Many years ago, when I first started in this industry one of the designers gave me a photocopy of a multi-page reference showing AN NAS and MS parts (original source AIMSCO I believe), their supercessions, etc. I am now trying to compile a Design Manual, and would like to use this as a starting point, updating the supercessions and cross references. But alas my copy is worn and tattered making it unsuitable for scanning and use in the manual. Does anyone have a relatively clean copy scanned that I could use? There appears to be a good copy on "Engineers Edge", however, all attempts to contact them and obtain an unlocked/printable version have been in vain.
Your help with this and any suggestions for sources of data for inclusion in the manual are appreciated.
Randall Shelaga AScT Manager, Technical Operations DIRAND Aerotech Inc.
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