(b) Enter/update default data (2). This allows you to enter MILSTRIP
defaults for the system to use in preparing materiel and status requests to be passed to
(c) Enter/update RO/ROP calculation data (3). This function allows
you to specify constants for the system to use in computing optimal stockage levels for
items in the stock record file.
(d) Enter/update supporting activity data (4). This option allows you to
define supporting supply (Class VIII and Class IX) activities and medical maintenance
(2) Build/update supported customers file (2). Selection of 2 at the 3.3.4
menu allows you at the depot level to identify the on-hand equipment of each of your
(3) Build/update unit equipment file (3). Choosing 3 at menu 3.3.4 allows
you to build, update, delete, and query equipment records in the unit equipment file.
(4) Build/update materiel stock record file (4). This option allows you to
build, update, delete, and query for records in the materiel stock-record file.
(5) Build/update local code tables (5). Option 5 allows you to identify locally
unique medical maintenance codes. This submenu (220.127.116.11) contains the following
functions. Refer to figure 4-3.
(a) Display/update maintenance action codes (1). This option allows
you to specify codes and associated descriptions identifying the local unit's various
types of maintenance actions, the priority associated with each type, and the number of
hours required to perform each type. The following maintenance-action codes are used
here: CL--calibration, PM--preventive maintenance, RE--in-house repairs, ST--safety
test, SS--special services (for example, alteration, survey), DR--depot repair, RR--referred
repair, ER--evacuated repair, TI--technical inspection.
(b) Build/update local team/technician file (2). The choice of option 2
allows you to build the local team/ technician file by entering local team/technician
codes and descriptions. You can update, delete, and query for the codes. The codes
are used to identify specific teams and technicians when work orders are assigned.
(c) Build/update local equipment locations (3). This menu choice
allows you to build a code table of local equipment sections (locations) by entering the
local equipment location codes.
(d) Build/update maintenance level codes (4). This function allows you
to build a code table for the system to use in editing maintenance codes entered for
each maintenance request.