7-9 September 2010Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida                                1
7-9 September 2010                              Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida     Apache AH-64Unique Identification (U...
7-9 September 2010                                 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida                UID Policy• DFARS Clau...
7-9 September 2010                                    Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida       Boeing Mesa UID Plan– Effect...
7-9 September 2010                                      Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida                Implementation• F...
7-9 September 2010                                   Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida          Implementation            ...
7-9 September 2010                                            Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida                   Phased A...
7-9 September 2010                                           Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida                 Future Apac...
7-9 September 2010                                        Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida           Boeing UID System (B...
7-9 September 2010                                                            Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida         •S...
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7-9 September 2010                                                Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida                AH-64 I...
7-9 September 2010                                  Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida        Depot Maintenance Work       ...
7-9 September 2010                                       Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida     South Carolina National Arm...
7-9 September 2010                                            Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida    South Carolina National...
7-9 September 2010                                      Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida    South Carolina National Army ...
7-9 September 2010                              Hilton Orlando – Orlando, FloridaTool Room Manage System (TRMS)• Developed...
7-9 September 2010                                            Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida        Current & Future AI...
7-9 September 2010        Hilton Orlando – Orlando, FloridaQuestions    QTHANK YOU                                       19
7-9 September 2010          Hilton Orlando – Orlando, FloridaBack-up Slides                                         20
7-9 September 2010                                     Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida         Apache PMO and Boeing    ...
7-9 September 2010                                            Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida           Apache PMO and B...
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The Apache Help and UID

  1. 1. 7-9 September 2010Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida 1
  2. 2. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Apache AH-64Unique Identification (UID) USG: Charles R. Roesch 256-842-1116 Charles-Roesch@u.s.army.mil Boeing: Frank W. Murtagh 480-891-7065 frank.w.murtagh@boeing.com 2
  3. 3. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida UID Policy• DFARS Clause 252.211-7003 is included in all new contracts. – MIL-STD-130• DA Memorandum, 9 Dec, 2008 Subject: DoD instruction 8320.04 “Item Unique Identification (IUID Standards for Tangible Personal property)” June 16 2008 3
  4. 4. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Boeing Mesa UID Plan– Effective 14 December, 2006– Developed in Mesa, coordinated and signed by Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) Mesa and the Apache PM Logistics office– Included in the Extended Block ll (EB ll) Apache contract– Includes Foreign Military Sales (FMS) aircraft under the EB ll contract– Future aircraft production contracts, e.g. Apache Block 3 (AB3), will have addendums added for specific requirements– All changes formalized via contract change– Part numbers will not be changed to indicate UID 4
  5. 5. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Implementation• Formed site team for Automated Identification Technology• Appointed PM for Apache programs• Bi-weekly telecon with the U.S. Government (USG)• Three Phased Plan• Engineering drawings and process specifications used to control UID• Part by part basis• MIL-STD-130 governing USG regulation• Follow common Boeing Defense Systems practice (when possible) 5
  6. 6. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Implementation Cont’d• UID Construct 1 is used at the Mesa site.• Implementation schedules are dependent on: • The date of effectivity of each contract • The level of complexity of the part and marking technique • The lead time of the part• Once a part receives a UID all future new procurements of the part will include UID requirements• Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) parts provided under a re-manufacturing or overhaul contract will be marked if specified in the contract and all non-recurring requirements are met (e.g. Depot Maintenance Work Requirements [DMWR] updates) 6
  7. 7. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Phased Approach• Extended Block ll (EB II) Apache • All Phases- 297 parts UID compliant – DFAR UID requirements – Coordination with the USG • Phase I (contracted in Wartime Replacement Aircraft [WRA] and EB II) – Contracted September, 2005 – UID applied to 94 new production parts • Phase II – Contracted December, 2009 – UID will be applied to 144 parts (contains GFE ‘used’ parts) • Phase III – Contracted August, 2010 – UID (Direct on the Part Mark) UID will be applied to 59 parts 7
  8. 8. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Future Apache (Prototypes Are Flying)• Apache Block 3 (AB3) – Proposing Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) • Milestone C scheduled for September, 2010 – Contracts in place for the System Design and Development (SDD) Phase and Long Lead LRIP support – AB3 Apache UID • UID plan in place • Non Recurring Engineering complete – (Data plates and Direct on Part Mark) • Marking 62 AB3 unique parts that meet DFAR requirements 8
  9. 9. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Boeing UID System (BUS)• IT Systems at Mesa have been developed to support UID implementation • BUS – Oracle based – Maintains contracted lists of parts that require UID – Collects incoming supplier provided UID part data – Tracks UID part from receiving through aircraft delivery – Reports Aircraft and Spares UID items data IAW DFARS requirements to the DoD registry – BUS Change Control Board (BCCB) keeps the system relevant and current with evolving DoD, Army and Boeing requirements 9
  10. 10. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida •Shows UID parts by installation Provides the following info by position: location and ME plan: •Number of UID parts •How many scanned •How many missed •% complete by positionWill alert missing UID scans before each line move automatically (byemail to team lead & management) Provides metric to track scanning 10
  11. 11. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Progression of AH-64 IUID Parts Marking Contractor Marked45,000 40,985 40,340 37,06940,000 34,399 34,846 35,385 32,361 32,99935,000 31,143 27,95630,00025,00020,00015,00010,000 5,000 0 Totals as of Totals as of Totals as of Totals as of Totals as of Totals as of Totals as of Totals as of Totals as of Totals as of 10/20/2009 11/20/2009 12/20/2009 1/20/2010 2/20/2010 3/20/2010 4/20/2010 5/20/2010 6/20/2010 7/20/2010 M onths Contractors Total: 40,985 Apache PM Total: 62,886 Grand Total: 103,871 11
  12. 12. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida AH-64 IUID Program for Legacy Marking• Objectives: Progress towards legacy UID compliance• Assign UIIs by adding a laser etched-printed tag (along with existing data plates)• AH-64 marked with Tesa Tape UID Label UID Data Matrix Apache Legacy Marking Boeing’s AH-64D UII Data Plate Tesa Tape UID Label 12
  13. 13. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Depot Maintenance Work Requirements (DMWR)• Apache PM began DMWR updates, Aug 2008 – Apache has 59 DMWRs requiring IUID-90% complete – Depots will include IUID as the DMWR are updated • Most DMWRs have numerous parts • Contracts, Depots and OLR began marking - Jan 08 Enable Depots and Contractors to apply IUID 13
  14. 14. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida South Carolina National Army Guard Demonstration• PM-JAMS Missile Launcher Data Collection System Demonstration on AH-64 – Purpose: To collect missile and missile launcher data on- site using information contained within the component’s UID data matrix. – Advantage: Distribute the data from the unit to all command and project management levels to improve security, safety, reliability, and performance of the weapon system. 14
  15. 15. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida South Carolina National Army Guard Demonstration Cont’d Using UII to Collect Information• Date of reading – date that the reading was taken• Missile S/N – missile serial number• AC Tail Number – aircraft tail number on which missile is installed• Launcher Serial # - serial number of the missile launcher on which the missile currently installed 15
  16. 16. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida South Carolina National Army Guard Demonstration Cont’d Benefits• Provides a standardized input format for collecting vital aircraft, launcher, and missile Captive Carry Health Monitor (CCHM) data.• UID integration reduces the occurrence of inaccurate data due to input errors being collected and sent to key decision makers.• Automated data export insures the timely and seamless acquisition of critical condition based maintenance data. 16
  17. 17. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, FloridaTool Room Manage System (TRMS)• Developed by 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) and U. S. Army Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC), – Funded by PM - JAIT• AH-64D units being field by AMRDEC• TRMS fielding to Apache continues – 1-285 ARB – 1-211 ARB – 1-135 ARB – 4-3 ACS 17
  18. 18. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Current & Future AIT Efforts• Apache PM and Boeing continual to implement IUID marking. – Legacy – Fielding of Tool Room Management System (TRMS) to Apache Battalions – Conduct study to determine additional marking candidates. Apache PM awaiting for STAIMS to support IUID Tracking 18
  19. 19. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, FloridaQuestions QTHANK YOU 19
  20. 20. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, FloridaBack-up Slides 20
  21. 21. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Apache PMO and Boeing IUID Coordination• Continue working War Replacement Aircraft, Extended Block II and Apache Block III IUID marking with Boeing• Block III Low Rate Initial Production Alpha Contracting – Working with Boeing to mark Block III unique parts with IUID• Implementation in all Apache DMWRs – Coordinate with Corpus Christi Army Depot and Boeing – DMWRs have numerous parts 21
  22. 22. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Apache PMO and Boeing IUID Coordination Cont’d•Boeing UID System (BUS) data base has adequateinformation to register items with DOD IUID registry • Serial number • Part number • Contract number • Other data that can be in the DOD Register• PM Office and Boeing to assess processes toimplement legacy parts marking 22

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