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Maintenance Operations 101

 

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MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS

MAINTENANCE SYSTEM FOUR LEVELS

Unit Level ------- 10/20 Level

Direct Support ------ 30 Level

General Support ----- 40 Level

Depot---System Overhaul Level

MAINTENANCE XXI

UNIT

DIRECT SPT

GENERAL SPT

DEPOT

MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS

INSPECT

TEST

SERVICE

ADJUST/ALIGN

CALIBRATE

REMOVE/INSTALL

REPLACE

REPAIR

OVERHAUL

REBUILD

ARMY OIL ANALYSIS PROGRAM

A condition monitoring program

Detects potential equipment component failure

Identifies lubricant condition

Improves equipment reliability and readiness

AOAP SPECIAL SAMPLES

At the request of the laboratory.

Immediately before transfer among commands or overseas deployment of equipment.

After maintenance, overhaul, or replacement of a component

AOAP SPECIAL SAMPLES, cont.

After indication of a problem, for example, overheating, excessive oil loss, or loss of oil pressure.

After indication of contamination that is cloudy, sludge, M60A1 Tank water, excessively dirty, visible metal particles.

ARMY OPERATOR LICENSING

http://safety.army.mil/pages/pov/driverstraining.html/

Must have state license

CO is issuing officer

Valid for 4 years

RECOVERY AND BATTLEFIELD DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND REPAIR

Recovery-procedure that retrieves or frees immobile or inoperative vehicles by towing, lifting and winching.

BDAR-Any action taken to return disabled equipment rapidly to the operational commander during combat - "Jury-Rigging."

BDAR

Done in combat/Trained in Peacetime

Standard Maintenance is always the first choice--decision based on parts availability and METT-T

BDAR kits should be in each vehicle

BDAR (cont)

Assess before attempting repair

Perform only needed repairs--cosmetic repairs are unnecessary

Senior man present decides when and if to perform BDAR

BDAR SAFETY

Check for fuel/oil spills, damaged cables and wires, and live/loaded ammo.

Check for chemical contamination if necessary.

Maintain high alert for booby traps on abandoned equipment.

Do not operate until you make a full assessment.

RECOVERY METHODS

Self Recovery

Like Recovery

Dedicated Vehicle Recovery

REASONS FOR RECOVERY

Repair Damaged Equipment

Retrieve Abandoned Equipment

Prevent Enemy Capture of Equipment

Obtain Intelligence Information

MANAGING RECOVERY ASSETS

Centrally Managed

Priority of Recovery

Coordinate with Maintenance Effort

Return to Unit Maintenance Collection Point (UMCP)

RECOVERY SAFETY

Follow Safe Rigging Guidelines

Don't overload ground shocks and anchoring spades

Use extreme caution while towing--use brake vehicle if necessary

Be careful around all suspended loads

Allow only the minimum required personnel in the area

TYPES OF MAINTENANCE PUBLICATIONS

Army Regulations

Department of the Army Pamphlets

Technical Manuals ( TMs )

Technical Bulletins ( TBs )

Supply Bulletins/Circulars ( SBs/SCs )

Lubrication Orders ( LOs )

Modification Work Orders ( MWOs )

TYPES OF TAMMS RECORDS

Operational Records

Maintenance Records

Historical Records

ULLS GENERATED FORMS

MANUAL

DA FORM 5823

DD FM 1970

DA FM 2401

DD FM 314

DA FM 2404

DA FM 2407

DA FM 2408-14

AUTOMATED

NOT REQUIRED

DA FM 5987-E

DA FM 5982-E

DA FM 5986-E

DA FM 5988-E

DA FM 5990-E

DA FM 5988-E

DA FORM 5823
EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION CARD

PURPOSE:

TIES A PARTICULAR EQUIPMENT RECORD TO AN ITEM OF EQUIPMENT.

USE:

THE DISPATCHER AND OPERATOR USE IT TO KEEP UP WITH SERVICES AND TO MAKE SURE THEY ISSUE THE RIGHT FOLDER.

DISPOSITION:

REPLACE WHEN IT IS NO LONGER READABLE.

DA FORM 2401/5982-E
DISPATCH CONTROL LOG

PURPOSE:

A RECORD OF OPERATORS AND LOCATION OF EQUIPMENT ON DISPATCH OR IN USE.

USE:

DISPATCHERS NOTE THE DISPATCH OR USE OF EQUIPMENT.

DISPOSITION:

DESTROY ONE MONTH AFTER YOU CLOSING OUT THE LAST ENTRY IN COLUMN ONE.

DA FORM 2404/5988-E
EQUIPMENT INSPECTION/MAINTENANCE WORKSHEET

PURPOSE:

IT IS THE CENTRAL RECORD FOR MANAGING AND CONTROLLING MAINTENANCE .

USE:

USED BY PERSONNEL PERFORMING INSPECTIONS, MAINTENANCE SERVICES, DIAGNOSTICS CHECKS, AND SPOT CHECKS.

DISPOSITION:

KEPT IN THE EQUIPMENT RECORD FOLDER OR PROTECTED COVER UNTIL COMPLETED IF YOU HAVE FOUND NO FAULTS.

DD FORM 314/DA FORM 5986-E
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE AND RECORD

PURPOSE:

IS A RECORD OF SCHEDULED AND PERFORMED UNIT MAINTENANCE INCLUDING LUBRICATION SERVICES.

USE:

SCHEDULE PERIODIC SERVICES ON EQUIPMENT.

DISPOSITION:

DESTROY AFTER TRANSFERRING NEEDED INFORMATION TO A NEW FORM.

DESTROY WHEN YOU SEND THE EQUIPMENTTO SALVAGE.

DD FORM 1970/5987-E
MOTOR EQUIPMENT UTILIZATION RECORD

PURPOSE:

A RECORD OF MOTOR EQUIPMENT USE

USE:

CONTROL THE USE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE AND MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT, COMBAT, TACTICAL, AND NON-TACTICAL VEHICLES

RECORD OPERATING TIME ON EQUIPMENT THAT REQUIRES SERVICES BASED ON HOURS ONLY

DISPOSITION:

VARIES, SITUATIONAL

DA FORM 2026/5991
OIL ANALYSIS REQUEST

USED TO ORDER TEST OR SERIES OF TESTS

COMPLETE THE FORM FOR EACH SAMPLE REQUESTED

LAB INDICATES TESTING RESULTS ON THE FORM

DA FORM5984-E
OPERATORS PERMIT RECORD

REPLACES OF 346.

PROVIDES VERIFICATION OF LICENSING FOR THE OPERATOR.

CATEGORIES OF MAINTENANCE IN ULLS-G

Operational Processes

Equipment Data Update

Equipment Data Reports

Maintenance Support Functions

The Army Materiel Status System

MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT TOOLS

Readiness Reports

DA Form 2406

Non-Mission Capable Report

Equipment Maintenance and Inspection Worksheet

Service Schedule Due

Prescribed Load List (PLL)