Mismanagement of aircraft depot maintenance activities by the Department of Defense twelfth report by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations.

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  • United States. -- Dept. of Defense,
  • Airplanes, Military -- Maintenance and repair -- Management,
  • Airplanes, Military -- Maintenance and repair -- Costs

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Statementby the Committee on Government Operations
SeriesHouse report -- no. 98-503
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 17 p. :
Number of Pages17
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Open LibraryOL14226962M

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Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. This report examines the depot-level maintenance experiences of aging combat aircraft currently in use by DoD and provides insights for the Congress and DoD to consider as the F fleet enters service.

The depot-level maintenance of aircraft consists of in-depth maintenance that is beyond the capability of maintenance staff at aircraft’s operating locations—for example.

Depot Maintenance in The Air Force: How Requirements Are Determined and How They Relate to Aircraft Readiness and Sustainability AFR1 T.

O'Malley Tovey C. Bachman Prepared pursuant to Department of Defense Contract MDAC The views expressed here are those of the Logistics Management Institute at the time of issue but notAuthor: T J O'Malley, Tovey C Bachman.

DEPOT MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES ARE SHOWN AS ORANGE Software Engineering Activities Army – Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center Armament Software Engineering Center, Picatinny Arsenal, NJ – Aviation and Missile Research, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE MAINTENANCE SCOPE $ BILLION.

Joint Group on Depot Maintenance (JG-DM). The JG-DM is chartered by the MESC to promote and review depot maintenance functions at the enterprise level in order to achieve effective and affordable depot maintenance support for the nation’s weapon systems and to execute responsibilities assigned in Department of Defense Directive   AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. Introduction. This audit was requested by the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Logistics), Assistant Secretary of Defense (Production and Logistics).

DoD's FY budget for aircraft depot maintenance was about $ billion. (c) Joint Publication“Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms,” as amended (d) DoD H, “Depot Maintenance Capacity and Utilization Measurement Handbook,” January (e) DoD M, “Department of Defense Procedures for Management of Information Requirements,” June 1.

PURPOSE. The DoD Maintenance Fact Book contains a broad range of related resources within the Department of Defense. In this regard, the goals of the Office development, deployment, and validation with DoD field and organic depot maintenance activities in partnership with NCMS member companies.

The Department of Defense operates 20 major depot maintenance activities that possess some of the most extensive repair, testing, and reman-ufacturing capabilities in the world.

Congress has enacted legislation that allows DoD’s main-tenance depots to enter into partnership agree-ments with private-sector firms. Following are. Reserve activities provide their own funding. call aircraft into depot maintenance by serial number on a "worst. case basis". (4) MACOMs will be provided the Department of the Army approved.

retrograde schedule of aircraft requiring programmed depot. 10 U.S.C. § Core depot-Level Maintenance and Repair Capabilities 10 U.S.C. § Limitation on the Performance of Depot-Level Maintenance of Materiel 10 U.S.C. § Contracts to Perform Workloads Previously Performed by Depot-Level Activities of the Department of Defense.

around the world. The Department of Defense’s (DOD) increased reliance on the private sector for depot maintenance Mismanagement of aircraft depot maintenance activities by the Department of Defense book coupled with downsizing led to a deterioration of depots’ capabilities and cost increases.

Inthe Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) directed each service to submit a depot maintenance strategic plan and. -Providing strong leadership for the execution of maintenance programs by the Military Services and Defense Agencies.-Directing focused studies of new technologies and management approaches that offer significant potential to improve the productivity and effectiveness of DoD maintenance activities.

support activities, such as depot maintenance. DOD’s projected savings are based on estimates cited by the Commission on Roles and Missions (CORM) and the Defense Science Board (DSB). The CORM and DSB maintain that through competition in the private sector, depot maintenance costs can be reduced by 20 to 40 percent.

The current C programmed depot maintenance pro-cess is complex and is governed by numerous technical orders and policy directives. Just as the Air Force is reengineering the sustenance of aircraft components under the “lean logis-tics” banner, so the current aircraft PDM process is in need of similar scrutiny.

Approximately 55 percent of the Department's FY depot-level workload was accomplished in organic facilities; the remainder was done in the private sector — by commercial firms.

Field-level maintenance comprises shop-type work as well as on-equipment maintenance activities at maintenance levels other than depot. 4 Includes transfers to the Department of Veterans Affairs of $ million in FY and $ million in FY 2 FY does not reflect $1, million of prior year recissions.

5 FY Environmental Restoration and Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense accounts were executed in FY Operation and Maintenance accounts 1. The ACE selects those aircraft eligible for depot level maintenance and identifies the OCM tasks. Controlled Interval Extension (CIE) AFMCI The controlled extension of a programmed depot maintenance interval based on condition analyses of a representative sample of aircraft.

Depot Facility or Source of Repair Activity. It is increasing its reliance on contract maintenance for aircraft and employs an expanding portion of contractor-supported commercial derivative aircraft in its operations.

We estimate that DoD currently spends about $ billion for contract depot maintenance, about 35 percent of the total aviation depot maintenance costs. budget directs significant funding to programs like ship maintenance, flying hours, and aviation spares. These resources will allow the Department to achieve all ship and aircraft OPTEMPO goals for deployed and non-deployed forces and achieve the Navy’s goals for performing depot level maintenance.

The Department of Defense’s Operation and Maintenance (O&M) programs support the Department’s strategic guidance published Januaryrecognizing the approaching end of a decade of war, a changing technological and geopolitical landscape, and the imperative of deficit reduction.

Commands available to respond to homeland defense and full spectrum expeditionary missions worldwide. The Army Reserve has a physical presence in over communities across the nation. This presence is represented in the operation of Army Reserve Centers, Area Maintenance Support Activities (AMSA), 93 Armed.

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thus some facilities may not be identified as a maintenance depot by DOD or other government agencies due to the scale or majority of work performed at that location. Selected DOD Maintenance Depot Sites Source: GAOR.

Note: The identification of maintenance depot sites has changed over time (e.g., see the DOD Maintenance Fact Book. Department of the Navy Operation and Maintenance, Navy FY Budget Estimate Submit 1 FY includes supplemental fundingand transfer accounts Exhibit PBA Appropriation Highlights 2 FY includes Emergency Amendment; Hurricane Recovery and amounts enacted in P.L.

Division B and excludes $5, million in OCO. More than the words aircraft maintenance or maintenance are needed to define the full scope of aviation aircraft maintenance. The concept divides all aircraft maintenance functions into three distinct levels.

The terms that describe these three levels are organizational maintenance, intermediate maintenance, and depot maintenance. maintenance classified by the Department of Defense as of July 1,as depot-level maintenance and repair, and (2) interim contractor support or contractor logistics support (or any similar contractor support), to the extent that such support is for the performance of services described in the preceding sentence.” Corpus Christi Army Depot.

This OCO request of $ billion along with $ billion of additional flying hours, aviation engineering services, aviation depot maintenance, steaming days, ship depot maintenance, ship depot maintenance support, and base operating support will continue prior year investments to deliver increased readiness and lethality.

Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Managed Supplies, Materials, and Equipment Army Industrial Operations - Navy Fleet Readiness Centers (Aviation) + Marine Corps Depot Maintenance + Air Force Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group (Maintenance) + Air Force Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group (Supply) + Joint Depot Maintenance Activities Group (JDMAG) 15 Defense Depot Maintenance Council (DDMC) Business 47 the Department of Defense (DoD).

It provides the methods and processes to. Consolidated Book for Military Personnel, Marine Corps (MPMC) Operation and Maintenance, Navy (OMN) Department of Defense.

N 1A5A Aircraft Depot Maintenance,1, U. N 1A6A Aircraft Depot Operations Supp 38, 3, 41, U. Aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) organizations face the challenging task of scheduling maintenance work without knowing the full extent of the work content at the time of initial inspection.

During the overhaul, new work is discovered requiring rapid re-sequencing of tasks and the need for additional resources. Aviation Maintenance / By COL Allan H. Lanceta and Brigitte Rox: I am honored to begin my tenure as the Commander of Corpus Christi Army Depot.

As a career Army Aviator, I am proud to lead the greatest team of aircraft support professionals in the Army’s organic industrial base. Each change of command ceremony evokes a new era for the Depot.

D-level Depot-level (maintenance) DMAIC Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control DMADV Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, Verify DoD Department of Defense DoN Department of the Navy DBR Drum-Buffer Rope DRC Dynamics Research Corporation (consultants) FCA Field Cognizant Activities FIFO First-In-First-Out.

According to the Air Force’s aircraft procurement justification book for fiscal yearthe $ million sticker price for the model FA jumps to $ million per aircraft when all aspects of the program are added together.

And this figure will rise in the coming years as aircraft purchased now receive significant upgrades. Department of Defense Appropriations Act, Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve TOTAL, BA Admin & Srvwd Activit 17, 17, Total Operation & Maintenance, Navy Res 1, 1, 25, 1, N 1A5A Aircraft Depot Maintenance, 11,U N 1A6A Aircraft Depot.

This guide was prepared by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Director of Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation (CAPE) for use by the Department of Defense (DoD) Components (i.e., military departments and defense agencies) in developing estimates of.

For designated exhibits, the Department will collect both POM and budget data through the SNaP (Select & Native Programming Data Input System) process.

In addition, the Military Departments and applicable Defense Agencies shall develop and submit to the Comptroller separate narrative justification material (including any program increases and.

The Department of Defense (DOD) spends over $2 billion annually for such aircraft depot maintenance as major overhaul and repair or modification of components, engines, and separate aircraft depot maintenance systems of the three.

The ARNG continues to modernize equipment and, as a result, is a more ready, efficient, and lethal organization. Depot Maintenance funding increases by $ million in FY and adequately funds the program to comply with Department of the Army directives to have no less than 90% of equipment operationally ready at any given time.The Department of Defense (DOD), as a customer of airlift services, are clearly defined to aviation department employees.

These adhered-to procedures are further supported by a flow of current, management- of maintenance activities and maintenance inspection programs is required.As Amended Through 15 February PREFACE i 1.

Scope The Joint Publication (JP)Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, sets forth standard US military and associated terminology to encompass the joint activity of the Armed Forces of the United States.

These military and associated terms, together with their.

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