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Flashcards in 118 NAMP Fundamentals Deck (44):
1

State the Objective of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP)

"to achieve and continually improve aviation material readiness and safety standards"

2

Describe the Organizational level of aviation maintenance

Maintenance that can be performed within the squadron itself

3

Describe the Intermediate level of aviation maintenance

Maintenance that is beyond the squadron's assets (tech reps)

4

Describe the Depot level of aviation maintenance

Maintenance that must be sent to the original manufacturer for repair or replacement

5

State the basic responsibilities of Maintenance/Production Control

"maintain full mission capable aircraft"

6

Discuss the purpose of a Daily Inspection

Good for 72 hours, 24 hours (from takeoff) once flown.

7

Discuss the purpose of a Turnaround Inspection

Done between flights or after maintenance, good for 24 hours

8

Discuss the purpose of a Special Inspection

Maintenance scheduled at prescribed intervals

9

Discuss the purpose of a Conditional Inspection

Un-scheduled maintenance (hard landing, bird strike, etc.)

10

Discuss the purpose of a Phase/ISIS Inspection

maintenance requirements divided into smaller packages (E6-B has 4)

11

Discuss the purpose of an Acceptance Inspection

Inspection when receiving aircraft for the very first time ever, either from another command or usually from the manufacturer

12

Discuss the purpose of a Transfer Inspection

Inspection when transferring the aircraft to another command

13

Discuss the purpose of a PDM Inspection

Programmed Depot Maintenance- require skills, equipment or facilities not normally possessed by operating locations

14

State the purpose of the Functional Check Flight (FCF)

Check repairs that cannot be checked on the ground

15

State the purpose of the Aircraft Discrepancy Book (ADB)

located in NALCOMIS; contains maintenance history, current gripes, MRC's, etc.

16

State the purpose of the Aircraft Log Book

Records the aircraft's flight hours, as well as various other records

17

State who is authorized to release an aircraft safe for flight

personnel designated in writing by the CO

18

Discuss the Maintenance Requirement Cards (MRC's)

Contains instructions necessary to perform scheduled maintenance tasks

19

Discuss the Periodic Maintenance Information Cards (PMIC's)

includes MRC's, structural life limits, etc.

20

Define IPB as applied to aviation maintenance

Illustrated Parts Breakdown is a poster-like document of a part that is broken down as far as it can be broken down. Every tiny little piece is listed and shown in an illustrated picture

21

Define MIMs as applied to aviation maintenance

Maintenance Instruction Manual- Defines exactly how to perform maintenance on specific aircraft

22

Define the concept of Quality Assurance (QA)

"prevention of the occurrence of defects"

23

Explain the responsibilities of the QAR

Quality Assurance Representative (considered direct representatives of CO for ensuring safety of flight)

24

Explain the responsibilities of the CDQAR

Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representative (QA is not their full-time job)

25

Explain the responsibilities of the CDI

Collateral Duty Inspector (inspects the work before it goes to QA)

26

Discuss the elements of a successful FOD Program

Foreign Object Damage-establishes policy, responsibilites and requirements to prevent damage to aircraft, engines, and other aeronautical equipment; also provide uniform FOD reporting

27

State the primary objective of the Tool Control Program

enhancement of safety by eliminating accidents and equipment damage attributed to uncontrolled tools and minimizing tool replacement costs

28

Explain the procedures for broken/missing tools

notify Maintenance Control, perform a thorough search or the work area

29

Discuss the Fuel Surveillance Program

Prevents contaminated fuel from entering the aircraft

30

Describe the purpose of the NALCOMIS subsystem of Maintenance

process maintenance related data

31

Describe the purpose of the NALCOMIS subsystem of Flight

process flight related data

32

Describe the purpose of the NALCOMIS subsystem of Personnel

(reserved for future use)

33

Describe the purpose of the NALCOMIS subsystem of Reports

select and produce reports

34

Explain and demonstrate the procedures for initiation of a MAF as applied to NALCOMIS documentation for Aircraft

Log into NALCOMIS and initiate a discrepancy

35

Explain and demonstrate the procedures for initiation of a MAF as applied to NALCOMIS documentation for Flight Equipment

Log into NALCOMIS and instead of clicking on the Aircraft button, click the Flight Equipment button

36

What is a SMQ?

Special Maintenance Qualification (THE JUICE!)

37

Discuss the security considerations that apply to an individual's NALCOMIS login and password

Keep it private

38

State the function and responsibilities of Material Control

acquire necessary supplies and parts

39

Discuss the Flight Operations Fund as part of the Operational Target (OPTAR) funding

Pretty much everything you would use to keep an aircraft flying, such as fuel, parts, etc.

40

Discuss the Aviation Fleet Maintenance (AFM) Fund as part of the Operational Target (OPTAR) funding

Anything not included in the Flight Ops Fund (per diem, hotels, cars, etc.)

41

State the purpose of the Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (DD Form 200)

assess financial charges incurred from lost government property

42

State the purpose of the Missing/Lost/Stolen Report

Don't know when or where the item was lost or stolen

43

Discuss the contents of the Flight Packet

Government Credit Card , foreign language help chard, Julian Date calendar conversion chart

44

What are the programs of QA

CANASS
CTPL (Central Technical Publications Library)
Audit
NAMDRiP (Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Reporting Program)
Aircraft Confined Spaces
S.E. Misuse and Abuse
Safety