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Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Twelve Sailors and Marines were nominated by their commands for the Enterprise AIRSpeed Innovator of the Year Award. The winner will be announced at the summit June 21.  Click on the story below for more information on the nominees. Twelve Sailors and Marines were nominated by their commands for the Enterprise AIRSpeed Innovator of the Year Award. The winner will be announced at the summit June 21. Click on the story below for more information on the nominees.

Nominees for the Enterprise AIRSpeed Innovator of the Year Award announced
The successes of a command are rooted in its leadership and personnel.  No where is that more true than in an maintenan...

Organizers, attendees gear up for summit
Event to focus on metrics, the integration of Enterprise AIRSpeed tools l...

First Enterprise AIRSpeed Summit to be held June 19-21
Project office seeks nominations for excellence awards, success story briefs Click A...
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Nominations for Enterprise AIRSpeed Site of the Year "Battle A" Award and Individual Award are due 31 May.
VP-46 O-level AIRSpeed implementers: AD2 Finley, AME1 Holman, LTJG Null, AM2 O'Connor, PR1 Sparks.
Twenty-six civilians and sailors recently completed the week-long Green Belt class at North Island Depot, including VADM William Massenburg (on the left), and VADM James Zortman (on the right). Standing behind the admirals is CAPT David Graff, NAVAIR assistant commander for contracts, who also completed the training.  Photo by Joe Feliciano.
AL ASAD, Iraq - Corporal Walter Vidal, an airframe mechanic with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 26 fixes a gun turret at the MALS-26 compound, May 17. MALS-26’s maintenance division doesn’t measure its effectiveness in turn-around time or repair time, but squadron readiness. They prioritize their parts in order of demand and repair the most critical parts first.
Photo by: Cpl. C. Alex Herron
Lt. Cmdr. Art Harvey, far left, from Naval Air Systems Command in Patuxent River, Md., is the lead military facilitator on the Naval Air Facility Misawa team providing training on Enterprise AIRSpeed, a new program to improve naval aviation maintenance and supply practices. Other Misawa personnel helping with the implementation include, from left, Lt. Cmdr. Freddie Davis, Lt. Darren Wright, Petty Officer 1st Class Donald Templeton and Petty Officer 1st Class Nick Cillo.
RDAM Starling and VADM Massenburg discuss Enterprise AIRSpeed and the work of the technician below during a Boots on the Ground visit to the AIMD at Oceana.
RADM Starling, CNAL and VADM Massenburg, Commander NAVAIR take a close look at the AIRSpeed efforts being done at AIMD Oceana, VA
AT1(AW/SW) Jason Guerricagoitia shows VADM Wally Massenburg the Buffer Management Tool 4.0 during a Boots on the Ground tour of CSFWP DET AIMD Lemoore (Photo By AT1 (AW) John Painter)
Senior Chief Noble and his NAS North Island AIMD Paraloft team.
070210-N-3038W-043 Pacific Ocean (Feb. 10, 2007) - Aviation Ordnanceman 3rd Class Travis Alverson helps guide the gun turret onto rails so it can be raised into an F/A-18F Super Hornet assigned to the "Black Knights" of Strike Fighter Squadron One Five Four (VFA-154) aboard Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74). Stennis, having conducted flight and integrated Strike Group operations off the coast of Guam, is transiting west as part of the John C. Stennis Carrier Strike Group (JCSSG) toward the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility. USS John Stennis served as a prototype for Enterprise AIRSpeed implementation design in 2006.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman John Wagner (RELEASED)
A view of USS John C. Stennis’ “Leaned”  “metal  mountain” in Hangar Bay 3 from Elevator 4 looking aft.   Stennis’ time-to-reliably-replenish went from nine days to just over two days thanks to several continuous process improvement events that employed the Theory of Constraints, Lean and Six Sigma.  Stennis served as a prototype for Enterprise AIRSpeed implementation design aboard aircraft carriers in 2006.  See story below.
Aviation Supply Clerk Cpl. Warith Najieb takes a look at an identification placard on equipment stored in Marine Aviation Logistic Squadron (MALS)13 Aviation Supply Department's (ASD) warehouse.  The ASD implemented the color-coded placard system to make detailed information on each item clearly visible. The ASD was one of the activities showcased during the “Boots-on-the-Ground” tour in March.
Enterprise AIRSpeed will hold its inaugural summit at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Fl., June 19-21 to provide a forum for face-to-face discussion and collaboration.  The project office also seeks nominations for excellence awards and success story briefs.  For more information, click on the link below.
Nominations for Enterprise AIRSpeed Site of the Year "Battle A" Award and Individual Award are due 31 May.
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Q: How many SCTE were trained in 2006?
A: 150

Q: How many SCDTE were trained in 2006?
A: 112



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