[September 17-18, 2020] US Military Airworthiness Certification with MIL-HDBK-516

$1,350.00

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Description

September 17-18, 2020

Seminar: #1107

This is a two-day training course. Drake also provides 1, 2, or 3 day course options. This training program is unique in the industry because it provides a practical understanding from a manufacturer’s point of view of how to implement a US Military Airworthiness Program.  Training includes group participation in a sample project using the US Military process conducted in accordance with MIL-HDBK-516 DoD Airworthiness Certification Criteria and MIL-STD-882 DoD System Safety.

This material is presented by instructors who have extensive industry experience working with US Military Certification Programs including MIL-HDBK-516.

Below is the course outline:

One, two, and three day seminars follow the following outline and address the subjects at appropriate detail.

  • INTRODUCTION
    • Principle philosophy (Tenets) of US Military Airworthiness
    • Design, Maintenance, Operation
    • Legal Construct in US Military Airworthiness
    • Timeline of Key Certification Standards
      • Safety Standard for US Military Aircraft Certification (MIL-STD-882)
      • Qualification Planning (MIL-HDBK-516-516)
    • Questions and answers
  • MIL-HDBK-516, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE HANDBOOK: AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION CRITERIA
    • Origin of MIL-HDBK-516
    • Purpose and Role of MIL-HDBK-516
    • Organization of MIL-HDBK-516
    • Design, Testing, Operation, Safety Standards, Configuration Control, Maintenance
    • Review of MIL-HDBK-516
    • Introduction to Sample Project
      • Sample of Tailoring MIL-HDBK-516, (group discussion)
    • Questions and answers
    • PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION OF MIL-HDBK-516
      • MIL-HDBK-516 Program Implementation
        • Process to Develop and Submit the Airworthiness Artifacts of Compliance
        • Reverse Matrix Identifies the Criteria for Each Artifact
        • Example Burn Down Graph of MIL HDBK 516 Artifacts
      • Joint Service Specification Guide (JSSG)
      • How does this Section Apply to our Sample Project? (Group Discussion)
        • Application to Sample Program (Group Discussion)
      • Questions and answers

 

  • MIL-STD-882: DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE STANDARD PRACTICE – SYSTEM SAFETY
    • Purpose of Mil-Std-882 Standard Practice – System Safety
    • Organization of Mil-Std-882 Standard Practice – System Safety
    • System Safety Process as defined by Mil-Std-882
    • Risk Hazard Index Matrix (hazard tracking)
    • Mil-Std-882 Order of Precedence
    • Mil-Std-882 Related Data Item Descriptions (DIDS)
    • Sample DID DI-SAFT-80101
    • Principle Analysis of Mil-Std-882 as applicable by Phase
    • Format of Hazard Analysis worksheets
    • Completing Hazard Analysis Worksheets
    • Hazard definition of Mil-Std-882
    • Not Hazards
    • Example Hazards
    • Hazard Identification (group Discussion)
    • How does this Section Apply to our Sample Project? (Group Discussion)
      • Application to Sample Program (Group Discussion)
      • Sample Worksheet (Group Discussion)
    • Questions and answers

 

  • TIMELINE OF THE US MILITARY AWC PROCESS.
    • Typical Airworthiness timeline
      • (1) Elements of the design airworthiness process
      • (2) Elements of the production airworthiness process
      • (3) Elements of the continued airworthiness process
    • Additional System Safety Tasking
    • First Article Inspection
    • First Flight Readiness Review
    • Typical Artifacts required to Initiate a First Flight
    • First Flight (Manufacturer)
    • Range Safety Approval
    • More Artifacts of Compliance
    • Envelope Expansion
    • Initial Operational Test & Evaluation (IOT&E)
    • Operational Test Readiness Review
    • Operational Test Readiness Review Checklist
    • Operational Safety Suitability & Effectiveness (OSS&E)
    • Production Approval
    • Initial Operational Capability (IOC)
    • How does this section apply to our sample project? (Group Discussion)
    • Questions and Answers
  • Additional Considerations
    • Continued and continuing Airworthiness
    • Types of US Military Airworthiness Programs
    • Working with hybrid Civil/Military Airworthiness
    • Certification of changes to an existing non-MIL-HDBK-516 program
    • Certification of changes to an existing Mil-Hdbk-516 program
    • Comparison of Military vs Civil
      • Military Regulations vs law
      • Legal construct in US Military Airworthiness vs FAA Type Certification
      • MIL-STD-882 vs AC-1309
      • Class I and Class II changes vs. FAA type design changes
      • Military Manufacturer and Government liability vs Civil Manufacturer and FAA
      • Military Acceptance of Civil, No acceptance by Civil of Military
    • How does this section apply to our sample project? (Group Discussion)
    • Questions and answers
  • Closing Remarks/Graduation
    • Remarks
      • Questions and answers
    • Certificate Awards

 

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