AIRCRAFT INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT

  

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The Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department's mission is to maximize repair capability by providing high-quality maintenance repair, restoration, fabrication, and support services for all Shipboard and Strike Force asset customers while incorporating AIRSpeed principles in support of Cost-Wise Readiness and Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) initiatives.  Our Sailor’s safety, welfare, and professional training are paramount to the completion of our mission.  We foster the development of well-rounded American citizens and exemplary US Navy ambassadors onboard the Navy’s premier and always ready Aircraft Carrier.
 
IM-1 The Staff Division, consists of a production staff to manage 57 Maintenance Work Centers in the processing of hundreds of repairable items on a daily basis.
 
IM-2 The General Maintenance Division, performs repairs on aircraft engines, propeller assemblies, hydraulic components, metal and composite aircraft structures, aviation life support systems and personal survival equipment.
 
IM-3 The Avionics/Armament Division, performs repairs on assigned test benches/sets and aircraft electrical and electronic components to support aircraft communication and navigation equipment, computers, radars and electronic countermeasures systems. IM-3 also provides intermediate support for weapons systems such as bomb racks, missiles launchers and aircraft guns.
 
IM-4 The Support Equipment Division, aids flight and hangar deck operations by inspecting, repairing and servicing ground support equipment for work on and around aircraft.
AIMD doubles its assigned manpower during each at-sea operating period upon the arrival of sea duty detachments of technicians (SEAOPDETS), from shore-based Fleet Readiness Centers.

AIMD doubles its assigned manpower during each at-sea operating period upon the arrival of sea duty detachments of technicians (SEAOPDETS), from shore-based Fleet Readiness Centers.