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Afloat and Ashore Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department (AIMD) Functions

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CNATRAINST 1543.6C
09 JANUARY 2003
CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION
Lesson Topic 3.3:
Afloat and Ashore Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Department (AIMD) Functions
Contact Periods:
4.0 Classroom
Media:
Lecture with handouts
Security Classification:
Unclassified
Terminal Objective:
Partially supported by this lesson topic:
3.0
Upon completion of this unit of instruction, the student
will demonstrate knowledge of the duties and
responsibilities of other departments, divisions, and
units, and the relationships with these organizations to
successfully carry out technical and managerial duties.
Enabling Objectives:
Completely supported by this lesson topic:
3.3.1
Select the two instructions that delineate the maintenance
tasks and responsibilities assigned to Naval Air System
Command (NAVAIRSYSCOM) activities.
3.3.2
State the organization which, as an integral part of the
Intermediate Maintenance Activities (IMA), is responsible
for performing I-level maintenance functions on the
aircraft and aeronautical equipment located at the ship or
station supported.
3.3.3
State the shipboard department that supplies I-level
support to the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Department (AIMD), Weapons and Engineering Department by
providing replacement bits and pieces for repair work or
complete repairable assemblies on a one-for-one exchange
to user activities.
3.3.4
State the work center responsibilities in each of the
various work centers (700, 027, 71A, 71B, 71C, 71D, and
71E).
3.3.5
List the instructions that provide specific guidance as
to detailed shipping procedures for equipment shipped
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