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P-2300. Lists repairable assemblies under the cognizance of Aviation Supply Office (ASO) or Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR). P-2310. Lists supporting repair parts of Navy aviation material. It serves as master reference list for identifying and requisitioning all parts of replacement significance required to support the repairable assemblies listed in Section P-2300. P-2330. This is the family group cross-reference. It provides additional information of interchangeability data shown in P-2300 and P-2310. It shows the relationship of repairable components with the others in the family group. This is indicated by Family Relationship (REL) code. An “H” in this column means the NSN is the head of the family and an “M” means member of the family. C0018. The Repairable Assemblies Model Code Table of Navy Aviation Materials. This publication lists the model codes shown in P-2300 with applicable NSN or coded NICN The list of NSNs are prefixed with cognizance codes and material control codes and suffixed, as applicable, with SMICs. The NICN is a nine-character letter and number code that identifies an item pending the assignment of an NSN. C0030. The Packaging Data For ASO and NAVAIR Repairable Assemblies. It provides information in the proper ways of protecting material for shipment. Other ASO publications that are not in CD-ROM format are listed and described in the following paragraphs. CRIPL-01. Consolidated Remain In Place List. This list is designed to improve management of repairable components by identifying the Remain- In-Place (RIP) items. These items are repairable components that cannot be removed until receipt of a replacement item. The NSNs listed in the CRIPL are authorized RIP items. The CRIPL has three parts. Part 1 is in NIIN sequence, Part 2 is in part number sequence, and Part 3 is in NIIN sequence within aircraft type. NAC-10. Provides cross-reference from part numbers to NAC (Navy Activity Control) numbers of the Aviation Supply Distribution System. This publication allows usage of available unstocknumbered items by advertising them. ICRL-A and ICRL-C. The Individual Component Repair List provides maintenance activities with ability to relate maintenance capability to repairable components. The ICRL-A lists repairable processed by a specific maintenance activity and the local repair capability for the item. The ICRL-C is combined ICRL for all intermediate maintenance activities (IMA). SOURCE, MAINTENANCE, AND RECOVERABILITY CODES The SM&R codes consists of two-position source code, two single-position maintenance codes, single-position recoverability code, and if applicable, a single-position service option code. Figure 3-3 is an example of SM&R Code. Its component codes are described in the following paragraphs. Table 3-5 describes the Joint Services Uniform SM&R Code Format. You must be familiar with the codes used in SM&R, as described in NAVAIRINST 4423.11. The Source Code is a two-character code that occupies the first two positions of the SM&R code format. This code shows the manner of getting the material needed for maintenance, repair, or rework of items. The following paragraphs describe the general categories of source codes. Refer to NAVAIRINST 4423.11 for a list of definitions to each code. Figure 3-3.-Example of an SM&R Code. 3-16



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