tive repair time is the average aggregate time
which that particular maintenance function is to
required to restore an item (subassembly, assem-
bly, component, module, end item or system) to
a serviceable condition under typical field op-
B-3. Explanation of Format
erating conditions. This time includes prepara-
a. Group Number. Column 1 lists group num-
tion time, fault isolation/diagnostic time, and
bers, the purpose of which is to match compon-
QA/QC time in addition to the time required to
ents, assemblies, subassemblies and modules with
perform specific maintenance functions iden-
the next higher assembly.
tified for the tasks authorized in the mainten-
ance allocation chart. This time is expressed in
b. Functional Group. Column 2 lists the next
man-hours and carried to one decimal place
higher assembly group and the item names of
(tenths of hours).
components, assemblies, subassemblies and mod-
ules within the group for which maintenance is
f. Took and Test Equipment. This column is
used to specify by code, those tools and test equip-
ment required to perform the designated function.
c. Maintenance Functions. Column 3 lists the
twelve maintenance functions defined in B2
g. Remarks. Self-explanatory.
above. Each maintenance functions required for
an item is specified by the symbol among those
B-4. Explanation of Format of Table I and
listed in d below which indicates the level re-
Test Equipment Requirements
sponsible for the required maintenance. Under
this symbol is listed an appropriate work meas-
urement time value determined as indicated in
a. Tools and Equipment. The numbers in this
column coincide with the numbers used in the
tools and equipment column of the maintenance
d. Use of Symbols. The following symbols are
allocation chart. The numbers indicate the applic-
used to prescribe work function responsibility:
able tools for the maintenance function.
b. Maintenance Category. The codes in this
column indicate the maintenance category normal-
ly allocated the facility.
c. Nomenclature. This column lists tools, test,
and maintenance equipment required to perform
e. Work Measurement Time. The active repair
the maintenance functions.
time required to perform the maintenance func-
d. Federal Stock Number. This column lists
tion is included directly below the symbol iden-
the Federal stock number of the specific tool or
tifying the category of maintenance. The skill
levels used to obtain the measurement times ap-
proximate those found in typical TOE units. Ac-
e. Tool Number. Not used.