OOMA User Guide

Relates to the type of mission a particular aircraft

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Unformatted text preview: e against a selected sub-WUC/UNS (assembly or component). TMR relates to the type of mission a particular aircraft can perform in certain circumstances. When a work order is initiated against a specific aircraft using the WUC/UNS associated with the TMR, it will affect the aircraft's readiness status. This status can be viewed when the Check Readiness button on the Flight Subsystem Scheduler window is clicked. For procedures, see the applicable topic listed under "In This Section." Assign Total Mission Requirement The Add Total Mission Requirement option on the Total Mission Req tab in the Assembly Explorer or WUC/UNS dialog box enables you to add TMR against a selected sub-WUC/UNS. For Assembly Explorer 1 Open the Assembly Explorer (see "How to Access the Assembly Explorer" on page 266). 2 Click the sub-WUC/UNS (assembly or component) and click the TMR tab. 3 Click the Assign Total Mission Req button or right-click on the blank space on the right side and select Add TMR. 4 On the Total Mission Requirement Assignment dialog box, select the appropriate TMR code from the list, and then click OK. This process adds the TMR to the selected WUC/UNS (assembly or component). Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 291 For WUC/UNS dialog box 1 Open the Assembly Explorer. 2 Right-click the sub-WUC/UNS (assembly or component) and select WUC/UNS Properties. 3 On the Total Mission Req tab, click Assign Total Mission Req. 4 On the Total Mission Requirement Assignment dialog box, select the appropriate TMR code from the list, and then click OK. This process adds the TMR to the selected WUC/UNS (assembly or component). Unassign Total Mission Requirement The Delete Total Mission Req option on the Total Mission Req tab in the Assembly Explorer or WUC/UNS dialog box enables you to delete a TMR entry from the database. # To delete a TMR entry from the database in both the Assembly Explorer and WUC/UNS dialog box: 1 Open the Assembly Explorer (see "How to Access the Assembly Explorer" on page 266). 2 Select the TMR Code that you want to unassign and click the Unassign Total Mission Req button . -orRight-click the TMR Code and select the Unassign Total Mission Req option. This process removes the TMR against the WUC/UNS. Total Mission Requirement Assignment This dialog box enables you to attach the appropriate TMR against a selected sub-WUC/UNS. The TMR Codes are used primarily in the Flight Subsystem to identify the missions assigned to each aircraft during the preparation of flight events for the Scheduler. The Scheduler is a tool used to assign mission-ready aircraft to specific TMR. For procedures, see Assign Total Mission Requirement (on page 290). 292 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA EOC Tab The EOC tab in the Assembly Explorer or WUC/UNS dialog box enables you to create, view or modify properties, or delete EOC to a selected subWUC/UNS (assembly or component). EOC is derived from the aircraft's MESM and i...
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2013 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '13 term at Voorhees.

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