Flashcards in NAVEDTRA 14022, AMR, Ch. 3 Deck (51)
What identify requisitions and related documents that apply to specific projects or programs?
Maintenance control assigns a priority to individual material requisitions according to the military importance and the urgency of need of the item. Most fleet operational activities have what assigned?
FAD II or III
If your squadron or activity has a FAD I designation and the part is available on station, you should have the replacement part within what time frame?
What begins at the extreme left-hand position of a number and continues from the left to the right, one position at a time, until all digits have been considered?
There are two types of part numbers; What are they?
Definitive and nondefinitive
What part numbers cannot be directly related to an applicable NSN without the use of additional information?
What is a five-digit number the federal government assigns to activities, such as manufacturer, vendor, or government agencies?
Material Control codes D, E, G, H, Q, or what else identify mandatory turn-in repairables (MTRs) that must be turned in to the local supply department when they become unserviceable?
What refers to the part, component, or system in which the requisitioned part is used?
Next higher assembly
What shows and lists procurable assemblies and detail parts so you can quickly identify assemblies and their components?
What codes identify the source of spares and the levels of maintenance authorized to maintain, repair, overhaul, or dispose of all equipment?
What position in the SM&R code identifies either the restrictions on acquiring the item or the level of maintenance required to manufacture or assemble the item?
What position in the SM&R code indicates the recoverability code?
What positions of the SM&R code identify maintenance-level codes?
Third and fourth
What outlines the procedures that affect your material control center and supply department in manuals, publications, and directives?
What provides cross-reference information from a reference number (a manufacturer’s part number, a drawing number, or a design control number) to its NSN?
What lists those items of Navy-managed repairable items issued on a one-for-one basis (you must turn in the unserviceable item before you can draw a replacement item from supply)?
What lists the items that are exempt from the mandatory one-for-one turn-in?
What lets intermediate maintenance activity (IMA) personnel determine if they can repair an individual item based on its SM&R code?
The ICRL-A is in microfiche and is revised how often?
What helps maintenance personnel convert a description of an item that does not have a part or reference number to an NSN?
What lists the items and quantities of aeronautical material authorized to be stocked by an aircraft carrier to support the maintenance and operations of embarked aircraft?
The AVCAL is comprised of how many basic parts?
Each Navy item stocked under centralized inventory control has an assigned what?
The NSN is a how many-digit number that identifies an item of material in the supply system?
What identifies the systems command, office, agency, or Navy inventory manager that controls the category of material?
ASO uses the what to identify items to aircraft models, engine models, certain commodities, and special projects or programs?
What is the title of an overall program that provides the data required for effective management of SE at all levels of aircraft maintenance?
Two NAVAIR instructions describe the procedures for allowance and inventory control, NAVAIRINST 13650.1 for IMRL items and what for TOL items?