FROM SEACONRON TWO THREE
TO COMNAVAIRLANT NORFOLK VA
COMSEACONWING ONE JACKSONVILLE FL
SUBJ/MONTHLY AIRCRAFT SUMMARY DATA REPORT//
POC/AZ1 M. CHRISTMAS/DSN 922-1593//
RMKS/1. VS-23 AN9 000023 JUL 97//
010002 744 000 A
016004 744 000 A
Figure 5-24.Monthly Report of Aircraft Summary Data (RECTYP 79, message).
Mission Capable (MC). The material condition of
an aircraft that can perform at least one, and
potentially all, of its intended missions.
Optimum Performance Capable (OPC). An
aircrafts material condition is OPC if the aircraft
can perform all of its assigned missions with all
Full Mission Capable (FMC). When an aircraft can
perform all of its intended missions, the aircrafts
material condition is said be FMC. FMC has two
subcategoriesfull mission capable maintenance
(FMCM) and full mission capable supply (FMCS).
Partial Mission Capable (PMC). When an aircraft
can perform at least one, but not all of its intended
missions, its material condition is partial mission
capable. PMC has two subcategoriespartial
mission capable maintenance (PMCM) and partial
mission capable supply (PMCS).
Not Mission Capable (NMC). The material
condition of an aircraft that is not capable of
performing any of its intended missions. NMC has
maintenance (NMCM) and not mission capable
Not Mission Capable Maintenance (NMCM).
Material condition of an aircraft that is not
capable of performing any of its intended
missions due to maintenance requirements.
NMCM has two additional subcategoriesnot
mission capable maintenance scheduled
(NMCMS) and not mission capable
maintenance unscheduled (NMCMU).
Not Mission Capable Maintenance Supply
(NMCS). The material condition of an aircraft
that is not capable of performing any of its
intended missions because maintenance cannot
be completed due to lack of parts or materials.
In addition to NMC, PMC, and FMC data for each
aircraft, the RECTYP 79 report lists the following
Total flight hours and flights flown
Hours and flights flown while operating
Equipment IN and OUT of service (EIS and
The sources of this data are the SCIR-3 and
NAVFLIRS reports. Procedures for computing EIS and
EOS, NMC, PMC, FMC are outlined in the NAMP.
When an aircraft squadron is based inside the
continental United States (CONUS) and is supported
by a DSF with Streamlined Alternative Logistics
Transmission System (SALTS) capability, the
squadron should ensure that the DSF forwards
RECTYP 79 data to arrive at the ACC not later than
2400 hours on the 10th day of the month after the report
date. When an aircraft squadron is supported by a DSF
without SALTS capability, the squadron should submit