Chapter 1 - Introduction

Section I - General

1-1. Purpose

1-2. References

1-3. Explanation of abbreviations and terms

Section II - Responsibilities

1-4. Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4

1-5. Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3

1-6. The Deputy Chief of Staff, G-6

1-7. The Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8

1-8. Director, U.S. Army Logistics Transformation Agency

1-9. Chief, National Guard Bureau, the Chief, Army Reserves, and commanders, major Army commands

1-10. Commanding General, U.S. Army Materiel Command

1-11. Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management), Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2, The Adjutant General, and the Chief of Engineers

1-12. The Office of The Surgeon General

1-13. Director, U.S. Army Concepts Analysis Agency

1-14. Principal HQDA officials

1-15. Principal MACOM, agency, and activity officials

1-16. The Commanding General, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM)

1-17. Commanders, ASCC

1-18. Commanders at all levels

Section III - Status Reports

1-19. Readiness reporting

1-20. Equipment readiness goals

a. Unit equipment readiness goals.

b. Other equipment readiness goals.

1-21. Rating criteria

1-22. Reporting under the Army Materiel Status System (AMSS)

1-23. Installation Materiel Condition Status Reporting System

1-24. Materiel condition status report flow

a. Input reports.

b. Output reports.

1-25. Waivers and additions to the DA list of items/systems for DA Form 2406, DA Form 3266-1, and DA Form 1352 reports

1-26. Security classification

1-27. Units excused from materiel condition status reporting

a. Unusual cases that have an equipment readiness-reporting requirement.

b. Automatically exempt units.

c. Units are excused from reporting.

1-28. Rounding of numbers

1-29. Special reporting requirement

1-30. Army prepositioned stocks

Chapter 2 - Status Reporting

2-1. Methods of reporting

2-2. Materiel Condition Status Report

2-3. Report review

2-4. Reporting units/activities

2-5. Frequency of report

a. All Active Army, USAR, and ARNG

b. Reports will be monthly for a period

c. Material condition status reports

2-6. Reportable/nonreportable equipment

2-7. General reporting instructions

2-8. MCSR submission

2-9. Reportable item characteristics

2-10. Data processing instructions

a. MCSR data collection (general).

b. MCSR data collection (detail).

Chapter 3 - Army Aircraft Inventory, Logistical Status, and Flying Time Reporting

3-1. Methods of reporting

3-2. Reporting aircraft readiness

Chapter 4 - Missile Materiel Condition Status Reporting (MCSR CSGLD-1864 (R1))

4-1. Duties and procedures

4-2. Reporting requirements

a. Reporting of PATRIOT C2 and PATRIOT FB.

b. Required reports.

c. All missile equipment electronic reporting to LOGSA.

d. Missile equipment hardcopy reporting.

e. Reporting to AMCOM by hardcopy.

f. Missile equipment reported by hardcopy DA Form 3266-1.

g. PATRIOT C2 and PATRIOT FB.

h. ULLS-G/AMSS reporting.

i. Missile equipment monthly reports.

j. All missile units (Active Army, ARNG, and USAR) .

k. Detected errors on previously submitted reports.

l. Units that are required to use hardcopy reports.

m. Retention.

4-3. Equipment to be reported

a. Reportable Equipment.

b. Tactical and operational readiness float systems, and Army prepositioned stock .

c. Other equipment.

4-4. Readiness reporting procedures

a. Rules for computing FMC ratings.

b. System availability measurement.

c. Common equipment items.

d. Partial Period Reporting.

e. Assets at MATES, UTES, or ECS.

f. Missile systems in transit.

g. Multiple simultaneous failures within a missile system.

h. Explanation of terms.

i. File Retention.

4-5. DA Form 3266-2 (Missile Materiel Condition Status Report Worksheet)

a. Purpose.

b. Preparation instructions.

4-6. DA Form 3266-1 (Missile Materiel Readiness Report) (RCS CSGLD- 1864(R1))

a. Block 1, DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE:

b. Block 2, TO:

c. Block 3, FROM:

d. Block 4, UIC

e. Block 5, PERIOD ENDING:

f. Block 6, DODAAC:

g. Block 7, DSN:

h. Block 8, PART 1—SYSTEM OPERATIONAL DATA:

i. Block 8a. FMC:

j. Block 8b, NMCS:

k. Block 8c, Block 8c, NMCM:

l. Block 8d. WEAPON SYSTEM:

m. Block 8e, REQ:

n. Block 8f, AUTH

o. Block 8g, ONHAND:

p. Block h, POSSIBLE HOURS/DAYS:

q. Block 8i, FMC Hours:

r. Block 8j, NMCSORG:

s. Block 8k, NMCS SUP:

t. Block 8l, NMCM ORG

u. Block 8m, NMCM SUP:

v. Total blocks 8i through 8m:

w. Block 9,

x. Block 9a, ITEM:

y. Block 9b. SERIAL NO:

z. Block 9c, POSSIBLE HOURS:

aa. Block 9d, FMC HOURS:

bb. Block 9e, NMCS ORG:

cc. Block 9f, NMCS SUP:

dd. Block 9g, NMCM ORG:

ee. Block 9h, NMCM SUP:

ff. Block 10, NAME AND GRADE OF AUTHENTICATING OFFICER:

gg. Block 11, SIGNATURE:

hh. Block 12,

ii. Block 12a, ITEM:

jj. Block 12b, SERIAL NUMBER

kk. Block 12c, DATE NONAVAIL:

ll. Block 12d, DS/GS JOB ORDER NO. OR DOCUMENT NO.

mm. Block 12e, MALFUNCTION AND PART NO.

nn. Block 13, COMMANDER'S READINESS IMPACT STATEMENT

4-7. Missile equipment assistance request

a. Assistance:

b. Submission:

c. Feedback:

4-8. Special readiness impact statement

Chapter 5 - Finding and Fixing readiness and sustainability Deficiencies

5-1. Materiel readiness reporting

a. Goal of reporting materiel readiness.

b. Importance of integrity in materiel readiness reporting.

c. Materiel readiness reporting.

5-2. Materiel readiness deficiencies

5-3. Resolution of materiel deficiencies

5-4. Methodology

5-5. The Logistics Intelligence File (LIF)

a. LIF function.

b. LIF operations.

c. Special inquiries.

d. LIF reports.

5-6. Maintenance Assistance and Instruction Teams (MAIT) Program

a. MAIT objectives.

b. Types of MAIT visits.

5-7. AMC Logistic Assistance Program (LAP)

5-8. Army Oil Analysis Program (AOAP)

5-9. Command Logistics Review Program (CLRP)

5-10. The Equipment Improvement Report (EIR) and Maintenance Digest

5-11. The Integrated Logistics Support Lessons Learned (ILSLL) Report

5-12. Sample data collection (SDC)

5-13. The Preventive Maintenance Monthly

5-14. AMC information publications

5-15. AMC/OTSG readiness directorates

a. Readiness analysis.

b. Logistics assistance.

5-16. The readiness area of the LIDB

Chapter 6 - Logistics Sustainability Assessment and Analysis Program

6-1. Application of resources

6-2. LSA and other Army logistics sustainment and sustainability analysis

a. Overview.

b. Policies and procedures.

6-3. Logistics evaluation of OPLANs, CONPLANs, and FUNCPLANs

a. General.

b. Policies and procedures.

6-4. Measures of sustainability

Appendix A - References

Publication Section I Required Publications

Publication Section II Related Publications

Publication Section III Prescribed Forms

Publication Section IV Referenced Forms

Appendix B - Department of the Army List of Reportable Items/Systems for DA Form 2406, DA Form 1352, DA Form 3266-1, ULLS-G, ULLS-A, SAMS, IMCSRS, and HQDA Approved Systems

B-1. List of reportable ground equipment

B-2. Ground subsystems

B-3. List of reportable aircraft systems

B-4. Reportable Missile Systems

Appendix C - Army management control evaluation checklist

C-1. Function

C-2. Purpose

C-3. Instructions

C-4. Test questions—

C-5. Supersession

Glossary -

Abbreviation Section

Term Section

Special Terms and Abbreviations Section