Block 4 Materiel Management

EAE
Equipment Accountability Element
EAID
Equipment items maintained on Authorized in-use details (EAID)
AFEMS
Like the MMSYS but handles equipment accountability for the LRS EAE
what rank must a equipment custodian be?
SSgt or above
Allowance standard
Budget-given to support a specific mission
BOI
Basis of issue; in the allowance standard, represents the maximum allowable quantity of a non-expendable item
4 major inquiries but for equipment (AFEMS)
1. TACR
2. TORC
3. TORG
4. TINQ
TACR
REQUEST CHANGES for the allowance standard
TORC
CONFIGURATION DATA if you don’t use your equipment you lose it
TORG
allows you to view ORGANIZATIONAL IDs
TINQ
view allowances based on different criteria “selection keys” (INQUIRIES)
Air Force form 2005
used when the quantity is equal to or below the authorized quantity stated in the allowance standard
AF form 601
used to request changes for your allowance standard, when approval above wing/base level is required
EAID items
expensive items…mission items
non-EAID items
more pleasure, play items…does not support mission
Messaging
designed to keep all concerned parties informed of changes to allowance standards (PROVIDED DAILY)
When does an item need to be accounted for in AFEMS?
If it costs greater than 5,000 (for non-EAID items) and all EAID items
CA/CRL (R14)
a list that keeps accountability of all equipment assets
IUID
the SYSTEM of marking machine readable data elements
UII
enables traceability of the item throughout its life within the DOD. The LABEL ITSELF
Master CA/CRL jacket file tabs…
TAB A-memorandums and certificates
TAB B-custodian authorization/custody receipt listing
TAB C-information file
TAB D-deployed custodian information file
TAB E-organizational visits
Acronym for remembering the master CA/CRL jacket file tabs
my-memos and certs
car-ca/crl
is-information file
deep-deployed custodian information file
orange-organization file
Flight Service Center
responsible for preparing return documentation and processing TRIC TIN (PRIMARY POINT OF CONTACT WITH MAINTENANCE)
Who maintains control of all DIFM items?
The Flight service center (PRIMARY POINT OF CONTACT WITH MAINTENANCE)
How DIFM items get turned in/where they go
Condemned/DLADS
Serviceable/back to WAREHOUSE
Unserviceable but reparable/DEPOT
repair cycle asset management listing (D23)
used to monitor DIFM assets (IT’S A LIST)
purpose of DIFM reconciliation
to ensure MX physically has all DIFM items listed on D23
when is DIFM reconciliation performed?
DAILY
items that do not result in automatic shipment or transfer are coded what?
Shipment exception code 2 (SEX) code 2
what 2 things do you need to know that an asset is on hold
R920-DOC #
(SEX) code-STOCK #
what is the time frame for how fast 2LM assets are suppose to be evacuated off base?
2 working days/48 hours
2LM assets
complex robotic features (removed from an aircraft). Suppose to tell you what’s wrong with it (like fancy cars with their dashboard and whatnot)
Where is an end item listed?
on the D23
where are bits and pieces listed?
on the D19
what are bits and pieces?
small things that make up an end item
what is a repairable asset referred to when it’s waiting for its bits and pieces?
Awaiting parts (AWP)
Activity code for non-EAID items
Activity code P
Activity code for EAID items
Activity code E
What is turnaround action?
physically turning the asset in
All issues from a Supply Point are called what?
“over the counter”
Prepare an issue request (supply point) using what TRIC?
TRIC_MSI, with activity code S