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1 Unit Armorer Sustainment Training
21st TSC G4 MAIT

2 Welcome Must be assigned as unit armorer or assistant armorer.
Course not designed to certify you as a qualified armorer. Designed to refresh requirements and PMCS/Services.

3 The M.A.I.T. Maintenance Assistance and Instruction Team.
Retired Military with more then 100 years of experience collectively The MAIT is authorized by AR to be a tool for the commanders in assistance for maintenance issues. We are retired military with more then 100 years of maintenance collectively.

4 Course Objective To provide sustainment training for unit armorer’s and assistant armorer’s. Review Physical Security Requirements and Forms. Review POF and Ammunition Requirements. Review PMCS and Service Requirements.

5 Arms Room Construction
Verified by qualified engineer personnel. Statements prepared on DA Form 4064-R. Indicate highest construction category (Class I, II, III, IV AA&E). Affixed on inside wall Revalidated by engineer personnel every 5 years. Arms room construction, and structure composition will be verified by qualified engineers. The will certify that the ceilings, roofs, walls, doors and windows meet construction standards. The statements will be prepared on DA Form 4064-R. The statement will indicate the highest construction category met for AA&E. A copy of DA Form 4064-R will be posted on the inside wall of the arms room and available for inspection. DA Form 4064-R must be revalidated every 5 years. Class I: Non-nuclear manportable missiles and rockets (Redeye, Stinger, LAW, Viper, Javelin, etc.) Explosive complete rounds Category I missiles and rockets. Class II: Light automatic weapons including M2 50 cal, M16A2, SAW and MK19 40mm machine gun. Hand or rifle grenades, high explosives and white phosphorous. Mines, antitank or antipersonnel (unpacked weight of 50 pounds or less. Explosives used in demolition operations (C4, dynamite and TNT). Class III: Launch tubes for Dragon, Hamlet, TOW, tracker for Dragon, grenade launchers, mortar tubes up to 81mm., flame throwers, optical sights for ground mounted TOW, Launch control for Javelin missile. Class IV: Shoulder fired weapons, other than manportable missiles, rockets, and grenade launchers, not fully automatic, Handguns, recoilless rifles including 90mm AR Feb 1998

6 Arms Room Personnel Commanders will determine the reliability and trustworthiness of personnel before they are assigned duties involving control of AA&E. (Para 2-11) Continued evaluation of AA&E personnel. Repeated every 3 years. Commanders will be selective in assigning duties involving control of AA&E. Only personnel who are mature, stable, and have shown a willingness and capability to perform tasks in a dependable manner will be assigned to duties which involve responsibility for the control, accountability and shipment of AA&E. DA Form 7281-R (Command Oriented Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) Security Screening and Evaluation Records) will be used to evaluate potential candidates. Completed forms will be maintained on file within the unit until the individual departs or is relieved from AA&E oriented duties. As a minimum, the command oriented screening will include: A personal interview conducted by the immediate supervisor or commander. A request for medical file check of active duty personnel. A personnel records check. A records check of the provost marshal or security officer. A records check of local law enforcement agencies, if permitted by law. Commanders may deny access to personnel when doubt exists as to their reliability and trustworthiness. Record of alcohol abuse. Record of sale, use or possession of drugs and narcotics. Record of mental instability or disorders. Record of judicial or nonjudicial punishment. Pattern of behavior or actions which are reasonably indicative of a contemptuous attitude toward the law. Continuing evaluation of all personnel is essential to the success of the AA&E screening process. Security screening checks will be repeated every three years. AR Feb 1998

7 Required Forms and Regulations
SF 702 (Security Container Check Sheet) DA Form 4930-R (Alarm Intrusion Detection Record) DA Form 5513-R (Key Control Register and Inventory) DA Form 3749 (Equipment Receipt) DA Form 7281-R (Security Screening and Evaluation Record)

8 Required Forms and Regulations
AE Form l (Issue of Weapon and Ammunition) Not Intended to be used to replace applicable regulations! AE Form H (G) Personnel/Vehicle Record of Admission (Obsolete Not replaced)

9 Access Control (AR ) Unaccompanied Access. (Persons authorized access without escort.) Accompanied Access. (Authorized Access only with escort.) The commander determines who has access to the arms room. Persons with unaccompanied access may sign for the arms room keys iAW regulations. Those who are authorized access with escort must be in writing. The access roster is posted inside the arms room and away form public view. After proper identification has been made, the individuals must be signed into the arms room, and signed out upon departing. Others are not authorized inside the arms room without the commanders permission.

10 Key and Lock Control (AR 190-11)
Padlocks and keys Inventoried semiannually. Inventory records maintained for 1 year. Authorized personnel to sign for keys. After duty hours location for storing keys. (Unit safe, Higher HQ, MP station) Storage Container for arms room keys. (minimum: 20 gauge steel with 200 series lock)

11 Inventory and Accountability
Monthly Serial Number Inventories. Person may not be involved with arms room. Armorer may not conduct inventory. 1LT or above, NCO: SFC and above. Same person cannot conduct inventory two months consecutively. Maintained 2 years (no discrepancies) 4 years with discrepancies). (AR Chap 6). Monthly serial number inventories must be conducted. Arms room personnel may not be involved with the inventory. They can unlock the racks and point out where equipment is stored. Beyond that, they must step back and allow the inventory to completed without interference. Armorers may NOT conduct the inventory. This may well constitute a conflict of interest. The inventory will be conducted by the responsible officer (1LT or above) or a disinterested NCO (SFC or above), warrant officer, commissioned officer, or DOD civilian (GS 09 or above) appointed by the responsible officer. The same person cannot conduct the inventory two consecutive months in a row. The inventory results memorandum must be maintained on file for 2 years if no discrepancies were noted, and FOUR (4)

12 Inventory and Accountability
PHRH has direct responsibility for property. Hand receipts required whenever property book or durable items are issued. When end item issued on a change document has component shortages, a shortage annex is prepared. Signature establishes direct responsibility. Inventory must be conducted when hand receipt holder is replaced. Temporary hand receipt holder appointed for extended periods of leave (excess of 30 days). Joint inventory conducted upon departure and return.

13 Inventory and Accountability
Any component shortages must be recorded and placed on order. Use hand receipt annex to record shortages. Document number of requests for shortages included in block ‘b’ of DA Form 2062. Assure items are on order, simplify reconciliation. Accepts responsibility for end item and component by signing the component hand receipt. Preparer keeps copy, sub-hand receipt holder keeps file copy. Keep current. Post changes as they occur or use change document.

14 Weapon Control Must be on Master Authorization List (MAL).
Issued with DA Form 3749, AE Form I, or DA Form 2062. Individuals may only sign for their assigned weapon. < 24 hours, issued on AE Form I. > 24 hours, on DA Form 3749 required. Crew served weapons: designated crew member. Anyone assigned a weapon must be on the Master Authorization List or the (MAL). The MAL will have the names and unit or organization of the persons who will receive issues, and the number of equipment receipts. The MAL must be kept up-to-date to show personnel changes. Before a weapon is issued, the armorer custodian must compare each person’s DA Form 3749 with the MAL to prevent unauthorized issue of weapons. Armorers will prepare DA Form 3749 for each privately owned or individually assigned weapon and give the receipt to the person who owns or is assigned the weapon. A new DA Form 3749 will not be prepared when the responsible officer changes. A new DA Form 3749 will be prepared when the old one is lost or mutilated, or destroyed, or when a new member joins or is assigned to the unit. Weapons cannot be issued without a DA Form 3749, Equipment Receipt (or more commonly referred to as the “Weapons Card”; AE Form I, Issue of weapon or ammunition; or DA Form 2062, Hand Receipt. Each person can ONLY sign for his/her assigned weapon. They cannot sign for or draw someone else’s weapon for them. When weapons are issued for less then 24 hours, only the turn-in of DA Form 3749 is required unless ammunition is issued If the weapon is to be drawn for more then 24 hours, it must be signed out on AE Form I. Crew served weapons must be signed for by the designated member of the crew. When a single weapon is needed for issue to more then one person, DA Form 3749 must be prepared for each person authorized to use the weapon. Control log entries are required, regardless of the time for which the weapon is issued. AE Form I will be used to issue weapons (including privately owned weapons). The control log must be closed out and the DA Form 3749 returned to the individual. Weapons control log maintained on file until completion of next monthly serial number inventory.

15 Ammunition Storage USAREUR Reg 385-64
Risk Assessment prior to storing Ammo. Coordinated with BSB, ASG safety, logistics, security, fire protection and surveillance personnel. Copy posted in Arms Room, reviewed annually. Before storing ammo in unit arms room, a risk assessment must be conducted. The risk assessment will be coordinated with the ASG, BSB safety office, logistics, security manager as appropriate. Keep a copy of the risk assessment, and post it in the arms room. It must be reviewed annually. The Arms room must display the appropriate HAZMAT signs for the arms room. The sign must reflect the highest HAZMAZT by definition. The facility used to store ammunition is properly licensed. The license must be signed by the ADG, BSB safety manager. You cannot store ammunition beyond what you’re licensed for. Units more then 50km form an ASP or AHA may only keep ammunition for up to seven (7) days each training period. (This the ammunition quantity/type required to support the immediate training needs.) Units within 50 km from an ASP or AHA may keep ammunition overnight, and when absolutely necessary over a weekend, but may not be kept more than 72 hours.

16 Ammunition Storage USAREUR Reg 385-64
HAZMAT symbols displayed. Licensed by ASG, BSB safety manager. > 50 km from ASP / AHA …up to seven days. <50 km from ASP / AHA … Kept overnight, when necessary over a weekend, but not more than 72 hours. The commander may authorize storing A & E based on unit mission requirements. The type and quantity of A&E must be in writing. The Arms room must display the appropriate HAZMAT signs for the arms room. The sign must reflect the highest HAZMZT by definition. The facility used to store ammunition is properly licensed. The license must be signed by the ASG, BSB safety manager. You cannot store ammunition beyond what you’re licensed for. If storing training ammunition in a AHA or ASP would adversely affect operations or require and unusual commitment of resources and the storage in an arms room is necessary, the following time limits apply: Units more then 50km form an ASP or AHA may only keep ammunition for up to seven (7) days each training period. (This the ammunition quantity/type required to support the immediate training needs.) Units within 50 km from an ASP or AHA may keep ammunition overnight, and when absolutely necessary over a weekend, but may not be kept more than 72 hours.

17 Ammunition Storage USAREUR Reg 385-64
21st TSC G1 Safety Website AMI required annually by USAREUR AMI Checklist: Use checklist to compare yourself to standards. Mr. James Barton III, Quality Assurance Specialist (Ammunition Surveillance)DSN (314)

18 P.O.F. Requirements AE 190-13 Para 3-23
Establish quantity and types of POF stored. Post policy and host-nation ownership info on unit bulletin board. All privately owned weapons registered with USAREUR central registry (AE Reg 190-6). Secured in approved arms room and approved locked container separated from other AA&E. Monthly inventory as military AA&E. DA Form 3749 issued for each POF in arms room.

19 P.O.F. Requirements AE Reg 190-13
When stored in arms room, must be able to be inventoried by serial number. Tagged to show: Name, Grade, SSAN, DEROS, Make, Caliber or Gauge, Serial Number of Weapon, Registration Number, Expiration of Registration. (AE Reg Para 15[2]) Withdraw POF and ammunition only with commander approval. Approval to withdraw only if individual has: Waffenbezitkarte (German Weapons Permit). Shipping weapon back to CONUS. Intends to sell, transfer, or dispose of weapon.

20 NVD Requirements AE Reg 190-13
Cabinets meet same criteria as those used to store arms inside arms room. NVD cabinet keys must be controlled at all times. Maintained and issued separately from other keys.

21 NVD/GPS Security AE Reg 190-13
At minimum, stored in secure structure complying with AR Appendix B. Segregated from other items using approved metal wall lockers, security cabinets, or caging. Material => 6 gauge cold-drawn steel, steel wire mesh (grid not more then 2 inches center to center. Bolts welded or peened. Anchored to the floor. Extend to ceiling or have a top.

22 Security of Bayonets Sealed or locked footlocker or container inside unit arms room. Copy of inventory must be placed inside container before sealing it. Original kept in inventory records. Inventoried monthly with weapons. Army issued bayonets must be stored in a locked and sealed footlocker or container inside the unit arms room or other secure storage structure as prescribed by AR , appendix B. A copy of the bayonet inventory must be placed in the container prior to sealing it. The original inventory must be kept in inventory files, and be available for inspection and inventory purposes. A memorandum will be placed on the outside of the container stating the contents and must include the date, seal number used to seal the container, and the two signatures of the individuals who conducted the inventory. Bayonets will be inventoried monthly in conjunction with weapons. Containers do not have to opened if the seals on the containers are not broken, and no signs of tampering. If there is evidence of tampering, the container must be opened and a 100% inventory conducted.

23 Hazard Communication Program
H A Z C O M Hazard Communication Program

24 HAZCOM Hazard Communication Standard
References: 29 CFR , OSHA General Industry Standards, Subpart 2 Army Regulation AE Regulation AE provides guidance for the implementation of the Hazard Communication Standard in USAREUR. These are the references governing HAZCOM in the Army and USAREUR.

25 HAZCOM Hazard Communication Standard
Education and Training. All military and civilian personnel exposed to hazardous chemicals or materials will receive HAZCOM briefings from the BSB safety office or the unit representatives. Supervisors will brief workers on hazards and HAZCOM procedures in the workplace. Training will be documented on DD Form 1556.

26 HAZCOM Hazard Communication Standard
Written Hazard Communication Program Program at the unit level will include as a minimum: Labeling and warning sign procedures. Location and use of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). Soldiers and civilians training on hazardous chemicals in the workplace and use of the MSDS.

27 HAZCOM Hazard Communication Standard
Supervisor Responsibilities: Hazard chemical/material inventory. Hazard chemical labeling. Workplace assessment to determine those personnel who work with or are exposed to hazardous material or chemicals. Ensure personnel receive HAZCOM briefings (App. A, AE ).

28 HAZCOM Hazard Communication Standard
Labeling. All containers must be labeled. If labels are defaced or removed, containers must be relabeled immediately. Exception: Small quantities intended for immediate use, under the constant control of the intended user. Container cannot be left unattended or be transferred to another party.

29 HAZCOM Hazard Communication Standard
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) 29CFR (g). Required for each hazardous chemical used in the workplace. Not required for cleaning products when they are used in normal quantities for their intended purposes. Must be in English-additional copies may be provided in other languages. Specific MSDS for each product.

30 HAZCOM Hazard Communication Standard
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) 29CFR (g). Must be readily available in the workplace. Readily Available? No barriers to access - real or perceived. Computers may be used if ALL personnel are trained and capable or retrieving the data. Must have a backup if PC fails. Available at all times when personnel are working.

31 HAZCOM Hazard Communication Standard
General Safety Guidance: Storage: Maintain only the minimum required amount of hazardous materials. Obtain the MSDS for every hazardous material. This is required for safe handling, usage, storage, and waste disposal. Segregate hazardous material storage by hazard type and as recommended on the MSDS. (flammable, corrosive, etc.)


33 Publications

34 Publications Army and USAREUR Regulations
AR/AE Sup 750-1, Army Materiel Maintenance Policy and Retail Maintenance Operations. DA Pam 750-1, Leaders Unit Maintenance Handbook. *DA Pam , Functional Users Manual for The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS). * Use is required by AR hence, procedures contained in this reference is REGULATORY! (See Next Page for Instructor Notes)

35 Publications Related to PMCS
Army and USAREUR Regulations incl, Supplement and Pam Technical Manual (TM) - PMCS Tables - Troubleshooting Tables - Lubrication Instructions - Maintenance Allocation Charts Technical Bulletin (TB) (TB 43-PS-XXX) Standing Operating Procedures (SOP) Publications Resources (DA PAM 25-30, ETMs, etc.) (NOTE: Don’t open references yet….they are broke down by slide)

36 Publications TB Summary
Technical Bulletins generally provide information on a specific subject for equipment or item, it may authorize certain maintenance actions, and give advance information on future publication changes. PS Magazine (TB 43-PS-xxx) *Use is required by AR therefore, procedures in these references are REGULATORY!

37 Publications SOP What is a SOP?
An SOP formally describes the way a unit performs it’s mission. It is the commanders policy on unit procedures and policies. It is the lowest form of a regulation. Sample Unit Physical Security SOP at Appendix C, AE Reg

38 Publications TM Suffix codes
The suffix code indicates the contents of the manual. TM &P TM = Operator/crew only TM &P = Maintenance and Parts TM HR = Hand Receipts Examples: 13&P = Crew/Operator, Organizational, and Direct Support Maintenance and Parts 24P = Organizational, Direct Support, and General Support, Parts Only

39 Publications TM number Explanation
The Equipment Manual (TM, MWO, etc,) numbers are the same TM MWO xxx The basic number indicating the general type of equipment (9 = Ordnance, most weapons and vehicles) TM The second set of numbers (four digits) represent the Federal Supply Class (FSC) The third set of numbers (three digits) represents the sequence number that is assigned to the publication and indicates the type of equipment it pertains to.

40 Publications TM number Explanation
The fourth set of number (two digits) represents the level of maintenance it pertains to. TM 10 Operator/Crew 20 Organizational (Unit mechanics) 30 Direct Support 40 General Support 50 Depot Support Examples: 12 = Crew/Operator and Organizational Maintenance 23 = Organizational and Direct Support Maintenance 13 = Crew/Operator, Organizational and Direct Support Maintenance

41 Publications Maintenance Allocation Chart (MAC)
The application of the maintenance functions to the end item or component will be consistent with the capacities and capabilities of the designated maintenance levels, which are shown on the MAC in column (4) as: Levels Categories Unit - two sub columns C (operator/crew ) O (unit) Direct Support F General Support H Depot D

42 Column 1 identifies the group to which the component is assigned.

43 Column 2 identifies the component/assembly in question, i. e
Column 2 identifies the component/assembly in question, i.e. The assembly is Carrying Handle Assembly and the component is the Rear Sight Assembly

44 Column 3 shows the action performed
Column 3 shows the action performed. See the MAC chart introduction for detailed explanations

45 Column 4 shows the maintenance category/level and the man-hour times
Column 4 shows the maintenance category/level and the man-hour times. See the MAC chart introduction for detailed explanations

46 Column 5 shows the tools and equipment codes and indicates the tools needed for a designated function. See See the MAC chart introduction for detailed explanations and section III for the tool and test equipment requirement listing.

47 This column, when applicable contain a letter code, alphabetical order which is keyed to the Remarks in Section IV.

48 This code is recorded in Column 6, Section II of the MAC Chart

49 This column lists information pertinent to the maintenance function being performed as indicated in Section II of the MAC Chart.

50 PMCS PMCS Standard The Army has one maintenance standard. The maintenance standard is based on TM 10 and 20–series, PMCS. This standard applies to all equipment except training aids PMCS is performed in order to identify and correct faults, and perform required services on all assigned equipment. AR 750-1, Para a&b

51 PMCS Requirements All items requiring periodic services must be in ULLS-G. Periodic Service Schedule List from ULLS-G Clerk or Motor Sergeant. ULLS-G must be used when available. (AR 750-1)

52 PMCS Requirements Status symbols used for weapons maintenance. (- / X X -Last Name Initial). DA Form 5988-E. Recording operator/crew PMCS. One DA Form 5988-E for each weapon service. DA Form 5990-E Work Order Request. Ten like items may placed on same work request. Conducting Periodic Services and Annual Gauging.


54 Pay close attention to the WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and NOTES
Pay close attention to the WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and NOTES. They are printed throughout the Maintenance and Troubleshooting sections of all TMs. They contain important information for the safe operation and prevent damage of the equipment.

55 Weapon is NMCS if annual gauging is not performed!

56 Both barrels MUST be submitted for gauging.
Ensure Both Barrels are tagged with serial number of receiver.

57 The equipment operator must conduct the PMCS in a particular sequence
The equipment operator must conduct the PMCS in a particular sequence. The number under the “ITEM NO” column gives the PMCS sequence.

58 The “Interval” column shows how often you have to perform the check.

59 The “Item to be Checked” column shows what to check.

60 The “Procedure” column shows how to check the item.

61 The “Not Fully Mission Capable” column shows what constitutes a PMCS Deficiency

62 Cycles of Fire


64 Usable On Code (UOC) identifies different models covered by the TM.
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67 Job Ordering Weapons To DSU
Weapons meet 10/20 standard. Clean and inspect before taking them to support. Weapon is completely assembled. Weapon tagged with unit number, serial number, POC, and job order number.

68 Job Ordering Weapons To DSU
Take both barrels for M2, M240B, and M249 machine guns. Ensure you have proper signatures on work order. Don’t turn in more then 10 work orders per day unless pre-approved. For gauging, don’t put more then 10 LIKE weapons on DA Form List serial numbers in ‘Remarks’ section.

69 PLL Ordering Parts Essential repair parts that keep the unit’s critical equipment operational. Commander is the approving authority for PLL. All repair parts are serviceable; authorized quantities are on-hand or valid request. Preclude waste of valuable resources. PLL is kept to support 15 days operations. Order service parts ahead of time (by admin number).

70 PLL Ordering Parts Ordering Parts…Parts Manuals for items needed. (SMR codes, Useable On Codes, Quantity Required, Priority). Parts ordered for each weapon separately. Coordination with PLL Clerk/Motor Sergeant. Post-Post transactions.

71 Know which Group Number the item belongs to
Know which Group Number the item belongs to. The Item Number used to identify item in the group illustration.

72 SMR Code as described in the following breakout
The Source Maintenance Recoverability Code, or SMR code is a 5 position code containing supply/requisitioning information, maintenance level authorization criteria, and disposition instructions, as shown in the following breakout.




76 Stocked Items. Use NSN to Order.

77 Part of Kit, cannot order separately.

78 Must be made from bulk material.

79 Items beginning with ‘X”

80 Authorized to Use and Repair
3rd Position: Lowest level to remove, replace and use an end item.

81 4rd Position: Lowest level to perform all repair functions.

82 5th Position: Disposition Action on Unserviceable Items.

83 The NSN column displays the National Stock Number of the Item.
The Source Maintenance Recoverability Code, or SMR code is a 5 position code containing supply/requisitioning information, maintenance level authorization criteria, and disposition instructions, as shown in the following breakout.

84 The CAGEC column shows the assigned code
The CAGEC column shows the assigned code. (Contractor And Government Entity Code) The Contractor and Government Entity Code shows the manufacturer’s assigned CAGE code. All parts are identified by a CAGE Code.

85 The Part Number column shows the item part number
The Part Number shows the manufacturer assigned number The Part Number displays the manufacturer’s assigned part number.

86 The Item Description and Usable On Code (UOC)
The Description and Useable On Code (UOC) describes the nomenclature of the item and to which model it applies to. Not all parts are intended for use on all models.

87 The Qty column shows how many are required for the figure.
The QTY column shows how many of the item is required for the figure in display.

88 Common Mistakes on DA Form 5988-E

89 Make sure the date and UIC are correct.
DA Form 5988-E Make sure the date and UIC are correct. When you get your DA Form 5988-E from the ULLS-G clerk, make sure that you have the correct unit. Sometimes motor pools take care of several unit’s data. This way, the changes you make will affect the correct weapon.

90 Make sure you have the correct weapon.
DA Form 5988-E Make sure you have the correct weapon. You have to ensure that you have the correct weapon. This is why every weapon must have a unique admin number, and is associated with the correct serial number.

91 Make sure you have the correct service.
DA Form 5988-E Make sure you have the correct service. Make sure that the service entered in ULLS-G is the correct service for the type of weapon. ‘Q’ for Quarterly services, ‘A’ for annual gauging.

92 DA Form 5988-E Make sure you have the correct publications with current changes and dates. You have to have the correct publications and the most current changes to perform PMCS. Are you trying to perform PMCS with a ‘HR’ Hand Receipt? Or may a LO? How about an MWO?

93 Fault and item number should match when parts are ordered.
DA Form 5988-E Fault and item number should match when parts are ordered. Once the armorer fills out the DA Form 5988-E with the correct status symbol, item NSN, and quantity, the ULLS-G clerk will enter the data into ULLS-G. ULLS-G will assign the next sequence number to the fault and will link the fault to the part requested. These item numbers will not be in the same sequence as the TM item number. Don’t order parts that are not your level of repair. The parts will probably be cancelled and the unit will be charged for them regardless. Watch the SMR code for the parts. Order only what is your level of repair or replacement.

94 Parts Received, Not Installed
DA Form 5988-E Parts Received, Not Installed Parts are received by the PLL clerk, but are not installed, or faults are not removed from the DA Form 5988-E. Wrong quantity of items ordered. Don’t order more then what is authorized by the TM for the repair of the component. Service parts may be ordered in advance, but ordered by weapon admin number. Bulk ordering is not permitted.

95 Priority Abuse, Equipment Not NMCS
DA Form 5988-E Priority Abuse, Equipment Not NMCS Parts are ordered on the wrong priority, or high priority requests are not listed as NMCS. Parts must be ordered IAW DA PAM , Chapter 2, para 2-2.

96 “I’m Not Getting My Parts”

97 Item is not on valid Requisition See the unit Maintenance Supervisor
Getting Parts Status NO Item is not on valid Requisition See the unit Maintenance Supervisor Unit Doc#..? YES Go To LOGSA - “Parts Tracker” - Log in (must have LOGSA password) - Submit full Doc# (includes DODAC) Record Displayed Click on “Tracking#” (blue link) No Record (possible RON/DON) Go To G4 USAREUR ( “DCS G4 Extranet” Log on (AKO password) - “Info Store” (top tabs) - “Due in Higher SOS” -Enter Document Number - Scroll down and scan supporting unit (29SPTGRP) for the supporting unit DODAC with a julian date the same or a couple of days later than the requesting unit document date. - Record the supporting unit full Doc# (includes DODAC) - Return to LOGSA “Parts Tracker”

98 Other SSA parts availability
Go To G4 USAREUR ( “DCS G4 Extranet” Log on (AKO password) - “Info Store” (top tabs) - “Custodial ABF Search by NIIN” -Enter NIIN - Scroll down and scan the On Hand Quantities, noting the “RIC” and condition codes - Go back to the search screen - use the drop down box to ID unit by RIC

99 Publications Resources Publication Sites http://www. logsa. army

100 Publications Resources Publication Sites

101 Publications Resources Publication Sites http://155. 217. 58. 58/atdls

102 Are There any Questions?

103 DA Form 5988 Practical Exercise
Let’s See What We Learned….

104 PMCS PE You are conducting a quarterly service on an M16A2. Use the appropriate TM to conduct the Service. During the PMCS the following faults were noted. Annotate the discrepancies on DA Form 5988-E. Weapon dirty Finish worn, less then 1/3 Rear receiver pin loose. Charging handle does not lock in place. Forward assist slips Bolt ring missing, bolt face pitted. Firing pin bent Sling swivel Fails function check Annual gauging is overdue

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