AR /OPNAVINST A/MCO Joint Regulation Governing the Use and Application of Uniform Source Maintenance. AR –82/SECNAVINST /AFMAN 21– This regulation contains internal control provisions in accordance with AR 11–2 and identifies key internal . AR JOINT REGULATION GOVERNING THE USE AND APPLICATION OF UNIFORM SOURCE MAINTENANCE AND RECOVERABILITY CODES.
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PG Item procured and stocked to provide for sustained support for the life of the equipment. Item requires special handling or condemnation procedures because of specific reasons for example, precious metal content, high dollar value, contains hazardous or critical materials. Support item is removed, replaced, or used at the following intermediate activities: For multi-Service equipment and systems or when a code is entered, this position will contain one of the following maintenance codes as assigned by the Service s that require the code see table D—2.
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The SMR code assigned to each item of supply is a sr of a technical decision reflecting adequate consideration of the cost, design, manufacture, application, maintenance, and supply practices and capabilities as related to each support item and the operational missions of the end item.
Codes assigned to end items and support items to indicate the manner of acquiring items for the maintenance, repair, or overhaul of end items. State of preparedness of a system s to 7700-82 a mission or conduct warfighting.
70082 Z Item is not authorized to be removed or replaced at any maintenance level. K series source codes K series source coded items are contained in kits and do not or will not have a national stock number assigned see table C Items subordinate to or associated with an end item and required to operate, service, repair, or overhaul an end item for example, spares and repair parts. The first position indicates the lowest maintenance activity authorized to remove and replace the item.
Item procured and stocked for insurance purposes because essentiality dictates that a quantity be available in the supply systems. An item contained in a depot overhaul or repair kit and not purchased separately. Use this publication 700–82 the processes of acquiring logistics management information, supportability analysis summaries, maintenance plan development, maintenance repair analysis, and other qr functions.
These codes may also be applied to end items already in the supply system, to support items already in the supply system, or to support items entering the supply system after initial acquisition of the end item. B Munitions list items MLImutilate. References, page 7 B.
Repair fourth positionpage 12 Table E—1: They are normally consumable items or those requiring very limited repair for example, bending, painting, and alignment. Refer to appropriate manuals and directives for specific instructions.
The initial assignment and subsequent changes to SMR codes significantly impact funding appropriations, requirements determination, and all of the elements of logistics. O The lowest maintenance activity capable of complete repair of the support item is the organizational activity. Recoverability Codes, page A non-repairable item or repair ae, which can be discarded more economically than it can be repaired or which is consumed in use.
Consumable or expendable item A non-repairable item ae repair part, which can be discarded more economically than 70082 can be repaired or which is consumed in use. Army—Field maintenance or ASB. When a maintenance code is not used, a dash – sign will be entered. Logistics wholesale and retail systems will be designed to employ these codes, as appropriate. Item to be manufactured or fabricated at intermediate maintenance activity.
P series source codes, page 9 Table C—2: When requested from a contractor, an approving agency for the SMR coding effort will be identified.
Explanation of abbreviations and terms. AG Item to be assembled at both afloat and ashore intermediate maintenance activities.
Uniform source, maintenance, and recoverability code format The uniform SMR code format see table B—1 is composed of four parts consisting of a two position source code, a two position maintenance code, a one position recoverability code, and a one position Service option code as follows: On hand assets may be issued until exhausted.
AR —18 Provisioning of U. M series source codes.