3 August 2001
CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION
Lesson Topic 3.5:
Weapons Maintenance Management Requirements
Lecture with handouts
Partially supported by this lesson topic:
Upon completion of this unit of instruction, the student
will demonstrate knowledge of the skills required to
effectively work in the DOD acquisition program arena,
including familiarity with requirements generation,
policies and procedures, management, and planning,
programming, and budgeting.
Completely supported by this lesson topic:
State which OPNAV code has been delegated the
responsibility for planning and programming resources
for aviation weapons.
Identify the three levels of maintenance that Navy
policy considers for repairable systems.
Identify the manual that defines maintenance objectives,
policies, and procedures for airborne weapons.
State what organization is responsible for the research,
design, development, test, acquisition, quality
evaluation, and logistics support for all aviation
procurements relating to Navy and Marine Corps aircraft,
airborne weapons, aerial targets and other aviation
related equipment, and associated material.
State what organization is responsible for research,
development, procurement and logistics support, and
other material functions relating to whole ships and
craft, shipboard weapons systems, expendable ordnance,
shipboard systems and components.
State the two main objectives of the Deputy Secretary of
Defense directive designating the Secretary of the Army
as the Single Manager for Conventional Ammunition.