Figure 7-17.Assembly Service Record (OPNAV 4790/106A).
NOTE: For more detailed information on
documentation procedures for the AESR, MSR, ASR,
EHR, and SRC, refer to OPNAVINST 4790.2.
Q30. Once an engine module is installed in a
particular propulsion system, what becomes of
the Module Service Record (MSR)?
In what section of the Assembly Service Record
is the removal data documented?
Q32. What record is used to document the
maintenance history data of an aeronautical
component that has been determined to be life
NAVAL FLIGHT RECORD
LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Describe the
purpose of the Naval Flight Record Subsystem.
The NAVFLIRS provides a standardized
Department of the Navy flight activity data collection
system. The NAVFLIR form (OPNAV 3710/4)
consists of an original and two copies. All three copies
contain identical information, which is outlined in
A NAVFLIRS is required to be completed for each
attempt at flight and is certified for completeness and
accuracy by the aircraft or mission commander. Once
the form is completed, maintenance control screens it
for accuracy of aircraft information (BUNO, flight
time, engine operating time) and transcribes
applicable data in the aircraft logbook. Operations
personnel will screen it and transcribe information in
the aviators logbooks.
Enhanced Comprehensive Asset Management
System (ECAMS) sites will forward copies 1 and 3 to
the ECAMS operator for entry of the required
information for ECAMS reports and tracking