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MISSILE SYSTEMS 600000
Flying Firepower

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ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION 400000
Riding the Wavellengths)

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AIRCRAFT 500000
Bird's Eye View

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SPECIAL PURPOSE EQUIPMENT 700000
Boats, Bulldozers and What-have-you

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PAGING THE FORMS-WITH ENTRIES
DA Form 348
5 DA Form 2410

26 DA Form 2408-11
SF 46

6. 61 FSN 7510-889-3494 (Binder) 30 DA Form 2408-12
DA Form 2400
48 DA Form 2408

30 DA Form 2408-13
DA Form 2401
51 DA Form 2408-1

31, 33 DA Form 2408-14
DA Form 2402
17, 60 DA Form 2408-2

33 DA Form 2408-18
DD Form 314
8,53 DA Form 2408-3

34, 65, 73 DA Form 2409
DA Form 2404 11, 60, 79 DA Form 2408-4

38,62 DA Form 2415
DA Form 2406
16 DA Form 2408-5

40 DA Label 80
DA Form 2407 19, 52, 59 DA Form 2408-10 42, 66 DA Form 55—Series

56, 80

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51, 80

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COMMENTS OR RECOMMENDATIONS ON THIS PUBLICATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED DIRECT TO: PRESIDENT, US ARMY MAINTENANCE
BOARD, ATTN: EDITOR, PS MAGAZINE, FORT KNOX, KENTUCKY 40121.

HAROLD K. JOHNSON,
General, United States Army,
Chief of Staff.

AR: To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-9 requirements for Legistics,

DEPOSITED BY THE

Helps Get Your UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
EQUIPMENT READY FOR

COMBAT

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WHAT'S CHANGED

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Here are the major changes introduced in the revised TM 38-750:

Records for control of aircraft engines, specific aircraft components, recoverable combat vehicle engines, and selected recoverable missile components. Calibration scheduling and accomplishment reporting. Ammunition, rail, marine and administrative use motor vehicles also are brought under the system.

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Army equipment is grouped into primary categories, instead of the technical service groups in the first edition of TM 38-750. The eight primary categories are Weapons, Combat Vehicles, Tactical and Support Vehicles, Electronics and Communication, Aircraft, Missiles, Special Purpose Equipment and Ammunition.

Use of codes for recording information on forms is expanded to aid

C. in machine processing and to speed data on its way to applicable comd.

mands and national agencies.

More equipment has been added to the reportable items list (Appendix III of the TM) on which feedback information is required. Para 4-26 of the TM is your score card for Equipment Log Books and their DA Form 2400 series inserts.

Procedures, records and reports required by TM 38-750 implement policies laid down by AR's 750-1, 750-5, With these forms and procedures, like 750-8 and 750-10. Three TM's cover with the equipment, you go with The Army's Maintenance Management what you've got. System

They are TM 38- Records required by TM 38-750 vary 750 (Army Equipment Record Pro- widely within the primary equipment cedures), TM 38-750-1 (Maintenance categories. Charts in para 4-26 of the Management, Field Command Proce. TM have X's in the columns to show dures) and to be published TM 38- the exact record forms to be maintained 750-2 (Maintenance Management, Na- for affected items of equipment. tional Agency Procedures). TM's 38- Here's a handy chart to show how the 750 and 38-750-1 are the word for other record forms line up in the priorganizational echelons.

mary equipment categories. But rememTo maintain uniformity throughout ber, there are lots of exceptions and the Army, no additional forms and special conditions within the categories. no alteration of forms or by-passing The notes explain most of 'em, but

you of procedures outlined in TM's 38. still need to refer to the TM to see if 750 and 38-750-1 are permitted. a particular form applies.

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