Section V Ship Installations Technical Manuals and Technical Directives
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The requirements tables are to be used only for establishing continuing requirements for future publications (new or changes/revisions to existing manuals) by means of automatic distribution. They are NOT to be used for onetime requests to fill a special or limited need for existing issues.
Requirements tables are to be submitted for the following types of continuing requirements:
NEW - First submittal for automatic distribution or reinstatement of complete requirements that have been previously canceled.
CHANGE - Partial modification of existing requirements including one, two, or all three of the following types:
1. Deletion of some but not all terms or application insert models. This requires the insertion of zero (0) in the applicable quantity column(s).
2. Quantity increase or decrease for a single item or multiple items. Changed quantity should be inserted.
3. Addition of item(s) or application insert models. This requires the insertion of quantities and specific model(s) for the additional requirements. Previously submitted requirements not involved in a change will remain in effect.
REVISION - Resubmittal of complete requirements that supersede existing requirements.
The requirement tables, found in NAVAIR 00-25DRT-1, incorporate two copies of each applicable page, including the cover page of the requirements tables. Pages are secured by two screw posts and can be easily removed from the assembled manual by unscrewing the two posts. These pages should be prepared in duplicate. The original should be forwarded to the Naval Air Technical Services Facility, and the duplicate should be retained by the preparing activity for reference file purposes.
The cover page must be completed for each submittal. The official title and address for the receipt of the required publications must be inserted. While redistribution within a command is the responsibility of the commanding officer, specific organizational codes may be used to aid in the delivery where conditions dictate (location, size, special or peculiar requirements, etc.). The date entered should be the date of submittal. This is required to show currency and to identify and distinguish future changes and revisions. The official authorized to sign for the activity should insert his/her signature. The appropriate blocks should be checked to indicate the parts of the requirements tables that are being submitted, If the submittal consists of only a portion of any part, the Partial block should be checked and the total number of pages being submitted for that part should be inserted. The type of submittal should be indicated in the appropriate block(s). Guidance for selection of the applicable block(s) is contained on the cover page to NAVAIR 00-25DRT-1.
Requirements tables may be submitted as a whole or as individual pages, whichever fits the needs of the preparing activity. Each page submitted requires the activity name and submittal date to aid in handling. Insertions (activity, name, date, quantities, and specific models of aircraft, missiles, target drones, and power plants) may be either typewritten or hand-printed in ink. As specified on each applicable page, only one specific configuration of an aircraft, missile, target drone, or power plant can be inserted per block. If an activity has requirements for more configurations than blocks provided on a page, multiple submittal of the same page to reflect all required configurations should be made.
When compiling an activity's automatic distribution requirements, library personnel should use the Aircraft Application Index, NAVAIR 00-500B. This index lists NAVAIR technical manuals and appropriate pub codes, which are reflected in the distribution requirements table. The pub codes are assigned by NAVAIRTECHSERVFAC to one or more publications falling into the same category. The proper quantities of desired publications being received can be verified if you know the publication pub code it is listed under in the DRT.
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