What are the two types of Modification Work Orders?
Mandatory and Routine
Typically, when does and operational readiness float occur?
When there is an exceptionally long wait time for a repair to battle damaged combat equipment.
What does a battle damage assessment repair accomplish?
Rapidly restores disabled equipment to combat or allows for self-recovery.
What does a technical inspection accomplish?
Used to verify serviceability and economic repairability.
What is a maintenance collection point (MCP)?
a place where maintenance assets are consolidated, focusing on repairing equipment and returning it to the user and the fight.
What is the unit maintenance collection point (UMCP)?
Located at the (Combat Train Command Post) CTCP, it is the first location where equipment is recovered to when repairs cannot be done at the point of failure. (Also the first location of the equipment evacuation process).
Who is responsible for recovery?
What is evacuation
Moving equipment from one level of maintenance to a higher level of maintenance.
What types of equipment cannot be used for a controlled exchange?
ORF or equpment under investigation.
What are two maintenance principles
Replace forward repair rear and anticipate maintenance requirements.
What are the 4 methods of support?
Forward, area, backup and passback
What makes up rhe SAMS-E system?
A laptop and printer
What are three types of TAMMS records?
Operational, Historical and Maintenance
What form is sued for a operator's permit?
What form is used for a dispatch?
What form is used for an equpment qualification record?