A25. As a result of a specific overlimit condition,
or as a result of circumstances or events that
create an administrative requirement.
A26. Aircraft Service Period Adjustment
A27. Plus or minus 10 percent.
A31. The hour and minute of actual receipt of
A33. VIDS/MAF Work Request (OPNAV
A34. Work Request, Customer Service (OPNAV
A35. Scheduled induction date of the aircraft.
A36. Maintenance control.
A37. NAVMATINST 4731.1 (series).
A38. Acceptance information, custody and
transfer, record of rework, preservation and
periodic maintenance performed, and next
periodic maintenance due.
A40. Twenty-fifth of the month prior to the
month in which it applies.
A1. Quality assurance representatives (QARs).
A2. Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy
A3. Explosive Mishap Report (EMR).
A4. Quality Deficiency Report (QDR).
A5. OPNAV 4790/66.
A7. CAT I TPDR.
A8. Maintenance data system procedures.
A9. Examine data contained in reports and
determine what effect the conditions indi-
cated may have on the maintenance effort.
A10. Examination of data.
A11. Document Control Form (DCF) (OPNAV
A12. The document is returned to the submitting
activity for correction.
A13. Enter C immediately to the left of the
letter prefix of the VIDS/MAF record
A14. Data that has no errors and is considered
A15. Monthly Production Report (MDR-2).
A16. Failed Parts/Parts Required Report
A17. Foreign Object Damage Report (MDR-10).
A18. No Defect Report (MDR-12).
A19. Monthly Equipment Capability Report
A20. Monthly Maintenance Summary.
A1. Original accepting activity.
A2. Retained by the operating activity for 1
year, and then forwarded to the Washing-
ton National Records Center.
A3. Commanding officer, organizational-level
maintenance officer, intermediate-level
maintenance officer, depot-level director of
department operations officer, and anyone
designated in writing by one of the
previously listed personnel.