116.2 What functional requirements of the NAMP are satisfied by the intermediate maintenance activity's NALCOMIS?
(Note: The following are the fields or areas of access that are on the main user screen of NALCOMIS)
a. MaintenanceCollects and processes maintenance related data and provides data to other subsystems on the data base. Used extensively by Maintenance Control.
b. FlightCollects and processes flight related data.
c. Logs/recordsEstablishes and maintains configuration profiles for engines, aircraft, and any Aeronautical Equipment Service Record (AESR) records.
d. PersonnelReserved for future use. Can be used to monitor qualifications. Not in use at this time.
e. AssetsProcesses inventory and inspection criteria for support equipment and Aviation Life Support Systems (ALSS).
f. Data analysisApproves or disapproves Maintenance Action Forms (MAF's), Naval Flight Records (NAVFLIRS), for upline submission.
g. ReportsSelects and produces various reports.
h. Ad hoc queryCreates user-specific needed or requested reports.
116.4 Describe the purpose of the following intermediate maintenance activity's NALCOMIS subsystems:
Allows maintenance personnel to document maintenance actions, order parts, maintain individual component repair list data, and request inquiries. Actual documentation requirements such as validation specifications, form descriptions, and field entry requirements are contained in this and other instructions. Any NALCOMIS IMA specific documentation requirements are covered in the detailed description of each function or screen.
b. Configuration status accounting
Contains 3 sections: Aircraft Engines, Support Equipment, and Technical Directives.
c. Personnel management
Contains information on assigned military and civilian personnel. The information is used for workload management and to verify authorization for discrepancy signoffs, QA inspections, MAF reviews, and other job related functions.
d. Asset management
Contains the functions required to maintain inventory and utilization data for Support Equipment and IMRL items.
e. Material requirement processing
Covers material requirements generated by maintenance customers at the O-level and I-level. These requirements include repairable components, consumable repair parts, and indirect material support items.
f. System support
Permits the user to see a list of the on-screen messages that are waiting action. It uses on-line functions to review the requests for reports, and to release them for subsequent printing.
g. Data off-load/on-load
Used to generate files, reports, and documents for data off-load/on-load. These items accompany temporarily transferred Support Equipment and personnel and permanently transferred SE, either to or from organizations.
h. Technical publications
provides an automated technical library tracking system.
116.5 Explain the purpose of a Maintenance Action Form(MAF) as applied to NALCOMIS documentation.
116.6 Explain the following blocks on a MAF to be utilized as data fields in NALCOMIS:
a. Work Unit Code (WUC)Identifies the system or subsystem being worked upon.
b. Job Control Number (JCN)A 9, 10, or 11-character code. Serves as a base for Maintenance Data Reporting (MDR) and maintenance control procedures.
c. Maintenance Action Form (MAF) Control Number (MCN)A 7-character alpha/numeric code assigned by the system that serves as a base for Maintenance Data Reports and maintenance control procedures. Tracks MAF's through the maintenance process.
d. Discrepancy blockA narrative description of a reported discrepancy.
e. Corrective action blockA narrative description of the corrective action taken on a discrepancy.
f. When Discovered (W/D) codeA single alpha-character, indicating when the need for maintenance was discovered.
g. Type Equipment (TYPE EQUIP) codeIdentifies the type of equipment being worked on.
h. Type Maintenance (T/M) codeA one-character alpha or numeric code used to describe the type work being performed.
116.8 Discuss the security considerations that apply to an individual's NALCOMIS log in and password.
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