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  1. What are the 2 types of QA Inspectors?
    primary and collateral
  2. Can a collateral QA authorize MPCs and TCTOs?
    No only MPCS
  3. What form of maintenance are ESDs responsible for?
    Operational-Level ("O-level") maintenance
  4. Primary QA Inspectors have the authority to:
    1. If required, sign and approve Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTOs).

    2. Perform QA inspections listed on ALL electronic MPC’s.
  5. A Collateral QA is assigned for a _______ system(s).
    SPECIFIC
  6. Collateral Duty QA Inspectors shall:
    1. Perform QA inspections listed on the electronic MPC’s for the electronic systems which they are designated.
  7. Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO) are required for the following types of
    configuration change proposals:
    • a.   Engineering Changes (EC)
    • b.   Time-critical maintenance actions
    • c.   Time-critical inspections
    • d.   Temporary operational configuration changes
  8. Any proposed change that shall modify an asset’s mission characteristics or capabilities must be documented through the asset’s operational sponsor in ____.
    CG-7
  9. The Product Line Manager (PLM) will not use the TCTO process to release an EC until __________________.
    parts are available
  10. The ____ has overall responsibility for TCTO file maintenance and ACMS data integrity.
    ESD
  11. Only ESD and ______________________ can add, void, cancel, or modify records at any point in the TCTO process. The TCTO number deleted from the database shall not be assigned to any future TCTO. Voided TCTOs do not appear on the ACMS Asset Comprehensive TCTO Status Report but may still be retrieved from ACMS.
    Survivability and Sustainment Branch (SSB)
  12. MSR sub-class includes:
    • Life Support (LS)
    • Ground Support (GS)
    • Avionics (Electronics)
    • Support (AS)
    • Publication Audit (PA).
  13. The ____ character of the ACMS code is used to track TCTO revisions.
    sixth
  14. The first character shall be a _ to designate the ACMS code as a TCTO.
    T
  15. The second and third characters in ACMS indicate the applicable __________ based on the equipment affected, i.e.,
    J2 - Ventilation.
    S1000D chapter
  16. The fourth and fifth characters of an ACMS contain the _____________ within an S1000D category
    sequential number
  17. If a unit fails to complete the maintenance within he deadline issued within the TCTO, the item shall show up on the Unit’s __________________, visible to all personnel with access to ALMIS.
    Overdue Maintenance List Web report
  18. ________ are used for rapid dissemination of time-critical maintenance actions, time-critical inspections, and operational configuration changes that are of an urgent nature due to safety or immediate operational needs.
    Message TCTOs
  19. _______________ may be waived for particularly urgent operational
    issues with verbal authorization by CG-731/751 or CG-45.
    Concurrent review
  20. Full deployment of the ________ TCTO shall not be delayed by routing through the standard TCTO process.
    Message
  21. Once a unit completes the change, the   CTO cover sheet shall be forwarded to the ___ for close out and removed from the MDL.
    FTO
  22. If a unit fails to complete the maintenance within the deadline issued within the Message TCTO, the affected Field Unit shall be _________________________.
    unable to check the asset out in Electronic Asset Logbook (EAL)
  23. The ____________ shall ensure all Message TCTOs are complete.
    SFLC PLM
  24. The PLM shall issue a _________ Cancellation with instructions to restore the asset to original configuration.
    Message TCTO
  25. TRACI stands for?
    Technical, Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, and Informed
  26. MSLT-FE stands for?
    Mission Support Leadership Team – For Electronics
  27. SFCCB stands for?
    Surface Forces Configuration Control Board
  28. ACB stands for?
    Aging Cutter Branch
  29. A CG-22 submitted by an ESD technician shall have the _____________ as the
    Originator’s Approving Authority.
    ESD Maintenance Supervisor
  30. A CG-22 submitted by Base C4IT Dept. personnel shall have the ______________________as the Originator’s Approving Authority.
    Base C4IT Dept. Maintenance Control Officer
  31. A CG-22 submitted by CG units other than ESD or Base C4IT CG personnel shall have the ________________ as the Originator’s Approving Authority.
    submitter’s supervisor
  32. The SFLC CG-22 web process does not route a submitted CG-22 to the individual  T/F
    T It is incumbent on the submitter to notify his/her approving authority that he/she is submitting a CG-22.
  33. __________________________ shall:
    a.    Monitor the compliance with this process guide.
    b.    Monitor the completion of preventive and corrective maintenance by Base C4IT Departments and
    ESDs.
    c.    Maintain this process guide.
    Chief of the Field Services Division of the C4ITSC
  34. ____________________ shall:
    a.    Ensure Base C4IT Department personnel comply with this process guide.
    b.    Designate the Base C4IT Department Maintenance Officer (MO) in writing per Appendix I.
    c.    Designate an ET Maintenance Control Officer (MCO) and an IT MCO in writing per Appendix G.
    d.    Designate personnel to have Maintenance Release Authority in writing per Appendix H.
    e.    Designate ESD Maintenance Supervisor in writing per Appendix J. when assigned to the ESD
    Supervisor.
    Base C4IT Department Heads
  35. _____________________ shall:

    a. Ensure all ESDs within the C4IT Department’s AOR comply with this process guide.
    b. Per the responsibilities enumerated in Section 4.B.1 of this process guide, ensure all preventive and corrective maintenance on all assigned ESDs, C4IT assets and related equipment within their AOR is completed IAW published policy and guidance.
    Base C4IT Department Maintenance Officers (MOs)
  36. ____________________ shall:

    a.    Report all instances when ESD is out of compliance with this process guide to the C4IT
    Department MO.

    b.    Per the responsibilities enumerated in Section 4.B.2 of this process guide, monitor and
    oversee all preventive and corrective maintenance for all assigned ESDs, C4IT assets and related equipment within their AOR and report issues to the MO.
    Base C4IT Department ET and IT Maintenance Control Officers (MCOs)
  37. _____________________ shall:

    a. Ensure ESD personnel comply with this process guide.

    b. Designate ESD Maintenance Supervisor in writing per Appendix J when MS is not assigned to the ESD Supervisor. 

    c. Designate Alternate ESD Maintenance Supervisor in writing per Appendix J.

    d. Designate Electronics Quality Assurance Inspectors in writing in accordance with the QA Program, Chapter 5, of this process guide and Appendix E.
    e. Designate a Test Equipment Petty Officer (TEPO) in writing in accordance with Test Equipment Program, Chapter 8, of this process guide and Appendix F.
    f. Designate a Tool Control Petty Officer (TCPO) in writing per Appendix K and ensure that ESD complies with Tool Control Program.
    ESD Supervisors
  38. ____________________  shall:

    a. Per the responsibilities enumerated in Section 4.B.3 of this process guide, ensure all preventive and corrective maintenance for the ESD, C4IT assets and related equipment within their AOR is completed IAW published policy and guidance.
    ESD Maintenance Supervisors (MSs)
  39. _____________________  shall:

    a. Perform the duties of the ESD MS when the MS is not available or able to carry out those duties.
    Alternate ESD Maintenance Supervisor (AMSs)
  40. _____________________  shall:

    a. Collect and provide to the respective Base C4IT Department MOs and MCOs data in support of the metrics defined in Chapter 3 of this Process Guide.
    Logistics Compliance Inspectors (LCIs)
  41. One indication of compliance with Base C4IT Dept. Maint. process guide is the designation, in writing, of the following key personnel:
    • • Maintenance Officer
    • • Maintenance Control Officer
    • • Maintenance Release Authority
    • •    ESD Maintenance Supervisor
    • •    Alternate ESD Maintenance Supervisor (as necessary)
    • •    Electronics Quality Assurance Inspectors
    • •    Test Equipment Petty Officer
    • •    Tool Control Petty Officer
  42. Fundamentally, the function of _________ is to support the ESD, regularly spot check the correctness of ALMIS data and monitor completion of maintenance requirements.
    Maintenance Control
  43. The Tool Control Log sheets are held for:
    3 years
  44. When a missing tool cannot be located, or when a tool is found to be damaged or broken, the ESD MT last using the tool shall complete a _______________ per Appendix D and deliver the report to the
    ESD MS.
    Tool Incident Report
  45. Asset Status (NMC, PMC, FMC) is the responsibility of the operational community, and neither __________ are authorized to modify the status of any asset within EAL.
    BCDs nor ESDs
  46. In ALMIS CF means:
    Carried Forward
  47. In ALMIS PP means:
    Parts Pending
  48. In ALMIS SQ means:
    a "non-mission generated" maintenance squawk
  49. DISABLING DISCREPANCIES SHALL NOT BE DEFERRED (PLACED IN CARRIED FORWARD OR PARTS PENDING STATUS), REGARDLESS OF THE DURATION OF THE DISCREPANCY. THEY MUST REMAIN IN AN _____ STATUS UNTIL THEY ARE RESOLVED BY CORRECTIVE ACTION.
    OPEN
  50. _________________ are NOT authorized to cannibalize ANY asset but can recommend cannibalization as a means to quickly repair a system.
    Base C4IT Departments and ESDs
  51. If a Base C4IT Department or ESD wishes to cannibalize a small boat in order to restore another to mission capable, they are required to route the request to the _______________.
    Sector Engineer Officer
  52. Cannibalization of C4IT, IBCT, MEC, or LRE Product Line assets require authorization from __________________.
    their respective Product Line
  53. If a Base C4IT Department or ESD wishes to cannibalize an asset to restore another to mission capable, they should escalate the CASREP to the _____________ first and suggest cannibalization as an option.
    Core Technology
  54. ALL MAINTENANCE TASKS IN AN EXTENSION STATUS ARE CONSIDERED _________.
    OVERDUE
  55. Maintenance tasks that have exceeded __ days in extension are now listed as overdue.
    All overdue maintenance tasks listed on an MDL are actually __ days overdue.
    30

    31
  56. ESD personnel shall engage the
    ________________ for Sector assets to resolve any concerns regarding the need to provide after-hours corrective maintenance support.
    Sector EO (or Sector Assistance EO)
  57. Each leg of a trip shall have a separate ALMIS or Remedy entry with the exception of unmanned C4IT asset trips.  T/F
    True
  58. For example, an ESD responding to casualties at 2 separately located commands with assigned personnel incurs ____ travel legs.
    three
  59. For C4IT assets without personnel assigned such as a DGPS site or Rescue 21 site how many travel records are required?
    Only one Travel record for the entire trip is required.
  60. If additional discrepancies are found while performing maintenance, the MTs will enter the _________ into EAL as soon as possible and inform the EPO or designated representative.
    new discrepancy
  61. Maintenance Supervisors archives the MPCs locally maintaining copies on file for a minimum of:
    1 year
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