AR /OPNAVINST A/MCO Joint Regulation Governing the Use and Application of Uniform Source Maintenance. AR –82/SECNAVINST /AFMAN 21– This regulation contains internal control provisions in accordance with AR 11–2 and identifies key internal . AR JOINT REGULATION GOVERNING THE USE AND APPLICATION OF UNIFORM SOURCE MAINTENANCE AND RECOVERABILITY CODES.
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Recoverable, condemn at depot activity see Reportable Asset Management Process.
PH Item procured and stocked and has been identified to contain hazardous 700-82 that requires special handling during normal use. T PD source coded item which has peculiar application to training devices. Complete repair 700-82 The authorized performance of one repair action, which when completed as a lone repair, will return the item to serviceable condition.
Repair part Consumable items or materiel required for the maintenance, overhaul, or repair of a system, equipment, or end item. The item may be reconditioned for example, by adjusting and lubricating by the user.
For the system support structure, it may identify operational readiness objectives and supporting logistics considerations such as, placement and allocation of spares, support equipment, and personnel. Army programs will wr a Code C in the 3rd position to denote crew or operator maintenance performed within. G Field level repairable item.
PC Item procured and stocked, but is deteriorative in nature. Internal Control Ae, page Recoverability codes, page 13 Table F—1: X series source codes X series source coded items are items for which no demand is anticipated see table C—5. F Support item is removed, replaced, or used at the following intermediate activities: Items which are removed by the O level with no I level repair authorized; however, a I level must perform end to end test to verify failure prior to final disposition Beyond capability of maintenance.
Marine Corps app F. XD Support item with low mortality rate, not stocked. The authorized performance of one repair action, which when completed as a lone repair, will return the item to serviceable condition.
It is applied to an item, which because of probable discontinuance or shutdown of production facilities, would prove uneconomical to reproduce at a later time. References Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in appendix A.
The second position indicates the lowest maintenance activity authorized to perform a complete repair action for the item. Contents Listed by paragraph and page number.
Spare parts spares Repairable components or assemblies used for maintenance replacement purposes in the end items of equipment. Items subordinate to or associated with an end item and required to operate, service, repair, or overhaul an end item for 700-8, spares and repair parts.
The principal and mandatory schedule for using the checklist is to be prescribed by each Service and PA in their annually updated internal control plan. Not subject to automatic replenishment.
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XB Support item with low mortality rate, not procured or stocked. Support item with low mortality rate, not procured or stocked.
Repair The restoration of an unserviceable item to operating condition as necessitated by wear and tear, damage, failure of parts, or the like.
Air Force Instruction 23— D Support items that are removed, replaced, or used at depot only: A non-repairable item or repair part, which can be discarded more economically than it can be repaired or which is consumed in use.
Refer to appropriate manuals and directives for specific instructions.
Field level repairable item. On hand assets may be issued until exhausted. Repair fourth positionpage 12 Table E—1: