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2R151 CDCs 1-3

What do inspection work cards outline? Inspection work cards outline the minimum inspection requirements
How are inspection work cards grouped? By the types of specialist required to perform the inspection
What does the use of work cards permit? Each individual's work to be programmed without task interruption
What are the two inspection methods? In-place and dock methods
Which method requires the inspection to be performed at the equipment location? In-place
Which method requires the equipment to be moved to a certain fixed location for the inspection? Dock
What is scheduled maintenance? Predictable maintenance requirements that can be planned or programmed on either a short-or long-range schedule.
What is unscheduled maintenance? Unpredictable maintenance requirements that have not been previously planned or programmed, but require prompt attention and must be added, to integrated with, or substituted for scheduled workloads.
When will all requirements pertaining to an inspection normally be accomplished? Why? Concurrently, to avoid complications in scheduling and controlling the required maintenance.
What do time intervals specified for scheduled maintenance inspections and recurring supplementary inspection requirements represent? Maximum interval between completion of such requirements.
Who may increase the frequency or scope of scheduled inspections or individual inspection requirements, when required for temporary situation? The local commander
Created by: Amandakay1787