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Maintenance and PMCS
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What document covers Maintenance and PMCS?
What does TAMMS stand for?
The Army Maintenance Management System
What is TAMMS?
A program designed to control and manage equipment and maintenance through the use of certain forms and records.
What is a DA Form 5988-E?
Equipment Inspection/Maintenance Worksheet
What are the five status symbols used on a DA Form 5988-E?
- Circle X
- Horizontal dash
- Diagonal slash
- Name initials
What is the most serious status symbol?
When are initials used on DA Form 5988-E?
To show a completely satisfactory condition or corrected fault.
Who can "circle X" an equipment fault?
The commander or the maintenance/motor officer.
What is a DA Form 5987-E?
Motor Equipment Utilization Record, or vehicle dispatch
What are the major uses for a DA Form 5988-E?
1. To record of faults found during PMCS.
2. To record faults and repairs required for an Estimated Cost of Damage Report.
3. To record the results of technical inspections of equipment.
4. To report Battlefield Damage Assessment and Repair.
What does PMCS stand for?
Preventive maintenance checks and services
What does PLL stand for?
Prescribed load list
What does BII stand for?
Basic issue item
What does AOAP stand for?
Army Oil Analysis Program
What does TI stand for?
What does NSN stand for?
National stock number
What does HMMWV stand for?
High-mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle
What does LMTV stand for?
Light Medium Tactical Vehicle
What does TM stand for?
What does UIC stand for?
Unit identification code (a six-character code assigned to a specific unit)
What does NMC stand for?
Not mission capable
What form is used for military driver's licenses?
DA Form 5984-E, Operator's Permit Record
What is the difference between a deficiency and a shortcoming?
A deficiency deadlines a piece of equipment. A shortcoming is a fault that requires maintenance or supply action but does not render it NMC.
According to AR 750-1, what is the purpose of maintenance?
To preserve the required performance capabilities of Army materiel or to return those assets to their baseline performance capabilities.
What is AR 750-1's policy regarding cannibalization of equipment during combat operations?
During combat, commanders may authorize the cannibalization of disabled equipment only to facilitate repair of other equipment for return to combat. No parts will be cannibalized for stockage.
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