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Responsibilities of the MO?

Responsible to CO for maintenance department's accomplishment of mission.

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Responsibilities of the AMO?

Assists the MO.
Manages SE training and licensing program.

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Who is responsible for the overall production and material support of the department?

Maintenance/material control officer (MMCO)

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Who is the Maintenance Master Chief Petty Officer?

The senior enlisted advisor for the maintenance department. Reports to the MO and advises the CO in all matters affecting the aircraft operations, aircraft maintenance, and department personnel.

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Who ensures that personnel in QA receive training in testing, inspecting, and quality control methods?

Quality assurance officer (QAO)

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What does the material control officer do?

Handles finances and material requisition

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When was the NAMP initiated?

1959

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What does NAMP stand for?

Naval aviation maintenance program

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Who is in charge of the NAMP?

The CNO

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Who directs all maintenance in an operation unit on a day to day basis in support of is operations and assigned missions?

The maintenance master chief petty officer MMCPO

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How many levels of maintenance are there?

Three

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What is level 1 maintenance and its function?

Organizational level (squadron)- maintain aircrafts in a full mission capability.

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What is level 2 maintenance and its function?

Intermediate level (FRC/AIMD) - work with gear like support equipment.

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What is level 3 maintenance and its function?

Depot level (civilians/rework) - performed by FRC or civilians for large jobs like overhaul.

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What are the two types of maintenance described in the NAMP?

Rework and upkeep

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What is a turnaround inspection?

Inspection done between flights. Valid for 24 hours.

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What is a daily inspection?

More thorough than a turnaround inspection. Valid for 72 hours without flight or major maintenance.

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What is a special inspection?

Scheduled inspection with a prescribed interval.

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What is a conditional inspection?

An unscheduled inspection required as a result of a specific over limit condition or as a result of certain circumstances or events.

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What is a phase inspection?

Divides the total scheduled maintenance requirement into smaller packages or phases of the same work content. Sequential and at specific intervals.

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What inspection is preformed when an aircraft returns from SDLM or other major depot level maintenance.

Acceptance inspection. (Also performed at the time a reporting custodian accepts a newly assigned aircraft or SE)

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When is a transfer inspection performed?

At the time a custodian transfers an aircraft or support equipment.

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What level of maintenance performs rework?

Level 3 - depot

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What does RCM stand for?

Reliability centered maintenance

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What is RCM for?

A process to ensure assets continue to do what their users require in their present context.

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What is the difference between maintenance control and production control?

Maintenance control = O-level
Production control = I-level

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What are the two most critical aspects of Naval aviation?

Releasing an aircraft safe for flight and acceptance of an aircraft.

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What is the monthly maintenance plan (MMP) for?

To provide scheduled control of the predictable maintenance workload.

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When is the MMP due to be distributed at O-level activities?

The 25th of the month prior.

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When is the MMP due to be distributed at I-Level activities?

By the last day of the month prior.