and 2-3 for examples of how ACRs are filled
All ACRs are to be filled out by the individual
who performs the maintenance on the equipment.
The responsibility of your personnel is to check
and research the information on the form to make
sure the data is correct.
Processing Control Point
After checking the ACR for completeness and
accuracy, you will have the supply officer sign it.
You will keep a copy for your files and forward
the ACR to your TYCOM for approval. It usually
takes about 3 to 6 months to get the information
back on your request. See figure 2-4 for the
step-by-step procedures used in processing an
ALLOWANCE PARTS LIST
Any APL/AEL deficiencies, which may cause
supply problems, can be the result of missing data
not listed, such as technical manual number,
components, characteristics, and similar data. The
APL/AEL can also contain errors such as the
wrong manufacturer, part number, nomenclature,
or maintenance capability level code. Deficiencies
of this kind can be corrected by submitting a Fleet
COSAL Feedback Report (FCFBR), NAVSUP
Form 1371, which will be prepared and submitted
to the proper activity or activities.
Fleet COSAL Feedback Report
The personnel responsible for filling out an
FCFBR are the individuals who work on the
equipment. People will come to you, as the
leading Storekeeper, and ask what they should do
to report the error. After they have filled out an
FCFBR, you must review the form for accuracy
and completeness. Then you will forward the form
to the ships 3-M coordinator for submission. The
FCFBR will be sent to the Naval Sea Logistics
Figure 2-4.Logic diagram for processing ACRs.