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  • NAVY TRAINING SYSTEM PLAN

    FOR THE

    INSTRUMENT REPAIR PROGRAM

    N78-NTSP-A-50-8510/A

    APRIL 2002

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    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

    In 1978, the Chief of Naval Operations directive to the Naval Material Command directedthe Naval Air Systems Command to establish an aircraft Instrument Repair Program. TheInstrument Repair Program was established to reduce costs associated with depot levelmaintenance repairs and large inventories of instrument repair spare parts. The Instrument RepairProgram is in the Operations and Support phase of the Defense Acquisition System.

    The Instrument Repair Program has been fully implemented concerning manpower andtraining, and all selected Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Departments and Marine AviationLogistics Squadrons, both afloat and ashore, maintain instrument repair capability.

    Navy Aviation Electricians Mate and Aviation Electronics Technician personnel withNavy Enlisted Classification 7137 (Aircraft Instrument IMA Technician) perform instrumentrepair. Marine Corps Aviation Electronic Micro-Miniature/Instrument and Cable RepairTechnician, Intermediate Maintenance Activity, personnel with Military Occupational Specialty6423 perform instrument repair for the Marine Corps.

    Maintenance Training Unit (MTU) 1011 at Naval Air Maintenance Training Unit, NavalAir Station Jacksonville, Florida, and Naval Air Maintenance Training Marine Unit (NAMTRAMARUNIT), Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, California, conduct instrument repair follow-ontraining.

    The Instrument Repair Program became an Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department(AIMD) capability in 1992, i.e., as a program, instrument repair is considered implemented.Therefore, this will be the last update of the Instrument Repair Program NTSP.

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    PageExecutive Summary........................................................................................................... iList of Acronyms............................................................................................................... iiiPreface.............................................................................................................................. vi

    PART I - TECHNICAL PROGRAM DATA

    A. Nomenclature-Title-Program .......................................................................... I-1

    B. Security Classification .................................................................................... I-1

    C. Manpower, Personnel, and Training Principals................................................ I-1

    D. System Description......................................................................................... I-1

    E. Developmental Test and Operational Test....................................................... I-2

    F. Aircraft and/or Equipment/System/Subsystem Replaced ................................. I-2

    G. Description of New Development ................................................................... I-2

    H. Concepts ........................................................................................................ I-2

    1. Operational ............................................................................................. I-22. Maintenance............................................................................................ I-23. Manning.................................................................................................. I-54. Training .................................................................................................. I-5

    I. Onboard (In-Service) Training........................................................................ I-8

    J. Logistics Support ........................................................................................... I-9

    K. Schedules ....................................................................................................... I-12

    L. Government-Furnished Equipment and Contractor-Furnished Equipment

    Training Requirements.................................................................................... I-14

    M. Related NTSPs and Other Applicable Documents ........................................... I-14

    PART II - BILLET AND PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS ................................... II-1

    PART III - TRAINING REQUIREMENTS................................................................ III-1

    PART IV - TRAINING LOGISTICS SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS....................... IV-1

    PART V - MPT MILESTONES................................................................................. V-1

    PART VI - DECISION ITEMS/ACTION REQUIRED ............................................. VI-1

    PART VII - POINTS OF CONTACT ........................................................................... VII-1

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    LIST OF ACRONYMS

    ACDU Active DutyAE Aviation Electricians MateAIMD Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance DepartmentAMTCS Aviation Maintenance Training Continuum SystemAOA Angle of AttackAOB Average OnboardAR Active ReserveAT Aviation Electronics TechnicianATIR Annual Training Input Requirement

    CASS Consolidated Automated Support SystemCFY Current Fiscal YearCIN Course Identification NumberCINCLANTFLT Commander in Chief, Atlantic FleetCINCPACFLT Commander in Chief, Pacific FleetCMC Commandant of the Marine CorpsCNET Chief of Naval Education and TrainingCNO Chief of Naval OperationsCV Aircraft CarrierCVN Aircraft Carrier Nuclear

    FREST Fleet Replacement Enlisted Skills TrainingFW Fixed WingFY Fiscal Year

    GFE Government Furnished Equipment

    HMM Marine Medium Helicopter SquadronHMT Marine Helicopter Training SquadronHMX Marine Helicopter SquadronHSL Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light

    IMA Intermediate Maintenance ActivityIPB Illustrated Parts BreakdownJRB Joint Reserve Base

    MALS Marine Aviation Logistics SquadronMATMEP Maintenance Training Management and Evaluation Program

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    LIST OF ACRONYMS

    MCAS Marine Corps Air StationMCCDC Marine Corps Combat Development CommandMOS Military Occupational SpecialtyMSDS Material Safety Data SheetMTIP Maintenance Training Improvement ProgramMTU Maintenance Training Unit

    NA Not ApplicableNAF Naval Air FacilityNAMP Naval Aviation Maintenance ProgramNAMTRA MARUNIT Naval Air Maintenance Training Marine UnitNAMTRAU Naval Air Maintenance Training UnitNAS Naval Air StationNAVAIRSYSCOM Naval Air Systems CommandNAVMAC Naval Manpower Analysis CenterNAVEDTRA Naval Education and TrainingNAVPERS Naval PersonnelNAVPERSCOM Naval Personnel CommandNEC Navy Enlisted ClassificationNTSP Navy Training System Plan

    OPNAV Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsOPNAVINST Office of the Chief of Naval Operations InstructionOPO OPNAV Principal Official

    PDA Principal Development ActivityPFY Previous Fiscal YearPMA Program Manager, AirPMOS Primary Military Occupational SpecialtyPNEC Primary Navy Enlisted Classification

    RAIMD Reserve Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance DepartmentRFT Ready For TrainingRW Rotary Wing

    SEAOPDET Sea Operational DetachmentSELRES Selected ReserveSMOS Secondary Military Occupational Specialty

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    LIST OF ACRONYMS

    SNEC Secondary Navy Enlisted Classification

    TAR Training and Administration of ReservesTD Training DeviceTFMMS Total Force Manpower Management SystemTFS Table of OrganizationTSA Training Support AgencyTTE Technical Training Equipment

    UIC Unit Identification CodeUSMC United States Marine Corps

    VMA Fixed Wing Marine Attack SquadronVMAQ Fixed Wing Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare SquadronVMAT Fixed Wing Marine Attack Training SquadronVMFA Fixed Wing Marine Fighter/Attack SquadronVMFAT Fixed Wing Marine Fighter/Attack Training SquadronVMGRT Fixed Wing Marine Aerial Refueler Transport SquadronVMM Marine Medium Tilt-Rotor SquadronVMMT Marine Medium Tilt-Rotor Training SquadronVMU Fixed Wing Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle SquadronVP Patrol Squadron

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    PREFACE

    This Instrument Repair Program Approved Navy Training System Plan (NTSP) has beendeveloped to update the Draft NTSP, A-50-8510/D, dated August 2001. This documentcomplies with guidelines set forth in the Navy Training Requirements Documentation Manual,Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) Publication P-751-1-9-97.

    This NTSP provides the latest information about the Instrument Repair Program,including training, manpower, equipment, test sets, and points of contact. This versionincorporates clarifying comments on the Draft NTSP received from the Chief of Naval Educationand Training (ETSO) and Commanding Officer, Naval Air Warfare Center Training SystemsDivision.

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    PART I - TECHNICAL PROGRAM DATA

    A. NOMENCLATURE-TITLE-PROGRAM

    1. Nomenclature-Title-Acronym. Instrument Repair Program

    2. Program Element. 8477X

    B. SECURITY CLASSIFICATION

    1. System Characteristics ................. Unclassified2. Capabilities ................................... Unclassified3. Functions....................................... Unclassified

    C. MANPOWER, PERSONNEL, AND TRAINING PRINCIPALS

    OPNAV Principal Official (OPO) Program Sponsor.................................... CNO (N781)

    OPO Resource Sponsor ........................................................................