1. Information: contains the job control number,
consisting of the work center designation and
the job sequence number (JSN), equipment
configuration data, and discrepancy descrip-
Deferral Action: contains deferral dates and
manhours expended by personnel involved in
the maintenance action up to the time of
number of manhours remaining to complete
the maintenance action).
Completed Action: contains action taken,
completion date and total manhours expended.
Remarks/Description: contains a narrative
description of the discrepancy and the work
done to correct it.
Additional ALREMP Information: contains
shot/hit/VLA data, PMS data and QA/ALRE
Material Control: contains quantity, nomen-
clature, part number and contract number for
requisitioned items also contains two blocks
for AIMD-assistance VIDS MAF JCNs.
ALRE Tool Control: contains lines for the
work center and central tool room Petty
When a maintenance action is completed, the
appropriate work center will complete a MAF, this will
provide a comprehensive record of the maintenance
action performed and establish historical data for future
reference. Therefore MAFs will be retained as follows:
Corrective maintenance action MAFs will be
retained for a period of 1 year. The QA branch
will retain copy 1. Copy 2 of the MAF will be
retained by the maintenance responsible work
Preventive maintenance action MAFs must be
retained by QA and the work center for the most
recent PMS action performed only.
MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT STATUS
Maintenance requirement (MR) status boards are
tools used to track critical scheduled/situational
maintenance and inspections required on catapults,
arresting gear, and VLA equipment. These re-
quirements are based on calendar periods (daily,
weekly, monthly, and so on) and the total number of
catapult shots or arresting gear arrestments (hits)
accumulated. Documentation of shots and hits is
maintenance and inspection requirements are per-
formed on time.
Maintenance requirement status boards (figs. 6-6
and 6-7) are locally produced or procured. As a
minimum these boards will contain information on
each shot- or hit-related maintenance task specified in
the PMS system. The minimum information elements
required are the following:
Maintenance requirement periodicity code
(M-1R, Q-1R, 24M-2R, and so forth)
Description of the task and the frequency of
Shot or hit number that the maintenance require-
ment is due to be performed on
Total number of shots or hits to date
As with the maintenance control VIDS board, the
maintenance control MR status board will reflect the
required maintenance tasks of each work center in the
division. The maintenance control MR status board is
maintained and updated only by the maintenance
officer, the maintenance control chief, or a person
specifically designated by the maintenance officer.
Each work center will also have a MR status board
that reflects the exact information contained on the
maintenance control board. The work center supervisor
or his designated assistant will maintain and update the
work center's MR status board.
A continuous audit and daily validations of the MR
status boards between maintenance control and the
work centers are required to ensure accuracy and
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