(a) The manufacturer's name, address, and telephone number if
(b) All technical specifications.
Date manufactured and put in service.
(d) Defense Logistics Agency, (DLA) contract number.
(e) The cause of performance failure.
Receipt copy (number 1). Destroy when the equipment is returned to the
AIMP copy (number 2). Handle as directed by your local command.
Control copy (number 3). Handle as directed by your local command.
(4) Organization copy (number 4). The unit requesting the maintenance keeps
this copy for 90 days after the equipment is repaired. For items under a DA approved
sampling plan, hold this copy as directed by the plan. The unit may keep the DA Form
2407 showing services, such as calibration and load or proof test, until the next service
(5) File copy (number 5). The maintenance activity keeps this copy for 90 days
after the equipment is repaired and returned to the user. The data from this copy must
be transcribed to DA Form 2409 for those items of equipment requiring an equipment
DA FORM 2406, MATERIEL CONDITION STATUS REPORT
a. Purpose. A blank DA Form 2406 is shown in figure 1-10. The materiel
condition status report (MCSR) provides the following benefits.
(1) It gives DA staff and equipment managers readiness information on
reportable items of equipment, systems, and subsystems.
(2) Local commanders can analyze and predict equipment readiness and
availability and be aware of the equipment status of their supported equipment.
(3) The DA Form 2406 is a worksheet for unit commanders to compute
equipment mission capable (EMC) time.