BLOCK B27-EOC. Enter the EOC code, if applicable.
BLOCK B30-Completed. Enter the Julian date on which the TD compliance VIDS/MAF was completed.
BLOCKS B38 THROUGH B49-Awaiting maintenance time. Make the appropriate entries; use only if SCIR is impacted.
Corrective action. Enter a brief narrative description of the action taken in compliance with the TD.
Inspected by block. The quality assurance/ collateral duty inspector who inspects the job for proper standards signs his/her name and enters his/her rate in this block.
Corrected by block. The worker or crew leader who performs the TD signs his/her name and enters his/her rate in this block.
Supervisor block. The work center supervisor or assistant signs his/her name and enters his/her rate in this block to indicate that screening and other appropriate action has been performed.
Only immediate action types of TDs are normally performed on transient aircraft. When such TDs are performed, a VIDS/MAF is used. Copy 1 is submitted to the DSF through normal procedures for TD compliance reporting by the unit performing the work. Copy 4, including signature, is returned to the home station with the transient aircraft. An appropriate note is entered in the Entries Required section of copy 1 of the TD compliance VIDS/MAF; for example, "Transient aircraft-logs not available."
The Navy Oil Analysis Program (NOAP) is used to monitor and diagnose the condition of equipment or oil without the removal or extensive disassembly of the equipment. The NOAP is outlined in the latest edition of Navy Oil Analysis Program, NAVMATINST 4731.1, and operates in conformance with the latest edition of Joint Oil Analysis Program, OPNAVINST 4731.1. OPNAVINST 4731.1 covers the Joint Oil Analysis Program (JOAP) and its interrelationship with the Army, Air Force, and other activities.
Activities that operate aeronautical equipment are required to participate in the NOAP. Information concerning sampling points, sampling techniques, and sampling intervals is provided by the cognizant field activity (CFA). The CFA provides this information in the form of maintenance requirements cards (MRCs) and maintenance instructions manuals (MIMs).
Operating activities schedule routine oil sampling according to the information contained in the MRCs. Special oil samples are taken and submitted to the laboratory as required by JOAP Lab Manual, NA 17-15-50. The following is a partial list of some of the special oil sampling requirements:
1. Whenever requested by the JOAP laboratory or the CFA
2. Whenever directed by the maintenance officer to check out suspected deficiencies
3. Immediately before and after replacement of major oil lubricated systems components
4. Before and after test cell runs
5. After engine installations
6. Immediately following all accidents
Whenever oil analysis is initiated, terminated, or the monitoring laboratory changes, the AZ assigned to maintenance control makes an appropriate entry on the Miscellaneous/History Form in the equipment logbook. For ASRs, EHR cards, and SRC card items, this entry is made in the Repair/Rework/Overhaul section of the applicable record. Whenever equipment is removed or transferred, a specific entry is made concerning the NOAP analytical status of the equipment.
Each oil sample sent to the JOAP laboratory is accompanied by an Oil Analysis Sample Request form (DD 2026) (fig. 4-41). Much of the information entered on this form is taken from the equipment logbooks. Instructions for completing the Oil Analysis Sample Request formContinue Reading