higher authority. Should you find you have made an
engine that is being reported determines the quarter in
error after submission of an ETR, do not wait for
which EOQ reports are submitted. All type MK 529,
notification to send a correction ETR. Draft the
O, R, and T (except T56) engines are reported as of
correction ETR immediately. Complete ETR
2400 hours on 31 January, 30 April, 31 July, and 31
correction procedures can be found in NAVAIRINST
October. All type T56 and CFM56 turboshaft engines
are reported as of 28 or 29 February, 31 May, 31
What is the deadline for submitting ETR
correction reports after notification from higher
August, and 30 November. All turbojet and turbofan
engines, types F, J, and TF, are reported as of 31 March,
30 June, 30 September, and 31 December.
REQUIRED CONTENT OF EOQ REPORT
AIRCRAFT ENGINE RECORD CARD
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Define the
purpose of the Aircraft Engine Record card.
Recognize retention requirements for Aircraft
Engine Record cards of engines transferred to
another reporting custodian.
The EOQ report includes all engines in an installed
status regardless of location. Therefore, engines in the
reporting custodians aircraft that are in SDLM or
commercial facilities must be included. The reporting
custodian must contact activities that have physical
custody of the aircraft engines to determine the correct
number of hours to be reported. An example of a EOQ
naval message is shown in figure 9-7.
The Aircraft Engine Record card is a 5- x 8-inch
record card that provides a standardized record for local
management of aircraft engines. This record is used in
much the same way as the Aircraft Record A card in
aircraft inventory reporting. One Aircraft Engine
Record card is maintained on file for each assigned
engine, and the card should be retained by an activity
for 6 months after transfer of the engine to another
reporting custodian. Whenever reportable actions
occur, an ETR is submitted, and information is
recorded on the Aircraft Engine Record card. An
Aircraft Engine Record card is shown in figure 9-6.
Notice that some of the data elements are not
repeated, such as (4), (5) and (12), because the
information is the same for each engine. The
Status/STAR code for EOQ reports is 11-90. Other
data elements used on the EOQ report are the same data
elements used on ETR reports, so these data elements
will not be discussed here. All engines should be listed
by aircraft and in engine position number order.
EOQ REPORT CORRECTION
For the most part, the card is self-explanatory.
Notice that in figure 9-6, the blocks are numbered to
correspond to items of information reported on ETRs.
An understanding of data elements on ETRs will clarify
the entries made on the Aircraft Engine Record card.
Q17. What card provides a standardized record for
local management of aircraft engines?
Q18. Aircraft Engine Record cards should be retained
for what minimum period after an engine is
transferred to another reporting custodian?
END-OF-QUARTER (EOQ) REPORT OF
FLYING HOURS FOR INSTALLED
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Identify the
two submission methods for EOQ reports.
Identify the submission deadline of EOQ
Correction procedures for EOQs are the same as for
ETRs. Correction reports are not assigned a new ETR
number. All addressees of the original message with a
need to know should be included in the correction
message. If you discover your own error, do not wait to
be notified. You should draft a correction message.
This will show your supervisors your initiative.
METHOD OF TRANSMISSION
LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Identify data
elements used on the EOQ report.
Engine reporting custodians submit an EOQ report
of all installed engines. This report includes data up to
2400 hours on the last day of the quarter. The type of
Reporting custodians should send the EOQ report
via naval message or should enter the report through an
on-line AEMS terminal. Reports should be sent by
2400 hours on the 5th working day following the end of
the month in which the engine is to be reported.