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        MILITARY ANYBODY'S*
     CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS
   MANAGEMENT EXPOSITION (CAME)
                   *Insert Name of Air Platform(s) (including aircraft mark number)




                              Approval No: XXXX

This reference number must be obtained from the MAA CAMO desk officer.

Address:                      This should be the air platform CAMOs Main Base
                              and/or Headquarters

Telephone Number:

Facsimile Number:

Email Address:

Document Ref Number:          (Reference number to assist in correspondence)




NOTES       (Not to be included in presented CAME)

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1)      The continuing airworthiness management of all military air platforms is to be
        approved in accordance with MAA RA 4941.

2)      This specimen Exposition has been prepared for the guidance of platform
        Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO). It sets out the
        organisation and procedures used for the management of continuing
        airworthiness of each fleet of aircraft that the CAMO is responsible.

3)      All material contained within this document is for guidance purposes only. It is
        descriptive not prescriptive in content. Organisations may choose which parts of
        the text they wish to adopt/adapt, expanding the content where necessary to
        reflect their processes. All references in italics are for editorial guidance or where
        general guidance is given to aid an organisation in drafting a CAME that should
        accurately reflect their situation.

4)      After completing the draft CAME the organisation should correlate each section
        with the MAA CAMO Compliance Check List* (CCL) provided as part of the
        application pack. Thus demonstrating to the MAA CAMO responsible desk officer
        that they have fully addressed all applicable paragraphs of CAMO within the
        CAME. The completed CCL should then be appended to the CAME as Appendix
        5.9

5)      It is accepted that not all platforms will be required to complete every section,
        however, the paragraph number should be included and clearly marked “Not
        Applicable”. As part of the approvals process, clarification of the reasoning for
        non-apllicability may be sought by the MAA CAMO audittors.

6)      Details of how activities will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will ensure
        control of the activity, for the platforms detailed herein, should be articulated in the
        relevant paragraphs detailed in this CAME.

7)      If relevant procedures are detailed in other documents then this CAME should refer
        to those documents.

8)      MAA-OA-CAMO staff will conduct a ‘desk top review’ of the CAME and supporting
        documentation followed by relevant site visits to ensure that MRP processes
        detailed are being adhered to. This formal audit process will be required for initial
        approval as well as subsequent oversight throughout a 18 month cycle.

9)      Any queries with this document should be addressed to;

        MAA-OA-CAMOGroup@mod.uk




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                                  SPECIMEN EXPOSITION


The context of this guide has been arranged so that each subject is addressed as MAA
Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC) material defines it. Notes and bracketed information are
used to explain the recommended text and suggested ways in which the organisation might alter
it to suit its own purposes. It is appreciated that no single specimen Exposition can meet the
needs of all types and sizes of organisation or, indeed, reflect the different organisational
structures and corporate policies, which emerge as CAMO’s develop.

For example, in management "Duties and Responsibilities", the text reflects the specific
requirements of CAMO only, and does not attempt to deal with matters such as employment and
the discipline of personnel quotas or achieving output targets. These matters depend on the
specific organisation and must, therefore, be included as appropriate by the applicant for
approval.

Whilst it will be expected that a CAME will be produced for each aircraft type operated by an
Aircraft Operating Authority (AOA) (e.g. JHC), it is accepted that they may wish to group a
number of platforms under one CAME if the same Continuous Airworthiness Management
Organisation is used (e.g single Service historic platforms). However each platform type must
be clearly listed, along with relevant aircraft serial numbers, and any differences in
organisational approach clearly articulated in the CAME. Where this approach is taken, or any
other variations to the CAME format are used, MAA-OA-CAMO should be consulted about the
proposed approach prior to the CAME submission.

This Military Anybodys CAME references a number of Regulatory Articles (RAs) that will need
to be considered by the CAMO. However these references are the minimum for consideration
for inclusion in this CAME and are by no means exhaustive. It is incumbent on the CAMO to
ensure that ALL airworthiness regulations detailed in the MRP, that are applicable to their
platforms, are addressed. It is accepted that they may not all be addressed in this CAME but
may be dealt with in local procedure manuals e.g. AEROs or AESO’s. The CAME should
provide reference to where these local procedures are held.

Where the CAMO is conducting an activity that is not in compliance with the MRP then
Alternative Acceptable Means of Compliance (AAMC) must have been applied for, and
approved by the MAA IAW ???, before the CAMO can conduct that activity. Failure to do so will
prevent CAMO approval or invalidate its approval, if already given. Where AAMC is being used,
this must be clearly articulated and referenced in the CAME.




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CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION
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Title Page .................................................................................................................................. i
Notes…………………………………………………………………………………………………...ii
Specimen Exposition ................................................................................................................ iii
Contents List ...................................................................................................................... iv-viii
Amendment Record ................................................................................................................. ix
Distribution List ......................................................................................................................... x
Abbreviations Used .................................................................................................................. xi


PART 0                 GENERAL ORGANISATION

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0.1        Corporate Commitment by the Delivery Duty Holder .................................................... 1

0.2        General Information ......................................................................................................

           0.2.1      Description of the Organisation .........................................................................
           0.2.2      Relationship with Other Organisations ..............................................................
           0.2.3      Aircraft managed – Fleet composition ...............................................................
           0.2.4      Type of Operation .............................................................................................
           0.2.5      Scope of work ...................................................................................................
                      0.2.5.1 Aircraft .................................................................................................
                      0.2.5.2 Engines................................................................................................
                      0.2.5.3 Maintenance Facilities .........................................................................

0.3        Management Personnel ................................................................................................

           0.3.1      Delivery Duty Holder..........................................................................................
                      0.3.1.1 Delivery Duty Holder Roles and Responsibilities………………………
           0.3.2      MOD Continuing Airworthiness Manager…………………………………………
                      0.3.2.1 MOD Continuing Airworthiness Manager Roles and
                                Responsibilities……………………………………………………………
           0.3.3      Civilian Continuing Airworthiness Manager (MRCOA only)……………………..
                      0.3.3.1 Civilian Continuing Airworthiness Manager Roles and
                                Responsibilities……………………………………………………………
           0.3.4      Quality Manager…………………………………………………………………….
                      0.3.4.1 Quality Manager Roles and Responsibilities……………………………
           0.3.5      MOD Deputy Continuing Airworthiness Manager………………………………..
                      0.3.5.1 MOD Deputy Continuing Airworthiness Manager Roles and
                                Responsibilities
           0.3.6      Airworthiness Review Staff
           0.3.7      Manpower Resources and Training Policy ........................................................
                      0.3.7.1 Manpower Resources ........................................................................
                      0.3.7.2 Training Policy ....................................................................................

0.4        Management Organisation Chart .................................................................................

           0.4.1       General Organisation Chart ..............................................................................
           0.4.2       Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Chart .............................



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0.5   Notification Procedure to the Military Aviation Authority………………………………….

      0.5.1    Changes ............................................................................................................
      0.5.2    Continued Validity of Approval ..........................................................................

0.6   Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition Amendment Procedures ...............

      0.6.1    Changes ............................................................................................................
      0.6.2    Minor Changes ..................................................................................................
      0.6.3    CAME Review ...................................................................................................

0.7   CAMO Facilities……………………………………………………………………………

PART 1         CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS PROCEDURES
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1.0   Continuing Airworthiness Procedures……………….……………………………………

1.1   Aircraft Continuing Airworthiness Record System Utilisation ....................................

      1.1.1    The MOD Form 700......................................................................................
               1.1.1.1 MOD Form 700A – Aircraft Log Cover………..................................
               1.1.1.2 MOD Form 700C – Aircraft Maintenance Form Cover ...................
               1.1.1.3 MOD Form 700D – Engineering Record Card Cover .....................
               1.1.1.4 Work Recording on Logistic Information Systems .........................
      1.1.2    The Technical Log ........................................................................................
               1.1.2.1 The Technical Log Contents .............................................................
      1.1.3    Minimum Equipment List (MEL) Application .................................................
               1.1.3.1 MEL Procedure .................................................................................
               1.1.3.2 Management of the MEL Rectification Intervals ...............................
               1.1.3.3 MEL Rectification Interval expiry ......................................................

1.2   Aircraft Maintenance Schedule General ...................................................................

      1.2.1    The Maintenance Programme – Contents - Sources ....................................
      1.2.2    Structural Inspections, Corrosion Control, Reliability and Engine
               Health Monitoring ..........................................................................................
      1.2.3    Mandatory Life Limitations ............................................................................
      1.2.4    Inspection Standards ....................................................................................
      1.2.5    Maintenance Certification .............................................................................
      1.2.6    The Maintenance Programme Owner - responsibilities ................................
      1.2.7    Holders of the Maintenance Programme ......................................................

1.3   Maintenance Programme Review, Development and Amendment ...........................

      1.3.1    Development and Amendment......................................................................
      1.3.2    Maintenance Programme Meetings ..............................................................
      1.3.3    Maintenance Programme Amendments ........................................................
      1.3.4    Maintenance Programme Extensions/variations ...........................................
      1.3.5    Variations in Excess of that Allowed by the programme ................................



1.4   Continuing Airworthiness Records: Responsibilities, Retention & Access…………...

      1.4.1 Fatigue Cycle Recording…………………………………………………………..
      1.4.2 Monitoring of Maintenance Between Scheduled Maintenance………………..

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       1.4.3     Sector Record Page Retention……………………………………………………
       1.4.4     Access to Continuing Airworthiness Records……………………………………
       1.4.5     Transfer of Continuing Airworthiness Records…………………………………..
       1.4.6     Access to Continuing Airworthiness Records in the Event of an Accident/
                 Incident…………………………………………………………………………….…

1.5    Accomplishment and control of Mandatory Requirements for Airworthiness (including
       technical instructions, airworthiness directives or other generic requirements……….

       1.5.1     Access to Technical Instructions (TIs)……………………………………………
       1.5.2     Airworthiness technical instruction Decision & Implementation………………..
       1.5.3     Technical instruction Control - Compliance Monitoring…………………………
       1.5.4     Technical instruction Control – Recording of TI Compliance…………………..

1.6    Analysis of the Effectiveness of the Maintenance Programme………………………...

       1.6.1     Liaison Meetings…………………………………………………………………….
       1.6.2     Frequency of Meetings……………………………………………………………..

1.7    Modification Embodiment Policy…………………………………………………………..

       1.7.1     Modifications General……………………………………………………………...
       1.7.2     Service Bulletins……………………………………………………………………
       1.7.3     Service Modifications………………………………………………………………
       1.7.4     Design Modifications……………………………………………………………….
       1.7.5     Recording of Modifications………………………………………………………..
       1.7.6     Aircraft Repairs……………………………………………………………………..

1.8    Defect Reports .........................................................................................................

       1.8.1     Analysis ........................................................................................................
       1.8.2     Liason wit h Manufacturers and Regulatory Authorities ................................
       1.8.3     Deferred Defect Policy ..................................................................................
       1.8.4     Non Deferrable Defects Away from Base......................................................
       1.8.5     Repetitive Defects .........................................................................................
       1.8.6     Mandatory Occurrence Reporting .................................................................
       1.8.7     Liaison Meetings ...........................................................................................

1.9    Engineering Activity..................................................................................................

       1.9.1     Tool Control…………………………………………………………………………

1.10   Flight servicing Inspections ......................................................................................

       1.10.1 Pilot Authorisation.........................................................................................
       1.10.2 Sub-contracted Ground Handling Functions .................................................
       1.10.3 Security of Cargo and Baggage loading .......................................................
       1.10.4 Control of Aircraft Refuelling, Quantity/Quality .............................................
       1.10.5 Control of Snow, Ice, Dust and Sand Contamination to an Approved
       Standard ..................................................................................................................
       1.10.6 Certificate of Airworthiness Validity...............................................................

1.11   Aircraft Weighing .....................................................................................................

1.12   Maintenance Test Flight Procedures ........................................................................

1.13   Sample of Documents, Tags and Forms Used.........................................................


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1.14      General Procedures(inc Operational Approval Procedures) .........................................

Part One Appendices ................................................................................................................


PART 1               CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS PROCEDURES
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1.0     Continuing Airworthiness Management Procedures

1.1     Develop and control a maintenance programme including any applicable reliability
        programme,proposing amendments and additions to the maintenance schedule to the TAA.

        1.1.1      Aircraft Maintenance Programme – General……………………………………..…..
        1.1.2      The Maintenance Programme – Sources……………………………………………..
        1.1.3      The Maintenance Programme Owner – responsibilities………………………….….
        1.1.4      Holders of the Maintenance Programme……………………………………………...
        1.1.5      Analysis of the Effectiveness of the Maintenance Programme……………………...
        1.1.6      Frequency of Meetings……………………………………………………………….….
        1.1.7      Development and Amendment……………………………………………………….…
        1.1.8      Maintenance Programme Meetings………………………………………………….…
        1.1.9      Maintenance Programme Amendments……………………………………………..…
        1.1.10     Maintenance Programme Extensions/Variations……………………………………...
        1.1.11     Variations in Excess of that Allowed by Programme……………………………….…

1.2       Manage the embodiment of modifications and repairs………………………………………

        1.2.1      Modifications General……………………………………………………………………
        1.2.2      Service Bulletins………………………………………………………………………….
        1.2.3      Service Modifications……………………………………………………………….……
        1.2.4      Design Modifications………………………………………………………………….….
        1.2.5      Recording of Modifications…………………………………………………………..…..
        1.2.6      Aircraft Repairs……………………………………………………………………….…..

1.3       Ensure that all maintenance is carried out to the required standard and in accordance with
          the approved maintenance programme and released in accordance with MRP
          Maintenance Certification regulation………………………………………………………….

        1.3.1      Maintenance Flight Test Procedures………………………………………………….
        1.3.2      Flight Servicing Inspections………………………………………………………….…
        1.3.3      Aircrew Authorisation…………………………………………………………………...
        1.3.4      Sub-Contracted Ground Handling Functions………………………………………...
        1.3.5      Security of Cargo and Baggage loading………………………………………….…..
        1.3.6      Control of Aircraft Refuelling Quantity/Quality………………………………………..
        1.3.7      Control of Snow, Ice, Dust and Sand Contamination to an Approved
                   Standard………………………………………………………………………………....
        1.3.8      Certificate of Airworthiness and Airworthiness Review Certificate Validity………...
        1.3.9      General Procedures (inc Operational Approval Procedures)………………….…..

1.4       Ensure that all applicable SI(T)s are applied…………………………………………………

        1.4.1      Access to Technical Instructions (TI’s)…………………………………………………
        1.4.2      Technical Instruction Control - Compliance Monitoring............................................
        1.4.3      Technical Instruction Control - Recording of Technical Instruction
                   Compliance…………………………………………………………………………….
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1.5    Ensure that all faults reported, or those discovered during scheduled
       maintenance, are managed correctly by a military maintenance organization or
       MRP/Mil Part 145 approved maintenance organization…………………………………..

      1.5.1   Analysis…………………………………………………………………………………
      1.5.2   Liaison with Manufacturers and Regulatory Authorities………….……………..….
      1.5.3   Deferred Defect Policy…………………………………………………………….…..
      1.5.4   Non Deferrable Defects Away from Base………………………………………..….
      1.5.5   Engineering Activity………………………………………………………………..…..
      1.5.6   Tool Control ………………………………………………………………………..…

1.6    Co-ordinate scheduled maintenance, the application of SI(T)s and the
       replacement of service life limited parts. …..……………………………………………….

      1.6.1    Maintenance Certification…………………………………………………………….
      1.6.2   Airworthiness Technical Instruction Decision and Implementation………….……
      1.6.3   Airworthiness Directives………………………………………………………………
      1.6.4   Mandatory Life Limitations……………………………………………………………
      1.6.5   Structural Inspections, Corrosion Control, Reliability and Engine
              Health Monitoring………………………………………………………………………
      1.6.6   Inspection Standards…………………………………………………………………..

1.7    Manage and archive all continuing airworthiness records and the MF700/operator’s
       technical log……………………………………………………………………………………

      1.7.1  Fatigue Cycles Recording…………………………………………………………….
      1.7.2  Monitoring of Maintenance Between Scheduled Maintenance……………………
      1.7.3  Sector Record Page Retention (selected MRCO platforms only)..……………….
      1.7.4  Access to Continuing Airworthiness Records………………………………………
      1.7.5  Transfer of Continuing Airworthiness Records……………………………………..
      1.7.6  Access to Continuing Airworthiness Records in the Event of an
             Accident/Incident……………………………………………………………………….
      1.7.7 The MOD Form 700 ………………………………………………………………..…
             1.7.7.1 MOD Form 700A – Aircraft Log Cover…………………………………
             1.7.7.2 MOD Form 700C – Aircraft Maintenance Form Cover…………….…
             1.7.7.3 MOD Form 700D – Engineering Record Card Cover………………...
             1.7.7.4 Work recording on Logistic Information Systems (LIS)………………
      1.7.8 The Technical Log …………………………………………………………………….
             1.7.8.1        The Technical Log Contents…………………………………………
      1.7.9 Minimum Equipment List (MEL) Application ………………………………………
              1.7.9.1 MEL procedure……………………………………………………………
              1.7.9.2 Management of the MEL Rectification Intervals (RI’s)……………….
              1.7.9.3 MEL Rectification Interval expiry. …………………………………..….
      1.7.10 Sample of Documents, Tags and Forms Used………………………………….…


1.8    Ensure that the weight and moment statement reflects the current status
       of the aircraft………………………………………………………………………………….

1.9    Initiate and co-ordinate any necessary actions and follow up activity
       highlighted by an occurrence report………………………………………………………..

      1.9.1   Mandatory Occurrence Reporting………………………………………………
      1.9.2   Liaison Meetings…………………………………………………………………..
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PART 2          QUALITY SYSTEM
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2.1   Continuing Airworthiness Quality Policy, Plan and Audit Procedures ...........................

      2.1.1     Continuing Airworthiness Quality Policy ............................................................
      2.1.2     Quality Programme ...........................................................................................
      2.1.3     Quality Audit Procedure ....................................................................................
      2.1.4     Quality Audit Remedial Action Procedure .........................................................

2.2   Monitoring of Continuing Airworthiness Management Activities ....................................

2.3   Monitoring the Effectiveness of the Maintenance Programme ......................................

2.4   Monitoring that all maintenance is carried out by an appropriately approved MIL
      Part 145 Organisation or equivalent ..............................................................................

2.5   Monitoring that all Contracted Maintenance is Carried Out in Accordance
      with the Business Agreement or Contract, including Sub-contractor, and where necessary
              sub-contractors used by
      the Maintenance Contractor, and where necessary sub-contractor ..............................

2.6   Quality Audit Personnel .................................................................................................

2.7   Contractor Quality audit of aircraft………………………………………………………….

2.8   Quality audit of contracted Mil Part M tasks……………………………………………….

      Appendix 1           THE ANNUAL AUDIT PROGRAMME...................................................
      Appendix 2           THE INDEPENDENT QUALITY AUDITOR'S CONTRACT ..................



PART 3          CONTRACTED MAINTENANCE

3.0   Contracted Maintenance ..........................................................................................

3.1   Maintenance Contractor, and where necessary sub-contractor Selection Procedure

      3.1.1     Advising the MAA of Changes to the Maintenance Support ..........................

3.2   Detailed List of Maintenance Contractor, and where necessary sub-contractors .....

3.3   Relevant Technical Procedures Identified in the Maintenance Contract(s) ...............


PART 4     AIRWORTHINESS REVIEW                                  PROCEDURES                 –     STILL        UNDER              MAA
      DEVELOPMENT – DO NOT USE

4.1   Airworthiness review staff .............................................................................................

4.2   Airworthiness Review General Procedures ...................................................................

4.3   Review of aircraft records ..............................................................................................


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4.4    Physical survey ..............................................................................................................

4.5    Additional procedures for recommendations to competent authorities for the
       import of aircraft ............................................................................................................

4.6    Recommendations to competent authorities for the issue of an ARC ...........................

4.7    Issuance of an ARC ......................................................................................................

4.8    Airworthiness review records, responsibilities, retention and access ...........................


PART 5            APPENDICES
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5.1    Sample documents ..................................................................................................

5.2    List of airworthiness review staff (UNDER MAA DEVELOPMENT) ..........................

5.3    List of sub-contractor, and where necessary sub-contractors ..................................

5.4    List of approved maintenance organisations contracted ...........................................

5.5    Copy of contracts for sub-contracted work ..............................................................

5.6    Copy of contracts with approved maintenance organisations (if applicable) .............

5.7    Airworthiness Review Report…(UNDER MAA DEVELOPMENT)...……………………

5.8    Airworthiness Review Certificate Extension Verification Form
       (UNDER MAA DEVELOPMENT)……………………………………….….…………..….

5.9    Completed Compliance Check List ……………………………………..………………...

5.10   Details of Aircraft Managed by Military Air Organisation………………………………..




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AMENDMENT RECORD

 AMENDMENT         DATE   AMENDMENT DETAILS     AMENDED BY            DATE OF
    NO:                                                              INCLUSION




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DISTRIBUTION LIST

If this document is distributed electronically, then means of the electronic distribution should be
articulated here. The continuing Airworthiness management exposition should be made available to the
MAA in a form acceptable to the MAA. Attention should be paid to the compatibility of any electronic
publication systems with the necessary dissemination of the continuing airworthiness exposition, both
internally and externally.

COPY NUMBER                                       HOLDER




(The document should include a distribution list to ensure proper distribution of the exposition
and to demonstrate to the MAA that all personnel involved in continuing airworthiness have
access to the relevant information. This does not mean that all personnel have to be in receipt
of an exposition but that a reasonable amount of expositions are distributed within the
organisation(s) so that the concerned personnel have quick and easy access to this
exposition).

Accordingly, the continuing airworthiness management exposition should be distributed to:

-    The relevant CAMO’s management personnel and any person at a lower level as
     necessary;
-    The air platform’s maintenance organisation(s);
-    The MAA CAMO approvals desk officer
-    Air Platform’s Project Team Leader/TAA




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ABBREVIATIONS USED

List all of the abbreviations used in the CAME (must concur with MAA 02 list of abbreviations)




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PART 0            GENERAL ORGANISATION

      Reference:             RA1016 – Roles and Responsibilities; Continuing
                             Airworthiness Management Organizations (CAMOs)
0.1    Corporate Commitment by the Delivery Duty Holder (DDH)

       The DDH confirms that this CAME and any associated manuals define the organizations
       compliance with MRP Part M and will be complied with at all times.

       (If the CAMO is accountable to the Operational Duty Holder, this must be stated and
       Alternative Acceptable means of Compliance submitted, in advance, to the MAA IAW RA
       1016(1).7)

                                 (AIR PLATFORM’S NAME)
                   CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS MANAGEMENT EXPOSITION

       (The Duty Holder’s exposition statement should embrace the intent of the following
       paragraph and in fact this statement may be used without amendment. Any modification
       to the statement should not alter the intent.)

       This Exposition defines the organization and procedures upon which the Sub Part G
       approval is based. These procedures are approved by the undersigned and must be
       complied with, as applicable, in order to ensure that all the continuing airworthiness tasks
       of … (Quote CAMO’s name)… fleet of aircraft are carried out on time and to an approved
       standard.

       It is accepted that these procedures do not override the necessity of complying with any
       new or amended regulation published from time to time where these new or amended
       regulations are in conflict with these procedures.

       It is understood that the MAA will approve this organization whilst the MAA is satisfied that
       the procedures are being followed and the work standard is maintained. It is understood
       that the MAA reserves the right to suspend, vary or revoke the Subpart G CAMO approval
       of the organization if the MAA has evidence that procedures are not followed and the
       standards not upheld.

       Signed ....................................................

       Dated ..................................................... .

       Duty Holder and ……(quote position)….

       For and on behalf of ….(quote organizations name)…

       Note: whenever the DH is changed, the new Duty holder should sign the CAME statement
       at the earliest opportunity as part of the continuing acceptance by the MAA. Failure to
       carry out this action within a time period not exceeding 30 days from changeover
       invalidates the CAMO approval.




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0.2   General Information

      References: RA 1002 – Competent Persons
                  RA 1005 Competent Organizations and Responsibilities
                  RA 1016 – Roles and Responsibilities: Continuing Airworthiness
                             Management Organizations (CAMOs)

      0.2.1   Description of the Organisation

              The CAMO is structured under the management of the DDH name appropriate
              duty holder. For the complete management structure refer to the organisations
              management chart in paragraph 0.4. Personnel will be familiar with those parts of
              the exposition that are relevant to their tasks.

              A brief description of the organisation to be included in this section.

      0.2.2   Relationship with other Organisations

              Reference: RA 4956 – Sub-Contracting of CAMO Tasks – MRP Part M

              This section should reflect which, if any, CAMO activities are sub contracted, or
              delegated, and to whom.

              The “enter Air platform’s name” CAMO sub contracts or delegates (specify which)
              the following continued airworthiness tasks:

              e.g. Publications management may be delegated to the relevant Project Team

              A written contract/JBA must exist for these tasks.

               Insert text which identifies: the organisations (including any partnered
              arrangements) for the management of continuing airworthiness and the
              maintenance of the aircraft fleet and components. Also identify any support
              provided by Commodity PTs, and the major approved design organisations.
              Lastly, outline the management relationship between the CAMO and these
              organisations. For example:.

              The “Air platform’s name” CAMO operates as a partnered organisation with (insert
              name of aerospace contractor, and where necessary sub-contractor).

              Continuing Airworthiness Management Tasks are sub-contracted to organisations
              assessed as suitable by the CAMO to provide specialist technical support, advice
              and services. The main providers of Continuing Airworthiness Management Tasks
              are (insert name/s of contractor, and where necessary sub-contractors and names
              and locations of Support services sub-organisations). Details of all providers along
              with the associated sub-contracting processes are shown at Appendix 5.1 of this
              CAME.

              Aircraft maintenance support is provided by an approved Military Part 145, EASA
              Part 145 or military equivalent organisation operating IAW the MRP. The main
              providers of contracted maintenance support are (insert name/s of contractor, and
              where necessary sub-contractor/s). Details of all providers and associated
              contracts are at Appendix 5.2 of this CAME.




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             DE&S Commodity PTs provide continuing airworthiness management and
             maintenance support for some aircraft systems and components, as detailed in
             Appendices 5.3 and 5.4 of this CAME.

             Where significant sub-contracting takes place, in managing the continuing
             airworthiness of the (insert air platform name) fleet the CAMO essentially
             undertakes a ‘decider’ role in its relationships with the providers of continuing
             airworthiness management tasks, aircraft maintenance support, and the approved
             design organisations. The formal relationships between all contractor, and where
             necessary sub-contractors or other parts of the MOD are determined by the MOD
             commercial contracting process or the DE&S Joint Business Agreement (JBA)/
             Internal Business Agreement (IBA) processes respectively

             (It should be noted that in order for an aircraft to be considered ‘within a controlled
             environment’ all maintenance must be carried out by a suitably approved Mil Part
             145, EASA part 145 or equivalent military maintenance organisation..

     0.2.3   Aircraft Managed

             This paragraph should quote the aircraft type and mark (or build standard where
             appropriate) managed and the serial numbers of each aircraft.

             (The following is given as an example :)

             The continuing airworthiness of the C-17 fleet is managed by the C-17 CAMO. The
             2 Group (RAF) C-17 fleet comprises of 7 aircraft:

                       Serial Number                        Build Standard

                            ZZ171                                   13
                            ZZ172                                   13
                            ZZ173                                   13
                            ZZ174                                   13
                            ZZ175                                   17
                            ZZ176                                   17
                            ZZ177                                   18

             Note: The list of applicable aircraft must be updated as aircraft are added to, or
             removed from the military register either through disposal (scrap or Cat 5), or sale.
             It must also be updated if the CAM and/or DH for particular serial numbers
             changes e.g. if aircraft are transferred or loaned to Qinetiq or a contractor, and
             where necessary sub-contractor for trials purposes.

             If the CAMO has responsibilities for aircraft listed in this CAME, but for which there
             may be different duty holders responsible, then the relevant duty holder must be
             stipulated against each tail number.The responsibilities of the relevant duty holders
             must be reflected throughout this CAME.

             In addition to the Military fleet, the following (e.g. development trials) aircraft are
             operated by: (insert serial numbers and types of aircraft, name of operator, e.g.
             QinetiQ) and identify how the continuing airworthiness is managed (i.e. by the
             CAMO, and if not, by whom and how)). Any ‘duty of care’ responsibilities for
             these aircraft discharged by the CAMO (e.g. dissemination of support and
             airworthiness information) should also be identified.




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              It is acceptable for this paragraph to refer out to a Fleet Management Plan or
              database but this must be clearly articulated and referenced. It is also important
              that the fleet disposition is clearly identified so that it is clear who the duty holder is
              for each serial number.

      0.2.4   Type of Operation

              The active (enter air platform name) fleet operates on military duties in the
              United Kingdom and internationally in the (enter aircraft primary roles). The
              aircraft are authorised for operations in line with international protocols by the
              Secretary of State (S of S) for Defence through registration on the UK Military
              Aircraft Register.

      0.2.5   Scope of work

              (Enter air platform name) CAMO will ensure the continuing airworthiness
              functions of its’ aircraft by compliance with MAA Regulatory Publications (MRP)
              IAW the procedures detailed within this CAME and local orders. Details of the
              local orders need to be referenced here e.g. AEROs or AESOs.

              0.2.5.1 Aircraft

                      Briefly detail the forward and depth activities that are carried out at each
                      site.

              0.2.5.2 Engines

                       Detail which engines are fitted to each mark of aircraft. Briefly detail the
                      forward and depth activities that are carried out on the engines and by
                      which organisation.

              0.2.5.3 Maintenance Facilities

                      Briefly outline the range of work carried out by the maintenance
                      organisations at each approved site.


0.3   Management Personnel

      Reference: RA 1020 – Roles and Responsibilities: Duty Holder (DH) and DH Facing
                                Organizations.
                 RA 4945 – Personnel Requirements – MRP Part M Sub Part G

      (NOTE: Amend to reflect the current management staff and contracted relationships as
      appropriate)

      0.3.1   Delivery Duty Holder

              Reference: RA 1020 – Roles and Responsibilities: Duty Holder (DH) and DH
                                   Facing Organizations.
                         RA 4945(1) – Role of the Duty Holder


              The duties and responsibilities associated with this post are held by enter name
              and title of duty holder.


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             0.3.1.1 Delivery Duty Holder Roles and Responsibilities

                     There should be a clear statement here that the Duty holder is
                     complying with his duties as stipulated in the references.

                     If the duty holder is not able to fulfil any of his responsibilites or there
                     are any caveats to these responsibilities then they have to be stipulated
                     here with clear reference to the acceptance of such by the higher
                     authority (SDH or ODH).


     0.3.2   MOD Continuing Airworthiness Manager

             Reference: RA 4945(2) – Requirements for the MoD Continuing Airworthiness
                                     Manager

             The duties and responsibilities associated with the Crown Servant post of MOD
             Continuing Airworthiness Manager (MOD CAM) are currently assumed by (enter
             name and title of post holder), in support of the Duty Holder.

             0.3.2.1 MOD Continuing Airworthiness Manager Roles and Responsibilities

                     There should be a clear statement here that the MOD CAM has been
                     assessed as being SQEP (details of this assessment process should be
                     included) and is complying with his duties as stipulated in the reference.

                     If the MOD CAM is not able to fulfil any of his responsibilites or there
                     are any caveats to these responsibilities then they have to be stipulated
                     here with clear reference to the acceptance of such by the higher
                     authority (Appropriate Duty Holder).

     0.3.3   Civilian Accountable Manager (MRCO Platforms Only)

             Enter details of civilian accountable manager and detail the relationship with the
             duty holder.

             If not applicable enter ‘Not applicable to this platform’.

             0.3.3.1 Civilian Accountable Manager Roles and Responsibilities

                    Details of the Civilian Accountable Managers roles and responsibilities
                    should be detailed here.

     0.3.4   Quality Manager

             Reference:     RA 4700 – Military Air Environment Quality Policy
                            RA 4701 – Quality Occurance Reporting
                            RA 4702 – Quality Auditing
                            RA 4951(1) – Establishing a Quality System

             The duties and responsibilities associated with this post are currently assumed
             by enter name of other post holder/individual in support of the duty holde



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             0.3.4.1 Quality Manager Roles and Responsibilities

             Note:     this post      may be contracted out/delegated to another
             organisation/nominated person if appropriate. However the post holder must be
             clearly identified. QM independence from the maintenance organisation must be
             confirmed.

             There should be a clear statement here that the QM is complying with his duties
             as stipulated in the reference.

             If the QM is not able to fulfil any of his responsibilites or there are any caveats
             to these responsibilities then they have to be stipulated here with clear reference
             to the acceptance of such by the higher authority (MOD CAM).

     0.3.5   Deputy Continuing Airworthiness Manager

             Reference:      RA 4945(2).6 - Guidance Material

             For multi-platform CAMOs, day to day responsibility for continuing airworthiness
             activity may be delegated to another nominated person dedicated to an
             individual platform category, though accountability remains with the overall
             Continuing Airworthiness Manager. In such cases the nominated person(s) will
             also be subject to the criteria stipulated in RA 4945(2).

             The duties and responsibilities associated with this post are currently assumed
             by enter name of individual, who has been assessed as being SQEP, in support
             of the CAM.

             If not applicable enter ‘Not applicable to this platform’.

             0.3.5.1 MOD Deputy Continuing Airworthiness Manager (MOD DCAM) Roles
                     and Responsibilities.

                    The formal relationship between the MOD CAM and the MOD DCAM
                    should be detailed here.

                    There should be a clear statement here that the MOD DCAM has been
                    assessed as being SQEP (details of this assessment process should be
                    included) and is complying with his duties as stipulated in the reference.

                    If the MOD DCAM is not able to fulfil any of his responsibilites or there
                    are any caveats to these responsibilities then they have to be stipulated
                    here with clear reference to the acceptance of such by the higher
                    authority (Appropriate Duty Holder).

     0.3.6   Airworthiness Review Staff

             Reference: RA 4945(4) – ARC Personnel

             (This paragraph should list, or refer to an external document that lists the
             designated Airworthiness Review Staff by name, their airworthiness review
             authorisation reference and the position they hold within the organisation).

             This will be developed, by the MAA, in line with ARC regulations




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     0.3.7   Manpower Resources and Training Policy

             Reference: RA 1002 – Competent Persons

             0.3.7.1 Manpower Resources

                    This paragraph should give broad figures to show that the number of
                    people dedicated to the performance of the approved continuing
                    airworthiness activity is adequate. It is not necessary to give the
                    detailed number of employees of the whole organization, only the
                    number of those involved in continuing airworthiness.

                    To enable the MAA to accept the number of persons and their
                    qualifications, an organisation should make an analysis of the tasks to
                    be performed, the way in which it intends to divide and/or combine
                    these tasks, indicate how it intends to assign responsibilities and
                    establish the number of man/hours and the qualifications needed to
                    perform the tasks. With significant changes in the aspects relevant to
                    the number and qualifications of persons needed, this analysis should
                    be updated.

                    The organisation should be able to demonstrate on an ongoing basis
                    that the actual level of continuing airworthiness management and
                    review work they have committed themselves to do not exceed their
                    identified available resource.

                    Where CAMO tasks have been sub-contracted or delegated to other
                    organisations (or other CAMO’s) then the other organisations have to
                    be identified and a clear reference to any contractural arrangement or
                    SLA/JBA etc must be included.

                    As of “enter date”, the number of available resource (in man hours)
                    involved in continuing airworthiness management and airworthiness
                    review activities are shown in the following table:




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                     List staff numbers and related activity:
Formula Example:


                                      Full Time Staff                                     Part Time Staff as
    1 man year = H hours                                           Part Time Staff                              Total Staff      Total Hours
                                        (Number)                                           Equivalent Full
                                                                (Total hours per year)   Time staff (Number)

Quality Monitoring                           AA                          aa               aa / H hours = AA'     AA + AA'         AA*H + aa
Continuing     Airworthiness
                                             BB                          bb               bb / H hours = BB'     BB + BB'         BB*H + bb
Management
(detailed information about
the management group of                     BB1                          bb1             bb1 / H hours = BB1'   BB1 + BB1'       BB1*H + bb1
persons)
Other…                                       CC                          cc               cc / H hours = CC'    CC + CC'          CC*H + cc

Airworthiness Review Staff                   DD                          dd               dd / H hours = DD'    DD + DD'         DD*H + dd

Total                                        TT                           tt               tt / H hours = TT'    TT + TT'         TT*H + tt

Total Man Hours                            TT x H                                               TT' x H




Worked Example with dummy data:


                                      Full Time Staff                                    Part Time Staff as
  1 man year = 1500 hours                                          Part Time Staff                              Total Staff      Total Hours
                                        (Number)                                          Equivalent Full
                                                                (Total hours per year)   Time staff (Number)

Quality Monitoring                            5                          300                      0.2              5.2              7800
(detailed information about
the management group of                       3                           0                        0                3               4500
persons)
Other…                                        2                           0                        0                2               3000

Airworthiness Review Staff                    4                         1200                      0.8              4.8              7200

Total                                        14                         1500                       1                15             22500

Total Man Hours                            21000                                                 1500




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                 0.3.7.2 Training Policy

                         RA 4150 – Training and Competences
                         RA 4151 – Engineering authorisations

                         This paragraph should describe how the training and qualification
                         standards for personnel listed above are assessed as appropriate for the
                         size and complexity of the organisation. It should also explain how the need
                         for recurrent training is assessed and undertaken, also how the training
                         recording and follow-up is performed. In addition the following wording
                         could be used as an overall training policy statement:

                         Training will be provided by ““enter organisation’s name”” to ensure that
                         each member of staff is adequately trained to carry out the functions of,
                         and satisfy the responsibilities associated with military continuing
                         airworthiness management functions.

                         Where changes occur to the organisation, its procedures, types operated
                         etc. Then suitable continuation training will be provided, where necessary.

                         The Continuing Airworthiness Manager will review CAMO training needs at
                         intervals not exceeding two years or at more frequent intervals if, and
                         when, significant changes occur to the organisation, procedures and
                         aircraft types operated.

                         Details of where the training and competence records are held should be
                         referenced. Copies of these records may be requested by the MAA for
                         audit purposes.


0.4     Management Organisation Chart

         0.4.1    General Organisation Chart

                  The chart should provide a comprehensive understanding of the whole of the
                  Duty Holder’s management structure,with regards to this air platform, and should
                  clearly show the independence of the quality system and airworthiness review
                  process. The chart may be combined with the CAMO chart depending on the size
                  and complexity of the organisation. Also identify those activities that are sub-
                  contracted.

         0.4.2    Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Chart

                  This chart should show the continuing airworthiness management structure for the
                  CAMO, and should clearly show the independence of the quality system, and the
                  links between the quality assurance department and other departments. The chart
                  may be combined with the General Organisation chart above depending on the
                  size and complexity of the organisation. Activities that have been sub-contracted
                  to other organisations are to be identified.



0.5      Notification Procedure to the Military Aviation Authority

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         0.5.1   Changes to the CAME

         Reference: RA 4943(2) – CAME Amendments Approval

         The Duty Holder (or his/her nominated representative) will undertake to advise the MAA of
         any changes to the CAME as detailed in the reference.

         Details of how this will be achieved must be articulated here.

         The primary version number for the CAME will only be updated once the CAME
         amendement has been ratified by the MAA e.g. Ver 1.0 – Ver 2.0. Any changes to the
         CAME that does not need to be ratified by the MAA (indirect approval by the CAMO) will be
         reflected in a change to the CAME secondary version number e.g. Ver 1.0 – Ver 1.1.

         0.5.2   Continued Validity of Approval

         Reference:    RA 4954 – Continued Validity of Approval – MRP Part M Sub Part G

                 The following statements must be made;

                 The CAMO approval will remain valid for an unlimited period provided that;

                 a.    The CAMO remains in compliance with this CAME
                 b.    The CAME remains in compliance with the MRP
                 c.    The MAA being granted access to the CAMO
                 d.    The approval not being surrendered or revoked. Upon surrender or
                       revocation, the approval certificate shall be returned to the MAA.

0.6     Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition Amendment Procedures

        Reference: RA 4943 – Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition (CAME) – MRP
                             Part M Sub Part G

        The person responsible for the management of the quality system should be responsible for
        monitoring and amending the CAME, including associated procedural manuals and the
        submission of proposed amendments to the MAA.

        Details of how this will be achieved must be articulated here.

        (If the organisation wishes to approve minor changes to the Exposition which have no impact
        on the organisations approval, paragraph 0.6.2 must specify what types of change are
        considered as minor and what the procedure is).

         0.6.1   Changes

                 Any changes to the CAME will be notified to the MAA as soon as practicable, by the
                 Continuing airworthiness Manager, or his nominated representative, to enable the
                 MAA to determine continued compliance with CAMO requirements, to approve the
                 change prior to incorporation and to make any necessary amendments to the MAA
                 Approval (Form 2) that may be appropriate.

                 Details of how this will be achieved must be articulated here



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            0.6.2   Minor Changes

                    The following amendments can be incorporated into the CAME without prior consent
                    from the MAA, IAW local procedure enter details of local procedure:

                    The CAMO should stipulate here what changes it considers to be minor and which
                    have no impact on the organisations approval.

                          Examples are:
                          a)    Typographical errors
                          b)    Re-numbering of local Procedures stipulated within the CAME
                                (assuming that the intent of the local procedure has not changed).
                          c)    Editorial changes to procedures i.e. change of the words within the
                                procedure without changing the intent of the procedure or the process.
                          d)    Changes of named individuals within lower level procedures (DH and
                                CAM will be named in the CAME and the MAA should be informed of
                                those changes).


                    0.6.3 CAME Review

                    The CAME will be reviewed, by the CAM, or his nominated representative, at
                    intervals not exceeding 12 months, or more frequently when significant changes
                    occur which affect the content of the CAME. A record of the review must be detailed
                    or referenced here.


0.7     CAMO Facilities

        Reference: RA 4943(1) sub-para f)

        There should be a definitive statement here that the facilities provided meet the CAMO
        requirements. If facitities are deemed not to be suitable then relevant mitigation action and
        the proposed corrective action needs to be detailed.

        Office accommodation should be such that the incumbents, whether they be continuing
        airworthiness management, planning, technical records or quality staff, can carry out their
        designated tasks in a manner that contributes to good standards. Office accommodation
        should also include an adequate technical library and room for document consultation.

             Layout of premises (this could be a floorplan or general description)
             Office accommodation for:-
                  planning
                  technical records
                  Quality
                  technical reference area
             Storage

        If CAMO facilities are dispersed within a given site then the overall site layout should be
        shown/articulated.

        If the CAMO has responsibility at a number of sites, then details of the facilities at each site
        must be included. Details of CAMO sub-contractor, and where necessary sub-
        contractor/delegated tasking facilities must also be included.


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PART 1          CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS PROCEDURES
                (Note that there is an alternate Part 1 layout below. Use only One)


1.0     Continuing Airworthiness Management Procedures

        Reference: RA 1016 Roles and Responsibilities: CAMO

        This Part One defines the continuing airworthiness management procedures which enter
        name of air platform managed by “enter military air organisation’s name” uses to ensure
        compliance with the continuing airworthiness aspects of Mil Part M. Where some aspects of
        these functions are sub-contracted then this will be clearly defined in the text.

1.1     Aircraft Continuing Airworthiness Record System Utilisation

        References:    RA 4300 - Certification of Aircraft Maintenance Documentation
                       RA 4951 – Quality System – MRP Part M Su Part G
                       RA 4953 - Record Keeping – MRP Part M Sub Part G

        Continuing airworthiness records are certified and retained IAW the references.

        Continuing airworthiness records include:

        a) Aircraft technical log, engine log books and any log books/cards for service life limited
        components (The Configuration Record).

        b) Current status of:
        (1) SI(T)/Airworthiness Directives.
        (2) Modifications and repairs.
        (3) Compliance with maintenance programme.
        (4) Weight and Moment.
        (5) Deferred maintenance.

        The CAMO has procedures for lost aircraft maintenance forms, which includes any search or
        investigation requirements and a policy on the use of duplicated documents.

        Details of these procedures should be referenced here.



        1.1.1   The MOD Form 700 (if not applicable mark as N/A).

        References: RA 4302 – MOD Form 700 Documentation
                    RA 4305 – Electronic Documentation of Aircraft Maintenance
                    RA 4306 – Management of Arisings within a Ground Maintenance System
                              (GMS)
                    RA 4307 – Fault Reporting
                    RA 4311 – Retention of Military Aviation Engineering Documentation

                      A clear statement that the MF700 in use only uses forms as detailed in the
                      MAP should be made here. If additional forms are used, their details should
                      be articulated here along with details which authorises their use.




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              1.1.1.1        MOD Form 700A – Aircraft Log Cover
                             A clear declaration that the MF700A is being used must be made.
                            Enter details of the MF700A contents as applicable to this air platform
                            or detail the reference which details the required contents e.g. 2
                            A/N/R 1.
              1.1.1.2       MOD Form 700C – Aircraft Maintenance Form Cover
                            A clear declaration that the MF700C is being used, IAW the MRP,
                            must be made.
                            Enter details of the MF700C contents as applicable to this air
                            platform or detail the reference which details the required contents
                            e.g. Platform MF799/1 (this may be attached as an appendix). If
                            there are additional forms used these should be listed here and
                            copies attached as appendices.

              1.1.1.3       MOD Form 700D – Engineering Record Card Cover
                            A clear declaration that the MF700D is being used must be made
                            along with reference to the relevant document which states what
                            must be included e.g.Topic 2 A/N/R 1 or Topic 5A1 etc..


              1.1.1.4       Work recording on Logistic Information Systems (LIS)

                            References: RA 4303 – Logistic Information Systems
                                         RA 4304 – Electronic Certification of Aircraft
                                                      Maintenance
                                          RA 4953(2) – Retention of records
                            Computer hardware used to ensure backup is stored in a different
                            location from that containing the working data and in an environment
                            that ensures they remain in good condition.
                            Electronic data is stored in such a fashion so as to remain
                            permanently accessible and readable.

                             Details of the LIS in use must be included here, along with reference
                            to the applicable operations manual for the LIS.

      1.1.2   The Technical Log (if not applicable mark as ‘Not applicable to this platform’)

              References:    RA 4300 - Certification of Aircraft Maintenance Documentation
                             RA 4303 – Logistic Information Systems
                             RA 4304 – Electronic Certification of Aircraft Maintenance
                             RA 4305 – Electronic Documentation of Aircraft Maintenance
                             RA 4306 – Management of Arisings within a Ground Maintenance
                                       System (GMS)
                             RA 4307 – Fault Reporting
                             RA 4311 – Retention of Military Aviation Engineering Documentation
                             RA 4953 - Record Keeping – Mil Part M Sub Part G


              The Technical Log in use with enter air platform's name is designed to allow recording
              of defects, malfunctions, and maintenance performed on the aircraft to which it
              applies whilst the aircraft is operating between scheduled maintenance inspections.

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             In addition it includes maintenance information required by the operating crew and is
             used for recording operating information relevant to flight safety. The continuing
             airworthiness information includes:

             a)     the operating crews observations and remarks as a result of aircraft
                    operation in service including the aircraft, engine(s), propellers, components
                    and system technical status;
             b)      defects or incidents having effect on airworthiness;
             c)      results of technical inspections requested by the maintenance organisation;
             d)     maintenance performed by the contracted maintenance organisation which
                    details:
                    i)       defect rectification action taken and associated responses to
                             crews requests and/or remarks;
                    ii)      scheduled maintenance inspections performed;
                    iii)     next due scheduled maintenance inspections.
                    iv)      where applicable, any MEL technical limitations proposed by the
                             Maintenance Organisation


             1.1.2.1 The Technical Log Contents

                    The enter name of operator Technical Log contains Five sections:

                    Section 1      This section details the operator's name and address, the
                                   aircraft type and the registration.

                    Section 2      A copy of the current Certificate of Release to Service following
                                   Scheduled Maintenance as issued by the Part 145 Maintenance
                                   contractor, and where necessary sub-contractor. This part also
                                   contains enter any other information detailed on the CRS i.e.
                                   Out of Phase maintenance items, repetitive line inspection
                                   details etc. As appropriate.

                    Section 3      This section contains the Sector Record Pages, an example of
                                   which is provided as enter location of sample i.e. Section 5
                                   Appendix 1

                    Section 4      This section contains the Acceptable Deferred Defects pages,
                                   an example of which is provided as enter location of sample i.e.
                                   Section 5 Appendix 1.

                    Section 5      This section details the maintenance support information. This
                                   includes enter details of information i.e. contracted Maintenance
                                   Organisation name, telephone contact             numbers etc.

                    Note: Section numbers can be altered to suit operator's individual
                    requirements.

                    Detailed instructions for the use of the Technical Log are contained withinenter
                    where the instructions may be found enter the info. into this section.

                    Any changes to the Technical Log will be submitted to Civil Aviation Authority
                    Safety Regulation Group, assigned Regional Office as listed in
                    Airworthiness Notice 29 for approval prior to being put into use. MAA
                    should be informed.

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                     In the event that unscheduled maintenance and/or defect rectification is
                     required to be carried out away from main base, by another Part 145
                      approved maintenance organisation, the prior agreement of the primary
                      maintenance contractor, and where necessary sub-contractor must be sought.
                     The organisation carrying out such maintenance will be required to issue a
                     Certificate of Release to     Service in the Technical Log.

                     Enter the operator's name will ensure that copies of all Technical Log Sector
                     Record     Pages,     and    any     other  pertinent     maintenance-related
                     information, are forwarded promptly to the maintenance contractor, and where
                     necessary sub-contractor, to allow them to perform their planning and
                     maintenance co-ordination     functions.



      1.1.3   Minimum Equipment List (MEL) Application

              (or equivalent document within the platform ADS. This needs to be stipulated.)

              (if not applicable mark as ‘Not applicable to this platform’)

              If applicable then enter reference of where information may be found or enter
              similar information here.

              If it is permissible to defer defects IAW RA 4206 & MAP Chap 5.4.2 then a definitive
              statement of such needs to be made and a reference to the deferment process,
              over and above the MEL requirements needs to be made.

              1.1.3.1 MEL procedure

              Details of the air platform's MEL procedure, or reference to them, are to be entered
              here.

              1.1.3.2 Management of the MEL Rectification Intervals (RI’s)

              The time limit for the defect rectification or “rectification interval” is specified in the
              MEL in Flight Hours/Cycles/Calendar Time (A,B,C or D) so that the defect
              rectification may be performed before the specified MMEL limit.

              1.1.3.3 MEL Rectification Interval expiry.

              Dispatch of the aircraft is not allowed after expiry of the Rectification         Interval
              specified in the MEL, unless:

                     i)      The Rectification Interval is extended in accordance with an
                             “Extension procedure” enter details of procedure approved by enter
                             appropriate authority.

                     ii)      The defect has been rectified.


   1.2 Aircraft Maintenance Programme – General

        References: CAE 4200 Series: Maintenance Principles

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                     CAE 4250 Series: Maintenance Practices
                     RA 4062 – Embarked Aviation
                     RA 4810 – Maintenance Data (Mil.145.A.45)
                     RA 4947 – Continuing Airworthiness Management – MRP Part M sub
                     Part G

      The purpose of this maintenance programme is to provide maintenance planning instructions
      necessary for the safe operation of the aircraft. The CAMO holds and uses applicable current
      maintenance data (the Approved Data Set (ADS)) in the performance of RA 4947 Continuing
      Airworthiness Management tasks.

      The Approved Maintenance Programme(s) for enter air platform's name aircraft is as follows:

      Maintenance schedule Reference:XXXX/XX/XXXX/5A1(or enter equivalent reference)
                                     LIS reference

      Enter full MP reference (for platforms that may be following a civilian maintenance
      programme, enter those details).

      The CAMO will co-ordinate scheduled maintenance, the application of SI(T)s and the
      replacement of service life limited parts.

      Details of how this will be achieved should be articulated here.


        1.2.1 The maintenance programme – Contents –Sources

             The Programme is based upon the Manufacturers maintenance planning document
             which has been amended to reflect in full the recommendations of the airframe,
             engine, propeller and equipment manufacturers maintenance recommendations and
             specific military requirements. Enter information about any other Maintenance
             Programme, as appropriate (for example, additional environmental checks that may
             stipulated elsewhere e.g.Topic 2N/A/R)

             The CAMO will:

             a) Ensure the maintenance organization has access to the applicable current
             approved data, including those relating to modifications and repairs.

             b) Seek instructions from the TAA where no approved data exists for faults arising
             during maintenance.

             c) Ensure that all appropriate acceptable deferred faults or limitations are appropriate
             and that where necessary, advice and guidance has been obtained from higher
             authority IAW MAP procedures.

             d) Be responsible for the management and oversight of any issues arising from the
             maintenance including the delivery and acceptance processes.

             NOTE more detail on the subjects to be considered as part of the approved
             Maintenance Programmes, where appropriate is given in MAP Chapter 2.1.

             The following documents or an alternative acceptable means of compliance must also
             be produced on all Military Registered aircraft (including MRCOA platforms IAW
             RA1121(4)) and be referenced here.

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             a)     Safety Management Plan – Reference
             b)     Release to Service (RTS) - Reference
             c)     Statement of Operating Intent and Usage (SOIU) – Reference
             d)     Operating Data Manual (ODM) – Reference
             e)     Flight Reference Cards (FRCs) – Reference
             f)     Aircrew Manuals (AM) – Reference
             g)     Support Policy Statement – Reference

             Note: When a civil type of aircraft is taken into military use and the proposed service
             use does not invalidate the civil aircrew publications, the PTL, with RTSA approval,
             may authorise their use thus obviating the need for service manuals.

        1.2.2 Structural Inspections, Corrosion Control, Reliability and Engine Health
        Monitoring

             References:   CAE 4500 Series: Airframe and Engines
                           RA 5720 – Structural Integrity Management
                           RA 5721 – Systems Integrity Management
                           RA 5722 – Propulsion Integrity Management
                           RA 5723 – Ageing Aircraft Audit

             For those aircraft that have mandated SID or damage tolerant structure programmes
             enter the appropriate reference programmes here.

             All Military Registered aircraft (including MRCO platforms) shall be subjected to an
             Ageing Aircraft Audit (AAA), or provide alternative acceptable means of compliance,
             to give confidence that airworthiness risks are at least tolerable and As Low As
             Reasonably Practicable (ALARP), as the fleet ages and regulatory requirements
             evolve. RA 5723 refers.

             Details of the AAA stategy for the platform(s) detailed in this CAME must be detailed
             or referenced here.

        1.2.3 Mandatory Life Limitations

             Reference: RA 4204 – Lifing of Aircraft Components

             Mandatory Life Limitations are those imposed by the manufacturers and/or the TAA.
             A listing of these are provided in the Maintenance Programme in enter details of the
             documentation that provides this information.

        1.2.4 Inspection Standards

             Reference: RA 1004 - TBD

             Currently not used.

        1.2.5 Maintenance Certification

             Reference:     RA 4300 – Certification of Aircraft Maintenance Documentation

             The CAMO ensures that details of all work carried out is recorded. The records
             required by RA 4300 shall be retained.


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                All maintenance is be certified by authorised persons through the completion of
                appropriate MF 700 series of forms as stipulated in the MRP.

                Where air platforms are not utilising the MF700 series of forms, the process for
                maintenance certification is to be clearly articulated.

                For some air platforms (e.g. MRCOA) this may be achieved by issuance of a
                Certificate of Release to Service as applicable to the aircraft type on the United
                Kingdom register or as per Mil Part 145.

                Where depth maintenance is carried out by industry and certified on their
                documentation, this is to be stated here along with details of how the CAMO is
                assured of this activity.

        1.2.6 The Maintenance Programme Owner – responsibilities

                The Maintenance Programme has been produced by enter name of the relevant
                project team (PT) on behalf of the CAMO. The Type Airworthiness Authority (TAA)
                approves its use.




        1.2.7 Holders of the Maintenance Programme

                A copy of the Maintenance Programme will be held by;

                a)     The Air Platform’s Continuing Airworthiness Manager.
                b)     The contracted Mil Part 145 maintenance organisations or military equivalent.
                c)     The relevant PT.


                Enter other organisations/persons, as appropriate


    1.3 Maintenance Programme Review, Development and Amendment

        References: CAE 4350 Series: Publications, schedules and Forms
                    RA 4009 – Station, Ship, Unit and Squadron, Unit Aviation Engineering Orders
                    RA 4457 – Special Instructions
                    RA 4460 – Aviation Local Technical Instructions

        1.3.1    Development and Amendment

                 Development and amendment of the Maintenance Programme is the product of the
                 CAMO's actions in monitoring the effectiveness of the Programme (see Paragraph
                 1.5), this together with the recommendations received from the contracted Mil Part
                 145 maintenance organisations(s) or military equivalent, and the operator's response
                 to type airworthiness information published by the manufacturers of aircraft, engines,
                 propellers delete if n/a and equipment in the form of Technical Instructions (TI’s),
                 Service Bulletins (SB), changes to the aircraft master maintenance schedule (5A1 or
                 LIS equivalent) etc. change to reflect the data used by the air platform operator in
                 relation to the type of aircraft operated. Any recommendations for amendment will be
                 presented by the CAMO to the TAA for approval.

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                  Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure control
                  of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated here.

         1.3.2    Maintenance Programme Meetings

                  Liaison Meetings between the Continuing Airworthiness Manager and the
                  maintenance organisation will be held at intervals not exceeding specify time period
                  to discuss and review the effectiveness of the Maintenance Programme.

                  Detail these meeting requirements (agenda) and where minutes are held.


         1.3.3    Maintenance Programme Amendments

                  References: RA 4353 – Amendment to Technical Information

                  The MOD CAMO will manage and amend the maintenance programmes for UK
                  military registered aircraft.

                  Amendments will be fully supported and recorded as detailed in para 1..3.1 above.
                  The TAA will approve all amendments to a maintenance programme.


         1.3.4    Maintenance Programme latitudes/Variations

                 The CAMO will inform the DH if there are any significant aspects of maintenance that
                 cannot be carried out and advise of the implications.

                 All latitudes/variations, beyond a defined limit, (limit needs to be defined, and
                 referenced, for specific aircraft type e.g. 10%) to the Maintenance Programme will be
                 agreed between the Continuing Airworthiness Manager (or his approved
                 representative within a PT, who in turn will inform the CAM of any latitudes /variation
                 outside of that defined limit) and the maintenance organisation. Latitudes/Variations
                 will only be within the guidelines defined in the programme.

                 Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure control
                 of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated here.

         1.3.5 Variations in Excess of that Allowed by Programme

                 Any requests for variations to the Maintenance Programme outside the limitations
                 given in 1.3.4 will be submitted by the Continuing Airworthiness Manager to the PT
                 following consultation, and agreement with the Maintenance organisation. These
                 variations will only be sought in exceptional circumstances.


1.4     Time and Continuing Airworthiness Records : Responsibilities, Retention and Access

        References:     RA 4300 – Certification of Aircraft Maintenance Documentation
                        RA 4305 – Electronic Documentation of Aircraft MAintenance
                        RA 4311 - Retention of Military Aviation Engineering Documentation
                        RA 4312 – Scanning and Electronic Storage of Military Aviation Engineering
                                   Documentation
                        RA 4953 – Record Keeping – MRP Part M Sub Part G

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      1.4.1   Fatigue Cycles Recording

              Continuing Airworthiness records, including hours and all Fatigue Index cycles
              (specify which are relevant to this platform) recording for enter air platforms name
              aircraft are the responsibility of the operator however the task of controlling the
              records in accordance with RA 4953 is the responsibility of the CAMO. The CAM is to
              assure himself, through the CAMO, that correct retention processes are being
              followed. The sub-contracted /delegated responsibility is defined in Part Three of this
              CAME. These records include:

              a)     The aircraft MOD F700 or other appropriate Log Books (need to specify) for
                     Airframe, Engine(s) and Propeller(s) delete as appropriate.
              b)     Modification records.
              c)     Inspection records (MOD F707 series Work-cards).
              d)     Component life records.
              e)     Sector record pages (second copy).
              f)     Overhaul records
              g)     Repair records.
              h)     Technical Instructions/Airworthiness Directive compliance records.

              Enter other records/data controlled/held. Where these records are held electronicly
              there needs to be clear direction to where these records are and how they are
              recorded (reference to system manual etc.)

              The maintenance records held by the maintenance organisation will be updated using
              information provided by enter air platform’s name users. This information will take the
              form of copies of the MF700 series of forms (or electronic equivalents) or Technical
              Log Sector Record Pages which will be provided to the Military maintenance
              organization or Mil Part 145 maintenance organisation at the intervals defined in the
              Maintenance Contract which is given in Part Three to this CAME.

              (If the operator controls the aircraft records themselves change the above as
              necessary)

      1.4.2   Monitoring of Maintenance Between Scheduled Maintenance

              This will be dependant on the aircraft operating authority and the maintenance regime
              in place. Relevant CAMO’s need to stipulate how this will be done for their particular
              platform. This needs to include corrective as well as preventative maintenance.


      1.4.3   Sector Record Page Retention (selected MRCO platforms only) (if not applicable
              mark as ‘Not applicable to this platform’)

              Top copies of the Technical Log Sector Record Pages are retained by enter
              operator's name for a period of 36 months from the date of the last entry. The
              maintenance contractor, and where necessary sub-contractor retains all other
              maintenance records, on behalf of enter operator's name, for the periods
              prescribed in EASA regulation M.A.305.

              MF700 series of pages are retained IAW MAP Chapter 7.6 procedures.


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      1.4.4   Access to Continuing Airworthiness Records

              All of the records are accessible by the enter air platform's name CAMO at any
              reasonable time and remain the property of the enter air platform's name CAMO at all
              times. Access to the records by duly authorised members of the MAA or CAA (where
              appropriate) will be arranged where this is necessary.

              If contractor, and where necessary sub-contractors are going to retain the
              airworthiness records then the details and process for MOD access must be clearly
              stipulated.

      1.4.5   Transfer of Continuing Airworthiness Records

              Reference:     RA 4401 – Transfer of Aircraft and Equipment
                             RA 4953(2) – Retention of Records

              In the event of sale or other tansfer (lease-in, lease-out) of an aircraft, the enter air
              platform's name CAMO is required to transfer the records to the new owner or
              operator of the aircraft. All records will be made available by the enter air platform's
              name CAMO for transfer to the new owner/operator.

              Details of the transfer shall be recorded to show who effected the transfer and who
              received the records.

              Reference to where these records are kept should be articulated here.


              NOTE : For PFI type platforms, where aircraft may routinely be transferred between
              the military and the civilian registers, the transfer process will need to be clearly
              documented.


      1.4.6   Access to Continuing          Airworthiness      Records     in   the     Event     of   an
              Accident/Incident

              References:    RA 1430 – Aircraft Accident Response & Post Crash Management

              In the event of an accident or serious incident the Chief Air Engineer (CAE) (or
              nominated representative) on behalf of the Delivery Duty Holder will hold the records
              secure, IAW RA 1430, until requested by the Military Air Accident Inspection Branch.

              Note; It may be necessary to add detail of any computer based records systems in
              this section, if the operator or Maintenance Organisation uses such systems.

   1.5 Accomplishment and Control of Mandatory Requirements for Airworthiness
       (including technical Instructions, Airworthiness Directives, or Other Generic
       Requirements).

        References; RA 5400 series of regulations refer.
                    RA 5303 – Local Technical Committee
                    RA 5304 – Configuration Control Board


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      1.5.1   Access to Technical Instructions

              The enter air platform's name CAMO is responsible for ensuring that the
              accomplishment of all applicable technical instructions are carried out. The following
              mandatory requirements for airworthiness publications as applicable to the aircraft
              operated are subscribed to, and held by the air platforms maintenance organisation
              on behalf of the duty holder:

              a)      Urgent Technical Instructions (UTI).
              b)      Routine Technical Instructions (RTI).
              c)      Servicing Instructions (SI).
              d)      Special Technical Instructions (STI).
              e)      Service Bulletins (SB)
              f)      List other airworthiness publications as applicable.
              g)      For MRCOA, reference to Airworthiness Directives (ADs) will also need
                      to be listed.

              It is expected that the CAMO will review SBs and ADs or other airworthiness
              publications for applicability to military registered aircraft. If it is deemed to be
              applicable then a covering SI(T) - (UTI,RTI, STI or SI) – will be issued.

              Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will control this
              activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated here.

              NOTE: The maintenance organisation may have their own 'library' of mandatory
              publications in which case the text should be amended to suit.
              (This paragraph should demonstrate that there is a comprehensive system for the
              management of airworthiness directives and generic requirements)

      1.5.2   Airworthiness Technical Instruction Decision and Implementation

              The maintenance organisation will be advised by enter Aircraft Operating Authority’s
              name Continuing Airworthiness Manager of any Technical Instructions, or revisions
              thereto, which affect enter air platforms name, engines, propellers or equipment at
              the earliest possible opportunity with a view to establishing compliance.            The
              necessary actions will be agreed between the Continuing       Airworthiness Manager
              and the Maintenance organisation to schedule the compliance with the TI or other
              airworthiness instruction at the first reasonable maintenance inspection within the
              instructions's required compliance time. Where necessary, and required by the
              Technical Instruction, Repetitive Inspections will be introduced until full compliance is
              achieved. The maintenance organisation will be notified of any emergency
              airworthiness directives on receipt. Maintenance schedules will be amended to reflect
              TI requirements.

              The CAMO will support the development of such instructions by advising of any
              impact on availability, capability and sustainability.

              Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure control
              of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated here.

      1.5.3   Technical Instruction Control - Compliance Monitoring


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              Technical Instruction compliance monitoring is the responsibility of enter air platform’s
              name CAMO. The Continuing Airworthiness Manager will review this monitoring at
              the Liaison Meetings. indicated in Para. 1.3.2/1.6.1. Compliance with Technical
              Instruction will be verified by the Quality Manager as part of enter military air
              organisation’s name quality system.

      1.5.4   Technical Instruction Control - Recording of Technical Instruction Compliance

              The method of compliance and when such compliance was achieved will be recorded
              in the aircraft airworthiness records (MF700 series/Log Books/LIS) by the
              maintenance organisation. For Technical Instructions with a repetitive inspection
              content then each and every inspection will be recorded on completion in the aircraft
              airworthiness records.

              Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure control
              of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated here.

      1.5.5   Airworthiness Directives

              Details of how ADs will be assessed and implemented, and how the CAM/CAMO will
              assure control of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be
              articulated here.

 1.6 Analysis of the Effectiveness of the Maintenance Programme

      The CAMO will undertake trending and analysis of maintenance data for reliability purposes.
      This will enable it to act upon faults and arising rates, deferred faults, unscheduled arisings,
      fault issues/trends etc to be able proactively to highlight any concerns/issues/adverse trends.
      Based on these, the CAMO will propose amendments and additions to the existing
      maintenance schedules to the TAA as a result of the analysis.

      Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure control of this
      activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated here.


      1.6.1   Liaison Meetings

              These meetings will address the following areas:

              a)      The Maintenance Programme content.
              b)       The effect on the Maintenance Programme of any TI’s, ADs, modifications or
                       repairs.
              c)      Changes to the operation, which may affect the Maintenance Programme.
              d)      Maintenance findings.
              e)      Other defect reports.
              f)      Quality monitoring product samples (aircraft surveys).
              g)      Changes to the platforms Master Maintenance schedule or manufacturer's
                      maintenance guidance material, Service Bulletins Service Letters etc. and
                      how these affect the Maintenance Programme.
              h)      Other Quality System findings as they impinge upon the platforms
                      maintenance organisations.
              i)      Occurences.
              j)      Project Team engagement
              k)      Statement of Operation and Intended Usage


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                Where appropriate and necessary, amendments to the Maintenance Programme
                will be promulgated by the continuing airworthiness manager for submission to the
                relevant TAA for review.

        1.6.2   Frequency of Meetings

                Liaison meetings will be held at a minimum of enter time intervals and the results of
                any meeting recorded with any actions required allocated to the responsible
                person.

                (The CAM shall decide when he will hold liaison meetings, who will attend and
                what they will discuss). Details of these meetings, and relevant minutes are to be
                articulated here.


1.7     Modification Embodiment Policy

        1.7.1   Modifications General

                References - RA 5300 series of regulations refer.
                             RA 5301 – Control of Designs
                             RA 5303 – local Technical Committee (LTC)
                             RA 5304 – Configuration Control Board

                Modifications will normally take the form of Design Organisations (DO) modification
                leaflets derived from manufacturer's Service Bulletins. Any other changes (i.e. those
                not covered by a manufacturer's Bulletin) will be initiated by the continuing
                airworthiness manager in consultation with the Maintenance organisation.

                Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure control
                of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated here.

        1.7.2   Service Bulletins

                All manufacturer's Service Bulletins applicable to the aircraft operated by enter
                military air organisation’s name will be reviewed in the first instance by the continuing
                airworthiness manager (or his representative) for applicability. Where compliance
                with the Service Bulletins' may be seen as beneficial to enter military air organisation’s
                name then the relevant project team and mainteneance organisation will be advised.
                All relevant SBs will be discussed during the Liaison Meetings.

                Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure control
                of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated here.

        1.7.3   Service Modifications

                Reference: RA 5308 – Service Modifications

                For all changes (Service modifications) other than those introduced by manufacturer's
                SBs' i.e. those proposed by enter air platform’s Project Team name through their
                respective CAMO or the maintenance organisation for operational advantage or other
                reasons then these will be subject to the current regulations detailed in RA 5308.



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              Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure control
              of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated here.


      1.7.4   Design Modifications

              Reference: RA 5313 – Design Modifications – Project Team

              Changes to material are normally to be made by Design Organization Modification
              (DM) action where the aircraft or equipment Design Organization (DO) is contracted
              accordingly. The expeditious embodiment of modifications, once kits are available, is
              of prime importance to achieve maximum operational capability, reliability and
              maintainability from aircraft and equipments. The embodiment of modifications at all
              levels of maintenance is to be given a high priority and is to be actively managed IAW
              RA 5313 .

              Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure control
              of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated here.


      1.7.5   Recording of Modifications

              Reference: RA 5307 – Identification and Recording of Design and
                                    Modification States of Material

              Incorporation of all Modifications, whether introduced through Design Modifications or
              service modification, are to be recorded in the aircraft's airworthiness records IAW RA
              5307.

              Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure control
              of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated here.


      1.7.6   Aircraft Repairs

              References: RA 4403 – Expedient Repair
                          RA 4404 – Aircraft Repair (currently not used)
                          RA 4405 – assessment, Categorization and Repair of Aircraft and
                                      Aircraft Structural Components
                          RA 4406 – New Repair Instructions and Aerospace Equipment Design
                                      Requests
                          RA 5107 – Aircraft Repair Schemes

              Details of how the CAMO will coordinate and provide oversight of repair actions are to
              be articulated here.

              To ensure traceability the CAMO also maintains a centralised record of all locally
              manufactured parts. This includes details of authorisations, quality control checks,
              concessions, component identification and any remedial action. The CAMO should
              ensure proper recording of the date of manufacture and fit, description and
              part/drawing number, SNOW for component manufacture, details of heat treatment
              and proof testing, specification and conformity references, and aircraft/component
              serial number.

              Details of this centralised record should be articulated here.

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  1.8 Fault Reports

      All faults occurring on enter CAMO's name aircraft will be subject to review and analysis for
      their effect upon airworthiness and the safe operation of the aircraft. The CAMO will ensure
      that all faults reported, or those discovered during scheduled maintenance, are managed
      correctly by a Military Maintenance Organization or MRP/Mil Part 145 Approved Maintenance
      Organization

      References:     RA 4307 – Fault Reporting
                      RA 4308 – Narritive Fault Reporting using the MOD Form 760 series

      1.8.1   Analysis

              Aircraft Maintenance Form (MF700C) pages are monitored at regular intervals by
              enter air platform's name CAMO to provide information concerning defects occurring,
              Pilot's reports, maintenance actions and defects of a repetitive nature.

              Maintenance input records (work-packs) will also be reviewed for significant findings
              by the enter air platform's name users and the maintenance organisation which may
              have airworthiness or operational implications.

              The continuing airworthiness manager will assess the findings as necessary and any
              action required agreed before implementation. Implementation may take the
              form of a Maintenance Programme amendment or modification action.

              Details of the CAMO procedure for conducting this analysis must be included here.

      1.8.2   Liaison with Manufacturers and Regulatory Authorities

              The maintenance organisation may be required by the Maintenance Contract to liaise
              with the manufacturer(s) and the MAA on all matters concerning the airworthiness of
              enter air platform's name aircraft. The enter air platform's name continuing
              airworthiness manager is to be advised when such action is necessary by the
              maintenance organisation and will take action required to ensure the continued
              airworthiness of the aircraft

              Details of the CAMO procedure for conducting this analysis must be included here.

      1.8.3   Deferred Fault Policy

              Reference:RA 4206 – Deferment of Maintenance – Guidance on the use of
                                  Limitations and Acceptable Deferred Faults

              The CAMO will periodically review limitations/ADFs and concessions in order to:
                    a)     Highlight and address adverse trends, notifying these to the TAA.
                    b)     Identify any cumulative risk
                    c)     Ensure that, for out of limits faults and damage, or where no limits are
                           in place, advice has been sought from the TAA on airworthiness risk.

              Details of how the CAMO will provide oversight, analysis and control of the deferred
              fault activity and concessions should be articulated here.


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      1.8.4   Non Deferrable faults Away from Base

              Where defects occur that are not listed in the air platforms MEL, repair manual,
              Structural repair manual (SRM) or aircraft expedient repair manual stipulate as
              required then the action that may be taken should be articulated here.


      1.8.5   Repetitive Defects/faults

              If applicable to this platform, details of how the CAMO will provide oversight, analysis
              and control of the repetive defect/fault activity should be articulated here.


      1.8.6   Mandatory Occurrence Reporting

              Reference:     RA 1410 – Occurrence Reporting

              Air or ground Defence Air Safety Occurrence Reports (D-ASORs) are raised IAW
              MAP Chap 7.5.3 whenever an actual or potential hazardous occurrence takes place
              as summarized in GEN 1000 Series Regulations.

              All occurrences, which have maintenance implications, will be analysed by the
              Continuing Airworthiness Manager in consultation with the maintenance organisation.

              Details of the CAMO procedure for conducting this analysis should be articulated
              here.


              For some MRCOA they may also be a requirement to raise Mandatory Occurrence
              Reports (MORs) for issue to the CAA. Alternatively MRCOA operators may receive
              MORs, which have been raised by other civilian operators, that the CAMO needs to
              be aware of. Details of these arrangements need to be articulated here.


      1.8.7   Liaison Meetings

              Liaison Meetings, in addition to those identified in Para. 1.5.1, will be held between
              enter air platform's name Continuing Airworthiness Manager, the maintenance
              organisation, the Quality Manager and any other interested parties to discuss
              airworthiness, quality and D-ASOR issues. The frequency of these meetings
              will not be less than stipulate time period or more frequently if operational
              circumstances and maintenance findings warrant it.

              NOTE: This meeting may be arranged to occur at the same time as the Maintenance
              Programme/Management meeting identified in Para. 1.5.1. All of the 'formal'
              meetings will be recorded and minuted. All actions required in response to
              maintenance findings, follow up actions, audit corrective actions etc. will be duly
              allocated with respect to responsibility. Minutes of these meetings will be held by the
              Continuing Airworthiness Manager and the maintenance organisation. The minutes
              will be made available on request to any duly authorised member of the MAA.

              Reference to where these minutes are held should be referenced here.




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  1.9    Engineering Activity

         Details of who carries out the maintenance activities (Mil part 145 organisation or military
         maintenance organisation etc) and where these activities are carried out, should be
         articulated here.

           For Example:

           a) Forward Maintenance and Flight servicing is carried out by service personnel at the
              MOB (specify) and at deployed locations to meet operational requirements.
           b) Elements of Depth Maintenance (specify which) are carried out by contractor, and
              where necessary sub-contractor XX (specify who), who are Mil 145 accredited, at
              location YY (specify which) under contract XYZ (reference contract).
           c) Other elements of Depth Maintenance (specify which) are carried out by contractor,
              and where necessary sub-contractor AA (specify who), who are 145 accredited, at
              location BB (specify which) under contract ABC (reference contract).

        1.9.1   Tool Control

                Reference: RA4250 – Management of Hand tools and Test and Measuring Equipment
                           RA 4251 – Tool Control Procedures

                Details of the tool control procedures employed at each maintenance site should be
                articulated here.

                Whilst it is accepted that the tool control regime is the responsibility of the
                maintenance organization, the CAMO needs to ensure that the system in place is
                appropriate and robust and that the Duty Holder is fully aware of any risks associated
                with the tool control regime in place, especially if different regimes are employed at
                one location.

  1.10 Flight Servicing Inspections

         IAW MAP Chap 2.8 the aircraft TAA/CAMO, in conjunction with the Front Line Command
         (FLC), must select the flight servicing regime most suited to an aircraft’s concept of
         operations and must provide an appropriate Flight Servicing Schedule (FSS). Where an
         aircraft has different roles and one flight servicing regime is better suited to one role than
         the other then the TAA may produce FSSs for both regimes. The TAA must state in the
         Support Policy Statement (SPS) in the Topic 2(N/A/R) which regime is authorized for use
         in which role and detail the process for transfer between regimes.
        Reference to the flight servicing regime for the aircraft must be detailed here.

        1.10.1 Aircrew Authorisation

        Reference: RA 4158 – Authorization of Aircrew to Carry Out Aircraft Maintenance Work
                   RA 4057 – Flight Servicing
                   RA 4058 – Flight Servicing Competency Checks

                Aircrew may be authorized to carry out flight servicing in accordance with RA 4158
                and MAP Chapter 4.7.1 as detailed in the relevant platform Topic 5B1 (Flight
                Servicing Schedule) or Topic 5Y (Aircrew Landaway Flight Servicing Schedule).
                They must hold authorization MAP–AFS82.

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             These details or any other applicable aircrew authorisation requirements for the
             particular aircraft type must be stipulated here e.g. MRCOA.Details of how the
             CAMO ensures continued competency to carry out flight servicing must be detailed
             here.


      1.10.2 Sub-Contracted Ground Handling Functions

             Reference: RA 4054 – Ground Handling of Aircraft

             For some aircraft types there may be some ground handling functions that could be
             sub-contracted. Details are to be stipulated here. If there are no such requirements for
             the type covered under this CAME then this paragraph should be marked as ‘Not
             applicable to this type’.

      1.10.3 Security of Cargo and Baggage loading

             The security of cargo and baggage loading is the responsibility of the Aircraft
             Commander. Cargo and baggage will only be carried on board the aircraft in those
             areas specifically designed to do so and in accordance with the limitations quoted in
             the stipulate reference.

             Details of how the CAMO assures this activity should be stipulated here.

             E.g. Operation of aircraft systems during the loading and unloading of aircraft is
             normally undertaken by either aircrew or authorized engineering personnel.
             However, to increase operational flexibility within the aircraft fleet, movements
             personnel may be authorized to instruct on, or operate, those aircraft systems
             necessary for loading and unloading aircraft. MAP Chapter 4.7.3 refers.

             (If cargo ops are undertaken then details of the modification to introduce this work
             together with the re-configuration information should be given as a separate, stand
             alone, paragraph. This para should only give a cross reference to where the detail
             may be found).

      1.10.4 Control of Aircraft Refuelling Quantity/Quality

             Reference: RA 4055 – Fuelling Operations for Aircraft on the Ground

             The refuelling of all UK military registered aircraft is to be carried out IAW the
             regulations stated in MAP Chapter 2.6.

             Any deviation from these regulations, for the aircraft types covered by this CAME,
             must be clearly stated here.

      1.10.5 Control of Snow, Ice, Dust and Sand Contamination to an Approved Standard

             Reference:     RA 4056 – Anti-Icing and De-Icing for Parked Aircraft

             Any specific requirements for the aircraft type covered by this CAME must be
             referenced here.

      1.10.6 Certificate of Airworthiness and Airworthiness Review Certificate Validity


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                     Still under MAA development.


  1.11 Aircraft Weighing

        Reference RA 4256 – Aircraft weighing

        Details of when routine aircraft check weighs, and how the CAMO assures compliance
        with regulation, must be detailed or referenced here.

  1.12 Flight Test Procedures

        Reference: RA 4051 Flight Testing of Aircraft

        Details of when test flights for maintenance purposes are conducted should be stipulated
        here. Reference to applicable flight test documentation should also be included e.g. Topic
        5M

        Details of how the CAMO ensures compliance with regulation, must be detailed or
        referenced here.


  1.13 Sample of Documents, Tags and Forms Used

        Any other forms specific to the platform(s) covered by this CAME which are not detailed in
        the MRP are to be detailed here and given as appendices to Part one of this CAME.

  1.14 General Procedures (inc Operational Approval Procedures)

        Enter any other information in subsequent paras that are relevant to the Continuing
        airworthiness management function of your operation. For example Cargo operations,
        Aerial Photography, Parachuting. Content should address role change conversion etc.
        who, what, where, why, when and how.

        Details of any local engineering procedures (e.g AESO’s or AERO’s), which address the
        applicable airworthiness regulatory articles detailed in the MRP must be referenced here.

        All personnel are responsible for reporting difficulties with the procedures via their
        organizations internal feedback mechanisms.

        Information and reference to operational approvals and associated procedures should be
        given in this section. These may include but are not limited to: RVSM, ETOPS, AWOPS,
        RNAV.

        This section should also detail how the organisation manages the implementation of non
        mandatory airworthiness information as appropriate (for example EASA Safety Information
        Notices [SIN])




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                                PART ONE APPENDICES
Standard Forms and Documents in use by enter operator's name.

List the forms/documents commonly used or referred to in the text

     Appendix                           Description                             Issue/Date




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PART 1       CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS PROCEDURES
             (Note that there is an alternate Part 1 layout above. Use only One)

1.0 Continuing Airworthiness Procedures

   Reference: RA 1016 Roles and Responsibilities: CAMO

   This Part One defines the continuing airworthiness management procedures which enter
   name of air platform managed by “enter Aircraft Operating Authority’s name” uses to ensure
   compliance with the continuing airworthiness aspects of Mil Part M. Where some aspects of
   these functions are sub-contracted then this will be clearly defined in the text.

   1.1 Develop and control a maintenance programme including any applicable reliability
       programme, proposing amandments and additions to the maintenance schedule
       to the TAA.

         1.1.1     Aircraft Maintenance Programme – General

          References:        CAE 4200 Series: Maintenance Principles
                             CAE 4250 Series: Maintenance Practices
                             CAE 4350 Series: Publications, schedules and Forms
                             RA 4009 – Station, Ship, Unit and Squadron, Unit Aviation
                             Engineering Orders
                             RA 4062 – Embarked Aviation
                             RA 4457 – Special Instructions
                             RA 4460 – Aviation Local Technical Instructions

                   The purpose of this maintenance programme is to provide maintenance
                   planning instructions necessary for the safe operation of the aircraft. The
                   CAMO holds and uses applicable current maintenance data (the Approved
                   Data Set (ADS)) in the performance of RA 4947 Continuing Airworthiness
                   Management.

                   The Approved Maintenance Programme(s) for enter air platform's name
                   aircraft is as follows:

                   Maintenance schedule Reference: XXXX/XX/XXXX/5A1(or enter equivalent
                   reference)

                                          LIS reference

                   Enter full MP reference (for platforms that may be following a civilian
                   maintenance schedule, enter those details).

                   The CAMO will co-ordinate scheduled maintenance, the application of SI(T)s
                   and the replacement of service life limited parts.

                   Details of how this will be achieved should be articulated here.


         1.1.2     The Maintenance Programme – Sources

                   The Programme is based upon the Manufacturers maintenance planning
                   document which has been amended to reflect in full the recommendations of
                   the airframe, engine, propeller and equipment manufacturers maintenance

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                   recommendations and specific military requirements. Enter information about
                   any other Maintenance Programme, as appropriate (for example, additional
                   environmental checks that may stipulated elsewhere e.g.Topic 2N/A/R)

                   The CAMO will:

                   a) Ensure the maintenance organization has access to the applicable current
                   approved data, including those relating to modifications and repairs.

                   b) Seek instructions from the TAA where no approved data exists for faults
                   arising during maintenance.

                   c) Ensure that all appropriate acceptable deferred faults or limitations are
                   appropriate and that where necessary, advice and guidance has been
                   obtained from higher authority IAW MAP procedures.

                   d) Be responsible for the management and oversight of any issues arising
                   from the maintenance including the delivery and acceptance processes.


                   NOTE more detail on the subjects to be considered as part of the approved
                   Maintenance Programmes, where appropriate is given in MAP Chapter 2.1.

                   The following documents or an alternative acceptable means of compliance
                   must also be produced on all Military Registered aircraft (including MRCOA
                   platforms IAW RA1121(4)) and be referenced here.

                   a)       Safety Management Plan – Reference
                   b)       Release to Service (RTS) - Reference
                   c)       Statement of Operating Intent and Usage (SOIU) – Reference
                   d)       Operating Data Manual (ODM) – Reference
                   e)       Flight Reference Cards (FRCs) – Reference
                   f)       Aircrew Manuals (AM) – Reference
                   g)       Support Policy Statement – Reference

                   Note: When a civil type of aircraft is taken into military use and the proposed
                   service use does not invalidate the civil aircrew publications, the PTL, with
                   RTSA approval, may authorise their use thus obviating the need for service
                   manuals.

         1.1.3     The Maintenance Programme Owner – responsibilities

                   The Maintenance Programme has been produced by enter name of the
                   relevant project team (PT) on behalf of the CAMO. The Type Airworthiness
                   Authority (TAA) approves its use.

         1.1.4     Holders of the Maintenance Programme

                   A copy of the Maintenance Programme will be held by;

                   a) The Air Platform’s Continuing Airworthiness Manager.
                   b) The contracted Mil Part 145 maintenance organisations or military
                      equivalent.
                   c) The relevant PT.

                   Enter other organisations/persons, as appropriate
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         1.1.5     Analysis of the Effectiveness of the Maintenance Programme

                   Enter air platform’s name CAMO remains responsible for this subject . The
                   continuing airworthiness manager will, analyse and monitor the effectiveness
                   of the Maintenance Programme through regular Liaison Meetings.

                   These meetings will address the following areas:

                   a) The Maintenance Programme content.
                   b) The effect on the Maintenance Programme of any TI’s, ADs, modifications
                       or repairs.
                   c) Changes to the operation, which may affect the Maintenance Programme.
                   d) Maintenance findings.
                   e) Other defect reports.
                   f) Quality monitoring product samples (aircraft surveys).
                   g) Changes to the platforms Master Maintenance schedule or manufacturer's
                      maintenance guidance material, Service Bulletins Service Letters etc. and
                      how these affect the Maintenance Programme.
                   h) Other Quality System findings as they impinge upon the platforms
                      maintenance organisations.
                   i) Occurences.
                   j) Project Team engagement
                   k) Statement of Operation and Intended Usage

                   Where appropriate and necessary, amendments to the Maintenance
                   Programme will be promulgated by the continuing airworthiness manager for
                   submission to the relevant TAA for review.

         1.1.6     Liaison Meetings

                   These meetings will address the following areas:

                   a) The Maintenance Programme content.
                   b) The effect on the Maintenance Programme of any TI’s, ADs, modifications
                       or repairs.
                   c) Changes to the operation, which may affect the Maintenance Programme.
                   d) Maintenance findings.
                   e) Other defect reports.
                   f) Quality monitoring product samples (aircraft surveys).
                   g) Changes to the platforms Master Maintenance schedule or manufacturer's
                      maintenance guidance material, Service Bulletins Service Letters etc. and
                      how these affect the Maintenance Programme.
                   h) Other Quality System findings as they impinge upon the platforms
                      maintenance organisations.
                   i) Occurences.
                   j) Project Team engagement
                   k) Statement of Operation and Intended Usage


                   Where appropriate and necessary, amendments to the Maintenance
                   Programme will be promulgated by the continuing airworthiness manager for
                   submission to the relevant TAA for review.




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          1.1.7    Frequency of Meetings

                   Liaison meetings will be held at a minimum of enter time intervals and the
                   results of any meeting recorded with any actions required allocated to the
                   responsible person.

                   (The CAM shall decide when he will hold liaison meetings, who will attend and
                   what they will discuss). Details of these meetings, and relevant minutes are to
                   be articulated here.


          1.1.8    Development and Amendment

                   Development and amendment of the Maintenance Programme is the product
                   of the CAMO's actions in monitoring the effectiveness of the Programme (see
                   Paragraph 1.5), this together with the recommendations received from the
                   contracted Mil Part 145 maintenance organisations(s) or military equivalent,
                   and the operator's response to type airworthiness information published by the
                   manufacturers of aircraft, engines, propellers delete if n/a and equipment in
                   the form of Technical Instructions (TI’s), Service Bulletins (SB), changes to the
                   aircraft master maintenance schedule (5A1 or LIS equivalent) etc. change to
                   reflect the data used by the air platform operator in relation to the type of
                   aircraft operated. Any recommendations for amendment will be presented to
                   the TAA for approval.

          1.1.9    Maintenance Programme Meetings

                   Liaison Meetings between the Continuing Airworthiness Manager and the
                   maintenance organisation will be held at intervals not exceeding specify time
                   period to discuss and review the effectiveness of the Maintenance
                   Programme.

                   Detail these meeting requirements (agenda) and where minutes are held.

          1.1.10   Maintenance Programme Amendments

                   References:       RA 4353 – Amendment to Technical Information

                   The MOD CAMO will manage and amend the maintenance programmes for
                   UK military registered aircraft.

                    Amendments will be fully supported and recorded as detailed in para 1..3.1
                     above.
                    The TAA will approve all amendments to a maintenance programme.

          1.1.11   Maintenance Programme Extensions/Variations

                 All extensions/variations, beyond a defined limit, (limit needs to be defined,
                 and referenced, for specific aircraft type e.g. 10%) to the Maintenance
                 Programme will be agreed between the Continuing Airworthiness Manager (or
                 his approved representative within a PT, who in turn will inform the CAM of
                 any extension/variation outside of that defined limit) and the maintenance
                 organisation. Extensions/Variations will only be within the guidelines defined
                 in the programme (Reference to the maximum allowable limit is also to be
                 made). These variations will only be requested when circumstances arise
                 which could not reasonably have been anticipated by enter air platform users.
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                   Acceptable reasons would be, say, the aircraft being unable to return on time
                   to the maintenance base due to exceptional operational commitments.

         1.1.12    Variations in Excess of that Allowed by Programme

                   Any requests for variations to the Maintenance Programme outside the
                   limitations given in 1.2.4 will be submitted by the Continuing Airworthiness
                   Manager to the PT following consultation, and agreement with the
                   Maintenance organisation. These variations will only be sought in exceptional
                   circumstances


   1.2 Manage the embodiment of modifications and repairs

         1.2.1     Modifications General

                   References -        CAE 5300 series of regulations refer.
                                       RA 5301 – Control of Designs
                                       RA 5303 – local Technical Committee (LTC)
                                       RA 5304 – Configuration Control Board

                   Modifications will normally take the form of Design Organisations (DO)
                   modification leaflets derived from manufacturer's Service Bulletins. Any other
                   changes (i.e. those not covered by a manufacturer's Bulletin) will be initiated
                   by the continuing airworthiness manager in consultation with the Maintenance
                   organisation.

                   Details of how the CAMO exerts control over the modification development
                   and embodiment process should be articulated here. E.g. involvement with
                   LTC’s and CCB’s.

          1.2.2    Service Bulletins

                   All manufacturer's Service Bulletins applicable to the aircraft operated by enter
                   military air organisation’s name will be reviewed in the first instance by the
                   continuing airworthiness manager (or his representative) for applicability.
                   Where compliance with the Service Bulletins' may be seen as beneficial to
                   enter military air organisation’s name then the relevant project team and
                   mainteneance organisation will be advised. All relevant SBs will be discussed
                   during the Liaison Meetings.

          1.2.3    Service Modifications

                   Reference: RA 5308 – Service Modifications

                   For all changes (Service modifications) other than those introduced by
                   manufacturer's SBs' i.e. those proposed by enter air platform’s Project Team
                   name through their respective CAMO or the maintenance organisation for
                   operational advantage or other reasons then these will be subject to the
                   current regulations detailed in RA 5308.

                   Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure
                   control of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be
                   articulated here.


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          1.2.4    Design Modifications

                   Reference: RA 5313 – Design Modifications – Project Team

                   Changes to material are normally to be made by Design Organization
                   Modification (DM) action where the aircraft or equipment Design Organization
                   (DO) is contracted accordingly. The expeditious embodiment of modifications,
                   once kits are available, is of prime importance to achieve maximum
                   operational capability, reliability and maintainability from aircraft and
                   equipments. The embodiment of modifications at all levels of maintenance is
                   to be given a high priority and is to be actively managed IAW RA 5313 .

                   Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure
                   control of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be
                   articulated here.


          1.2.5    Recording of Modifications

                   Reference: RA 5307 – Identification and Recording of Design and
                                   Modification States of Material

                   Incorporation of all Modifications, whether introduced through Design
                   Modifications or service modification, are to be recorded in the aircraft's
                   airworthiness records IAW RA 5307.

                   Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure
                   control of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be
                   articulated here.

          1.2.6    Aircraft Repairs

                   References:        RA 4403 – Expedient Repair
                                      RA 4404 – Aircraft Repair (currently not used)
                                      RA 4405 – assessment, Categorization and Repair of
                                                Aircraft and Aircraft Structural Components
                                      RA 4406 – New Repair Instructions and Aerospace
                                                Equipment Design Requests
                                      RA 5107 – Aircraft Repair Schemes

                   Details of how the CAMO will coordinate and provide oversight of repair action
                   against each airframe are to be articulated here.


   1.3    Ensure that all maintenance is carried out in accordance with the approved
          maintenance programme and released in accordance with MRP Maintenance
          Certification Regulation




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          1.3.1    Flight Test Procedures

                   Reference: RA 4051 Flight Testing of Aircraft

                   Details of when test flights for maintenance purposes are conducted should be
                   stipulated here. Reference to applicable flight test documentation should also
                   be included e.g. Topic 5M

                   Details of how the CAMO assures compliance with regulation, must be
                   detailed or referenced here.


          1.3.2    Flight Servicing Inspections

                   IAW MAP Chap 2.8 the aircraft TAA/CAMO, in conjunction with the Front
                   Line Command (FLC), must select the flight servicing regime most suited to
                   an aircraft’s concept of operations and must provide an appropriate Flight
                   Servicing Schedule (FSS). Where an aircraft has different roles and one
                   flight servicing regime is better suited to one role than the other then the
                   TAA may produce FSSs for both regimes. The TAA must state in the
                   Support Policy Statement (SPS) in the Topic 2(N/A/R) which regime is
                   authorized for use in which role and detail the process for transfer between
                   regimes.
                   Reference to the flight servicing regime for the aircraft must be detailed here.


          1.3.3    Aircrew Authorisation

                   Reference: RA 4158 – Authorization of Aircrew to Carry Out Aircraft
                                          Maintenance Work
                              RA 4057 – Flight Servicing
                              RA 4058 – Flight Servicing Competency Checks

                   Aircrew may be authorized to carry out flight servicing in accordance with RA
                   4158 and MAP Chapter 4.7.1 as detailed in the relevant platform Topic 5B1
                   (Flight Servicing Schedule) or Topic 5Y (Aircrew Landaway Flight Servicing
                   Schedule). They must hold authorization MAP–AFS82.

                   These details or any other applicable aircrew authorisation requirements for
                   the particular aircraft type must be stipulated here e.g. MRCOA.Details of
                   how the CAMO ensures continued competency to carry out flight servicing
                   must be detailed here.

          1.3.4    Sub-Contracted Ground Handling Functions

                   Reference: RA 4054 – Ground Handling of Aircraft

                   For some aircraft types there may be some ground handling functions that
                   could be sub-contracted. Details are to be stipulated here. If there are no such
                   requirements for the type covered under this CAME then this paragraph
                   should be marked as ‘Not applicable to this type’.

          1.3.5    Security of Cargo and Baggage loading



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                   The security of cargo and baggage loading is the responsibility of the Aircraft
                   Commander. Cargo and baggage will only be carried on board the aircraft in
                   those areas specifically designed to do so and in accordance with the
                   limitations quoted in the stipulate reference.

                   Details of how the CAMO assures this activity should be stipulated here.

                   E.g. Operation of aircraft systems during the loading and unloading of
                   aircraft is normally undertaken by either aircrew or authorized engineering
                   personnel. However, to increase operational flexibility within the aircraft fleet,
                   movements personnel may be authorized to instruct on, or operate, those
                   aircraft systems necessary for loading and unloading aircraft. MAP Chapter
                   4.7.3 refers.

                   (If cargo ops are undertaken then details of the modification to introduce this
                   work together with the re-configuration information should be given as a
                   separate, stand alone, paragraph. This para should only give a cross
                   reference to where the detail may be found).

          1.3.6    Control of Aircraft Refuelling Quantity/Quality

                   Reference: RA 4055 – Fuelling Operations for Aircraft on the Ground

                   The refuelling of all UK military registered aircraft is to be carried out IAW the
                   regulations stated in MAP Chapter 2.6.

                   Any deviation from these regulations, for the aircraft types covered by this
                   CAME, must be clearly stated here.

          1.3.7    Control of Snow, Ice, Dust and Sand Contamination to an Approved
                   Standard

                   Reference: RA 4056 – Anti-Icing and De-Icing for Parked Aircraft

                   Any specific requirements for the aircraft type covered by this CAME must be
                   referenced here.

          1.3.8    Certificate of Airworthiness and Airworthiness Review Certificate
                   Validity

                      Still under MAA development.

          1.3.9    General Procedures (inc Operational Approval Procedures)

                   (Enter any other information in subsequent paras that are relevant to the
                   Continuing airworthiness management function of your operation. For
                   example Cargo operations, Aerial Photography, Parachuting. Content
                   should address role change conversion etc. who, what, where, why, when
                   and how.)

                   Details of any local engineering procedures (e.g AESO’s or AERO’s), which
                   address the applicable airworthiness regulatory articles detailed in the MRP
                   (4000 series and some 1000 and 5000 series RA’s), must be referenced
                   here.


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                   Information and reference to operational approvals and associated procedures
                   should be given in this section. These may include but are not limited to:
                   RVSM, ETOPS, AWOPS, RNAV.

                   This section should also detail how the organisation manages the
                   implementation of non mandatory airworthiness information as appropriate (for
                   example EASA Safety Information Notices [SIN])



    1.4    Ensure that all applicable SI(T)s are applied

           References: RA 5400 series of regulations

           1.4.1   Access to Technical Instructions (TI’s)

                   The enter air platform's name CAMO is responsible for ensuring that the
                   accomplishment of all applicable technical instructions are carried out. The
                   following mandatory requirements for airworthiness publications as applicable
                   to the aircraft operated are subscribed to, and held by the air platforms
                   maintenance organisation on behalf of the duty holder:

                   a)   Urgent Technical Instructions (UTI).
                   b)   Routine Technical Instructions (RTI).
                   c)   Servicing Instructions (SI).
                   d)   Special Technical Instructions (STI).
                   e)   Service Bulletins
                   f)   List other airworthiness publications as applicable.
                   g)   For MRCOA, reference to Airworthiness Directives will also need
                        to be listed.

                   Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will control
                   this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated
                   here.
                   NOTE: The maintenance organisation may have their own 'library' of
                   mandatory publications in which case the text should be amended to suit.
                   (This paragraph should demonstrate that there is a comprehensive system for
                   the management of airworthiness directives and generic requirements)


           1.4.2   Technical Instruction Control - Compliance Monitoring

                   Technical Instruction compliance monitoring is the responsibility of enter air
                   platform’s name CAMO. The Continuing Airworthiness Manager will review
                   this monitoring at the Liaison Meetings. indicated in Para. 1.3.2/1.6.1.
                   Compliance with Technical Instruction will be verified by the Quality Manager
                   as part of enter military air organisation’s name quality system.

           1.4.3   Technical Instruction Control - Recording of Technical Instruction
                   Compliance

                 The method of compliance and when such compliance was achieved will be
                 recorded in the aircraft airworthiness records (MF700 series/Log Books/LIS)
                 by the maintenance organisation. For Technical Instructions with a repetitive
                 inspection content then each and every inspection will be recorded on
                 completion in the aircraft airworthiness records.
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                   It is expected that the CAMO will review SBs and ADs or other airworthiness
                   publications for applicability to military registered aircraft. If it is deemed to be
                   applicable then a covering SI(T) - (UTI,RTI, STI or SI) – will be issued.


                   Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure
                   control of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be
                   articulated here.


1.5   Ensure that all faults reported, or those discovered during scheduled maintenance,
      are corrected by a military maintenance organization or appropriate approved
      maintenance organization

      All faults occurring on enter air platform's name aircraft will be subject to review and
      analysis for their effect upon airworthiness and the safe operation of the aircraft.

      References:     RA 4307 – Fault Reporting
                      RA 4308 – Narritive Fault Reporting using the MOD Form 760 series

      1.5.1   Analysis

              Aircraft Maintenance Form (MF700C) pages are monitored at regular intervals by
              enter air platform's name CAMO to provide information concerning defects
              occurring, Pilot's reports, maintenance actions and defects of a repetitive nature.
              Maintenance input records (work-packs) will also be reviewed for significant
              findings by the enter air platform's name users and the maintenance organisation
              which may have airworthiness or operational implications.

              The continuing airworthiness manager will assess the findings as necessary and
              any action required agreed before implementation. Implementation may take the
              form of a Maintenance Programme amendment or modification action.

              Details of the CAMO procedure for conducting this analysis must be included here.

      1.5.2   Liaison with Manufacturers and Regulatory Authorities

              The maintenance organisation may be required by the Maintenance Contract to
              liaise with the manufacturer(s) and the MAA on all matters concerning the
              airworthiness of enter air platform's name aircraft. The enter air platform's name
              continuing airworthiness manager is to be advised when such action is necessary
              by the maintenance organisation and will take action required to ensure the
              continued airworthiness of the aircraft

              Details of the CAMO procedure for conducting this analysis must be included here.

      1.5.3   Deferred Defect Policy

              Reference: RA 4206 – Deferment of Maintenance – Guidance on the use of
                                   Limitations and Acceptable Deferred Faults

              The CAMO will periodically review limitations/ADFs and concessions in order to:
                     a) Highlight and address adverse trends, notifying these to the TAA.
                     b) Identify any cumulative risk

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                              c) Ensure that, for out of limits faults and damage, or where no limits
                                 are in place, advice has been sought from the TAA on airworthiness
                                 risk.

               Details of how the CAMO will provide oversight, analysis and control of the
               deferred defect activity should be articulated here.


      1.5.4    Non Deferrable Defects Away from Base

               Where defects occur that are not listed in the air platforms Aircraft Data Set (ADS)
               then details of the action to be taken should be stipulated here.

      1.5.5 Minimum Equipment List (MEL) Application

              (or equivalent document within the platform ADS. This needs to be stipulated.)

              (if not applicable mark as ‘Not applicable to this platform’)

              If applicable then enter reference of where information may be found or enter
              similar information here.

              If it is permissible to defer defects IAW RA 4206 & MAP Chap 5.4.2 then a
              definitive statement of such needs to be made and a reference to the deferment
              process, over and above the MEL requirements needs to be made.

              1.5.5.1 MEL procedure

                       Details of the air platform's MEL procedure, or reference to them, are to
                       be entered here.

              1.5.5.2 Management of the MEL Rectification Intervals (RI’s)

                       The time limit for the defect rectification or “rectification interval” is
                       specified in the MEL in Flight Hours/Cycles/Calendar Time (A,B,C or D)
                       so that the defect rectification may be performed before the specified
                       MMEL limit.

              1.5.5.3 MEL Rectification Interval expiry.

                       Dispatch of the aircraft is not allowed after expiry of the Rectification
                       Interval specified in the MEL, unless:

                       iii)        The Rectification Interval is extended in accordance with an
                                   “Extension procedure” enter details of procedure approved by enter
                                   appropriate authority.

                       iv)         The defect has been rectified.



      1.5.6    Engineering Activity




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                 Details of who carries out the maintenance activities (Mil part 145 organization or
                 military maintenance organization etc) and where these activities are carried out,
                 should be articulated here.

                 For Example:

                 a)     Forward Maintenance and Flight servicing is carried out by service
                        personnel at the MOB (specify) and at deployed locations to meet
                        operational requirements.
                 b)     Elements of Depth Maintenance (specify which) are carried out by
                        contractor, and where necessary sub-contractor XX (specify who), who are
                        Mil 145 accredited, at location YY (specify which) under contract XYZ
                        (reference contract).
                 c)     Other elements of Depth Maintenance (specify which) are carried out by
                        contractor, and where necessary sub-contractor AA (specify who), who are
                        145 accredited, at location BB (specify which) under contract ABC
                        (reference contract).

        1.5.7    Tool Control

                 Reference: RA 4250 – Management of Hand Tools and Test and Measuring
                            Equipment
                            RA 4251 – Tool Control Procedures

                 Details of the tool control procedures employed at each maintenance site should
                 be articulated here.

                 Whilst it is accepted that the tool control regime is the responsibility of the
                 maintenance organization, the CAMO needs to ensure that the system in place is
                 appropriate and robust and that the Duty Holder is fully aware of any risks
                 associated with the tool control regime in place, especially if different regimes are
                 employed at one location.


  1.6    Co-ordinate scheduled maintenance, the application of SI(T)s and the replacement
         of service life limited parts.

         1.6.1     Maintenance Certification

                Reference: RA 4300 – Certification of Aircraft Maintenance Documentation


                The CAMO ensures that details of all work carried out is recorded. The records
                required by RA 4300 shall be retained.

                All maintenance is to be certified by authorised persons through the completion of
                appropriate MF 700 series of forms as stipulated in the MRP.

                Where air platforms are not utilising the MF700 series of forms, the process for
                maintenance certification is to be clearly articulated.

                For some air platforms (e.g. MRCOA) this may be achieved by issuance of a
                Certificate of Release to Service as applicable to the aircraft type on the United
                Kingdom register and as per Mil Part 145.


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           Where depth maintenance is carried out by industry and certified on their
           documentation, this is to be stated here along with details of how the CAMO is
           assured of this activity.

           Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure
           control of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated
           here.


      1.6.2 Airworthiness Technical Instruction Decision and Implementation

           The maintenance organisation will be advised by enter Aircraft Operating Authority’s
           name Continuing Airworthiness Manager of any Technical Instructions, or revisions
           thereto, which affect enter air platforms name, engines, propellers or equipment at
           the earliest possible opportunity with a view to establishing compliance. The
           necessary actions will be agreed between the Continuing Airworthiness Manager
           and the Maintenance organisation to schedule the compliance with the TI or other
           airworthiness instruction at the first reasonable maintenance inspection within the
           instructions required compliance time. Where necessary, and required by the
           Technical Instruction, Repetitive Inspections will be introduced until full compliance
           is achieved. The maintenance organisation will be notified of any emergency
           airworthiness directives on receipt. Maintenance schedules will be amended to
           reflect TI requirements.

           The CAMO will support the development of such instructions by advising of any
           impact on availability, capability and sustainability.


           Details of how this will be accomplished, and how the CAM/CAMO will assure
           control of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be articulated
           here.

      1.6.3 Airworthiness Directives

           Details of how ADs will be assessed and implemented, and how the CAM/CAMO will
           assure control of this activity, for the platforms detailed in this CAME, should be
           articulated here.

      1.6.4 Mandatory Life Limitations

           Reference: RA 4204 – Lifing of Aircraft Components

           Mandatory Life Limitations are those imposed by the manufacturers and/or the TAA.
           A listing of these are provided in the Maintenance Programme in enter details of the
           documentation that provides this information.

      1.6.5 Structural Inspections, Corrosion Control, Reliability and Engine Health
            Monitoring

           References: CAE 4500 Series: Airframe and Engines
           RA 5720 – Structural Integrity Management
           RA 5721 – Systems Integrity Management
           RA 5722 – Propulsion Integrity Management
           RA 5723 – Ageing Aircraft Audit


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                For those aircraft that have mandated SID or damage tolerant structures
                programmes enter the appropriate reference programmes here.

                All Military Registered aircraft (including MRCO platforms) shall be subjected to an
                Ageing Aircraft Audit (AAA), or provide alternative acceptable means of compliance,
                to give confidence that airworthiness risks are at least tolerable and As Low As
                Reasonably Practicable (ALARP), as the fleet ages and regulatory requirements
                evolve. RA 5723 refers.

                Details of the AAA stategy for the platform(s) detailed in this CAME must be detailed
                or referenced here.

        1.6.6 Inspection Standards

                Reference: RA 1004 - TBD

                Currently not used.

  1.7    Manage and archive all continuing airworthiness records and the
         MF700/operator’s technical log.

         References: RA 4300 – Certification of Aircraft Maintenance Documentation
                     RA 4305 – Electronic Documentation of Aircraft MAintenance
                     RA 4311 - Retention of Military Aviation Engineering Documentation
                     RA 4312 – Scanning and Electronic Storage of Military Aviation
                                   Engineering Documentation
                     RA 4953 – Record Keeping – MRP Part M Sub Part G

        1.7.1    Fatigue Cycles Recording

                Continuing Airworthiness records, including hours and all Fatigue Index cycles
                (specify which are relevant to this platform) recording for enter air platforms name
                aircraft are the responsibility of the operator however the task of controlling the
                records in accordance with RA 4953 is the responsibility of the CAMO. The CAM is
                to assure himself, through the CAMO, that correct retention processes are being
                followed. The sub-contracted /delegated responsibility is defined in Part Three of this
                CAME. These records include:

                a)    The aircraft MOD F700 or other appropriate Log Books (need to specify) for
                         Airframe, Engine(s) and Propeller(s) delete as appropriate.
                b)    Modification records.
                c)    Inspection records (MOD F707 series Work-cards).
                d)    Component life records.
                e)    Sector record pages (second copy).
                f)    Overhaul records
                g)    Repair records.
                h)    Technical Instructions/Airworthiness Directive compliance records.

                Enter other records/data controlled/held. Where these records are held electronicly
                there needs to be clear direction to where these records are and how they are
                recorded (reference to system manual etc.)

                The maintenance records held by the maintenance organisation will be updated
                using information provided by enter air platform’s name users. This information will
                take the form of copies of the MF700 series of forms (or electronic equivalents) or
                Technical Log Sector Record Pages which will be provided to the Military
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           maintenance organization or Mil Part 145 maintenance organisation at the intervals
           defined in the Maintenance Contract which is given in Part Three to this CAME.

           (If the operator controls the aircraft records themselves change the above as
           necessary)

      1.7.2 Monitoring of Maintenance Between Scheduled Maintenance

           This will be dependant on the aircraft operating authority and the maintenance
           regime in place. Relevant CAMO’s need to stipulate how this will be done for their
           particular platform. This needs to include corrective as well as preventative
           maintenance.


      1.7.3 Sector Record Page Retention (selected MRCO platforms only)
            (if not applicable mark as ‘Not applicable to this platform’)

           Top copies of the Technical Log Sector Record Pages are retained by enter
           operator's name for a period of 36 months from the date of the last entry. The
           maintenance contractor, and where necessary sub-contractor retains all other
           maintenance records, on behalf of enter operator's name, for the periods prescribed
           in EASA regulation M.A.305.

           MF700 series of pages are retained IAW MAP Chapter 7.6 procedures.


      1.7.4 Access to Continuing Airworthiness Records

           All of the records are accessible by the enter air platform's name CAMO at any
           reasonable time and remain the property of the enter air platform's name CAMO at
           all times. Access to the records by duly authorised members of the MAA or CAA
           (where appropriate) will be arranged where this is necessary.

           If contractor, and where necessary sub-contractors are going to retain the
           airworthiness records then the details and process for MOD access must be clearly
           stipulated.

      1.7.5 Transfer of Continuing Airworthiness Records

           Reference:       RA 4401 – Transfer of Aircraft and Equipment
                            RA 4953(2) – Retention of Records

           In the event of sale or other transfer (lease-in, lease-out) of an aircraft, the enter air
           platform's name CAMO is required to transfer the records to the new owner or
           operator of the aircraft. All records will be made available by the enter air platform's
           name CAMO for transfer to the new owner/operator.

           Details of the transfer shall be recorded to show who effected the transfer and who
           received the records.

           Reference to where these records are kept should be articulated here.


           NOTE : For PFI type platforms, where aircraft may routinely be transferred between
           the military and the civilian registers, the transfer process will need to be clearly
           documented.
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      1.7.6 Access to Continuing        Airworthiness    Records      in   the    Event     of   an
            Accident/Incident

           References:      RA 1430 – Aircraft Accident Response & Post Crash Management

           In the event of an accident or serious incident the Chief Air Engineer (CAE) (or
           nominated representative) on behalf of the Delivery Duty Holder will hold the
           records secure, IAW RA 1430, until requested by the Military Air Accident Inspection
           Branch.

           Note; It may be necessary to add detail of any computer based records systems in
           this section, if the operator or Maintenance Organisation uses such systems.

      1.7.7 The MOD Form 700 (if not applicable mark as N/A).

           References: RA 4302 – MOD Form 700 Documentation
                       RA 4305 – Electronic Documentation of Aircraft Maintenance
                       RA 4306 – Management of Arisings within a Ground Maintenance
                                  System (GMS)
                       RA 4307 – Fault Reporting
                       RA 4311 – Retention of Military Aviation Engineering Documentation

                   A clear statement that the MF700 in use only uses forms as detailed in the
                   MAP should be made here. If additional forms are used, their details
                   should be articulated here along with details which authorises their use.

           1.7.7.1 MOD Form 700A – Aircraft Log Cover

                    A clear declaration that the MF700A is being used must be made.
                    Enter details of the MF700A contents as applicable to this air platform or
                    detail the reference which details the required contents e.g. 2 A/N/R 1.

           1.7.7.2 MOD Form 700C – Aircraft Maintenance Form Cover

                    A clear declaration that the MF 700C is being used, IAW the MRP, must
                    be made.

                    Enter details of the MF 700C contents as applicable to this air platform or
                    detail the reference which details the required contents e.g. platform MF
                    799/1 (this may be attached as an appendix). If there are additional forms
                    used these should be listed here and copies attached as appendices.

           1.7.7.3 MOD Form 700D – Engineering Record Card Cover

                    A clear declaration that the MF700D is being used must be made along
                    with reference to the relevant document which states what must be
                    included e.g.Topic 2 A/N/R 1 or Topic 5A1 etc..

           1.7.7.4 Work recording on Logistic Information Systems (LIS)




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                     References: RA 4303 – Logistic Information Systems
                                 RA 4304 – Electronic Certification of Aircraft Maintenance

                     Details of the LIS in use must be included here, along with reference to
                     the applicable operations manual for the LIS.



      1.7.8 The Technical Log (if not applicable mark as ‘Not applicable to this platform’)

                   References:RA 4300 - Certification of Aircraft Maintenance Documentation
                               RA 4303 – Logistic Information Systems
                               RA 4304 – Electronic Certification of Aircraft Maintenance
                               RA 4305 – Electronic Documentation of Aircraft Maintenance
                               RA 4306 – Management of Arisings within a Ground
                                          Maintenance System (GMS)
                               RA 4307 – Fault Reporting
                               RA 4311 – Retention of Military Aviation Engineering
                                          Documentation
                               RA 4953 - Record Keeping – Mil Part M Sub Part G


           The Technical Log in use with enter air platform's name is designed to allow
           recording of defects, malfunctions, and maintenance performed on the aircraft to
           which it applies whilst the aircraft is operating between scheduled maintenance
           inspections. In addition it includes maintenance information required by the
           operating crew and is used for recording operating information relevant to flight
           safety. The continuing airworthiness information includes:

           a)      the operating crews observations and remarks as a result of aircraft
                        operation in service including the aircraft, engine(s), propellers,
                        components and system technical status;
           b)           defects or incidents having effect on airworthiness;
           c)      results of technical inspections requested by the maintenance organisation;
           d)      maintenance performed by the contracted maintenance organisation which
                   details:
                   i) defect rectification action taken and associated responses to crews
                        requests and/or remarks;
                   ii) scheduled maintenance inspections performed;
                   iii) next due scheduled maintenance inspections.
                   iv) where applicable, any MEL technical limitations proposed by the
                        Maintenance Organisation

           1.7.8.1 The Technical Log Contents

                     The enter name of operator Technical Log contains Five sections:

                     Section 1       This section details the operator's name and address, the
                                     aircraft type and the registration.

                     Section 2    A copy of the current Certificate of Release to Service
                                  following Scheduled Maintenance as issued by the Part 145
                                  Maintenance contractor, and where necessary sub-contractor.
                           This part also contains enter any        other information detailed on


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                         the CRS i.e. Out of Phase       maintenance      items, repetitive line
                         inspection details etc. As      appropriate.

                   Section 3    This section contains the Sector Record Pages, an
                                example of which is provided as enter location of sample
                                i.e. Section 5 Appendix 1.

                   Section 4    This section contains the Acceptable Deferred Defects
                                pages, an example of which is provided as enter location of
                                sample i.e. Section 5 Appendix 1.

                   Section 5    This section details the maintenance support information.
                                This includes enter details of information i.e. contracted
                                Maintenance Organisation name, telephone contact
                                numbers etc.

                                Note:     Section numbers can be altered to suit operator's
                                individual requirements.

                   Detailed instructions for the use of the Technical Log are contained within
                   enter where the instructions may be found enter the info. into this section.

                   Any changes to the Technical Log will be submitted to Civil Aviation
                   Authority Safety Regulation Group, assigned Regional Office as listed in
                   Airworthiness Notice 29 for approval prior to being put into use. MAA
                   should be informed.

                   In the event that unscheduled maintenance and/or defect rectification is
                   required to be carried out away from main base, by another Part 145
                   approved maintenance organisation, the prior agreement of the primary
                   maintenance contractor, and where necessary sub-contractor must be
                   sought. The organisation carrying out         such maintenance will be
                   required to issue a Certificate of Release to Service in the Technical Log.

                   Enter the operator's name will ensure that copies of all Technical Log
                   Sector Record Pages, and any other pertinent maintenance-related
                   information, are forwarded promptly to the maintenance contractor, and
                   where necessary sub-contractor, to allow them to perform their planning
                   and maintenance co-ordination functions.

      1.7.9 Sample of Documents, Tags and Forms Used

            Any other forms specific to the platform(s) covered by this CAME which are not
            detailed in the MRP are to be detailed here and given as appendices to Part one of
            this CAME.


  1.8 Ensure that the weight and moment statement reflects the current status of the
      aircraft.

      Reference RA 4256 – Aircraft weighing

      Details of when routine aircraft check weighs, and how the CAMO assures compliance
      with regulation, must be detailed or referenced here.


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  1.9 Initiate and co-ordinate any necessary actions and follow up activity highlighted by
      an occurrence report.

      1.9.1   Mandatory Occurrence Reporting

              Reference: RA 1410 – Occurrence Reporting

              Air or ground Defence Air Safety Occurrence Reports (D-ASORs) are raised
              IAW MAP Chap 7.5.3 whenever an actual or potential hazardous occurrence
              takes place as summarized in GEN 1000 Series Regulations.

              All occurrences, which have maintenance implications, will be analysed by the
              Continuing Airworthiness Manager in consultation with the maintenance
              organisation.

              Details of the CAMO procedure for conducting this analysis should be articulated
              here.

              For some MRCOA they may also be a requirement to raise Mandatory Occurrence
              Reports (MORs) for issue to the CAA. Alternatively MRCOA operators may receive
              MORs, which have been raised by other civilian operators, that the CAMO needs
              to be aware of.


      1.9.2   Liaison Meetings

              Liaison Meetings, in addition to those identified in Para. 1.1.6/1.6.1, will be held
              between enter air platform's name Continuing Airworthiness Manager, the
              maintenance organisation, the Quality Manager and any other interested parties to
              discuss airworthiness, quality and D-ASOR issues. The frequency of these
              meetings will not be less than stipulate time period or more frequently if operational
              circumstances and maintenance findings warrant it.

              NOTE: This meeting may be arranged to occur at the same time as the
              Maintenance Programme/Management meeting identified in Para. 1.5.1. All of the
              'formal' meetings will be recorded and minuted. All actions required in response to
              maintenance findings, follow up actions, audit corrective actions etc. will be duly
              allocated with respect to responsibility. Minutes of these meetings will be held by
              the Continuing Airworthiness Manager and the maintenance organisation. The
              minutes will be made available on request to any duly authorised member of the
              MAA.

              Reference to where these minutes are held should be detailed here.




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                               PART ONE APPENDICES
Standard Forms and Documents in use by enter operator's name.

List the forms/documents commonly used or referred to in the text

     Appendix                           Description                                 Issue/Date




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PART 2        QUALITY SYSTEM

Reference:    RA 4700 – Military Air Environment Quality Policy
              RA 4702 – Quality Auditing
              RA 4951 – MRP Part M Sub Part G Quaility System
              RA 4955 - Findings


2.1   Continuing Airworthiness Quality Policy, Plan and Audit Procedures

      This Part Two of enter air platform's name CAME defines the continuing airworthiness
      quality policy, planning and procedures to meet the requirements of MRP Part M Sub
      Part G.

      The primary objective of the quality system is to enable the CAMO to ensure airworthy
      aircraft and to remain in compliance with the MRP Part M requirements.

      All procedures, and changes to the airworthiness procedures, are verified and validated,
      by the quality system, before use where practicable.


      Details of how this is achieved should be entered here.



      2.1.1   Continuing Airworthiness Quality Policy

              The Quality System and associated Quality Assurance Programme enables
              monitoring of enter air platform's name compliance with enter details of the QA
              policy that is being complied with, to ensure safe operations and airworthy
              aircraft.

              For the depth environment and/or where the CAMO and forward maintenance
              organization do not share the same Quality Management System (QMS),
              assurance is achieved through either formal visits to the organization or
              external/3rd party auditing.

              Details of these formal visits or external/3rd party auditing are to be articulated
              here.

      2.1.2   Quality Programme

              The Quality Programme will be developed by the Quality Manager in liaison with
              the Continuing Airworthiness Manager. The Quality Manager will implement an
              audit programme which during a twelve month period will address the whole
              continuing airworthiness management activity and all of the aspects of CAMO
              which have a bearing on the continuing airworthiness arrangements of enter air
              platform's name.( This includes any sub-contracting activities).

              Details of the Quality programme must be referenced here.

              For MRCOA, the Quality Programme will also address those aspects of the
              individual aircraft's continuing airworthiness, which would have been covered by


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              the UK CAA Certificate of Maintenance Review. Details of which must be
              referenced here.


              The Quality Programme will also incorporate Sample Surveys of the enter air
              platform's name aircraft operated by enter Aircraft Operating Authority name.

              The Quality Programme forms Appendix 1 to this Part Two of the CAME. or 'is
              held by the operator's Quality Manager if this is more appropriate, but must be
              referenced.


      2.1.3   Quality Audit Procedure

              The primary purpose of the audit(s) will be to observe, in an objective fashion, a
              particular event/action/document etc. to verify whether established
              operational and continuing airworthiness procedures and requirements are
              followed during the accomplishment of that event and to ensure the adequacy of
              the procedures. This with a view to ensuring that the required standard is being
              achieved.

              A report is raised each time an audit is carried out describing what was checked
              and the resulting findings against applicable requirements, procedures and
              products.

                      Every audit is undertaken by a quality auditor as part of the overall audit
              Programme and will be the subject of an audit report. Before distribution, the
              preliminary conclusions will be advised to the person(s) in charge of the areas
              subject to audit. The quality auditor and the persons responsible for the
              areas/subjects audited will determine and agree together the corrective actions
              to be taken. This will also define the time allowed for corrective actions to be
              implemented. The corrective action should be determined taking into account
              the root cause of the finding, such that the corrective action may be carried out
              in a fashion that will prevent possible re-occurrence of the finding.

              The independence of the audit is established by always ensuring that audits are
              carried out by personnel not responsible for the function, procedure or products
              being checked.

              The audit reports are distributed to the following persons
              a)    The person responsible for the audited areas/department
              b)    The Delivery Duty Holder of enter air platform name
              c)    The Continuing Airworthiness Manager.
              d)    The maintenance organisation (if applicable).
              e)    The Quality Manager

              Delete/combine titles as applicable to the operator's organisational structure.

              The records of these activities are stored for at least two years

              Details of where these records are stored should be articulated here.


              Note also that as a minimum, it would be recommended that at least one audit
              per annum is performed. These should preferably occur just before any


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              scheduled Liaison Meeting so that the necessary actions can be agreed with all
              parties present.

              The maintenance organisation will be responsible for any findings/concerns that
              affect the maintenance organisation and ensuring that appropriate corrective
              action measures are implemented.

              Details of the quality audit procedures should be referenced here.


      2.1.4   Quality Audit Remedial Action Procedure

              The Quality Manager, in liaison with the Continuing Airworthiness Manager and
              duty holder, will conduct an annual review of the corrective actions
              recommendations issued as a result of audits carried out during the preceding
              twelve months to ensure they have been appropriately implemented. Where it is
              decided that appropriate action has not been taken by the maintenance
              organisation then the person responsible will be reminded and a copy of the
              reminder sent to the Accountable Manager of the maintenance organisation.


2.2   Monitoring of the Continuing Airworthiness Management Activities

      The Audit Plan includes an assessment of the Continuing Airworthiness Management
      activities against the procedures defined in the CAME and in particular the ability of the
      Continuing Airworthiness Manager or Deputy Continuing Airworthiness Manager to
      discharge their responsibilities effectively with respect to MRP Part M.

      The quality system monitors CAMO activities. It includes the following functions:

      a) Monitoring that all CAMO activities are being performed in accordance with MRP Part
      M regulation, including all sub-contracted activities.
      b) Monitoring that all contracted maintenance is carried out in accordance with the
      contract.
      c) Monitoring the continued compliance with the requirements of MAA approval of the
      CAMO.


2.3   Monitoring of the Effectiveness of the Maintenance Programme

      The Audit Plan as carried out by the Quality Manager includes a review of the
      effectiveness of the Maintenance Programme. This review will critically analyse the
      findings and actions taken as a result of Para. 1.5 of this CAME.

      Details of where these findings and actions taken are held are to be referenced here.


2.4   Monitoring that Maintenance is Carried Out by an Appropriately Approved
      Maintenance Organisation

      The Annual Audit Plan includes verification that the contracted Mil Part 145
      maintenance organisation's approval granted by the MAA is relevant to the maintenance
      being performed on the enter air platform’s name aircraft operated by enter air
      organisation's name.


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      Any feed back information requiring amendments to the maintenance contracts for
      aircraft, engines or components should be reviewed and the contracts amended
      accordingly.

      Details of where this information is held should be referenced here.

      Note: Where military organisations are utilised to provide maintenance activities on UK
      military aircraft there will be no MAA approval of their activities. However their
      maintenance activities will still be subject to the audit process IAW the MRP.



2.5   Monitoring that all Contracted Maintenance is Carried Out in Accordance with the
      Contract, or Sub-contract

      The monitoring activity will include a review of all support provided to enter Aircraft
      Operating Authority’s name for the enter air platform’s name by the contracted
      maintenance organisation, and where necessary include the sub-contractor, as well as
      all military maintenance activities. This review will assess if all of the maintenance is
      carried out in accordance with the Maintenance Contract and/or the MRP.

      Conractors and where necessary sub-contractors, are required to have a quality
      management system, this is detailed within the contract through the appropriate Allied
      Quality Assurance Publication (AQAP).

      The AQAP ensures that:
      a) Quality standards are required by the contractor and any subcontractor
      b) Lines of communication are established between the supplier and the Governement
      Quality Assurance Representative (GQAR)/ Acquirer.
      c) Objective evidence of compliance with the AQAP is readily available to the GQAR /
      Acquirer
      d) Configuration management requirements are described and documented
      e) Deficiencies identified through internal audit are brought to the attention of the
      GQAR and or Acquirer
      f) Provision of a certificate of conformity
      g) Access to supplier & sub-suppliers and support for GQA activities.

      The CAM has to satisfy himself that the appropriate AQAP is included in the contract
      and that the contractor is meeting the requirements.

       Note: The GQAR for MoD is the Defence Quality Assurance Field Force (DQAFF)
      Tasking of DQAFF is normally undertaken by the project team quality assurance focal
      point (QAFP). The necessary tasking forms are available on the DE&S Acquisition
      Operating Framework (AOF)”.


      Details of any such arrangements need to be articulated here.




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2.6   Quality Audit Personnel

      All quality audit personnel shall be suitably qualified, trained and experienced to meet
      the requirements of the audit tasks.

      Where quality audit personnel are contracted on a part time basis, the auditor must not
      be directly involved in the activity they have been asked to audit.

      The Quality Manager has direct access to the Accountable duty holder and all parts of
      the air platform’s users and subcontractor, and where necessary sub-contractor
      organisations.


      (This paragraph should establish the required training and qualification standards of
      quality auditors. Where persons act as a part time auditor, it should be emphasized that
      this person must not be directly involved in the activity he/she audits).

2.7   Contractor Quality audit of aircraft

      This paragraph should set out the procedures that a contractor, or where necessary a
      sub-contractor, carries out when performing a quality audit of an aircraft. It should set out
      the differences between an airworthiness review and quality audit. This procedure may
      include:
       Compliance with approved procedures;
       Contracted maintenance is carried out in accordance with the contract;
       Continued compliance with Mil Part M.
       Details of how the CAMO ensure this activity should be detailed here.

2.8   Quality audit of contracted Mil Part M tasks

      This paragraph should set out the procedures that a contractor, or where necessary a
      sub-contractor, carries out when performing a quality audit of the continuing airworthiness
      functions sub-contracted out. It should include;
       Compliance with approved procedures;
       Contracted, or where necessary sub-contracted continuing airworthiness functions are
          carried out in accordance with the contract;
       Continued compliance with Mil Part M.
       Details of how the CAMO ensure this activity should be detailed here.




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APPENDIX 1 THE ANNUAL AUDIT PROGRAMME

      Enter appropriate details.




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APPENDIX 2 THE INDEPENDENT QUALITY AUDITOR'S CONTRACT

      This is an optional appendix and will be dependant on wether the CAMO has got any
      arrangements with other QA organisations e.g. Defence Quality Assurance Field Force
      (DQAFF) or Safety organisation.

      Enter a copy of the contract, less any commercial details, or detail reference to it. This
      contract should be a clear indication of what is expected from the Independent Quality
      Auditor.




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PART 3        CONTRACTED MAINTENANCE
3.0   Contracted Maintenance



      This Part Three of the CAME describes the contracted maintenance arrangements of
      enter air platforms name managed by enter Aircraft Operating Authority’s name. It
      includes details of these arrangements, together with the division of responsibility for
      these arrangements, between enter Aircraft Operating Authority’s name and enter
      Maintenance Organisation's name together with copies of the Maintenance Contracts in
      force for forward, depth and Engine Off-Wing support, as appropriate.

      Note: The contracting, or where necessary, sub-contracting of continuing airworthiness
      tasks should be stated. Responsibilities and communication links should be clearly
      detailed.


3.1   Maintenance      Contractor,    and    where    necessary      sub-contractor       Selection
      Procedure

      Before any contract is signed with a maintenance organisation the MOD Continuing
      Airworthiness Manager will verify that:

      a)      The maintenance organisation is appropriately approved in accordance with Mil
              Part 145, and has the necessary qualified manpower, facilities, tooling, technical
              documentation etc. This verification to take into account any engine, propeller,
              or component maintenance capability that may be required (though this may be
              available through sub-contract to other suitably approved Part 145 MOs.)

      b)      It will be confirmed that the maintenance organisation has adequate capacity to
              undertake the proposed maintenance support. Where this includes aspects of
              the continuing airworthiness management then experience will also be criteria to
              be considered.

      c)      The draft Maintenance Contract will be reviewed and agreed by both parties with
              a view to ensuring that each has the ability to discharge their responsibilities with
              respect to Mil Part M.

      Details of how the CAM/CAMO carries out these functions must be detailed here.

      3.1.1   Advising the MAA of Changes to the Maintenance Support

              The MAA Approvals MAOS Department will be advised of any proposed
              continuing airworthiness management arrangements in writing giving the notice
              required by Mil Part M Subpart G.

              Changes to the nominated Maintenance Contractor, and where necessary sub-
              contractor will be advised to MAA Approvals MAOS department giving 28 days
              notice.

              Part 0.5 of this CAME also refers.



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3.2   Detailed List of Maintenance Contractor, and where necessary sub-contractors

      The current Mil Part 145 Maintenance Contractor, and where necessary sub-contractors
      are as follows:

      Enter details of the Maintenance Contractor, and where necessary sub-contractors, Mil
      Part 145 Approval references, contacts, Telephone numbers etc.


3.3   Relevant Technical Procedures Identified in the Maintenance Contract(s)

      The relevant maintenance procedures are included in the Maintenance Contracts copies
      of which, less the financial, details are provided as appendices to this Part Three of this
      CAME. Enter military air organisation's name Technical Procedures are identified in Parts
      One and Two of this CAME.




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PART 4       AIRWORTHINESS REVIEW PROCEDURES (M.A.710)

STILL UNDER REVIEW BY THE MAA – DO NOT USE




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PART 5        APPENDICES
5.1    Sample documents

       (A self explanatory paragraph)

5.2    List of airworthiness review staff

       (A self explanatory paragraph)

5.3    List of contractors, and where necessary sub-contractors

       (A self explanatory paragraph, in addition it should set out that the list should be
       periodically reviewed)

5.4    List of approved maintenance organisations contracted

       (A self explanatory paragraph, in addition it should set out that the list should be
       periodically reviewed)

5.5    Copy of contracts for sub-contracted work

       (A self explanatory paragraph, to include JBAs/IBAs with other MOD organisations e.g.
       Project Teams)

5.6    Copy of contracts with approved maintenance organisations

       (A self explanatory paragraph)

5.7    Airworthiness Review Report – Still under MAA development

       (The organisation should not significantly change the format or content of the Anybody’s
       CAME Airworthiness Review Report version. It is acceptable for example to insert a
       company logo or produce an electronic version for ease of printing)

5.8   Airworthiness Review Certificate Extension Verification Form – Still under MAA
development

       (The organisation should not significantly change the format or content of the Anybody’s
       CAME Extension Verification Form version. It is acceptable for example to insert a
       company logo or produce an electronic version for ease of printing)

5.9    Completed Compliance Check List

       (See Note 4 on Front Page)

5.10   Details of Aircraft Managed by Organisation

       (If organisation has chosen not to include details in Section 0.2.3)
       The minimum details are: (i) Aircraft Type (ii) Aircraft Registration (iii) Contract reference
       number (iv) Aircraft Operator Authority details (v) Delivery Duty Holder details.




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Appendix 5.7 - Still under MAA development

                      AIRWORTHINESS REVIEW REPORT




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