Introduction paras 1.2 and Issue para 1.7
The introduction states the AFCAMAN is tri-service (should be tri-Service) and is authorised by CAF for use by the Defence Organisation.
1. If it is a tri-Service manual, is CAF authorised to release tri-Service manuals and why is it titled 'Air Force' …?
2. Issuing the manual were released by the DefAA and titled 'Australian Defence Force Continuing Airworthiness Manual' or 'Defence Continuing Airworthiness Manual', would remove those discrepancies.
3. The term 'Defence Organisations' does not align with the direct target 'Continuing Airworthiness Organisations (CAO)'; or the correct designation of 'Defence': the term 'Defence Organisation' was removed from use many years ago; or, if meaning to identify the composition of Defence the phrase is, 'Services and Groups'.
4. Is it a tri-Service (ADF) Manual or a Defence Manual?
a. If a Defence Manual (which it should be because it needs to bind CASG and other Groups, and the DefAA can issue Defence Manuals for airworthiness matters) then rewrite accordingly, and retitled 'Defence Continuing Airworthiness Manual'.
b. If it is an ADF Manual the front page logo needs to be changed to the ADF Emblem and titled 'Australian Defence Force Continuing Airworthiness Manual'.