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Maintenance Management is defined as:
the actions necessary to retain or restore material or equipment to a
serviceable condition with a minimum expenditure of resources
Who has the overall responsibility to provide aircrew with the best product available?
the person certifying the A/C safe for flight
What things are checked by the person certifying an A/C safe for flight?
1. Aircraft Discrepancy Book (ADB)- to ensure all downing discrepancies and inspections have been signed
2. Ensure fuel samples have been taken within 24 hours of the initial launch
3. Oil consumption
4. Update A/C weight and balance report and configuration for each flight as applicable, and during hot seating operations review any new discrepancies with the debarking pilot to ensure flight safety.
The pilot in command shall review the ADB for at least how many previous flights?
10
The Aircraft Inspection and Aircraft Acceptance Record (OPNAV 4790/141) provides for:
1. The pilot's acceptance of the aircraft in its present condition
2. Identification of aircraft by BUNO, T/M/S, and reporting custodian,
3. Certification of an aircraft's readiness for flight by maintenance personnel, and a record of fuel, oil, oxygen, expendable ordnance aboard, special equipment, and limitations
Hot Refueling is:
An operational evolution where an aircraft is refueled while the engine(s) is (are) operating.
Hot Seating is:
An operational evolution where the pilot/crew of an aircraft is changed while the engine(s) is (are) operating and the aircraft is to be immediately relaunched.
For a hot seat evolution what is initiated?
A new Aircraft Inspection and Acceptance Record
What is the minimum that must be completed of an Aircraft Inspection and Aircraft Acceptance Record in hot seat conditions?
"Hot Seat" is written in block 8, and the new pilot-in-command reads the ADB and signs block 11.
Who signs block 10 of The Aircraft Inspection and Acceptance Record?
The debarking pilot.
T/F Turnaround inspections are required for aircraft participating in hot seat evolutions.
F
When are turnaround inspections required for hot seat evolutions?
Only those items pertaining to the refueling shall be required for aircraft participating in hot refueling evolutions when the aircraft is to be immediately relaunched.
What is a FCF?
Functional Check Flight
What is a FCF's purpose?
FCFs are required to determine whether the airframe, power plant, accessories, and equipment are functioning per predetermined standards while subjected to the intended operating environment.
When is a FCF required?
1. Upon completion of standard rework conducted by the rework facility.
2. When a reporting custodian accepts a newly assigned aircraft, and upon return of an aircraft from standard rework.
3. After the installation or reinstallation of an engine, propeller, propeller governor, major fuel system component, helicopter engine drive train, transmission, and gearbox; in addition, any other components which cannot be checked during ground operations.
4. When fixed flight surfaces have been installed or reinstalled. This excludes removal and
reinstallation of quick-disconnect aft sections of gas turbine engine aircraft when no work which requires an FCF is performed on removed section.
5. When movable flight surfaces or rotary wings have been installed, reinstalled, or rerigged.
6. When an aircraft with a single primary attitude source per pilot station has had the attitude indicator or display, attitude source, subsystem, or component removed, replaced, or adjusted.
7. When an aircraft with dual or multi-independent attitude reference sources has had the indicators/displays, attitude reference sources, subsystems, or components removed, replaced, or adjusted in two or more of the attitude reference systems. Aircraft with four or more independent attitude reference sources in which two sources are known good, and the integrity of those two sources has not been jeopardized, will not require an FCF.
8. When any condition cited in the applicable NATOPS manuals occurs.
9. When an aircraft that has not flown in 30 or more days is returned to flight status.
T/F A FCF is required after completion of phase inspections.
F unless there is a discrepancy that requires a FCF.
Can a FCF be combined with an operational flight?
Yes, at the CO's discretion provided the operational portion is not conducted until the FCF requirements have been completed and entered on the FCF checklist.
Where are the completed FCF checklists retained?
In the Aircraft Maintenance files
How long are FCF checklists retained for?
6 months or one phase cycle whichever is greater.
How are inspections scheduled at each activity?
so that a minimum number of aircraft are undergoing inspection at any one time
How are inspection intervals determined?
By MRCs( Maintenance Requirement Cards)
Define Phase Inspection.
The phase maintenance concept divides the total scheduled maintenance requirement into small packages or phases of approximately the same work content.
T/F Standard rework interrupts the phase inspection cycle.
F
T/F Phase inspections are not included in the standard rework specifications, and are not done during the standard rework process.
T
How long is a daily inspection valid for?
72 hours, provided no flight occurs during this period and no maintenance other than servicing has been performed.
How long may an aircraft be flown before another daily inspection is required?
24hrs
What is a turnaround inspection?
An inspection conducted between flights to ensure the integrity of the aircraft for flight, verify proper servicing, and to detect degradation that may have occurred during the previous flight.
What is a servicing inspection?
An inspection used to monitor fluids consumed during flight, IE fuel, oil, and other consumables(hyd).
What is a special inspection?
A scheduled inspection with a prescribed interval other than daily or phase. The intervals are specified in the applicable PMS publication and are based on elapsed calendar time, flight hours, operating hours, or number of cycles or events, for example, 7, 28 days; 50, 100, 200 hours; 10, 100 arrestments; or 5,000 rounds fired.
What is a conditional inspection?
Conditional maintenance requirements are unscheduled events required as the result of a specific overlimit condition, or as a result of circumstances or events which create an administrative requirement for an inspection. IE airframe hard landing, precarrier, predeployment, aircraft ferry, acceptance, transfer, and engine overspeed and overtemp inspections.
What is a zonal inspection?
This inspection is a general inspection of a specific area of an aircraft. These inspections are for obvious defects such as leaks, frayed cables, cracks, corrosion, or physical damage. Zonal inspections are normally performed in conjunction with other scheduled maintenance tasks by the rating or MOS assigned.
What is an acceptance inspection?
This inspection is performed at the time a reporting custodian accepts a newly assigned aircraft, from any source, including return of an aircraft from an off-sight D-level facility.
What is a transfer inspection?
This inspection is performed at the time a reporting custodian transfers an aircraft to another operating activity including a delivery to an off-site D-level facility.
What is a critical defect?
A defect that constitutes a hazard to airworthiness. The condition is such that corrective action is required prior to release of the aircraft for flight.
What is a major defect?
A defect that materially reduces the use of the unit or part for its intended purpose. Aircraft is safely flyable but requires major repair within a specified time frame.
What is a minor defect?
A defect that does not materially reduce the use of the unit or part for its intended purpose.
What is an ASPA evaluation?
A conditional maintenance action that is a D-level evaluation of aircraft general material condition.
What is a Pre-D-level Inspection?
An inspection is performed prior to induction to on-site standard and special rework. It includes an inventory of all equipment listed in the AIR, verification of CADs and PADs, and a configuration verification.
What is a Post-D-level Inspection?
This inspection is performed at the time a reporting custodian receives an aircraft from on-site standard and special rework. It includes an inventory of all equipment listed in the AIR, verification of CADs and PADs, configuration verification, hydraulic fluid sampling, daily inspection, and FCF. Activities may elect to increase the depth of inspection if equipment condition, visual external inspection, or record examination indicates such action is warranted.
What document is used to record SE issue and receipt?
OPNAV 4790/64 The Support Equipment Transaction Report
All personnel shall have in their possession what document to check a specific piece of SE equipment out?
OPNAV 4790/102 A valid USN Aviation Support Equipment Operator's License
What document is used to record a pre-operational inspection of all SE prior to issuing?
OPNAV 4790/52 SE Preoperational Record
What document is used to record the maintenance history of a specific piece of SE?
OPNAV 4790/51 The SE Custody and Maintenance History Record
What is an ALSS inspection?
Aviation Life Support Systems inspections are conducted IAW MRCs.
What are SRCs?
Scheduled Removal Components
When are SRCs usually replaced?
SRCs are normally replaced at the scheduled inspection which falls nearest to the applicable limitation
What is an ASR?
Assembly Service Record
What is Cannibalization?
Removal of serviceable parts from one aircraft or equipment for installation on another aircraft or equipment.
What is the MMP?
Monthly Maintenance Plan
What is the MMP's purpose?
The purpose of the MMP is to provide scheduled control of the predictable maintenance workload, for example, inspections, transfer or receipt of aircraft, and compliance with TDs.