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All personnel authorized to release aircraft safe for flight shall be designated in writing by who?
CO
This inspection is conducted to inspect for defects to a greater depth than the turnaround inspection.
Daily Inspection.
The daily inspection is valid for a period of
72 hours commencing from the date and time when it was done.
On a Daily Inspection inspections A/C can fly for how long before the next inspection
24 hours
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.
Turnaround Inspection
The turnaround inspection may be considered valid for a period of
24 hours
These requirements provide for replenishment of fuel, oil, and other consumables expended during flight.
Servicing
This inspection is a scheduled inspection with a prescribed interval other than daily or phase
special inspection
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. WHAT INSP IS THIS?
Conditional Inspection.
The phase maintenance concept divides the total scheduled maintenance requirement into small packages or phases of approximately the same work content
Phase 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 Inspection
WHEN SHOULD A TRANSFER INSPECTION BE CONDUCTED
A transfer inspection shall be performed when a reporting custodian transfers an ATO aircraft to an off-site FRC/commercial rework facility for special rework/mod/SDLM/IMC/P or to another operating unit.
A defect that constitutes a hazard to airworthiness
DEFECT, CRITICAL
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.
DEFECT, MAJOR
- A defect that does not materially reduce the use of the unit or part for its intended purpose
DEFECT, MINOR
This is a comprehensive inspection performed to determine the material condition of the engine.
Major Engine Inspection
USN Aviation Support Equipment Operator's License
OPNAV 4790/102
BY WHAT AUTHORITY SHOULD SQUADRONS, TYPE WING/AIR WING REQUEST TO CANNIBALIZE AN A/C
TYPE WING/AIR WING COMMANDER.
CANNIBALIZAITON SHOULD BE DIRECTED VIA WHAT?
MESSAGE
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF MMP (MONTHLY MAINTENANCE PLAN)
is to provide scheduled control of the predictable maintenance workload, for example, inspections, transfer or receipt of aircraft, and compliance with TDs.
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PREPARING AND PUBLISHING THE MMP (MONTHLY MAINTENACE PLAN)
MMCO-Maintenance Material Control Officer
Preflight/Daily/Turnaround/Postflight Maintenance Record
OPNAV 4790/38
what is the preferred level of preservation?
Level III 0-indefinte time
Level I of preservation
0-90 days
Level II of preservation
0-1 year
OPNAVINST 4614.1
Instructions for using the material priority system and for assigning FADs
FAD II activity can submit wht type priorities requisitions.
2, 5, 12
FAD III activity can submit wht type priorities requisitions.
3, 6, 13
are assigned to identify requisitions and related documents applicable to specific projects or programs.
Project codes
Production Control, in working with the CCS and AMSU, will set workload priorities based on the following:
Priority 1.
Support of NMC or PMC aircraft
This priority is also assigned to activities within 30 days of deployment.
Production Control, in working with the CCS and AMSU, will set workload priorities based on the following: Priority 2
Repair of critical LRCAs and SE. This priority is also assigned to O-level maintenance activity's work stoppage requirements.
Production Control, in working with the CCS and AMSU, will set workload priorities based on the following: Priority 3
. Repair of noncritical LRCAs and SE and repair or manufacture of material for nonfixed allowance stock.
Production Control, in working with the CCS and AMSU, will set workload priorities based on the following: Priority 4
Processing of salvaged material and nonaeronautical work
When a replacement CRIPL item is received, turn-in of the old item must be made within
24 hours
what Publication provides preservation and packaging requirements for specific repairable
NAVSUP 700
SM&R)
Source, Maintenance, and Recoverability code
used to communicate maintenance and supply instructions to various logistic support levels and using commands for the logistic support of systems, equipment, and end items.
1 SM&R codes
OPNAVINST 4410.
SM&R codes
This term is used to define costs which have accumulated as a result of O-level and I-level maintenance performed on, or in support of aircraft
Aviation Maintenance Costs
O&MN appropriation is known as
OPTAR
AVDLRs are financed by what fund.
NWCF
(OFC-01
Flight Operations Funds EX
aviation fuel
flight clothing
consumable office supplies
flight deck shoes
liquid oxygen
cog 1I forms
publications
plaques for CO and XO
AFM Funds will be used to finance the cost of what?
material used for maint corrosion control
consumable repair parts
pre expended
aviation fuel used at I level
fuel used for SE
hand tools
safety and flight deck shoes
repair and mainte of flight clothing
coz Z
NAVCOMPT 2155
Requisition/OPTAR Log
File 1
Unfilled Order Chargeable Documents For Transmittal. This file contains the accounting copy DD 1348 green copy, DD 1348M, and DD 1149. Underway replenishment requisitions and all debit adjustment documents which increase the estimated cost chargeable based on an advance price change will be included
File 2.
Unfilled Order Cancellation Documents/Lists for Transmittal. This file contains lists of confirmed cancellations or copies of individual cancellation documents, advance downward price adjustments, and copies or lists of administrative cancellations of above threshold unfilled orders that decrease the estimated cost chargeable
NAVCOMPT 2156
OPTAR Document Transmittal Report
when are TL's transmitted
on the 15th and last day of each month
NAVCOMPT 2157
BOR- Budget and OPTAR Report
WHEN ARE BOR'S SUBMITTED
on the first work day of the month following the end of the month being reported. Current and prior year OPTAR reports and any other related information prescribed by the ACC/TYCOM will be included
SFOELD'S Rejection codes are listed in
NAVSO P-3013-1
Age Unfilled Order Listing. An AUOL will be forwarded
quarterly
The AUOL lists all unfilled orders held in the DFAS files over
120 days old which have not matched with related expenditure documents and have not been cancelled
Who should be responsible for the issuing to pilots of flight packets?
Supply officer or Material control officer
Purchase Order/Invoice/Voucher
SF44
AMSU
Aeronautical Material Screening Unit
AMMRL
Aircraft Maintenance Material Readiness List
- program provides the data required for the effective management of SE at all levels of aircraft maintenance
(AIRs)
Aircraft Inventory Records - record use for the accountability for equipment and material installed on A/C
WHO IS the sole authority for changes and revisions of AIRs.
COMNAVAIRSYSCOM (AIR-6.6)
WHAT IS (OPNAV 4790/111
Aircraft Inventory Record Equipment List
AIR
WHAT IS (OPNAV 4790/112
Aircraft Inventory Record Shortages
When shortages are discovered upon receipt of an aircraft and are not properly recorded in the AIR, the receiving organization will itemize shortages and submit a list of such shortages, within how many days?
10 working days after receipt of the aircraft
The transferring organization of an aircraft will take actions within how many working days after receipt of shortage on the AIR are identify?
15 working days
what actions are required by the transferring activity after receipt of shortage are identify?
furnish turn in doc or
furnish shipping data indicationg shortage are enroute or
provide other means of accounting for listed property.
if the transferring activity is unable to justify missing items a DD200 will be submitted.
The AIR shall consist of the following parts:
Aircraft Inventory Record Cover (OPNAV 4790/109); Aircraft Inventory Record (OPNAV 4790/110);
Aircraft Inventory Record (Equipment List) (OPNAV 4790/111);
Aircraft Inventory Record (Shortages) (OPNAV 4790/112);
Aircraft Inventory Record Certification and Record of Transfer (OPNAV 4790/104).
Publications dealing primarily with the operation and maintenance of aircraft and related equipment within the DON are issued by or under the direction of
COMNAVAIRSYSCOM
listings of equipment and material required for performance of specific missions.
TBAs
APL
Allowance Parts List
The APL is provided by who?
NAVICP
what lists both an equipment's technical characteristics and logistics information
APL
AEL
Allowance Equipage List
The Allowance Equipage List is provided by who?
NAVICP
what describes a system supported by an authorized range of operating space items. This material falls into the general categories of tools and equipage to be retained in the custody of the users department.
AEL
IPB
Illustrated Parts Breakdown OR Illustrated Parts Catalog
TD's
Technical Directives
procedure required when Navy property and DLA material, including IMRL equipment/SE, in Navy custody is lost, damaged, or destroyed.
a survey
The Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss
DD 200