Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) Fundamentals EAWS Common Core Section 115
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Objective of NAMP
Meet and exceed readiness and safety standards.
Three Levels of Maintenance
Organizational - Command
Intermediate - AIMD
Depot - overhaul maint.
MO - DH of Maintenance
Coordinates with CAG and PACFLT Air Wing
Aircraft Maintenance Officer
AMO- Assistant to MO
Maintenance/Material Control Officer
MMCO - Production and Material support of dept.
Material Control Officer
MCO - Reports to MMCO about logistics of operations.
Maintain fully capable A/C.
Coorespondence, records, and publications upkeep of A/C maintenance.
Maintenance done by set periods (flight hours, landings, calendar)
Discrepancies or deficiencies found during operations (troubleshooting, repair, replace, test, calibration)
Valid for 72 hours (only servicing)
Valid for 24 hours
ie. 14 day, 2,000 hours, 2,000 landings
Bird strike, lightning strike, hard landing, overtemp, FOD
Divides total maintenance of and A/C into smaller parts
When gaining an A/C
When losing and A/C
Aircraft Service Period Adjustment
ASPA - depot level evaluation
Functional Check Flight
Flight used to ensure integrity of all flight components of A/C
Replacement/repair of certain systems/power plant, 30 day lapse in flights, or direction of CO
Weight and Balance Program
Standard system of weight and balance control.
History of the A/C
Explosive Devices Record
Emergency Systems Record
Who is auth to sign A/C Log Book?
Designation by CO (4000)
Maintenance Requirement Card
MRC - step-by-step instructional card of maintenance
Periodic Maintenance Information Cards
PMIC - Provides schedule for replacement or removal of various components
Illustrated Parts Breakdown
IPB - Graphic of equipment with detailed parts contained
Maintenance Instruction Manual
Description of systems in terms of upkeep and repair
Workcenter Supervisors' Responsibilities
Ensuring accomplishment of all work
QA - "prevention of the occurance of defects"
Quality Assurance Representative
QAR - Ensures maintenance is performed by standard
Direct representative of CO
Collateral Duty QAR
Subs as a QAR when needed
Collateral Duty Inspector
CDI - Inspects all work and assignments by QA
Central Technical Publications Librarian
CTPL - Ensures all manuals are up-to-date and distributes/assists with all matters of the maint. pubs
Tool Control Program
Extensive control of tools used, inventory, and tool safety.
Maintain proper state of fuel
Ensures no contamination
Navy Oil Analysis
Take samples and analyze them in minimal maintenance
Aviators Breathing Oxygen Surveillance
Manufacture, use, handling, and servicing of OXY systems
Hydraulics Contamination Control
Ensures proper cleanliness of hydro fluids.
Tire and Wheel Maintenance Safety
Ensures personnel are trained in safe handling of tires and wheels
Maintenance Training Improvement Program
Evals the knowledge of technicians
Monthly Maintenance Plan
Schedules known maintenance by 25th of each month
Electro-Static Discharge Program
Minimizes risk of damage/injury caused by charged airframes/canopies