ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS
Seeing that the job is done correctly, safely, and efficiently with no waste of
A2. Operate with maximum efficiency and safety, operate with minimum waste
an expense, and operate free from interruption and difficulty.
A3. Update equipment as old models become obsolete.
A4. Through an effective and continuing training program.
Operating with minimum expense and waste.
A6. A means of relieving the work center supervisor of the details of a task.
A27. Functional check flights.
A28. When the discrepancy involves safety of flight.
Scheduled maintenance is maintenance required by hours, calender periods
(days or weeks), and starts. Unscheduled maintenance is maintenance that
occurs on aircraft other than scheduled.
The daily maintenance meeting.
Determine deficiencies, analyze discrepancy trends, prescribe inspection
procedures, and determine the quality of maintenance.
Eliminating maintenance failures before they happen.
Prevention, knowledge, and special skills.
A periodic or special evaluation of details, plans, policies, procedures,
products, directives, and records.
The success or failure in achieving high standards of quality.
At the time the task is assigned.
To ensure the purpose and objective of the check flight are clearly
Quality assurance division.
The size of the unit and the number of work shifts.
Quality assurance representatives.
Normally, an E-6 or above is assigned as a QAR.
The officer in charge.
A Q/A stamp.
Local commands make the decision and annotate the master and work center
Receiving or screening inspection, in-process inspection, and final