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2-49. If you discover that an APL/AEL is not listed on the automated COSAL file, what  action  should  you  take? 1. Fill out an OPNAV Form 4790/2K 2. Send a message to the SPCC 3. Enter the necessary data into the automated  file 4. Get a copy of the APL/AEL from a tender 2-50. When an item is deleted or identified as being in the COSAL but not on board,  what  form  should  be  prepared? 1.  ACR 2. CCF 3. FCFBR 4. PMSFBR 2-51.  When  processing  a  removed  equipment  or an erroneous APL, you should take what action? 1. Validate the allowance document or that  the  equipment  is  not  installed 2.  Validate  all  component  APLs  listed on the basic APL 3.  Identify  all  possible  deleted  items 4.  Identify  the  excess  items 2-52.  Off-loaded  excesses  are  turned  in  to the  nearest  supply  center  under instructions  from  what  activity  or individual? 1. NAVSUP 2. The respective NSC 3. SPCC 4. TYCOM 2-53. Which of the following is an important step in processing a deletion to the COSAL? 1. Make sure all repair parts/items supporting  the  deleted  equipment are  off-loaded 2. Make sure only those repair parts unique  to  the  equipment  removed  are deleted 3. Make sure only those repair parts unique to an erroneous APL are deleted 4. Make sure all parts are identified to the equipment 2-54. When you are deleting an item in the COSAL, what evidence tells you that the  item  was  deleted? 1. Item blocked out in the COSAL 2. Item erased from the COSAL 3. Single line drawn through item 4. Item left as it appears 2-55. When updating the COSAL for deletions,  you  should  use  what  part and section to find the EIC number? 1. Part I, section B 2. Part I, section D 3. Part II, section A 4. Part III, section B 2-56.  What  activity  or  individual  forwards all  updated  allowance  information  to the  ships? 1. TYCOM 2. NSC Norfolk, VA 3. NSC Oakland, CA 4. SPCC 2-57.  When  making  pen-and-ink  changes  to the  COSAL  regarding  ACRs  and  SPCC- generated  APLs/AELs9 you  should complete  these  changes  at  what specific  time  intervals? 1. Weekly 2.  Monthly 3.  Semiannually 4.  Annually 2-58. Which of the following is the main purpose  of  the  consolidated  monthly COSAL  maintenance  action  report? 1. Provide a simple method to manage the  multitude  of  pen-and-ink changes  required 2.  Provide  detailed  instructions  and guidance in the processing of monthly  reports 3. Provide the fleet with a report tailored to ship type 4. Provide a record of monthly COSAL maintenance  actions  on  required pen-and-ink   changes 13

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