COMFRC

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COMFRCCommander, Fleet Readiness Center (US DoD)
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As part of the overall reform effort to improve performance at FRC depots, COMFRC N41 is working with NAVSUP WSS Philadelphia and NAVSUP Headquarters to increase supply officer presence at the three primary aviation depots.
In coordination with the NAVSUP WSS industrial support department, the FRC-SW commanding officer/executive officer (CO/XO) and COMFRC N41 developed notional tasks to improve FRC production, including project planning and forecasting; repairable carcass management; materiel sourcing and disposition; supply process overview; and bill of materiel (BOM) accuracy.
His shore tours include airframes/ avionics division officer, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department, Norfolk, Virginia; assistant chief of staff for logistics, Commander, Strike Force Training Atlantic and Aviation Readiness; support equipment director, Commander, Naval Air Force Atlantic Fleet, Norfolk; and Commander, Fleet Readiness Center (COMFRC) Mid-Atlantic, Oceana, Virginia.
Zarkowski's acquisition tours include deputy program manager, Consolidated Automated Support System Electro Optics Plus in Aviation Support Equipment; aide to the Commander, Naval Air Systems Command; Autonomic Logistic Systems Engineering Integrated Product Team lead, the Joint Strike Fighter Program Office; and COMFRC Mid-Atlantic.
--Expand the use of COMFRC Colocated Maintenance and Maintenance Optimization initiatives.
CJ Jaynes, NAVAIR Assistant Commander for Logistics and Industrial Operations (NAVAIR 6.0) and the Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers (COMFRC), is spearheading NAVAIR's initiative to improve affordability.
The visit concluded with COMFRC and NAVSUP WSS leadership discussing future aviation sustainment strategies and solutions to foster continuous material availability.
The COMFRC enterprise has a TCIR rate of 2.12 and a DART rate of 1.28 through the first three quarters of fiscal 2018--the top milestone in safety metrics in COMFRC history.
Ahmad briefed the Naval Aviation Enterprise (NAE) and COMFRC's recent and future initiatives at the SAS Expo April 10.
For example, expenditures on factors like parts, labor and packaging for a radar receiver shipped to a depot would exceed $240,000, said Don Fincham, COMFRC Aviation Maintenance and Material Department Level II Readiness coordinator.
Paul Sohl, Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers (COMFRC), shared the Naval Aviation Enterprise's (NAE) collaborative effort to address the aging Hornet fleet maintenance and repairs.