It is designed so the maintenance officer will have a record of maintenance performed on the equipment for which the maintenance officer is responsible.
This report gives a detailed list, by organization, of technical directive compliance during the reporting period. It is designed for the maintenance control officer as an aid in scheduling and maintaining positive control of technical directive compliance actions (fig. 5-16).
This report consolidates all maintenance support equipment, technical directive compliance, and component repair at the IMA. This report is designed to provide a history of maintenance actions by bureau/serial number and is intended for organizational and intermediate level managers, analysts and maintenance officers (fig. 5-17).
This report consolidates all maintenance actions by component, including technical directive compliance. It can be used to identify troublesome systems or components within systems which are indicated by a large number of maintenance actions or excessive man-hours expended for that system or component. The report is prepared and provided to the maintenance officer actions in bureau/serial sequence including (fig. 5-18).
Figure 5-16.-Technical Directive Compliance Report (MDR 4-1).Continue Reading