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Figure 2-8.—Configuration change resulting from SHIPALT (component installation) (page 2 of 2).
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Figure 2-9.—Supply requirement for CASREP reporting.
comes  aboard  ship  to  install  configuration  changes is required to give you, either by magnetic tape or  a  hard  copy,  a  completed  CCF. UPDATE  THE  WEAPONS  SYSTEM FILE The WSF is maintained at SPCC, Mechanics- burg,   Pennsylvania.   The  SPCC  has  a  master record of equipment and components installed on each ship. The WSF is a duplicate of every ship’s COSAL. This is a most vital record for each ship and  you  must  submit  all  configuration  changes to the SPCC as they occur. If you fail to update the  WSF,  you  can  end  up  with  reduced  supply support  for  the  needed  repair  parts.  This  is  an important  file  for  your  COSAL. COSAL   MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION  AND  RECORDS A  ship’s  instruction  should  be  prepared  listing procedures  for  maintaining  the  ship’s  COSAL  and COSAL maintenance records. Appendix B of the COSAL  Use  and  Maintenance  Manual  provides a  sample  COSAL  maintenance  instruction  that includes  the  suggested  format  for  a  COSAL maintenance  checkoff  list  and  record  log.  The checkoff list and record log should be maintained to  ensure  a  complete  audit  trail  of  all  COSAL maintenance actions. Each change to any part of the  COSAL  should  reference  a  COSAL  main- tenance  action  identification  number.  This file   should   be   maintained   in   two   sections, one  for  completed  actions  and  one  for  out- standing   actions.   Using  the  audit  trail,  you will  be  able  to  personally  review  the  COSAL maintenance  records  routinely  at  least  once a week. SCREENING   REQUIREMENTS A  ship’s  COSAL  is  designed  to  support  the majority  of  unscheduled  corrective  maintenance requirements and PMS requirements. Each issue request for a repair part that is not included in the COSAL should be examined closely. Once it has  been  verified  that  a  requested  item  is  not carried  (NC)  by  the  supply  department  (that is,  the  item  does  not  appear  on  the  integrated stock   list   [ISL]   and   a   stock   record   does   not exist),   then   the   COSAL   Indexes   and   APLs should  be  examined  to  find  out  whether or  not  the  equipment  itself  is  COSAL  sup- ported. CASREP  REQUIREMENT When  a  repair  part  is  identified  as  a  CASREP requirement,   the   work   center   supervisor   and supply   support   supervisor   will   perform   the screening  requirements  and  provide  the  requiring department with data specified in  Navy Warfare Publication  10-1-10. The following data must be verified: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) DOWN  EQUIPMENT (Nomenclature,  serial) TECHNICAL MANUAL (Type, model, serial) PART NUMBER REQUIRED (Appears in TM) NSN (Appears in APL) STOCK BATTERY AND ISL (Determines if NIS/ NC)* ML-N (Verify NSN) SMR CODE (Appears in APL) APL NUMBER & NOMEN- CLATURE  OF  ITEMS REQUIRED * For a not in stock (NIS) item give a reason (for example,  issued  on  9051,  lost  by  inventory, transferred,  and  so  forth). * For a not carried (NC) item give a reason (for example,   equipment   not   supported,   source, maintenance  code,  and  so  forth). The above information must be used to fulfill the requirements of paragraph FOXTROT of the CASREP  message  and  to  complete  the  supply CASREP   REQN   message.   CAUTION:   Investi- gate   NIS/NC   conditions   thoroughly   before reporting  a  CASREP  part  not  on  board.  See figure  2-9  for  supply  requirement  for  CASREP reporting. PROCESSING  A  CONFIGURATION ADD  TO  THE  COSAL When  a  new  piece  of  equipment  is  installed or some kind of modification is made to existing equipment  that  is  on  board,  but  not  supported by the COSAL, submit a CCF. Upon submitting the  CCF,  you  should  take  the  actions  that  are discussed  in  the  following  paragraphs. Validation  of  Equipment The first step in processing an addition to the COSAL  is  validation.  You  must  make  sure  the 2-11

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