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National Awards Received

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Charles B. Ryan MRO for Business Innovation Charles B. Ryan MRO for Innovative Military Operations Charles B. Ryan MRO for Innovative Partnering (P&W) Charles B. Ryan MRO for Maintenance Transformation Air Force Maintenance Effectiveness--Large Depot Operations at AFMC and Air Staff Levels 6. Air Force Productivity Excellence Award 7. Chief of Staff Team Excellence Award 8. Chief of Staff Team Excellence Award for Process Improvement 9. AFMC General Yates Team Excellence Award 10. General Thomas D. White Pollution Prevention Team Excellence Award 11. Secretary of Defense Pollution Prevention Team Excellence Award

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1. 2. 3. IEEE Computer Society--Software Process Achievement Award ISO9001:2K TickIT--International Standard (Special ADD On using TickIT Guide)

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National Awards.................................................................................. 2 History................................................................................................. 5 Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC) ........................... 6 327th Aircraft Sustainment Wing ................................................. 6 448th Combat Sustainment Wing ................................................ 6 76th Maintenance Wing .............................................................. 7 72nd Air Base Wing .................................................................... 7 552nd Air Control Wing ............................................................... 8 Strategic Communications Wing One ......................................... 8 507th Air Refueling Wing ............................................................ 9 3rd Combat Communications Wing ............................................. 9 38th Engineering Installation Group ............................................ 10 Defense Information Systems Agency Oklahoma City ............... 10 Defense Logistics Agency, Defense Distribution Center Oklahoma (DDCO) ................................................................. 10 513th Air Control Group .............................................................. 10 OC-ALCs Mission ....................................................................... 11 Our Weapon Systems ........................................................................ 12 76th Maintenance Software Group .................................................... 15 Test System Development: Test Program Set (TPS) ................ 16 Operational Flight Programs (OFP) ............................................ 16 Avionics Integrated Support Facilities (AISF) ............................. 16 Avionics Test & Industrial Automation ........................................ 16 Test Program Set (TPS) .................................................................... 17 Operational Flight Program (OFP) ..................................................... 19 Avionics Integrated Support Facilities (AISF) ..................................... 21 Industrial Automation & Control Software (IA) ................................... 23 Engine Test ........................................................................................ 25

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History

In October 1940, as German troops rolled through Europe and Japan expanded its empire, a dozen Oklahoma City businessmen formed the Industries Foundation to attract a military facility to the area. Their efforts proved successful when on April 8, 1941, the War Department announced Oklahoma City as the site of a new air materiel depot that would cover more than 1,500 acres and employ 3,500 people. A few months later, the Army Air Forces decided to build a huge Douglas Aircraft Assembly Plant next to the depot. Just after depot operations began, Maj. Gen. Clarence L. Tinker, an Oklahoma native and part Osage Indian, lost his life while leading a group of LB-30 bombers on a mission against the Japanese in the region of Wake Island on June 7, 1942. Accordingly, Gen. H.H. "Hap" Arnold ordered the installation named Tinker Field on Oct. 14, 1942. During World War II, Tinker proved its worth as more than 18,000 military and civilian employees repaired and modified B-17, B-24 and B-29 bombers as well as C-47 and C-54 cargo planes. They also overhauled thousands of aircraft engines and shipped supplies around the world. Meanwhile, the Douglas Plant, employing close to 24,000 people, produced more than 5,300 C-47 Skytrain aircraft and parts to build 400 C-54 Skymaster cargo planes and 900 A-26 Invader attack bombers. At the end of the war, the Oklahoma City Air Depot acquired the adjacent Douglas Plant complex and moved new workloads into the facilities after the War Department declared Tinker Field a permanent air base. Renamed the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA) on July 2, 1946, the depot continued work on bombers, engines, and aircraft parts. Following the creation of the Department of the Air Force in 1947, the installation officially became Tinker Air Force Base on January 13, 1948. Throughout the decades, Tinker continued to work on aircraft, parts and engines including the B-29 Superfortress, B47 Stratojet, C-97 Stratofreighter, KC-135 Stratotanker and the B-52 Stratofortress, F-4 and F-I05 fighter jets as well as the A-7 attack aircraft and the new TF41 engine. OCAMA became the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC) on April 1, 1974. The next year, the OC-ALC assumed management responsibility for the E-3 Sentry aircraft and the 552nd Airborne Warning and Control Wing activated its units at Tinker AFB on July 1, 1976. In the 1980s, the OC-ALC added management responsibilities for the B-1 Lancer and B-2 Spirit bombers and completed maintenance work on its first B-1 in 1988. More depot work on the FI0l, FI07, FI08 and Fll0 engines started in the mid1980s along with management responsibilities for a host of engines. Despite a near disastrous fire in Bldg. 3001 in November 1984, OC-ALC workers continued their support of warfighters throughout the world. Tinker supported the war efforts of Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm in 1991. A year later, the Navy's Strategic Communications Wing ONE completed its move to Tinker, the first time a Navy wing had relocated to an Air Force base. In 1993 and 1995, Tinker and Oklahoma City survived rounds of base closures, becoming one of three remaining ALCs. After terrorists bombed the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City, Tinker people provided humanitarian support and relief efforts. Base workers responded in a similar

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fashion after a May 3, 1999, tornado destroyed homes and businesses throughout central Oklahoma and damaged the northwest section of the base.

Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC)

The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center is a logistics leader in providing depot maintenance on the Air Force's most sophisticated weapons systems. As one of three air logistics centers within Air Force Materiel Command, the OC-ALC has the unique mission of managing and repairing the engines that power cruise missiles and a variety of Air Force and Navy aircraft. The center also accomplishes aircraft modifications and repairs and maintains bombers, refuelers and reconnaissance aircraft including the E-3 AWACS, C/KC-135, B-1, B-2 and B-52. OC-ALC employs a highly skilled work force of more than 14,000 civilian and military. Headquarters for the center is the nearly mile long Bldg. 3001. Three wings are special directorates specializing in different areas of the center, each operating as an individual business yet working together to complete the mission of the center. A fourth wing handles base operations support for Tinker.

327th Aircraft Sustainment Wing

The 327th Aircraft Sustainment Wing consists of four groups, several squadrons and support organizations. The groups are the 327th Aircraft Sustainment Group, 727th Aircraft Sustainment Group, 747th Aircraft Sustainment Group and the 827th Aircraft Sustainment Group. The 327th Aircraft Sustainment Wing organizes, directs and controls total life-cycle management for the B-52, C/KC-135, B-1 and contractor logistics aircraft including tanker, trainer, telemetry, airlift, command and control and U.S. Presidential Fleet. The 327th Aircraft Sustainment Wing is also responsible for all modifications and sustainment including management and engineering of systems upgrades, acquisition of new systems, fleet support logistics, software maintenance, and programmed depot maintenance and supporting United States Air Force, Reserve and Guard, sister service and numerous foreign military service forces. The 327th Aircraft Sustainment Wing manages the readiness of B-2 and E-3 aircraft, 1,382 air traffic control and landing systems, and worldwide High Frequency Global Communications Network.

448th Combat Sustainment Wing

The 448th Combat Sustainment Wing, composed of four Combat Sustainment Groups 448th Combat Sustainment Group, 748 th Combat Sustainment Group, 848 th Combat Sustainment Group and 948th Combat Sustainment Group, performs supply chain management including acquisition, repair, storage, distribution, disposal, technical and engineering services for the OC-ALC's assigned aircraft commodities and engines (F100, F10l, Fll0, F108, F1l8, J85, TF33, TF34, TF39, T56, helicopter' and missile engines). The wing supports all branches of the U.S. armed forces, as well as federal agencies and several foreign countries. It provides core program and contract support for managed engines and has Operational Safety, Suitability and Effectiveness responsibility for them. It oversees and executes the Supply Management Mission Area resources, as well as financial oversight and execution of the Supply Management Activity Group cost authority. The wing develops and maintains center policy and procedures for Weapon System Supply Chain Managers and Purchasing and Supply Chain Management functions, including Commodity Councils. It creates provisions for assigned weapons systems/engines/spares, performs Technical Order Distribution Office policy and functions for the OC-ALC, and serves as Air Force program manager for numerous TO systems. The wing also serves as publication and distribution office for Joint Munitions Effectiveness Manuals under the Joint Technical Coordinating Group/Munitions Effectiveness.

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76th Maintenance Wing

The 76th Maintenance Wing is composed of more than 8,500 military and civilian professionals who perform maintenance, repair and overhaul for the Air Force's fleet of E-3, C/KC-135, B-52, B-1, C-130 and the Navy's E-6 aircraft, as well as more than 22,000 engines and 32,000 components. Additionally, the wing develops software and operational flight programs for myriad aircraft, cruise missiles, test stations and support equipment. The wing is composed of five groups: 1. Aircraft Maintenance Group, 2. Propulsion Maintenance Group, 3. Commodities Maintenance Group, 4. Software Maintenance Group and 5. Maintenance Support Group. The 76th Aircraft Maintenance Group directs, manages and accomplishes organic depot-level maintenance, repair, modification, overhaul, functional check flights and reclamation of all B-1, B-52, C/KC/EC-135, C-130, E-3 and E-6 aircraft. The group conducts depot support operations on a fleet of Air Force, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, Navy and Foreign Military Sales aircraft, as well as expeditionary combatlogistics depot maintenance and distribution support. 76th Aircraft Maintenance Group is responsible for the welfare and training of more than 2,800 military and civilian personnel, 10 facilities and a $692 million annual operating budget. The Propulsion Maintenance Group is responsible for operation of the only Air Force depot-level maintenance facility supporting Air Force and Navy aircraft engines. The group performs repairs on engines and major engine assemblies for F-15, F-16, E-3, E-6, E-8, B-52, B-1, B-2, C-18, KCIRC-135 and F/A22 aircraft. The group is the prime contractor for the repair of F100 for the Propulsion Business Area contract. The Commodities Maintenance Group directs, manages and operates organic depot level maintenance production facilities in the restoration of Air Force and Navy aircraft and engine parts to serviceable condition. These systems include the B-1, B-52, C-135, C141, E-3, F-14, F-15, F-16, and T-37 aircraft. It is also the Technology Repair Center for air and fuel accessories, constant speed drives and oxygen-related components. The Software Maintenance Group is recognized as one of the premier software development and production organizations in the Air Force. Approximately 520 personnel provide expert software support for the B-1, B-2, B-52 and E-3 aircraft. In addition, the group provides software maintenance for all cruise missiles. In support of the depot mission and warfighter shops, the group provides software design and maintenance for all assigned engines and a variety of individual components and systems. The Maintenance Support Group manages both industrial services in the 76th Maintenance Support Squadron and maintenance material support in the 776th Maintenance Support Squadron. The 76th Maintenance Support Group is the largest industrial maintenance organization in AFMC. It provides engineering, installation, maintenance, services, and management support for the wing's industrial plant equipment and facilities to include the precision measurement and physical sciences laboratories. The 76th Maintenance Support Group provides maintenance material support to the worldwide AFMC mission by determining and maintaining consumable and exchangeable part stock levels required to support aircraft, commodities, and engine repair. Additionally, they manage the General Support Division stock fund and are responsible for out-ofwarehouse inventory accountability.

72nd Air Base Wing

The 72nd Air Base Wing is the host organization for Tinker Air Force Base. The wing provides base installation and support services for the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center and more than 45 associate units assigned to six major commands, including the largest flying associate wing in Air Combat Command, the Navy's Strategic Communications Wing ONE and several Defense agencies.

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From the initial planned site of 960 acres in March 1941, Tinker's physical plant has become a "mega-facility." Today, the base is made up of 5,020 acres with 732 buildings containing 15.5 million square feet of floor space, including 136 acres of indoor maintenance area and 254 acres of ramp space, all supported by the 72nd Air Base Wing . The base is comparable to a city. Nearly 1,700 military and civilian personnel and approximately 1,600 contractors with the 72nd Air Base Wing provide essential support services for the 28,000- member Tinker work force, their dependents and more than 36,500 military retiree's in a six-county area. The wing provides critical base functions including: security, fire protection, medical services, civil engineering, communications, supply, transportation and air field operations. The base also offers a variety of recreational and leisure activities including the Tinker Club, l8-hole golf course, picnic grounds, library, movie theater, swimming pool, fitness centers and a bowling alley. Organizations assigned to the Wing include: 72nd Medical Group, 72nd Mission Support Group, 72nd Operations Support Squadron, Civil Engineer Directorate, 72nd Logistics Directorate, the Base Chapel, Base Response Planning, Military Equal Opportunity, Legal Services, Public Affairs and Financial Services. Tinker is host to operational missions for the Air Force and Navy as well as several Department of Defense agencies. Shared location and consolidation of these defense missions with the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center allows maximum use of technical skills, saves money and reduces aircraft down time.

552nd Air Control Wing

The 552nd Air Control Wing is responsible to the commander of Air Combat Command for the operations, maintenance, logistics, training and combat support of E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System and TC-18E training support aircraft. The wing provides combat-ready theater battle management forces at the direction of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. It deploys, operates and supports these forces worldwide ensuring combat capability for all peacetime and contingency operations. On July 1, 1976, the 552nd Airborne Warning and Control Wing moved to Tinker with a new airframe. Its mission was to train crews and to provide maintenance, computer and logistics support for the Air Force's operational inventory of 33 E-3 Sentry aircraft. On Oct. 1, 1991, Headquarters Tactical Air Command redesignated the wing as the 552nd Air Control Wing. This year, the 552nd ACW celebrates its 30th anniversary of E- 3 operations. The 552nd Air Control Wing, considered a high demand, low density unit, has supported Operations Enduring Freedom, Southern Watch, Northern Watch, Iraqi Freedom and continues conducting homeland defense operations in support of Operation Noble Eagle. In addition, the 552nd Air Control Wing currently conducts counter-narcotic missions in South America. The 552nd Air Control Wing reports to the 8th Air Force with headquarters at Barksdale Air Force Base, La. The wing consists of three groups to carry out its mission: the 552nd Operations Group, the 552nd Maintenance Group and the 552nd Communications Group.

Strategic Communications Wing One

Headquartered at Tinker are seven Navy commands that combine to form Strategic Communications Wing ONE or TACAMO, which stands for Take Charge and Move Out. Born during the 1960s Cold War, TACAMO Sailors carry out their mission of strategic communication, command and control. More than 1,200 Sailors carry out the day-to-day TACAMO mission. There are three TACAMO squadrons, Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadrons THREE, FOUR and SEVEN, which are more commonly referred to as VQ-3, VQ-4 and VQ-7. VQ-3 and VQ-4 fly the E-6B Mercury, a modified Boeing 707 to accomplish the mission.

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In addition, TACAMO also trains all of its maintenance personnel at the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Detachment Tinker, and Aircrew at Fleet Replacement Squadron SEVEN (VQ-7), training the pilots, navigators and engineers who fly the Mercury. Both units boast state-of-the-art computer-based training programs and scale aircraft training compartments to simulate in-flight routines and emergencies. Likewise, two high-tech flight simulators round out one of the Navy's most advanced training programs. An E-6B crew consists of approximately 14 aircrew and a battle staff. They generally fly a 10-hour mission where crews communicate with submerged ballistic submarines, Air Force bombers and intercontinental ballistic missile silos. The crew accomplishes this communication using a very low frequency antenna system. As the aircraft flies at a 25 ­ 40 degree bank in what is known as an "orbit" at only 10 knots above stall speed, up to five miles of cable are released from the rear of the aircraft to relay presidential directives to the strategic forces. TACAMO crews stand alert every day of the year, originating from mission deployments which last about two weeks and may take a Sailor to any number of places in the world. To support the squadrons and training pipeline, TACAMO hosts the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Strategic Communications Unit, Oklahoma City, the Personnel Support Detachment and Wing Command Staff. Originally stationed at both coasts, the squadrons were consolidated at Tinker in 1992, providing one central location for training, administration and mission execution. TACAMO has detachments at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., and Patuxent River Naval Base, Md. to accomplish the mission.

507th Air Refueling Wing

The Air Force Reserve Command's 507th Air Refueling Wing, located at Tinker and its subordinate unit, the 93lst Air Refueling Group, located at McConnell AFB, Kan., perform daily missions locally and around the world in support of Air Mobility Command and U.S. Strategic Command national emergency war orders. Both units operate and maintain the newest version of the KC-135R Stratotanker aircraft, providing worldwide aerial refueling to U.S. military and NATO aircraft. More than 1,500 men and women are assigned to both units with a full-time cadre of roughly 300 people serving as civilian employees or air reserve technicians. Full- and parttime reservists fly three to four missions daily and off-loaded millions of pounds of fuel in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Noble Eagle. In addition, the 507th Air Refueling Wing flies almost 3,000 hours annually supporting other operations. Beyond the refueling mission, the 507th Air Refueling Wing is also one of the most diverse Air Force Reserve units in existence. The wing also flies the British Aerospace BAE 125/800 "Hawker" in concert with the FAA inspecting and certifying military navigational aids around the world. The wing's newest unit is a rapid deployment, combat communications squadron, one of only two in the Air Force Reserve Command. The 507th Air Refueling Wing also serves as the support backbone for the 5l3th Air Control Group, the Air Force Reserve's only associate E-3 Sentry AWACS group. Expeditionary medical support round out the wing and make it one of the Reserve Command's most valuable assets.

3rd Combat Communications Group

The 3rd Combat Communications Group, commonly referred to as the 3rd Herd, is a unit of the Air Combat Command's 12th Air Force. The group's subordinate squadrons are the 3rd Combat Communications Support Squadron, the 31st, 32nd, 33rd and 34th Combat Communications Squadrons. The 700 members of the 3rd Air Refueling Wing provide deployable communications, computer systems,

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navigational aids and air traffic control services anywhere in the world in support of Air Force, DOD and other U.S. commitments. The unit's 700 personnel are trained to deploy more than 150 mission systems to provide initial service to Air Force wing customers and other units in locations where these capabilities don't exist, and are prepared to do so under hostile conditions. The 3rd Combat Communications Group's elements are self-sustaining during the initial phase of the expeditionary mission until relieved by follow-on forces and supplies.

38th Engineering Installation Group

The 38th Engineering Installation Group is part of Air Force Materiel Command and reports to the Electronic Systems Center at Hanscom AFB, Mass. The 38th Engineering Installation Group provides a variety of integrated command and control and information system services designed to increase the combat readiness of Air Force and DOD elements. These services include communications systems planning, engineering, program management, and contract support for implementation, maintenance and dial tone requirements. The 38th Engineering Installation Group is the only group in the Air Force that provides these services to bases, major commands, joint community, and combatant commands worldwide. They also maintain a cadre of deployable civilian and military engineers who respond to wartime taskings in contingency areas.

Defense Information Systems Agency Oklahoma City

Defense Information Systems Agency Oklahoma City provides the nation's warfighters a full range of state-of-the-art affordable information technology services including computer processing, system monitoring, communications, security, and software support. The computer center supports a worldwide clientele that includes Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, Joint Task Forces, Defense Security Cooperation Agency, OSD Composite Health Care, and other DOD agencies. Defense Information Systems Agency Oklahoma City provides Information Technology processing to more than 1.6 million users in all 50 states and 86 countries. The organization has capital assets in excess of $130 million and employs approximately 400 employees.

Defense Logistics Agency, Defense Distribution Center Oklahoma

Defense Logistics Agency, Defense Distribution Center Oklahoma was officially activated Aug. 2, 1992. Defense Logistics Agency, Defense Distribution Center Oklahoma provides 24-hour distribution support to the OC-ALC, other Tinker-based organizations and DOD and Foreign Military Sales customers worldwide. Approximately 75 percent of Defense Logistics Agency, Defense Distribution Center Oklahoma's shipments support Tinker on base customers. With more than 3.9 million square feet of available space, the center stores more than 200,000 line items. Almost 57,000 receipts and 87,000 issues and shipments are processed each month. The center also provides a full range of supply and transportation support services for air logistics center maintenance organizations, local associate organizations and DOD installations worldwide.

513th Air Control Group

The 513th Air Control Group was activated at Tinker in 1996. Flying the E-3 Sentry, or AWACS aircraft, they became the first Air Combat Command associate organization. The aircraft are owned by active duty units while Air Force reservists share in the maintenance workload and operational flying missions. Reservists fly the same missions and maintain the same professional flying and maintenance standards as their active-duty counterparts.

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When needed, the 513th Air Control Group provides theater commanders with trained aircrew, maintenance and support personnel for AWACS missions around the world. Since its inception, the 513th has deployed in support of Operations Northern Watch, Southern Watch, Iraqi Freedom, Noble Eagle and Enduring Freedom, counter drug efforts in the Caribbean and Central America as well as contingencies and exercises in Europe and South America. The 513th Air Control Group has approximately 300 traditional reservists and about 100 Air Reserve Technicians who serve full time. The 513th Air Control Group units include the 970th Airborne Air Control Squadron, the 513th Operations Support Flight, the 513th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and the 513th Maintenance Squadron.

OC-ALCs Mission

The OC-ALC is the worldwide manager for a wide range of aircraft, engines, missiles and commodity items. The center manages an inventory of aircraft, which includes the B-52, C/KC-135 and contractor logistics support aircraft as well as a substantial jet engine inventory ranging from the older Pratt and Whitney TF33 to newer, state-of-theart engines, such as the GE F118. Additionally, the center is responsible for the B-1B, B-2 and E-3 sustainment programs and manages the Air Force's 1600+ cruise missile inventory. The center performs depot maintenance on various aircraft and overhaul and repair on numerous jet engines, as well as being the technology repair center for automatic flight control, engine instruments, air driven accessories, hydraulics/ pneudraulics/pneumatics and oxygen and life support. Acquire and sustain the world's best aviation systems in partnership with our customers and suppliers. OC-ALC provides worldwide logistics support for B-1B, B-2, B-52, E-3, multipurpose C-135 series, Air Launched Cruise Missile (ALCM), Conventional Air Launched Cruise Missile (CALCM), Air Force Harpoon and the Advanced Cruise Missile (ACM) weapons systems. Navy Strategic communications Wing ONE is based at Tinker AFB allowing for enhanced depot support of the E-6 aircraft. Commonality between the E-6 and the E-3 airframes facilitates maximum utilization of depot support functions already in place. OC-ALC manages 30 contractor logistics support (CLS) mission designs including: C-9, VC-25, E-4, KC-10, C-12, C-26, C-20, C-38, C-21, T-43, E-9, UV-18, and USAF Academy Gliders for multiple Air force Commands, Army, Navy, Marines, other military services and non-military agencies. OC-ALC manages gas turbine engines used in fixed wing aircraft, helicopters, and cruise missiles. Engine models that either have been or are being managed include the TF30, TF33, TF34, TF39, F100, F101, F107, F108, F110, F112, F118, J79, J69, J85, T56 and T64. The OC-ALC is the organic Source of Repair (SOR) for the TF33, F100, F101, F108, F110 and F118 engines; the Navy's and F108-200 engines as well as some Navy aircraft components; and is the only SOR accomplishing overhaul/testing of F107 and F112 cruise missile engines. Depot functions are accomplished in a single facility that is capable of repair/overhaul of Navy F107-400 engines. OC-ALC is the Technology Repair Center (TRC) for hydraulic/pneudraulics, oxygen/ other gas generating equipment, instruments, B-1B offensive avionics systems, and engine related exchangeable. The Center manages approximately 32,000 diverse component items and repairs approximately 300,000 exchangeable items.

OC-ALC is the source of mission critical software engineering for center automated depot repair processes and management of assigned weapon systems. Categories of software include: Test Program Sets, Operational Flight Programs, and Industrial Automation.

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The E-3 Airborne Early Warning and Control Systems (AWACS) represents the world's standard for airborne early warning and control systems. AWACS fills the needs of both command and control (C2) / air battle management (ABM) functions for tactical and air defense forces. The AWACS offers superior surveillance capabilities. Equipped with a "look-down" radar, AWACS can separate airborne targets from ground and sea clutter returns. It also can detect and track both air and sea targets simultaneously. AWACS has earned the reputation as an international keeper of the peace.

The B-1B was first used in combat in December of 1998 in operation Desert Fox where the aircraft penetrated Iraqi air defenses to destroy Republican Guard barracks. In operation Enduring Freedom, B1Bs accounted for 5% of the strike sorties into Afghanistan and dropped more than 70% of the precision-guided JDAM weapons. In Operation Iraqi Freedom the B-1Bs demonstrated similar performance with 1% of the combat sorties yet 22% of the guided weapons.

B-52s saw action in 1991 during Operation Desert Storm, striking troop concentrations, staging areas and fixed installations. Today, in Operation Enduring Freedom, B-52s fly in support of U.S. and coalition forces, hitting ground targets with precision-guided munitions.

B-1 Lancer

In operation since 1957, the KC-135 Stratotanker is used primarily to re-fuel aircraft during flight. Modified KC-135s, however, serve as flying command posts, pure transport, electronic reconnaissance, and photo mapping craft.

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"When the enemy assesses our forces, he values only those forces which the logistics community has ready for combat, or can get ready in time, and then sustain for a requisite period of combat.." -- General F. Michael Rogers, USAF

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76th Software Maintenance Group

Overview

The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC), 76th Software Maintenance Group (SMXG) has been a respected leader in the avionics Software Industry for more than 40 years. As a pioneer within DOD in software process improvement (1st SEI CMM Level 4 in federal service), we completed 488 software deliveries during the Fiscal Years 2004-2006 (99% on time, 98% on budget). Given the complexity and diversity of the software products we deliver the statistics above are truly remarkable and rare in the software industry. Products delivered ranged from real-time information systems, automated test systems, mission critical on-aircraft software, mission planning software as well as numerous battle tested software. Today our warfighters and the weapon systems are inseparably linked with Software in defending the United States and its allies. The SMXG has some 500+ Software Professionals as well as our industry partners that are committed to making our warfighters the most dominant force in the world. We understand our customer's success in performing their missions depends on our ability to deliver on our promises. At SMXG, we deliver by providing superior performance and value!

Mission

Our mission is to provide the Air Force and other DoD warfighters with defect free, war-winning software solutions, supported by our commitment to continually improve our performance, our productivity, our affordability and our excellence.

Our Signature Capability

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Test System Development -Test Program Set (TPS) Operational Flight Programs (OFP) Engine Test Solutions Industrial Automation & Control Software

Summary

Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC) is the first Department of Defense agency to be ISO 9001 registered. We partner with our customers to satisfy their needs, providing an experienced, responsive staff, at a competitive price. At OCALC, we cultivate excellence in our people through the use of the latest technology and equipment. We are searching for the opportunity to put our facilities, equipment, and our most precious resource, our people, to work for YOU!

"Performance You Can Count On"

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Test System Development: Test Program Set (TPS)

· · · · B-1B, B-2, B-52, E-3, C-5, C-17, C-130, C-141, F-15, F-16, KC-135, A-10 Design & develop complete package of TPS which includes test software, Interface Test Adapter (ITA), ancillary equipments, Technical Manuals and related engineering drawings. Depot and Intermediate Level development since 1968 Testing Analog, Hybrid, RF, and Digital circuit card assemblies (CCAs), shop replaceable units (SRUs), and line replaceable units (LRUs)

Operational Flight Programs (OFP)

· · · · · B-1B, B-2, B-52, E-3 AWACS, KC-135 Air Launch Cruise Missiles (ALCM) Conventional Air Launch Cruise Missiles (CALCM) Advanced Cruise Missile (ACM) Navigation, Radar, Electronic Warfare, Weapon Delivery & Integration, Controls & Displays, Mission Planning, Simulation & Emulation, Defensive Management Systems, Avionics and System Engineering

Avionics Integrated Support Facilities (AISF)

· · · · B-1B, B-2, B-52, E-3, Missiles (ALCM, CALCM, ACM) High Fidelity Test Environments Real Mission Hardware & Software Hot mockup of the aircraft avionics interfaced with the controls and displays. Simulated dynamics of the aircraft are provided by a Vehicle System, and weapon simulation is provided by the Weapon System Simulators.

Avionics Test & Industrial Automation

· Automated Jet Engine Testing · Hardware/Software design, develop, maintain · Test Cell Design · Developers of Pacer Comet IV · Eddy Current inspection (ECI) team is the supplier of choice Engine Trending & Diagnostics · Developers of USAF Intelligent Trending & Diagnostic System Industrial Automation Tracking & Management Systems Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems Robotics & Bar-Coding Software Systems

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Test Program Set (TPS)

Overview

The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC), 76th Software Maintenance Group (SMXG) is a respected Industry Leader in Depot and Intermediate Level Test System Design and Fabrication for Test Program Sets hardware and Software since the 1970's. We provide engineering solutions to the long-term supportability of TPS's for many major Avionics programs at Tinker AFB. Our extensive diversified experiences and comprehensive technical services enable the programs to sustain its core workload missions of repairing the sophisticated electronics circuit boards in the Avionics weapon systems at minimum turnaround. Our expertise includes the design, development and maintenance of TPS from cradle to grave, including test fixture, software and hardware. Our sophisticated engineers keep our customers up to date with the latest Automated Test Equipment (ATE) platforms through innovative development and re-host efforts. In addition, our test facilities house the latest commercial-off-the-shelf automated test equipment for your specific testing needs. With our superb development processes and quality control management, you will assured that the product meets all your avionics testing needs and is delivered on time and within budget. A TPS typically consists of software, interfacing hardware, and documentation necessary to detect and isolate the key failures in the Unit Under Test (UUT). A TPS is developed for use in testing analog and digital Circuit Card Assemblies (CCAs), Shop Replaceable Units (SRUs), and Line Replaceable Units (LRUs) on Automated Test Equipment.

Our Signature Capabilities:

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Depot and Intermediate level development and support Analog, Hybrid, RF, and Digital CCAs designed & developed Complete TPS Development & Sustainment Interface Test Adapter (ITA) design & manufacturing Turn-Key Solutions & Prototype Test Development

Summary

Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC) is the first Department of Defense agency to be ISO 9001 registered. We partner with our customers to satisfy their needs, providing an experienced, responsive staff, at a competitive price. At OC-ALC, we cultivate excellence in our people through the use of the latest technology and equipment. We are searching for the opportunity to put our facilities, equipment, and our most precious resource, our people, to work for YOU!

"Performance You Can Count On"

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B-2 Intermediate and Depot Level

Organic B-2 TPS Development · LRU and SRU Test Software · ITA and Support Equipment · Technical Manuals and related engineering drawings · Configuration Manager and Software Acceptance for the B-2 Program Office (Hardware/Software)

B-1 Intermediate and Depot Level

Organic B-1 TPS Development · LRU and SRU Test Software · ITA and Support Equipment · Technical Manuals and related engineering drawings · Cal/Ver TPS developed to perform verification of test stand against its

Maintenance--B-1B, B-2, B-52, E-3,

C-5, C-17, C-130, C-141, F-15, F-16, KC135, A-10 · TPS Maintenance and Deficiency Correction · Investigative Analysis for suspected TPS problems · Avionics Test Stations Modernization Analysis and Support · Additional ITA Development

Engineering Services

· Sustaining Engineering/Customer Support for the Avionics Repair Function · Technical Order Verification · Test Program Set Prototyping · ATE Specification Development & Review · Technical Consulting & Software Acceptance · Contractor Proposal Evaluations

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Operational Flight Program (OFP)

Overview

Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center's (OC-ALC), 76th Software Maintenance Group's (SMXG), mission includes positioning operational capabilities in the field, improving and adding to them through software development and sustainment The Group performs this mission for the E-3, B-1, B-2, and B-52, E-3 AWACS, KC-135, and for the Air Launched Cruise Missile (ALCM), Conventional Air Launched Cruise Missile (CALCM), and Advanced Cruise Missile (ACM) weapons. SMXG has been providing software deliveries (nuclear/conventional) since the early 1970's to our customers, who include the United States Air Force, NATO Air Force, United Kingdom's Royal Air Force, the French Air Force, and Royal Saudi Air Force customers. We pride ourselves in being responsive to our customer's need and situation. Example, we delivered an emergency software release during a conflict within four days of the reported threats. Given the complexity and diversity of the software products we deliver, we rely on highly trained Engineers and Computer Scientists to apply their unique set of skills and experience to provide creative solutions in sophisticated electronic systems. With solid processes in place, evident by our 488 software deliveries during the Fiscal Years 2004-2006 (99% on time, 98% on budget), make us rare in the software industry. Another strength we have in our fielding avionics software is collaboration and teamwork between the program manager, system engineer, software developer, warfighter, and tester (noted by the above statistics).

Our Signature Capabilities

· · · · ·

Navigation, Radar, Electronic Warfare, Weapons Mission Planning, Weapon Delivery & Stores Management On-Board Electronics, Simulation, Flight Control System Defensive Management Systems, Controls & Displays System Engineering, Verification and Validation, Laboratory Operations

Summary

Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC) is the first Department of Defense agency to be ISO 9001 registered. We partner with our customers to satisfy their needs, providing an experienced, responsive staff, at a competitive price. At OC-ALC, we cultivate excellence in our people through the use of the latest technology and equipment. We are searching for the opportunity to put our facilities, equipment, and our most precious resource, our people, to work for YOU!

"Performance You Can Count On"

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B-1 Bomber

· Central Integrated Test System · Fully Integrated Data Link · Electrical Multiplex System

B-2 Bomber

· · · · · · Defensive Management Navigation Subsystem Air Vehicle Interface Pilot Evaluation Simulator Mission & Stores Management Smart Bomb Rack

B-52 Bomber

· · · · · Mission Planning Cruise Missiles ALCM, CALCM, ACM Radar Test Set Ground Maintenance Computer Program

E-3 AWACS

· · · · · GPS Integrated Navigation Surveillance Radar Electronic Support Measures Data Analysis Programming Group Identification Friend or Foe

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Avionics Integrated Support Facilities (AISF)

Overview

Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center's (OC-ALC), 76th Software Maintenance Group's (SMXG) test environments are crucial elements in successfully fielding avionics software deliveries. Our AISF emulate fielded Operational Flight Software systems to the maximum extend possible, thus reducing the risk of operational problems when the software is fielded. Each AISF provide our customers with one-of-a-kind capability to support a broad spectrum of technical and systems engineering inquiries; may have more than one hot mockup of the avionics. We currently accommodate six AISFs supporting the E-3, B-52, B-1, B-2 avionics platforms as well as the ALCM, CALCM, and ACM weapons subsystem platform. The heart of the AISFs capability lies in their ability to provide end-to-end testing with real mission hardware and software. Beginning with a target coordinate, loading a weapon, exercising the hardware and software and ending with a weapon on target, the AISFs offer analysis capability un-matched anywhere. Our team of scientists and engineers support our customers day in and day out solving an array of avionics, software and weapon systems related issues. Our unique fully integrated facilities enable us to support our customers in the field real-time! Since our labs are comprised of actual operational hardware and software that matches the fielded aircraft configurations, technical issues are resolved quickly through direct interface with the customer. We also have fault insertion tools and equipment to property diagnose and analyze any of our customer's flight or ground anomalies. Our labs cater to our customers needs by performing systems, pylon/launcher, aircraft avionics, and weapons integration testing. Whether it is a new weapon, new software or new hardware, the AISFs can be a valuable asset to keep your program on track. AISF ensures that all requirements are checked out and verified through our qualification test and analysis experts.

Our Signature Capabilities

· Hot mockup of the aircraft avionics interfaced with the controls and displays · High Fidelity Test Environments · Emulates the fielded system to the maximum extent possible

Summary

Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC) is the first Department of Defense agency to be ISO 9001 registered. We partner with our customers to satisfy their needs, providing an experienced, responsive staff, at a competitive price. At OC-ALC, we cultivate excellence in our people through the use of the latest technology and equipment. We are searching for the opportunity to put our facilities, equipment, and our most precious resource, our people, to work for YOU!

"Performance You Can Count On"

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B-1 Bomber AISF

The only integrated test capability for the B-1 weapon system in existence. · 5 B-1B Software Development Lines · CITS, EMUX, AFS, PFS, ORS, CDDS, , and ADS test facilities

B-2 Bomber AISF

With over 130 on-board computers, the B-2 test facility is one of the most modern self-contained state-of-art facilities in the world.

B-52 ALCM AISF

Only B52H Navigator/Radar Navigation Station test facility in the world that integrates: · Common Strategic Rotary Launcher which can carry (8) ALCMs, CALCMs, or gravity bombs · Pylon which can carry 6 ACMs, ALCMs, or CALCMs under each wing

E-3 AWACS Radar AISF

Unique laboratory analysis and test capability: · Radar, ESM, Navigation, Diagnostics system test capability · Since 1976 · Co-Located with 552nd Wing

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Industrial Automation & Control Software (IA)

Overview

Industrial Automation & Control Software The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC), 76th Software Maintenance Group (SMXG) provides mission critical software products to the owners of automated test, industrial control, and logistics systems for the Air Force. SMXG supports in excess of 25 systems comprised of more than 625 software programs in support of almost every weapon system maintained at Tinker AFB. Automated Test SMXG's Eddy Current Inspection (ECI) team is known throughout industry for their technical expertise and is the ECI supplier of choice. The team has recently started work on Ultrasonic Inspection (UTI), becoming one of the few in the world to develop fully automated inspections. Material Handling SMXG develops custom solutions for Management Decision Support. We implement desktop applications technology for Information Delivery and Management. We design, build and deploy proficient database and control systems which manage the flow of materials and direct manpower in the factory or warehouse workplace. Our application experience is scalable from a single desktop to a fully integrated Automated Storage and Retrieval System consisting of robotic vehicles, autonomous material handlers and powered conveyors connecting workspaces with opportunities.

Our Signature Capabilities

· · · · Industrial Automation Tracking & Management Systems Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems Robotics & Bar-Coding Software Systems Supports over 600 software programs written in 21 different languages

Summary

Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC) is the first Department of Defense agency to be ISO 9001 registered. We partner with our customers to satisfy their needs, providing an experienced, responsive staff, at a competitive price. At OC-ALC, we cultivate excellence in our people through the use of the latest technology and equipment. We are searching for the opportunity to put our facilities, equipment, and our most precious resource, our people, to work for YOU!

"Performance You Can Count On"

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Eddy Current

Our Eddy Current Inspection (ECI) team is known throughout industry for their technical expertise and is the ECI supplier of choice. Briefly, this support involves writing software to utilize robotics to inspect engine parts using an eddy current probe to detect flaws (microscopic cracks).

Ultrasonic Inspection

While Eddy Current inspects for surface defects, The Ultrasonic Inspection System (UTIS) searches for defects imbedded within the material itself. The system is one of only three in the world and the only one at an Air Force depot.

Plasma Spray

Our Plasma Spray Team provides software technical support, writing part programming to utilize robotics, thermalspray techniques and the diversity of spray able materials, along with advanced Plasma Spray control systems to increase jet engines component life and reducing costs.

Aircraft Control Integrated Tracking System (ACITS)

· Manages over 2,000 aircraft · Tracks information on all aircraft coming into depot for maintenance · ACITS tracks and records arrivals, d e p a rt u r es , e x e c uti v e l ev e l inspections, functional check flights, moves, etc.

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Engine Test

Overview

The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC) at Tinker AFB has been a pioneer in automated jet engine testing since the late 1960's. And, the 76th Software Maintenance Group (SMXG) provides the Air Force and other DoD war fighters with essential software capabilities and has a strong reputation of delivering its products on-time, on-budget, and free of defects. However, the capabilities of SMXG are not just limited to software. Since 1992, this "software" group has designed and manufactured both the software and hardware components for several test systems. Test systems designed and built by SMXG with specific engine applications include the Depot DEC Test & Repair System, used for testing the F110 Digital Engine Control, the DEC Functional Test System, used for engine troubleshooting on the B2, and the AF Automated Jet Engine Test System, a PLC-based engine test system. SMXG has also developed several other systems for avionics test, nuclear hardness, engine trending, and other testing needs for many different Air Force customers. SMXG has been awarded a prestigious contract to design and develop the Pacer Comet 4 (PC4) Test Cell System and associated TPSs. The new PC4 test cell system will replace the existing PC3 system at TAFB and incorporate many new technological advances to the test cell software, DAQ, intercom, video, and networking areas. PC4 will provide fully automated closed loop control capability and will be an important part of the Air Force's Engine Health Management (EHM) system. Our customers include the United States Air Force, Navy, and Foreign Military weapon system managers for the F110, F100, F101, TF33 and F108 engines.

Our Signature Capabilities

· Engine Test Systems design and development · Develop and maintain Test Program Sets (TPS) for Semi-Automated and Fully Automated jet engine testing for field and depot level · Engine Health Management · Engine Test Accessories

Summary

Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC) is the first Department of Defense agency to be ISO 9001 registered. We partner with our customers to satisfy their needs, providing an experienced, responsive staff, at a competitive price. At OC-ALC, we cultivate excellence in our people through the use of the latest technology and equipment. We are searching for the opportunity to put our facilities, equipment, and our most precious resource, our people, to work for YOU!

"Performance You Can Count On"

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Pacer Comet IV

Designed and being developed SMXG utilizing the latest technology. by

Pacer Comet IV will provide the USAF with enhanced turbine engine testing capabilities far into the future all the while increasing safety, reliability, maintainability, production throughput, and future expandability while decreasing life cycle cost.

Engine Test

SMXG develops and maintains jet engine test software for depot and field users. · AFTCTPS - provides a uniform platform for field-level engine testing · Cruise Missile Test Cell support · AF Automated Jet Engine Test System · Pacer Comet III - Depot TPS Development & Maintenance

Engine Health Management

SMXG develops software to support the Engine Health Management (EHM) system areas of Engine Download Device Software, Ground Station Software, Fan Balance Program, and Oil Analysis Program. These EHM systems are used through out the USAF engines such as F100 (F15/F16), F101 (B1), F108 (KC135 ARW), F110 (F16), F118 (B2), F404 (F117A), TF34 (A10), TF33 (all series).

Engine Accessories

Test systems designed and built by SMXG with specific engine applications: · · · Depot DEC Test & Repair System DEC Functional Test System DEC VXI Cart Test System

Fuel control software development and maintenance for jet engine and cruise missile testing systems.

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Oil Analysis Program · Determines the type and the amount

wear metals in oil samples from all types of engines and equipment. · Spectro-M machine requires the Internal OAP program. · PC desktop computer may interface with a Spectro-M unit using the External OAP program.

Engine Rotor Stacking & Balance

ERSBS re-stacks or "patternizes" jet engine blade sets for engine rotor disks by the blades on them. Entire blade sets balanced to precisions less than 0.01 gram. · Interfaces with a variety of MettlerToledo and Ohaus scales · Engines: F110, F101, F118, TF33, F108, and F100.

F110 EMSC Reprogramming

Reprograms unique firmware located in the F110 Engine Monitoring System Computer. This firmware behave similar to the BIOS is a personal computer. · Reduces the time required to reprogram the EMSC with improved performance and control algorithms · Uses CETS with CBETS battery pack.

Common Download Device (CDD) Software

· Common Download Device System is also called Common Engine Transfer System (CETS ) Unit/Kit. · Primary use is to download engine data from the aircraft on the flight line. · Fielded CETS are Panasonic ToughBook laptops (CF34, CF27, CF28, and CF29). · CDD software fielded for F110, F101, F100, & TF34 engines.

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Comprehensive Engine Trending & Diagnostics System (CETADS)

· · · ·

Engine trending and diagnostics software for O/I/D level. Local database on Work Center and Host computers. Interfaces with WITADS software (F110, F100, and F118) for further engine trending and diagnostics. Network Capability for Data Reconciliation and Data Transfer to

Windows Intelligent Trending & Diagnostic System (WITADS)

WITADS is an artificial intelligence application program that embeds engine trending knowledge from engine performance engineers (Propulsion) and engine experts (OEM). · Fielded for the following engines: F100, F101, F110, and F118.

Engine Health Management Plus Data Repository Center( EHM+DRC) uploads

Our software provisions data to the EHM+DRC. Numbers of uploading software are increasing. Data being sent to the EHM+DRC from CETADS, OAP, Test Cell, key Download Device data. Future plans call for data from the Eddy Current Inspection (ECI) data, ERSBS and RCM.

Engine Cycle Models

· · Engine Cycle Model integration and software interfaces. Provide software support for Engine Cycle Module to propulsion engineering staff for determine the state of the engine from production to performance

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Comprehensive Engine Trending & Diagnostics System (CETADS)

· Engine trending and diagnostics software for

O/I/D level.

· Local database on Work Center and Host

computers.

· Interfaces with WITADS software (F110,

F100, and F118) for further engine trending and diagnostics. · Network Capability for Data Reconciliation and Data Transfer to EHM+DRC servers. · CETADS data files (SEND, RAW, and HEADER) are required to be uploaded to the CBMDRC servers via Data Push Software (DPS) or Propulsion Data Exchange Utility (PDEU) which is a Web Application program.

Windows Intelligent Trending & Diagnostic System (WITADS)

WITADS is an artificial intelligence application program that embeds engine trending knowledge from engine performance engineers (Propulsion) and engine experts (OEM). · Fielded for the following engines: F100, F101, F110, and F118.

Engine Health Management Plus Data Repository Center (EHM+DRC) uploads

Our software provisions data to the EHM+DRC. Numbers of uploading software are increasing. Data being sent to the EHM+DRC from CETADS, OAP, Test Cell, key Download Device data. Future plans call for data from the Eddy Current Inspection (ECI) data, ERSBS and RCM.

Engine Cycle Models

· Engine Cycle Model integration and software interfaces. · Provide software support for Engine Cycle Module to propulsion engineering staff for determine the state of the engine from production to performance state.

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Comprehensive Engine Trending & Diagnostics System (CETADS)

· · · ·

Engine trending and diagnostics software for O/I/D level. Local database on Work Center and Host computers. Interfaces with WITADS software (F110, F100, and F118) for further engine trending and diagnostics. Network Capability for Data Reconciliation and Data Transfer to EHM+DRC servers.

Windows Intelligent Trending & Diagnostic System (WITADS)

WITADS is an artificial intelligence application program that embeds engine trending knowledge from engine performance engineers (Propulsion) and engine experts (OEM). · Fielded for the following engines: F100, F101, F110, and F118.

Engine Health Management Plus Data Repository Center (EHM+DRC) uploads

Our software provisions data to the EHM+DRC. Numbers of uploading software are increasing. Data being sent to the EHM+DRC from CETADS, OAP, Test Cell, key Download Device data. Future plans call for data from the Eddy Current Inspection (ECI) data, ERSBS and RCM.

Engine Cycle Models

· Engine Cycle Model integration and software interfaces. · Provide software support for Engine Cycle Module to propulsion engineering staff for determine the state of the engine from production to performance state.

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Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC) - 76th Maintenance Wing -

"The Air Force's Premier Organic Depot-Level Aircraft Maintenance Facility"

For inquiries:

Address:

76th Maintenance Wing Business Development Office 76MXW/OBWB 3001 Staff Drive, 2AH71A Tinker AFB, OK 73145-3029

Telephone:

(405) 739-9765

Fax:

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E-mail:

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