26 November 2002
CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION
Lesson Topic 5.3:
Maintenance Philosophy for Airborne Weapons
Lecture with handouts
Partially supported by this lesson topic:
Upon completion of this unit of instruction, the student
will describe the purpose of Naval Weapons and Equipment
Maintenance Programs, Air-Launched Weapons Maintenance
Philosophy, and Airborne Weapons Performance Evaluation
Completely supported by this lesson topic:
Cite the publication which promulgates the airborne
weapons three-tier maintenance philosophy.
Define an All-Up-Round (AUR) air-launched weapon.
Cite the command that establishes asset readiness
objectives for a weapon system based on the weapon
systems complexity, maintenance pipeline times, current
List the three levels of maintenance utilized in the
Navy air-launched weapon maintenance structure.
State what is expected to be the major benefits of the
AUR maintenance concept.
List the four major objectives of the AUR maintenance
State four criteria a missile must meet to be considered
Cite two publications that specify the magazine criteria
for deep stowage of missiles, both ashore and afloat.