The MAF is used to document maintenance
actions on complete end items. True or False?
What source document is used to document
technical directive compliance?
In NALCOMS OMA, the signature of the
maintenance controller who clears a MAF is
electronically posted to the MAF after entry of
The ORG code, block A08 on the MAF, should
reflect the ORG code of the activity originally
assigning a JCN to the maintenance action except
on what occasion?
Passwords allow maintenance technicians to
access NALCOMIS. What code allows a
maintenance technician to perform preassigned
Upon initiation of a discrepancy MAF, two copies
are printed. One copy is placed inside the aircraft
discrepancy book (ADB). How long should the
copy inside the ADB remain there?
What source document is used to record and
report flight data?
What publication contains detailed procedures
for initiating the naval aircraft flight record
Monthly Individual Flight Activity Report
previous days data submission. Which part of the
DAR contains valid data?
The Monthly Individual Flight Activity Report
(fig. 4-15) details by individual aircrew member
specific flight activity that he or she performed during
the reporting period. Each line represents a summariza-
tion for each date and time departure by BUNO and
Type Equipment code, first pilot time (FPT), copilot
time (CPT), and special crew time (SCT). Night flight
time is also represented on each detail line. This report
also accumulates weapons and proficiency data,
miscellaneous data, and a fiscal year summary.
What NAVFLIRS report identifies total aircrew
assigned to an activity and special flight
Monthly Aircraft Logistics Data Report
The Monthly Aircraft Logistics Data Report (fig.
4-16) summarizes the flight hours, distance,
confirmed/opportune payloads, and configuration data
for each BUNO. Each line represents a summarization
for each airlift mission number by BUNO.
Maintenance control is the nerve center for
maintenance actions within an aviation maintenance
activity. The maintenance material control officer is
responsible for the overall production effort and
material support of the maintenance department. The
Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management
Information System (NALCOMIS) is the automated
management information system (MIS) that provides a
maintenance activity with the information to aid in the
day-to-day management of the maintenance effort for
assigned aircraft and equipment.
abbreviated instructions for preoperational inspections
and turnaround inspections.
The Planned Maintenance System (PMS) supports
the maintenance of aircraft and aeronautical equipment
all through their service life. PMS publications detail
the requirements for planning, scheduling, and
performing of scheduled maintenance. Maintenance
requirements cards furnish the minimum requirements
for scheduled maintenance tasks. Periodic maintenance
information cards contain mandatory and replacement
intervals for components and assemblies and
conditional inspection listings. Checklists give
Daily inspections are valid for a maximum of 72
hours. Monthly Flight Summary and Equipment
Operating Records are verified for accuracy during
aircraft acceptance inspections. Conditional
inspections are done because a specific overlimit
condition occurred or as the result of events that create
an administrative requirement for the inspection.
Example of overlimits are hard landing, engine
overspeed, and engine overtemp. An Aircraft Service
Period Adjustment (ASPA) evaluation is an evaluation
between 6 months prior to and 3 months after the period
end date (PED) of an ASPA aircraft.
Q27. The NAVFLIRS (Naval Flight Record Subsystem)
Daily Audit Report contains data from the
A Maintenance Action Form (MAF), OPNAV
4790/60, documents actions on complete end items.
The MAF also documents technical directive
compliance. The signature of the maintenance
controller who clears a MAF is electronically posted in
NALCOMIS OMA on the basis of his or her log in and
password. The ORG code on the MAF reflects the
ORG code of the activity that originally assigned the