Table 3-1.Priority Number Chart
Reserve and support
All personnel in the repair process must take pride
covers the typical research that you and your squadron
AK can effectively perform.
in the ability to repair the part, translate what is wrong
with the broken part, and obtain the required repair
parts. The pride and professionalism this involves will
pay off in many ways, especially when a squadron can
report that all the aircraft are ready for a mission or
commitment. Everyone should strive for ZERO
Q1. State the composition of the Project code.
Q2. What FAD is assigned to most fleet operating
Q3. Aircraft repair usage statistics are used by the
supply department for what purpose?
LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Identify and
understand the terminology used in aviation
If all publications and all types of situations were
presented here, this training manual (TRAMAN)
would be extremely large. Therefore, this chapter
TERMINOLOGY USED IN THE
SUPPLY CATALOGING SYSTEM
Before you can find information, you must
understand supply terms. The terms listed below are
some common supply terms.
Alphanumeric sequence. An alphanumeric
sequence begins at the extreme left-hand position of a
number and continues from the left to the right, one
position at a time, until all digits have been considered.
The order of digit precedence for the part number
begins at the left and moves to the right. It begins with
A, and then the other letters in alphabetic sequence
through Z. (The letter O is considered a numeric zero.)
After the letter Z, the numbers 0 through 9, in
sequence, have precedence. Diagonal lines (/), points
(.), and dashes (-) can be used in the second or
succeeding positions of the part number. When used,
they take precedence over letters and numbers, and
come before the other part numbers that have letters