discrepancies in quality assurance procedures to aircraft manufacturers, NAVAVNDEPOTs, and other activities performing maintenance on aircraft. This method of reporting is not used in lieu of the NAMDRP; it compliments the program. It simply highlights areas in immediate need of attention to ensure a more acceptable standard of quality in aircraft maintenance and rework procedures.
Effective use of SF 368 in initiating corrective or preventative action is dependent upon a clear description of discrepancies and corrective actions taken to identify the problem and the parts involved to permit objective analysis of each discrepancy. (Figures 5-7 and 5-8 show a sample ADR using SF 368).
Equipment shortages, ferry or shipping damages, deterioration during pool storage, or
Figure 5-7.-Sample Aircraft Discrepancy Report (ADR), Standard Form (SF) 368 (Front).Continue Reading