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ii)Given the value of the SE inventory and its essentiality in support of aircraft and airborne systems readiness, the following management programs were developed:
CHANGE 1 TRAINEE GUIDE C-4D-2001 Information Sheet 6-1-1 Sheet 3 of 11 FOR TRAINING USE ONLY 248 (1)Aircraft Maintenance Material Readiness List (AMMRL) Program is an inventory management and reporting system for SE at O-level and I-level activities. The AMMRL Program is detailed in NAVAIRINST 13650.1. The AMMRL Program uses Automated Data Processing (ADP) to record, store, and recall preestablished SE application data, which constitutes SERMIS, which is used to prepare the Individual Material Readiness List (IMRL). The IMRL is an allowance list of all SE required to maintain an activity's aircraft and airborne systems. NAVAIRINST 13650.1 contains provisions for revising SE allowances in SERMIS and in an activity's IMRL. It also establishes an inventory reporting system and inventory reporting requirements for SE. These reports provide the SECAs visibility for SE distribution and redistribution decisions, and the various inventory managers with data to justify procurement of additional SE. (2)Plant Equipment Management Application - This provides the management reports necessary for the effective inventory control of all plant equipment and SE that is required by D-level activities. These reports contain inventory, physical condition, and usage data for all plant equipment. In addition, the program serves as a basis from which COMNAVAIRSYSCOM plans and budgets for replacement of in-use equipment at the D-level. iii)Annual Inventory: Although continuous management control of SE is maintained by timely submission of Trouble Reports (TRs), an annual inventory of SE must be conducted, records corrected, and a report submitted. (1)Inventory: The annual physical inventory may be conducted any time during the calendar year at the discretion of the SECA. The inventory must be a wall-to-wall inventory conducted by a team of personnel who are knowledgeable in identification of all types of SE. (2)Corrective Action: The results of the physical inventory are matched against the activity's custody records. All discrepancies are investigated and differences reported by TRs. (3)Reports: Written reports are submitted to the SECA via the chain of command. 3)Asset Maintenance of Bench/TPS Verification:a)The complete Navy and Marine Corps aviation Support Equipment (SE) management program which provides the procedures and data required for effective management of SE and Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) related Test Program Set (TPS) items used throughout the Navy by aircraft maintenance activities. The program is involved with over 37,000 end items of aircraft maintenance SE Individual Material Readiness List (IMRL) items and 10, 000 items of Operational Test Program Sets (OTPS) element items used throughout the Navy and Marine Corps by aircraft maintenance activities. The AMMRL program recognized the many ship and