to
tvro-inch wide insignia red warning stripe shall be other than smooth surfaces, insignia may be painted
painted arclund the orrtside of the power plant ilousing on aluminum sheet which is bolted or screwed
of aircraJt and missiles rvhich are povered by jet securely to rigid members of the aircraIt.
engines to mark the piane of rotation of the turbine
rotor. Any aircraJt or missile utilized equipment that 3-40. Location or Organizational Emblems, Insigria
incorporates turbine rotors will also be marked with and Markings for Missiles. Command and organi-
the two-inch wide red stripe if at all possi'ole. The zational insignia and markings should be located
stripe is to vrarn ground personnel nct to stand in approximately l/3 the tuselage length aft of the nose
Iine with this area when the jet engine or engines on opposite sides of the missile fuselage, but may
are running or when turbine rotors are in motion be moved forrvard or ajt tc ar,'oid structures which
as there is a possibility of turbine rotor failure and would alter the design of the markings. A space
resultant injury to personnel. equal to the diameter of the National Star Insignia
shall be maintained between the standard USAF
NOTE markings and insignia and a]l major commandinsignia
Painting of the two-inch wide red stripe and markings.
is not required on those aircraJt that have
been painted white to reduce thermal ra- NOTE
.diation. Changes and modifications to missile con-
figuration which would require ehange in
3.36. ORGANIZATIONAL EMBLEMS, INSIGNIA AND location or dimension of standard USAF
MARIilNGS. markings may be aJfected. However mark-
ing data shall be submitted to MOAMA,
NOTE Attn: MONKSC, at an early date for ap-
The use of epproved organizational em- proval and updating of this technical order.
blems for USAF aircrajt and missiles is . Research and development missiles shall
oufiined in AFR 900-3. be marked in accordance with the instruc-
tions of this technical order insofar as
3-3?. Insigrria and markings for aircraJt andmissiles practical. Deviations shall be submiited 'f,

of major air commands and activities subordinate to MOAMA, Attn: MONKSC, with inJorma.
thereto currently in use shall be reflected in perti- tion as to rvhy deviatioa was reqnired.
nent regulations of the uajor air commandconcerned.
Additionat insignia and markings, as well as major 3-41. Marking Requirements for New Aircraft or
changes to existing insignia and markings, shall be Missiles. Project officers shall forvrard two sets
reflected likewise in pertinent major air command of exterior marking drawings for new aircraft or
regulations, or by amendment or inclosure thereto. missiles to MOAMA, Attn: MONKSC, for coordina-
Specific locatlons for organizational insignia and tion and inclusion herein. In all cases the marking
markings shall be as specified in pertinent major proposal'shall be forvarded no later than 60 days
air command regulations. prior to delivery of the first production model.
3-38. In all cases, command and organizational in- NOTE
signia shall be clearly subordinate to the USAF Manufacturer's nanie, designator and popu-
st 'rrd distinguishing insignia, and markings shall Iar name are specifically prohibited from
not de altered in location, dimension or configuration use on all aircraft and missiles except as
from the specification noted herein to accommodate specified herein.
any major air command or organizational insignia
or markings. Commanders shall insure that the
command insignia and markings have been removed
fr.our aircraJt and missile prior to transfer out of 3.42. RADIO CALL NIIMBERS.
t}te command. Major air command insignia andmark-
tngs shall not exceed 2/3 the size of the USAF a. Radio call numbers consisting of fivenumerals
standard distinguishing insignia and markings. shall be maintained ou all USAF aircraft. The five
numerals shall be applied to each outboard side ol 1
,
3-39. Location of Organizational Emblerns, Insigaia the vertical fin or (wing type) aircraJt and on each
and Markings for Aircra-ft. Specific locations for outboard side of the fiselage or huII of the heli-
organizational insigrria and markings are not inanda- copters.
tory but points betveen the wing arrd taii surfaces
on opposite sides of the fuselage are considered b. Radio call n'.tmbers consisting of fivenumerals
nost desirable. The size of the insignia will not shall be derived from the aircraJt seriaL number.

3-6
T.O. 1-1-4 Section lll
Paragraphs 3-43 to 3-44

c. The first numeral of the contract year and 3-43. PROPELLER MARKINGS.
the hyphen which is re:Iected in the aircraft serial
number shall not be used in radio call numbers. a. American propeller blades, design l.lo.
A-2721L07, A2891100 and 4-28911C6, u.sed in sets
d. Radio call numbers shall coneist of the last in Aero Products propellers, and designNo. C-272L20A
five numerals of the aircraJt serial number. and C-381306, used in sets in Curtiss propellet's,
shall be identified by a yellorv stripe 3/B-inch in
e. In the event the aircraJt serial number does vidth and 3/8-inch inboard of the yeiiow tip. O.A.
not consist of five numeral.s the second numeral of Smith propellel blades, design preflr SPA, used in
the aircraJt contract year (omitting the hyphen) sets in Curtiss propellers, shall be identified hy tt'io
shall then be used. 3/8-inch yellow stripes, one 3/8-inch inboard of tire
yellov tip and the other 3/8-inch inboard from thc
f. Zeroes shall be used. to fill in and shall first. These stripes shall extend completely around
follow the second nunreral in the contract year when the blade section. TLre stenciled markings betveen
five numerals are not available. the 18 and 24 inch stations iu the eamhered sicie ci
the propeller blades shall be retained. When the exact
Iocation of the blade references'station is known, a
stripe of yellow paint 1/8-inch wide, two inches long
EXAMPLE: Aircraft Serial No. 59-12 would
and spaced equidistant between the leading and trail-
read 90012 as the radio cal'lnumber ing edge of the biade will be placed on the thrust
face of the reference station. Unless the exact loca-
tion of the reference station on the blade is known no
S. AU radio caII panels installed within aircraft, attempt wiII be made to identify this location by the
including helicopters, shall be revised to reflect aforementioned stripe.
the radio call number as applied on the aircraft.
b. A four-inch yellow tip shall be maintained as
h. The established standard minimum size for safety measure on all aircraft propellers v*hich are
radio call numeralg is 6 inches wide and 9 inches less than 15 feet in diameter. Propellers which are
high for liaison, utility, trainer and fighter type 15 feet or more in diameter shall require a six-inch
aircraft (single and twin engines); 8 inches wide and
L2 inches high on twin engine cargo and fighter .yellow tip. Lusterless lacquer, Specification IdIL-L-
19538, Col.or No. 33538, will be useC for this appli-
bomber type aircraft; 12 inches wide and 18 inches cation.
high on heavy bombardment and four engines cargo
or trainer type aircraft. The stroke and space for c. Propeller tips may be marked rvith a yellcw
radio call numeralg shall be 1/6 the height. In the reflective liquid, aerosol spray type, to define the
event the space is not available for these standard path of the propeller track in the dark.
sizes, the numerals shal.l be the largest sizes vhich
can be applied consistent with existing space.
NOTE
i. Colors for radio caII number will be insig:ria- Propellers shall be checked for balance
blue when applied on aluminized surface CIet black after complete refinishing and required
may be used as a substitute), insignia-red when markings have been applied. Minor touch-
applied on black finishes, and insignia-white on red . up is authorized betvreen overhaul peri,ods.
finishes. Howeverr care shall be taken to insure a
proportionate quantity of paint is applied
j. Decalcomanias conlorming to Specification on each blade.
MIL-D-8634 may be used in lieu of paint when apply-
ing and maintaining radio call numbers on the air- 3.44. HELICoPTER RoToR BLADE MARKINGS.
craJt.
a. Classification numbers shall be stenciled on
NOTE the main rotor blades of all helicopters by facilities
. To avoid duplication of identical aircraJt authorized io balance or alter the blades. Three
radio call nurab€rs, the symbol 0- shall numbers ehall be utilized; the first shall be the
precede all radir. call numbers inclusive weight in pounds of the blade expressed in decitrraL
of radio call panels on aircraft which are form; the second shall be the distance iri lnehes
10 years old. Age of alrcraJt is to be de- from the center of rotation to the center oI gravity
terrnined by contract serial numberrvithout of the blade; the third number shall be the clistance
regard to when it was accepted by the in inches from the leading edge of the blade to the
Air Force. center of gravity of the blade chord:wise.

3-?
Section IIl T.O. 1-1-4
Paragraphs 3-45 bo 3-47

EXAMPLE: 57,2-75.5-5.2, when the blade has a NOTE


weight of. 57.2 pounds with the center of gravity ?8.5 To avoid the possibility of unbalanced con-
inches frorn the center of rotation, and the chord- dition, application of the color scheme
w.',se center of gravity is 5.2 inches from the leading cutlined above shall be limited to nerv
edge oI the blade. Stenciling, approximately 3,/4-inch blades or to overhauted blades. Only con-
in height, shall be accomplished with a paint or dope tractors or overhaul agencies shall apply
which contrasts well with the color of the blade. these markings to the tail rotor blades
Tlie preceding information is to be stenciled on the of USAF helicopters.
llat surface on the ground side of each blade at
inboard or butt end of main rotor blade. 3-46. PROPELI,ER WARNING STRIPES AND SIGNS
(EXTERIOR).
b. Identifying color bands painied on the tail Mark that area of the fuselage which is in the
rotor blade housing by the contractor shall be main- piane of the propeller path rrith a red stripe three
tained and an identifying dot, approxirnately l/?-itch inches wide extending completely around thefuselage,
in diameter, of the same color as appears on the whenever it does not interfere with standard USAF
nousing shall be painted on the butt end of the blade markiags or insignia.
for matching purposes. Color rnarkings specified
in paragraph 3-45 shall be applied to prevent ac- The propetler #PrH
cidents due to lack of visibiiity. stripe shalr not
' extend through standard USAF marktngs
c. The color bands lnstalled by the contractor on or insignia.
the tip of main rotor blades shall be maintained Ulaintaln a space of three inches betrveen the ends
alonn with matching colors on the housing. Different of the propeller warning stripe and any standard
col( are required on the blades for traching as USAF marking and insignia. The word PROPELLER
well as matching purposes. reading vertically from top to bottom sha1l be super-
imposed on this stripe in white, Color No. 17875,
d. A warning sign shall be painted on both sides letters two inches high placed at sufficiently fre-
of the tail boom of all helicopters employing vertical quent intervals to indicate'the dangerous area. The
tail rotors. A typical example of the recommended word DANGER shall be applied perpendicular to the
warning is shorvn in figure 3-4, and rninor variations word PROPELLER on each side of thewarningstripe, i\-
ma.ke it adaptable to all types of helicopters. The with an arrow pointing from the word DANGER to-
letters shall be approximately 2 inches high with ward the stripe. Letters in the word DANGER sha[
warning arrow of appropriate size as indicated. be two inches high and the arrows shallbe four inches
long. The word DANGEII and the arrows shatl be
red, Color No- 509. The propeller warriing stripe for
those aircraft that have been painted jet black shall
be white, Color No. 17875. The word PROPELLER
superimposed thereon shall be red, Color No. 509;
The word DANGER and the arrows shall be white,
3-45. Tail Rotor Blade Marking. To promote ground Color No. 17875.
safety, all helicopter tail rotor blades exceptSikorsky
blades utilizing "8" and "B" bonding and having 3.4?. EXIT WARNING STRIPES AND SIGNS.
vinyl plastic tape installed shall be markedas follows: An lnstgnia red warninq stripe three lnches wlde
shall be marked inside the fusetage on both sides of
Prlme surface with one llght coat of lacquer bomb bays, or other opinlngs within six feet of either
prlmer, Specification MIL-P -?962. slde of the propeller disc to warn personnel of the
proxlmity of propellers, !.f such openings may ber:sed
b. Apply a six-inch band red lacquer, Specifi- as exits from the alrcraft and iI there is danger of
cation MIL-L-19538, Color No. 31136, to the tail personnel walklng into the propellers alterleavingthe
rotor tip, followed by a six-inch band of insignia openings. Stripes shall exlend from the center of the
white lacquer, SpecUlcation MIL-L-19537, Color No. fuselage orthe top of the openingrwhicheveris higher,
71876, and another six-lnch band ol red lacquer. to the lowest extremity of the opening. The vord
PROPELLER, reading verticaliy from top to bottom,
c. Fotlowlng the second band of red lacquer,Spe- sha[ be superlmposed on the stripes tn vhite,
cification LIIL-L-19538, Color No. 31136, apply a Color No. 77875, letters two inches high to indicate
band of black lacquer, Specification MIL-L-19538, dangerous area. The worci DANGER in red, Color
Color No. 3?038, to 'Sltnin six lnches of the hub. No. 509, letters shall be applied perpendicular to and
centered with respec'i to the word pROpELLER on
d. Palnt the remaining six lnchee of the tail each side of the stripe wtth a red, Color No. 809,
rotor blade with red lacquer, Specification MIL-L- arrow pointing toward the strlpe. Letters shail be
19538, Color No. 31136. two inches high and arrows four lnches long.

3-8
T.O. 1-7-4 Section LI-I
Paragraphs 3-48 tci 3-50

f. Exits which are not adequate for all three


}JCTE phases of escape shall be marhed EI,.IEIiCENCY
On aircraft having engines staggered in ItrXiT and for specific usage as follows: GI?OUI.TD
the wing, a marking similar to that des- USE ONLY, GNOUND AND DITC}ING UStr ONLY,
cribed in paragraprh 3-46 shall also be et c.
placed on the cowling of the next inboard
engine to mark the plane of rotation of 3-49. ESCAPE PANELS - EXTERNAL I'{AIIKINGS.
the propeller disc.
a. Markings identifying excape hatches, do,rrs anC
3-48. ESCAPE PANELS - INTERNAL MARISNGS. exits on the outside of aircraft shail be orange-
yellov, Color No. 13538; on yellowsurfacesusebi:Lcx,
a. Markings for iclentification of escape hatches, Color No. 17038. If enamel is used, it wiil conform
doors and exits on the interior of aircraft shall be to Specification MIL-E -7729; if lacquer is used, ii
painted orange-yellow, Coior t){o. 13538. Use black, will coniorm to Specification I,IIL-L-19537. Retro-
Color No. 1?038, on yellow surfaces. Materials for reflective materiaL conforming to Specification MIL-
identification markings shaii conform to Specifica- R-l3e8g (CE) may be used for thbse marl<ings to
tion MIL-E -7729 or MIL-L-1953?. Retro-reflective facilitate identification in the dark.
material conforming to Specification MIL-R-13689
(CE) may be used for these markings io facilitate b. Mark all external releases for operation of
identification in the dark. emergency exit panels EXIT Ri4LEASE on the out-
side of the aircraJt to facilitate quick icientification.
b. Paint an orange-yellow band to mark the com- The wording that describes the operation of the
plete periphery of the excape exit for the crew. The exit release vilI be standard English terminolcrgy
band will have a minimum width oi one inch and a such as PULL, PUSH, TURN or SLIDE. Letters shall
maximum width of two inches, divided equally, if be at least one inch high and preferabiy two inches
possible and practicable, betrveen the door mounting high.
and the escape door itself. Where the lining will
cover the identification marking band on the inside hIOTE
of the aircraft, continue the marking onto the lining. Certain provisions of this section pertain-
ing to Emergency Escape and Entry mark-
c. The words EMERGENCY EXIT, in orange- ings are subject to international standarcii-
yellow, shall be painted or stenciled on the escape zation agreements (see ABC Air Standard
hatch, door or exit or any covering thereof in the 5L/2 and NATO, STANAG 3230) and shail
most readily visible location. Letters will preferably not be changed except under emergency
be two inches high and shall not be less than one inch conditions without prior coordinarion with
wide. the Air Standardization Committee (ASCC).
All requests for changes in existing mark-
ings or supplemental markings vrill be sub-
d. Paint handles, releases, catches and'knobs for mitted to Headquarters MOf.rlIA, Attn:
inside hatches and exit doors and their soturdprooling
(or lining) orange-yellovi. Suitable descr.iptive word- MONKSC, for approval.
ings, readily visible, shall be painted or stenciled on 3-50. MARKINGS FOR EMERGENCY ENTRY OR
the door or structure of the aircraft, whichever is EXIT.
nearer the emergency release, to identify and explain
its operation. This wording shall be at least L/2 inch a. Markings for aircraft emergency entry or
high and preferrably one inch high. Use standard exit shall be in orange-yellow, Color No. 13538.
Engiish terminology such as PULL, PUSH, TURN Use black, Color No. 17038, on yelLov-oranqe back-
or SLIDE. grounds. Lacquer wi,ll conJorm to Specification trIil-
L-1953?. If enamel is used, it wili conform io
Specification MIL-E-7729. Retro-reflective material
e. Exits which are adequate for air, ground and conforming to Specificatlon MIL-R-13689 (CE) may
ditching escape shall have the Y/ords EMERGENCY be used for these uarkings to facilitate identifica-
EXIT centered in the most visible Iocation on the tion ln the dark.
inside of the cloor or hatch.
b. Secondary openlngs such as auxiliarT exits,
windows and navigator's domes are rreually salailer
t;ri than primary openings, making entrance or exit Eore
NOTE difficult. If the structure immediately suriounding
The authority for aircralt emergency entry secoudary openings, is free from heavy structural
and exit markings is Specilication MiL- members such as bulkheads and main longitudinal
A-25165. memberg, and from oxygen fuel and oil lines and

3-9
Section III T.O. L-L-4
Paragraphs 3-51 to 3-53
battery leads, it sha]l be marked with an orange- b. Canopies and hatches jettisoned by cartridge
yellow broken band. Place band at the extremebound- actuated devices shall be marked in accordance with
:rry of the above described area both insides and out- the examples portrayed in figures 3-64 and 3-65.
sicle of the fuselage. Segments of the broken band
shirll be l/2 ioclt wide, one inch long and approxi- c. In order to clear other markings or obstruc-
mately 12 inches apart. lVhere the band will be ' tions, the axis of the large arrow may be rotated
coverecl with soundproofing, the soundproofing (or 45 degrees below or above the. horizontal position.
lining) shall be marl:ed also. CUT HERE FOR The arrow may be located forward or aft of the
EMERGENCY RESCUE shall be printed or stenciled access door.
inside of, parallel with and adjacent to, the broken
baud identifying the area on the outside of the air- 3-52. Installation of Placards in AircraJt. Accom-
craft where forced entry can be made for rescue plish installation of aircraft cockpit placards re-
purp)ses. CUT H-ERE fOR EMERGENCY EXIT shaii quired by interim technical orders by coating the
be painted on a similar location inside the aircraft. back of the placard with a clear lacquer, varnish
Letters shall be one inch high. U the area to receive or sirnilar substance. App1y an additional coat of
the lettering is covered by sorurdproofing (or lining), clear lacquer, varnish or similar substance over
the letters shall also be stenciled on the soundproof-
ing (or lining).
the front 'of the placard. If desired by the Base
Commander, such placards may be made of alunrinum
or. other metal and attached to the surface of the
c. Visually inspect the aircraft for areas which aircraJt cockpit by bolts or screws.
may tJe cut through for rescue when entrance or exit
cannot be made in any other manner. Visual inspec-
tion must be used because relocation and reinstalla-
tio: equipment and furnishings may have been
made which would not be indicated on the installation 3-53. IDENTIFICATION OT JETTISONABLE AiR-
drawing of the aircraJt. These areas should be as CRAFT COMPONENTS.
close to normal stations of personnel as possible
except that they shall not be placed at spots rvhere . a. Jettisonable aircraJt canopies shall have the
personal injury to occupants would probably result aircraft radio call number stenciled on the outside
from forced entry. Paint or stencil corner markings of the canopy frame on the left-hand side sich inches
on the inside and outside of the fuselage marking from forward end, using one-inch high numbers pro-
the limits of these areas. The horizontai and vertical vided sulficient space is available. If sufficient space
bars of the corner marliings shall be three inches is not available to accommodate one-iuch high
long and one inch wide. CUT HERE FOR EMERGENCY numbers, they will be as large as space permits.
RESCT E sha1l be painted or stenciled in the center
of the four corner markings bn the outside of the b. Jettisonable aircraft wing and pylon tanks
aircraJt and CUT HERE FOR EMERGENCY EXiT shall have the aircraft radio call nuluber stenciled
shall be placed in a similar location inside the air- on both sides and as near the center line of the tank
craft. Letteis shall be one inch in height. Soundproof- as possible, using one-inch high num'pers. Other
ing shall also be painted if it covers markings or jettisonable components such as pylons and external
words. These markings need not be placed on B-47 stores, excluding munitions, shall be marked.
aircraft which are of such construction that openings
could not be cut into them with safety. c. Ejection seats shall have the aircraft radio
call number stenciled on the front side of the seat
back near the top edge, using one-inch high numbers
' Cutting of fuel,
l.r.,lgli
oiI,
hydraulic lines, oxygen
and letters. Position radio call number so as to avoid
eontact with parachute gear. The following is an
lines, or electrical wiring under crash example for marking seats in some B-4? aircraJt:
condi.tions may result in a fire, or ex-
plosion, or increase the severity of an ex- 51-24865 to 24865 51-24865 to 24865
isting fire. These posaibiliti.es shali be
taken into consideration when emergerrcy NAV PLT PLT PLT
escape areas are being chosen for identi-
fication markings. 51-24865 to 24865 51-24865 to 24865 \ 1,

3-51. SPECTAL MARKINGS FOR NORMeL/pUrn- CO.PLT CO.PI,T ECM-OPR ECM-OPR


GENCY EXTBftNAL CANOPY RELEASE
ACCESSES ON JET AIRCRAFT. d. Color of the enamel or lacquer used to stencil
numbers and letters on jettisonable aircraft com-
a. All normal and emergency external canopy ponents will be dependent upon the color that pro-
release acceases on jet aircraJt shall be painted vides the greatest contrast with the surrounding
orange-yellow, Color No. 13538. area.

3-10
T.O. 1-1-4 Scction iII
Paragraphs 3-54 to 3-60

3-54..MARKING OF EMERGENCY LIGHTING c. Remove all oil, grease and d'rt from appli-
SYSTBMS- CARGO AND TRANSPORT TYPE cation surface in accordance rvith cleaning procedures
AIRCRAFT. outliirr,d iu T.O. 1--1-1.

a. Cargo and transport type aircraJt which have d. Remove paper baeking from the film. To
flashlighis located adjacent to each natural or emer- start, flick corner of dccal from film side sharply
gency exit as an emergency lighting system will and rapidLy rvith thumb or index finger. This wiii
have a band of phosphorescent paint, Federal Speci- separate lilm from paper liner.
fication TT-P-54, approximately 1/2 inch wide
applied around the base of the flashlight mounting. NOTE
This will provide a rectangular frame outlining the The paper backing is removed dry without
light. The paint may be applied to the mountinp; immersion in water or other solvents.
flanges along the si.des of the light holder if the in-
stallation is such that the paint cannot be applied to e. For pressure sensitive decals, activatiorr of
the surface on which the tight mounting is installecl. acihesiveis not required. Applications should not be
made below 600F. For solvent activatecl decals,
b. Allow the phosphorescent paint to dry approxi- place face side dowrr on a piece of absorbetrt paper.
mately 8 hours, then apply a protective coat of Moisten a felt pad with cyclohexanone. The adhesive
varnish, Federal Specilication TT-Y- 109, over it. This surface of film shall be lightly rviped with moistened
willlengthen the useful life of the paint. felt pad to make adhesive tacky, not wet. Be sure
to wipe beyond all corners and edges.
3-55. Marking for Walkways. AII walkways shall be
differentiated from other external surfaces of the f. Position decal and adhere one edge to sur-
aircraft by a black stripe two inches vide (Color face. HoId remainder of decal slightly away from
No. 1?038). The surrounding areas immediately ad- surface until firmly wiped down with plastic applicaior.
jacent to the walkway shall be marked NO STEP. Once adhered, decal shall not be removed. Go over
all edges to insure good edge contact. Ptutcture any
3-56. Data Cards. Data Cards shall be pasted in air bubbles with pin point tool and work air out with
the pilot's compartment in a readlly accessible finger nail or plastic applicator.
position or suitably mounted on plywood. A trans-
parent rnaterial or clear shellac shall be used over g. SeaI all leading edges of decal with liquid
the face of the mounted data card. edge seaier supplied by manufacturer.

3-5?. Power Plant Assembly Removal. When making


a power plant assembly change, all points of dis- NOTE
assembly shall be painted with a band not to exceed
Special application techniques a are re-
one inch in width, using orange enamel conforming quired for decals larger than 12" x 12".
to Specification MIL-E-7729, Color No. 12197.
These are described in instructions suppiied
NOTE by the manuJacturer.
To preclude entry of paint chips into hose, 3-59. Material Repair. For removal of all types of
tubing or conduit the marking shall not be paint from metal surfaces, use paint and varnish
placed closer than two inches to the dis-
remover, Specification MIL-R-25134, in accordance
comect or the "B" nut.
with T.O. 1-1-8. For removal of dope from fabric
3-58. DECALCOMANIAS. surfaces use cellulose nitrate dope and lacquer
thinner, Federal Specification TT-T-266. On aircrart
having laminar flow wings, paint should be removed
a. Decals may be used in lieu of paint on mis-
siles or on subsonic aircraJt for all external and only from the trailing 60 percent of the wings. Sand
the eciges at the 40 percent chordencughto FEATIIEII
internal markings required by this technical order.
For external use, decals must conform to the re- but exercise care that the cladding is not removed.
quirements of Specification LIIL-D-8634, Type I sol- This is n€cessary in order that the special putiy
and surface on that portion of the vings be left un-
vent activated and Type II pressure sensitive. For
di,sturbed.
internal use, conformallce with Specification MIL-D-
8635 is required.
3-60. FEDERAL STANDARDS AND ANABUI,LETNIS
}-CR COLORS.
b. Vinyl film decals, Specification }{IL-D-8634,
Type I and II, and Specification IvIIL-D-8635, Type II
Colors of paints specified in this techurical order
solvent activated and Type V pressure sensitive, are
applied as outtined in paragraph c through g.
are listecl in ANA Bulletin 15?, 166 and Fecjeral
Standard 595.

3-11
Section III T.O. 1-1-4
Paragraphs 3-61 to 3-71

3.61. HARKINGS Fcn, AIR ATTACIIE AInCRAFT. The stand- 3-66. ltear Hull (or Fuselage). A 36-inch orange-
ard markings shall be an American FIag located yellow band placed r.pproximately 3 feet forward of
on both sides of the vertical stabilizer andth.e marking the leading edge of the horizontal stabilizer shall
UNITED STATES OF AI,IERICA applied on both sides encircle the aft portion of the hull (or fuselage) but
of the fuselage parallel to and above the top of the shall not extend onto the last step of the keel. Two
windovrs. The flag shall be placed above all other six-inch black stripes shall be added as borders.
markings of significance. The using organization
commander may choose the exact location for the 3-67. Vertical Stabilizer and Rudder. Using vertical
flag, giving due consideration to eye appeal ancl block type white letters, Color No. 17875, the vord
balance. The flag shall be lrcsitioned horizontally RESCUE shall be appiiecl on a blue bachground, Color
and iu such a manner that the union shall be upper- No. 15A44, to both sides of the vertical stabilizer
most. The bars of the flag shall appear to be trailing and rudder apprr,pi'iately spaced betrveen the radio
at a1l times. Additional lnstructions orr the use and call numbers and the tcrp of the vertical stabilizer.
display wiII be found in AFI\{ 900-.2. For standard The letters will be a m.inimum height of six inches
flag sizes refer to paragraph 1-15. and the blue backgrcund a minimum of 12 inches in
height. If larger lettering is used, the background
3-62. I,IARKTNGS FoR DRoIE AIRCR-aIT. Drones are any should be increased proportionally. A three-inchwide
remotely controlled recoverable pilotless aircra-ft or band, yellow-orange, Color No. 13538 shaU beapplied
missiles modified or developed to perform the mis- at'the top and bottom of the blue background.
sion of a target for weapons evaluation or crew train-
ing. Drones wiil be painted and rnarked as follows: 3-68. Helicopters (Fuselage). The word RESCUE
shall be marked in black at the widest part of the top
The paint to be used on drone aircraft is and bottom of ihe fuselage, using vertical block type
flu<,. .scent red-orange, Specification MIL-P-25163, letters as large .as available space will permit.
Color No. 633. Prepare and paint the surface in
accordance with T.O. 1-1-8. 3-69. s^PEcrAt TRATIIER l4ARxrNGS. painting of ring
cowls is authorized iu colors as directed by the
b. All numerals, letters and markings, except Commander of the Air Training Command.
the National Star Insignia, applied on a fluorescent
red-orange area shall be black lacquer, Specifica- 3.?0. INSTRIJI,IENT TRJ.I}iER, MARKINGS. Aircraft used i>t
tion MIL-L- 19537, Color No. 1?038. only for instrument training may be distinguished, at :*"t
the discretion of the Commander of each particular
3-63. uurrrucs rcR sE RCr{ AND REScUE ATRSRAFT. Ad- command, as follows, except that such markingsshall
ditional required markings for aircraJt engaged in not be applied to first line combat type aircraJt.
search and rescue operations sha1l have markings
applied as indicated in paragraphs 3-63 through a. Rudders and yertical fitrs paintedinsignia-red,
3-68, using lacquer, Specification MIL-L-1953?, or Color No..509.
enamel, Specification IVIIL-E-7?29. Although these
markings are applicable to large seaplanes and am- b. Insigrtia-red stripes; 18 .inches rvide and appro-
phibiang, they can be used on any aircraJt if the priately spaced, extending rliagonally (45o to axis of
size ig made appropriate to the aircraft. Air-Sea the aircraft) across the fuselage, creating a barber
rescue identification numbers shall be the last three pole effect.
numerals of the serial number.
c: Ring cowls wiII be painted insignia-red.
3-6 Wing Tips.
d. Multi-engine aircraft nose sections to be
a. Wing tip floats and struts shall be painted painted insignia-red from the c_ockpit forward.
yellow-orange, Color No. 13538.
3-?1. ATc AIRCRAFI. Trainer type aircraft in use at
b. Upper and lower surfaces of both wing tips installations under the jurisdiction of the Com-
shall be painted yellow-orange from the wing tip mander, Air Training Command, El&yr for purposes
lnboard a distance equal to seven percent of the wing of increased di.scernibil.ity, have the following mark-
span (float excluded). A black border six inches wide ings applied locally. These will be of corresponding
shall be added inboard, using Color No. 1?038. type materials applied over the aluminized finish.
3-65. Wing, Center $gction. Approved using com- a. Orange-yellow or light yellow on upper and
mand forms for finishing of the center section, in- lower surfaces of wing.
cluding the rear projection portion of the engine
tracelles, should be consulted for rnarili:rg to be b. Orange-yellow or light yellow on all sur-
applied in this area. faces of the empennage.

3-12
T.O. l-L-4 Section UI
Paragraphs'3-72 ttt 3-78
c. Where dope must be used, two coats of dope b. USAF exterior finishes, insignia and rnrrkings
will be requir.ed to hide the aluminized clope, but are applicable to Air National Guard aircra-ft.
more than tvo coats wiLl ha'.re a deteriorating effect
on the finished fabric. For this reason, only touch-up
should be accomplished a-fter the original applica- c, Air National Guard aircraJt wiII be further
tion of two coats. identified with the state name ard ANG insignia as

3-72, IAr TARGIT ArtC3,$T. AircraJt regularly as_


signed to tow target service may be marked as
follows vith internatiorral ora:rge, Color No. 121g?, 3-76. DISIIIiC?M HAP.XIN0S FCR AIRCP.AIT. Ai.rcrajt
paint materials of applicabte type applied over the used in joint (USAF/ARMY) training exercises shal]
bare metal or previously applied piint materiat. be marked, usingSpecification L{IL-p-6I84 temporary
identification paint. Marking patterns and cclors
a. AII the external surface of one and two engine may be selected by the commands that wiil i:est
aircraft shall be painted, except the underside of suit the particular requirement. Arctic and con-
the fuselage and the underside of the wings. gnicuitV marking patterns as contained in figures
3-7 thru 3-54 raay be helpful in determining patterns
b. On four engine aircrait, paint shall be apptied for distinctive marking purposes.
to the top 18 inches of the vertical stabilizer, and
to the top of the tips of the wing and the horizontal
stabilizer to 18 inches from the tips. Stripes one NOTE
foot wide parallel to the longitudinal axis of the air- The least amount of coverage to accom-
craJt and spaced eight feet apart shall be painted plish the desired discernibility should be
on top of the wing and the horizontal stabilizer. taken into consideration when applying dis-
In addition, three one-foot stripes shall be painted tinctive markings sinee these rnarkings
completely around the fuselage, spaced evenly, be- are only of a temporary nature.
trveen the trailing edge of the wing and the leading
edge of the horizontal stabilizer. Stripes are not to
extend through the National Star Insignia, and any 3.7?. MARKINGS IIOR USAF AMCRAFT SUPPLIED
other required markings shall be repainted if they I'NDER MAP.
have been covered by these markings.
a. Alrcraft which are to be delivered in crates,
or as deck loads on carriers, will not have tiie
3-?3. FI3IITER AIRCR.AFT (FL5XIBLE GUNNm.y TRAINIIn). USAF markings. USAF markings are the Nationid
Authority is granted to paint fighter aircraft used Star Insignia, the.markings USAF on the wing, tire
in flexible gunnery training, for the purpose of making marking U.S. AIR FORCE on fuselage and Raclio
gun camera attaches on bombardment aircraft, in Nurnbers on the vertica! stabilizer. Other mar.kings
suitable contrasting colors, where required, so that authorized by this technical order may be retained
the aircraJt will be readily distinguishable when on aircraft along with the USAF markings, if desired,
filmed against a cloud of terrain background. until USAF markings are rerncived.

3-74. pllot TR_A,INING. Helicopters used


IfiLICOFTERS,
b. Aircraft which are to be flown to destinations
ln pilot training may have the fuselage finished in by USAF pllote shatl have USAF markings (t\e
international orange, Color No. 12197; light yellow, markings USAF and U.S. AIR FORCE may be omitted)
Color No. 13655; or orange-yellow, Color No. 13bgg, wrtii title has passed to recipient country. At snch
for purpose of visibility. time lt shaU become the responsibility of the Chief
of the Air Force Section of the MAAG, or appro-
3-?5. AIR NATIoIAI GUARD An,CRATT.
priate military mission, to see that USAF matkings
are removed.'Hovever, should the MAAG determine
in speci-fic instances that the country does nct have
a. All Air National Guard a-ircraJt shall be the capability to install its insignia and markings,
marked with USAF markings with the exception of arrzlngements should be made with the appropriete
the identification numbers (tsuzz). AFLC agency to have this done during deprocessiag.

3- 13
Section Itr T.O. 1-1-4
Paragraph 3-?9
c. Aircraft being flown to this country from e. USAF markings may be appUed, using any
MAP countries by USAF pilots witl require USAF material or method that will last until the airiraft
markings. reaches t}re point of delivery.

3-78. AIRCRAFT AND MISSII,ES MARKING SPECI.


FICATIONS AND ILLUSTRATIONS.

d. Aircraft which are to be transported on board In order to standardize locations for exterior
of aircraft carriers but are flown off carriers at markings on USAF aircraJt and missiles specific
destination by USAF pilots shall be marked as in marking data as containeci in figrre 3-7 thru 3-65
paragraph b. shall be adhered to.

3- 14
T. O. 1-1-4 Section Iil

STAR SIZE

WHEN REFERENCE IS MADE TO SIZE OF


-_
iH'
INSIGNIA THE REFERE}.ICE IS TO
!z_E oF THE BASIC CTRCLE oN wHicH
THE WHITE STAR IS CONSTRUCTED, ,\ND
ryoJ.l0THE 0UTER EDGE OF THE'BLUE
OUTL IN E.

/
72O OR 5 EQUALLY SPACED
POINTS AROUND
CIRCUMFERENCE (TYP)

TEMPLATE OR STENCIL LAYOUT

116 RAD

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

.COLOR DIAGRAM
IX' , I] t;.,lSIGNtA RED

r-7- INSIGNIA BLUE

Figure 3-1. National Star hsignia.

3- 15
Scction III T.O. l-1-1r

INSIGNIA TO BE POSITIONED
lz3 THE DISTANCE FROM wlNG TIP 1

TO FUSELAGE

t\
'glI1

CONSTANT 50 PERCENT THESE LINES TO BE


CHORD LINE OF WING PARALLEL TO CHORD LINE
t IO PERCENT OF WING

,1
Figure 3-2. National Star Insignia on Swept Wings. .J
n

3- l6
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III

FORM OF LETTERS AND NUf*EIIA!.5

SINGTE STROKE GCITHilO VERTfiOAI TETTERIR{G

+,r {r^ffi i,.*#h{J -' '|I


E -1r'-,;.,-\]-J=l-J--l1-{

ih
tr.[-
: tt i-+-' I

-i i--}- t- "-i,!
i-f
i-f- - r?
-1l-t- -i :Il Ffitr =-* F
! .t ,.

r,,;,\ -1lil r1-,3


--l l---}j

lffi - it
--t':Y'./r1 -*:I: ;FT +(I:f
= iJr,F tr

'l-u
,+,: ;+r
lr lt Jtfi llil t-
r H'lri E \w;,
)_L \Tr "i-*;'}{- /1-
Ir :r-r-{
1ft1 -1-'
+# -i t-I*'f..r t.\ +F -r., ,/t;1I
ll lr

1#, 1 J"r,i t ft- i rsf


-li-i-
tl ll :1 i

+tr -h. -f
n/1_ F

TO BE 2/3 OF HEIGHT
WIDTH OF TETTERS iIM'' :

AND .IVV" SAME A5 HEIGHT


WIDTH OF LETTERS
WIDTH OF LETTER "I'' AND NUMERAL "I'' TO BE 1/6 OT HEIGHT
STROKE TO BE 1/6 OF HEIGHT
SPACE BETWEEN LETTERS AND NUMERALS TO BE 1/ 6 OF HEIGI-IT
SPACE BETWEEN WORDS TO BE 2/ 3 OF HEIGHT

VERTICALLY APPLIED I.ETTERING:


SPACE BETWEEN LETTERS AND NUMERALS 1/6 HEIGHT
SPACE BETWEEN WORDS SAME AS HEIGHT

Figure 3-3. Form of Letters and Numerals.

3-L7
ection III T.O. 1-1-4

33 IN. APPRO'1

-)

L-

R ED-BOTH SIDES
LACQUE R-CAMOUF LAGE.-B RIGHT RED
NO. 31I36, SPECIFICATION MIL.L.6B05.
BLACK LETTERS-BOTH SIDES
LACQUER-C,AMO UF LAG E-B LACK
NO. 37038, spEct F tcATtoN MtL-L-6805.

YELLOW BACKGROUND-ALL AROUND


LACQUE R_CAMOU F LAG E-ORANGE YE LL OW
NO. 33s38, SpECr FtcATION MIL-L_6805.

Figute 3-4. Helicopter Tail Boom itlarkings.

STENCIL LETTERS

l'i
f
RESGU
EMERGENCY ENTRANCE
PAINT BACKGROUNO OF
THE RESCUE BLOCK GLOSS
Y ELLOT{ NO. 13638,
FEDERAL STANOARO 595

CONTROL ON OTHER
t_ _I _t

L I
PAINT BACKGROUNO OF
THE PLACARO GLOSS BLACK
NO. 17038, FEOERAL
It
l;7
STANDARD 595
lotf: lattl Txrt ?L cAio ot lf,f 3lof of IHE
lltciatT rxAT r! o2tollrf tx: Irt:rxar
tttteftqy Jfrrrlor coxirot Aro Locllf
lr lat tlrt rrllrff llD rlTf^ (rrf.

Figure 3-5.1 Emergency Instruction ltlarkings.


T.O, l-l-4 Scction III

BORDER, COLOR GLO5S


AccEss oooR (REF) I
STENCIL LETTERS 2 IN. HIGH. BLACK NO, 17038,
COLOR GLOSs YELLOW
NO" I3538, FEDERAL
.. v.-<l COLOR GLOSS BLACK. NO. FEOERAL STANDAR9 595
17038, FEOERAL
STANDARO S9S a
STANOAR9 595

I OYP
t/,a (TYP)

ESGUE
ARROW, COLOR GLO5S
y tiLLOVr, NO. I 3536
'r-ibEneu sTANoARD sgs

I. BUTTOI\.I TO OPTru DOOR.


PUSH..T.'
llEx:I',1'"'#3,I5,'XlX' r u LL I HAf,J
2. PU
12.
--
t
ULE OUT
F{Al\ DLE 6 FE E T
l:,.T&: _b::-1',-'"1"".' ro JJETTISON
i TO ETTISON CA r{ CPY.
\I'-""""- /
t FcuEHAL 5l ANUARfi 5g5

s--- -/-- 7 L-. I


L STENCIL
--.
LETTERS ANO NUMERALS
| /-FUTELA.E (REF) S8li,i",. I IN. HIGH, COLOR GLOSS YELLOYI.
uP 'Eass""s:x!p:
FEDERAL .TANDAR' s95 NO. I3B3E. FEOERAL STANDARO 595

I
+ fvo i xorE: THrs rLLUsrFATroN snALL BE lpPLrcaalE To caxoPtEs
. l|o HllcHEs JETTlsolEo 0Y caRrf,locE ACiUATEO OEVICES f,oTE lx oRoER TO CLEAi OTXER X nXtt6 0n O"rr^r"r,o*a,rE
AXIS OF IHE LAi6E ARSOW XAY 8E ROIATEO 45' SELOW OR

xoTE. rxt.iEcoxxEloEo lisTRucrlo(s IRE TYPlcaL lro.rlY EE ASOVE THE XORIIOXIAL POSITIOi TAE AAROT IAY AE
ALIEREO TO SUIT SPECIFIC CATOPY OR XAICH IELEASE LOC TED FOR9ARO M AFT Of IBE TCCESS OOOR
txsTiucTrof,s.

Figure 3-6. Emergency Enrry llarkings"

l;tr

3-19
:

Section III ' T.O: 1-1-4

8-26 AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3.7)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A.. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 12 inches high -Code 15044

B. Ivlorlel Desigrration, Le[t side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircrait Serial Number only 1 inch ttigh.
and FueI Requirement

C. National Star Both sides.of fuselage 30-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044, Stars,
Bars - Code 178?5.
S';ripes - Code 509

D. National Star On under surface of 4O-lnch star Background, Border -


right wing and top Code 15044. Stars,
surface of left wing. ars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509..

E. USAF On top surface of Letters 30 iuches -Code 15044


" right wing and under high
surface. of left wing

!'. CalI Numbers vertical


Both sides of Numbers 12 inches -Code 1?038
stabilizer high

G. Conspicuity/ One inch clearance -Code 633


Marldngs
Arctic around all large
insignia and letter-
ing

H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage Code 37038


i.n front-of cockpit
I. Propeller On tuselage through 3 inches wide Band, Arrorvs,
Caution Band sarne plane of pro- Danger - Code 509.
'peller travel Propeller -
Code 17875.

J, Propeller Tips On botfisicles 4 inches tro- tr, -Code 33538


K. Identitication Both sides o[ fuselage Letters. and numbers -Code 15044
Letters and Numbers 12 inches high

3-20

I
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III

o 72.00
TYP
FOR
p
WINGS

o \

Figure 3-?. B-26 Aircraft Marking SpecificaHon.

3-21
secticn IrI T.o. 1-1-4

B-4? AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATIONS (SEE FIGURE 3-8)

1. IIIARKTNG 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 24 inches -code 15044
high

B. IlIodeI Designation, L'eft side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial Numbei only 1 inch high
and FueI Requirement

C. I.Iational Star Both sides o[ fuselage 5O-inch star Background, Border -'
Code 15044. Stars,
Bars, - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

National Star On under surface of SO-inch slar Backgr_o-und, B_order -


right wing and on top Code 15044' Stars'
'soita"e ot tett wing' ffi[;"":tXilur1.
E. USAF On top surface of right I'etters 36 inches -Code 15044
wing and on under sur- high
face of left wing :

F. call Numbers vertical


Both sides of Numbers 12 inches -code 1?038
stabil'izer high

One inch clearance


Code 633
G. /
Conspicuity
Arctic Uartdngs around all large insignia
and letterlng

o[ fuselage -Code 37038


H. Aati-Glare ToP
in front of cockPits

I. Jet warning stripe Around engine cowliag To 'be a 2-inch stripe -code 509
at Station 189.0 incompassing the lower
270 degrees oI the
engine cowling

J. Walkways Border 2 inches wide -code 1?038

3-22
T. O. 1-1-4 Section III

,}
Itn^it-l
r\r
...

?IJ\l
--o
II
tt
tt
|.',

STA
550.00

1c)
\

*l zz.oo

ORCE

f-l

SIDE YIEll/

Figure 3-8. B-4T Aircraft Marking Specification.


secLion Itr T'o' 1-1-4

B-50 AIRCRAFT MARIilNG SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3'9)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SrZE 4. COLOR

A. U.s. Air Force Boih sides o[ fuselage Letters 18 inches -code 15044
high

B. Model Desigrration, Lett side of fuselage Letters and numbers -code 17038
lircraft Serial N"muer only 1 inch high
and FueI Requirement

c. Nationar star Both sides or ruserage 50-inch star


iiifi8$fl
Stripes -
ffi|i
Code 509.

D' Nationalstar 5'-inchstar


l$,fH?il,tl"fu E:j:TJif'
Stripes -
$;it'
Code 509.

E.USAFontopsurfaceotrightLetters60inches-Code15044
wing and under surtace high
of left wing

F. CalI Numbers vertical


Both sides of Numbers 18 inches -Code 17038
stabilizer high

G. /
Conspicuity One inch elearance -Code 633
Arctic Markings around all large
insigrria and lettering

H. propeller Cautioh On fuselage through 3 incLes wide Band,-Arrows -


Band same plarie of pro- Code 504' Danger -
peller travel ProPeIIer - Code
17875.

I. propeller Tips on botlr sides 6 lnches from tip -code 33538

3-24
T.O. 1-1-4 Sectirrn III

STA STA
510.00 510.00
STA
ST (R EF) (REF) STA
850. 850.00
99 sra STA
iltm
r
(R EiF) i iREi:)
I
-1 61.00

7.00
I

E R.B A T:!A
L5&l{t _

-/

TOP VIEly

RUDDER HINGES

TO BE CENTERED
BETWEEN TOP
AND BOTTOM OF
FUSE LAG E

BOTTOM OF CALL NUMBERS


TO BE IN LINE WITH BOTTOM
SIDE VIEI{ OF HINGE, AND CENTERED
TO BE CENTERED
BETWEEN TOP
AND BOTTCM OF
FUSELAG E

Figure 3-9. B-50 Aircratt Marking Specification.

3- 25
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

B-52 AIRCRAFT MARKTNG SPECIFTCATTON (SEE FTGURE 3-10)

1. MARKTNG 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Fprce Both sides of fuselage Letters 36 iaches -Code 1b044
high
B. Model Designation, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial Number 1 inch high
and FueI Requirement

C. National Star Both sides of tuselage 60-inch star Background, Border -


Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 178?5.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National Star Top ot left wing only 60-inch star lagfrgryu1f,, Border -
Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 1?8?8.-
Stripes - Code 509.
'Top
E. IISAF ot right wing only Letters 60 inches -Code 15044
high

F. CaIl Numbers Both sides of vertical Numbers 18 inches -Code 1?038


stabilizer high

G. Conspicuity/ One inch clearance -Code 633


Markings
Arctic around all large
insignia and lettering
H. Anti-Glare Top ot fuselage in -Code 3?038
front of cockpit, and
in forrryard of aft
radome

I. Walkways Border 2 inches wide -Code 1?038

3-26
T. O. 1-1-4 Section III

- sTA 485.70

t\{
172.00 -*1"'"F

TOP VIEW

SIDE VIEW

Figure 3-10. B-52 Aircraft Marking Specification.

3-2',1
'section III T.O. 1-1-4

B-57 AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFTCATTON (SEE rrcURE 3-11)

1. },{ARKING 2. LOCATION 3. gtzE 4, COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 18 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Model Designation, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial |.[rrm!91 only 1 inch high
and FueI Requirements

c. National star Both sides ot fuselage 35-1nch star


|ff[ffffi_.j i?:|;l-
B'ars - Code 1?8?5.
Strlpes - Code 509.

D. Natlonal Star On under surface of 60-inch star Background, Border -


. right wing and topsur- Code 15044. Stars,
. face of left wing Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF On top surface of right Letters 50 inches -Code 15044


wing, ulder surface of htgh
lett wing
F. CalI Numbers Both sldes of vertlcal Numbers 12 inches -Code 1?038
stabilizer hlgh )

G. Consplcuity/ One inch clearaace -Code 633


Arctic Marldngs arould all large insignla
and letteria

H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage ln -Code 37038


front of cockplt

- Stripe
Jet Warnlng 2 turcheswlde -Code 509

J. Turblne V/heel 2 lnches wlde -Code 509 .


Warning Stripe

3-28
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III

TOP YIEI'{

SIDE VIEW

Figure 3-11. B-57 Aircratt Marking Specification.

3-29
section Itr T'o' 1-1-4

B-58 AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3.12)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U. S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 18 inches -Code 15044


high

B. Model DesigrraHon, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 17038
Aircratt serial Number 1 inch high
and Fuel Requirement

C. National Star Both sides o[ fuselage 3O-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National Star On upper surface of 55-inch star Backgrogl$, Border,


Bars - Code 17875.
.leftvingonly-CodeL5044.Stars, ' StriPes - Code 509'

E.USAFonuppersurfaceofLetters50inches-Code15044
right wing onlY high'

F. Call Numbers vertical


Both sides of Numbers 12 inches -Code 1?038
sta.bllizer hish

G. /
Conspic'ulty One lnch clearance Code 633
Arctic lfartOngs around all large insignia
and lettering

H. AnU-GIare Top of fuselage in tront -Code 37038


of cockplt

I. Walkways Border 2 inch wide -code 1?038

3-30
T. O. 1-1-4 Section Itr

tfl
t

l*""i

v
WING,STA. WING STA.
297.50 577.39

TOP VIEW LOCATE ON WL 2O5.OO WITH FIRST


NUMERAL TO BE PLACED AS NEAR AS
POSSIBLE TO LEADING EDGE TO BE
PLAINLY VISIBLE FROM SIDE. LAST
NUMERALS SHOULD NOT FALL AFT OF
.MAXIMUM AIRFOIL CAMB ER.

norr* LINE 152.0

f WATER LINE 205

I;J
SIDE VIEI./

Figure 3-12. B-58 Aircraft Marking Sp""ifi*tio*


3-31
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

8-66 ATRCRAFT MARKTNG SPECInCATION (SEE FIGURE 3-13)

1. MARKING 2, LOCATION 3. S]IZE. 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Alr Force Bbth sides of fuselage Letters 18 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Ivlodel Deslgnation, Lett slde of fusetage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircraft Seria1 Number only 1 inch high
and Fuel Requirement

C. National Star Both sides of fuselage 50-lnch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044, Stars,
Bars - Code 178?5.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National star :,?,f*il*'Hfffn"t


S5-inch star H[fiffi.i*X"j
surface.of tett wlng -
Bars Code 17875.
Strlpes - Code 509.

E. USAF On top surface of right Letters 30 inches -Code 15044


wing and under surface; hlgh
of left wing

F. CalI Numbers vertical


Both sides of Number 12 tnches -Code 1?038
stabi-Iizer high

G. /
Conspicuity One inch clearance Code 633
Arctic Markings around aI1 large inslglia
and lettering
H. Aati-Glare Top of fuselage in front Code 37038
of cockpit and inboard
nacelles

I. Jet Warning Stripe Two stripes 2 iaches -Code 509


wide

J. Starter Turbine 2 inches wide -Code 509


Warning Stripe

K. Walkways Border 2 inches -Code 1?038


wide

3- 32
T.O. 1-1-4 Section Il-I

f
AILERON HINGE POINT

TOP VIEl'{

Zr.**l

SIDE VIEW

Figure 3-13. B-66 Aircraft Marking Specification.


Sectioa III T.O. 1-1-4

C-47/C-LL? AIRCRAFT MARiSNG SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3.:.4)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 12 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Mode1 Designation, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 17038
Serial Number and only - 1 inch high
Fuel Requirement

C National Star Both sides of fuselage 50-1nch star Background, Eorder,


Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.
D. National Star On under surface of . 5O-inch star Background, Border, :

right wing and top Code 15044. Stars,


surtace of left wing Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF On top surface of Letters 50 inches -Code 15044


right wing and under high
surface of left tving
.
F" Call Numbers Botlt sides o[ vertical 12 iaches high -Code 1?038
stabilizer
G. Conspiculty/ One ineh clearance -Code 633
Markings
Arctic around all large insignia
and lettering

H. Anti-Glare Top o[ fuselage in front -Code 3?038


of cockpit, and inboard
nacelles

I. Propeller Caution On fuselagethrough 3 iaches wide Band, Airowsl


Band same plane of pro- Danger -Code 509.
peller travel Propeller - Code
1?8?5

J. Propeller tips On both sides 4 iaches from tip -Code 33538

3-34
/
T.O. 1-1-4 Section Itr

STA
15.00
(REF
STA
63.00
(RE F)

72"

STA
-- 3,l2.5
(REF)

STA
348.00
(REF)

TOP VIEW

STA
63. 00
(REF)
STA
STA 500. 00
ST A (REF)
20. 00 l0 3. 00 STA
(REF) (R EF) 56.00
(REF)
t"l
I ++
"l

STA
72.00
(REF)

stDE vlElv

Figure 3- 14. C - 17 i C - L17 Aircraf t Ivlarking Sp eci fication.

3- 35
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

C.54 AIRCRAFT MAP"KING SPECIFICATiON (SEE FIGURE 3.15)

1. MAP.KING 2. LOCATION 3. SrZE ,1. col,oR

A. U. S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 18 inches -Code 15044


high

ll. Idodel Desigrration, Lett side of fuselage Letters and numbere -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial. Number ohly 1 inch high
a:rd FueI Requirement

C :ational Star Bottr sides of fuselage 45-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Strlpes - Code 509.
D. National Star On Under surface o[ 60-inch star Background, Border,
right wing and top -Code 15044. Stars,
surface of left ving Bars - Code 178?5.
Stripes - Code b09.

E. USAF On tcp srrrface o[ 60 inches high -Code 15044


right wing and under
surface of left wing

F. CaLl Nunnbers Botfi sides of vertical. . 12 inches high -Code 1?038


staliIizsl
G. Conspiculty/ One inch clearance -Code 633
Mart<ings
Arctic around all large
insignia and IetterinC
H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage ia -Code 37038
front of cockpit
I. PropelJer Caution On tuselage and inboard 3 lnches wlde Bands, Arrows,
BanC engiae cowling through Danger - Code 509.
same plane of propeller Propeller - Code
tra'rel 1?875.

J. Tips
Propeller On both sides 4 inches from tlp -Code 33538

ii. Walkways Border 2 tnches wide -Code 1?038

3-36
T.O. 1-1-4 Section Ifl

CENTER BETWEEN
DE-ICER BOOT AND ENTER BETWEEN
AILERON DE.ICER BOOT AND
AIL ERON

INBOARD EDGE
OF AILERON
INBOARD EDGE
OF AILERON

TOP VIEIY

STA
19s.00

L,ETTERS BOTTOM
ON STRINGER 2I

STA STA
788.00 911.00

SIDE VIElv

. Figure 3-15. C-54 Aircraft Marking Specitication.

3-37
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

C-9? AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATIONS (SEE FIGURE 3-16)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. IJ.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 30 inches -Code 15044
high

B" Model Designation, Lett side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial Nrrmber 1 inch high
and Fuel Requirement

C. National Star Both sldes of fuselage 50-lnch star Background, Border.


=Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.
D National star 3,1#iilfHf,.o"r"t
5'-inch star 3s:5rr"#*.'rii.'"';
surfaee of left ving Bars - Code 178?5.
Stripes - Code 509.
E. USAF '-Code
On top surface of right lietters 60 inches 15044
wiag aad under surface high
of left wing
F. CaIl Numbers Both sldes of verHcal Numbers 18 inches -Code 1?038
. stabiliTer trigh

G. /
Canspicuity One inch clearance -Code 633
Arctic Markings il"'r$irSrr'ffi""r*
H. Propeller Caution On fuselage and inboard 3 inches wide Band, Arrows,
Band engine cowlings through Danger - Code b0g.
of propeller .Propeller - Code
iffi:rplane 178?5.

I. Propeller Tips On botlr sides 6 inches from tip -Code 33538


J. .ilalkways Border 2 inches wide -Code 1?038

3-38
T. O. 1-1-4 Section Il1

-l t- :* "'
STA
STA
510.00
5t0.00

,'l a t:r --::i4i-;


\Ei, .'.1 tr __=i,;J
r::: .. i
ed &.tfl

tz.oo
I

TOP VIEW

STA
9l 0. 00

i----t
1l SKIN BREAK
NO.2l__
.I_UJ. AIR t0RCt

REASE LINE
STA
83

SIDE VIEI{

Figure 3-16. C-9T Aircraft Markiag Specification.

3-39
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

C-118 AIRCRAFT M}.RKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3-17)

1. MARKTNG 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOn

A. U. S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 24 inches -Code 15044


high

B. Model Designation, Left sjcle of fuselage Letters and number -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
and FueI Requirement

C. National Star Both sides of fuselage . 40-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

f \ational Star On under'surface of 60-1ncli star Background, Border.


right wing and top -Code 15044. Stars,
surface of lett wing Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF On top surface of right Letters 60 inches -Code 15044


wing and under surface high
Ieft wlng f\,.
i\
tJ
F. CaII Numbers Both sldes of vertlcal 16 lnches high -Code 1?038
stabilJzer

G. Conspicuity/ One inch clearance -Code 633


Markings
Arctic around all large insignia
and lettering
H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage ln front -Code 37038
of cockpit
I. Propeller Caution On fuselage urd inboard 3 inches wlde Band, Arrows -
Band engine cowling through Danger - Code 509.
same plane o[ propel]er Propeller - Code
blade travel 17875.

J. Propeller Tlps On both sides 4 lnches from tip -Code 33538

3-40
T. O. 1-1-4 Section Itr

TCENTER BETY/EEN
\ r;e-tcrn Boor AND
\ rrr-rnoN

r
I
rl

72.00
TYP INBOARD EDGE
OF AILERON lNBOARD EDGE
OF AILERON

CENTER BETWE
DE.ICER BOOT AND
AILERON

TOP VIEul

SIDE YIEII

Figure 3-1?. C-i18 Aircraft Marking Specification.

3-41
Section Itr T.O. 1-1-4

c-119 AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECTFTCATION (SEE FTGURE 3-18)

1. MARKTNG 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force BotI sides of fuselage L.etter 18 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Model Designation, Left siae oi fuselage .Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Ailcraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
and Fuel Requirement

C.. National Star BotJ: sides of fuselage 45-inch star Background, Border,
-Code 15044. Stars,
' Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National Star On under surface of 60-hch star Background, Border,


right wing and top Code 15044. Stars,
surtace.of left wing Bars - Code 17875.
. Stripes - Code 509.
E. USAF On top surface of right Letters 60 inches -Code 15044
wing and under surface high
of left wlng
F. CaIl Numbers On outboard side o[ Numbers 12 inches -Code 1?038
each vertical stabil- high
Lzet

G. /
Conspicuity One inch clearance Code 633
Arctic Markings around all large
insignia and lettering
H, Anti-Glare Top of fuselage in -Code A?0Jg
. i front of cockplt
i. Propeller Cautlon On fuspllage through 3 inches wide Band, Amow,
Band same plane of pro- Danger - Code 509.
peller travel , - Code
I,i;,fflter
J. Propeller Tips On both sides 4 inches frbm tip --Code 33538

3-42
T. O. 1-1-4 Section IE

La.oo
ln

REAR
SPAR
q-

LETTERING STARTS 6.00 TOP VIEW


FORWARD OF STA 33.00 SO
Tl-lAT LETTERING DOES
NOT FALL IN AREA OF DOOR
tvt NDow
STA
33.00
(REF)
TRAILING EDGE
OF WING

stDE vtEw

Figure 3-18. C-119 Aircraft Marking Specification.

3-43
iection IIr T'o' 1-1-4

C-TLI AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATION (SEE F'IGURE 3-19)


\
1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR t

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 24 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Model Designation, Left side of fuselage Letters and number -Code 17038
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
and lruel Requirement

C. National Star Both sides of fuselagel 50-iflch star Background, Border,


Star to be centerecl on -Code L5044' Stars,
6 Iine
a 12 .innhac
rih^ ie inches l-ralnw
below '
Bars - Code 17875.
bottom of windows Siripes - Code 509'

D. National star on under surface of 50-inch star Backgrorurd, Border,


rightwingandtop-Code15044.Stars, Bars - Code 178?5.
, . so-rfa-ce of tett.rirrg
Stripes - Code 509.

E.USAFontopsurfaceotrightLetters60inches-Code15044
wlng and under surfaee
of left ving

F. Call Numbers On outside surface of Numbers 16 inches -Code 17038 I\


each outboard vertical htgh l{

stabilizer
clearance Code 633
G. /
Conspicuity One inch
Arctic Markings around all large insignia
and letterin
H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage in front -Code 37038
of cockpit
.:
I. Propeller Caution On fuselage and inboard 3 inches wide ?11-.P*Ilt,'^
engine cowling through Arrolrys - uoqe .^"
cuu'
Bartd - code

,l
;m: *n:toiP"oPe["' I'il'ff.u""
J. .Propeller Tips on both sides 6 tnches trom tip -code 33538

3
d
i"!

3-44
/
t3,::: .:...-\

l__u '1. i!.:'!f::'1,

5.00
STA
8.00 668.00

.TOP VIElv

LETTERS TO BOTTOM
ON STRINGER NO. 50
SIDE VIEW

Figure 3-19. C-L?L Aircraft Marking Specification.

3-45
Section Itr T.O. 1-1-4

C-L23 AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3-20)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR


.

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 18 inches -Code 15044
trigh

B. Morlel Desigrration, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircralt Serial Number, or-rly 1 inch high
and FueI Requirement

C \ational Star Both sides of fuselage 50-1nch star Background, Border


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National Star On under surfaee of 60-inch star Background, Border,


right wing and top Coae fOO+4. Stars,
surface of Ieft wing Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF On top surface of right Letters 60 inches -Code 15044


wing and under surface high
of left wirg

F. Call Nurnbers Both sides of vertical Number 18 inches -Code 17038


stabilizer high

G. Conspicuity / One inch clearance Code 633


Arctic Markings around all large
insignia and lettering

H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage in Code 37038


front of cockpit
.l ,;'

I. Propeller Caution On tuselage ttrrough 3 inches Band, Arrows,


Band same plane of propeller Danger - Code 500.
travel Propeller - Code
. 17875.

J. Propeller Tlps On both sides 6 inches from tlp -Code 33538

3-46
T.O. 1-1-4 .
Section p

*l ,,*

TOP VIE"Y

SIDE VIEl{

Figure 3-20. C-L23 Aircrafl. Ir{arking Speciiication.

3-47
Section Itr T.O. 1-1-4

C.724 AIRCRAFT MARifiNG SPECIFICATION (SEE TIGURE 3-21)

1. MARKTNG 2. LOCATION 3. STZE 4. COLOR


I
I

A. U. S. Air Force Botfi sides of fuselage Letters 30 inches -Code 15044


bigh

B, illodel Designation, Le[t slde of fuselage Letters aad numbers -Code 1?038
Aircratt Serial Number (see paragraphs 3-30
and FueI Requirement thru 3-31)
C \ational Star Both sides of fuselage 5O-inch star Background, Border
-Code 15044. SkE,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National Star On under surface o[ 5O-inch star Background, Border


right wiag and top -Code 15044. Stars,
surface of left vlng Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.
E. USAF On top surface ot right Letters 60 inches -Code 15044
riling and under surface high
of left wing
F. Call Ngmbers Both sides of vertibal Numbers 18'inches -Code 17038
stabilizer high

G. Conspicuity/ One inch clearance -Code 633


Mar'cings
Arctic around large insignia
. and lettering

H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage ln front -Code 3?038


. .i of cockpit
I. Propeller Caution On fuselage and inboard 3 inches wide Band, Arrows,
Band engine cowling through Danger - Code 509.
same plane of propeller Propel.ler - Code
travel 17875

J. Propeller Tips On botlt sldes 6 lnches from tlp -Code 633

K. Walkways Border 2 inches wide -Code 1?038

3-48
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III

CENTERED BETWEEN FRONT


AND AFT SPAR

I
I

TOP YIEW

oooooooo
o o o o o I'rToo
[_\-l
,.*-J

slDE vlEw

Figure 3-21. C-124 Aircraft Marking Specification.


I ,;

Section Itr T.O. 1-1-4

c:130 ATRCRAFT MARKiNG spEcIr,IcATIoN (sEE FrcuRE g-22)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. StzE 4. COLOR

A. U,S. Air Force Boilr sides of fuselage Letters 20 inches _Code 18044
high
B: Designation, Left side of fuselage
Model Letters aad numbers
Aircraft Serial Number only - (see paragraphs B-30
-Code .1?0Bg
and Fuel Requirement thro S_Sfi ..
C. National Star Both sldes of fuselage 5O-inch star Background, Border,
r Code 18044. Sars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.
D. National star sO-inch star ,, Bl.[s_o]lg:
:r?#ffiJ5f;r"" Border,
surrace oi rert wing ;::3"-t33i:'r.irH.",
Stripes - Code 509.
E. usAF on top surface of Letters 50 inches -code 18044
riglrt wing and under high
suriace of left wing
F. caII Numbers Both sides of vertical N,rnber 1g inches -code 1?03g
stabillzer
G. Conspicuity/ One inch clearance -Code 633
Arctic Markings around all large
insigaia and markings
H. Jet warning stripe Around each engine 2 inches wide -code EOg
nacelle, and on left
wheel pod only
'i._.i

I. Propeller Caution on fuselage through 3 inches wide Band-Arrows,


Band . same plane of pro- Danger - CoaL SOS.
peller travel propeller _ Code
L7875.
J. Tlps
Propelrer on both sldes 6 inches fromtip -code 33538
K. Wa-lkways Border 2 inches -Code 1?0Sg
wide

3-50
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III

,,P,
I

t-

STA
r s7.00

STA STA
172.00 357.0c

STA
159.00
STA
379-0o

Figure 3-22. C-130 Aircraft Marking Specification.

3- 51
Section III T.O.. 1-1-4

C-T3L/T-29 AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3.23)

1. MARKING 2, LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Botfi sides of fuselage Letters 18 lnches -Code 15044
high
ts. Model Designation, Left side of tuselage . Letters and numbers -Codd 1Z0Sg
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 lnch high
and Fuel Requirement

C. National Star Both sides of fuselage 4O-inch star Background, Border


, .: -Code 15044. Stars,
ars - Code 1ZgZb.
Strlpes - Code 509.
D. National Star On under surface of 4O-tnch star Background, Border
. riglt wing and top Code 15044. Stars,
' surface of left wing Bars - Code l?g?b.
Stripes - Code 509.
E. USAF On top surface of rlght Letters 40 inches -Code 15044
wing and under surface high
ot left wing
F.Ca]'lNumbersBothsidesverticalNumbers12inches.Code1?038
stabilizer . high
G, ConspicuiJy/ One inch clearance Code 633
Arciic Markings around large insignla
and lettering -

H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage ln Code 633

r':ibperler caution
L. on fuselage through 3 inches wlde' Band, Arrovs,
Band same plane of pro- DaogLr - Coae SOg.
peller blade travel propeller - Code
. 1?875.
J. Propeller Tips on both sides 4 inches from tip -code 3383g
K. Iclentification Both sides of fuse- Letters and numbers -Code 15044
Nurnber (T-29 Onfy) hge 16 lnches high

3- 52
T.O. 1-1:4 Section III

*1
IJ$AEE..E

c-_

E.

TOP VIEW

(T.29 ONLY)

stDE vtEw

Figure 3-23. C-L}L/T-29 Aircraft Markiag Specification.

3-53
section Itr T'o' 1-1-4

IVIARKTNG SPECIFTCATION
(SEE FIGURE 3'24)
C-133 AIRCRAFT

2, LOCATION 3' SIZE 4' COLOR


1. }I.{RKING

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage !.u$"'s 30 inches -Code 15044
ttigh

"
B.ModelDestgnation,LeftsideoffuselageLettersandnumbers.Codel?038
(See paragraphs 3-30
Aircratt serial Number only' ttru
ffi;;;i R;q"i**u"t" 3-31)

, , National Star sides of tuselage 45-inch star :S:[fi#fi. T*?


-Both Bars - Code 1?875.
Stripes - Code 509.

star 45-inch star


D. Nationar
l[t"ifi_:[,m:I,j
surtace ot left wing
:*l{rH* ii#,
*"ip"u --Coa" SOS.

E. usAF
50 inches -code 15044
:[Ifr_ffir;"iff.""
surface of left wing .
il?T"r"

Botfi sides o[ vertical Numbers 18 inches -Code 17038


F. CalI Numbers high
stabiltzer
-Code 633
G. /
Conspicuity One inch clearance
Arctic Vtartcings around all large
insignia and lettering

Stripe a' 33 inches aft ot 2 lnches wide -Code 509


H. Jet Warning
att edge engine cowlingl
:., ,i completely circle each
naceIIe.
b" 20 inches forward
of aft edge of engine cow-
Iing; bottom of each en-
gin-e nacelle below HTP"
;" Lett wheel 1rcd onlY'
On fuselage tl'rough-- 3 inches vide Band' Arrows'
I. Propeller Cauflon same plane oi p"o"peuer
Dang'er - Code 509'
Band travel - Code
blade i,il,f'tU""
ii'
J.PropellerTlpsonbothsides6irrchesfromtip.CodeS3538
K.Walkwaysorder2incheswide-Code17038

3-54
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III

r-CENTER
. BETWEEN
WINGS SPARS

l_,/,,,,
EDGE OF WING EDGE OF WING
JOINT FAIRING JOINT FAIRING

11; ,r;i'

REF
-FUS
PLAN E

STA - STA
978.00 1946.90 1300. I25

SIDE VIEI{

Figure 3-24. C-133 Aircraft Markiag Specitication.

3- 55
section IIr T'o' 1-1-4

C-135 AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIflCATION (SEE FIGURE 3.25)

1.. MARKINGS 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U. S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 30 inches -Code 15044


high

B. ModelDesigrration, Le[t slde.ot aircratt Letters ald numbers -Code 17038


Aircraft Serial Numbei only (see paragraphs 3-30
and Fuel Requirement thru 3-31)

C. National Star Bottr sides of fuselage 55-inch star BackgTo!]l$, Border,

: ;::3"-Hi:',f"ff:'
StriPes - Code 509.

D. srar Eb-inch star


.National lfi,fffiJ5lt"r"r
oi ten wing
:S:5fr#* ii"TJ;
"'r""f"ce 3rffi;:"3:#B[3:
E. USAF On top surface of right Letters 55 lnches -Code 15044
ving and under surface high
of left wing

F. Catl Numbers Both sides of vertlcal Numbers 18 inches trtgh -Code 1?038
stabilizer high

G. /
Conspicuity One inch clearance -Code 633
Arctic Mirkings around a1l large insignia
and lettering

H. Anti-Glare Top of tuselage tn front' Code 37038


of cockplt
.i; ri Jet Warning Stripe Arouno each nacelle 2 inches wide -Code 509
cowling

J. Starter Turbine Around bottom half of 2 inches wlde -Code 509


Wheel Warning Stripe each engine nacelle

3- 56
T. O. 1-1-4 Section III

STA
178.00

LOCATE BOTTOM OF
lvHITE BAR ON q 0F
OUTBD WING REAR SPA?

STA
I23.00
TYP
STA
200. 50
TYP -

WING .\9 , \C
OUTBD
-
REAR SPAR - \-- . OUTBD WING
E.
i REAR SPAR

l.- | ,Nlce ul r f* zz.oo

TOP VIEW

SIDE YIEW

Figure 3-25. C-135 Aircraft Marking Specification.

3- 57
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

c-140 AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECTFICATTON (SEE FIGURE 3-26)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U. S. .Air Force Both sides of tuselage Letters 12 inches -Code 15044


high
B. lIodel DesignaHon, Left slde of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 lnch high
and FueI Requirement

C. l'iational Star Both sldes of engiae 20-inch star Background, Border,


nacelle code 1s044. stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

surface of left wing Bars - Code 1?8?b.


Stripes - Code 509.
E. USAF On under surface of Letters 30 inches -Code 15044
left wing and on top high
. suriace of right ving
F. CalI Numbers Both sldes of vertical |.[rrm!g1s 8 tnches -Code 1?038
stabllizer high

G. Conspicuity/ One'inch clearance -Code 683


Martdngs
Arctic around large lasigrrla
and marldng

H. And-Glaie Top of fuselage in tront -Code 3?03g


of cockpit
' Jet warning stripe Around each nacelle 2 inches wide -code s09
cowling

3-58
T.O. 1-1-4

Figure 3-26. C-140 Aircraft Marking Specification.


3-59
Section III T.O. 1_1_4

C-141 A]RCRAFT MA.RKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3.2?)

1. M.A,RKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. coLoR i

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 21 inches -Code 15044
high

9: Model Designatiou, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -code


Aircratt Serial Number 1 inch high
1?0Bg
and Fuel Requirement

C. National Star Both sides of fuselage SO-lnch star Background,. Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.
D' Nationar star star
:,?rfH*'l1l?r"l
surface of left wing
s0-inch
lS:lE i#&.ii*X-t
Bars _ Coae-fZgi6.
Stripes - Code 509.
E. USAF Cin under surface of Letters E0 inches -Code 15044
left wing and top high
surface of left wing
F. CaII Numbers Both sides of vertlcal Numbers 1g inches -Code 1?03g
stabilizer high
)
G. Conspicuity/ One iach clearance -Code 633
Arctic Marldngs around all large insignia
and letterinC

H. Jet Warning Stripe Around each nacelle 2 inches wtde _Code EOg
cowling
Walkways Strlpes 2 inches wide -Code 1?0Bg

3-60
T. O. 1-1r4 Section III

TOP YIEW

STA
1382.00

WL
200. c0

STA
I5{8.00
SIDE VIEl{

Figure 3-27. C-141 Aircraft Marking Specification.

3-61
:.

Section Itr T.O. 1-1-4

F-4 ATRCRAFT MARKTNG SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3-28)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of frrselage Letters 12 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Model Designation, Left side of fuselage Letters and, numbers -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
and FueI-Requirement

C. National Star Both sides of fuselage S0-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044" Stars,
Bars - Code 1?8?5.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National Star ' On r:nder surface of 4S-inch star Background, Border,


right wing' and top -Code 15044. Stars,
surface of left wing Bars - Code 1?B?5.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF on top surface of Letters 25 inches -code 15044


right wings and under high
surface of lett wing

F. Call Numbers Both sides of vertical. Nurabers 12 inches -Code 17038


stahilizsl high

G. Conspiculty/ One inch clearance -Code 633


Arctic Markings around all large insignia
and marLCngs

H. Jet lVarning Stripe Around fuselage 2 inches wide -Code 17038

I. Identification Both sides o[ fuselage Letters ald numbers -Code 15044


I '+ters and Numbers 12 inches high

3-62
T.O. 1-1-4

A
F
B'
LETTERS TO BE PARALLEL TO CHORD
LINE OF WING AND LOGATED
APPROXIMATELY AS SHOWN
LOCATE INSIGNIA WITH BARS PARXLLEL TO CHORD
LINE OF WING AND CIRCUMFERENCE TANGENT TO
AILERON CUT-OUT APPROXIMA,TELY AS SHOWN

48.00
TYP FOR
WINGS

TOP VIE!{

FORWARD EDGE OF "R'' TO LINE


UP WITH FORWARD EDGE OF 3IL
DOOR AND TOP LINE OF LETTERS
6 INCHES BELOW TOP OF DOOR.
(DOOR NOT SHOWN)

6-U
(APPROX)

U. S. AIR FORCE FJ-I6

AFT EDGE OF LAST NUIIBER TO LINE UP WITII


SIDE VIEW AFT EDGE OF 132 DOOR (DoOR NOT SHoWN)

Fignre 3-28. F-4 Aircraft Martriag Specification.


Sestion III T.O. 1-1-4

F-5 AIRCRAFT MA-RKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3-29)

1. IV:ARKTNG 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Eoth sldes of fuselage Letters 12 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Model Desigtation, Left side of fuselage Letters arrd numbers -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
and FueI Requirement

C. National Star Both sldes of fuselage 20-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.
D. National star fl?#ffiJ5l"ff tr,
2o-lnch star Background, Border
-Code 15044. Stars,
surface of left wlng Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF On top surface of right Letters 20 inches -Code 15044


wirrg under surface of higlt
left wtng
F. Qaf[ \[rrrn!s1s Bot]r sldes of vertical Nu:nbers g inches -Code 1?038
slalllizgs trigh I

G. Conspicuity/ One'lnch clearance -Code 633


Arctic Martdags around all large iqsignia
and letterinC

H. AnU.-Glare Top of fuselage -Code 37038

I Identificatlon BotI sldes o[ fuselage Letters and nnmbers -Code 15044


.ters and Numbers 12 inches high

J. Jet Warnlng Around fuselage 2 lnches wide -Code 509


Stripe

3-64
T. O. 1-1-4 Section III

F
I
\

TOP VIEW

_T
48.00

SIDE VIEW

Figure 3-29. F-5 Aircratt Marking Specilication.


3-65
Sectian Itr T.O. 1-1-4

r-RF84 AIRCRAFT I,IA:IKING spEcIF"IcATIoN (sEE FIcuRE B-s0)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATICN 3. StzE 4. col.oR

A' u.s. Air Force Both sides of tuselage Letters 12 inches -code 18044
high
B. llodel Designation, Left side of fuselage Letters aad numbers -Code 1?03g
Aircraft Serial Number only - 1 inch high
and l'uel Requirement

? National Star Botfi sides of tuselage 35-lnch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.
D. National Star On under surface of 4O-inch star Background, Border,
right wiag and top _Cod6 LEO44. stars,
surface of left wing bars - Code Llgil.
Stripes _ Code S09.
E. USAF On top surface of right Letters 3E inches -Code 15044
wing and under surface high
of left wing
F. call Numbers Both sides of vertical Numbers g inches -code 1?03g
stabilizer high
G. Conspicuity/ One irrch clearance _Code 638
Markings
Arctic around all large insignia
and markings

H. Aati-Glare Top of fuselage in front -Code 37038


of cockpit
i. Identification Both sides of tuselage Letters and numbers -code 1b044
Letters ald Numbers 12 lnches high

J. Jet Warning Stripe Around fuselage 2 inches wlde _Code bOg

3- 66
T. O. 1-1-4

INSIGNIA TO BE TANGENT
TO AILERON EUTOUT

TOP VIEYI

;;,,--:-U.5.
.r- . _. :.".. -:ri
!it:i.t :.1..:1

SIDE VIEyI

Figure 3-30. f/RF-84 Aircratt Ivlarking Specilication.


3- 67
Sectlon Itr T.O. 1-1-4

F-86 AIRCRAFT MARIIING SPECIHCATiON (SEE FIGURE S-81)

1. MARKTNG 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR


I

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of tuselage Letters 15 inches -Code 15044
high

E. Model Designation, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1703g
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
and Fuel Requirement

C r'Ialional Sbar Both sldes of fuselage 2linch star Background, Border


-Code 1S04,i. Stars,
tsars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.
D' Nationar star 3t?,ri;{JHlt"n.' 40-inch star :a:5ri#&. "8iif""l
surface of left wing Bars - Code 178?5.
Stripes - Code 509.
E. USAF On top surface ot rlglrt Letters 30 iaches -Code 15044
wing and under surface high
of left wing
F. CaII Numbers Both sides of vertical Numbers 8 inches -CoCe 1?038
stabilizer high

G. Conspicuity/ One inch clearance -Code 633


Markings
Arctic around all large
insignia and markings
H. Anti-Glare Top of. fuselage -Code 3?038
in front of cockpit

I. Identification Both sides of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 15044


Letters and Numbers 15 inches high.

J. Jet Warning Stripe Around fuselage 2 lnches wide -Code 509

3-68
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III

2ro,r.L
a

Figure 3-31. F-86 Aircratt Marking Specification.


Section III T.O. 1-1-4

F-89 AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3-32)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. S1ZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 12 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Model Desigration, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 17038
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
and Fuel Requirement

C. National Star Both sides of fuselage 25-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 1?875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National Star O.o.Td:" surrace of 4S-inch star Background, {r.der,


right wing and top' -Code 15044. Stars,
surface of left wing Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAT On top surface of right Letters 45 inches -Code 15044


wing and under surface high
of left wing
F. CafI Numbers Both sides of vertical Numbers 12 inches -Code 1?038
stabi-l.izer high

G. Conspicuity/ Outboard 180 degrees -Code 633


Markings
Arctic of tip tanks

H. Aati-Glare -Code 3?038

r. Identitication Both sides o[ fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 15044


Letters and Numbers 12 inches high

J. jet Warning Stripe Each side of tuselage 2 inches vide -Code 509

3-70
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III

TOP VIEW

SIDE VIEW

Figure 3-32. F-89 Aircratt Marking Specification.


_t
3-?1
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

r-1OO AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATION (SET] flGURE 3.33)


1
.. ,l

3. 4. ./
1. MARKING 2. LOCATION SIZE COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage LOtters 15 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Model Desigrration, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 17038
Aircraft Seria] Number only 1 inch high
and Fuel Requirement

C. National Star Both sides of fuselage 25-inch star Backgrolg$, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
93I" - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. ^retional
Star On under surface of 35-inch star Background, Border,
right wing and top sur- -Code L5044. Stars,
face'of left wing Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF On top surface of right Letters 30 inches -Code 15044


wing and under surface high
of left wing
h
F. CalI Numbers E}cth sides of vertical Numbers 12 fiches -Code 17038 u
stabitizer high

G. Conspicuity/ One lnch clearance -Code 633


Arctic Markings around aII large
insigaia and markings
H. Anti-Glare Top ot fuselage ia -Code 37038

I. Identitication Both sides o[ fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 15044


Letters/Numbers 15 inches high

J. . .let Warning Stripe Around fuselage Tw-o bands 2 iaches -Code 509
urlde

i\
,j

3-72
T.O. 1-1-4 Section II]

@---,

--l ,,,,

TOP VIElv

. S. AIR F9RSE- FW-ooo + -


48.00

-l

Figure 3-33. F-100 Aircratt Marki-ng Specification.

3-73
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

F-101 AIRERAFT MARKING SPECIHCATION (SEE FIGURE 3-34)

1. MAHKTNG 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U. S. Air Fo"ce Both sides ot fuselage Letters 12 inches -Code 15044


high

B. Llodel Desigaation, Le[t side of fusel.age Letters and numbers -Code 17038
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
and FueI Requirement

C. National Star Both sides of fuselage 4O-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National Star On under surface of 35-inch star Background, Bor.der,


right and top surface of Code 15044. Stars,
left wing Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E' usAF 25 inches -code 15044


3ilrffJ;J#3:T[#i', h;T"rs
of right wing
F. Call Numbers Both sides o[ vertical Numbers 12 inches -Code 17038
stabilizer high

G. /
Conspicuity One inch clearance -Code 633
Arctic Markings around large insigaia
and lettering
H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage in -Code 37038
front of cockpit

I. Identification On lower center fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 15044


Letters/Numbers both sides 15 inches high

J. Jet Warning Stripe Around fuselage 2 inches wide . -Code 509

3-74
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III

END OF LETTER "F" TANGENT


TO LEADING EDGE (REF)

48"

TANGENTTO AILERON
INSIGNIA TO BE TANGENT
AS SHOWN (REF)
TO FWD CORNER OF 62R DOOR
& AILERON CUTOUT (REF)

TOP VIEl}t
STA
STA 595.00
t59.00 (REF)
(REF)

w.L. 48.50

+." MARKINGS TO LINE UP WITH


BOTTOM EDGE OF DOOR .53
NUMBERS TO BE CENTERED

SIDE VIEW
-
(FB-955).NOTE: IDENTI FICATIoN LETTERS
AND NUMBERS TO BE CENTERED
wtTH q oF WHEEL
Figure 3-34. F-101 Aircratt Marking Specitication.
3-75
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

F/TE-LO? AIRCRAFT MA3KING SPECIFICATiON (SEE FiGURE 3-35)

1. MARKTNG 2. LOCATION 3. SrZE 4. COLOR \t


I

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 21 inches -Code 15044
high

B. IIodel Designation, Left slde of fuselage Letters ald numbers -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
and FueI Requiremen

c. National star Both sides of fuselage 3o-inch star


T:5:ri#ft.,3i*-"".i
Bars - Code 1?875.
StriPes - Code 509.

D. Nationar star 3,?,r*ilJ5r;'r"r


4o-inch star 3s:58"ffd,&. "3i*?
suiface of left wiag Bars - Code 1?875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. usAF 30 inches -code 15044


3ilrffiT*::",fi:::
oI lett wing
il?T"""

F. CaIl Numbers Both sides of vertical Numbers 12 iaches -Code 17038


stabllizer high

G. Conspicuity / One inch clearance -Code 633


Arctic Markings insignia
illTl*r#Jge
H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage ln code 37038
front of cockpit

I.. Identification Both sides o[ fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 15044
Letters aad Number 5 21 inches high

J. Jet Warning Around fuselage 2 inches wide -Code 509


S.e

3-?6
T.O. 1-1-4 Section Itr

TOP VIEW

I
27.00

P0SlTloN Fl/SELAGE tNStGNtA sO THAT r.r wtLL SIDE VIEW


NO
BE DAMAGED BY ENTRANCE LADDER (APPROX.
wL 15.0 sTA I81.80 (F-102) OR AppROX. wt_ z.o
sTA 214.0 (TF-102)

Figure 3-35. F-102 Aircraft Marking Specification.

3-77
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

F-104 AIRCRAFT MA.RKING SPECIflCATION (SEE rIGURE 3-36)

L. MARKING 2. .LOCATION
3. SrZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides o[ fuselage Letters 13 inches -Code 15044
high

B. IvIodeI Designation, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 17038
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 inch ]tigh
and FueI Requirement

L jational Star Both sides of fuselage 3O-lnch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars
Bars - Code 1?875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National Star On under surface o[ 30-inch star Background, Border,


right wing and top -Code 15044. Stars,
surface of lett wing Bars - Code 1?875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF On top surface of right Letters 30 inches -Code 15044


wing and under surface high
' of left wing

F. CafI Numbers Both sides o[ vertical Numbers 12 iaches -Code 1?038 )

stabilizer
G. Conspicuity/ One inch clearaace -Code 633
Arctic Markings around all large irsignla
artd markings

H. Anti-G1are tur front -Code 37038


]i:J"t_i;"age

I. Identification Both sldes of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 15044


Letters and Numbers 16 lnPhes

.I. Jet Warnlng Around fuselage 2 inches wide -Code 509


Stripe

3-78
T.O. 1-1-4 Section Itr

I INCH FROM FUSELAGE TO


INBOARD EDGE OF 'U'AND
2 INCHES FROM AILERON
CUT.OUT TO BOTTOM LINE
OF "USAF"

OUTBOARD HALF OF
WING TIP TANKS

TANGENT TO AILERON CUT.OUT


AND 15 INCHES FROM FUSELAGE
TO INBOARD EDGE OF BAR

TOP VIE}{

STA
181.00

t3.50

64.5C

l_.,.
I00.00

NOTE: THIS VIEW SHOWN


WITHOUT WING TIP TANKS SIDE VIE\{
INSTALLED FOR CLARITY

Figure 3-36. F-104 Aircraft Marking Specification.


t
3- 79
Section Itr T.O. 1-1-4

r-105 AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3-3?)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SrZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of [uselage Letters 12 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Model Designation, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircratt Serial Number only 1 inch high
and FueI Requirement

C {ational Star Both sides of fuselage 3O-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 178?5.
Stripes - Code 509.

O. tlationat Star On under surface 6f 30-iach star Background, Border,


right wing and upper -Code 15044. Stars,
surtace of tett wlng Bars - Cocle 1?8?5.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF On under surface o[ Letters 35 inches -Code 15044


left wing aad upper high
surface of right wing

F. Cali Numbers Both sides of vertical Numbers 12 inehes -Code 1?038


stabilizer
G. /
Conspiculty One inch lcearance -Code 633
Arctic Markings around all large insignia
and markings

H. Anti-Glare Around cockpit -Code 3?038

I. Identification Both sides of forward Letters and numbers -Code 15044


Letters and Numbers fuselage 12 inches high

J. Jet Warning Around fuselage 2 inches wide -Code 509


Stripe

3-80
T.O. 1-1-4 Section Ill

t*-'67.00
l- rvp

TANGENT TO AILERON
HINGE LINE.

LJ
| 48.00 , TOP VIEW
?
TYP

AIR FoFcETL
FH-tQ0-------r
L5.00
\

SIDE YIEt{

Figure 3-37. F-105 Aircra-ft Marking Specification.

3-81

I
I
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

F-106 AIRCRAFT MARKIr.rc SPECIFICATION (SEE I{GURE 3_38)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U. S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 21 inches -Code 15044


high
B. Model Designation, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?03g
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
and Fuel Requirement

C \ational Star Both sides of fuselage 30-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.
D. National Star On under surface of 40-inch star Background, Border,
right wing and top sur- -Code 18044. Stars,
face of left wing Bars - Code 1?g?S.
Stripes - Code 509.
E. USAF On top surface of right. Letters 30 tunches -Code 15044
wing and under surface high
of Iett wing
F. Call Numbers Both sides of vertical Numbers 12 inches -Code 1?088
stabilizer high
G. Conspicuity/ One inch clearance -Code 633
Markings
Arctic around all large insignia
' and markings

H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage infront Code 3?03g


of cockpit

I. Identification Both sides of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 15044


Lette::s and Numbers Zl inches high

J, Jet Warning Around fuselage 2 lnches wide -Code 509


Stripe

3-82
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III

TOP VIEW

l
12.00

rt

STA
594. l3
SIDE VIEW

Figure 3-38. F-106 Aircraft Marking Specification.


Section III T.O. 1-1-4

H-1 HELICOPTER AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3-39)

1. MARKTNG 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR


I

h.. U. S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 10 inches -Code 17875
high

ts. Mr.rdel Designation, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 178?5
Aircraft Serial Number 1 inch high
ald FueI Requirement
ci.-)^uon"i stt" Both sides of fuselage 20-inch star Background
-Code 15045. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.
D. National Star Located on underside 20-iach star Backgrouad
of fuselage -Code 15045. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. National Star On upper surface of 20-iach star Background


fuselage -Code 15045. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509..
F. CalI Numbers Both sides of Numbers 6 inches -Code 17875 )
tai-Iboom high

G. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage in -Code 3?038


front of cookpit
H. Turbine Whee1 2 inches wide -Code 509
W.e'qririg Stripe
I
L!

3-84
T. O. 1-1-4 Section IU

Dj
__i

Figure 3-39. H-1 Aircratt Marking Specifica[ion.

3-85
i . "-l

section Itr T.o. 1-1-4

H-3 HELICOPTER AIRCRAFT MARKTNG SPECIT"ICATION (SEE flGURE 3-40)


.1

1. MARKTNG 2. LOCATION 3. SiZE 4. COLOR

A. U. S. Air Force Both sides ot fuselage Letters 12 inches -Code 15044


high

B. Model Desigaation, Left -side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 17038
Aircratt Number only
SeriaL 1 inch high
and Fuel Requirement
-
, ) National Star Both sides o[ fuselage 30-inch star Background, Border,
-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. Natibnal Star Lobated on underside 3O-inch star Background, Border,


of helicopter -Code 15044. Stars,
. Ba.rs - Code 17875-
Stripes - Code 509.
E. National Star On upper surface of 25-inch star Backgrouad, Border,
horizontal tin -Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875. .\
Stripes - Code 509.
t
F. CalI Numbers Both sides of fu5etage Numbers 12 inches -Code 15044
hieh

c. Conspicuity/ -Code 633


Arctic Markiags

'.. J
r-r:'Anti-Glare Top of fuselage -Code 37038
in front of cockpit

3-86
T.O. 1-1-4 Section IiI

FwD q H ELICOPT ER
BOTTOM

VIEW A-A

STA
- 777
(APP ROX)

STA
255
- 53"
(REF)
STA
I
I STA 516
(REF)
456
(REF)
I

trtr
': _
.
00000-
-G (REF)./
Yi INDOW

WATER
LINE
153.5

SIDE VIEyl

Figure 3-40. H-3 Aircraft Marking Specification.


section IIr T.o. 1-1-4

H-19 HELICOPTER AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATION (SEE F"IGURE 3-41)

1. IVIARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 12 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Model Desigrration, Left Side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 17038
Aircraft Serial Numbei only 1 inch high
and FueI Requirement

L- National Star Both sides of tuselage 2O-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

;"J3"-'3:3:'1?sJii:'
Stripes - Code 509.

E. National Star On top ot engine zA'inch star Backgrogl$, Bo-rder,


- comparbment doors Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 178751
StriPes - Code 509.

F. Cal.l Irlumbers both sides of tail boom Numbers 8 inches -Code 15044
top of numbers 2 inches
below and parallel to
boom stiffener

c. Conspicuity / -Code 633


r ''':tic Markings
. .S OnlY) +
H. Orange-Yellow Around the tail cone Ba'nd - Code 13538'
e*J .AR"S OnIVI and vertical. fin Border - Code 17038

I. Main Rotor Tips on both sides 6 inthes from tips -code 33538

J. TaiI Rotor Tips on both sides outboard and inboard


bands : Code 31136.
Center Band
Code 1?875.
t;i4

*Att Conspicuity/arcUc Band tor H-19 Helicopters not assigned to ARS shall be rr.arked from
Station 235.0 to Slation 306.0.

3-88
T.O. 1-1-4 Section Itr

AIR RESCUE
SERVICE ONLY

TOP VIEI/

THREE 6" BANDS


OUTBOARD AND INBOARD
BANDS CODE 3'I I36
CENTER BAND.CODE 17875

STA
15t.00

:'a_
A STA
56.00 396.00

SIDE VIEI'I

Figure 3-41. H-19 Aircraft Marki.ng Specitication.

3-89
Section Itr T.O. 1-1-4

H.21 IIELICOPTER AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3-42)

1. M.A.RKING 2, LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U. S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 12 inches -Code 15044


high

A. Model Designation, Le[t sid.e of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
and FueI Requirement

C .Iational Star Both sides of fuselage 5O-lnch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 178?5.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. NationaL star ' Top of fuselage 30-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. National Star Bottom of fuselage 30-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

Il. CaII Numbers Outboard side of both Numbers 9 lnehes -Code 15044
vertical fins high

G. Conspicuity/ -Code 633


Arctic Markings

H. Orange-Yellow Around fuselage Band - Code 13538.


Band (ARS Onty) Border - Code 17038.

I. Rotor Tips On both sides 6 irnches from tip -Code 33538

J. lValkways Border 2 inches wide Stripes - Code 17038

3-90
T.O. 1-1-4 Section Ltr

BOTTOM VIEIY
NOSE SECTION

TOP VIEW

STA STA
STA
19. s0 259.50 359.80
I
l"
I

\ \STA
STA
541. 00 589. 00

SIDE VIEW

Figure 3-42. H-21 Aircraft Nlarkiag Specification.

3 -91
'..,'

Section Itr T.O. 1-1-4

H-43 AIRCRAFT MASKING SPECII'ICATiON (SEE FIGURE 3-43)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters I inehes -Code 15044
and tail boom high

B. Irfodel Designalion, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial Number 1 inch high
and FueI Requirements

^. tsational Star Both sides of fuselage 20-iach star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 1?875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National Star On underside of fuselage 2O-inch btar Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. National Star On top engine cowl 2O-inch star Blckgroln$r Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

F. CaIl Numbers BotI sides of vertical Number 6 inches -Code 1?038


stabilizer high

G. Conspicuity/ On outside surface of -Code 633


Markings
.drctic vertical stabiLizer

q. AnU-Glare -Code 3?038


I

I
I

I. Orange-Yellov Both sides of tail booms Bana - Coal tggga


Bands (ARS Only) Border - Code 1?038

J. Turbine Wheel 2 iacires wide -Code 509


lVarning Stripe

K. Walkways Border 2 inches wide -Code 1?038

r'r:

. s-sz
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III

STA
40.00

44
{
l---srl
.69. 00

\i L__..r0

STA
151.00

BOTTOM VIEW

STA
I 90.00

TOP VIEW

RIGHT SIDE VIEW

.STA
r25.00 STA
.00

Y_t . \t l- 11i:..t*i

rU.5.
_ r_,_l
AIR FONCE liu
5t 26
rirj-=r:li
,u.o*.f
STA STA
224.00 260.00

ST
I 35,

LEFT SIDE VIEW

Figure 3-43. H-43 Aircraft Marking Specification.


3-93
section rtr T' o' 1-1-4

T-28 AIRCRAFT MARKII'IG SPECIFrcATION (SEE FIGURE 3-44)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U. S. Air Force Both sides ot fuselage Letters 15 inches -Code 15044


high

B. Model Designation, Le[t side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 17038
Aircratt Serial Number only ' 1 inch high
and FueI Requiremen
( National Star Both sides ol tuselage 30-inch star Backgrouad, Border,
-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 178?5.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National Star .On under surface o[ 30-inch star Background, Border,


right wirrg and top -Code 15044' Stars,
surface of left wlng Bars - Code 17875'
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF On under surface of lett Letters 30 inches -Code 15044


wing and top surface high
' of right wing

F. CalI Numbers Both sides of vertical Numbers S inches -Code 1?038 't

stabilizer high

G. /
Conspicuity One inch clearance -Code 633
Arctic Markings around large insignia
' and lettering

H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage in Code 3?038


front of cockpit

I. Identilication Both sidis of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 15044


Lettels and Number 15 inches high

J. Propeiler Tips on both sldes 4 inches from tip -code 33538

3-94
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III

l-----J

TOP VIE\{

aFr"L ' '


:.
iI*-"-:",13,5. AIft F ncs-#e-rf
,'. ',1

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Figure 3-44. T-28 Aircratt Marking Specification.

3-95
T.O. 1-1-4

,iF1

TOP VIEW

wL
rod."6o
I

STA
322.00

SIDE VIEW

Figure 3-45. T-33 Aircraft Mariring Specilication.

3-9?
section III r.b. f-f-+

T-33 AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3-45)

1. MARKING 2. LOCr\TION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters td incnes -Code 15044
high

B. Model Designation, Left side of tuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial Number . only 1 inch high
and Iruel Requirement

National Star Both sides of fuselage 2S-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 1?875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National Star On under surface of SO-inch star Background, Border,


. right wing and top sur- -Code 15044. Stars,
face.of lett wing Bars - Code L7875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF On top surface of right Letters 30 inches -Code 15044


wing and under surface high
. of left wiag

F. Call Nurnbers Both sides of vertical Numbers 8 inches -Code 1?038


stabilizer high

c. Conspicuity / -Code 633


Arctic Markings
H. Anti-G1are Top of tuselage in Code 37038
front of cockpit window
and on inner 180 degrees
ot tip pods

I. Identification Both sides of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 15044


Letters and Nurnbers t2 inches high

J. Jet Warning . Around fuselage 2 inches wide -Code 509


Stripe

3 -96
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

T-37 AIRCRAFT MAAKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3.46)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides o[ fuselage Letters 6 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Model Desigaation, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
and Fuel Requirement

C National Star Both sides o[ tuselage 15-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. Natiohal Star On under iurface of'right' 3O-inch star Background, Boider,


wing and top surface of -Code 15044. Stars,

ffi;!"3i#333:
E' usAF 30 inches -code 15044
;tr-tTti:l:'fli"""
of left wing
lr?,f"""

F. CaII Numbers vertical


Both sides o[ Numbers 5 inches -Code 1?038
stabilizer high

G. Conspicuity/ One inch clearance Code 633


Markings
Arctic around aII large insignia
and lettering

I Anti-Glare Top of fuselage in front -Code 3?038


of cockpit

I. Jet Warning Around fuselage 2 inches wide. -Code 509


Stripe

3 -98
T. O. 1-1-4 Section III

ETTERS CENTERED WITH WING


INSIGNIA

SKIN
TRIM (REF)
i--,,,,-,]

TOP VIEIV

STA
?94.N
STA
sro '(RFF)
2.N .l
158.00
65.00 _

Slr (REF)

-l
wL 6.25
stDE vtEw

Figure 3-46. T-37 Aircraft Marking Specification.


section IIr T.o. 1-1-4

T.38 AIRCRAFT MARI0]{G SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3-47)

1 MARKING 2. 3. SIZE 4. COLOR


.LOCATTOIi

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 12 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Model Designation, Left side of tuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?038
Aircra[t Serial Number only 1 inch high
and }'uel Requirement

C .{ational Star Both sides of fuselage 20-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars
Bars - Code 1?875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D.NationalStarOnundersur[aceofright20-inchstarB.rckground,Bdrder,
wing
",iGiliogsurfaceoi
Iert
-Code 15044.
ffii;"":tj.'Jils:
Stars
'

E' usAF 22' 5 inches -code 15044


il?T"""
'
?i,1"'JJ*X""?""',"I:::
left wing ",
F. CaII Numbers Both sides ot vertical Numbers 12' inches -Code 1?038
stabilizer high

G. /
Conspicuity One inch clearance -Code 633
'
Arctic Mirkings around.all large insignia
and lettering

L tnti-Glare Top of fuselage in front -Code 37038


of cockpit

I. Identification Both sides of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 15044


Numbers and Letters 12 in'ches high

J. Jet Warning Around fuselage 2 inches wide. -Code 509


Stripes Two stripes.

3-100
T. O. 1-1-4 Section IU

NOTE: HQ. ATC CONTROLLED AIRCRAFT lS


AUTHORIZED USE OF SPECIFICATION
MIL.F.22735 FLOUTIESCENT FILM FOR
CONSP ICUI TY MARK II.IG PURPOSES.

15% CHORD

9.75 FROM THIS POINT TO 2.25 FROM TH}S POINT


TOP OF INSIGNIA BAR TO TOP CF LINE OF (USAF) .

--r
48.00

STA
495. 16

SIDE VIEl'/

Figure 3-4?. T-38 Aircraft Marking Specification.

3- 101
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

T-39 AIRCRAFT MARKTNG SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3-48)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOE

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 12 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Model Designation, Left of fuselage 'Letters and numbers -Code 1?038


Aircrait Serial Number only=iau 1 inch high
and Fuel Requirement

C, 'tioni-,l Star Both sides of fuselage 20-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. Ndtional Star On under surface o[ 30-inch star Background, Border


right wing and on top Code 15044. Stars,
surface of left wing Bars, - Code 17875.
tripes - Code 509.
E. USAF Top surface ot right Letters 30 inches -Code 15044
wing and under surtace high
. of left wing

F. CaIl Numbers vertical


Both sides of Numbers 12 inches -Code 1?038
stabilizer, rudder
and high

G. Conspicuity/ One inch clearance -Code 633


Arctic Markings around large insignia
and letterinS

H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage in Code 3?038


front of cockpit

I. Identification Both sides of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 15044


Lettering and Numbers 12 iaches high

J. Jet Warning Around each nacelle 2 inches wide -Code.509


Stripes cowling

K. Walkways Border 2 inches -Code 17038


wide
T;,R

3-102
Section III

<t
oo
t/

TOP VIEW

u. oo
t
50.00

-l

Figure 3-48. T-39 Aircraft Marking Specification.


Section III T. O. 1-1-4

U-3A AIRCRAFT I\{ARKTNG SPECIflCATION (SEE FIGURE 3-49)

1. MNRKING 2. LOCATION 3. STZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force. Both sides o[ fuselage Letters 6 inches -Code 178?5
high

B. MoCel Designation, Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?875
Aircratt Serial Number 1 inch high
zurd FueI Requirement

C. .,ational Star Both sides of fuselage 2O-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 1?875.

D. National Star on orra"" surface of right 30-inch star H;""*ta,'*1'1",


wing and top surface of Code 15044. Stars,
Ieft-wing Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF on top surface of right Letters 24 inches -code 1?8?5


wing and under surface high
of left wing

F. CalI Numbers Both sides o[vertical Numbers 6 inches -Code 178?5


stabilizer andrudder high

G. /
Conspicuity Outer 180 degrees o[ -Code 633
Markings
Arctic wing tiP tanks

H. {nti-G1are Top of fuselage in tront -Code 37038


of cockpit rvindow and
irtner 180 degrees of
wing tip tanks

I. propeller Caution On fuselage through Q inches wide Band, Arrows,


---
Bard same plane of propeller Danger - code 509.
travel ProPeller Code
17875.

.I" Propeiler Tips On both sides 4 inches from tip -Code 33538
l';^

3- toa
T. O. 1-1-4

STA
aA 11

\
\

TOP VIEW

SIDE VIEV

Figure 3-49. U-3A Aircrait Marking Specification.


3-105
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

u-38 AIRCRAFT MAF.I{ING SPECTFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3-50)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 6 inches -Code 1?8?S
high
B. Illodel Designation, Le[t side o[ fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 1?8?5
Aircraft Serial Number 1 inch high
and FueI Requirement

C. liational Star Both sides of fuselage 20-inch star Background, Bord.er,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 1?875.
Stripes _ Code 509.
D. National Star On under surface of right 30-inch star Background, Border,
wing and top surface of -Code 15044. Stars,
left wing Bars - Code 1Z8ZE.
Stripes - Code 509.
E. USAF On top surface of right Letters 24 inches -Code 1?875
wing and under surface. high
of left wing
F. CalI Numbers Both sides of vertical Numbers G inches -Code 1?8?5
stabilizer, aadrudder high
G. Conspicuity/ Outer 180 degrees o[ -Code 633
Markings
Arctic wiag tip tanks

H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage ia front -Code J?039


of cockpit wiadows and
inner 180 degrees of wing
tip tanks
I. Propeller Caution On fuselage thrcugh same 2 iaches wide Band. Arrovs.
Band plane of propeller travel Dang6r - Code'b0g.
Prope1ler - Code
17875.

J. Prooeller Tips On both sides 4 inches from tip -Code 3SE3g

3- 106
T.O. 1-1-4 Section Itr

4:,\ iFE
l';a '

\h# Hi i

TOP YIEIY

SIDE VIEll

Figure 3-50. U-3B Aircraft Marki:ng Specification.

3- 107
Section trI T.O. 1-1-4

U-4 AIRCRAFT MARKING SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3.51)

1" MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SrZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air F'orce Both sides of fuselage Letters I inches -Code 15044
high

B. Iv{odel-Desigrration Left side of fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 17038


Aircraft Serial Number 1 iach high
and FueI Requirement

C. ,ational Star Both sides of fuselage 15-iach star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D. National Star On under surface of right 20-inch star Background, Border,


wing and top surface of -Code 15044. Stars,
Ieft wing Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.
E. USAF On top surface ot right Letters 22 iaches -Code 15044
wing and under surface high
of lett wing

F. Call Numbers Both sides of vertical Numbers 5 inches -Code 17875 .1

stabili.zer high

G. Conspicuity/ -Code 633


Arctic Markilgs

H. nti-Glare Top of fuselage il front -Code 3?038


of cockpit

I. Propeller Caution On fuselage through same 3 inc\es wide ' Band, .drrows,
Baad propeller blade Danger - Code 509.
flil:r"t Propeller - Code
17875.

J. Propeller Tips On both sides 4 inches from tip -Code 33538

3- 108
Section Itr T.O. 1-1-4

u-6 AIRCRAFT MARKTNG SPECIFTCATTON (SEE FTGURE 3-52)

1. MARKTNG 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 12 inches -Code 15044
high
.
B. Model Designation, Left side fuselage Letter and number -Code 17038
Ai.rcraft SerialNumber only 1 inch high
and FueI Requirement

C. r"lational Star Both sides of fuselage S0-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Star,
Bars - Code 178?5.
Stripes - Code 509.
D. National. Star On under surface of right 30-i:rch star Background, Border,
wing and top surface of -Code 15044. Stars,
Iett wing Bars - Code 17875.
stripes - code Eo9.
E. USAF On under surface o[ Letters 28 inches -Code 15044
lett wing and top sur- high
face of right wing

F. CalI Numbers Both sides o[ vertical Numbers 12 inches -Code 1?038


stabilizer and rudder high

G. Conspicuity/ One inch clearance -Code 633


Arctic Markings around all large insigaia
and letteriag

H. Anti-Glare Top of fuselage in -Code 37038


front of cockpit

I. Prope1ler Tips On both sides 4 inches from tip -Code 33538

3- 110
T.O. 1-1-4 Section Itr

a.ooi F

00

i-"

TANGENT TO AILERON
CUT OUT

TOP YIEI{

Fignre 3-52. U-6 Aircraft Marking Specification.

3- 111
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

U-10 AIRCRAFT MARKI},IG SPECIHCATION (SEE FIGURE 3.53)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATIC'N 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 9 inches -Code 15044
.: higth

B. Model Designation, Left side of luselage Letters and number -Code 1?038
riircraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
and FueI Requirement

C National Star Both sides of fuselage 2S-inch star Background, Border,


-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.
.

D. National Star On under surface of right 35-inch star Background, Border,


wing and top surface of -Code 15044. Stars,
Ieft wing Bars - Code 178?5.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF On under surface of left Letters 35 inches -Code 15044


. wing and top surface of high
right wing
F. CaIl Numbers Both sides of vertical Numbers 9 inches -Code 17038
stabilizer and rudder high

G. Conspicuity/ t-iach clearaace around Code 633


Markings
Arctic all large insignia and
Iettering
H Anti-Giare Top of fuselage in front -Code 37038
of coekpit
I. Identification Both sides of fuselage Letters and Numbers -Code 15044
Letter and Numbers 12 inches high

J. Propeller Tips On both sldes 4 inches from tip -Code 33538

3- 112
i
I

Figure 3-53. U-10 Aircraft Marking Specitication.


t ...

Section Itr T.O. 1-1-4

u-16 ATRCRAFT MARKTNG SPECIFICATION (SEE FIGURE 3-54)

1. MARKING 2. LOCATION 3. SIZE 4. COLOR

A. U.S. Air Force Both sides of fuselage Letters 18 inches -Code 15044
high

B. Model Designation, Left side o[ fuselage Letters and numbers -Code 17038
Aircraft Serial Number only 1 inch high
ancl FueI liequirement
C. National Star Both sides of fuselage 3S-inch star Background, Border,
-Code 15044. Stars,
Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

D' National star S0-inch star


, :3:5:"itrft.T*xi
ffi#"f ff":xiilt"trtt Bars - Code 17875.
Stripes - Code 509.

E. USAF On top surface of right Letters 50 inches -Code 15044


wing and under surface high
of left wing
F. CaIl Numbers Both sides of vertical Numbers 12 inches -Code 1?038
stabilizer high

G. Conspicuity/ One inch clearance -Code 633


Markings
Arctic around all large
'
insignia and markings
H. Anti-Glare li:J"t-|1iilX?i,,t l;"'t -code 3?038
antenna)

I. Propeller Caution On fuselage through same 3 inches wide Band, Arrows,


Band plane of propeller blade Danger - Code 509.
travel Propeller - Code
1?875.

J. Propeller Tips On both sldes 4 inches trom tlp -Code 33538

K. Walkways Border 2 inches wide -Code 1?038

t- 114
T.O. i-1,'j Section III

I
i

4 .00
T YP

t\
t\

TOP VIEW

stDE vrEl9

Figure 3-54. U-16 Aircrafi ilIariiing Specification.

3- 115
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

-__ la aa

[J" S.iAHffi FffiffiCE I -T


i-- e rt xtrqt i - rrg ,r serc:
. b -tll rr sp&r
. .- -llii s'eor: LETTERING sPEclFlcArloils
- Ftt'i Sc^cE I fiDIH E@{S 2rl IxE x€rcxl
;--.< tll tt rrori 2 SliOrE io :P.C[S €tulL l/6 tx€ iElcxl ....t/
ra ! P tir To E€ atuf Llcouti ff trlftL

u.r. ro""t /
^rr

tu.s trl lolcc

LErl tloE

Figure 3-55. Location of Nlissile lrlarkings AD['l-20A.

SPAR 'ft (REF)

*j r:oo l- ez.so 4.OO


(TYP)

-_.IJ. S. AIR F

20.o0 0rA SIDE VIEW-.

RED WARNING slRtPE


2.OO TYP --'-- RED STRIPE (TURBII.IE WHEEL WARNIf'IG) 2 OO TYP

Figurc 3-56, Locarion of ltlissile Ntarkings Acltt-284.


l-1 16
T.O. 1-l-4 Sec tion III

E
i-. t - o.ez rNcH spacE

o332 tNcH- SPACE


LETTERING SPECIFICATIONS
O 166 |NCH STROKE
,} I

I 0.t66 |NCH SPAC E


I, wlDTH EQUALS 2/3 rHE iIEIGHT.
: 2.STROXE ANO SPACES EOUAL I,16 THE HEIGHT.
x o 67 tNcH WtOrH 3.PAINT TO 8E BLUE LACQUER OR ENAMEL.
FWO EOGE -
._ to.oo__i
accEsS covER {l.-oto i

'a

accEss covER. I.OO L ETTERS

f-
'
Fwo
ACCESS
EDGE
COVER

Figure 3-57. Location of Missile Markings AIM-4A,AIlvt-4C.

m.ffi*H fiffi ffiffiffi ' r oo $tcH HE I GHT l-- i 0.67 rNcH spAcE
o 332 tNcH SPACE .. LETTERI NG SPECIFICATION S
- O 166 INCH S TROX E I,I,YIOTH EOUALS 2i3 IHE HEIGHT.

i
o t66 tNcH SPAC E
2. STROXE ANO SPACES EOUAL I/6 rHE HEIGHI
I 3. PAINT TO BE ELUE LACOUER OR ENAMEL,
F 0.67 lNcH wtoTH ,?F- o.50
>l
ro oo- ;
'--,--ACCESS COVER

FWD EOGE
ACCESS COVER u.s. AtR toRCE ftF_*'F}_:m

ACCESS COVER
L ETTERS

.tfrt i6'
'ltrovtSioi'r'ur
t covat

. FWO EOGE
ACCESS COVER

Figure 3-58. Location of lUissile lvlafkings AIN!4E, AIM-4F.

3-Lt7
Section III T.O. 1-1-4

fiffi'' ltF-----+-----l lN. SPACE I

LETTERING SPECTFIqATIONS
I. WIDTH EOUALS 2/3 THE HEIGHT
I lN. wroTH
seace
rr.r.
2. STROKE ANO SPACES EQUAL I/6 THE HEIGHT
3. PAINT TO BE BLUE LACOUER OR ENAMEL

LEYTERS CENTER ON CENTER LI}{E ER HANGER


FORWARD HANGER

3"-J \
- -+.S.*+R\FBRSE--
HoRz'
t -

+ FWO-
LEFT SIDE TY P. EOTH SIOES

Figure 1-59. Location of l'lissile [tarkings AI]l-98'

nq ffi\fffiffi
t'r, Ei
uJl
IN. SPACE
uukk hl@

LETTERING SPECIFICATIONS
WIOTH EOUALS ZI3THE HEIGHT
I.
2. STROKE ANO SPAGES EQUAL I/6 THE HEIGHT
3. PAINT TO BE BLUE LACOUER OR ENAMEL

ttutm_ffi
, ,$\i [i il\ H U, tr U t{d'-k

Figure 3-60. Location of \lissile \tarkings CIII-104'

l-118
T.O. l-1-4 Section III

B QM.34A U.S. AIR FORCE


IINCH HIGH BLACK LETTERS 6 INCH HIGH BLACK
LEFT HAND SIDE ONLY LETTERS BOTH SIDES

,.J
3 INCH WIDE
RED STRIPE

AF SERIAL NUMBER
I INCH BLACK LETTERS
LEFT HAND SIDE ONLY

Figure 3-61. Location of \{issile Markings BQM-344.

3-rtg
Section III

LE TTE R OIMENSlONS
l. HgtGHT l8.OO
sTA. 442.o0 2. WIOTH 12.OO I
I
3. STROXE 3.OO
I
4. SPACE BETWEEN LETTERS 6.00
sTA. 502.OO
t2.oo 5. SPACE BETWEEN WORDS I8.OO
6. PAINT TO 8E ELUE LACOUER OR ENAIIEL

sTA. 642.00
27().OO
OCATE LETTERING
N.S. ANO F. S,

IIUMBER Dll{ Et{SlON3


I. HEIGH T l2.oo
z. wroTH 8.OO
3. STROKE 2.OO.
4. SPACE BETWEET{ r{Ur{8ERS 2.OO
iI

T-
I
35 ITICH DIA. INSIGNIA TO
se'.oo BE PER FI6URE 3-.I
I

sTA. l| 33.OO t_
l2.oo
trX
--

STA. 1269.00-----
sTA. r283.OO

Figure 3-62. Locarion of l\lissile \larkings PG\|-16D.

3-120
T.O. r-l-4 Section III

A LETTE R OIMENSIONS

t
F
l. HETGHT l8.OO
7. OO 2. wloTH 12.OO
3. STROKE 5.OO
4. SPACE sETWEETI LETTERS 8.OO
5. SPACE BETWEEN WORDS I8.OO
6. PAINT TO 8E BLUE LACOUER OR ENAMEL

LOCAT E LE TTERIl{O
H. S. ANO F. 3.

--T---- NUMBER DII'lENSIONS


r. HETGHT l2.OO
2. W|OTH 8.OO
3. STROXE 2,OO
1. SPACE BETWEEN NUMBERS 2,OO

-+- 50 tNcH olA. lt{slGNlA TO


o, ioo 8E PER FIGURE 3-l
i

.\-
1

Figure 3-63, Location of Missile Nlarkings HGIVI-25A.

3-lz[
Secdon III T.O. l-r-4

STA. .rz.os{- - ]t*


- LETTE R DIITET{9IOII3
t. HETGHT l8.OO
2- WIDTH t2.OO
3. STROXE 3.OO
II. SPACE BETWEEN LETTERS 6.0O
3. SPACE BETWEEI{ ITORDS I8. OO
6. PAITIT TO BE BLUE LACOUER OR ENAXEL

TE LETTERI}TG
AND F. S,

STA.336.O0-:
ilUiTBER Dll{Erslolls
I. HEIG H T l2,oo
2- W|oTH 8. OO
I, STROKE 2.OO
1. SPACE BETtdEEN NUMBERS 2.OO
I

33 rt{cH DlA. ll{SlGNlA


BE PER FIGURE 3. I

srA.636. I

sTA.7?2

Figure )-64. Locarion of \tissile }tarkings PG\I-I74.

3-r22
T.O. 1-1-4 Section III

lti
ffiffiffiffiffi
I l--+. rN spAcE LETTERI NG SPECIFICATIONS
1 F2 IN, STROKE
l--. ,t', sPo.. I. WIDTH EAUALS 2/3 THE HEIGHT
8 tN. WtDrH 2. STROKE ANO SPACES EOUAL I/6 THE HEIGHT
3. PAINT TO BE BLUE LACOUER OR ENAMEL

Figure 3-65. Location of Misslle Markings MGM-IC, MGM-l3A.

(
I

3-t23/s-L24
T.O. 1-1-4 Section IV
Paragraphs 4-1 to 4-10

srcIr0H lv

ATRCRATT AND F.{ISSttE STRVICE POII{I IDEIITIFICAIIOI.{ SYffiBOTS AI{D hIARKIiIGs

4-1. GENERAL. 4-?. The location of each marking shall be predi-


cated on the existing available space. They may bc
4-2. Symbols for service point identification, ground situated cn the equipment concerned, directly belovr.
handling servicing points and symbols for safety adjacent to, oi on applicable access panels. In event
shall be applied to all USAF aircraft and missiles. the service point or marking is concealed, arrows
These-symbols may be applied using either paint or may be used to point out the location of the service
decalcomanias. Each marking shall be displayed to point or markings. The arrow should bear a brief
provide the follouting: identification for which it is applied or the appli-
cable service point identification or precautionary
a. Rapid identification of each required servic- warning ma.rking.
ing point.
4-8. North Ailantic Treaty Organization code numbers
b. Identily type of ground servicing required. cited in T.O. 428-t-9 shall supplement the applicabie
service point marking. The code may be applied
c. Display warning or safety precautions which adjacent to, directly above, or below related servic-
will prevent injury to personnel or damage to air- ing point.
cra-ft equipment.
NOTE
NOTE The application of NATO code nurnbers
Specification MS33739 also reflects the rryi}l be waived when it is not reflected in
markings criteria as contained herein. T.O. 428-1-9 or may be omitted on train-
ing type aircraft and other aircraft not
4-3. Servicing instructions for hydraulic systems, subject to belng serviced at or.,erseas loca-
landing gear and shock struts shall be provided on tions.
metal instruction plates or stenciled in a permanent NOTE
and legible manner adjacent to charging points and . Certain provisions of this section are sub-
test connections. ject to international standardization agree-
ments (see ABC Air Standard 1irl1B and
4-4; Printed information required in connection with NATO, STANAG 3109) and shall nct be
symbols shall be printed in black or white depending ehanged except under emergency conditions
on the background. Capital. Ietters and arabic nu- without prior coordination with the Air
merals shall be used and shall not exceed 1-1/4 Standardization Committee (ASCC). AlI re-
inches in height. . quests for changes in existing markings
or supplemental markings willbe sttbmitted
4-5. Symbol size shall be approximately four inches to Headquarters MOAMA, Attn: MONKSC'
in the longest dimension; however, snaller sized for.approval.
symbols of. L-L/Z inches may be used if required
by the item or area to be marked. 4-9. The servicing and precautionary markings of
aircraJt and missiles shall conform to the following
4-6. Color requirement for symbols shall be as paragraphs.
follows: 4.10. FII,LING SYMBOIS.
a. Filling points symbols shall be colored black a. Refueling:
or white according to the background. Refer to para-
graph 4-10.a. through p.
Four pcinted filled star
b. Ground handling servicing points symbols shall with applicable NATO
code number.
be colored yellow and have a black or vhlte outline
according to the background. Refer to paragraph b. Rockct Fue1s:
4-11.a. dhiougtr c.

c. Safety symbols shall be colored red and


Filled four pointed star
in filled crescent with
m
have a black or white ouiline according to the back-
ground. Refer to paragraph 4-12.
notation of NATO code
number.
try
4-1
Section IV
Paragraph 4-11 T"O. 1-1-4

c. Rocket O<idizer: k. Air Conditioning:

Filled crescent withno-


tation of NATO
number.
code Dot pattern. u3"
o. Engine Lubricating I. Inerting System:
oil:
Fitled square with a
FiIIed square withnota- quarter arc removed
tion of NATO
number.
code from each corner, with
type of gas used and #b
q&
pressure in Englishand
e. Hydraulic Fluid: Metric Systems.
Filled circle with no- m. Fire Extinguishing
tation of NATO code System:
' 'lber.
A filled diamond with
f. De-icing: notation showing NATO
code number.
Filled triangle with no-
tation of NATO code n. External Electrr-:al
number. Connections:

g. Coolant: A filled vertical bar


with three equally
Two filledhorizontalS's spaced horizontal bars
with notation of NATO
code uumber and per- @ on right hand side with
notation to indicate
centage composition if
necessary.
N characteristics and pur-
pose.

h. Pneumatic System: o. Grounding or Earth-'


ing Receptacle:
Filled X with notation
of maximum charging A filled inyerted "T"
pressure in Englishand
r- +ric Systems.
with two parallel bars
which diminish in size..
-fr-
=
p. Inspection of Battery:

i. Orygen (Breathing):
A filled electric
sign.'
flash
xh-
Tvo horizontal filled
rectangles with notation 4.1I. GROUND HANDLING SYMBOLS:
of fllling pressure in @r
Engiish and Metric sys- a. Jack Point:
tenes. For liquid sys- E@s
tems the word "Liguid" Yellow filled square
shall he used instead with two slanting legs
of plessure. on bottom side.
j. Anti-Detonant or
Thrust Augmentation: b. Slinging or hoist-
ing Points:
Filled chevron with no-
tation of NATO code Yellow filled hook on
nuinber. a hori2ontal line.

't-2
T.O. 1-1-4 Section lV
Paragraphs 4-12 to 4-33

c. Mooring or Picketing: be applied on each side of the fuselage. The word


,.EJECTION SEAT" in white letters shall be painted
YeIIow filled anchor. in the triangle.

4.22. IDENTI}'ICATION OF BALLISTIC HOSE OR


TUBING ASSEMBLIES.
d. Towing:
4-23. Baltistic hose or tubing assemblies leacring to
Yellow filled ring. the ejection seat catapults shall be marked for
ground rescue purposes. The marking shalL be a
band approximately eight inches long and snall be
painted with a coat of primer, Specification lIlL-P-
8585, followed by a coat of yellow-orange enanrel,
Type I, Color No. 13538, conforming to Specification
4.12. SAFETY MARKING. MIL-P-7?29. The area selected shallbe easily'r,i.sible,
readily accessible and as close as.possible to the
4-13. Red filled equi- catapult.
laterial triangle with
nine inch sides and 4.24. CANOPY REMOVERS.
with the word"DANGER"
on each side of the tri- 4-25. Aircraft cohtaining canopy removers shall be
angle. marked "WARNING: THIS AIRCRAFT CONTAINS A
CANOPY REMOVER CONTAINING AN EXPLOSIVE
CHARGE" and such other notations as "SEE
T.O. FOR COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS."
4-14. PRECAUTIONARY OR WARNING MARKINGS. tnsert-illllffite technical order number in space
provided.
4-15. Precautionary or warning markings shall be in
accordance with paragraphs 4-13 through 4-31. 4-26. MARKING FOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.

4.16. FI'EL NOZZLE GROIINDING. 4-27. The following caution note shall be placed at
( points where it is necessary to break electrical con-
4-1?. Appty service point markings for Grourding nections when folding back or removing wings.
or Earthing Receptacle (reference paragraph 4-10.e.)
.with notation "GROUND (EARTH) IIERE."
l-"1'.ft]
Discomect e Iectrical wiring before remov-
4.18. STORAGE BATTERIES.
ing wings.
e-t9. fhe notation "BATTERY LOCATION "
with exact battery location given shall be-ptaffi-on 4.28. MARKINGS FOR TANK AREAS.
the left side of the fuselage as viewed from the rear
of the aircraft. A red band, one inch wide, shall be painted
4-29.
around fuelfiiler caps. The band shall be approxi-
a. The fore and aJt location of the markings will mately two inches from the cap. FueI filler caps
be approximately in line with the trailing edge of need not be painted.
the wing.
4-30. Aircraft tanks shall have notations indicating
b. The vertical location of the markings will be tark capacity, tyle of liquid and level restrictions.
at a point two to three feet off the ground with the
aircraJt in the wheels-up position and resting on the 4-31. Tank markings shall be the same color as is
ground, or in case of aircralt having fixed landing used on the attaching lines.
gears, with the Ianding gear washed out.
4-32. Additional data, such as coolant mixture, water
c. In the event of interference with windows, alcohol ml-rture, and grade of liquid (specifie,l by
inclosures, etc., the marking shall be placed as near AFLC) shall be stenciled near the filler cap in
the aforementioned location as is practicable. Ietters 1,/2 inch in height.

4-20. EJEbTIoN sEATs. 4-33. The terminology for fuel tanks is as follovs:

4-2L. A red equilateral triangle with nine inch sides USE OCTANE FT'EL OR BET'I'ER,
and with apex pointing downvard with the word OR USE GRADE FUEL OR BE?TER,
"DANGER" placed on each side of the triangle shall as applicable.

4-s/4-4
Section V
T.O. 1-1-4 Paragraphs 5-1 to 5-5

SE(TION Y

IDEHTIIICATIOH OT PIPE, HOSE A}iD IUBT tI}IES TOR AIRCRAIT,


' Missltts AND sPACt vEHl(tEs

5.1. GENERAL.
NOTE
5-2. This section provides guidance for identifying Symbols and colors are not required where
the function, content and, if applicable, the hazard identification is accomplished with alurni-
and direction of flow of pipe, hose and tube lines num alloy tag.
used in aircraft, missiles and space vehicles. The
use of colors, words and symbols to identify func- b. Content is identified by use of lettering and
tions; the use of words, including appropriate abbre- symbols (see figure 5-1).
viations, to identify contents and hazards; together
with dimensions of tags and painted bands, is speci- c. Hazard is identifiedby letteringand,/or symbol.
fically prescribed. Lines, as referred to herein, in- (See table 5-2.)
clude any pipe, hose or tube used to convey liquids
or gases. Rigid conduit used to house electricalwires d. Direction of flow is identified by arrow. Use
or cables are included. Fittings, valves, conduit two-headed arrow for reversible llow.
outlets and accessories such as pipe covering and
hose clamps are considered parts of a line. e. Pressure is identified by lettering, indicating
pounds per square inch (PSI).
NOTE
This section contains the identification re- 5-5. METHOD USED FOR IDENTIFICATION.
quirements of MIL-STD -1247 as appticable
to aircraft, . missiles and space vehicles. a. Tape - Use color coded tape conforming to
Specification MIL-T-9906 for icientifying function of
5-3. GENENAL CLASSIFICATION OF LINES. all lines less than four iuches in diameter inciuding
hot lines where surface temperatures do not exceed
a. CoId Lines - Lines in which the temperature 3250 Fahrenheit. Tapes naay also be used in an oiiy
of the flowing medium is below minus 60 degrees environment provided adhesion can be malntained.
Fahrenheit. Do not use tape in engine compartment where there
is a possibility of tape being. drawn into engine
b. Hot Lines - Lines on which the surface tem- intake. Use Specification MS16837 tapes for furtlier
perature ranges from 2000 to 32SoFahrenheit. identification of lines. When applying tape to lines,
the tape shall comnl",":.1:r-'.Ie the line.
c. Instrument Air - Air used in conjunction with
pressure operited instruments. NOTE
Cold lines may be identified by use of
d. Pneumatic - Air under pressure other th'an tape, provided adhesion can be maintained
instrument air. at cryogenic temperatures and can be read
from the normal point of operation.
e. Compressed Gas - Any gaseous substance
under'pressure, other than air, not requi.ring other Place tapes on both ends of line. Insure tha.t identi-
functional identif ication. fication is visible in each compartment. Place identi-
fication tape immediately adjacent to all operailng
5-4. General Marking of Lines. Identily each line accessories such as valves, regulators, strainers,
as to funetion, content, hazard and direction of flow, vents, etc.
as applicable.
b. Tags - Tags will not normally be used except
a. Function is identified by use of word, colors for lines in an oiiy environment, hot lines \exeeed-
and symbols (see figure 5-2). Tapes will normally ing 325o Falrenheit) and cold lines. Tags will con-
be used for airborne lines, except that small tags of form to fig:re 5-5. Fabricate tags from alrr:linum
some ltfhtweight non-corrosive metal such as alumi- alloy. Stamp to show functlon, contents (1.rressi,re,
num alloy, stamped with contents, pressure and direction of flow, primary hazard, if applica'.ble)-
direction of flow, may be used on airborne cold lines. Color coding is not required on aluminum tags.

5-1
Section V T,O. 1-1-4

TABLE 5.1
FUNCTIONS AND ASSOCiATED SN{BOLS.

FED STD
595 CODE
FUNCTION COLOR NUMBER SYMBOL ILLUSTRATTON

FueI Red 11136 4-Pointed Star +


Rocket Oxidizer Green, Gray Crescent )
Rocket Fuel Red, Gray- 4-Pointed Star
Inside Crescent +)
1 er Injection Red, Gray, Red Inverted Chevrons V
E
Lubrication YeIlow 13655 Staggered Squares E
Hydraulic BIue, Yellow Circle @
Solvent Blue, Brown Horizontal Stripes
Continuous, X-Form
Pneumatic Orange, Blue Lattice *
Contiauous Zig-Zag
Instrument Air Orange, Gray Line 5
Coolant BIue 15102 Horizontal S .N
Breathing Oxygen Green 14187 Rectangle @[

A'- Conditioning Brown, Gray Dot Pattern

Monopropellant Yellow, Orange Block T T"


Fire Protection Brown 10049 Horizontal Diamond @
De-Icing Gray 16473 Staggered Triangles
A.A
Rocket Catalyst YeIIow-Green Vertical Stripes Iil
Conrpressed Gas {: Orange 12L97 Broad Diagonal Stripe
^{
Electrical Conduit Brown, Orange Flash of Lightning +
Inerting Orange, Green Staggered Pipe C'rosses
*+

5-2
T.O. 1-1-4 Section V

TABLE 5-2

HAZAADS ASSOCIATED WITH VARIOUS CONTENTS

CONTENTS

Air (under pressure) PHDAN


Alcohol :
FLAM
Ammonia TO)(IC
Carbon Dioxide PHDAN
Ethylene Oxide FLAM
Fl.ouriae TO)(IC
Foam PHDAN
Freon PHDAN
Gaseous Oxygen PHDAN
Helium PHDAN
Hydrazine : TO)qC
Hydrazine/UDMH TO)(IC
Hydrogen FLAM
Hydrogen Peroxide AAHM
Liquid Hydrogen FLAIU
Liquid Nitrogen PHDAN
LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) FLAM
Methylene Chlori.de AAHM
Natural Gas FLAM
Nitrogen Gas PHDAN
Nitrogen Tetroxide TO)(IC
Nitrogen Tetroxide (gaseous) TO)(IC
Oils and Greases FLAM
Red Fuming Nitric Acid TO)(IC
RP-1 FLAM
Trichlorethylene AAIIM
UDMH TO)(IC
fuiiline, Furfuryl Alcohol - Hydrazine Mix TO)gC
Aniline Furfuryl Alcohol Mix TO)(IC
Ethyl Alcohol - Methyi Alcohol Mix FLAM
N-Propyl Nitrate FLAM
Chloriae Trifluoride TO)(IC
JP.4 FLAM

NOTE

FLAI\4 - (Flammable Materlals). A11 materials known ordinarily as flammables or


combustibles.
TO)(IC - (Toxic and Poisonous Materials). AII materials extremely hazardous to
life or health, under normal. condiHons, as toxic or poison's.
AAHM - (Anesthetics and Harmful Materials). A11 materials productive of anesthetic
vapors, and aII liquid chemicals and compounds hazardous to life and pro-
perty but not normally productive of dangerous quantities of fumes or vapors"
PHDAN- (Physically Dangerous Materials). ALI materlals, not dangerous ln themselves,
which are asphyxiating in confined areas or whlch are generally handled in a
dangerous physical state of pressure or temperature.

5-3
Section V T.O. 1-1-4
Paragraphs 5-6 to 5-7

Locate metal tags adjacent to operating accessories, applicable, will be the operating pressure, thepalnted
making certain they will not interfere with the oper- arrow indicating direction of flow and the words de-
ation o,f the accessory. noting the hazard. Yertical spacing shall be such
that aII wording and flow symbols are evenly spaced
from top to bottom of the viewing area.
c. Paint - Enamel or lacquer conforming to
Soecification I{IL-E-?729 or MIL-L-1953? shall be 5.6. MISCELLANEOUS LINES.
used to identify lines in engine compartments where
there is a possibility of tapes being drawn into engine a. Identify wire carrying conduits withtape (elec-
intakes. Paint lines larger thart four inches in dia- trical conduit and symbol). Add two additional mark-
m*-ter, except that cold lines, hot lines and lines in ings (1) Usage, i.e., power, control, communication,
an oily environment, shall conform to the following etc, (2) Maximum voltage and type normally encoun-
requirements: tered, i.e., "115V 60 eycle AC",28 YDC, etc. Con-
duit carrying a number of different wires serving
(L) Lines will be cotor coOeO with paint in different purposes wiII be marked "Electrical Con-
accordance with table 5-1. Painted bands will be Io- duit" (including symbol of if on tapes) only. However,
ca' adjacent to operating accessories, junction those eonduits which include power lines and which
witr, branch lines, and v/here lines pass through constitute a hazard to operating personnel shall be
bulkheads. marked to indicate the maximum voltage normally
encountered.
(2) Stencits are suitable forpaintingthe letters
to identify the specific function and contents (working b. Flexible cables, whether metal or metal
pressure, primary hazard, and direction of flov/ arrov/, sheathed need not be identified
iI appiicable). Geometric symbols are not required
where identification is accomplished with paints. c. Identify air conditioning ducts under 30 inches
Use black lettering on white background. outside circumference with tape. Add tape indicating
design temperature of flowing medium. Use paint
(3) Size of painted leftering and arrow: (black lettering on whlte background) to identify larger
than 30 inches outside circumference. Letter with
Lines four io eight inches diameter - let- L-l/Z inch letters "Air Conditioning" in two lines,
tering height 1-1/4 inches. followed by third line indicating temperature of flow-
ing medium. The sign should be as large as possible,
Lines eight to 10 inches diameter - let- but not to exceed LZ x 12 inches.
tering height 2-l/2 inches.

Lines over 10 inches diameter - lettering


height 3-1/2 inches. 5-?. International Standardization Agreement. Cer-
tain provisions of this section are subject to inter-
Arrow stem 1/8 maximum diameter of national standardization agreements (see ABC Stand-
line. Total length of arrow will be equal to diameter ard l1/3A, L7/25 and NATO, STANAG 3104) and
ol lines. shall not be changed except under emergeney condi-
tions without prior coordination with the Air Stand-
(4) Word Order - The words denoting function ardization Committee (ASCC). All requests for changes
will appear first in the printed identi_fication. The in existing markings or supplemental markings will
content description will appear immediately below be submitte d to He adquarters MOAMA, Attn : MONKSC,
the statement of function. Following below these, iI for approval.

5-4
T.O. 1-1-4 Section V

uln
s -T-'6
ROCKET HYDRAZINE TOXTC 150 PSt llr.Ei.rrsrD
FUEL
I HYDRAZINE TOXIC 150 Psl
ROCKET
FUEL IlYDRAZINE TOXIC 150 PSt

I HYDRAZINE TOXIC 150 PSt


ROCKET
FU EL roxtc --*>
HYDRAZINE 150 PSI
I

ROCK ET HYDRAZINE TOXTC 150 PSt

A. IDENTIFICATION GROUP, USTNG TAPES.

ROCKET FUEL
o HYDRAZINE
UJ
E. u.
(9 ' 150 PSI
TOXIC

B. IDENTIFICATION GROUP, USII.IG PAINTS,

Figure 5-1. Examples of Identificarion Groups.

5-5
Section V T.O. l-l-4

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c< oI
E,
?H
u-u Q-01
EIETE
ol o
"lo [51 5'
ROCKET
OXIDIZER ) ROCKET
FUEL
WATER
INJECTION
L*r"rr*"
ROCKET
OXIDIZER
) ROCKET WATER
INJECTION
I
L*"*"r*"
FUEL
ROCKET
) I

OXIDIZER 'r ROCKET


FUEL
WATER
INJE CTION ,*r*r,*o
|
ROCKET
OXIDIZER
) ROCKET WATER
INJECTION L*.*rr*"
FUEL

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J AJ o p
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)J
J-fo srE ol
I

LUBRICATION @ /f\
INSTRUMENT so li Bxr
HYDRAULIC AIR
E u,,
LUBRICATION B
E HYDRAULIC s INSTRUMENT
AIR
SOLVENT

LUBRICATIO E
@ HYDRAULIC
e INSTRUMENT
AIR
d
(
SOLVENT

LUBRICATION E INSTRUME
AIR
{ SO LVENT
EI HYDRAULIC

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=

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u ErE kJ'-tr
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AIR I{ONO FIRE
BREATHING ONDITIONIN PROTECTION
cooLAtiT OXYGEN PROPELLAN
AIR 'MONO FIRE
BREATHING ONDITIONIN PROPELLA PROTECTION
COOLANT OXYGEN
AIR MOlio FIRE
BREATIIING DITIONI PROTECTION
:OOLANT OXYGEN PROPELLANT
AIR lltoNo FIRE
enpA,rxlwd ONDITiONIN PROTEC
COOLANT OXYGEN. PROPELLA

ld li
B- o z
Y(, z z
=
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I'I
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CO\{P RESSE D
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COMPRE SSED I ELECTRIC AL
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COT{PRESSED re l.rr.t*r" AL
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Figure 5-2" Color Coded Functional Identification Tapes.

5-6
T.O. 1-1-4 Section V

I. WARNING SYMBOL WILL BE PRINTED ON


TAP ES.

2. MAXIMUM WIDTH OF TAPE SHALL BE I/2


INCH. CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE SYMBOL
AND THE EDGE OF THE TAPE ON EITHER
SIDE, SHALL BE APPROXIMATELY 1/4'IHE
WIDTH OF THE SYMBOL.

3. SYMBOL TO BE BLACK ON A WHITE OR


.METALLIC (StLVERY OR CHROME)
BACKGROUND.

4. SYMBOLS SHALL RECUR AT A MAXIMUM


INTERVAL OF I/4 INCH.

5. THIS SYMBOL SHOULD BE USED SPARING.


LY AND SHOULD NOT BE USED ON LINES
TO WARN AGAINSI HIGH PRESSURE OR
AGAINST A HAZARD ALREADY IDENTIFIED.

5. THE WARNING'SYMBOL SHALL BE PLACED


IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT TO THE IDENTI
FICATION GROUP AT THE END OPPOSITE
THE FUNCTIONAL TAPE.

NOTE: THIS SYMBOL MAY BE STENCILLED ON STEEL TAGS AND PAINTED


BANDS, OR THE SECONDARY HAZARD WARRANTING IDENTIFICATION
MAY BE WRITTEN (OR STAMPED ON ALUMINUM ALLOY TAGS) BENEATH
THE PRIMARY HAZARD.

Figure l-1. Warning Symbol'

5-7
Section V T. O. 1-1-4

Figure 5-4. Example of Electrical Identification.

ALT ERNAT E
METHOD

ROCKET FUEL
HYDRAZINE
r50 Psl

FCq INSTALLATIOI.I SEE FIGURE 5.6.


TAG MATERIAL TO BE ANNEALED ALUMINUM ALLOY, 0.025 i O.OO3 THICK,
PER FEDERAL SPECIFiCATION OQ.A.56I.
3. TAB A (SEE FIGURE 5'6) SIIALL HAVE A MINIMUI,I LENGTH EQUAL TO FOUR
TII,4ES THE DIAMETER OF THE LINE.
.I. TABS 8 AND C (SEE FIGUR:5.6) SHALL BE NOT MORE THAN I/1 INCH
LONG OR I '4 INCH HIGH.
5. TAG, ExCLUDING TABS, SHALL gE 3/1 ! til6 INCH HIGH BY l-ll2 1 l/S LCNG'
6. TABS IN DIRECT CONTACT WITH LINES MAY BE ZINC CHROMATE PRIMEO, OR
OTHER CORROSION PREVENTIVE I,IATERIAL MAY BE APPLIED AS REQUIRED.
7. IDENTIFICATION SHALL BE STAI,lPED IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAFH 5.5.
8. IF OTHER THAN A SELF.LOCKING TAG IS DESIRED, AN ACCEPTABLE ALTERNATE .
METHOD IS TO EL!ITINATE TABS A AND C, AND FASTEN WITH SMALL ALUMINUM
ALLOY RIVET OR SCREV/ ANO NUT.

Figure 5-5. Self-Loching Tag for Airborne Lines.

5-B
T.O. t-1-4 Section V

PLACE TAG ON LINE, WITH BEND TAB A FIRMLY AROUND


TAB A UP, WITH SLIGHT LINE, WITH END OF TAB
CLEARANCE BET}YEEN TABS PROJECTING ALONG THE
B AND C AND LINE. R.EAR SURFACE OF THE TAG.

FOLD TAB C TO TH E RE}.R FOLD TAB B TO THE REAR, FOLD TAB A PROJECTIOI.I BACK UP
OVER TAB A. OVER TABS C AND A OVER FOLDED IABS B AND C A}.ID
PRESS TIGHTLY AT JUNCTION UNTIL
SUITABLE BOND IS ATTAINED. TRIM
ANY EXCESS PROJECTION OF TAB A,

Figure 5-6. Self-Locking Tag'Installarion Details.

5-9/5-10
T.O. 1-1-4 Section Vi
Paragraphs 6-1 to 6-9

stcTtotlt Yt

CONSPICUITY AND ARCIIC MARHII{G USAT AIRCRATT

6-1. PURPOSE. Conspicuity and arctic markingUSAF NOTE


aircraJt with fluorescent paint, Specification MIL-P- Actirre combat force "strike" aircraft ap-
21563, or fluorescent film. Specification MIL-F- plies to aircraft assigned offensive mis-
22735, is to provide USAF piLots with a method for sion(s) requiring action into or o,rer
quick visual detection of other aircraJt. The primary ' hostile areas.
purpese of conspicuity markings is to avoid mid-air
collisions whereas arctic markings are applied for 6-5. Material Requirements for Conspicuity and
the purpose of locating downed aircraft. For specific Arctic ll'Iarkings. Either of the twofoilowing materials
conspicui.ty and arctic marking data see figures 3-? shall be used for conspicuity or arctic markings.
through 3-54.
. a. Fluorescent paint, Specification MIL-P-21563,
red-orange, Color No. 633. Refer to T.O. 1-1-8 for
application of fluorescent paint.
6-2. Conspicuity Marking Requirements. AircraJt in
the follorving categories shall be required to have b. Pressure sensitive fluorescent film, Specifi-
conspicuity markings: cation MIL-F-22?35, red-orange, Color No. 633.
a. Aircraft utilized by Air Training Command NOTE
for the primary purpose of pilot training. Specification MIL-F-22735 pressure sensi-
tive fluorescent film shall not be used on
b. Aircraft used primarily as target aircraft. aupersonic aircraft for conspicuity or arc-
tic marking purposes.
c. AFSC Mission AircraJt.
6-6. Application of Fluorescent Film, Specification
NOTE MIL-F-22735. Fluorescent film is a plastic film that
is granted a wide latitude of authori- 'incorporates all the required components of a fiuo-
AFSC
ty in determining conspicuity marking re- rescent system. It is precoated with a pressure serr-
quirements for aircraJt used in research sitive adhesive for ease of application. The adhesive
and development test programs, including is protected by a paper line which is removed with-
drone and director aircraJt, out the use of water or other solvent.

6-3. Arctic Marking Requirements. Aircraft assigned NOTE


to operate beyond the zone of interior (reference Avoid as much as possible applicatiorr of
T.O. 00-60A-1) shall be arctic marked,usingpatterns fluorescent film to aircraft surfaces with
as contained in figures 3-? through 3-54. raised head rivets, or to areas directly
subjected to hot exhaust gases, Specifica-
6-4. Arctic Marking Exemptions. Aircraft in the tion LIIL-L-?808 lubrlcant or synthetic
following cate gories are exempt from compliance with oils, or to JP-4 fuel leaI<s.
the arctic marking requirements.
6-?. Application Temperatures. Film shall be applieci

_ a. Air Attache assigned aircraJt. at temperatures below 50oF.

b. Aircraft scheduled ior aone-timeflightthrough 6'8. Preparation of Surfaces. Surfaces to be marked


or into and refurn from designed cold weather areas. with fluorescent film shall require stripping, cleart-
ing and surface treatment, including a coal: of zinc
c. Active combat force "strike" aircraJt assigned chroruate primer, Specification MIL-P-8585 or Spe-
t offensive missions into or over cold weather areas ciJication MIL-P-?962, prior to applying fluorescent
(period of 90 days or less). film to surface.
tl)rrl
d. Alaskan Air Corqmand is authorized use of 6-9. Appiication of Film. When more than one sec-
Specification MIL-E -7729 enamel or Specification tion of film is to be applied, adjoining edges shall
MIL-L-1953? Iacquer in lieu of Specification MIL- be overlapped a minimuro ot l/2 inch. The splices
P-2i563 fluorescent paint for arctic marking purposes. shaU bc shingied away from slip-stream so that

6-1
Section VI T.O. 1-1-4
Paragraphs 6-10 to 6-12

overlapped edge of film is not exposed to direct out to each edge using overlapping strokes and firm
blast of wind. On wing and horizontal stabilizer, pressure. This wilt avoid trapped air and wrirkles.
start application of first section at wing tip. Appiy Film may be pulled up and reapplied if air is trapped
succeeding sections toward fuselage, ma}ing overlap or a wrinkle is started.
splices parallel to slip-stream. On vertical stabil-
izer apply film horizontally, starting at base and NOTE
applying succeeding sections upward to tip. FiIm may Trimming of film is required around win-
be applied on vertical or horizontal sections of fuse- dows or to fit withi,n a special desigrn. In
Iage depending on size and contour of aircraft. If case of wi.ndow area, apply film up to t/2'
applied vertically, start application of flrst section inch of a window. Proper procedure for
ai trailing edge of area to be marked and apply trimming is to stop appllcation several
succeeding sections toward forward edge of pattern inches from edge to be trimmed. Place
area. Apply horizontal sections to fuselige by start- ' two-inch wide piece of aluminum (covered
ing at base and applying succeeding sections to top. with masking tape to prevent scratching
aircraft skin) under edge of film to be
6-10. Measuring and Cutting. trimmed. Lay another straight edge on top
' *. Measure area to be applied on aircraft and of fitra and trim with sharp blade (see E,
figure 6-1). Remove aluminum cuttlng
determine length of piece required. Cut proper length guides and squeegee film to surface.
of piece from roll of film with sharp blade.
d. Fold unapplied portion back and start remov-
NOTE ing paper liner away from the applied portiou. Re-
To prevent scratching or gouging of skin, move approximately two feet of paper, crease paper
filrn sha[ not be cut on aircraJt skin. Cut (do not cut) (see F, figure 6-1). Squeegee film to
on smooth, hard board or wood. surface and continue removing paper liner in short
sections and apptying film (see G, figure 6-1).
b. Where contour of aircralt surface exceeds
ability of film to conform without wrinkling, cut film e. Overlap succeeding sections of film a mini-
in narrower strips or to specific shape determined mum of L/2 L\ch over edge of section already applied
by paper pattern. Size and shape will be governed by (see H, figure 6-1).
the degree of compound curvature. To prepare paper
pattern, Iay tracing or masking paper on curved area NOTE
in question. Trace and cut paper so that pattern con- On smaller pieces, apply tape hinge to
forms smoothly to surface. Lay pattern in reverse any edge of film, fold back and completely
on paper liner side of film. Trace outline of pattern remove paper liner and apply film to sur-
and cut to shape. face.

NOTE f. Cut film at metal skin overlaps and access


If pattern is to be used more than once, plates. Feather back 1/8 inch from metai leading
make metal template from original paper edges (see I, figrrre 6-1), This is required for tho-
pattern. Identify and save for future use. rough edge sealing as specified in paragraph 6-12.
6-11. Applying Film. g. Any air bubbles observed after application of
film should be punctured with a pil point and air
a. Position cut section of film on aircraJt skin. worked out with plastic squeegee.
Hold in place with serveral strips of one-inch
masking tape. These strips also act as a hinge for NOTE
application. FiIm is usually hinged about one-quarter Application of a clear ;tcrylic ultraviolet
cli.stance from end which will first be applied (see resistant coating is not required after appli-
figure 6"'1). 1.;- cation of fluorescent fi,lm.

b. Fotd section to be applied back to the tape 6-12. Sealing of Exposed Edges. Exposed leading
hinge and strip paper liner from film (see B, figure edges of applied film shall be thoroughly edge sealed
6-1), Cut paper at the hinge with sirarp blade. Do with a liquid sealer confortniag to Specification MIL-
not tear (see C, figure 6-1). L-1953? clear acrylic and in accordance with the
following procedures.
c. Fold film back and hold slightly away from
aircraft skin to prevent premature contact of adhesive. a. Apply sealer in a smooth, continuous motion,
S'.art at center of hinge area and apply film to sur- using either the felt wieh applicator as supplied or a
face with plastic squeegee (see D, figure 6-1). Work one-inch brush.

6-2
T.O. 1-1-4 Section VI

TAPED ALUMINUM
CUTTING SURFACE

Figure 6-1. Application Technique for Fluorescent FiIm.

6-3
r'o' L-L- 'l
$::tj!l"Xl" 6-18 to 6-15
removal shall be softened and removed with a rag
b. Sealer wiII extend at least L/4 inch on each
moistened in Specification MIL-T-19544 acrylic thin-
side of film edge (see J, figure 6-1).
ner.
g. Ali leading edges of applied filnr on jet air- NOTE
craft shall be sealed with two coats of seaier, allow- Any area adjacent to either a replaced or
ing one hour drying time between coats. repaired section of film wherein the air-
craft paint system has been removed or .':
6-13. Finish Identification for Fluorescent Systems' damaged shall be touched up with a stand-
Identify either fluorescent paint or fluorescent film ard paint system prescribed for each air-
in aecordance with paragraph 2-15.
- cralt type.
Example: 6-15. MISSION REQUIREMENTS.

FB2O 19/31Jun64/MIL-F -22735 a, In the event of mission requirements wherein


F82019/3 1Jun64/MIL-P -2 1 5 63 the conspicuity or arctic markings would be detri-
mental to the safe accomplishrnent of the mission,
' aircraft
6-14. Maintenance and Repair of Film. Inspect seal involved willhavefluorescentmarkingsystem
of all leading edges cf applied film aJter 100 flight either stripped or camouJlaged. When removal can
hours or at periodic maintenance inspection. Re- be programmed, stripping will appty' When emergen-
apply edge sealer as required aJter thorough clean- cies dietate, conspicuity or arctic markings shali be
ing of area to be sealed. Wipe area with clean, lint- camouflaged
free cloth lightly moistened with solvent, dry cleaning
Fed I Specification P-S-661. Wipe dry with aclean, b. The stripped magnesium areas shallbepair.ted
lint-r.ee cloth. with two coats of zinc chromate primer, Specification
MIL-P-7962, in accordance with instructions con-
a. Damaged areas should be carefully removed tained in this directive. Tvo coats of lacquer con-
and edges trimmed smooth, using care to prevent forming to Specification MIL-L-19537, pigmented
any scouring or scratching of aircraft skin. Cut patch with 12 ounces per gallon of aluminum paste, Fed-
of film one inch larger than area to be repaired. eral Specification TT-P-320, shall be applied.
Apply film and thoroughly seat edges as required
and prescribed in ParagraPh 6-12.
c. The stripped aluminum areas will not normal-
b. Periodic cleaning of aircraft conspicuity or ly require protective coating after stripping. In event
arctic marked with fluorescent film, Specification corrosion is present, treat surface inaecordancewith
MIL-F-22735, requires the same cleaning process T.O. 1-1-2.
established for aircrait conspicuity or arctic marked
wlth fluorescent paint. Refer to T.O. 1-1-1 for clean- d. In the event time will not permit stripping and
ing of aeronautical equiPment. the conspicuity or arctic
repainting, camoullage
marked areas with two light coats of grey palnt
c. To rernove film, use a beveled plexiglass conforming to Specification MIL-P-6884 ;

scraper to separate a corner of film from aircraft


skin. From loosened corner gradually peel film from NOTE
skin. Temperature for removal should be no lower The Specification MIL-P-6884 material can
tha 'loF. Use of heat assists removal- Eleat can be removed with mineral spirits aJter the
be. s,rpplied by exposing aircralt to hot sunlight or necessity for camouflage has passed with-
by directing heat from a ground heater onto the film. out seriously alfecting the fluorescentpaint
Any adhesive remaining on aircraft skin after film system.

1
.l
,d

6-4
T.O. 1_1_4 Section VII
: Paragraplr 7- 1

s[cIl0N vll

PA!NTIHG AIID AIARKII{G &IATERIAI.S

?-1. GENERAL. The materials listed will be re-


quired for compliance vith this technical order.
Since material requirements cannot be predetermined,
the materials may be requisitioned as required from
the applicable properfy classes.

FSN NOMENCLATURE SPECIFICATION QUANTITY APPLICATION

8010-59?-9770 Coating, Compound, TT-P:54 Qt Mounting location of


Phosphorescent flash lights (transport
aircraft)

8010-898-5984 Coating, Polyurethane, MrL-c-27227. L rp finish for aircraft


Thermal Resistant utilized in thermo-
nuclear testing

8030-506-4030 Coating, Elastomer MIL-C-7439 at Top finish for storage


battery compartment
and adjacent suriaces

8030-597-0892 Coating, Compound, MrL-C-8514 (AER) Kit Wash primer undercoat


Metal, Pretreatment for metal surfac.es

6810-637-6132 Cyclohexanone, Tech 8oz Required for soll'ent


activated decals

8010-169-8268 Dope, Cellulose MIL-D-5552 5 Gal Vehicle for alunrinurn


Nitrate, Clear paste

8010- 168-8812 Dope, Cellulose MIL-D.5553 Gal Undercoat to tauten


Nitrate, Clear fabric covered surfaces

8010-59?-7843 Enamel, Camouflage, MIL-.8-5556 GaI Anti-glare purposes -


Olive Drab, No.612 surfaces in vicinitY
of cockpit

8010-597-7859 Enamel, Camouflage, MIL-E-5556 GaI Anti-glare purposes


Black, No.37038
8010-297-2096 Enamel, Gloss, MIL-E-7729 caI Solor resistant finish
White, No.1?875 for passenger aircraft

8010-680-0202 Enamel, Gloss, MIL-E-7729 Ga1 Lettering and numerals


Rlack, No.17038 on yellow surfaces.
Substitute for Blue,
No.15044
i:i?
8010-598-5927 Enamel, Gloss, MII,-E-7?29 Gal Used on white and
Blue. No.15044 aluminized finishes

7-!
Section VII T.O. 1-1-4

FSN NOMENCLATURE SPECIFICATION QUANTITY APPLICATION

8010- 598- 5929 Enamel, Gloss, Blue, MIL-E-7729 Qt Tubing identitication


No. 15102

801 0- 598- 593 1 Enamel, Gloss, Bro.lrr, MIL-E-7729 Qr T.ubing identif ication
No. 10049

8010- 598-2634 Enamel, Gloss, Gray, MrL-E-7729 Qr Tubing identification


No. 16473

8010-297- 2093 Enamel, Gloss, Green, MiL-E-??29 Qt Tubilg identification


No. 14187

8010-664-4768 Enamel, Gloss, MIL-E-7729 Gal For markj.ng power


Orange, No. 12197 plants, tow target air-
craft, trainer
helicopter

80'"-663-3018 Enamel, Gloss, Red, MIL-E-7?29 Qt Lettering and numerals


No.11136 on black surfaces

8010- 598- 505? Enamel, Gloss, Yellow, MIL.E-7729 Qt Escape hatches, doors,
No.13538 windows, etc, vingtips,
floats on search and
rescue aircraft

8010- 59?- 7846 Enamel, Gloss, Red, MIL-E 7729 GaI Instrument traiaing
No.509 aircraft
8010- 598- 5945 Enamel, Gloss, Yellow, MIL-E-7729 cal Trainer helicopter
No.13655

8010- 16b- 1616 Enamel, Gloss, Heat MIL-E-5557 Gal For non-corrosive
Resisting, Type I, resistant surface
Black, No.17038 having ambient temper-
ature 4000 - 500oF
8010-664-4761 Enamel, Gloss, White, TT-E-489 Gat Undercoat - steel
No.17875 (metal tags)

8nr ^-682-6836 Kit-3GaIFluorescent MIL-P-21563 Kit Conspicuity arctic


Paint, No.633, 2 GaI marking
Clear Overcoating
9905-893-0702 Kit - One RolI, 12 in. X Kit Conspicuity arctic
50 Yds Fluorescent FiIm, marking
Class I (Unperforated),
Color No.633, Spec MIL-
F-22735 (WEPS); one
Plastic Squeeze, 8 Oz
Can Clear Liquid \,
Sealer, Spec MIL-L-
19537; IIIUs Applica- ,/
i:i,, tion Instru ctions

7-2
T. O. 1-1-4 Section VII

FSN NOMENCLATURE SPECIEICATION QUANTITY APPLICATION


9905-893- 0703 Kit -One Roll 24 in. X Kit Conspicuity arctie
50 Yds Fluorescent Film, marking
Class I (Unperforated),
CoIor No.633, Spec MIL-
F-22735 (WEPS); One
Plastic Squeeze, 8 Oz
Can Clear Liquid
Sealer, Spec MIL-L-
1953?; Illus Applica-
tion Instructions
8010-530- 5456 Lacquer, Lusterless, MrL-L-19538 Qt Propeller
No. 33538
8010-251- 6495 Lacquer, Colorless MIL-L-7178 Gal Vehicle for alumi.num
paste for magaesium
surfaces
80i0- 551- ?933 Lacquer, Gloss, BIue, MrL-L-19537 Ga1 For marking vhite
No. 15044 and aluminized finishes

80 10- 527- 2507 Lacquer, Gloss, Black, MrL-L-19537 Gal Lettering and numerals
No. 17038 on yellow surfaces.
Substitute for 15044

80 10- 52?-2502 Lacquer, Gloss, Orange, MIL-L-19537 GaI For marking power
No. 12197 plants, tow target air-
craft, trainer heli-
copter

8010- 551- 7932 Lacquer, Gloss, Red, MrL-L-19537 GaI Lettering and numerals
No. 11136 on black finishes

8010- 5 5.1- 7936 Lacquer, Gloss, Red, MIL-L-1953? GaI Instrument training
No. 509 aircraft
8010 -527-2493 Lacquer, Gloss, White, MIL-L-19537 Gal Propel}ers, lettering
I No. 17875 and numerals for
1' rs search,/rescue aircraft

9
8010- 527-2518 Lacquer, Gloss, Yellow, MrL-L-19537 GaI Escape hatches, doors,
No. 13538 windows, etc, wingtips,
floats, on search/
rescue aircraft
8010- 527- 1508 Lacquer, Gloss, Clear MrL-L-19537 O", Vehicle for aluminum
paste

8010-530-6383 Lacquer, Lusterless, MIL-L-19538 Qt Propellers


Red, No.31136

8010- 527-2884 Lacquer, Lusterless, MrL-L-19538 Gal Propellers


BIack, No.3?038
6810-zf5:eo6? Naphtha, Aromatic, TT-N-97 GaI Thirurer tor varnish,
Type tr Specification MIL-V-
6894

5350-721-8118 Paper, Abrasive, P-P-101 5osH Dry-scuffing wash


No.400 primer

r-O
Section VII
T.O. 1-1-4

FSN NOMENCLATURE SPECIFICATION QUANTITY Tl'PPLICATION


8010- 684- 8960 Paint, Kit- Fluorescent, MrL-P-21563 Kit Arctic marking
Red Orange, No.633
8010- 663- 3050 Paint, Temporary, MIL-P-6884 10 Lb Canouflage conspicuity
Gray, No.36231 marking
5120- 628- 5569 Plastic Applicator For applying decals
8010-687-4019 Pigment, Alqminum TT-P-320 Lb Additive for clear
Paste lacquer or varnish for
aluminized finish
Primer,- Zinc Chromate MIL-P-8585 1 Gal Undercoat for enamel
8010- 526- 2523 Primer, Lacquer T1rye MIL-P-?962 5 GaI Undercoat for lacquer
finish
. a0ro-grz:rzt+ Primer, Coating TT-P-636 Qt Undercoat steel
8010-8{5- 0366 Primer, Epoxy Resin MrL-P-27316 1 Gal Undercoat for thermal
resistant finish
8010- 165- 553 5 Remover, Paint MrL-R-25134 55 Gal Remove paint/varnish
from metal surfaces
6850- 27.4- 5421 Solvent P-S-661 Gal Cleaner for fluore-
scent film
8010-223 -5069 Surfacer, Liquid MIL-S-4895 Gal Grained woods -
middle coat
75r0-753-4727 Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 Roll Tubing identification
tive, Hydraulic
', ,- ?53 -4?30 Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 Roll Tubing identification
tive, Breathing Oxygen

?510- 753 -4?3 1 Tape, Pressure Sensi- MiL-T-9906 RolI Tubing identification
tive, Air Conditioning
75L0-'153-4732 Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 Roll Tubing identification
tive, Fire Protection
7510- ?53-4733 .Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 Roll Tublng identification
tive, De-icing (content)
7510- ?53-4?34
,...;
Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 RoIl Tubing identification
tive, Pneumatlc

?510-753-4735 Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL T-9906 RoIl Tubing identification


tive, Electricat Conduit
?510- ?53-473 6 Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 RolI Tubing identification
tive, Compressed Gas
?s10- ?53-4?3? Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 RoIl Tubing identification
tive, Coolant

7-4
T.O. 1-1-4 Section VII

NOMENCLATURE SPECIFICATION I QUALITY APPLICATION


-t
isto-tsz-slqo Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 RoIl Tabing identilication
tive, Water Injection
7510-',l53-474t Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 RoIl Tubing identificrtion
tive, Lubrication
75L0-753-4742 'fape, Pressure Sensi- MIL'-T-9906 RoII Tubing identification
tive, Instrument Air
7510-753-4745 Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T.9906 EoII Tubing.(warning
tive,SkuII and Cross- symbol)
bones

7570-752-4728 Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 Roll Tubing identificaiion


tive, FueI (content)

7510-805- 0633 Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 Roll Tubing identification


tive, Rocket Oxydizer
7510 Tape, Pressure Sensi.: MIL-T-9906 RoII Tubing identification
tive,Rocket Fuel

7510- Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 RoIi Tubing identiflcation


tive, Solvent

7510- Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 RoII Tubing identification


tive, Monopropellant
7510- Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 Roll Tubing identification
tive, Rocket Catalyst
7510- Tape, Pressure Sensi- MIL-T-9906 RoII Tubing identiiication
tive, Inerting
7510-NL Tape, Retroflective MrL-R-13689 RolI For descerning at
night - escape hatches,
doors, windows, etc.
t
8010- 162- 5289 Thinner MIL-T-6095 cal Blush retarder for
!'i dope and lacquer
F
8010- 160- 5787 'Thinner TT-T-266 Gal Lacquer thinner,
removal of dope from
fabric surfaces
8010- 527- 2897 Thianer MIL-T-19544 5 cal Removal of film
adhesive

6810-281-2002 Toluene TT-T-548 Thinner-primer, Speci-


fication MIL-P-8085

8010- 168-88 10 Varnish, Spar MIL-V-6894 cat Exterior plyrvood


finish, topcoat ior
aluminized Iacqrlsl
(ambient tempelatures
3000 - 4000F)

7-5
i .r

Section Vtr T.O. 1-1-4

FSN NOMENCLATURE SPECIFICATION QUALITY APPLICATION

8010-221-2809 Varnish TT-V-109 Qt Topcoat for phos-


phorescent finish
(rr-P-54).
6810-598-6600 Xylene, Technical TT-X-916 Gal Thinner - fluorescent
paint, Specification
MIL-P-21563

i. '.

?-6