Section I. GENERAL
Forms, Records, and Reports
Responsibility for proper
a. This manual is published for information
execution of forms, records, and reports rests upon the
and guidance of personnel concerned with the operation
commander of all units maintaining this equipment.
and maintenance of Secondary Transfer Standards
However, the value of accurate records must be fully
understood by all persons responsible for their
sets will be referred to throughout this manual as the
and authorized forms are normally utilized to indicate the
type, quantity, and condition of materiel to be inspected,
b. Refer to manufacturer's commercial
repaired, or used in repair. Properly executed forms
manual, technical bulletin, or technical manual for
convey authorization and serve as records for repair or
operating procedures of individual instruments supplied
replacement of materiel, and for delivery of materiel
with the AN/GS M-286/287.
requiring further repair to shops. The forms, records,
and reports establish the work required, the progress of
c. Refer to TM 9-4931-700-34P and other
the work within the shops, and the status of the materiel
individual Repair Parts and Special Tools List (appendix
upon completion of its repair.
A) for repair parts.
b. Authorized Forms. The forms generally
applicable to units operating and maintaining this
Maintenance Allocation and Maintenance
materiel are listed in appendix A. For a listing of all
forms, refer to DA Pam 25-30. For instructions on the
responsibilities will apply as reflected in the maintenance
use of these forms, refer to DA Pam 738-750 and AR
allocation chart (MAC) (appendix B). In all cases where
the nature of repair, modification, or adjustment is
beyond the scope or facilities of the using personnel, the
c. Field Reports of Accidents. The reports
responsible maintenance unit should be informed in
necessary to comply with the requirements of the
order that trained personnel with suitable tools and
Army safety program are prescribed in detail in AR 385-
equipment may be provided or approximate instructions
40. These reports are required whenever accidents
involving injury to personnel or damage to materiel occur.
d. Equipment Improvement Recommen-
dations. Deficiencies detected in the equipment or
Daily operational checks should be made
materials should be reported using the
on the equipment that is to be used in the
Deficiency Report, Standard Form 368.
measurement setups for that day. The
operator will make the determination if
e. Reporting Receipt of Defective Material.
additional checks are required to verify the
All reports will be in accordance with DA Pam 738-750
system accuracy of the setups.