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  • 1. SECTION 105 SUPPLY AND SUPPORT
  • 2. 105.1 Discuss the purpose of the 3-M/PMS System
    • TO MAINTAIN EQUIPMENT AT ITS MAXIMUM OPERATING EFFICIENCY BY REDUCING DOWNTIME AND COST OF MAINTENANCE AND MAN-HOURS.
  • 3. 105.2 Explain how DPAS is used to track equipment
    • DEFENSE PROPERTY ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEM
    • BY RECORDING SENSITIVE INFORMATION IN AN APPROVED SECURE OR NON-SECURE PROPERTY SYSTEM IN AWAY THAT NATIONAL SECURITY IS NOT COMPROMISED.
  • 4. 105.3 Discuss the purpose of the MOV program.
    • MATERIAL OBLIGATION VALIDATION
    • PURPOSE IS TO ENSURE OVERAGED MATERIAL OBLIGATIONS REFLECTED IN THE INVENTORY.
    • MANAGERS RECORD AGREE WITH MATERIAL OUTSTANDING RECORD FOR PROCESSING.
  • 5. 105.4 Discuss the DLRs program
    • DEPOT LEVEL REPAIRABLE NAVY
    • MANAGED ITEMS BASED ON THE UNIT COST, ANNUAL DEMAND, DIFFICULTY OF REPAIRS, OR OTHER ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN SELECTED FOR SPECIAL INVENTORY CONTROL.
  • 6. 105.5 Explain the procedures for NRFI DLRs in regard to the following situations:  
    • TURN-IN: ACCOMPLISHED ON A ONE-FOR-ONE EXCHANGE BASIS TO RECEIVE CREDIT TO THE NEAREST STOCK POINT.
    • RIP: (REMAIN-IN-PLACE), NRFI PART HAS TO REMAIN IN THE EQUIPMENT UNTIL THE RFI PART HAS BEEN RECEIVED.
  • 7. 105.6 Define the purpose of the following:
    • MAMS: MAINTENANCE ASSIST MODULES ARE USED FOR TROUBLESHOOTING OF EQUIPMENT HELD IN THE CUSTODY OF ASSIGNED DEPARTMENT HEAD.
    • BULKHEAD READY SPARES ARE BULKY ITEMS STORED IN ASSIGNED SPACES WHERE THEY WILL BE USED.
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  • 8. 105.7 Define the term CASREP and explain the four categories.
    • (CASUALTY REPORT), REPORT DESIGNED TO IDENTIFY THE PARTS REQUIRED TO BE REPAIRED FOR FAULTY EQUIPMENT.
    • 4 CATEGORIES:
      • CAT 1
      • CAT 2
      • CAT 3
      • CAT 4
  • 9. 105.8 Define the following acronyms:
    • A. NSN: NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER
    • B. COG: COGNIZANCE OF NAVY MATERIAL
    • C. APL: ALLOWANCE PARTS LIST
    • D. AEL: ALLOWANCE EQUIPAGE LIST
    • E. NC: NOT CARRIED
    • F. NIS: NOT IN STOCK
    • G. SIM: SELECTED ITEM MANAGEMENT
  • 10. 105.9 State the purpose of the following forms:
    • A. DD Form 1348-6: MATERIAL THAT CANNOT BE IDENTIFIED BY NSN
    • B. NAVCOMPT 2276: REQUEST DOCUMENT FOR CONTRACTUAL PROCUREMENT
    • C. NAVSUP 1250-2: 7 PART DOCUMENT FOR PROCURING NON-NSN MATERIAL
    • D. DD Form 448: (MIPR, MILITARY INTERDEPARTMENTAL PURCHASE REQUEST),
    • REQUEST MATERIAL FROM OTHER BRANCHES/DEPARTMENTS
    • E. SF 44: INVOICE AND PUBLIC VOUCHER FOR OVER-THE-COUNTER PURCHASES
    • OF SUPPLIES
    • F. DD Form 1155: REQUEST FOR SUPPLIES AND SERVICES FROM COMMERCIAL
    • VENDORS
    • G. SF 1449: REQUEST TO BUY, SHIP, AND RECEIVE COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS
    • H. SF 30: AMENDMENT OF SILICITATION AND MODIFICATION OF A CONTRACT
    • I. DD Form 200: SURVEY
    • J. SF 364: REPORT OF DISCREPANCY
    • K. SF 368: QUALITY DEFICIENCY REPORT
  • 11. 105.10 Discuss the following:
    • A. CHRIMP : CONSOLIDATED HAZARDOUS MATERIAL REUTILIZATION AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, NAVY'S LIFE-CYCLE CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL
    • B. DRMS: DEFENSE REUTILIZATION MARKETING SERVICE, DISPOSING SITE OF EXCESS MATERIAL PURCHASED FOR MILITARY SERVICES
    • C. ServMart: SERVICE MART, DIRECT PURCHASE OF CONSUMABLE, RETAIL ITEMS FROM COMMERCIAL SOURCES
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  • 12. 105.11 Discuss the uses of the Government commercial purchase Card (IMPAC) (VISA).
    • PROVIDE ON THE SPOT PURCHASES OF SUPPLIES AND SERVICES FOR A MORE EFFICIENT, COST EFFECTIVE, PROCESS OF MICRO-PURCHASE ITEMS OR SERVICES
  • 13. 105.12 Explain OPTAR and its components.
    • OPERATING TARGET: FISCAL YEAR FUNDS GRANTED BY THE TYPE COMMANDER FOR EACH COMMAND TO OBTAIN MATERIALS AND SERVICES NECESSARY FOR OPERATIONS COMPONENTS:
    • OFC-20: SUPPLIES AND SERVICES
    • OFC-50: AVIATION
    • OFC-01: FLIGHT OPERATIONS
    • OFC-09,10,15,21,23: MISCELLANEOUS/ REIMBURSABLE
  • 14. 105.13 State the difference between the following:
    • NORMAL POWER – PRIMARY SOURCE OF POWER.
    • EMERGENCY POWER – BACKUP SOURCE OF POWER.
    • UNINTERUPTED POWER – TEMPORARY SOURCE OF POWER WHILE SWITCHING FROM PRIMARY TO BACKUP OR TO ALLOW TIME TO SAFELY SHUT DOWN EQUIPMENT DURING A LOSS OF POWER.