Figure 7-11. - Correction ETR.
a message EOQ is shown in figure 7-12. Notice that some of the data elements are not repeated, such as (4) and (5) because the information is the same for each engine. All engines should be listed by aircraft and in engine position number order. Engines that have been previously reported in status-star codes 11-60 or 11-63 WILL NOT be included on the EOQ report.
Amplifying remarks on the EOQ report can be found in the latest edition of NAVAIRINST 13700.15 and the appropriate controlling custodian's instruction concerning AEMS.
Q1. What log is used to maintain records on aeronautical equipment?
Q2. What system is designed to provide data on the inventory management and reporting of engines?
Q3. What instruction should you refer to for Aeronautical Equipment Service Record (AESR) construction and form sequence?
Q4. Who initiates the AESR?
Q5. When is the AESR maintained concurrently with or as part of the aircraft logbook?
Q6. Where is a copy of the most recent engine test record maintained?
Q7. When must data be entered on the Equipment Operating Record (EOR)?Continue Reading