Document faults or deficiencies discovered during a maintenance
test flight per DA Pamphlet 738-751.
The original maintenance test
flight entry will be used for additional maintenance test flights
when more testing is needed.
All flying hours accumulated during a test flight must be
documented, and will be charged against component time change
replacement and inspection/servicing schedules.
When a test flight
is charged to the interval of the
Phase Element, ALL TEST FLIGHT
Whenever a MOC requires the main engine(s) to be started
and rotors turning, a qualified minimum crew required for
flight, as specified in the appropriate operator's manual,
shall be at their proper station(s) and manning the flight
Maintenance Operational Check Requirements.
A MOC consists of
checks accomplished on the ground through engine run-up, aircraft
taxiing, or use of auxiliary power or test equipment, to simulate
conditions under which the system is to operate.
are to help
ensure that aircraft systems, associated equipment and/or components
that have been disturbed or replaced during an inspection or
maintenance action are repaired, re-assembled, or adjusted
that require engine run-up to check systems or
component operation must be performed by qualified personnel, who are
current, in the specific mission, type, design and series aircraft
per AR 95-l.
Operational Check Accomplishment.
the accomplishment of the MOC will be documented on appropriate forms
and records per DA Pamphlet 738-751.
that require the reading and interpretation of any
aircraft instrument or engine/flight control response while the
engine(s) are running, will be signed off by the operator.
that require engine run-up to check the operation of
cockpit related items; such as fluid leaks, chaffing or sparking,
will be signed off by the person that verified proper operation of
the item or system.
The person that accomplished the MOC will sign off a MOC that
does not require an engine run-up.