Figure 4-2. The Army Maintenance Management Information System
Medical Maintenance menu hierarchy.
a. Log-in. To access the TAMMIS system medical maintenance menu, the log-
in is "medmnt." The TAMMIS system is case sensitive. Use small letters only.
b. Main Menu (3.3). There are five medical maintenance system functions on
the main menu (figure 4-2): work order processing, supply management, periodic
processing and reporting, maintenance system setup procedures, and user designed
reports. The work order processing menu item is the most significant portion of the
subsystem. All other automated processes support it. The TAMMIS medical
maintenance program operates at the medical logistics (MEDLOG) battalions and TOE
hospitals (mobile Army surgical hospital [MASH], combat support hospital [CSH]) within
the CORPS and at the MEDLOG and TOE hospitals (field, station, and general) within
the communications zone (COMMZ). The system is used at each of these locations to
manage equipment maintenance and repair for equipment owned by the local unit and
equipment owned by supported units.
c. Maintenance System Setup Procedures (4). To establish site-specific
parameters for the maintenance system, select (4) from the main menu. This option
takes you to submenu (3.3.4) shown in figure 4-3. The functions from this submenu
allow you to enter, during system-setup, site-specific system and application data
required for the system to operate. These menu items also allow you to update or
change this site-specific data once the system is operational to respond to changes in
the local operational environment or procedures. This menu contains the following