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Title: This file contains the PowerPoint presentation for the significant changes to the JFMM applicable to


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NOTE
  • This file contains the PowerPoint presentation
    for the significant changes to the JFMM
    applicable to all Volumes with the exception of
    the Nuclear Addendum section (Part II of Volume
    V). It has been designed to work with a Word
    document file that provides the specific changes.
    The pages of this file correspond to the Word
    document file (JFMM Rev A, Change 5 Training
    Notes.doc) included on this CD-ROM.

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COMFLTFORCOMINST 4790.3A
Change 5
3
JFMM Volume I
NEW CONSTRUCTION
4
New ConstructionDiesel Inspection
  • Initial Pre-Commissioning Diesel Inspection
  • Responsibility for inspection moved to
    Supervising Authority.
  • Must be scheduled prior to initial start-up by
    Ships Force.
  • Designed to prevent assuming operational control
    prior to the initial inspection.

Volume I, Chapter 2, Paragraph 2.4.1.ac
5
JFMM Volume II
INTEGRATED FLEET MAINTENANCE
6
Naval Supervisory Authority
  • The Naval activity, as indicated in Table 2-1 of
    this chapter, responsible for the oversight and
    verification of work being accomplished on U.S.
    Naval ships.
  • Ensures that all work under their cognizance is
    authorized and completed in compliance with
    applicable technical requirements and
    maintenance/modernization policy.
  • Removes the requirement for the Fleet Maintenance
    Officer to assign the NSA.
  • Alterations installed by AITs can only be
    executed in availabilities that have an NSA
    designated as identified in Table 2-1.

Volume II, Part I, Chapter 2, Paragraph 2.1.1
7
Material Condition Assessment Process
Identifies Requirements and Responsibilities.
  • Identifies funding and requirements for MCAP
    training.
  • Established Type Commander Responsibility.
  • Modifies notional MCAP timelines.
  • Identifies a MCAI may occur more than once during
    a cycle.

Volume II, Part I, Chapter 2, Paragraphs
2.9.3.1.f Volume II, Part I, Chapter 2,
Paragraphs 2.9.3.2 Volume II, Part I, Chapter
2, Paragraphs 2.9.3.2.a(2) Volume II, Chapter 2,
Paragraph 2.9.4.c Volume II, Chapter 2, Appendix
A
8
Embarked Type Commander RepresentativeSUBS ONLY
  • Availabilities Greater than Six Months
  • Clarified responsibilities for embarked TYCOM
    Rep.
  • Specified responsibilities as the Tactical
    Officer in Command.
  • Clarified order of designation as embarked TYCOM
    Rep.

Volume II, Part I, Chapter 3, Paragraph
3.6.8.4.2
9
Submarine Sea Trials
Modified to Reflect Current Requirements
  • Modified language to identify Command and Control
    Systems.
  • Deleted Trident Class specific language.
  • Deleted language to cycle muzzle doors in power
    and replaced with cycling torpedo tube
    components.
  • Modified speed at which components are cycled.
  • Modified references to speed and firing water
    slugs.

Volume II, Part I, Chapter 3, Appendix N Volume
II, Part I, Chapter 3, Appendix O
10
SHIPMAINMaintenance Team
Maintenance Validation, Screening Brokering
  • Identified Maintenance Team structure and
    functions.
  • Expanded work candidate minimum requirements.
  • Modified work candidate guidelines.
  • Established Cost Estimating Metrics.
  • Created new Availability/Numbering appendix.

Volume II, Part II, Chapter 1, paragraph 1.2.2
Volume II, Part II, Chapter 1, paragraph 1.3.2
Volume II, Part II, Chapter 1, paragraph 1.3.3
Volume II, Part II, Chapter 1, paragraph 1.4.4
Volume II, Part II, Chapter 1, paragraph 1.6.1.j
II-II-1A
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SHIPMAIN Work Package Preparation
  • Prorated Business Rules
  • Defines common prorates and defines coast
    specific prorate factors.
  • Defines prorate process.
  • Establishes Continuous Availability Business
    Rules.
  • New Appendices provide prorate items with
    explanations and flowcharts.

Volume II, Part II, Chapter 2, Paragraph 2.1
Volume II, Part II, Chapter 2, Paragraph 2.4.5
Volume II, Part II, Chapter 2, Paragraph 2.4.6
Volume II, Part II, Chapter 2, Paragraph 2.6
Volume II, Part II, Chapter 2, Appendices A, C, E
G1-G4
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JFMM Volume IV
TESTS AND INSPECTIONS
13
System Test Check List
  • Record Retention
  • Establishes retention and review of shop test
    check lists.
  • Clarifies FMAs requirement to use the check
    lists.
  • Identifies when check lists may be discarded.

Volume IV, Chapter 9, Paragraph 9.3
14
JFMM Volume V
QUALITY MAINTENANCE
15
ISIC Fact Finding
  • ISIC Responsibilities
  • Added a requirement for the ISIC to hold fact
    finding critiques to establish underlying cause.
  • ISIC to inform Type Commander for issues
    concerning SUBSAFE.

Volume V, Part I, Chapter 1, paragraph 1.4.1.n
Volume V, Part I, Chapter 1, paragraph 1.5.3.h
Volume V, Part I, Chapter 1, paragraph 1.6.3.m
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In-Process Controls
  • All Q.A. Form 11s to be closed prior to underway.
  • All Q.A. Form 11s to be closed and reviewed prior
    to submerged operations.
  • All RECs listed as closed on Certification
    Continuity Report.
  • Changed not closed to deferred to remove
    impression an open REC is acceptable.
  • Added to list of Non-SUBSAFE REC Exceptions.
  • Clarified URO measured parameter.

Volume V, Part I, Chapter 5, Paragraph
5.10.4.b(13) Volume V, Part I, Chapter 5,
Paragraph 5.10.4.b(17) Volume V, Part I, Chapter
5, Paragraph 5.10.5 Volume V, Part I, Chapter 5,
Table 5-14A Volume V, Part I, Chapter 5,
Paragraph 5.10.8.a Volume V, Part I, Chapter 5,
Paragraph 5.12.1.c(3) Volume V, Part I, Chapter
5, Appendix C paragraph 2
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Alternative Tests
  • Non-Controlled Joints (Non-Nuclear)
  • Provides a method of performing a controlled
    assembly for a non-controlled system as an
    exception/alternative test.
  • Current practice prompts a MCR/CWP.
  • Allows the controlled assembly to be documented
    on a QA Form 34 and retained as a DFS record .

Volume V, Part I, Chapter 7, Paragraph 7.4.1
18
Departure From Specifications
  • Modified Q.A. Form 12 for electronic submission.
  • Form now used for a Commanding Officer Approved
    Departure.
  • Added NAVSEALOGCEN to the addressee line.
  • Added type of departure/waiver and JCN
    information.
  • Form now complies with new automatic electronic
    DFS processor.
  • Clarified an active JCN must exist to repair the
    departed condition.

Volume V, Part I, Chapter 8, Paragraph 8.3.1.a
Volume V, Part I, Chapter 8, Paragraph 8.3.1.c
Volume V, Part I, Chapter 8, Paragraph 8.3.1.i
Volume V, Part I, Chapter 8, Appendix A
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Q.A. FORMS
  • Q.A. Form 3
  • Clarified all MIC markings on damaged material to
    be removed or obscured to prevent inadvertent
    reuse.
  • Q.A. Form 18
  • Clarified QAS signature in block 39 is required
    for SUBSAFE or SOC issues only.
  • Q.A. Form 34
  • Modified NOTE for QAI inspection requirements.

Volume V, Part I, Chapter 11
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Q.A. FORMS
  • Q.A. Form 27A
  • Corrected block numbers in the procedure section.
  • Q.A. Form 34B
  • Modified block 10 for recording material.
  • Modified block 14 to allow for general remarks.

Volume V, Part III, Chapter 11
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VOLUME VI
MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS
22
Surface Ship Maintenance Placement Oversight
Business Rules
  • To Incorporate Latest Changes to COMNAVSURFORNOTE
    4700
  • Maintenance Team shall schedule CMAVs in
    accordance with Volume II.
  • Modified MFOM.
  • To RMC business reports to be briefed at SHIPMAIN
    Cross Functional Team meetings.
  • New Appendix A for RMC Spotlight Reports.

Volume VI, Chapter 31, paragraph 31.3.2.d Volume
VI, Chapter 31, paragraph 31.3.2.i Volume VI,
Chapter 31, paragraph 31.3.3.k Volume VI,
Chapter 31, Appendix A
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Hotwash Process
  • Process Business Rules
  • Applicable to Surface Ships.
  • Addresses issues at lowest maintenance Chain of
    Command.
  • Identify, provide communication, and resolve
    inefficiencies or waste in the business
    processes.

Volume VI, Chapter 39
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