601a APM - AMU

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601a APM - AMU
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  1. Administrative Production Managers

    Squadron Commander
    Ensures adherence to tech data and written procedures Ref 21-101 Ch. 3 para 3.7.

    Implements and Manages: Self inspection, Retention, Career Motivation, Security, Mobility, Personnel Reliability
  2. Squadron Commander
    Administers the safety program

    Ensures facilities meet industrial environmental standards

  3. Squadron Commander
    Designates Officer or NCO as focal point for deployments

    Enforces sound practices

    Establishes Vehicle Program (Top Wheels)
  4. Squadron Commander
    EPA compliance

    Appoints Custodian Authorization & Custody Receipt Listing (CA/CRL custodians)
  5. Maintenance Operations Officer (MOO)

    MAINT-SUPER (MX SUPT)
    Advisor to SQ/CC on tech matters

    FULL AUTHORITY over Mx Ops

    RESPONSIBLE total maintenance production effort Ref 21-101 Ch. 3 para 3.8.
  6. MOO/MX SUPT
    • Manages the Special Certification Roster (SCR)
    • SCR signed semi-annually AFI 21-101 14.34.1.3

    • debriefing procedures, repair cycle asset, accurate documentation.
    • Reviews Status of Resources & Training System (SORTS)
  7. MOO/MX SUPT
    • Cann. program
    • Oil Analysis Program
    • Impoundment Procedures
  8. Flight Commander/Flight Chief or
    AM
    U OIC/Superintendent
    "Mid-Level Managers"
    • LEADERSHIP
    • SUPERVISION
    • TRAINING Ref 21-101 Ch. 3 para 3.9
  9. Flight Commander/ Flight Chief
    • Ensures aircraft forms documentation is:
    • Accomplished
    • Accurate
    • Complete
  10. Flight Commander/ Flight Chief
    • Coordinates work shifts
    • Designates section supervisors
    • Reviews/updates IPI listing every TWO years, routed through the MOO/MX SUPT
    • AFI 21-101 Ref 3.9.16 PG 40
  11. Flight Commander/ Flight Chief
    • Approves bench stock req.
    • Monitors shift manpower distribution
    • Provides inputs to miantenance and flying schedules
  12. Flight Commander/ Flight Chief
    • Ensures procedures are followed to:
    • Identify and record discrepancies
    • Clear Repeat, Recurring, and CNDs
  13. Flight Commander/ Flight Chief
    • MONITORS: CANN actions
    • Participates in daily planning/scheduling meetings
  14. Section NCOIC
    "First-line manager"
    • Responsible to the Flt CC/Chief
    • Leadership
    • Supervision
    • Training of assigned personnel
    • Ref 21-101 Ch 3 para 3.10
  15. Section NCOIC
    "First'line manager"
    • supervisor of Mx production
    • Element Leaders perform responsibilities when sections are subdivided.
    • Reviews, evaluates, and takes corrective actions based on Quality Assurance (QA) Reports.
  16. Section NCOIC
    Manages tool storage, tool replacement, bench stocks and operating stocks.
  17. Squadron Production Supervisor
    "PRO_SUPER"
    • Directs overall maintenance effort (w/ available resources)
    • Emphasis on NMC
    • SNCO or civilian equivalent
    • Ref 21-101 Ch 3 para 3.11
  18. Pro-Super
    • Involved in developing, executing flying and Mx plans.
    • Authorizes aircraft-to-aircraft CANNS
    • Key Player in mission accomplishment
    • MUST have knowledge of all MDS systems
  19. Pro-Super
    • Keeps Mx Operations Center (MOC) informed -- Monitor, NOT control.
    • Attends the MXG daily Mx production/scheduling meeting.
    • Ref AFI 21-101 Para 3.11.6
  20. Pro-Super
    • Determines and tracks aircraft status
    • Verifies MICAP conditions
    • SIGNS Exceptional Release (ER)
  21. Flightline Expeditor
    • Works for Pro-Super
    • Leads people
    • Manages resources
    • Ensures Mx accomplished and sortie production
  22. Expediter
    • Enforces adherence to tech data
    • Ensures aircraft forms/MIS documentation is:
    • Accomplished
    • Accurate
    • Complete
  23. Expediter
    • Coordinates aircraft MC & configuration status
    • ETICS of jobs in work
    • Ensures aircraft are ready for flight:
    • Inspections
    • Servicing
    • Job(s) Signed-Off
  24. Expediter
    • Assigns priorities, relays to MOC
    • Coordinates with MOC for support beyond squadron capability
    • Monitors aircraft OAP status
  25. Expediter
    Remains on the flightline during launches, recoveries, exercises and contigency situations

    • Reviews aircraft forms and signs ERs
    • "When authorized by the MXG/CC"
    • IAW T.O. 00-20-1 and AFI 21-101 Ch 14, 4.6.2 table 14.1
  26. Expediter
    • Notifies MOC and Pro Super when:
    • ER is req.
    • Flight Crew ready
    • Crew Show
    • Engine start
    • Taxi
    • Returning aircraft parking and status
    • Aircraft config. servicing and job completion
    • MAINTAINS:
    • Flying schedule
    • Wing IPI listings
    • Base grid map with check sheets
    • Aircraft status tracking device
  27. Dedicated Crew Chief (DCC)
    "First-Level Supervisor"
    • Manages and supervises all Mx on their assigned aircraft
    • Ref: AFI 21-101 Ch 4 Para 4.8.3

    • Selected on basis of:
    • Initiative
    • Mgtmnt and Leadership abilities
    • Tech knowledge
  28. DCC
    Accompany their aircraft through scheduled INS and ASSIST the INS dock NCOIC

    Assist dock NCOIC with completing the req. doc. review and valid. at the end of the INS.

    Enforces adherence to tech. data
  29. DCC
    Ensures timely corrective action on Delayed Discrepancies (DD)

    Ensures replacement parts are requisitioned and documentation is complete and accurate.
  30. DCC
    • Performs engine runs
    • Attends pre- and post-dock meetings
    • Performs OJT trainer/certifier as required
    • Ref: AFI 21-101 Para 4.8.1
  31. AMXs/HMXs
    Responsible for Primary Aircraft Authorized (PAA) assigned and transient-like type aircraft

    One per wing aircraft
  32. AMXs/HMXs
    One AMU for each assigned Ops Squadron

    • Mobility AF units -- one support section
    • Combat AF units -- support section within each AMU
  33. AMXs/HMXs
    • Aircraft generation
    • Performs on-equipment Mx
    • Launches and recovers aircraft
  34. AMU
    • Responsible to assigned aircraft:
    • Servicing
    • Inspecting
    • Maintaining
    • Launch & Recovery
    • Ensures mobility req. are met
    • Ref AFI 21-101 Ch 4
  35. AMU OIC/NCOIC
    • Allocates personnel and resources
    • Reviews all aborts/ensures proper Mx actions
    • MONITORS phase/ISO/periodic/ Home Station flow/Program Mx Package (PMP)
    • Daily reviews of all Pilot Reported Discrepancies (PRDs)
    • Ensures numer of personnel are engine run qualified
    • AFI 21-101 Ch 14
    • Chairs a daily AMU Mx production meeting
  36. Aircrew & Mx Debriefing Section
    • Flight malfunctions are doc. in aircraft AFTO 781 series forms and MIS
    • Calculates and updates airframe and engine time
    • Updates time/date for INS items
    • Ref AFI 21-101 Ch 4 Para 4.7
  37. Aircraft Section
    DCC/Aircraft Technician
    • Ensure aerospace equip. doc. and MIS doc. are completed, accurate and accomplished IAW 00-20 series T.O.s
    • Ensure aircraft status is accurately reflected in both the Mx forms and the MIS
    • Inform the Section NCOIC and the Expediter of aircraft status
  38. DCC/Aircraft Technician
    Coordinate w/ Pro-Super, Expediter for downtime to accomplish scheduled and unscheduled Mx.
  39. Specialist Section
    • Avionics
    • Propulsion
    • Hydraulics
    • E/E
    • Specialist Expediter
    • Supports INS/Mx
  40. Weapons Section
    • Two Elements:
    • Loaders
    • Mx
    • Fighter/Bomber units
    • Ref Ch 4 Para 4.10
  41. Support Section/Aircraft Support Flight
    • Support, Dash 21, AME, Vehicles, Mobility, T.O.s and Dedicated Supply
    • Tool Accountability
    • MAF and LD/HD units combine all functions (ASF)
    • CTK may be decentralized
    • Ref AFI 21-101 Ch 4 Para 4.12
  42. Plans, Scheduling & Documentation Section (PS&D)
    • Focal Point for ALL flight planning
    • Participate in meetings
    • Administers squadron programs
    • TCTO, TCI, SI
    • Maintain histrorical records
    • Ref AFI 21-101 Ch 7 Para 7.1
  43. AMU Supply Support Element
    • Requisition parts and use supply management products.
    • Notify the flightline Expediter of all back-ordered parts
    • Develop and maintain QRL
    • Tracks and processes DIFM assets
    • Manage reusable containers IAW AFI 24-203, and T.O. 00-20-3
  44. AMU Supply Support Element
    • Control and manage aircraft Tail Number Bin (TNB) if stored within the support section.
    • Coordinate with the Pro-Super and Flightline Expediter for "mark for" changes
    • MONITOR the squadron CANN program and associated documentation.

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