ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS
A1. The efficient attainment of objectives.
Actions taken to retain material in a serviceable condition or to restore it to
Actions taken to retain or restore material or equipment to a serviceable
condition with a minimum expenditure of resources.
A4. Maintenance control.
A5. Maintenance control.
A6 Maintenance control.
A7. Maintenance control.
A8. Maintenance control.
A9. It allows all the supervisors within your department or division to brief the
maintenance chief on the status of equipment, components, or aircraft that
currently have ongoing work or are scheduled to have maintenance
A10. Aircraft Material Readiness Reporting (AMRR), COMNAVAIRLANT/
COMNAVAIRPAC INSTRUCTION 5442.5D.
At least 10 flights or until the completion of the next like inspection.
A12. The aircraft maintenance officer (AMO) or his designated representative.
Aircraft Inspection and Acceptance Record.
A14. Prior to the first flight of the day.
A15. OPNAVINST 4790.2, Vol III.
A16. One inspection cycle or 6 months, whichever is greater.
A17. Miscellaneous file.
A18. SCIR reports.
A19. The first position of the EOC code.
A20. They are computer generated as determined by the documented Work Unit
Aircraft model and bureau number.
A22. Reporting or physical custodians of all naval aircraft.
A23. The periodic maintenance information cards (PMCs) for that specific
A24. Inspection Record OPNAV 4790/22A.
A25. Repair/Rework Record, OPNAV 4790/23A.
A26. Interim TDs are recorded on the same sheet as formal TDs and identified by
an "I" preceding the TD number.
A27. It provides a means of recording significant information that affects the
aircraft or equipment for which no other space is provided in the logbook.
A28. If the equipment is not preserved as part of an aircraft preservation action.