IDW 105

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  1. Purpose of 3M/PMS system
    • 3M - Maintenance and Material Managers, management tool for maintenance
    • PMS -Preventive Maintenance, Prolongs Equipment Life
  2. DPAS
    • Defense Property Accountability System
    • Property management system
  3. DLR
    • 7H
    • Depot Level Repairables
  4. Turn-In
    • 5G
    • One for One exchange
  5. RIP
    • Remain in Place
    • 5S
    • Item remains in place until replacement can immediately be exchanged
  6. MAM
    • Maintenance Assist Module
    • Known Good Spare
    • Troubleshooting only
  7. Bulkhead Mounted Spares
    Spares kept in the work area due to size and/or cost
  8. CASREP and 4 categories
    • Used in the event of equipment malfunction that cannot be corrected w/in 48hrs
    • 1. Used at Training Commands
    • 2. Minor degradation to primary mission
    • 3. Major degradation but not loss of primary mission
    • 4. Loss of primary mission
  9. NSN
    • National Stock Number
    • 13 digit number - identify material
  10. COG
    • Cognizance
    • 2 character symbol - type of material
  11. APL
    • Allowance Parts List
    • What parts are on station
  12. AEL
    • Allowance Equipage List
    • What equipment is on station
  13. NC
    Not Carried
  14. NIS
    • Not In Stock
    • Currently not available
  15. SIM
    • Selected Item Management
    • Max attention given to items most sold
  16. DD Form 1348-6
    Used to purchase parts that have no NSN
  17. SF 44
    Cadillac Chit - used by pilots on extended flights to purchase large ticket items, ie: car
  18. DD Form 200
    Used for missing/lost/stolen items over $500
  19. CHRIMP
    Consolidated Hazardous Material Reutilization and Inventory Management Program
  20. Components of OPTAR
    • Operating Target
    • Budget - amount of money to maintain its mission
  21. Power
    • Normal - standard daily usage
    • Emergency - generators for vital equipment/systems
    • Uninterrupted - minimal battery power to properly power down systms

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