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Our Newest DAU Product Support ACQuipedia Article

We are pleased to let the life cycle logistics, product support management, and program management communities know that your DAU colleagues have deployed yet another new ACQuipedia article, this…

Our Newest DAU Product Support ACQuipedia Article

Our Newest DAU Product Support ACQuipedia Article
Bill Kobren & Shawn Harrison

We are pleased to let the life cycle logistics, product support management, and program management communities know that your DAU colleagues have deployed yet another new ACQuipedia article, this one focusing on the topic of "Military Commercial Derivative Aircraft (MCDA): Selecting a Part 91 or Part 121 Maintenance Program."

Deployment of this new article brings the total number of life-cycle logistics, product support, and sustainment-focused ACQuipedia articles to 179, representing over one-third of the 480 articles currently available to the defense acquisition workforce in the DAU ACQuipedia article portfolio.

This new article complements the existing “Military Commercial Derivative Aircraft (MCDA) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Approved Meet The Intent (MTI)” ACQuipedia article. Encourage Air Force and Navy Life Cycle Logisticians serving in MCDA programs to read through these two articles, the newest of which provides valuable resources related to Air Force and Navy policy, Federal Aviation Administration and Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) information, as well as considerations and decision points when selecting a maintenance strategy to best fit the Military Services' MCDA mission requirements.

Finally, our thanks to Mr Darren Veneman, MCDA subject matter expert at the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, for authoring the content for this article.