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NAVY - NAVAIR 4790.14

(AIR-6.1.1) DECIDING DEPOT-LEVEL INDUSTRIAL SOURCES OF REPAIR FOR NAVAL AVIATION EQUIPMENT

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Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 24 September 2002
Status: active
Page Count: 28
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This instruction applies to all echelons of command and all naval aviation weapon systems and other military equipment (including mission-essential weapon systems or materiel) that require depot-level repair and are under the program management control of NAVAIR, the Program Executive Office for Air Anti-Submarine Warfare (PEO(A)), the Program Executive Office for Tactical Aircraft (PEO(T)), the Program Executive Office for Strike Weapon and Unmanned Aviation (PEO(W)), and NAVICP. This instruction applies to both new and previously postured weapon systems and other military equipment (including mission-essential weapon systems or materiel).

Purpose. This instruction sets forth objectives, establishes policies, and describes processes and responsibilities for deciding depot-level Industrial Sources of Repair (ISOR) for naval aviation acquisition programs at the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), supported Program Executive Offices (PEO), and the Naval Inventory Control Point (NAVICP). We intend for these objectives, policies, and processes to help decision-makers comply with references (a) through (i) when making depot-level ISOR decisions for naval aviation weapon systems and other military equipment (including mission-essential weapon systems or materiel).

Document History

NAVAIR 4790.14
September 24, 2002
(AIR-6.1.1) DECIDING DEPOT-LEVEL INDUSTRIAL SOURCES OF REPAIR FOR NAVAL AVIATION EQUIPMENT
This instruction applies to all echelons of command and all naval aviation weapon systems and other military equipment (including mission-essential weapon systems or materiel) that require...
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