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Glossary of NAMP 4790 2

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ACC stands for what
Aircraft Controlling Custodians
NAMP VOL I CH 4 contains
a. Maintenance Programs and Processes
b. Aircraft Controlling Custodians
c. Material Management and Aviation support Division
d. Maintenance Control, Production Control, and Maintenance Material Control
b. Aircraft Controlling Custodians
NAMP VOL I CH 10 contains
a. Maintenance Programs and Processes
b. Aircraft Controlling Custodians
c. Material Management and Aviation support Division
d. Maintenance Control, Production Control, and Maintenance Material Control
a. Maintenance Programs and Processes
Which of the following are the responsibilities of the ACC/TYCOM
a. Funding
b. Manpower Management
c. Training
d. Material Management
e. Aircraft Assignment
f. NALCOMIS baseline data management
g. all the above
g. all the above
NAMP VOL I CH 12 contains
a. Maintenance Programs and Processes
b. Aircraft Controlling Custodians
c. Material Management and Aviation support Division
d. Maintenance Control, Production Control, and Maintenance Material Control
d. Maintenance Control, Production Control, and Maintenance Material Control
NAMP VOL I CH 18 contains
a. Maintenance Programs and Processes
b. Aircraft Controlling Custodians
c. Material Management and Aviation support Division
d. Maintenance Control, Production Control, and Maintenance Material Control
c. Material Management and Aviation support Division
AMMTs advise and assist activities by identifying maintenance program deficiencies
TRUE OR FALSE
TRUE
AMMT stands for what
AVIATION MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT TEAM
Performance Improvement Teams shall be established by
a. CNO
b. ACC/TYCOM
c. NAVAIR
d. CO
b. ACC/TYCOM
If Performance Improvment Teams are for identifying deficiencies, Performance Assistance Teams are for
a. Getting the work done
b. Getting a group together to do the work you cannot
c. advises, trains and assist with performance improvemen
c. advises, trains and assist with performance improvement techniques
Vol 1 Chapter 19 consists of
Training Equipment Maintenance Procedures
Training device components which, by the nature of their condition, may never again be used on aircraft, will be identified where possible how
the words "not for use on aircraft" will be stenciled in black letters agaist a yellow background

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