Unit 1 Issue, Mission Capable and Repair Cycle Process

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Unit 1 Issue, Mission Capable and Repair Cycle Process
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  1. Nonstocked item cause code "A"
    No stock level established- First time recurring demand.
  2. Nonstocked item cause code "B"
    No stock level established- Past recurring demand or reparable generation experience but AF stockage policy precluded establishment of a demand-based stock level
  3. Nonstocked item cause code "C"
    AF stockaged policy permits a demand-based stock level, but an external decision by HQ AFMC has determined that stocking the item at the base should be restricted
  4. Nonstocked item cause code "D"
    Base decision not to stock the item
  5. Stocked item- Cause code "F"
    Full base stock- Depth of stock insufficient to meet MICAP/dueout requirement
  6. Stocked item- Cause code "G"
    Full base stock- Quantity necessary for requirement is in AWP status. The number of recoverable ites in need of repair is equal to or greater than the authorized stock level.  Identifies repair part shortages.
  7. Stocked item- Cause Code "H"
    Less than full base stock- Stock replenishment requisition exceeds priority group UMMIPS standards.
  8. Stocked item- Cause code "J"
    Less than full base stock- Stock replensihment requisition does not exceed priority group UMMIPS standards.  Additional follow-up or upgrade action may be required
  9. Stocked item- Cause code "K"
    Less than full base stock- No stock replensihment due-in established.  Take action to determine the reason
  10. Stocked item- Cause code "R"
    Full base stock- Assets cannot be used to satisfy this requirement because they are deployed, inaccessible or unavailable
  11. Stocked item- Cause Code "S"
    Less than full base stock- Stock replenishment requisition exceeds UMMIPS time standards by priority group and AWP assets are on order at time of MICAP
  12. Stocked item- Cause code "T"
    Less than full base stock- Stock replenishment requisition does not exceed UMMIPS time standards by priority group and AWP assets are on order at time of MICAP
  13. Stocked item- Cause code "X"
    Less than full base stock- No due-in established and AWP assets are on hand at time of MICAP
  14. Special purpose due-out cause code "Y"
    Data not available on manually prepared MICAP Start report (B9M) transactions due to the retail supply system being inoperative for unsheduled maintenance
  15. Special purpose due-out Cause code "Z"
    System/commodity received without MICAP item- Cause code identifies mICAP incidents due to a lack of initial stockage at the base.
  16. Delete code "1"
    Received from ALC
  17. Delete code "2"
    Received from DLA/other services
  18. Delete code "3"
    Satisfied through Lateral Support
  19. Delete Code "4"
    Cannibalization has been used to PRECLUDE MICAP occurrence
  20. Delete Code "5"
    Receipt of base procured item
  21. Delete Code "6"
    Received from base assets
  22. Delete code "7"
    WRM asset has been used to meet requirement
  23. Delete code "8"
    Cannibalization has been used to satisfy MICAP occurrence
  24. Delete Code "9"
    Request reported in error (MICAP Hours Backed Out)
  25. Delete Code "0"
    Cancellation/Administrative transfer when codes 1-9 do not apply
  26. Delete code "T"
    Automated termination generated by the D165B system.  Hours are backed out to 5 days after shipment date.  Assigned after the base fails to respond to three consecutive D165B system interrogations.
  27. Delete Code "B"
    Automatic termination generated by the D165B system.  Hours are baked out to zero.  The base has failed to respond to three consecutive D165B system interrogations.  Records do not meet the criteria for Delete code T
  28. What activity code is used to identify issues processed through IMDS
    Priority code "J"
  29. What notification is used to notify the IMDS of a change in due-out status of an item
    ISH notification
  30. Due out status code "1"
    Cancellation
  31. Due out status code "2"
    Realease (due-out release)
  32. Due out status code "3"
    Status (Change)
  33. Due out status code "4"
    Mark-for change
  34. Repair Cycle Asset Management List (D23)
    • - monitors the status and maintaining visibility of DIFM asets.
    • - Maintenance personnel use the D23 for DIFM control and for determining workload schedules and repair priorities
  35. Awaiting part validation listing (D19)
    • - Monitors AWP end items.
    • - The D19 also provides financial data to allow maintenance managers to consider the economic impact of repairing versus replacing the item
  36. What is the main function of the repair cycle section when managing repair cycle assets?
    The main function of the RCS is to maintain accurate computer records of location and status for all unserviceable assets in maintenance
  37. What listing is used to monitor the status and maintain visibility of DIFM assets?
    Repair Cycle Asset Management Listing (D23)
  38. What listing is used to monitor AWP end items?
    AWP Validation Listing (D19)
  39. Why is it important for RCS personnel to know what location maintenance is taking to repair an item and where the item is physically located?
    During the repair cycle process, items can go thru several changes
  40. How do base personnel submit requests for repair parts for reparable end items?
    on a fill or backorder bases using UJC "AR"or "BR"
  41. What does advice code "6L" identify
    Identifies for item managers that the requisition is for an AWP end item
  42. Explain the use of the AWP checklist?
    The use of an AWP checklist is mandatory and should be used for requesting parts and monitoring active AWP requisitions
  43. Describe what AWP monitors can ensure through review of the AWP Validation Listing?
    • AWP monitors can ensure:
    • - Positive due-ins for each due-out
    • - Shipment status or realistic estimated release dates
    • - Requirement for additional follow-up
  44. Explain what should be done if the D19 lists an NSN containing status (STA) J, and the estimated delivery date has come and gone over 14 days ago?
    AWP monitor should aggressively work with the SOS to follow up and track down this item
  45. How does the retail supply system requisition two-level maintenance (2LM) items?
    Automatically,also assigns requisition data elements to the requisition
  46. What RDD will be assigned to output requisitions when items are identified as 2LM?
    RDD "777"
  47. What are additional warehouses called that are located within or next to the activities they are supporting; and where can they be located?
    Supply Points
  48. Who maintains overall accountability and control of assets in Supply Point?
    LRS/ supply activity
  49. What MICAP cause code indicates past recurring demand or reparable generation experience but Air Force stockage policy precluded establishment of a demand-based stock level?
    B
  50. What MICAP cause code indicates base decision not to stock the item?
    A
  51. What MICAP cause code indicates the depth of stock was insufficient to meet MCAP/due-out requirements?
    F
  52. What MICAP cause code indicates stock replenishment requisition exceeds priority group UMMIPS standards?
    J
  53. What MICAP cause code indicates less-than-full base stock, stock replenishment does not exceed UMMIPS time standards by priority groups, and awaiting part assets are on order at time of MICAP?
    T
  54. What MICAP delete code indicates item satisfied through lateral support?
    3
  55. What MICAP delete code indicates cannibalization has been used to preclude MICAP occurrence?
    4
  56. What MICAP delete code indicates request reported in error?
    9
  57. What activity code is used to identify issues processed through the IMDS?
    J
  58. What due-out status code on the TRIC ISH describes a release (due-out release)?
    2
  59. What listing is used to monitor AWP end items?
    D19
  60. To perform the due-in from maintenance reconciliation, what listing is used?
    D23
  61. What DIFM detail records can be updated by the TRIC DFM input?
    Firm & Memo
  62. When monitoring AWP end items, personnel at bases submit requests for repair parts on a fill or back-order basis using the UJC?
    AR or BR
  63. When the last AWP due-out is released or canceled, what DIFM status code is assigned as a result of AWP processing?
    FWP
  64. What RDD is assigned to output requisition transactions for two 2LM items?
    777
  65. What are additional warehouses called if they are located within the activities they are supporting?
    Supply Point
  66. Who maintains accountability and control of assets in a supply point?
    LRS/Supply Activity

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