number with zeros until the number is six characters. If there are more than six characters, you should enter only the last six characters. If there is no serial number (due to missing nameplates, etc.), you can create a serial number by using the organization code of the controlling custodian plus a unique, locally assigned three-character serial; for example, A9D001 or A9DAAT. The assigned serial number is affixed to the equipment, and it remains with the unit until the equipment is stricken from the naval inventory.
BLOCK A69 - METER. Enter the number of whole hours (no tenths) or cycles/starts from the equipment meter. Prefix the number with enough zeros and the letter M or S to make a total of five positions; for example, M0921. If the equipment has no meter, you should enter A0000 .
BLOCK F21 - INVENTORY. Enter the inventory code for the equipment.
BLOCK B30 - COMPLETED BLOCK. Enter the Julian date of the transaction.
BLOCK B34 - COMPLETED TIME. Enter 0001 for gains and 2400 for losses. Enter the actual time of the transaction if there is a change in the MCRS.
DISCREPANCY. Enter the narrative description of the inventory transaction.
SUPERVISOR. Enter the signature and rate.
The submission of inventory VIDS/MAFs and naval aircraft flight records provide DSF with the basic data for machine reports that display aircraft flights, readiness, and inventory information. DSF provides utilization reports from the information on the VIDS/MAFs and naval aircraft flight records that are submitted by the QA/A. These reports are prepared for all requesting activities to ensure uniform reporting of basic aircraft inventory and flight data within the Navy.
The system used for the collection of flight activity data is the naval flight record subsystem (NAVFLIRS). NAVFLIRS reports are prepared in a standard format on a recurring basis, such as daily, monthly, etc., and each report is designed for a specific use. These reports are discussed in the following paragraphs.
The NAVFLIRS daily audit report (figs, 4-24 and 4-25) is prepared daily from the data that is submitted on the Naval Aircraft Flight Record. Each detail line represents a single record type (RECTYP). This report is used to validate the previous day's flight data form submission. The NAVFLIRS DAR is printed in three parts. Part I contains all data records found to be valid.
Figure 4-25. - NAVFLIRS Daily Audit Report, Part V.Continue Reading