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  1. How many different ways can a TD be issued?
    • Four ways
    • 1. BASIC
    • 2. AMENDMENT
    • 3. REVISION
    • 4. PARTS
  2. BASIC issue of TD?
    • Naval Message
    • Official letter
    • Local delivery or mail
  3. Are AMENDMENTS complete TDs?
    • No
    • Amendments Supplement TDs
    • Identify changes, additions, deletions that need to be made.
  4. What can an AMENDMENT (TD) do to other TD's?

    DAM C4
    • 1. Deletes from TD
    • 2. Adds to TD
    • 3. Makes minor changes to TD

    • C4
    • 1. Clarifies TD
    • 2. Cancels an existing TD, revision or amendment
    • 3. Corrects TD
    • 4. Changes target completion date
  5. When is an AMENDMENT not issued?
    When the size of the number of basic pages is the same as the basic TD.

    Revision is then issued
  6. How many times can a TD be Amended?
    Four times, with the fourth Amendment being a cancelation, revision or previously issue amendment.
  7. What is required after a TD has been Amended three times?
    REVISION
  8. How are AMENDMENTS identified?
    Numerically i.e. AVC 3500 Amendment 1
  9. How can a TD be cancel?
    Formal Approved and Issue TD AMENDMENT
  10. What must be stated when a cancellation amendment is issued to discontinue incorporations of a previously issued TD?
    The required configuration of each item initially specified to be modified must be stated.
  11. What is a REVISION?
    A REVISION is a complete new edition of an existing TD.
  12. When is a REVISION required in terms of AMENDMENT?
    When an AMENDMENT has been changed more than three times.
  13. When is a REVISION required?

    CAD
    More than minor in nature

    • CHANGE
    • ADDITION
    • DELETION
  14. When would a REVISION reactivate a TD?
    REVISIONS would reactive a TD that was completed and retired to the history file

    Reactivation by amendment is impractical.
  15. What are PARTS TD?
    Implementation of approved engineering changes occasionally requires preparation and issuance of TD.

    TD arrives in parts
  16. What are HMR's?
    Hazardous Material Reports
  17. What are the results if HMR's are not reported?
    • Death
    • Injury to personal
    • damage
    • loss of aircraft, equipment or facility
  18. What is NOAP?
    Naval Oil Analysis Program
  19. What is SRC?
    Schedule Removal Component
  20. What is ASR?
    Assembly Service Record
  21. What is MSR?
    Module service record
  22. What is NAMP?
    Naval Aviation Maintenance Program
  23. What is EHR?
    Equipment History Record Card
  24. What is an EI?
    Engineering Investigation
  25. What do EI's apply to?
    • Weapon systems
    • Subsystems
    • equipment
    • components
    • related SE
    • special tools
    • software
    • fluids
  26. What process do EI's provide?
    An investigation process to determine cause and depth of fleet-reported material failures
  27. What investigations do EI supports?
    Investigations of material associated with aircraft mishaps, lighting strikes, electromagnetic interference, and stray voltage problems
  28. What kind of components do EI's investigate for the NOAP?
    Provides investigation components rejected through the NOAP.
  29. What type of assistance do EI's provide?
    Provides engineering assistance for any fleet material problem.
  30. How do EI's relate to OPNAVIST 3750.6?
    Support mandatory investigation requirements for activated aircraft escape system in OPNAVIST 3750.6.
  31. What is a PQDR?
    Product Quality Deficiency Report
  32. What are PQDR used for?
    PDQR's are used to report product deficiencies attributed to the supplier, contractor or rework facility through deficient material or manufacturing and substandard workmanship or rework.
  33. What is an AIDR's?
    Acceptance Inspection Deficiency Report
  34. What does the AIDR identify and document?
    The AIDR identifies and documents defects in newly manufactured, modified, or rework aircraft
  35. What is a TPDR's?
    Technical Publication Deficiency Report
  36. What are CAT 2,3,4 TPDR used for?
    Non-safety related technical publication deficiencies which, if not corrected, may impact mission readiness but would not result in death or injury or damage to or loss of aircraft, equipment or facilities.
  37. What do CAT 2,3,4 TPDR's include?
    CAT 2,3,4 TPDR's include technical errors, incorrect measurement values, incorrect use of SE, incorrect sequence of adjustments, PN errors, or omissions and List of Effective Page errors
  38. What is NTCSS?
    Naval Tactical Command Support System
  39. What is OMA NALCOMIS?
    Optimized Organizational Maintenance Activity

    Naval Logistical Command Management Information System
  40. What is NAMDRP?
    Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Reporting System
  41. What is JDRS?
    Joint Deficiency Reporting System
  42. How do you submit a TPDR?
    Reported and monitored through JDRS
  43. How does CAT 1 related to people?
    • 1. may cause death
    • 2. injury
    • 3. severe occupational illness
  44. How long you have to report CAT 1?
    24 Hours
  45. What does CAT 2 impact?
    CAT 2 will impact material or human resources without taking an affect on safety or impairing combat efficiency
  46. How long do you have to report CAT 2?
    Fives Days
  47. What is the importance of TCP?
    • 1. Enhance safety
    • 2. Eliminate accidents
    • 3. Eliminate equipment damage attributed to uncontrolled tools 
    • 4. Minimizing tool replacement costs
  48. What is COMNAVAIRSYSCOM?
    Commander Naval Air Forces Instruction
  49. What approved publications are used to the basis for planning scheduling, and performing periodic and preoperational inspection requirements?
    • 1. COMNAVAIRSYS approved MRC's
    • 2. MIM's (Maintenance Instruction Manuals)
    • 3. Manufacturer's Publications
  50. When can manufacturer's publications be used?
    • 1. It is the only publication available and
    • 2. Provides detailed procedures 
    • 3. Specific intervals for periodic inspections 
    • 4. Provides preoperational inspections
  51. What is the SE custody and maintenance history record used for?
    To record acceptance information, custody and transfer, record of rework, preservation/DE preservation, TD's and inspection that involve NDI, proof load testing, and disassembly/ reassembly
  52. What must be done when receiving/ transferring SE?
    Acceptance Inspection; transfer inspection using the SE acceptance/ transfer inspection checklist
  53. What must be done before any piece of SE is used?
    Preoperational inspection and 52 card signed and maintained for 30 days.
  54. What is the source of document that helps with our planning process that comes out monthly?
    Monthly Maintenance Plan
  55. What does the MMP contain?
    • 1. Squadron schedule PME
    • 2. Equipment classes 
    • 3. Licensing classes
  56. What does the inventory format 350 list?
    Calibrated assets.
  57. What type of TD is a Parts TD?
    A TD that is issued in parts
  58. What is NOAP?
    Naval Oil Analysis Program
  59. What is SRC?
    Schedule Removal Component
  60. What is ASR?
    Assembly service record
  61. What is EHR?
    Equipment history record card
  62. What is MSR?
    Module Service Record
  63. What is NAMP?
    Naval Aviation Maintenance Program
  64. What are EMR's?
    Explosive Mishap Reports
  65. What is EER's?
    Explosive Event Report
  66. What is CODR's?
    Conventional Ordnance Deficiency Report
  67. What is PMA?
    Program Manager Air
  68. How can a TD be cancelled?
    A TD can only be formally cancelled by a TD amendment that states the required configuration of each item initially specified to be modified.
  69. What is used to request work assistane from the IMA/FRC that is beyond the requesting activity's capability and does not involved repair of aeronautical material?
    MAF
  70. What do you used to conduct an IMRL inventory?
    LAMS report, Local Asset Management System
  71. How long are historical records of the tool log retained?
    A historical record of the tool log is retained for 30 days with boxes FOD free
  72. What is the process that a CDI goes through when receiving a new part?
    • 1. Look the part over
    • 2. Make sure all parts are accounted for
    • 3. Make sure its packaged right in the right material
  73. When would you submit a HMR?
    When a material deficiency which, if not corrected could result in death or injury to personal or damaged to or loss of aircraft, equipment, or facilities.

    When configuration deficiencies constitutes a safety hazard in aeronautical equipment (aircraft. SE, or component)
  74. Regardless of how or when the discrepant condition was detected should a HMR be sent?
    YES
  75. How long do you have to submit an HMR?
    24 Hours
  76. What qualified as an in-process inspection?
    QA functions required during the performance of maintenance requirements and action where satisfactory task performance cannot be determined after the task has been completed
  77. Where are in-process inspections designated in the NAMP?
    In-process inspections are designated by paragraph 7.1.7.1b
  78. What are some of the in-process inspections?
    • 1. Witnessing torque
    • 2. Functional testing
    • 3. Adjusting
    • 4. Assembly 
    • 5. Servicing and installation
  79. How do QARs and CDIs annotate in-process inspections?
    In-process task will be built by QARs/CDIs into WOs for NTCSS optimized OMA NALCOMIS upon receipt of maintenance task that requires an in-process inspection

    The notation "QA Required" appears on the MRC containing an in-process QA task
  80. What are the TD's use in GSE?
    • 1. SEC-Support Equipment Change 62
    • 2. SEB- Support Equipment Bulletin 63
  81. What are the three different types of inspections?
    1. Acceptance/ Transfer

    2. In-process Inspection

    3. Final Inspection
  82. What is the purpose of an in-process inspection?
    To verify the necessary QA steps have been performed
  83. What is the purpose of Acceptance and Transfer Inspection?
    Most important inspection, the first inspection must screen record jacket to ensure all TD's are incorporated, everything intact and operational.
  84. What is the purpose of the final inspection?
    The final inspection is to catch anything before the gear is sent out to squadron and make sure the gear is operational and RFI
  85. What is listed on the 310?
    The 310 contains all of calibrated (PME/TMDE) items by the squadron
  86. What is provided on the 310?
    • Part Numbers
    • Serial Numbers
    • Sub-custodians
    • Calibration Intervals
    • Next Due Date
  87. Who keeps the 310?
    Format 310 is kept by the customer activity

    Main Calibration Lab
  88. What is TMDE?
    Test Measured Diagnostic Equipment
  89. What are the different types of TD categories?
    1. Immediate Action

    2. Urgent Action

    3. Routine Action
  90. When is an Immediate Action TD assigned?
    1. Unsafe conditions exist which if uncorrected, could result in fatal or serious injury to personnel 

    2. Extensive damage to or destruction of valuable property
  91. What happens to equipment when Immediate Action TD category is issued?
    • 1. Grounds aircraft,
    • 2. Prevent launch of missiles 
    • 3. Deny the use of SE.
  92. How is an Immediate Action Category TD justified?
    • Incident
    • Accident
    • Hazard or something similar
  93. What must Immediate Action Category TD concur with?
    COMNAVAIR/ Marine Forces
  94. When is Urgent Action Category TD assigned?
    • 1. Factors of combat necessity
    • 2. Potential hazardous conditions which could result in personal injury 
    • 3. Damage to valuable property 
    • 4. Unacceptable reductions in operational readiness (NRFI)

    compromise time/performance limits
  95. What is more serious Urgent or Immediate Category TD's?
    Immediate Action Categories
  96. What happens if Urgent Action TD are not complied with in specific time frames?
    • 1. Expiration of aircraft
    • 2. Discontinue use of air launched weapons
    • 3. Prevent Missile launch
    • 4. Discontinue operation of ground communication
    • 5. Electronic and meteorological equipment
    • 6. Discontinue use of SE
    • 7. Discontinue of personnel equipment, materials or munitions
  97. How does CAT 1 relate to equipment?
    • 1. Loss of weapons system
    • 2. Damage to weapons system
    • 3. Restricts combat readiness capabilities
    • 4. Production line stoppage
  98. What are the different documents used to validate the incorporation of applicable TD's?
    • 1. NASOOC aeronautical technical directive index report
    • 2. NALDA TDSA List 01 (TD listing)
    • 3. NALDA List 06
    • 4. NALDA Nat 01
    • 5. NALDA Nat 02
    • 6. NALDA Rep 07
    • 7. Weekly summary for issued technical directives
  99. If a DR meet the criteria for HMR and warrants and EI how should it be submitted?
    As both an HMR and EI
  100. What are the three TD categories?
    1. Immediate Action

    2. Urgent Action

    3. Routine Action
  101. When is an Immediate Action TD assigned?
    1. Unsafe conditions which result in death, injury

    2. Extensive Damage

    3. Destruction of valuable property
  102. What immediate actions do Immediate Action TD's cause?
    1. Deny use of SE

    2. Deny missile launch

    3. Ground aircraft
  103. How are Immediate Action TD's justified?
    1. Incidents

    2. Accidents

    3. Hazards

    4. Similar Reports with COMNAVAIR/MARINE FORCES concurring with the report
  104. When are Urgent Action TD's assigned?
    1. Potential Hazardous Conditions result in personal injury

    2. Damage to valuable property

    3. Unacceptable Reductions in operational readiness
  105. When is a Routine Category TD assigned?
    When the urgency does not warrant assignment of immediate or urgent action categories
  106. What are the factors of Routine Action Category TD's?
    1. Will become Hazardous through prolong use

    2. Negative Effect on operational effectiveness or readiness

    3. Reduce tactical utility or supportability

    4. Reduce Operational Service Life
  107. What are the four types of TDs?
    1. Bulletins

    2. Interim Changes

    3. Formal Changes

    4. Rapid Action Minor Engineering Changes (RAMEC)
  108. What is a Bulletin Type TD?
    A TD which directs a one-time inspection to determine if a given condition exist.
  109. How can a Bulletin TD provide corrective actions for an unsatisfactory condition that exist?
    A Bulletin TD can contain instructions for corrective action using approved repair procedures provided no change in configuration is involved.
  110. How are Bulletin type TD's issued?
    1. Naval Message

    2. Letter
  111. How should Bulletin Type TD's not be used?
    In lieu of technical manuals changes
  112. What TD categories are TD Bulletins?
    1. Immediate Action TD Category

    2. Urgent Action TD Category
  113. How long are Bulletin Type TD's effective?
    Six Months
  114. What TD category is Interim Change Type TD's?
    1. Immediate Action TD

    2. Urgent Action TD
  115. Who prepares the change kit for Interim Change TDs?
    1. The Activity preparing the TD will also develop the change kit
  116. How long is the effectively of the Interim Change TD?
    In effect until the formal TD supersedes the Interim Change TD
  117. What is a Formal Change Type TD?
    The primary COMNAVAIRSYSTEM document for implementing a configuration change.
  118. How is a Formal Change TD published?
    A hard copy document
  119. Mobile Facilities MRC
    19-600-152-6-2
  120. What are the objectives of QA?
    Improve quality of maintenance

    improve work environment

    Eliminate unnecessary dollar expenses

    Improve training and personnel procedures

    Increase excellent reports

    Effectively disseminate information

    Support NAMDRP

    Support FOD
  121. What is the Y-Code?
    A way for a squadron to write a discrepancy report that isn't through JDRS.
  122. Q.A. Monitor Programs

    MANSAC
    M-Misuse and Abuse

    A-Aircraft Confined Spaces

    N-NAMBDRP

    S-Safety

    A-Audit

    C-CTPL
  123. Who does the CDI work for?
    AMO
  124. What does the PCO own?
    IMRL and TCP
  125. What program does Power Plants own?
    FOD
  126. What shop manages HAZMAT?
    Airframes
  127. What is a CAT 3 TPDR?
    A non safety related issue that causes maintenance delays of less than 8 hours.
  128. What is a CAT 2 TPDR?
    A TPDY that is non-safety related that causes maintenance delays of 8 hours or more.
  129. What is a CAT 4 TPDR?
    A non-safety related TPDR of a non-technical or administrative nature that do not delay maintenance. I.E. misspelled words or typographical errors.

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