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accomplished in accordance with the procedures in this ETL.
2-5.2.2 The repair procedures will be documented on an ADR log similar to the one
provided in Attachment 1. This form will then be updated to reflect subsequent aircraft
traffic and required maintenance throughout the history of the repair. If another team
replaces the initial repair team, this form should be given to the follow-on team. This
information will be useful in planning or performing any further maintenance and/or
upgrade of the repairs.
2-5.2.3 Upon completion of repairs, the status of the airfield/repairs should be
provided to the airfield manager or other individual authorized to monitor and control on-
site aircraft operations. This individual can then issue a NOTAM to change the airfield
status. If questions arise, the following contacts may be useful:
2-220.127.116.11 Navy/Marine Corps Operations. Contact the Marine Corps Airfield Service
Officer. All AM-2 mat airfield installations on which aircraft operate under their own
power require certification in accordance with NAWCADLKE-MISC-48J200-0011. AM-2
mat expanses on which aircraft are towed only do not require certification. The
inspector must use the instructions and procedures in NAWCADLKE-MISC-48J200-
0011 to ensure the structural and functional integrity of AM-2 mat and accessories.
Annual certifications will be accomplished after the initial certification.
2-18.104.22.168 Air Force Operations
For questions regarding the suitability of paved airfields, contact Headquarters
Air Mobility Command, Airfield Analysis (HQ AMC/DOVS), DSN 779-3112.
For questions regarding the suitability of semi-prepared airfields, contact
Headquarters Air Mobility Command, Directorate of Operations (HQ AMC/DOK), DSN
If information on a particular airfield is not available from HQ AMC/DOVS or HQ
AMC/DOK, or if a site survey is required, contact Headquarters Air Mobility Command,
Tanker Airlift Control Center, Mission Support Cell (HQ AMC TACC/XOPM), DSN 779-
4015, who tasks Tanker Airlift Control Elements (TALCE) and/or Air Mobility Operations
Groups (AMOG) to perform suitability surveys of paved airfields; or Headquarters Air
Force Special Operations Command, Operations and Training (HQ AFSOC/DOO), DSN
579-4073, who tasks Special Tactics Teams (STT) through the 720th Special Tactics
Group, Operations and Training (STG/DOO), DSN 579-4250, to perform semi-prepared
airfield or landing zone surveys.
PERMANENT REPAIRS. Permanent airfield pavement repairs should be
accomplished in accordance with the design standards contained in UFC 3-260-02 and with
procedures contained in TM 5-822-7, Standard Practice for Concrete Pavements, and TM 5-
822-8, Bituminous Pavements Standard Practice, for rigid and flexible pavements, respectively.