The spindle horn is a critical safety item so follow every step like it says in WP 0560 00 of TM 1-1520-237-23-7 when removing it.
What does CSI stand for?
CSI stands for Critical Safety Item
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 1007 other meanings of CSI in our Acronym Attic
- Creative Sensor Inc. (Taiwan)
- Creative Specialties International
- Creative Strategies International
- Credential Securities, Inc. (Canada)
- Credit Suisse International (various locations)
- Crew Software Interface (NASA)
- Crime Scene Investigation (CBS TV show)
- Crime Scene Investigator
- Crime Stoppers International
- Crime Stoppers, Inc. (various locations)
- Critical Success Index
- Critical Sustainability Item (US DoD)
- Criticare Systems, Inc (Waukesha, WI)
- Critter Scene Investigation
- Crop System Interface
- Crowbar Swinging Idiots
- Cryptologie et Sécurité Informatique (French: Cryptology and Information Security)
- Crystal Structure Imaging
- Cuban Studies Institute
- Current Source Inverter (type of variable speed controller for AC motors)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The bearings are a critical safety item, used in the swashplate assembly of the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter.
1970 - A ductile iron steering knuckle, a critical safety item, is introduced on Chevrolet's Cadillac automobile.
The benefits of JDRS are significant, and they include: * Improved quality of material and readiness * Enhanced visibility of deficiency reports across all services * Increased visibility of critical safety items throughout the aeronautical enterprise * Reduced total ownership cost and cycle time * Partnered efforts between government and industry * Improved exhibit inventory management and management metrics * Automated routing of deficiency reports and ease of use The various JDRS deficiency reports includes: product quality deficiency reports (PQDRs); engineering investigations (EIs); material deficiency reports(MDRs); acceptance inspection deficiency reports (AIDRs); and hazardous material reports (HMRs).
QUALITY CONTROL OF AVIATION CRITICAL SAFETY ITEMS AND RELATED SERVICES (DFARS CASE 2003-D101) Finalizes, with changes, the interim rule published in DFARS Change Notice 20040917 to implement statutory requirements for quality control in the procurement, modification, repair, and overhaul of aviation critical safety items.