E-6A/B TACAMO AIRCRAFT
Navy Training Plan (NTP)

PART IV - TRAINING LOGISTICS SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS



Section IV.A. TRAINING HARDWARE



Element IV.A.1 TTE/GPTE/SPTE/ST/GPETE/SPETE



Information required by this element is contained in the Aviation Equipment Requirements List which are available to the training activities.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices



DEVICE: 2F144, E-6 Operational Flight Trainer (OFT)



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: The OFT provides a simulated E-6 cockpit with pilot, copilot and flight engineer positions on a motion base with a visual reference system. There are provisions for two instructor stations. Provides training in takeoffs, flight maneuvers, navigation, communications, emergency procedures and landings.



MANUFACTURER: Reflectone Training Systems (OFT 1). CPT modification to OFT Hughes Training Incorporated, Arlington, Texas.



CONTRACT NUMBER: N61339-86-C-0145 (OFT 1). F42630-93-C-0635 (CPT to OFT modification).



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAVTRASUPPU, 2 RFT On board E-2B-0407, E-6 Pilot Tinker AFB, 47372 Training, Cat I; E-2B- 0406, E-6 Pilot Training Cat II; E-2D-0407, E-6 NFO Training Cat I; E-2D-0404, E-6 NFO Training Cat II; E-050-0410, E-6 Flight Engineer Training Cat I; and E-050-0411, E-6 Flight Engineer Training Cat II.



Note:

1. Contractor Operation and Maintenance of Simulators is being used.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: 2A80, E-6 Navigator Part Task Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer provides student navigators with the opportunity to execute a variety of complex procedures under simulated conditions on equipment closely resembling the equipment found in the aircraft. It consists of a full scale replica of the E-6 navigator crew station. Contains an Instructor/Operator Station (IOS) which provides the computing resources needed to create and execute realistic flight scenarios, simulate mission situations (e.g., weather, air refueling), insert faults and monitor student performance.



MANUFACTURER: EER Systems Inc under subcontract to OCI.



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00406-95-D-5062



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAVTRASUPPU, 1 Delivered E-2D-0407, E-6 NFO Tinker AFB, 47372 Training, Cat I & E-2D- 0404, E-6 NFO Training Cat II.





Note:

1. Contractor Operation and Maintenance of Simulators is being used.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: 2A81, E-6 Flight Management Computer System (FMCS) Part Task Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: Provides pilots and navigators with hands-on interface with the Smiths Industries, FMCS Central Display Unit (CDU). The trainer has the capability of simulating movement along controllable flight paths in real time or accelerated time. The simulated CDU is the same physical size as the aircraft CDU and the keypad and face plate bezel are the same as the aircraft to provide the correct tactile feel.



MANUFACTURER: EER Systems Inc under subcontract to OCI.



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00406-95-D-5062



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAVTRASUPPU, 1 Delivered E-2B-0400, E-6 Pilot Tinker AFB, 47372 Training, Cat I; E-2B- 0402, E-6 Pilot Training Cat II; E-2D-0407, E-6 NFO Training Cat I; E-2D-0404, E-6 NFO Training Cat II.





Note:

1. Contractor Operation and Maintenance of Simulators is being used.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6B Mission Avionics Systems Maintenance Trainer.



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer replicates the mission communications equipment installed in the E-6B aircraft. It will provide organizational level maintenance training for the Inflight Technician and the Avionics Maintenance Technician.



MANUFACTURER: Raytheon E-Systems (formerly Chrysler Technologies Airborne Systems)



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-94-C-0224



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker Two No. 1

47373 Delivered



No. 2 FY01

2nd qtr



C-2D-3504, E-6B Airborne Communications Officer Course; C-102-4515, E-6B Mission Avionics Systems Organizational Maintenance Course; C-102-4514, E-6B Communications Operator Course



Note: When no longer required for E-6A training the E-6A Comm Central Receiver/Transmitter maintenance trainer will be upgraded to the E-6B configuration with an expanded IOS and will become the second E-6B Mission Avionics Systems Maintenance Trainer. When the No. 2 trainer is Ready for Training (RFT) the IOS for trainer number one will be modified to the expanded IOS configuration.

Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6 Power Plants & Related Systems Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of an open frame housing the inboard wing leading edge, struts, engine, and a functional thrust reverser. The trainer consists of electrical and mechanical components which are replicated by the use of three dimensional components located in the same relative position as in the aircraft. It provides the capability to demonstrate normal and degraded operation and to perform specified organizational level testing and trouble shooting as outlined in the Manual of Operation and Maintenance Instruction (MOMI). Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to engine removal and installation, testing, troubleshooting, and adjustment. Indications and cues during operations, testing, and troubleshooting are the same as in the aircraft.



MANUFACTURER: Boeing Aerospace Company



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-83-C-0176



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-601-3504A, E-6

47373 Power Plant & Related Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-601-3500, E-6 Power Plant & Related Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3509A, E-6 Electrical & Instrument System (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3510A, E-6 Environmental Control Systems Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3501, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulics Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3503A, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulics Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-050-3502, E-6 Flight Engineer Organizational Maintenance.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6 Flight Controls Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of four interconnected maintenance trainer sections replicating the E-6 Flight Controls Systems. These systems are comprised of electrical and mechanical components which are replicated by the use of three dimensional components located in the same relative position as in the aircraft. The trainer provides the capability to demonstrate normal and degraded operation and to perform specified organizational level testing and troubleshooting as outlined in the MOMI. Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to rigging, testing, troubleshooting, and adjustment. Indications and cues during operations, testing, and troubleshooting are the same as in the aircraft.



MANUFACTURER: Boeing Aerospace Company



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-83-C-0176



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-601-3504A, E-6

47373 Power Plant & Related Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-601-3500, E-6 Power Plant & Related Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3509A, E-6 Electrical & Instrument System (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3510A, E-6 Environmental Control Systems Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3501, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulics Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; E-6 Airframes & Hydraulics Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-102-3515, E-6 Flight Deck Avionics Systems Organizational Maintenance; C-050-3502, E-6 Flight Engineer Organizational Maintenance.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6 Electrical System Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of two maintenance trainer sections of the animated/simulation type classification. It depicts those components of the aircraft which relate to the operation and maintenance of the E-6 electrical systems. It provides the capability to demonstrate normal and degraded operations, and specified organizational level testing and troubleshooting procedures/fault isolation as outlined in the MOMI. Tasks performed on the trainer are confined to testing and troubleshooting. Indications and cues during operations, testing, and troubleshooting are the same as in the aircraft.



MANUFACTURER: Boeing Aerospace Company



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-83-C-0176



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-602-3509A, E-6

47373 Electrical & Instrument System (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3507, E-6 Electrical & Instrument System (Initial) Organizational Maintenance.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6 Hydraulic System Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of two maintenance trainer sections of the animated/simulation type classification. It provides the capability to demonstrate normal and degraded operations, and specified organizational level testing and troubleshooting procedures/fault isolation as outlined in the MOMI. Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to testing and troubleshooting. Indications and cues during operations testing, and troubleshooting are the same as in the aircraft.



MANUFACTURER: Boeing Aerospace Company



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-83-C-0176



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-602-3509A, E-6

47373 Electrical & Instrument System (Career) Organizational Maintenance: C-603-3503A, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulics Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3501, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulics Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-050-3502, E-6 Flight Engineer Organizational Maintenance.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6 Fuel System Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of three maintenance trainer sections of the animated/simulation type classification, and one artwork panel. It depicts those components of the aircraft which relate to the operation and maintenance of the E-6 fuel system. It provides the capability to demonstrate normal and degraded operations, and specified organizational level testing and troubleshooting procedures/fault isolation as outlined in the MOMI. Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to testing and troubleshooting. Indications and cues during operations, testing, and troubleshooting are the same as in the aircraft..



MANUFACTURER: Boeing Aerospace Company



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-83-C-0176



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-601-3504A, E-6

47373 Power Plant & Related Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-601-3500, E-6 Power Plant & Related Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-050-3502, E-6 Flight Engineer Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3503A, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulic Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3501, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulic Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3509A, E-6 Electrical & Instrument Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance.



Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: Fuel System Trainer Open Frame, Wing Tank No. 3 & Center Wing Tank



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: These open frame trainers are inoperative replicas of those portions of the aircraft which relate to the operation and maintenance of systems located in the E-6 wing tank number 3 and the center wing tank. The trainers replicate aircraft systems size and location and provide the capability to demonstrate normal organizational level removal and replacement procedures as outlined in the MOMI. Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to removal, replacement, repair, and adjustment. They are not used to demonstrate operation, fault isolation or testing procedures.



MANUFACTURER: Boeing Aerospace Company



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-83-C-0176



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-601-3504A, E-6

47373 Power Plant & Related Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-601-3500, E-6 Power Plant & Related Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-050-3502, E-6 Flight Engineer Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3503A, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulic Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3501, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulic Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3509A, E-6 Electrical & Instrument Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance.



Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6 AFT Lower Lobe Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of an open frame maintenance trainer replicating the E-6 Aft Lower Lobe. Students are presented with realistic removal, replacement, and rigging situations. The response characteristics of the trainer shall represent actual aircraft systems behavior to the degree required for maximum training effectiveness. Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to adjustment, removal, replacement, and rigging.



MANUFACTURER: Boeing Aerospace Company



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-83-C-0176



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-602-3509A, E-6

47373

Electrical & Instrument System (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3507, E-6 Electrical & Instrument System (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3503A, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulics Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3501, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulics Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3510A, E-6 Environmental Control Systems Organizational Maintenance; C-601-3504A, E-6 Power Plant & Related System (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-601-3500, E-6 Power Plant & Related System (Initial) Organizational Maintenance.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6 Environmental Control System Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of three maintenance trainer sections. One section is of the open frame type classification and two sections are of the animated simulation type classification. The trainer depicts the components of the aircraft which relate to the operation and maintenance of the E-6 Environmental Control System. It provides the capability to demonstrate normal and degraded operations, and specified organizational level testing and troubleshooting procedures/fault isolation as outlined in the MOMI. Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to testing and troubleshooting. Indications and cues during operations, testing, and troubleshooting are the same as the aircraft. The open frame trainer replicates aircraft systems size and location. The trainer has the capability to demonstrate normal organizational level removal and replacement procedures as outlined in the MOMI. Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to removal, replacement, and adjustment.



MANUFACTURER: Boeing Aerospace Company



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-83-C-0176



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-602-3510A, E-6 47373 Environmental Control Systems Organizational Maintenance; C-050-3502, E-6 Flight Engineer Organizational Maintenance Course; C-602-3509A, E-6 Electrical & Instrument Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3507, E-6 Electrical & Instrument Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6 Landing Gear System Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of two interconnected maintenance trainer sections replicating the E-6 landing gear system and the instructor's operating station. The trainer provides the capability to demonstrate normal and degraded operation and to perform specified organizational level testing and troubleshooting as outlined in the MOMI. Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to testing, troubleshooting, and adjustment. Indications and cues during operations, testing, and troubleshooting are the same as in the aircraft.



MANUFACTURER: Boeing Aerospace Company



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-83-C-0176



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-602-3509A, E-6

47373 Electrical and Instrument System (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3507, E-6 Electrical and Instrument System (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; E-6 Airframes & Hydraulic Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; E-6 Airframes & Hydraulic Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-050-3502, E-6 Flight Engineer Organizational Maintenance; E-6 Flight Deck Avionics Systems Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3510A, E-6 Environmental Control Systems Organizational Maintenance; C-601-3504A, E-6 Power Plant & Related Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-601-3500, E-6 Power Plant & Related Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6A Comm Central/Receiver/Transmitter Maintenance Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of five maintenance trainer sections replicating the AN/USC-13(V) Communication Central group and the AN/USC-13(V) Receiver/Transmitter group. Sections one through three consist of the components of Communication Central Receiver/Transmitter group. Accurate simulation is achieved by the use of actual aircraft components or replicas of actual aircraft components and are located in the same relative positions as in the aircraft to the maximum extent possible. All controls and indicators function as in the aircraft as required to present the student with realistic indications. All components are functional and operational except that appropriate interlocks, or other devices prohibit RF transmission to antennae. Section four consists of the components of the Instructor Work Station which simulates the data required to produce the INS/AHRS signals for the OE-242 UHF system. Section five consists of ancillary equipment required to provide antenna switching and HF/UHF transmitter terminations simulating equipment operations without broadcasting over the air. The trainer provides the capability to demonstrate normal and emergency operations and to perform specified organizational level testing and troubleshooting procedures. Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to testing, troubleshooting, and adjustment. Indications and cues during normal and emergency operation shall be the same as in the aircraft.



MANUFACTURER: Rockwell International



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-87-C-0104



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-102-4502A

47373 E-6A Mission Avionics System Organizational Maintenance; C-102-4501A, E-6A TACAMO Communications and Avionics Operation; C-2D-3503A, E-6A Airborne Communications Officer.



Note: When no longer required for E-6A training this trainer will be upgraded to the E-6B configuration with an expanded IOS and will be the second E-6B Mission Avionics Maintenance Trainer.

Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6 Forward Entry Door/Aerial Refueling Receptacle



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer is a replica of those portions of the aircraft which relate to the operation and maintenance of the aerial refueling receptacle, and forward entry door. The aerial refueling receptacle and forward entry door comprise electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical components which are duplicated by the use of actual aircraft components, most of which are located in the same relative positions as in the aircraft. The trainer provides the capability to demonstrate normal operation and to perform specified organizational level testing and trouble shooting as outlined in the MOMI. Tasks performed on the trainer are confined to testing, trouble-shooting, and adjustment. Indications and cues during operations, testing, and trouble-shooting are the same as in the aircraft.



MANUFACTURER :Boeing Aerospace Company



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-83-C-0176



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-602-3509A, E-6

47373 Electrical & Instrument System (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3507, E-6 Electrical & Instrument System (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3503A, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulic Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3501, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulic Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-601-3504A, E-6 Power Plant & Related Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-601-3500, E-6 Power Plant & Related Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6A VLF/LF Amplifier Coupler Group Maintenance Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of one OG-193T/USC-13(V) Amplifier Coupler Group Maintenance Trainer panel replicating the VLF/LF 200 KW Power Amplifier (PA) and the Operator Control Console (OCC). The PA trainer is capable of replicating the PA operations as required for a trainee to execute all normal and emergency operational procedures.



MANUFACTURER: Rockwell International



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-82-C-0446



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-102-4502A, E-6A

47373 Mission Avionics System Organizational Maintenance.





Note: Trainer not required for E-6B training. Upon cessation of E-6A training this trainer will be listed as excess and disposed of in accordance with established procedures.



Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6A Dual Trailing Wire Antenna (DTWA) Maintenance Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of a Long Trailing Wire Antenna (LTWA), a Short Trailing Wire Antenna (STWA), a Fault Simulator Console (FSC), a Power Control Panel (PCP), a Circuit Breaker Panel (CBP), a Short Wire Hydraulic System (SWHS), an Intercommunications Subsystem (ICS), a Reeling Machine Contactor Panel (RMCP), a Sheave Box Assembly (SBA), a Short Wire Hydraulic Control Panel (SWHCP), and a Long Wire Hydraulic Control Panel (LWHCP). The DTWA trainer panels are capable of replicating the DTWA operations as required for a trainee to execute all normal and emergency operational procedures. Tasks performed on the trainer are confined to testing, troubleshooting, and adjustments. Indications and cues during normal and emergency operation are the same as in the aircraft.



MANUFACTURER: Rockwell International



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-82-C-0446



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-102-3516A,

47373 E-6A Reel Operator/Maintenance Cat I; C-102-4502A, E-6A Mission Avionics System Organizational Maintenance.



Note: Trainer not required for E-6B training. Upon cessation of E-6A training this trainer will be listed as excess and disposed of in accordance with established procedures.



Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6 Auxiliary Power Unit Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of two maintenance trainer sections. One section is an open frame hardware type panel and the other section is an animated/simulation type. The animated/simulation section provides the capability to demonstrate normal and degraded operations, and specified organizational level testing and troubleshooting procedures/fault isolation as outlined in the MOMI. Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to testing and troubleshooting. Indications and cues during operations, testing, and troubleshooting shall be the same as in the aircraft. The open frame trainer shall replicate aircraft systems size, location and replacement difficulty. Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to adjustment, removal, replacement, and rigging.



MANUFACTURER: Boeing Aerospace Company



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-83-C-0176



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-601-3500, E-6

47373 Power Plant & Related Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-601-3504A, E-6 Power Plant & Related Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3510A, Environmental Control Systems Organizational Maintenance; C-050-3502, E-6 Flight Engineer Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3503A, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulic Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3501, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulic Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3509A, E-6 Electrical & Instrument Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3507, E-6 Electrical & Instrument Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: Simulation Control Console



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: The Simulation Control Console (SCC) consists of a single, basic training unit of the computerized console type. The console shall be designed to connect to interchangeable training panels of the E-6 NAMT suite in order to accomplish the following:

Provide dynamic simulated displays of the mechanical, electronic or other physical actions and interactions of the systems and subsystems represented by the individual trainer panels.

Provide logic and power to individual trainer panels to simulate system normal operating characteristics and conditions as well as predetermined malfunction aspects of the systems and subsystems represented.

Provide a permanent record of student actions.

Provide electrical power supply control, and monitoring to individual panels.





MANUFACTURER: Boeing Aerospace Company



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-83-C-0176



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board

47373 per panel

trainer



Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: Integrated Avionics Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of five interconnected maintenance trainer panels replicating the E-6 Flight Deck Instruments and Flight Deck Avionics systems. The flight instruments and avionics systems comprise electrical and mechanical components which shall be replicated by the use of three dimensional components located in the same relative position as in the aircraft. The trainer shall provide the capability to demonstrate normal and degraded operation and to perform specified organizational level testing and troubleshooting, as outlined in the MOMI. Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to testing, troubleshooting, and adjustment. Indications and cues during operations, testing, and troubleshooting are the same as in the aircraft.





MANUFACTURER: Boeing Aerospace Company



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-83-C-0176



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-602-3509A,

47373 E-6 Electrical & Instrument Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-602-3507, E-6 Electrical & Instrument Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3503A, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulics Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance; C-603-3501, E-6 Airframes & Hydraulics Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance; C-102-3515, E-6 Flight Deck Avionics Systems Organizational Maintenance Course; C-602-3510A, E-6 Environmental Control Systems Organizational Maintenance; C-601-3504A, E-6 Power Plant & Related Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance.





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6A Mission Avionics Intermediate Maintenance Trainers



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: These trainers consist of peculiar and common support GFE mounted in consoles and on wheels for mobility. The trainer consists of (1) Test Station Trainers 1 through 6 (2) Test Carts 1 through 4 (3) Two Facility Power Distribution Panels. The trainers are designed to present trainees with realistic intermediate level maintenance testing, operational checkout, and troubleshooting situations. The response characteristics of the trainers represent actual mobile maintenance behavior to the degree required for maximum training effectiveness.



MANUFACTURER: Rockwell International



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-82-C-0446



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-102-4506, E-6A

47373 Mission Avionics Intermediate Maintenance





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6B High Power Transmit Set (HPTS) Solid State Power Amplifier (SSPA)/Coupler Maintenance Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: This trainer consists of two trainer sections. One trainer section replicates the AN/USC-13(V) Solid State Power Amplifier/Coupler Group OG-187/ART-54 and the second trainer section is a Simulator Control Console. The SSPA maintenance trainer section consists of the components of an actual aircraft Solid State Power Amplifier/Coupler group OG-187/ART-54. All components shall be functional and operational, except that appropriate interlocks or other devices prohibit operation at high power output ratings. The SCC provides the required signal inputs from the DTWA or from the Receiver/Transmitter panel of the Communications Central required for operation or maintenance of the SSPA trainer. The SSPA Trainer is designed to allow trainees to be presented with realistic operational checkout and troubleshooting situations. The response characteristics of the trainer represent actual aircraft systems behavior to the degree required for maximum training effectiveness.



MANUFACTURER: Rockwell International



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-87-C-0116



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-102-4512, E-6B

47373 Power Amplifier Organizational Maintenance





Element IV.A.2. Training Devices (cont.)



DEVICE: E-6B High Power Transmit Set (HPTS) Dual Trailing Wire Antenna Maintenance Trainer



DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE: The DTWA (includes LTWA, STWA, and UTWA) Trainer consists of three maintenance trainer sections. Two trainer sections replicate the AN/USC-13(V) Dual Trailing Wire Antenna (OE-456/ART-54) and the third is a SCC. This trainer is designed to allow trainees to be presented with realistic operational checkout and troubleshooting situations. The response characteristics of the trainer shall represent actual aircraft systems behavior to the degree required for maximum training effectiveness. Tasks performed on the trainer shall be confined to testing and troubleshooting.



MANUFACTURER: Rockwell International



CONTRACT NUMBER: N00019-87-C-0116



TEE STATUS:



TRAINING ACTIVITY QUANT DATE RFT COURSES

LOCATION, UIC REQD REQD DATE STATUS SUPPORTED

NAMTGD 1080, Tinker One On board C-102-4513, E-6B

47373 HPTS DTWA Operation/Maintenance Course.







Section IV.B. COURSEWARE REQUIREMENTS



Element IV.B.1. Training Services



COURSE/TYPE SCHOOL/ NO. OF MAN WEEKS BEGIN

OF TRAINING LOCATION/UIC PERSONNEL REQUIRED DATE





Note. There are no requirements for Training Services, however Contractor Engineering and Technical Services (CETS) will be available for instructor support at NAMTGD Tinker and NTSU.





Element IV.B.2. Curricula Materials and Training Aids



TRAINING ACTIVITY:

LOCATION, UIC;



CIN, COURSE TITLE:



Note: The type of curricula material such as slides, disks and tape sets, instructor guides, student materials, guides and evaluations, visual aids, prefaulted modules, and Fault Insertion Devices (FIDs) required are contained in the Aviation Requirements List which are available to the training activities. All required curriculums and training aids for E-6B training have been delivered to the training activities.





Element IV.B.3. Technical Manuals



Note: Technical manual requirements are contained in the Aviation Requirements Lists which are available to the training activities. Technical manuals for the E-6A and E-6B have been delivered to the training activities.





Section IV.C. FACILITY REQUIREMENTS



Element IV.C. 1. Facility Requirements Summary (Space/Support) by Activity



Element IV.C.2. Facility Requirements Detailed by Activity and Course



Element IV.C.3. Facility Project Summary by Program





Note: Information required by these elements are contained in contractor prepared, government approved Facility Requirement Documents.