Technical Directive Compliance Report
The MDR-4-1 (fig. 5-4) gives a detailed list of
technical directive compliance actions during the
reporting period. This report aids the maintenance
control officer in scheduling and maintaining positive
control of technical directive compliance actions.
Intermediate Technical Directive Compliance
The MDR-4-2 (fig. 5-4a) provides a detailed list of
TDs that were complied with during the reporting
period. The DSF generates the MDR-4-2 for
intermediate maintenance activities (IMAs). This
report aids IMA production control in scheduling TDs
and maintaining positive control of TDs.
Maintenance Action By Bureau/Serial Number
The MDR-5 (fig. 5-5) consolidates all maintenance
actions by bureau number or serial number sequence.
This report provides a history of maintenance actions
intermediate-level managers, analysts, and MOs.
Maintenance Action By System And Component
The MDR-6, shown in figure 5-6, consolidates all
maintenance actions by component. This report
provides the MO with a tool to identify troublesome
systems or components within systems. A large number
of maintenance actions or excessive man-hours that
were expended for a system or component indicates a
troublesome system or component.
Component Repair/Beyond Capability Of
Maintenance (BCM) Report (MDR-7)
Code within type equipment. The report can be used to
The MDR-7, shown in figure 5-7, provides a spread
of Action Taken codes for maintenance actions taken
by the intermediate level. This report also provides the
MO and the maintenance material control officer
(MMCO) with an overview of the entire production
effort of the activity by work center and by Work Unit
determine the percentage of components that were
received at an IMA that do not require any repair.
Failed Parts/Parts Required Report
The MDR-8, figure 5-8, is prepared from data that
is entered in the (H-Z) Failed/Required Material block
of the MAF. Intended for the MO, MMCO, and work
center supervisor, the report identifies parts with a high
awaiting parts (AWP) time.
Repair Cycle Data Report
The MDR-9, figure 5-9, is a monthly report and is a
detailed list, by organization, that shows the number of
days of turnaround time and the elements that compose
the turnaround time for each repairable component that
was processed through an IMA cycle. This report
identifies components that appear repeatedly in the
intermediate-level repair cycle.
Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Report
The MDR-10, figure 5-10, measures the
maintenance effort attributable to FOD. Components
replaced, repaired, condemned, and so forth can be
identified by data in this report. Indirectly, the report
reflects housekeeping conditions (cleanliness of ramps,
runways, hangar area, and so forth) or the maintenance
methods of personnel (adherence to proper
Corrosion Control/Treatment Report
The MDR-11, figure 5-11, is designed for
monitoring the Corrosion Control Program or for
investigating the amount of corrective corrosion
treatment necessary for aircraft. MAFs with a general
work unit code of 040 (corrosion inspection) or MAFs
with malfunction code 170 (corrosion treatment) are
the two sources of information that identify these areas.
By using this report, supervisors and managers
determine whether a specific portion of an aircraft,
identified by work unit code, needs a better corrosion