Operations, aircraft maintenance, flying.
Maintenance, operations, quality assurance.
Quality assurance (QA), support, aircraft maintenance.
Maintenance operations, maintenance, aircraft maintenance, and QA.
Programs and Resources.
Operations Support Center.
Logistics Support Squadron.
Operations Support Squadron.
Maintenance Operations Center.
Career field subdivision.
Task qualification training.
Career development course.
Noncommissioned Officer Academy (NCOA).
Lock and pin the work stands.
Check the intake for foreign object damage (FOD).
Review the Air Force Technical Order (AFTO) Form 781K.
Check with other personnel working inside or outside the aircraft.
20 feet to the front and 15 feet from the rear.
15 feet to the front and 10 feet from the rear.
10 feet to the front and 5 feet from the rear.
5 feet to the front and 1 foot from the rear.
Vice Wing commander.
Overflow of materials.
Mixing of unlike materials.
Date the waste began to accumulate.
Repair cycle support.
Priority Monitor Report (D18).
Daily Document Register (D04).
Due-out Validation Listing (M30).
Repair Cycle Asset Management Listing (D23).
Type of aircraft.
Origin of an item.
Why the item broke.
How long the item will take to repair.
The responsible reparable processing center.
Has an assigned shelf-life period that may be extended.
Should be returned to supply after expiration date.
Has a definite nonextendible period of shelf-life.
Should be inspected or tested.
That is required for tracking by agreement of the single manager.
Found during an initial acceptance inspection (critical or major defects only).
That, if uncorrected, will cause major loss or damage to equipment or a system.
That identifies a potential enhancement (applies to enhancements noted during the acquisition cycle).
Equipment authorization inventory data.
Before signing for the account.
Within 10 days of signing for the account.
Within 15 days of signing for the account.
Within 30 days of signing for the account.
Type of equipment.
Mission type of equipment.
Model and series for equipment type.
Group assembly parts list.
Reference designation index.
Maintenance group commander.
Preliminary technical orders (TO).
Methods and procedures TOs.
Supervisor of initiator.
Product improvement office.
Evident and hidden.
Potential and evident.
Hidden and functional.
Potential and functional.
Centralized repair facility (CRF).
Engine trending and diagnostics (ET&D).
Engine life-cycle management planning (ELMP).
Comprehensive engine management system (CEMS).
Depot-level engine maintenance shops.
Base engine maintenance shop.
Product center engineers.
Propulsion and depot.
Depot and nondestructive inspection.
Propulsion and nondestructive inspection.
Environmental health and nondestructive inspection.
Test cell personnel.
Back shop mechanics.
Depot item manager.
Notifying maintenance personnel of upcoming time compliance technical orders (TCTO).
Providing technical assistance and performing repairs beyond their capability.
Ensuring replacement parts are ordered in a timely manner.
Providing the most current TO updates to the field.
Contract field teams (CFT).
Base jet engine run crews.
Oil analysis teams.
Schedule engine replacement times.
Track parts replacement on jet engines.
Report all engine-related discrepancies.
Maintain accurate and timely engine inventories.
Availability of engines and their parts.
Availability of storage and analysis computers.
Accurate and timely data at the lowest level.
Accurate and timely data at the highest level.
Reducing customer wait time for serviceable assets.
Accurately update scheduled maintenance requirements.
Evaluate the engine controls and accessories to include engine monitoring systems.
Detect any unique durability problems that might force special scheduled inspections.
Injury to you.
Damage to the tool.
With tools that may cause flying particles.
Where there is a fire hazard.
Around any type of fluid.
On any type of job.
Foreign object damage (FOD) bag.
Use maximum torque.
Torque from left to right.
Use a staggered sequence.
Overtorque, loosen, and retorque.
Shaft index line.
Shaft index line.
Construction of indicator.
Construction of indicating hand.
Ability to amplify movement greatly.
Ability to amplify movement slightly.
Touch-hold push-button switch.
Function selector rotary switch.
Range-mode pushbutton switch.
Volts, ohms, diode test input jack.
Replace a teardown inspection.
Visually inspect internal sections.
Detect major damage inside the engine.
Determine how much maintenance is required during a periodic inspection.
The fiber optics.
An optical illusion bundle.
A grounded extension cord.
A directly magnified light source.
Light guide tube.
Distal tip light guides.
Bending section lever.
Setting the light source selector switch on high.
Operation of the bending section with the brake on.
Inserting tools in the working channel with the brake on.
Application of lateral (pinching) pressure to the fiber bundle.
Allow for the installation of a washer.
Keep the nut from backing loose.
Allow for expansion of the metal.
Avoid bottoming out the nut.
Metallic self-locking nuts.
Nonmetallic self-locking nuts.
Thread length of the treads.
Base of the head to the bottom the threads.
Length of the shank plus the threaded portion.
Top of the head to the bottom of the screw threads.
Slightly smaller than the screw.
The same size as the screw shank.
Slightly deeper than the length of the shank.
Slightly shallower than the length of the screw.
Plain washer underneath the lock washer.
Soft lock washer.
6 to 8.
8 to 10.
10 to 12.
12 to 14.
Allows for ease of removal.
Aids in further inspections.
Prevents nicking and scratching.
Prevents possible static electricity.
Provides a tighter fit.
Prevents nicking of inner tube surface.
Avoids possibility of leaving caps installed.
Provides less contact with corrosive lubricants.
Metal reinforced rubber.
Use suitable bulkhead-type grommets.
Maintain tight bends during installation.
Use a minimal number of cushioned clamps.
Support the hose approximately 7 inches from each connection.
Look for leaks.
Change the oil filter.
Inspect for missing parts.
Check the compressor inlet.
Because the oil can be reused.
To prevent false contaminant indications.
So a reliable Oil Analysis Program sample can be obtained.
The oil is recycled and must be kept clean.
Ventilatory plugs and caps.
A leak detector.
A soap-water solution.
Side of the container.
Data plate on both halves of the container.
Top half on the right panel of the container.
Bottom half on the left panel of the container.
Ensure humidity indicator is blue.
Release all pressure before removing lid.
Ensure pressure is below 5 psi before loosening bolts.
Loosen bolts in a staggered pattern to prevent warping.
MIL-L–6081 (grade 1010).
Motor the engine to circulate the oil.
Inspect reservoirs to ensure they are full.
Visually inspect compressor for corrosion.
Preservation run and fuel system preservation.
After motoring the engine and changing the filters.
As soon as all depreservation fluid has been purged.
Only after a ground check run of the engine has been performed.
After visually inspecting the compressor and turbine for signs of corrosion.
Corrosion-preventive compound (CPC).
Corrosion-preventive mixture (CPM).
Prevent the platform from lowering while it is in use.
Prevent the platform from swaying while it is in use.
Lock the base structure while the platform is in use.
Prevent the wheels from swiveling while it is in use.
Employee number blocks.
Nonscheduled inspection blocks.