AO Study Guide: COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2 NAVAL AVIATION MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (NAMP) CHAPTER 1

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  1. The NAMP is sponsored and directed by CNO and implemented by what? (Page 1-1)
    COMNAVAIRFOR
  2. What refers to a procedure or practice that, if not correctly followed, could result in injury, long term health hazards, or death? (Page 1-1)
    Warning
  3. What refers to a procedure or practice that, if not correctly observed, could result in damage to or destruction of equipment? (Page 1-1)
    Caution
  4. What refers to a procedure or condition that requires emphasis? (Page 1-1)
    Note
  5. Recommendations to correct administrative discrepancies shall be submitted by naval letter or by email directly to what? (Page 1-2)
    COMNAVAIRSYSCOM
  6. Recommendations to change NAMP policies or procedures shall be submitted by naval letter or email, via the chain of command, to the originator's what? (Page 1-2)
    TYCOM
  7. Changes affecting software programming or report format/content will have a suffix of what added to the Change Control Number? (Page 1-3)
    "P"
  8. Changes containing new or revised forms will have a suffix of what added to the Change Control Number? (Page 1-3)
    "F"
  9. Changes affecting what will have the suffix "N" added to the Change Control Number? (Page 1-3)
    OPNAVINST 8000.16
  10. What, assisted by Type Wings/MAWs/COMFAIRs, will research and liaise as necessary to verify and substantiate the need for a deviation request based solely on manpower constraints (loss of authorized billets, for example, "gapped" billets)? (Page 1-3)
    ACCs/TYCOMs
  11. The methodology for achieving the spirit and intent of the NAMP objective is labeled what? (Page 1-4)
    "performance improvement"
  12. Before performance improvement efforts can be successfully managed, all performance elements must be defined, how many elements are there? (Page 1-5)
    Seven
  13. What is the pivotal element of the seven performance elements in that it is highly interrelated with all of the elements? (Page 1-5)
    Productivity
  14. What is a function of the outputs, tells us how well goals are achieved? (Page 1-5)
    Effectiveness
  15. What is the relationship between actual and planned resources? (Page 1-5)
    Efficiency
  16. What is the degree of satisfaction in a product or service as determined by the customer? (Page 1-5)
    Quality
  17. What is the creativity applied to the transformation process? (Page 1-5)
    Innovation
  18. What is a function of morale and other factors which affect personnel pride and motivation? (Page 1-5)
    Quality of Work Life
  19. What is the ability to perform the assigned mission within allotted resources? (Page 1-5)
    Budgetability
  20. Performance improvement objectives in the CNO Strategic Plan provide direction to all echelons. To effectively achieve these objectives, naval aviation established the what? (Page 1-5)
    NAE
  21. An integral enabler of meeting the single fleet driven metric is what? (Page 1-5)
    NAVRIIP
  22. What shall be the Naval Aviation Fleet Performance Improvement ESC? (Page 1-6)
    NAMP Policy Committee
  23. The NAMP Policy Committee shall meet how often to review and resolve issues involving naval aviation performance improvement matters, revise or add long range goals and objectives, and provide direction for implementation? (Page 1-6)
    Semiannually
  24. What is designated as the focal point for fleet aviation maintenance performance improvement matters? (Page 1-6)
    COMNAVAIRSYSCOM
  25. What is NAVRIIP's architecture for operationalizing cost-wise readiness across the NAE? (Page 1-7)
    AIRSpeed
  26. AIRSpeed provides a set of tools to achieve cost-wise readiness using best business practices, such as Lean, Six-Sigma, and what? (Page 1-7)
    TOC
  27. Who provides the basis for the NAMP and sets policy in the basic instruction for the assignment of maintenance responsibilities to all activities that maintain naval aircraft? (Page 1-8)
    CNO
  28. CNO and CMC allocate materials and services for support of the NAMP how often? (Page 1-8)
    Annually
  29. NAMP allocations are based upon competing requirements for the resources available in the what during the development of the POM? (Page 1-8)
    Six Year Defense Plan
  30. The POM contains force and resource recommendations, with rationale and risk assessment, and must conform with the fiscal guidance issued by the what? (Page 1-8)
    SECDEF
  31. The POM is developed by fiscal year and is concentrated how many fiscal years in advance? (Page 1-8)
    Two
  32. The POM includes projections of forces programmed for 8 fiscal years and manpower programmed for how many fiscal years? (Page 1-8)
    Five
  33. Funding for the NAMP, called a what, is allocated to squadrons by Type Wings and ACCs/TYCOMs? (Page 1-8)
    OPTAR
  34. OPTAR is an estimate of the amount of money required by a unit to perform its mission and is  distributed how often? (Page 1-8)
    Quarterly
  35. While policy control and direction of the Navy manpower requirements system is vested in CNO, support for these programs is provided by what (Page 1-9)
    NAVMAC
  36. Manpower requirements are included in the DOD planning, programming, and budgeting system. This system operates on a how many-month cycle and is repeated annually? (Page 1-9)
    20 Month
  37. What provides information, policies, tasking and procedures for Navy manpower management? (Page 1-9)
    OPNAVINST 1000.16
  38. NTTP 1-03.3 and what else provide guidance for reporting Mission Area-Specific Resource ratings for personnel? (Page 1-9)
    CNAFINST 3500.38
  39. What message is the primary means of keeping higher authority informed of the readiness condition of naval units? (Page 1-9)
    SORTSREPNV
  40. NTMPS and what else are web-based applications that provide various tools in performing fundamental tasks in the administration of the Maintenance Manpower Program? (Page 1-9)
    FLTMPS
  41. What is a decision making tool applicable to the entire spectrum of naval activities? (Page 1-10)
    ORM
  42. The ORM process revolves around a simple how many-steps sequence? (Page 1-10)
    Five
  43. The ORM process exists on how many levels? (Page 1-10)
    Three
  44. The ORM process incorporates how many principles? (Page 1-10)
    Four
  45. Detailed ORM guidance is in what instruction? (Page 1-10)
    OPNAVINST 3500.39
  46. Who coordinates with OPNAV, COMNAVAIRSYSCOM, COMNAVSEASYSCOM, COMSPA WARSYCOM, and other Navy support activities in the planning for, and acquisition of, equipment, weapons, weapon systems, material, supplies, facilities, maintenance, and support services for Marine Corps aviation? (Page 1-11)
    CMC
  47. Command relationships and the exercise of command and support responsibilities for Navy and Marine Corps shore activities appear in what instruction? (Page 1-11)
    SECNAVINST 5450.4
  48. Who are responsible for the maintenance and material condition of aeronautical equipment assigned to their cognizance for the operation and support of the naval aviation mission? (Page 1-11)
    ACCs
  49. What are responsible for providing augmentation personnel to IMAs/FRCs? (Page 1-11)
    Navy squadrons
  50. Shore-based Navy squadrons who have I-level billets authorized shall assign personnel to the supporting IMA/FRC for a minimum of how long? (Page 1-12)
    12 Months
  51. What is a cadre of bench operators and apprentice level IMA augmentation personnel who are assigned to a sea duty unit identification code in the ashore IMA? (Page 1-12)
    SEAOPDET
  52. What provides material in support of the operation and maintenance of aeronautical equipment? (Page 1-12)
    COMNAVAIRSYSCOM
  53. What is responsible for research, design, development, test, acquisition, and logistic support of all aviation procurements relating to Navy and Marine Corps aircraft, missile targets, associated material, and equipment? (Page 1-12)
    COMNAVAIRSYSCOM
  54. COMNAVAIRSYSCOM is the what and is responsible for creating, loading, and maintaining the aircraft or weapons systems baseline data that belongs to the respective program manager? (Page 1-14)
    Baseline Manager
  55. To validate the ongoing disassembly and reassembly of equipment, what is required? (Page 1-14)
    Equipment Configuration Baseline
  56. As aircraft become more sophisticated, maintenance will be driven with advanced LUIs such as fatigue cycles and thermal cycles. Prior to defining maintenance based on these parameters, there must be a what established to define the usage data that is available for each equipment type in the Configuration Baseline? (Page 1-14)
    Usage Baseline
  57. What defines the scheduled preventive maintenance, PMIC, MRCs, TDs, and other service bullentins as well as the potential corrective repairs that are anticipated such as conditional and unscheduled maintenance? (Page 1-14)
    Maintenance Baseline
  58. Who shall maintain and operate facilities and perform a complete range of D-level rework operation on designated weapon systems, accessories, and equipment? (Page 1-17)
    FRC
  59. What is responsible for material support of the NAMP? (Page 1-17)
    NAVICP

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