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  1. MTR items are Coast Guard supported and use a Cognizance Code (COG) of +++.
    0C
  2. DLR items are Navy supported and use a COG code beginning with +++.
    7
  3. +++++is used as the last option when supplies and/or services cannot be requisitioned from the Federal Government.
    Direct purchase
  4. Procurement Request form number
    DOT F 4200.1.2.CG
  5. Surf Requisition Log form number
    CG-4940
  6. +++++ is the delegated authority to establish and administer an electronic test equipment program.
    NAVSEA
  7. SCAT code for test equipment that hasn't ben authorized by NAVSEA
    4999VAL
  8. _________ is an allowance document that only lists complete systems, not subsystems, and the test equipment required for that unit to support those major systems.
    SPETERL (Ship/Shore Portable Electrical/Electronic Test Equipment Requirements Listing)
  9. Allowance Change Request form number.
    1220-2
  10. The test equipment manager for each unit will ensure test equipment is presented to the calibration lab at least +++ weeks prior to expiration of calibration date.
    2
  11. Once SPETERL’s and inventories are validated, a monthly notice will be sent +++ days prior to the first equipment due date
    30
  12. Items being transferred to or from the CG TE loan pool or DRMO should have a ++++ attached
    DD-1348
  13. A unit must send an Initial CASREP within +++ hours when an equipment malfunction or deficiency
    24
  14. An Update CASREP must be sent every +++ days for open CASREP messages.
    30
  15. CASREP Category:
  16. Assigned to all messages that justify electrical transmission but are not sufficiently urgent to require a higher precedence. Speed of service objective is 6 hours or less.
    Routine
  17. CASREP Category:
  18. Assigned to messages that furnish essential information for the conduct of operations in progress. Speed of service objective is 3 hours or less.
    Priority
  19. CASREP Category:
  20. Assigned to messages relating to situations that gravely affect the national forces or populace, and which require immediate delivery to addressees. Speed of service objective is 30 minutes or less.
    Immediate
  21. CASREP Category:
  22. Reserved for initial enemy contact reports or operational combat messages of extreme urgency; also tropical storms, typhoons, tsunami, earthquakes or hurricanes believed to be previously undetected. Speed of service objective is less than 10 minutes.
    Flash
  23. Number of characters in the Date Time Group
    12
  24. Number of characters in the Plain Language Address.
    50
  25. The body of a CASREP message contains +++ data sets.
    18
  26. The Message Serial Number is a sequential number beginning with +++ and ending with +++.
    1, 999
  27. The position field may have a maximum of +++ characters
    30
  28. A deficiency exists in mission-essential equipment, which causes a minor degradation in any primary mission, or a major degradation or total loss of a secondary mission.
    Casualty Category 2
  29. A deficiency exists in mission-essential equipment, which causes a major degradation but not the loss of a primary mission.
    Casualty Category 3
  30. A deficiency exists in mission-essential equipment that is worse than casualty category 3, and causes a loss of at least one primary mission.
    Casualty Category 4
  31. The TECHPUB data set can have a maximum of +++ characters
    30
  32. The NSN data field has a maximum of +++ characters
    20
  33. Report of Survery form number
    CG-5269
  34. The unit will retain approved Report of Surveys for ++++ years
    three
  35. All MTI parts returned to ELC for repair or condemnation must be accompanied by a completed ++++ Serviceable/Unserviceable Tag.
    CG-5236

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