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Figure 2-15.—Logic diagram for processing an APL deletion to the COSAL. Credit for all material in excess will be granted to your TYCOM’s operating budget per the credit policy  of  the  inventory  manager. UPDATING  THE  COSAL  FOR DELETIONS The   most   important   step   in   processing   a deletion  to  your  COSAL  is  to  make  sure  only those  repair  parts  unique  to  the  equipment removed are deleted. You should always protect the  ship,  but  if  you  keep  these  parts  on  board, it can contribute to the deterioration of COSAL maintenance and material management, since it increases material management needs afloat and decreases   material   availability   ashore   in   the system.  In  the  previous  steps,  the  equipment removed  was  validated  and  the  excess  repair parts  identified.  The  next  step  is  to  update  the COSAL. Nonautomated Ships This section discusses the procedures used by supply   personnel   aboard   ships   without mechanized  capabilities. SUMMARY  OF  ALLOWANCE  PARTS LIST (SOAPL).—  Delete the APL/AEL number in  the  SOAPL.  When  deleting  an  APL/AEL, draw  a  single  line  through  that  APL  number. PART   I,   SECTION   A.—  Delete   the equipment  in  the  COSAL  Index,  just  for  the applicable  service  application  only. PART I, SECTION B.— Delete the equipment and/or  component  from  the  service  application. Whenever you do deletions, always delete with a single  line  through  the  information. 2-20

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