that all the required documentation, such as
logs, records, and Visual Information Display
The aircraft intermediate maintenance depot
System/Maintenance Action Form
(AIMD) intermediate level material control work
(VIDS/MAF), is affixed to the component.
center performs basically the same functions as the
Copy two of the VIDS/MAF is signed as an
organizational level material control. However, the
indication of receipt and given to the CCS
AIMD is usually a larger organization and its
functions are more complicated. In addition to the
functions performed by a squadron material control
AMSU positively identifies components and
(with the exception of flight operations fund OPTAR
determines if they are within the check/test/repair
accounting), an AIMD material control is responsible
capability of the AIMD through the use of the
for the following functions:
standard Individual Component Repair List (ICRL).
Verifying the work stoppage requisitions.
AMSU notifies production control of the receipt
Maintaining an aeronautical material screening
of components for scheduling into the appropriate
Performing functions concerning the
AMSU receives notice from production control
when components are to be scheduled for induction.
Individual Material Readiness List (IMRL).
The AIMD IMRL functions are much more
AMSU routes components to the appropriate
complex and require more work than similar
functions at the O-level.
Ensuring that all components turned-in to
Depot (AIMD) MCC or the SSC/ASD AWP unit may
supply are properly preserved and packaged.
be assigned primary responsibility for AWP piece
part requisitioning at TYCOM discretion.
In some cases, maintaining the OPTAR records
and preparing corresponding reports for the
INDIVIDUAL COMPONENT REPAIR LIST
aircraft fleet maintenance funds.
Arranging for the return of locally repaired RFI
The Individual Component Repair List (ICRL) is
components and non-RFI components certified
a maintenance management tool that provides the
BCM by the AIMD to the component control
AIMD with the ability to relate maintenance
capability to individual items. NAVSUP and NAVAIR
issue the policies and procedures for the ICRL.
The SK at the organizational level and the SK at
NAVICP maintains the database and publishes the
t h e i n t e r m e d i a t e l eve l h ave s l i g h t l y d i ff e r e n t
ICRL. Capability data in the master data bank at
functions. The organizational (O) level SK orders
N AV I C P i s b a s e d s o l e l y u p o n I n t e r m e d i a t e
parts for aircraft, while the SK at the intermediate (I)
Maintenance Activity (IMA) input. The standard
level orders parts for test equipment and parts to
ICRL contains existing repair capabilities data on
items processed by the IMA based on past experience.
NAV I C P u s e s t h e I C R L a s o n e f a c t o r i n t h e
negotiation process for the determination of site
o p e r a t i o n a l s u p p o r t i nve n t o r i e s ( O S I s ) , fi xe d
allowance (CFA) quantities, and allowance change
All components received in the AIMD material
control area are processed through the aeronautical
material screening unit (AMSU). AMSU determines
GENERAL USE OF THE ICRL
whether the item is within the capability of the AIMD
to check, test, or repair. To accomplish this task, the
The SSC/ASD uses the local ICRL as a data
AMSU performs the following functions:
source when recomputing repairable item
AMSU receives check/test/repair components
a l l ow a n c e s . I t m a i n t a i n s p r o g r e s s r e c o r d s o n
from the component control section (CCS) or
attainment of local repair capability for designated
repairable management section (RMS) for
intermediate-level maintenance fixed allowance
Marine Corps. At this point, AMSU ensures
items. The IMA publishes an internal instruction that