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
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.
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
PROCESSING MONTHLY COSAL
MAINTENANCE ACTIONS AND
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
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
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
The Navy has begun using an automated
system to update a ships 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 ships 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 ships responsi-
bilities in other activities involved in the overhaul
effort. These areas are the Ships Configuration
and Logistics Information System (SCLSIS), ILO,
and COSAL maintenance.