(2) Controls are established to prevent unauthorized removal of
items from the aircraft prior to input into depot maintenance.
provisions of AR 750-l apply.
(3) Recommendations are made to AMCOM for accelerated input of
aircraft into depot maintenance when deemed necessary.
(4) Field units questioning aircraft selected for input to
programmed depot maintenance will submit queries through MACOM
channels to AMCOM for possible substitution or substantiation.
(5) Aircraft designated, by serial number, for input to
programmed depot maintenance under the OCM concept will not be
transferred to another MACOM after receipt of the finalized quarterly
from depot maintenance and finding any significant defects will use
SF 368 (Quality Deficiency Report) to report the deficiency per DA
(7) AMCOM is notified when an aircraft scheduled for programmed
depot maintenance is lost through attrition or crash damage.
with the OCM programmed quarterly input
schedule and request retrograde of aircraft by serial number
(2) Review and evaluate request disposition documentation, when
the amount of damage and/or deterioration of an aircraft exceed the
limits stated in TB 43-0002-3.
Depot Maintenance Standards.
a. Aircraft processed through depot overhaul will be issued in a
serviceable condition. This will be accomplished by conducting a
thorough technical inspection, which encompasses all inspection
requirements including those listed on DA Form 2408-18, Equipment
Inspection List, and correcting all faults discovered during this
Upon completion of overhaul, the next Phase or
Progressive Phase inspection will be established as "number one".
Total aircraft hours will not be changed due to an overhaul.
Aircraft processed through depot repair will receive
maintenance required to correct previously detected and recorded
faults and any
"safety-of-flight" deficiencies detected during repair.
or Phase Maintenance inspection will not be adjusted as a result of a