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PART  I,  SECTION  C.—  Delete  all  infor- mation   in   APL/AEL   sequence. PART  I,  SECTION  D.—  Delete  all  infor- mation  in  EIC  number  order. PART  I,  SECTION  E.—   Delete  all  infor- mation  in  AILSIN  order. PART III, SECTION A OR B.—  Delete  all single application NSNS. When an NSN has two or more applications, line out only the APL that pertains. STOCK  RECORD  BATTERY,  NAVSUP FORM 1114.— Make sure you pull the NAVSUP Form  1114  for  each  single  application  item  or quantity revision made, as applicable. For every NAVSUP Form 1114 that you pull from the stock record  battery  (SRB),  you  need  to  initate  a NAVSUP  Form  DD  1348-1. PART II, SECTIONS A AND C.— Delete  the APL/AEL for total deletes only by lining out the APL/AEL in red ink and citing the authority. Do not  remove  the  APL  from  part  II. TECHNICAL   MANUAL.—   Make  sure  the proper technical manuals are disposed of for total deletes or revised as required. Automated  Ships For  automated  ships,  a  COSAL  deletion  is documented   by   a   configuration   change   or equipment  file  correction  action.  The  deletion  will flow upline, through the normal data path, to the SPCC.   The   SPCC   will   forward   all   updated allowance  information  to  your  ship  via  the  ASI process.  The  ASI  process  is  explained  later  in  this chapter. PROCESSING  MONTHLY  COSAL MAINTENANCE   ACTIONS   AND REVISED   APLs/AELs Pen-and-ink  changes  derived  from  the  logistics readiness   improvement   program   (LRIP),   fleet COSAL  feedback  report  (FCFBR),  allowance change   request   (ACR),   and   internally   SPCC- generated   APL/AEL   maintenance   actions   are provided  to  the  fleet  in  the  form  of  a  monthly report. Monthly COSAL Maintenance Report The  monthly  COSAL  maintenance  report (MCMAR)  is  tailored  to  ship  type  and  hull number.  The  main  purpose  of  this  consolidated monthly report is to provide a simple method to manage  the  multitude  of  pen-and-ink  changes required.   The   MCMAR   provides   detailed instructions  and  guidance  in  the  processing  of these monthly reports. After you have processed the monthly report, it should be filed in a binder by  fiscal  year  as  part  of  a  COSAL  maintenance record. Revised APLs/AELs Periodically  APLs/AELs  require  revisions based  on  actions  such  as  the  reprovisioning  for some   equipment   and   major   changes   to   other equipment.  A  revised  APL/AEL  usually,  if  not always, changes allowances for individual items. You  must  compare  allowances  on  the  revised APL/AEL   against   the   old   allowances SNSL/ISL  and  stock  record  cards. AUTOMATED  SHORE  INTERFACE in  the The  Navy  has  begun  using  an  automated system  to  update  a  ship’s  COSAL.  This  system is the automated shore interface (ASI). The tape is   generated   by   various   shore   commands, including the SPCC. These tapes will contain all changes and new APLs that pertain to the various ships in the fleet. These tapes are sent to the Navy M a n a g e m e n t    S y s t e m s    S u p p o r t    O f f i ce (NAVMASSO) so that they can separate the data by UIC. After separating the data, NAVMASSO forwards  a  copy  of  that  ship’s  data  to  them.  To further  understand  this  process,  consult  Afloat Supply  Procedures,  NAVSUP  P-485,  chapter  2. REGULAR  AND  COMPLEX OVERHAULS  THAT  INCLUDE  AN INTEGRATED  LOGISTICS  OVERHAUL The  responsibilities  and  procedures  in  the following  paragraphs  apply  to  maintaining  the COSAL for all active naval ships undergoing an overhaul  or  other  availabilities  in  shipyards. We  will  discuss  some  of  the  ship’s  responsi- bilities  in  other  activities  involved  in  the  overhaul effort.  These  areas  are  the  Ship’s  Configuration and  Logistics  Information  System  (SCLSIS),  ILO, and  COSAL  maintenance. 2-21

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