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How many volumes are there in the NAMP
5
Vol I covers what topics
a. Depot Level maintenance
b. Standard Operating Procedures
c. Aviation 3 M data processing requirements
d. addresses concepts, policies, organizations, maintenance support procedures, and O-level and I-level maintenance.
e. MDS (maintenance Data Systems)
d. addresses concepts, policies, organizations, maintenance support procedures, and O-level and I-level maintenance.
Vol II covers what topics
a. Depot Level maintenance
b. Standard Operating Procedures
c. Aviation 3 M data processing requirements
d. addresses concepts, policies, organizations, maintenance support procedures, and O-level and I-level maintenance.
e. MDS (maintenance Data Systems)
a. Depot Level maintenance
Vol III covers what topics
a. Depot Level maintenance
b. Standard Operating Procedures
c. Aviation 3 M data processing requirements
d. addresses concepts, policies, organizations, maintenance support procedures, and O-level and I-level maintenance.
e. MDS (maintenance Data Systems)
e. MDS (maintenance Data Systems)
Vol IV covers what topics
a. Depot Level maintenance
b. Standard Operating Procedures
c. Aviation 3 M data processing requirements
d. addresses concepts, policies, organizations, maintenance support procedures, and O-level and I-level maintenance.
e. MDS (maintenance Data Systems)
c. Aviation 3 M data
Vol V covers what topics
a. Depot Level maintenance
b. Standard Operating Procedures
c. Aviation 3 M data processing requirements
d. addresses concepts, policies, organizations, maintenance support procedures, and O-level and I-level maintenance.
e. MDS (maintenance Data Systems)
b. Standard Operating Procedures
Corrections, Changes, and Deviations Processing can be found in what Vol and Chapter
a. Vol 2 Chap 2
b. Vol 3 Chap 3
c. Vol 1 Chap 1
d. Vol 2 Chap 1
c. Vol 1 Chap 1
The NAMP is sponsored and directed by
a. NAVAIR
b. AIRLANT
c. CO
d. CNO
d. CNO
Warning, cautions, and notes used in the instruction are explained as followed
Warnings refers to
a. damage
b. procedure
c. injury
c. injury
Warning, cautions, and notes used in the instruction are explained as followed
Caution refers to
a. damage
b. procedure
c. injury
a. damage
Warning, cautions, and notes used in the instruction are explained as followed
"Note" refers to
a. damage
b. procedure
c. injury
b. procedure
The concept of word usage and intended meaning that has been adhered to is as follows
"Should" refers to
a. mandatory
b. recommended
c. optional
d. no requirement
b. recommended
The concept of word usage and intended meaning that has been adhered to is as follows
"Will" refers to
a. mandatory
b. recommended
c. optional
d. no requirement
d. no requirement
The concept of word usage and intended meaning that has been adhered to is as follows
"Shall" refers to
a. mandatory
b. recommended
c. optional
d. no requirement
a. mandatory
The concept of word usage and intended meaning that has been adhered to is as follows
"May and need not" refers to
a. mandatory
b. recommended
c. optional
d. no requirement
c. optional
Vol V covers what topics
a. Depot Level maintenance
b. Standard Operating Procedures
c. Aviation 3 M data processing requirements
d. addresses concepts, policies, organizations, maintenance support procedures, and O-level and I-level maintenance.
e. MDS (maintenance Data Systems)
b. Standard Operating Procedures
Corrections, Changes, and Deviations Processing can be found in what Vol and Chapter
a. Vol 2 Chap 2
b. Vol 3 Chap 3
c. Vol 1 Chap 1
d. Vol 2 Chap 1
c. Vol 1 Chap 1
The NAMP is sponsored and directed by
a. NAVAIR
b. AIRLANT
c. CO
d. CNO
d. CNO
Warning, cautions, and notes used in the instruction are explained as followed
Warnings refers to
a. damage
b. procedure
c. injury
c. injury
Warning, cautions, and notes used in the instruction are explained as followed
Caution refers to
a. damage
b. procedure
c. injury
a. damage
Corrections to the NAMP are handled by submitting descrepancies by naval letter or by email directly to COMNAVAIRSYSCOM
TRUE OR FALSE
TRUE
Recommendations to change NAMP policies or procedures shall be submitted by naval letter or email, via the chain of command, to the originator's TYCOM
TRUE OR FALSE
TRUE