NAMP CH.1

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NAMP CH.1
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2012-10-16 10:31:54
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Introduction and Guide for Using the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) Instruction, Overview of the NAMP, and Organization for Naval Aviation Maintenance
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  1. Who sponsored and directed NAMP?
    A. CNO
  2. Refers to a procedure or practice that, if not correctly followed, could result in injury, long term health hazards, or death.
    A. Warning
  3. Refers to a procedure or practice that, if not correctly observed, could result in damage to or destruction of equipment.
    A. Caution
  4. Refers to a procedure or condition that requires emphasis.
    A. Note
  5. Means procedure is mandatory.
    A. Shall
  6. Means procedure is recommended.
    A. Should
  7. Mean procedure is optional.
    A. May or Need Not
  8. Indicates futurity and never indicates any degree of requirement for application of a procedure.
    A. Will
  9. Who is equivalent to Aircraft Maintenance Officer for the Marine Corps and the person(s) performing specific MO duties for the D-level FRC.
    A. MO
  10. Who is equivalent to Assistant Aircraft Maintenance Officer for the Marine Corps and the person(s) performing specific AMO duties for the D-level FRC.
    A. AMO
  11. Who is equivalent to Production Control Officer for the Marine Corps and the person(s) performing specific MMCO duties for the D-level FRC.
    A. MMCO
  12. Which provides the latest referenced directives in use at time of publication of the change or revision to the NAMP.
    A. Apendix C
  13. Who is responsible to determine the current status of any directive being used.
    A. The User
  14. Accepted changes on NAMP are assigned with?
    A. Change Control Number
  15. Recommendations to change NAMP policies or procedures shall be submitted by?
    A. naval letter or e-mail, via the chain of command, to the originator's TYCOM.
  16. Recommendations to correct administrative discrepancies on NAMP shall be submitted by?
    A. naval letter or by e-mail directly to COMNAVAIRSYSCOM (AIR-6.7.2.1)
  17. Requests to deviate from NAMP policies, procedures, or responsibilities shall be submitted by?
    A. naval letter or e-mail to COMNAVAIRFOR (N422) (namp_policy.fct@navy.mil), via the originator’s chain of command, with a copy to OPNAV (N980L) and COMNAVAIRSYSCOM (AIR-6.7.2.1).
  18. The objective of the NAMP is?
    A. to achieve and continually improve aviation material readiness and safety standards established by the CNO/COMNAVAIRFOR, with coordination from the CMC, with optimum use of manpower, material, facilities, and funds.

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