OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: le SFTSO* Safety Officer Signature SHPFT* SHARP/FIST Interface SMQ SMQ Assignment SMRT1 F18 SMRT2 F14 SMRT3 IMD SMRT4 V22 SMRT5 HI SMRT6 JSF SMRT7 KC130J SSNEX* Aircrew SSN Flight History Export and Import SUBSG* Signature of Submitting Officer WAN WAN Explorer WANRL WAN Remote Login * Specific SMQs for Flight Subsystem authorized to perform specific tasks. Work Order Status Codes A work order status code reflects the current status of a work order during and after a maintenance process. The following alphanumeric characters identify work status codes: Status Code Description 1 Awaiting JCN assignment Chapter 2 Quick Reference Guide in Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Status Code Description 2 Active work order 3 Awaiting CDI/QAR signature 4 In the ALS Queue 7 Completed, signed, and approved from the ALS Queue A Deleted work order (resides in the historical tables) D Disapproved by Maintenance Control (in the CDI/QAR Queue for Corrective Action Editor) M Awaiting Maintenance Control signature T Turn-in work order, does not go to history, deleted after 1 year X 55 Authorization for a Higher Authority Cannibalization Document Status Indicators The document status indicators are utilized in the Flight Subsystem and reflect the descriptions of the specified flight document from initiation to movement to historical archive. The following lists the indicator numbers and descriptions. Indicator Description 0 Pre-flight Document 1 Current Completed Document – unapproved 2 Document that comes in from external source that requires validation 3 Historical Completed Document approved Recommended Aircraft and Assembly Build Checklist # To create inventory: 1 To create the aircraft or assembly, see Create an Aircraft or Assembly (on page 210). 56 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Note: It is recommended that when building an aircraft, do not log on during this procedure. 2 Upon completion of creating an aircraft, the Create XRAY box appears. At this time you should create your initial receipt XRAY. Once this is completed, go to XRAY Explorer and create an additional XRAY with the most current XRAY status. 3 You must create AESRs (engines, propellers, ejection seats, etc.) or any other OOMA assembly class inventory individually and then install on the aircraft WUC location by dragging and dropping that assembly on the aircraft location. It is recommended that you review and update each assembly prior to installing on the aircraft structure. # To update aircraft service period and create manual flight document: 1 For aircraft, go to Logset Explorer, choose Flight Summary Tab, and then select the Service Period Tab. To create a Service Period, see Create Service Period (on page 240) (this is the Aircraft Logbook Part 1 - Service Period information). 2 You must calculate flight time, total landings and Cats/Traps/Hoists for the end of each period and using these numbers enter a Manual Flight Record for each period (ensure you use the last day of the service period for the Collec...
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