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NTSP Number: A-50-8516D

Date: March 1999

NAVY TRAINING

SYSTEM PLAN

E-6A/B

TACAMO AIRCRAFT

E-6A/B TACAMO AIRCRAFT

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART I. TECHNICAL PROGRAM DATA

A. TITLE-NOMENCLATURE-PROGRAM I-1

B. SECURITY CLASSIFICATION I-1

C. NTSP PRINCIPALS I-1

D. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION I-2

E. DEVELOPMENTAL TEST (DT) and OPERATIONAL TEST (OT) I-3

F. AIRCRAFT & EQUIPMENT/SYSTEM/SUBSYSTEM REPLACED I-3

G. DESCRIPTION OF NEW DEVELOPMENT I-7

H. CONCEPTS

1. OPERATIONAL I-7

2. MAINTENANCE I-8

3. MANNING I-9

4. TRAINING I-8

TRAINING TRACKS

E-6 PILOT TRAINING CAT I 1-10

E-6 PILOT TRAINING CAT II I-11

E-6 NFO TRAINING CAT I I-12

E-6 NFO TRAINING CAT II I-13

E-6 FLIGHT ENGINEER CAT I I-13

E-6 FLIGHT ENGINEER CAT II I-15

E-6A COMMUNICATION OPERATOR I-16

E-6B COMMUNICATION OPERATOR CAT I I-16

E-6A REEL OPERATOR I-18

E-6B REEL OPERATOR HPTS/DTWA I-18

E-6A IN-FLIGHT TECHNICIAN I-20

E-6B IN-FLIGHT TECHNICIAN I-21

E-6 INITIAL POWERPLANTS & RELATED SYSTEMS I-22

ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

E-6 CAREER POWERPLANTS & RELATED SYSTEMS I-23

ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

E-6 INITIAL AIRFRAME & HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS I-24

ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

E-6 CAREER AIRFRAME & HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS I-25

ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

E-6 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE I-26

E-6A AVIONICS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE I-26

E-6B CAREER AVIONICS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE I-27

E-6B INITIAL AVIONICS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE I-28

E-6 INITIAL ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENTS SYSTEMS I-29

ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

E-6 CAREER ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENTS SYSTEMS I-30

ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

E-6 MISSION AVIONICS SYSTEMS INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE I-30

I. ON BOARD (IN SERVICE) TRAINING I-31

J. LOGISTICS SUPPORT I-32

K. SCHEDULES I-34

L. GOVERNMENT FURNISHED EQUIPMENT (GFE) I-35

AND CONTRACTOR FURNISHED EQUIPMENT (CFE)

TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

M. RELATED NTSPs AND OTHER APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS I-35

PART II BILLET AND PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS

A. BILLET REQUIREMENTS

1.a. OPERATIONAL AND FLEET SUPPORT ACTIVITY II-2

ACTIVATION SCHEDULE

1.b. BILLETS REQUIRED FOR OPERATIONAL AND FLEET SUPPORT II-3

ACTIVITIES

1.c. TOTAL BILLETS REQUIRED FOR OPERATIONAL AND FLEET II-4 SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

3. TRAINING ACTIVITIES INSTRUCTOR AND SUPPORT BILLET II-5

REQUIREMENTS

4. CHARGEABLE STUDENT BILLET REQUIREMENTS II-8

5. ANNUAL INCREMENTAL AND CUMULATIVE BILLETS II-9

B. PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS

1. ANNUAL TRAINING INPUT REQUIREMENTS II-14

PART III. TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

A. TRAINING COURSE REQUIREMENTS

1. INITIAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

E-6B MISSION AVIONICS SYSTEMS DIFFERENCES TRAINING III-2

E-6B HPTS SSPA/C TRAINING III-3

E-6B FLIGHT DECK AVIONICS DIFFERENCE TRAINING III-3

E-6B COMMUNICATIONS OPERATOR DIFFERENCES TRAINING III-4

E-6B ACO DIFFERENCES TRAINING III-5

E-6B HPTS DTWA TRAINING III-6

E-6B ECS DIFFERENCES TRAINING III-7

E-6B ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENTS SYSTEMS DIFFERENCES TRAINING III-8

E-6B FLIGHT ENGINEER DIFFERENCES TRAINING III-9

2. FOLLOW-ON TRAINING

EXISTING COURSES III-10

EXISTING TRAINING PHASED OUT III-17

PART IV TRAINING LOGISTIC SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS

A. TRAINING HARDWARE

1. TTE/GPTE/SPTE/ST/GPETE/SPETE IV-1

2 TRAINING DEVICES

OPERATIONAL FLIGHT TRAINER (OFT) IV-2

NAVIGATOR PART TASK TRAINER IV-3

FLIGHT MANAGEMENT COMPUTER SYSTEM PART TASK TRAINER IV-4

E-6B MISSION AVIONICS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE TRAINER IV-5

POWER PLANTS & RELATED SYSTEMS TRAINER IV-6

FLIGHT CONTROLS TRAINER IV-7

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TRAINER IV-8

HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS TRAINER IV-9

FUEL SYSTEM TRAINER IV-10

FUEL SYSTEM OPEN FRAME, WING TANK NO. 3 & CENTER IV-11

WING TANK

AFT LOWER LOBE TRAINER IV-12

ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEM TRAINER IV-13

LANDING GEAR SYSTEM TRAINER IV-14

E-6A COMM CENTRAL/RECEIVER/TRANSMITTER MAINTENANCE IV-15

TRAINER

FORWARD ENTRY DOOR/AERIAL REFUELING RECEPTACLE IV-16

E-6A VLF/LF AMPLIFIER COUPLER GROUP MAINTENANCE TRAINER IV-17

E-6A DUAL TRAILING WIRE ANTENNA MAINTENANCE TRAINER IV-18

AUXILIARY POWER UNIT PANEL TRAINER IV-19

SIMULATION CONTROL CONSOLE IV-20

INTEGRATED AVIONICS MAINTENANCE TRAINER IV-21

E-6 MISSION AVIONICS INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE TRAINERS IV-22

E-6B HPTS SOLID STATE POWER AMPLIFIER/COUPLER IV-23

MAINTENANCE TRAINER

E-6B HPTS DUAL TRAILING WIRE ANTENNA MAINTENANCE TRAINER IV-24

B. COURSEWARE REQUIREMENTS

1. TRAINING SERVICES IV-25

2. CURRICULA, MATERIALS AND TRAINING AIDS IV-26

3. TECHNICAL MANUALS IV-27

C. FACILITY REQUIREMENTS

1. FACILITY REQUIREMENTS SUMMARY (SPACE/SUPPORT) BY ACTIVITY IV-28

2. FACILITY REQUIREMENTS DETAILED BY ACTIVITY AND COURSE IV-28

3. FACILITY PROJECT SUMMARY BY PROGRAM IV-28

PART V MPT MILESTONES V-1

PART VI DECISION ITEMS/ACTION REQUIRED VI-1

PART VII POINTS OF CONTACT VII-1

ACRONYMS

ABNCP - Airborne Command Post

A/C - Aircraft

ACDU - Active Duty

ACO - Airborne Communications Officer

AFB - Air Force Base

AHRS - Attitude Heading Reference System

ALCC - Airborne Launch Control Center

ALCS - Airborne Launch Control System

AM - Amplitude Modulation

AMD - Activity Manpower Document

AOB - Average on Board

ASO - Aviation Supply Office

ATC - Air Traffic Control

ATIR - Annual Training Input Requirement

ATRR - Aircrew Training Requirements Review

BIT - Built-In-Test

BOLC - Basic Officer Leadership Course

BUPERS - Bureau of Naval Personnel

C3 - Command, Control & Communications

CAI - Computer Aided Instruction

CANTRAC - Catalogue of Navy Training Courses

CAT - Category

CBP - Circuit Breaker Panel

CBT - Computer Based Training

CC/RT - Communications Central/Receive Transmit

CDU - Central Display Unit

CETS - Contractor Engineering and Technical Services

CFE - Contractor Furnished Equipment

CFY - Current Fiscal Year

CIN - Course Identification Number

CINCPACFLT - Commander in Chief Pacific Fleet

CIV - Civilian

CLS - Contractor Logistics Support

CNAPINST - Commander Naval Air Force Pacific Instruction

CNET - Chief of Naval Education and Training

CNO - Chief of Naval Operations

CNS/ATM - Communications Navigation Surveillance/Air Traffic Management

COMNAVAIRPAC - Commander Naval Air Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet

CPT - Cockpit Procedures Trainer

CUM - Cumulative

DA - Developing Agency

DAISS - Digital Airborne Intercommunications and Switching System

DET - Detachment

DSN - Defense Switching Network

DT - Developmental Test

DTWA - Dual Trailing Wire Antenna

E/S/S - Equipment/System/Subsystem

EGPWS - Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System

EHF - Extremely High Frequency

ENL - Enlisted

EPM - Expanded Phase Maintenance

ETM - Electronic Technical Manuals

FAA - Federal Aviation Administration

FDM - Frequency Division Multiplexing

FE - Flight Engineer

FID - Fault Insertion Device

FLTSATCOM - Fleet Satellite Communications

FM - Frequency Modulation

FMCS - Flight Management Computer System

FMS - Foreign Military Sales

- Flight Management System

FOT&E - Follow On Test and Evaluation

FRAC - Fleet Replacement Aircrewman

FSC - Fault Simulator Console

FY - Fiscal Year

GATM - Global Air Traffic Management System

GFE - Government Furnished Equipment

GPETE - General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment

GPS - Global Positioning System

GPTE - General Purpose Test Equipment

HF - High Frequency

HHM - Hand Held Module

HPTS - High Power Transmit Set

HSI - Human Systems Integration

IAT - Integrated Avionics Trainer

ICAO - International Civil Aviation Organization

ICS - Intercommunication System

IFF - Identification Friend or Foe

IFT - Inflight Trainer

ILS - Integrated Logistics Support

ILSP - Integrated Logistics Support Plan

INS - Inertial Navigation Set

IOC - Initial Operational Capability

IOS - Instructor/Operator Station

IPB - Illustrated Parts Breakdown

IPT - Integrated Product Team

JQR - Job Qualification Requirement

LAAS - Local Area Augmentation System

LF - Low Frequency

LSA - Logistic Support Analysis

LTWA - Long Trailing Wire Assembly

LWHCP - Long Wire Hydraulic Control Panel

M&P - Manpower and Personnel

MAS - Mission Avionics System

MCS - Mission Computer System

MDS - Multifunction Display System

MILSTAR - Military Strategic and Tactical Relay

MOMI - Manual of Operation and Maintenance Instruction

MRC - Maintenance Requirement Card

MTRR - Maintenance Training Requirements Review

NACCS - Naval Air Crewman Candidate Course

NAMTGD - Naval Air Maintenance Training Group Detachment

NAMTRAGRUDET - Naval Air Maintenance Training Group Detachment

NAS - Naval Air Station

NATOPS - Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures

NATU - Naval Air Training Unit

NAVAIR or - Naval Air Systems Command

NAVAIRSYSCOM

NAVSTRATCOMMDET

- Navy Strategic Communications Detachment

NAVTRASUPPU - Naval Training Support Unit

NAWCAD - Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division

NCA - National Command Authority

NEC - Navy Enlisted Classification (Code)

NFO - Naval Flight Officer

NITRAS - Navy Integrated Training Resources and Administration System

NM - Nautical Mile

NOBC - Naval Officer Billet Classification

NTSP - Navy Training System Plan

NTSPC - Navy Training System Plan Conference

NTSU - Navy Training Support Unit

O - Organizational

OFF - Officer

OFT - Operational Flight Trainer

OMA - Organizational Maintenance Activity

OPEVAL - Operational Evaluation

OPNAV - Office of CNO

OPO - OPNAV Principal Official/Program Sponsor

OT - Operational Test

PA/C - Power Amplifier/Coupler

PCP - Power Control Panel

PDA - Principal Development Activity

PFY - Previous Fiscal Year

PMA - Program Manager, Air

PNEC - Primary Navy Enlisted Classification (Code)

POE - Projected Operational Environment

PPL - Provisioning Parts List

PQS - Personnel Qualification Standard

PTT - Part Task Trainer

RAIM - Receiver Autonomous Integrated Monitor

RFT - Ready for Training (usually with a date)

RFOU - Ready for Operational Use

RMCP - Reeling Machine Contactor Panel

RO - Reel Operator

ROC - Required Operational Capabilities

RVSM - Reduced Vertical Separation Minimums

SATCOM - Satellite Communications

SBA - Sheave Box Assembly

SCC - Simulator Control Console

SDLM - Standard Depot Level Maintenance

SDSU - Standard Distribution Switching Unit

SELRES - Selected Reserve

SERE - Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape

SIOP - Single Integrated Operational Plan

SNEC - Secondary Navy Enlisted Classification (Code)

SPETE - Special Purpose Electronic Test Equipment

SRA - Shop Replaceable Assembly

SSPA/C - Solid State Power Amplifier/Coupler

STRATCOMMWING

- Strategic Communications Wing

STWA - Short Trailing Wire Antenna

SWHCP - Short Wire Hydraulic Control Panel

SWHS - Short Wire Hydraulic System

TA - Training Agency

TAR - Training and Administration Reserve

TBD - To Be Determined

TCAS - Traffic Collision Avoidance System

TCG - Time Code Generator

TD - Training Device

TEEP - Training Effectiveness Evaluation Plan

TEMP - Test and Evaluation Master Plan

TSA - Training Support Agency

TTE - Technical Training Equipment

TYCOM - Type Commander

UHF - Ultra High Frequency

UIC - Unit Identification Code

USSTRATCOM - United States Strategic Command

UTWA - Utility Trailing Wire Antenna

VHF - Very High Frequency

VLF - Very Low Frequency

VQ - Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron

VX - Air Test and Evaluation Squadron

WAAS - Wide Area Augmentation System

WRA - Weapon Replaceable Assembly

GLOSSARY

1. Billet: - A specific military manpower space which is assigned qualifiers that define the duties and functions to be performed and the specific skills and skill levels required to perform the delineated functions. (NOTE: Billet connotes military manpower requirement; while position connotes single civilian manpower requirement.)

2. Draft NTSP - That version of NTSP forwarded by the PDA for review and comments.

3. Initial Training - Training funded by the TSA (normally the PDA) until the TA has acquired the capability to train. It is normally "one-time" training for personnel performing or involved in DT and OT, initial cadre maintainers, and organic training activity instructors.

4. Maintainer - An individual responsible for performing maintenance. Maintenance activities include inspection, testing, servicing, classification as to serviceability, repair, rebuilding, and reclamation.

5. Manpower Requirements - The number of officer and enlisted billets required for each activity, which has been approved for planning purposes by the Chief of Naval Operations, as representing:

a. A need for manpower by quantities and skills, determined using industrial engineering and management analytical techniques.

b. A statement of the quantity and quality of manpower (billets) needed to perform Required Operational Capabilities (ROC) in a Projected Operational Environment (POE). For existing ships, aircraft squadrons and shore activities these requirements are displayed in Ship, Squadron, or Activity Manpower Documents or in Navy Training System Plans.

6. Mission Need Statement (MNS) - A statement of the operational capability required to perform an assigned mission or to correct a deficiency in an existing capability to perform the mission. The first document developed in the Weapon System Acquisition Process.

7. Navy Training System Plan (NTSP). - The principal document for defining manpower, personnel, and training requirements and resources for new developments (formerly the Navy Training Plan). The NTSP is a life cycle document which identifies the resources required to establish and maintain an effective training program throughout the new development life cycle. It controls planning for meeting the training requirements of the new development, and identifying personnel required to install, operate, maintain, or to otherwise use the new development being introduced into the Navy.

8. On-Board Training - Training conducted by a command for attached personnel to both develop and refine individual operator and maintainer skills, individual and team watch qualifications, General Military Training, or any other training conducted by a command in other than a formal school house context.

9. On-the-Job Training (OJT) - OJT is a program designed specifically to train an individual without the necessity for interrupting the performance of daily assigned duties relative to the trainee's work assignment. OJT may take the form of reading assignments, job performance with or without supervision, self-paced instructional materials, or combinations thereof.

10. Presentation Media - Presentation media describes the means to convey or present skills and knowledge for each training type. Presentation media includes Interactive Courseware (ICW), Technical Training Equipment (TTE), Training Devices (TD), curricula material, training aids, etc.

11. Presentation Technique - The specific technique used to present material for each training type. It includes group instruction, self-paced Computer Based Training (CBT), and the various categories of individual instruction.

12. Program Manager - A military or civilian official who is responsible for managing an acquisition program.

13. Proposed NTSP - The version of the NTSP reflecting changes to the draft NTSP agreed to at the NTSPC, or in lieu of an NTSPC, agreed to by the DCNO Program Sponsor. This version is submitted by the PDA for concurrent approval by the Program, Resource and MP Mission Sponsors.

14. Ready for Training (RFT) - The date that a new training course or capability will be available for training purposes. All aspects of the capability must be ready including building completion, device or equipment installation and check out, instructors, furnishing installation, etc. This is the ultimate planning date for training activities.

15. Staff Manpower - Manpower that is not directly involved with the operation or maintenance of an operational system. The Division Officer and Division Chief billets in a squadron or on a ship are examples of staff manpower.

16. Subject Matter Expert - A person who, by virtue of extensive background and long term involvement in a field, is recognized as a reliable or expert source of information related to that field.

17. Technical Training Equipment (TTE) - Investment cost end items of operational equipment devoted to the training and instruction of Naval personnel for which Program Managers or SYSCOMs have the responsibility for the design, development, modernization, or selection for service or special use.

18. Training - Instruction and applied exercises for the attainment and retention of skills, knowledge, and attitudes required to accomplish tasks.

19. Training Agency (TA) - An office, bureau, command or headquarters exercising command of and providing support to some major increment of the Navy's formalized training effort. Once a training course has been approved, the TA assumes responsibility from the TSA for follow-on training as long as the course is required. This include such activities as Chief of Naval Education and Training,( CNET), Commander in Chief U.S. Atlantic Fleet (CINCLANTFLT), Commander in Chief U.S. Pacific Fleet (CINCPACFLT), Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED), Commander, Naval Reserve Force (COMNAVRESFOR) .

20. Training Aid - Any item developed and produced with the primary intent of assisting in training. Training aids are restricted to those items of material which fall outside the definitions of training devices and operational equipment used for training (TTE). Examples include films, transparencies, training tapes, mock-ups, prefaulted modules, fault insertion aids and unique audio-visual equipment, etc.

21. Training Device (TD) - Hardware and software which have been designed or modified exclusively for training purposes involving to some degree, simulation or stimulation in its construction or operation, so as to demonstrate or illustrate a concept or simulate an operational circumstance or environment.

22. Training Equipment (TE) - Equipment designed for operational purposes which is the subject of instruction or which is used by the instructor or student as an element of the process of teaching or learning. Training equipment has or had as its prime or initial purpose for existence some function other than that of training personnel; and which, in order to achieve its prime purpose, requires that training be provided for the personnel who are associated with it for its prime purpose.

23. Training Path - The sequence and duration of courses required for each unique type of billet. These courses include factory, prerequisite, replacement, conversion, or a combination thereof.

24. Training Support Agent (TSA) - An office, bureau, command or headquarters responsible for supporting the Training Agent by providing material and other forms of support within the cognizance of the office involved. The TSA provides initial training for the equipment/system until the training agency can acquire the capability for training. TSAs include such activities as Commander, Naval Air Reserve Force (COMNAVAIRESFOR), Systems Command (SYSCOMs) and Commander, Naval Surface Reserve Force (COMNAVSURFRESFOR).

25. Training Type - Refers to initial skill, operator, various maintenance levels, or team training.

PREFACE

This update will replace Navy Training Plan A-50-8516C which was approved by Chief of Naval Operations on 8 March 1993. It reflects the following changes:

  • Modification of E-6A to E-6B configuration.

  • Transferring of the Airborne Command Post mission from the Air Force to the Navy.

  • Manpower requirements for VQ-3 and VQ-4 are based on Activity Manpower Documents.

  • New manpower requirements for Strategic Communication Wing One.

  • New Navy Enlisted Codes for the E-6B.

  • Implementation of the Initial and Career concepts, and supporting Navy Enlisted Codes, in the maintenance training tracks.

  • Expansion of aircrew training tracks into Category I and II.

  • Information on the Navigator and Flight Management Computer System Part Task Trainers and E-6B mission avionics equipment maintenance trainers.

    When E-6 is used in this document it refers to both the E-6A and E-6B. The use of E-6A or E-6B only applies to that specific model.

    E-6A/B TACAMO AIRCRAFT

    NAVY TRAINING SYSTEM PLAN

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

    The E-6 is the airborne portion of the TACAMO Communications System. It provides survivable communication links between the National Command Authority and Strategic Forces. The Airborne Command Post modification program was established to upgrade the operational capabilities by incorporating a subset of United States Strategic Command EC-135 Airborne Command Post equipment into the E-6 aircraft. The modified aircraft will have its designation changed from E-6A to E-6B. The E-6B is capable of performing both the TACAMO and Airborne Command Post missions.

    All pipeline training is located at Tinker Air Force Base Oklahoma. Naval Air Maintenance Training Group Detachment 1080 conducts organizational (initial and career) and intermediate level maintenance training. Naval Training Support Unit provides aircrew training.

    This Navy Training System Plan has been developed to identify the life cycle manpower, personnel and training requirements for the E-6A/B aircraft. It was developed in accordance with OPNAVINST 1500.76 of 21 July 1998. It replaces A-50-8516C which was approved 8 March 1993. This plan covers the transition from the E-6A to E-6B aircraft. Sixteen E-6A aircraft are being modified at a contractor's facility with Airborne Command Post equipment and an avionics block upgrade. This is an Acquisition Category III program and is in Phase III, Production/Development and Operational Support . All acquisition milestones have been completed. Initial Operational Capability was attained in the third quarter of fiscal year 1998. Eight aircraft have been modified. The last aircraft to be modified is scheduled for delivery in the third quarter of fiscal year 2003. Squadron manpower requirements were derived from Activity Manpower Documents.

    PART I - TECHNICAL PROGRAM DATA

    Section I.A. TITLE-NOMENCLATURE-PROGRAM

    1. Title-Nomenclature-Acronym. E-6A/B TACAMO Aircraft.

    2. Program Element.

    a. Training Agent: 0101315N

    b. Training Support Agency: 0101402N

    Section I.B. SECURITY CLASSIFICATION. The TACAMO mission avionics system and Airborne Command Post (ABNCP) system characteristics, capabilities, and functions are classified Secret and Top Secret.

    Section I.C. NTSP PRINCIPALS.

    OPNAV Principal Official (OPO) Program Sponsor CNO (N880F)

    OPO Resource Sponsor CNO (N880C)

    Functional Mission Sponsor CNO (N88)

    Developing Activity (DA) AIRBORNE STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM OFFICE (PMA271)

    Training Agency (TA) CINCPACFLT

    CNET

    Training Support Agency (TSA) NAVAIRSYSCOM

    (PMA205)

    Manpower and Personnel (M&P) CNO (N7)

    BUPERS(PERS-22)

    Director of Naval Training CNO (N7)

    Section I.D. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

    1. Operational Uses. The E-6 is the airborne portion of the TACAMO Communications System. It provides survivable communication links between the National Command Authority (NCA) and Strategic Forces.

    The E-6 ABNCP modification program has been established to upgrade TACAMO operational capabilities by incorporating a subset of United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOMM's) EC-135 ABNCP equipment into the E-6 aircraft. The modified aircraft will have its designation changed from E-6A to E-6B. The E-6B is capable of performing both the TACAMO and ABNCP missions. This modification will enable USSTRATCOM to perform current and projected TACAMO and ABNCP operational tasking using the sixteen dual mission E-6B aircraft. The E-6B will provide survivable Command Control & Communications (C3) force management communications for the NCA via multiple frequency band communications.

    2. Other Procurement. There are no planned Foreign Military Sales (FMS) or other service procurement of this aircraft.

    3. E-6B Engineering Changes. Multifunction Display System (MDS) Program.

    a. Preliminary planning has commenced to incorporate the MDS into sixteen E-6B aircraft and to make the necessary adjustments to the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) elements, including the training system, to support this program. This improvement in cockpit instrumentation will comply with the requirements of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) mandated global Communication Navigation Surveillance/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) Global Air Traffic Management (GATM) System.

    b. This effort shall consist of the following:

    (1) Adapting the 737-600/700/800/900 Common Display System

    and Flight Management System (FMS) to the E-6B.

    (2) Adding and integrating the following equipment and systems to

    permit the E-6B to operate in the CNS/ATM environment:

    (a) A second air data system to support Reduced Vertical

    Separation Minimums (RVSM).

    (b) Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) II and mode S, with

    mode 4 Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) capability.

    (c) Global Positioning System (GPS) with Receiver Autonomous

    Integrated Monitor (RAIM) and growth provisions for Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) and Local Area Augmentation System (LAAS).

    (d) Air Traffic Control (ATC) data link communications for all

    terrestrial and oceanic areas.

    (e) Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS).

    c. Aircraft installation is scheduled to commence in FY 2001 and to be completed in FY 2004.

    d. Developing the necessary changes to the training system to ensure that maintenance and aircrew personnel are adequately trained to maintain and operate the MFD systems.

    e. Specific training systems inputs will be included in future revisions of this document.

    Section I.E. DEVELOPMENTAL TEST (DT) AND OPERATIONAL TEST (OT)

    1. DT and OT Not Completed. None

    2. DT and OT Completed.

    HPTS OT IIA 4th qtr FY 92-1st qtr FY 93

    HPTS DT IIA 2nd & 3rd qtr FY 92

    HPTS DT IIB 4th qtr FY 94

    HPTS OT IIB 1st - 2nd qtr FY 95

    . ABNCP OT Follow On Test & Evaluation (FOT&E) 2nd-3rd qtr FY 98

    To date testing has revealed no discrepancies that require changes in the manpower or training requirements. Additional information regarding DT and OT can be found in the ABNCP Test & Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP).

    Section I.F. SHIP/AIRCRAFT and EQUIPMENT/SYSTEM/SUBSYSTEM (E/S/S) REPLACED.

    The ABNCP modification results in the following equipment being replaced:

    1. OE-242 Antenna

    2. OG-127 Power Amplifier Coupler

    3. OE-159 Dual Trailing Wire Antenna

    4. Unmodified Flight Management Computer System

    5. Analog Flight Reference Display Instruments

    6. E-6A Communications Central Console

    7. Message Communications System

    8. Litton Omega LTN-211

    The following new equipment will be added to the E-6 aircraft:

    1. LG-118A Peacekeeper Airborne Launch Control System (ALCS). The ALCS is a secure, electronic, missile launch control system which combined with the Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Command C3 radios enable the E-6B to function as an Airborne Launch Control Center (ALCC). The ALCS allows determination of missile status in silos, launch or cancel launch in progress, or change in missile assignments. ALCS is comprised of the following components:

    a. Aircraft Launch Interface Computer Controller

    b. Mass Storage Device

    c. Portable Storage Unit

    d. Display Controller

    e. Visual Display Unit

    2. AN/ASC-33(V) Digital Airborne Intercommunications Switching System (DAISS). DAISS provides ALCC battle staff crew interphone and communications access channels. Each radio group can be operated on any of 7000 discrete channels. DAISS provides automated audio distribution and equipment control/configuration among the communications equipment supporting the ABNCP mission and access to the TACAMO equipment. DAISS services include: assignment of Defense Systems Network services to channels over the UHF Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM) link, access to Automatic Digital Network via UHF FDM channels through direct access lines or telephone touch pads, access/control of STU-IIIR and ANDVT secure voice equipment, control of secure facsimile, assignment of TRANSMUX, ALCS, and single channel clear and secure voice to the UHF C3 transceivers through the electronic switch matrix and access to E-6B TACAMO voice communications systems via interface to an upgraded E-6B ICS. The following are DAISS components:

    a. Interface Control Processor

    b. Bus Coupler

    c. Communication Equipment Interface Unit

    d. Status Display Unit

    e. Communication Interface Units

    f. Interface Electrical Unit

    g. Bus Terminator

    h. Multiplexer

    I. Interconnecting Box

    j. Handset

    k. Loudspeaker Assembly

    l. ACU/SDU J-Box

    m. FDM/MUX Patch Panel

    3. AN/ARC-171 (V) (3) UHF Radio Subsystem with Frequency Division Multiplexing (UHF/FDM). The UHF C3 system adds three UHF transceivers that support 1,000 watts full-duplex transmissions using Amplitude Modulation (AM) or Frequency Modulation (FM). It provides UHF FDM (3 full-duplex groups of 15 channels each), ALCS, Conventional UHF AM LOS (3 half-duplex channels), and/or FLTSATCOM PSK (1 receive-only channel).

    4. Mission Computer System (MCS). Enhances message handling and processing by providing user-friendly operations for message receipt, edit, storage, and transmission; identifying emergency action messages and routing data among peripherals (printers, keyboards, etc.).

    5. AN/ARC-208(V)2 Military Strategic and Tactical Relay (MILSTAR) (EHF/UHF) Radio Airborne Terminal Station. The MILSTAR airborne radio terminal is a multi-channel terminal capable of simultaneous operation with more than one satellite. It provides UHF connectivity through the MILSTAR satellite system. It can function as either a Command Post or a Single Integrated Operational Plan (SIOP) force terminal.

    6. UHF Satellite Communications (SATCOM) Antenna Controller. Replaces the OE-242 antenna controller with a more reliable and supportable unit.

    7. Time Frequency Standards Distribution System including: Standard Distribution Switching Unit (SDSU), Time Code Generator (TCG), and Hand Held Module (HHM). Replaces the existing time standard, providing retrieval and distribution of the accurate Universal Coordinated Time from the Global Positioning System (GPS). Time of Day, One-pulse-per-second, and precision 5 MHz reference signals are distributed to Very Low Frequency (VLF) and UHF communications equipment to provide accurate reference timing.

    8. MIL-STD-1553B Bus System. Three dual-redundant MIL-STD-1553B data buses are utilized by ABNCP HPTS and GPS components. They will also accommodate future modifications to the E-6B weapon system.

    9. AN/ART-54 HPTS including : Solid State Power Amplifier/Coupler (SSPA/C) OG-187/ART-54 and Dual Trailing Wire Antenna System (DTWA) OE-456/ART-54. This provides increased capabilities (including Low Frequency (LF) transmission spectrum) with significant reliability and operability improvements. It is an integrated hardware/software system designed to provide automatic or manual operation, verify operational status, and provide diagnostic fault isolation to faulty Weapon Replaceable Assembly (WRAs)/Shop Replaceable Assembly (SRAs).

    10. Auto Throttle System. This system works in conjunction with the Autopilot and provides an auto orbit capability to reduce pilot work load.

    11. GPS including: R-2332/AR GPS 3A Receiver, AS-3822/URN GPS Fixed Reception Pattern Antenna AM-7314/URN AE-4 Antenna Electronics Group. A satellite navigation system which provides for a more accurate position information and a precision clock signal for use by the Mission Avionics System.

    12. NAC Receiver Mount, and modified Flight Management Computer System (FMCS)

    13. Flight Reference Display System. Provides pilot and copilot with electronically displayed flight reference data.

    Section I.G. DESCRIPTION OF NEW DEVELOPMENT.

    1. Functional Description. The E-6 is a derivative of the commercial Boeing 707 aircraft. Its a long range, air refuelable aircraft equipped with four CFM-56-2A-2 high bypass ratio fan/jet engines with thrust reversers. The weapon system is electromagnetic pulse hardened. It has an endurance of 15+ hours without refueling and a maximum endurance of 72 hours with in-flight refueling. Mission range is over 6000 Nautical Miles (NM). It carries a crew of five officers, nine enlisted aircrewmen, and up to four trainees for TACAMO missions. For ABNCP missions it carries five naval officers, nine naval enlisted aircrewmen, and a eight person battle staff as determined by the United States Strategic Command (J36).

    2. Physical Description. The E-6 has a wing span of 148 feet 2 inches, length of 152 feet 11 inches. The maximum gross take off weight is approximately 342,000 pounds.

    3. New Development Introduction. The E-6B is being introduced into the fleet as a major modification change. The first modified aircraft was delivered in the 4th quarter of FY 97. The sixteenth, and last, aircraft will be delivered in the 3rd quarter of FY 03.

    4. Significant Interfaces. The E-6B TACAMO/ABNCP aircraft provides an airborne communications system which interfaces with other existing communications systems.

    5. New Features, Configurations, or Material. NA

    Section I.H. CONCEPTS

    1. Operational Concept.

    a. TACAMO. The E-6 will fly independent random operations from various deployed sites for approximately 15 day intervals. Each deployed crew will be self-supporting except for fuel and perishables. The mission requires a 24 hour commitment of resources (alert posture) in the Atlantic and Pacific regions.

    b. ABNCP. As directed by USSTRATCOM, two aircraft will be flown to Offutt Air Force Base (AFB) to embark the battle staff and the ALCS components and will be placed in an alert status. Maintenance of the systems will be performed by the standard compliment of squadron ground and in-flight technician personnel with the exception of the ALCS which will be maintained by the Air Force for eighteen months after Navy IOC.

    2. Maintenance Concept. The E-6 maintenance concept is a combination of Navy organic and contractor maintenance. The Navy will perform all organizational level maintenance on the aircraft and the mission avionics systems.

    a. Organizational Organizational maintenance includes aircraft servicing, handling, inspection and both scheduled and unscheduled E-6 airframe maintenance. In TACAMO squadrons, organizational maintenance is performed by aircrew personnel while at deployed sites.

    (1) Preventive/Planned Maintenance. Consists of those maintenance actions prescribed by calendar, useage cycles, or hours of operation criteria.

    (2) Corrective Maintenance. Consists of fault isolation using built-in test (BIT) or other test equipment, removal and replacement of faulty WRAs/SRAs.

    b. Intermediate. E-6 intermediate level maintenance is a Navy and contractor responsibility. E-6A mission avionics systems and mission avionics components common to the E-6B are a Navy responsibility. Remaining I level responsibilities are contracted out

    c. Depot. Depot level maintenance for the airframe, engines, flight deck avionics, and mission avionics interface equipment (i.e., equipment racks and antenna) are contracted out. Depot level maintenance of the Mission Avionics System will continue to be performed by the Navy under an Aviation Supply Office (ASO) contract.

    d. Interim Maintenance. N/A

    e. Life Cycle Maintenance Plan. N/A

    f. Expanded Phase Maintenance (EPM). This program was developed to allow for the performance of appropriate requirements of a normal Standard Depot Level Maintenance (SDLM) at the fleet facilities. The inspections and repairs are performed by a depot field maintenance team with organizational level maintenance assistance during the normal phase inspections. Structural and systems tasks are performed at the Reliability Centered Maintenance justified intervals. Zonal inspections are performed by inspecting 10% of the aircraft in each phase. In this way the entire aircraft is inspected every 10 phases.

    3. Manning Concept. Manpower requirements were derived from Activity Manpower Documents (AMD) for VQ-3, VQ-4, and detachments at Travis AFB, Patuxent River, and Offutt AFB. These AMDs contain the minimum quantitative and qualitative manpower necessary to support the Required Operational Capabilities and Projected Operational Environment (ROC/POE) statements. The actual assignment of personnel to these billets will be affected by budget constraints on funded billets and officer and enlisted manning plans.

    4. Training Concept. Pipeline maintenance training is in place to support the approved aircraft and systems maintenance plans. Training tracks have been developed and approved by CNO listing the specific courses necessary to assign a Navy Enlisted Classification Code (NEC) to an individual. Where appropriate, maintenance training courses have been revised to provide the minimum training necessary for first enlistment personnel. This is called initial training. Personnel who have received initial training and have been assigned to a second tour of duty in VQ-3 or VQ-4 will receive additional training which is designed to assist them in their assignment to billets of greater responsibility. This is called career training. This concept has been incorporated in the following organization level maintenance ratings: Aviation Machinist's Mate (AD); Aviation Electrician's Mate (AE); Aviation Structural Mechanic, Hydraulic (AMH); and Aviation Structural Mechanic, Structures (AMS). The Aviation Structural Mechanic, Safety Equipment (AME), and the Aircrew Survival Equipmentman (PR) have not been revised to reflect this concept. The Aviation Electronics Technician (AT) is currently being revised to the initial/career concept.

    Pipeline aircrew training is provided for Pilots, Navy Flight Officers (NFOs), Flight Engineers, Communications Operators, In-flight Technicians, and Reel Operators. Aircrew training tracks listing the specific courses required for personnel assigned to the various aircrew billets have been developed and approved by CNO. Some aircrew training tracks have been divided into Category I and Category II. Category I training is that training provided to personnel on their first assignment to the aircraft/squadron. Category II training is that training provided to personnel who are on their second assignment to the aircraft/squadron. Normally personnel assigned to fill aircrew billets are provided only that training required by the aircrew billet. TACAMO aircrews are also responsible for organizational level maintenance while the aircraft is deployed to remote locations away from the parent squadron. This imposes an additional pipeline training requirement.

    The NAMTRAGRUDET maintenance training curricula is being analyzed to support conversion of the paper based training materials to Computer Based Training (CBT) curricula where appropriate. The analysis includes a task and skills media selection to determine the most cost effective use of Computer Aided Instruction (CAI), self paced Interactive Courseware, and hands-on use of existing training devices. An objective of the CBT program is to off-load many, if not all, task & skills learning from the maintenance panel trainers. A prototype CBT lesson will be developed upon completion of the analysis. Follow on CBT development will immediately follow the completed analysis and continue through FY 99.

    a. Initial Training. The Initial Training schedule is contained in element III.A.1. It is in agreement with E-6B ABNCP Integrated Product Team (IPT) Transition Training Schedule of 17 July 1996, with change 3.

    b. Follow-on Training. COMNAVAIRPAC 3500.67D and COMSTRATCOMWINGONE 3500.xx (in development) provides a comprehensive Training Readiness Program.

    c. Student Profiles. N/A

    d. Training Pipelines. The following is a listing of aircrew and maintenance training tracks in this program and the results of the last Aircrew Training Requirements Review (ATRR)/Maintenance Training Requirements Review (MTRR) Conference.

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    (1) Track Title: E-6 PILOT TRAINING CATEGORY I

    Billet Title: E-6 Pilot

    CIN: E-2B-0407

    Courses:

    1. E-600-0601, Command (Squadron) Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. E-2B-0308, Instrument Ground School 0.4 wks

    3. E-2B-0401, E-6 Pilot Initial Qualification 11.4 wks

    Total Track Length 12.2 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: TOP SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: NA

    4. Prerequisite schools: AIR FORCE MULTI-ENGINE UNDERGRADUATE PILOT TRAINING

    5. Other:

    a. E-2D-0032, SURVIVAL, EVASION, RESISTANCE AND ESCAPE TRAINING (SERE)

    b. B-322-0040, REFRESHER AEROSPACE PHYSIOLOGY TRAINING (RPC)

    c. B-9E-1226, REFRESHER WATER SURVIVAL TRAINING PROGRAM (R3)

    d. P-7C-0039, BASIC OFFICER LEADERSHIP COURSE (BOLC)

    ATRR ACTION ITEMS:

    NTSU host curriculum review annually in accordance with OPNAVINST 1500.66 AND CNAPINST 1500.12. Modify curriculum as appropriate to meet CAT I training requirements of fleet squadrons. Submit curriculum to CNO (N889), via TYCOM, for approval. No additional time to train is authorized. Upon approval, submit curriculum to training contractor to effect changes to the syllabus. Actions command: STRATCOMMWING ONE/NTSU.

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    (2) Track Title: E-6 PILOT TRAINING CATEGORY II

    Billet Title: E-6 Pilot

    CIN: E-2B-0406

    Courses:

    1. E-600-0601, Command (Squadron) Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. E-2B-0308, Instrument Ground School 0.4 wks

    4. E-2B-0405, E-6 Category II Pilot 11.0wks

    Total Track Length 11.8wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security Clearance: TOP SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: NA

    4. Prerequisite schools: E-2B--0407, PILOT TRAINING CATEGORY I, OR EQUIVALENT

    5. Other:

    a. B-322-0040, REFRESHER AEROSPACE PHYSIOLOGY TRAINING (RP2)

    b. B-9E-1226, REFRESHER WATER SURVIVAL TRAINING PROGRAM (R3)

    ATRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Add Egress Training to CAT II pipeline. This is a 1-day course taught by the FAA. STRATCOMMWING ONE/NTSU ensure that this issue is addressed in curriculum reviews and included in future submissions. Action command: CNO(889), STRATCOMMWING ONE/NTSU.

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    (3) Track Title: E-6 NFO TRAINING CATEGORY I

    Billet Title: E-6 NFO

    CIN: E-2D--0407

    .

    Courses:

    1. E-600-0601, Command (Squadron) Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. E-2B-0308, Instrument Ground School 0.4 wks

    3. E-2D-0401, E-6 NFO Initial Qualification 4.2 wks

    Total Track Length 5.0 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: TS/SSBI

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: NA

    4. Prerequisite schools: VT-10 NAVAL AIR TRAINING UNIT (NATU) AT RANDOLPH AFB

    5. Other:

    a. E-2D-0039, SURVIVAL, EVASION, RESISTANCE AND ESCAPE TRAINING (SERE)

    b. B-322-0040, REFRESHER AEROSPACE PHYSIOLOGY TRAINING (RP2)

    c. B-9E-1226, REFRESHER WATER SURVIVAL TRAINING PROGRAM (R3)

    d. P-7C-0039, BASIC OFFICER LEADERSHIP COURSE (BOLC)

    Note: 1. The track length may be adjusted to reflect the addition of the Flight Management Computer System (FMCS) Trainer and the Navigation Systems Trainer.

    ATRR ACTION ITEMS:

    STRATCOMMWING ONE/NTSU host annual curriculum reviews in accordance with OPNAVINST 1500.66 and CNAPINST1500.12. Submit revised curriculum outlines to CNO (N889) via CNAP for approval. Upon approval, submit curriculum to training contractor so that the syllabus may be changed. Action command: STRATCOMMWING ONE/NTSU

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    (4) Track Title: E-6 NFO TRAINING CATEGORY II

    Billet Title: E-6 NFO

    CIN: E-2D-0404

    Courses:

    1. E-600-0601, Command (Squadron) Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. E-2B-0308, Instrument Ground School 0.4 wks

    3. E-2D-0403. E-6 Category II NFO 4.0 wks

    Total Track Length 4.8 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security Clearance: TS/SSBI

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: NA

    4. Prerequisite schools: E-2D-0407, NFO TRAINING CATEGORY I, OR EQUIVALENT

    5. Other:

    a. B-322-0040, REFRESHER AEROSPACE PHYSIOLOGY TRAINING (RP2)

    b. B-9E-1226, REFRESHER WATER SURVIVAL TRAINING PROGRAM (R3)

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    (5) Track Title: E-6 FLIGHT ENGINEER CATEGORY I

    Billet Title: FLIGHT ENGINEER

    CIN: E-050-0410

    Work Center: 350

    Rating: AD/AMH/S/AE/AM NEC:8235

    Courses:

    1. E-600-0601, Command (Squadron) Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-050-3502A, E-6 Flight Engineer Organizational 16.0 wks

    Maintenance

    3. E-050-0404, E-6 Basic Flight Engineer 5.8 wks

    4. E-050-0401, E-6 Flight Engineer Category I 12.8 wks

    5. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    Total Track Length 35.4 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: TOP SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: 8201

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. C-601-2014, AD TURBOJET STRAND OR

    b. C-602-2031, HYDRAULICS ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL STRAND OR

    c. C-603-2013, STRUCTURES ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL STRAND OR

    d. C-602-2038, AVIATION ELECTRICIAN CLASS A1 STRAND

    e. OR EQUIVALENT

    5. Other:

    a. Q-050-1500, NAVAL AIR CREWMAN CANDIDATE COURSE (NACCS)

    b. E-2D-0039, SURVIVAL, EVASION, RESISTANCE AND ESCAPE TRAINING (SERE)

    ATRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Add two pilot trainer flights and two ground preflight events on an E-6 aircraft to the E-6 FE CAT I syllabus. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    During curricula review in Sep 97 investigate feasibility of combining E-6 Basic Course (E-050-0401) with E-6 FE CAT I syllabus (E-050-0404). Issue strongly supported by CNO and COMNAVAIRPAC. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    During curricula review in Sep 97 investigate feasibility of teaching FE course with FEs only. Do not hold up FE training if student pilots are not available. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    Include initial egress training in E-6 FE CAT I syllabus (E-050-0401). Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC

    Change NEC Manual for NEC 8235 from E-6A Flight Engineer to E-6 Flight Engineer. Action command: CNO.

    Restructure E-6 FE CAT I syllabus (E-050-0401) for normal checklist procedures at beginning of course and put emergency procedures at the end of the course. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    Ensure E-6 CAT I syllabus (E-050-0401) includes all E-6A & E-6B upgrades, to include FRDS, Autothrottle, VCS and Flight Instruments. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    Shorten FE Organization Level Maintenance Course (C-050-3502) by 42 instruction periods, 5-days. Unit 2 Aircraft Fam, QEC lesson and Lab, Potable Water, Windows & Doors lessons, Crew Accommodations & Lighting Systems Lab. Action command: CNET.

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    (6) Track Title: E-6 FLIGHT ENGINEER CATEGORY II

    Billet Title: FLIGHT ENGINEER

    CIN: E-050-0411

    Work Center: 350

    Rating: AD/AMH/S/AE/AM NEC: None

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command (Squadron) Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. E-050-0405, E-6 Fleet Replacement Aircrewman 7.2 wks

    (Flight Engineer) Category II

    Total Track Length 7.6 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: TOP SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: 8201

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. E-050-0410, E-6 FLIGHT ENGINEER/MAINTENANCE CATEGORY I OR EQUIVALENT

    5. Other:

    a. B-322-0040, REFRESHER AEROSPACE PHYSIOLOGY TRAINING (RP2)

    b. B-9E-1226, REFRESHER WATER SURVIVAL TRAINING PROGRAM (R3)

    ATRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Include E-6B Differences Training to E-6 FE CAT II syllabus. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (7) Track Title: E-6A COMMUNICATION OPERATOR

    Billet Title: AIR CREWMAN

    CIN: E-210-0400

    Work Center: 350

    Rating: RM NEC: 8237

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-102-4501A, E-6A Communications Operator 9.0 wks

    Total Track Length 9.4 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: TOP SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: 8201

    4. Prerequisite schools: A-202-0014, RM-A1 OR EQUIVALENT

    5. Other:

    a. Q-050-1500, NAVAL AIR CREWMAN CANDIDATE COURSE (NACCS)

    b. E-2D-0039, SURVIVAL, EVASION, RESISTANCE AND ESCAPE TRAINING (SERE)

    NOTE

    1. Training track not required after 3rd quarter FY 2000.

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    (8) Track Title: E-6B COMMUNICATION OPERATOR CATEGORY I

    Billet Title: AIR CREWMAN

    CIN: E-050-0413

    Work Center: 350

    Rating: RM NEC: 8228

    Courses:

    1. E-600-0601, Command (Squadron) Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-102-4514, E-6B Communications Operator 12.2 wks

    3. E-XXX-XXXX, E-6B Communication Operator Tactics 4.4 wks

    4. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    5. E-XXX-XXXX, E-6 Category I Fundamentals 2.6 wks

    Total Track Length 20.0 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: TOP SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: 8201

    4. Prerequisite schools: A-202-0014, RM-A1 OR EQUIVALENT

    5. Other:

    a. Q-050-1500, NAVAL AIR CREWMAN CANDIDATE COURSE (NACCS)

    b. E-2D-0032, SURVIVAL, EVASION, RESISTANCE AND ESCAPE TRAINING (SERE)

    c. J-2G-0905, SAS/EAP TRAINING

    ATRR ACTION ITEMS:

    VQ-3 & 4 ensure billets are properly coded. Submit proper paperwork up admin chain of command so detailers will add appropriate P-text on orders. PERS-404EC ensure appropriate P-text added to orders. For PRP ADD CWI 45 and 408. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    Develop an E-6B Fleet Replacement Aircrewman (Communications Operator) Category I syllabus (E-050-0417). Course to include MILSTAR systems, ABNCP missions, strategic command & control, nuclear C3, post-attack ops, NC3 messages & procedures. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    Develop pipeline per the ATRR and OTMS for E-050-0413. Submit to CNO for approval per OPNAVINST 1500.66. Submit NITRAS paperwork to COMNAVAIRPAC (N822). Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    Transfer 4 RM (NEC 8237) instructor billets from NAMTRADET Tinker to NTSU to teach aircrew training. Transfer RM course (C-102-4501/C-102-4514) to NTSU. Action command: CNET.

    Change NEC Manual. Add note to NEC 8228 "NEC may be awarded upon completion of factory training by Raytheon/E-Systems pending establishment of formal training pipeline (E-050-0413)". Action command: CNO.

    Second tour aircrewmen require a CAT II course. Develop a E-6B FRAC (RM) CAT II Course. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (9)Track Title: E-6A REEL OPERATOR

    Billet Title: REEL OPERATOR

    CIN: E-050-0450

    Work Center: 350

    Rating: AE/AMH/S NEC: 8236

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-102-3516A, E-6A Reel Operator/Maintenance 8.0 wks

    Total Track Length 8.4 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: TOP SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: 8201 & 8343

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. C-602-2039, AVIATION ELECTRICIAN CLASS A1 STRAND OR

    b. C-602-2031, HYDRAULICS ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL STRAND OR

    c. C-602-2013, STRUCTURES ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL STRAND OR

    e. OR EQUIVALENT

    5. Other:

    a. Q-050-1500, NAVAL AIR CREWMAN CANDIDATE COURSE (NACCS)

    b. E-2D-0039, SURVIVAL, EVASION, RESISTANCE AND ESCAPE TRAINING (SERE)

    NOTE:

    1. Training track not required after 3rd quarter FY 2000.

    MTRR ACTION ITEM:

    Submit deactivation TPP for this course NLT 1 Oct 99. Action command: CNET.

    C-102-3516. Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC date to match OTEMS. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (10) Track Title: E-6B REEL OPERATOR HPTS/DTWA CATEGORY I

    Billet Title: REEL OPERATOR

    CIN: E-050-0412

    Work Center: 350

    Rating: AE/AMH/S NEC: 8227

    Courses:

    1. E-600-0601, Command (Squadron) Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    3. C-102-4513, HPTS Antenna Group OE456/AR 4.8 wks

    T54 DTWA Operation/Maintenance

    4. E-XXX-XXXX, E-6 Category I Reel Operator 2.0 wks

    5. E-XXX-XXXX, E-6 Category I Fundamentals 2.6 wks

    Total Track Length 10.2 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: TOP SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: 8201 & 8343

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. C-602-2039, AVIATION ELECTRICIAN CLASS A1 STRAND OR

    b. C-602-2031, HYDRAULICS ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL STRAND OR

    c. C-602-2013, STRUCTURES ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL STRAND OR

    e. OR EQUIVALENT

    5. Other:

    a. Q-050-1500, NAVAL AIR CREWMAN CANDIDATE COURSE (NACCS)

    b. E-2D-0039, SURVIVAL, EVASION, RESISTANCE AND ESCAPE TRAINING (SERE)

    ATRR ACTION ITEMS.

    Extend course (C-102-4513) to include how to maintain the reel system to include aircraft systems description, aircraft pubs, electrical and hyd power. Course not to exceed 60(P) days. Action command: CNET.

    Develop an aircrew course for E-6B Reel Operators to include: E-6B NATOPS Fam, Aircraft and Positional Aircrew Descriptions, Aircrew Coordination Training, Egress Training, Emergency Equipment, (location, description, operation), emergency procedures, NATOPS Procedures (preflight, operation, degraded operation, postflight) E-6B Fleet Replacement Aircrewman (Reel Operator) Category I syllabus (E-050-0415. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    Change NEC manual. Remove AD as a source rating to NEC 8236, E-6A Reel Op because AD will not be a source rating to E-6B Reel Op. No new awarding of NEC to AD. Action command. CNO.

    Change NEC manual. Add note to NEC 8227. "Personnel may earn NEC 8227 upon completion of factory training at Rockwell International, pending establishment of formal pipeline training, E-050-0412." Action command: CNO.

    Develop pipeline per the ATRR and OTMS for E-050-0412. Submit to CNO for approval per OPNAVINST 1500.66. Submit NITRAS paperwork to COMNAVAIRPAC (N822). Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    Second tour aircrewmen require a CAT II course. Develop a E-6B FRAC (RO) CAT II Course. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    MTRR ACTION ITEMS:

    C-102-4513, E-6 High Power Transmit Set Antenna Group OE456/AR T54 DTWA Operation/Maintenance. Revise C-102-4513 to add aircraft description, put familiarization, aircraft electrical power, aircraft hydraulic power, engine/APU, and flight deck overview. Course length not to exceed 7.0 weeks. Action command: CNET.

    C-102-4513. Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC date to match OTMS. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (11) Track Title: E-6A IN-FLIGHT TECHNICIAN

    Billet Title: E-6A INFLIGHT TECHNICIAN

    CIN: E-102-0422

    Work Center: 350

    Rating: AT NEC: 8238

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-102-3515, E-6 Flight Deck Avionics Systems

    Organizational Maintenance 6.0 wks

    3. C-102-4502A, E-6A Mission Avionics Systems

    Organizational Maintenance 18.0 wks

    4. C-602-3514, E-6 Aircraft Electrical Connector/Wire 1.4 wks

    Repair Organizational Maintenance

    Total Track Length 25.8 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: TOP SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: 8201

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. C-100-2018, AVIONICS TECHNICIAN ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL STRAND OR E-5 & ABOVE OR EQUIVALENT

    5. Other:

    a. Q-050-1500, NAVAL AIR CREWMAN CANDIDATE COURSE (NACCS)

    b. E-2D-0039, SURVIVAL, EVASION, RESISTANCE AND ESCAPE TRAINING (SERE)

    NOTE:

    1. Training track not required after 3rd quarter FY 2000.

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    (12) Track Title: E-6B IN-FLIGHT TECHNICIAN CATEGORY I

    Billet Title: E-6 INFLIGHT TECHNICIAN

    CIN: E-050-0414

    Work Center: 350

    Rating: AT NEC: 8229

    Courses:

    1. E-600-0601, Command (Squadron) Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    3. C-102-3515, E-6 Flight Deck Avionics Systems 6.0 wks

    Organizational Maintenance

    4. C-102-4515, E-6B Mission Avionics Systems 18.0 wks

    Organizational Maintenance

    5. C-102-4512, E-6B HPTS Solid State Power 2.0 wks

    Amplifier Coupler Organizational Maintenance

    6. E-XXX-XXXX, E-6 Category I Fundamentals 2.6 wks

    7. E-XXX-XXXX, E-6B Communication Operator Tactics 4.4 wks

    8. C-602-3514, E-6 Aircraft Electrical Connector/Wire 1.4 wks

    Repair Organizational Maintenance _______

    Total Track Length 35.2 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: TOP SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: 8201

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. C-100-2018, AVIONICS TECHNICIAN ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL STRAND OR E-5 & ABOVE OR EQUIVALENT

    5. Other:

    a. Q-050-1500, NAVAL AIR CREWMAN CANDIDATE COURSE (NACCS)

    b. E-2D-0039, SURVIVAL, EVASION, RESISTANCE AND ESCAPE TRAINING (SERE)

    ATRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Develop pipeline per the ATRR and OTMS for E-050-0414. Submit to CNO for approval per OPNAVINST 1500.66. Submit NITRAS paperwork to COMNAVAIRPAC (N822). Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC

    Develop an E-6B Fleet Replacement Aircrewman (Inflight Technician) Category I syllabus (E-050-0418), course to include ABNCP missions, strategic command & control, nuclear C3 post-attack ops, NC3 messages & procedures. Include NATOPS training. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    Change NEC manual. Add note to NEC 8229 "NEC may be awarded upon completion of factory training by Raytheon/E-Systems pending establishment of formal training pipeline (E-050-0414)". Action command: CNO.

    Second tour aircrewmen require a Cat II course. Develop a E-6B FRAC (IFT)) Cat II course. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    Change NEC manual. Change NEC description to " Performs duties as an E-6B InFlight Technician and communications systems operator while independently deployed. Is knowledgeable in strategic communications, CMS materials and all aircraft/mission avionics systems". Action command: CNO.

    Consolidate the three E-6B AT courses (C-102-3515, C-102-4512, C-102-4515) into one IFT course. Use CIN C-102-4515 if possible. Action command: CNET.

    MTRR ACTION ITEMS:

    C-102-4512. Submit a deactivation TPP when the E-6B "AT" Initial and Career courses are on-line. Action command: CNET.

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    (13) Track Title: E-6 INITIAL POWER PLANTS & RELATED SYSTEMS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

    Billet Title: POWER PLANTS MAINTENANCE MAN

    CIN: E-601-1911

    Work Center: 110

    Rating: AD NEC: 8843

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-601-3500, E-6 Initial Power Plants &

    Related Systems Organizational Maintenance 4.8 wks

    Total Track Length 5.2 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: NONE

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. C-601-2014, AD TURBOJET STRAND OR EQUIVALENT

    MTRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Revise C-601-3500 to remove borescope information; add anti-ice and ARR slide valve removal/replacement (lab time). No increase in course length authorized. Action command: CNET.

    Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC data to match OTMS. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (14) Track Title: E-6 CAREER POWER PLANTS & RELATED SYSTEMS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

    Billet Title: POWER PLANTS MAINTENANCE MAN

    CIN: E-601-0415

    Work Center: 110

    Rating: AD NEC: 8343

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-601-3504A, E-6 Career Power Plants & Related

    Systems Organizational Maintenance 4.4 wks

    Total Track Length 4.8 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: SECRET

    2. Career designated: YES

    3. Component NEC: 8843

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. E-601-1911, E-6 INITIAL POWER PLANTS & RELATED SYSTEMS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE OR EQUIVALENT

    MTRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Revise C-601-3504 to add borescope lab and remove slide valve information. No increase in course length authorized. Action command: CNET.

    Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC data to match OTMS. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (15) Track Title: E-6 INITIAL AIRFRAME & HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

    Billet Title: AIRFRAMES MAINTENANCE MAN

    CIN: E-602-1981

    Work Center: 120

    Rating: AMH/S NEC: 8843

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-603-3501, E-6 Initial Airframes & Hydraulic

    Systems Organizational Maintenance 4.4 wks

    Total Track Length 4.8 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: NONE

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. C-603-0175, AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC (STRUCTURES AND HYDRAULIC) COMMON CORE CLASS A1

    b. C-603-0176, AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC H & S ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE STRAND

    c. OR EQUIVALENT FLEET EXPERIENCE

    5. Other:

    MTRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Revise C-603-3501 to include cable swedging. No increase in course length authorized.

    Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC data to match OTMS. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (16) Track Title: E-6 CAREER AIRFRAME & HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

    Billet Title: AIRFRAMES MAINTENANCE MAN

    CIN: E-603-0470

    Work Center: 120

    Rating: AMH/S NEC: 8343

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-603-3503A, E-6 Career Airframes & Hydraulic

    Systems Organizational Maintenance 5.0 wks

    Total Track Length 5.4 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: SECRET

    2. Career designated: YES

    3. Component NEC: 8843

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. E-602-1981, E-6 INITIAL AIRFRAMES & HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE. OR EQUIVALENT

    MTRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Evaluate thrust reverser door removal and replacement as a prime candidate for CBT development. Action command: NAVAIR SYSCOM (PMA205-8F)

    Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC data to match OTMS. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (17) Track Title: E-6 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

    Billet Title: SAFETY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE MAN

    CIN: E-602-0466

    Work Center: 13B

    Rating: AME NEC: 8343

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-602-3501, E-6 Environmental Control Systems

    Organizational Maintenance 4.0 wks

    Total Track Length 4.4 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: NONE

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. C-602-2033, AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC E (SAFETY EQUIPMENT) COMMON CORE CLASS A1

    MTRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Revise C-602-3510 to include "PR" as source rating. PR will not be awarded the NEC. Action command: CNET.

    Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC data to match OTMS. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (18) Track Title: E-6A AVIONICS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

    Billet Title: ELECTRONICS MAINTENANCE MAN

    CIN: E-102-0425

    Work Center: 210

    Rating: AT NEC: 8343

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-102-3515, E-6 Flight Deck Avionics Systems

    Organizational Maintenance 6.0 wks

    3. C-102-4502A, E-6A Mission Avionics Systems

    Organizational Maintenance 18.0 wks

    4. C-602-3514, E-6 Aircraft Electrical Connector

    & Wire Repair Organizational Maintenance 1.8 wks

    Total Track Length 26.2 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: NONE

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. C-100-2018, AVIONICS TECHNICIAN ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL STRAND

    b OR EQUIVALENT

    5. Other:

    MTRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Submit deactivation TPP for C-102-3515 and C-102-4502 when E-6B Initial and Career courses are on line. Action Command: CNET.

    Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC to deactivate pipeline NLT 1 Oct 98. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC data to match OTMS. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (19) Track Title: E-6B CAREER AVIONICS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

    Billet Title: ELECTRONICS MAINTENANCE MAN

    CIN: E-102-6144

    Work Center: 210

    Rating: AT NEC: 83XX

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-102-4516, E-6B Avionics Systems (Career) 14.0 wks

    Organizational Maintenance

    3. C-602-3514, E-6 Electrical Connector/Wire Repair 1.8 wks

    Organizational Maintenance _______

    Total track length 16.2 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: SECRET

    2. Career designated: YES

    3. Prerequisite schools:

    a. E-102-6145, E-6B AVIONICS ORGANIZATIONAL INITIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

    MTRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Submit letter for initial and career NECs for the E-6B community. Action command: CNO.

    Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC data to match OTMS. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (20) Track Title: E-6B INITIAL AVIONICS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

    Billet Title: ELECTRONICS MAINTENANCE MAN

    CIN: E-102-6145

    Work Center: 210

    Rating: AT NEC: 88XX

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-102-4517, E-6B Avionics Systems (Initial) 14.0 wks

    Organizational Maintenance _____

    Total track length 14.4 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Prerequisite schools:

    a. C-102-2018, Avionics Technician Organizational Level Class A1 or equivalent fleet experience

    MTRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC data to match OTMS. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (21) Track Title: E-6 INITIAL ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENTS SYSTEMS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

    Billet Title: ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENT MAINTENANCE MAN

    CIN: E-602-1952

    Work Center: 220

    Rating: AE NEC: 8843

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-602-3507, Initial Electrical & Instrument

    Systems Organizational Maintenance 4.0 wks

    Total Track Length 4.4 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: SECRET

    2. Career designated: NO

    3. Component NEC: NONE

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. C-602-2039, AVIATION ELECTRICIAN CLASS A1 STRAND

    b. OR EQUIVALENT

    5. Other:

    MTRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Revise C-602-3507 to include TPM troubleshooting training. No increase in course lengths is authorized. Action command: CNET.

    Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC data to match OTMS. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (22) Track Title: E-6 CAREER ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENTS SYSTEMS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

    Billet Title: ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENT MAINTENANCE MAN

    CIN: E-602-0452

    Work Center: 220

    Rating: AE NEC: 8343

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-602-3509A, Career Electrical & Instrument

    Systems Organizational Maintenance 4.0 wks

    3. C-602-3514, E-6 Aircraft Electrical Connector

    & Wire Repair Organizational Maintenance 1.8 wks

    Total Track Length 6.2 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: SECRET

    2. Career designated: YES

    3. Component NEC: NONE

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. E-602-1952, E-6 INITIAL ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE. OR EQUIVALENT

    MTRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC data to match OTMS. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

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    (23) Track Title: E-6 MISSION AVIONICS SYSTEMS INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE

    Billet Title :ELECTRONICS AIMD REPAIR

    CIN: E-102-6143

    Work Center: 610

    Rating: AT NEC: 6702

    Courses:

    1. C-600-3601, Command Indoctrination 0.4 wks

    2. C-102-4506, E-6 Mission Avionics Systems

    Intermediate Maintenance 4.0 wks

    Total Track Length 4.4 wks

    Track Entry Level Requirements:

    1. Security clearance: SECRET

    2. Career designated: YES

    3. Component NEC: NONE

    4. Prerequisite schools:

    a. AVA1

    b. OR E-5 AND E-6

    MTRR ACTION ITEMS:

    Revise NEC manual to match OTMS (prerequisite and title). Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    Revise C-102-4506 to remove E-6A assets and retain E-6B assets. Course length not to exceed 4.0 weeks. Action command: CNET.

    Revise NITRAS/CANTRAC data to match OTMS. Action command: COMNAVAIRPAC.

    GENERAL MTRR ACTION ITEM:

    C-600-3510, E-6 Supervisor Familiarization. Develop type "F" course for E-7 and above for E-6 aircraft familiarization; not to exceed 3 days. Action command: CNET.

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    e. Total Ship Billet Training Profile (BTP). N/A

    f. Reserve Component Program Billet Training Profile (BTP). N/A

    Section I.I. ON BOARD (INSERVICE) TRAINING.

    1. Proficiency or Other Training Organic to the New Development. COMNAVAIRPACINST 3500.67D contains the proficiency and other training requirements applicable to the E-6 community.

    2. Personnel Qualification Standards. In accordance with Chapter 7 of the PQS Management Guide, NAVEDTRA 43100-1D, the E-6 aircrew will qualify in accordance with Job Qualification Requirements (JQR). JQR aircrew qualification packages for the E-6A recently have been approved by the Type Commander. NTSU is responsible for developing JQR qualification packages for each aircrew position in the E-6B.

    3. Other On Board/Inservice Training Packages. N/A

    Section I.J. LOGISTICS SUPPORT.

    1. Manufacturer/Contract Numbers.

    a. Rockwell International

    3200 East Renner Road

    Richardson, Texas 75082-2402

    Contract: N00019-93-C-0136

    b. Raytheon E-Systems Waco Division

    (formerly Chrysler Technologies Airborne Systems)

    7500 Maehr Road

    Waco Texas 76715

    Contract: N00019-94-C-0224

    2. Program Documentation.

    Approval Revision Projected Date

    Document Date Date of Next Revision

    Integrated Logistics

    Support Plan

    E-6A Orbit 17 Dec 93

    Improvement System

    Addendum 1

    (AC-ILSP-227)

    Joint Integrated 01 Jun 92

    Logistics Support

    Approval Revision Projected Date

    Document Date Date of Next Revision

    Plan, MILSTAR

    Terminal Segment

    HPTS 31 Mar 95

    AV-ILSP-267B

    E-6B/ABNCP Jun 94

    revision G, addendum 2

    AC-ILSP-277

    Operational Log- NA NA NA

    istics Support

    Summary

    ORD Number(s) 389-88-95 20 Mar 97 Unknown

    3. Technical Data Plan. E-6A and E-6B technical manuals and technical data have been prepared, validated, verified and delivered under the production options of the contract. Organizational Maintenance (OM) Manuals, Structural Repair Manuals and Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) series have been published. All manuals are numbered in the NAVAIR series and delivered in hard copy. A complete hard copy set of E-6B technical manuals were delivered to the fleet to support IOC. In addition, Electronic Technical Manuals (ETM) are being acquired to support the E-6B. Hardware platforms for ETM viewing and use are being acquired in FY 99. The ETM hardware and software will be gradually phased into the E-6 maintenance community during FY 99 with continued support of hard copy publications. NAVAIR unique manuals are:

    a. NATOPS Flight Manuals, Supplements and Check Lists

    b. Tactical Manual Supplement and Pocket Guideline

    c. Periodic Maintenance Manuals, Checklists and Maintenance

    Requirements Cards (MRCs)

    d. Weapons System Technical Documentation List

    e. Fire Fighting and Rescue Manual

    f. Crew Station Maintenance Manual.

    4. Test Sets, Tools, and Test Equipment. The ABNCP support equipment requirements are being identified by the Logistic Support Analysis (LSA) process. The initial support equipment selected for the E-6B was based on existing E-6A requirements with modifications to satisfy the new E-6B equipment requirements.

    Special test sets, tools, and test equipment for the maintenance trainers are listed in the detail specification for each trainer and are a part of the inventory of the trainer. In the case of multiple use they are assigned to a primary trainer and the detail specification is annotated to show they are to be shared with other trainers. The tools and equipment were transferred to NAMTRAGRUDET Tinker as the trainers were accepted.

    5. Repair Parts. The Navy operates supply response centers at Tinker AFB, Offutt AFB, and the two coastal alert detachment sites, Travis AFB and NAWCAD Patuxent River. The Navy provides and manages the spares and repair parts for Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) common to the Navy inventory. The CLS contractor manages spares for repair of Contractor Furnished Equipment (CFE) and GFE not common to Navy inventory. Initial spares, Provisioning Parts Lists (PPL) and Repair Parts Lists for the maintenance trainers have been procured by NAVAIR. The Air Force will manage the supply assets required to support the ALCS.

    6. Human Systems Integration (HSI). The Human Systems Integration Plan is not required for this program.

    Section I.K. SCHEDULES.

    1. Schedule of Events.

    a. Installation/Delivery Schedule. E-6B aircraft/trainers are being delivered to the fleet in accordance with the following PMA271 schedule of 15 Dec 1997.

    Aircraft 01 (782) Delivered

    Aircraft 02 (784) Delivered

    Aircraft 03 (918) To FOT&E Delivered

    Aircraft 04 (406) Delivered

    Aircraft 05 (783) Delivered

    Aircraft 03 (918) From FOT&E Delivered

    Aircraft 06 (919) Delivered

    Aircraft 07 (920) Delivered

    Aircraft 08 (387) Delivered

    Aircraft 09 (386) FY 99, 4th quarter

    Aircraft 10 (388) FY 00, 2nd quarter

    Aircraft 11 (405) FY 00, 4th quarter

    Aircraft 12 (408) FY 01, 2nd quarter

    Aircraft 13 (407) FY 01, 4th quarter

    Aircraft 14 (410) FY 02, 2nd quarter

    Aircraft 15 (409) FY 02, 4th quarter

    Aircraft 16 (404) FY 03, 3rd quarter

    b. Ready for Operational Use (RFOU) Schedule. RFOU will occur 3 months after delivery of the aircraft to the fleet. The three months will be used for operational training of the aircrews.

    c. Time Required to Install at Operational Sites. MAS trainers will require approximately one month for installation and acceptance testing.

    d. Foreign Military Sales (FMS) and Other Source Delivery Schedule. N/A

    e. Training Device (TD) and Technical Training Equipment (TTE) Delivery Schedule.

    (1) E-6B Mission Avionics Systems FY 01, 2nd qtr

    (MAS) Trainer #2

    Section I.L. GOVERNMENT FURNISHED EQUIPMENT (GFE) AND CONTRACTOR FURNISHED EQUIPMENT (CFE) TRAINING REQUIREMENTS.

    1. GFE/CFE Training Requirements. GFE and CFE requirements for the trainers are contained in the trainer detailed specification. Course requirements are in the Equipment Requirements List.

    Section I.M. RELATED NTSPs AND OTHER APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS.

    A-50-8115C, AN/ARC-182(V) UHF/VHF Radio

    A-50-8512B, Connector and Wiring Repair Program



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