(fig. 5-25). This report is prepared from data submitted on the METER card and the VIDS/ MAF, excluding transaction codes 00, 02, 03 and 72. This report is intended for use by the maintenance officer. The report can be used to determine how many abort malfunctions were caused by mechanical failures, what caused them, whether these malfunctions were discovered before flight or while in flight, and whether they could have been eliminated by better inspections of the aircraft.
This report is designed to show, by bureau/ serial number, the total number of discrepancy hours that limited the equipment from performing its assigned mission or function during the reporting period (fig. 5-26). The report is designed for the maintenance officer and may be used to determine the impact of maintenance/supply on the mission capability of the equipment. Equipment in/out of service hours, flight hours, and number of flights are also shown.
This report is designed to reflect equipment capability to perform its assigned mission/ function during a reporting period (fig. 5-27). This report is prepared from VIDS/MAF documents that have a valid equipment operational capability (EOC) code documented in the Repair Cycle or Maintenance/Supply Record. This report reflects percent of mission capability of equipment by bureau/serial number and overall totals for that type of equipment.
This report is designed to display SCIR hours by mission category and awaiting maintenance
Figure 5-25.-When Malfunction Was Discovered Report (MDR-13).Continue Reading