Table 6-9. - Fleet Assigned Codes
phrase ON LOAN FROM (name of source, e.g., NAVAIRSYSCOM PRIORITY 1 ALPHA). If USAF). When the loan is terminated (due to return, loss, or other reason), include the phrase LOANED AIRCRAFT STRICKEN or LOAN RETURNED, as appropriate.
On transactions reinstating previously stricken naval aircraft, include the word REINSTATE and reference the authority (e.g., CNO 123456Z JUN 91).
Any version of status code R indicates that authority has been granted to retire the aircraft for transfer to a foreign government under a military assistance program (MAP) or foreign military sales (FMS) program. On such transactions, as well as the follow-on strike actions, enter under remarks the phrase MAP/FMS (and reference to the authorizing directive).
For transactions containing status codes 1S0, 2S0, 3S0, or 4S0, which indicate strike of the aircraft, enter under remarks the word STRIKE (with reference to the authorizing directive).
On transactions receiving aircraft from NAVAIRSYSCOM FS, enter under remarks the NAVAIRSYSCOM priority, (for example, the aircraft is received from another source, enter the reference to the authorizing directive.
On transactions where an aircraft is received from NAVAIRSYSCOM FS and is to continue a previously begun period (not a new or newly reworked aircraft), enter the period number plus the OPSERVMOS and flying hours (F/Hs) already accumulated in the period number indicated (for example, CONT PERIOD 004 with 4 OPSERVMOS and 120 F/Hs).
The date-time group and report serial number of the last XRAY submitted will be reported in the remarks section. Do not report as unknown . Enter amplifying remarks on status change, PED adjustment, nonaging, damage, INSERV XRAYs, aircraft transfer order (ATO), etc.
As a general rule, when more than one status change occurs on a given aircraft on the same day, only one report is required. This report should reflect the status situation of the aircraft at the end of the day.
Multiple XRAY actions may be reported with one message so long as the message involves one controlling and one reporting custodian. TheContinue Reading