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Unformatted text preview: view the MCNs, use the scroll bar on the
right side. Use the scroll bar from left to right to view the work order in
its entirety and whether the Doc No column contains an entry that
indicates the relationship of a discrepancy to a particular flight. The work
orders are color-coded for easier identification of aircraft status:
! Red means the aircraft is not mission capable (NMC). ! Blue means the aircraft is partially mission capable (PMC). ! Black means the aircraft is full mission capable (FMC). The Open Work Orders tab also contains other subs tabs listing other
open type work orders: Technical Directives, Phase & Special
Inspections, Conditional Inspections, Corrosion Prevention, and
Corrosion Treatment. Click the tabs to view the MCNs.
To access the work order, double-click the MCN record. The Basic Work
Order Update window appears and enables you to process the work order.
Click Cancel to return to the Aircraft VED or click the next sub tab to
view other open work orders.
The window also contains common utilities and functions. For
procedures, see Common Utilities and Functions in Explorers and
Catalogs (on page 129). Awaiting Maintenance Control Approval Tab
The Awaiting Maintenance Control Approval tab on the Automated
Aircraft Discrepancy Book displays all completed work orders by MCNs.
When you double-click a work order, the Work Order Detail window
appears to enable you to view information before approval. It also
contains common utilities and functions. For procedures, see Common
Utilities and Functions in Explorers and Catalogs (on page 129). 356 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Closed Work Orders Last 10 Flights Tab
The Closed Work Orders Last 10 Flights tab on the Automated Aircraft
Discrepancy Book enables you to view or print work orders that were
completed during the last 10 flights for the selected aircraft. It appears
with various sub tabs shown at the bottom of the window with the
Discrepancy sub tab as the default. The other sub tabs such as Technical
Directives, Phase & Special Inspections, Conditional Inspections,
Corrosion Prevention, and Corrosion Treatment can be selected by
simply clicking it once. A number at the bottom of each sub tab appears
to show how many MCNs exist for each. While on each sub tab, use the
scroll bar to move from one MCN to the next.
1 To view an MCN, double-click it.
The Work Order Detail window appears with various fields filled in. 2 Additionally, the Work Orders are color-coded similar to the aircraft
VED for faster identification of the aircraft status. To switch to the
different sub tabs, click Close and reselect the next sub tab.
The tab also contains the common utilities and functions. For procedures,
see Common Utilities and Functions in Explorers and Catalogs (on
page 129). Aircraft Limitations
This sub tab on the Acceptance for Flight tab of the ADB enables you to
enter a brief narrative relative to the aircraft's operational, maintenance,
or configuration limitations.
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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.
- Fall '13