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Fleet Intensified Repairable Management (FIRM) Items
procurement  action  may  be  taken  until  the  increased allowance   has   been   approved.   However,   if   the requirement  is  considered  to  be  an  emergency,  a requisition may be submitted to a supply activity with the approval of a superior m the chain of command. INSTALLED  EQUIPMENT Procurement   of   installed   equipment   is   the responsibility  of  and  controlled  by: 1. 2. 3. Naval   Electronics   Systems   Command— Electronic  Equipment Naval   Sea   Systems   Command—Ordnance Equipment. Equipment  and  machinery  for  ship’s  operation Naval  Sea  Systems  Command-Equipment  and machinery  for  ship’s  operation. Letter   requests   for   installed   equipment   are submitted by the commanding officer. A requisition number must be assigned to these requests by the supply officer. Initial  Equipment  Installation Most  new  equipment  is  installed  during  a  shipyard overhaul. The additional repair parts required are added to  the  Stock-Number  Sequence  List-Storeroom  Items (SNSL-SRI)  by  personnel  in  the  shipyard  Supply operations  Assistance  Program/ILO  team.  When  new equipment  is  installed  between  overhauls,  supply personnel  must  submit  a  Configuration  Change  Report to  Navy  Ships  Parts  Control  Center  (SPCC).  SPCC  will furnish the Allowance Parts List (APL) which supports the equipment. The supply officer is responsible for adding the allowed repair parts from the APL to the SNSL-SRI and for ordering many deficient items. Some  specialized  equipment  may  be  received  with boxed  sets  of  repair  parts  that  are  retained  by  the department.  Replenishment  of  these  parts  is  retie  on the basis of a DTO request from the department as the parts are used. AMMUNITION The  basic  policy  and  requisition  procedures  for ammunition  are  contained  in  Commander  Surface Force  instructions.  Although  the  supply  officer  is  not responsible   for   preparing   or   following   up   on ammunition requisitions, he will assist the weapons officer,   when   requested,   in   preparing   the   proper documents. MANDATORY  TURN-IN  REPAIRABLE Mandatory   turn-in   repairable   (MTRs)   are high-cost items that cannot be repaired on board. They are  shipped  to  the  nearest  designated  repair  facility. These   items   are   procured   and   managed   by   the applicable  inventory  manager  on  the  assumption  that unserviceable  repairable  will  be  shipped  promptly  so they  can  be  repaired  and  placed  in  supply  system  stock for reissue. In effect, repair becomes a substitute for procuring  replenishment  system  stock.  For  this  reason, control  of  unserviceable  repairables  is  as  important  to the  Storekeeper  as  the  control  of  serviceable  material. Mandatory turn-in repairable are identified by the Material  Control  Code  (MCC)  appearing  in  the  ML-1 and   in   the   Master   Repairable   Item   List   (MRIL) (NAVSUP Publication 4107). These codes are E, G, H, Q,  or  X.  Most  mandatory  turn-in  repairables  are assigned   MCC   “H”;   the   other   MCCs   apply   to repairables that require special controls and handling. MCC  definitions  are  found  in  NAVSUP  P-4107. Advice  Codes Advice  codes  must  be  assigned  to  all  requisitions for  mandatory  turn-in  repairable  items.  Generally, advice   code   5G   will   be   cited   in   replacement requisitions.  Advice  codes  are  found  m  NAVSUP P-485. These  advice  codes  have  precedence  over  any  other advice code that may apply applicable to the requisition. When it is necessary to include additional advice codes in a requisition for a mandatory turn-in repairable, it is entered in the “Remarks” field, and the appropriate document identifier for indicating exception data (A0E or A05) must be entered in CC 13. Requisition  Document  Numbers Requisitions for replacement of mandatory turn-in repairable  must  contain  the  same  document  number  as the  turn-in  document  of  the  unserviceable  repairable that  was  shipped  to  the  designated  repair  facility. Requisition Priorities Requisitions for mandatory turn-in repairable will be  assigned  priority  06  unless  the  urgency  of  need justifies  a  higher  priority. 5-16

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