3. An inventory and inspection of all
permanent ALFA Company shop equipment,
noting condition and deficiencies.
4. A preventive maintenance inspection to
the BPM level on each nonpreserved item of
USN-numbered equipment assigned, using the
Equipment Evaluation Inspection Guide.
Accomplish all repairs possible, dependent upon
the work force, space, and repair parts available
as determined jointly by both maintenance
5. A preventive maintenance inspection of all
equipment attachments, using an Attachment
Evaluation Inspection Guide. Accomplish all
repairs possible, dependent upon the work force,
space, and repair parts available as determined
jointly by both maintenance supervisors.
6. A visual inspection of each preserved item
of assigned USN-numbered equipment, using an
Equipment Evaluation Inspection Guide. The
equipment is not depreserved for testing un-
less visual inspection shows major discrepan-
The equipment condition codes as defined
below are used in completing the parts of figures
2-18 and 2-19 that describe the overall condition
of the equipment being BEEPed. Complete
definitions of the codes are as follows:
A-Serviceable. New, used, repaired or
reconditioned equipment that is serviceable for
its intended function.
1-Unused-Good. Unused equipment that
is usable without repairs and is ready for use.
2-Unused-Fair. Unused equipment that is
usable without repairs, ready for use, but
3-Unused-Poor. Unused equipment that is
usable without repairs but has considerable
deterioration or damage.
4-Used-Good. Used equipment that is
usable without repairs and most of its useful life
5-Used-Fair. Used equipment that is usable
without repairs but is somewhat worn or
deteriorated and may soon require repairs.
6-Used-Poor. Used equipment that may be
used without repair but is considerably worn or
deteriorated. Remaining utility is limited or major
repairs will soon be required.
F-Unserviceable (Repairable). Economi-
cally repairable equipment that requires repair or
G-Unserviceable (Incomplete). Equipment
requiring additional parts or components to
complete before issue. Also includes items with
a long lead time, additional part requirement.
7-Repairs Required-Good. Required re-
pairs are minor and should not exceed 15 percent
of the replacement cost.
8-Repairs Required-Fair. Required repairs
are considerable and are estimated to range from
16 percent to 40 percent of replacement cost.
9-Repairs Required-Poor. Required repairs
are major and are estimated to range from 41
percent to 65 percent of replacement cost.
S-Unserviceable (Scrap). Equipment
that has no value except for its basic material.
Property that has some
value, but repair or rehabilitation to use for the
intended purpose is clearly impractical.
Cannibalization of parts is possible.
X-Scrap. Material that has no value except
for its basic material cost.
Repair costs by percentage of
replacement as set forth in numerical
coding will pertain to deadlined equipment
Representatives from COMCBPAC or COM-
CBLANT will be present at each BEEP and will
remain on board until all phases of the BEEP have
been completed. The primary duty of the re-
presentives is to present guidelines to personnel
from both battalions that they are to cover and
adhere to during the BEEP. (These guidelines
are listed in the COMCBPAC/COMCBLANT-
INST 11200.1 series, page 157, paragraph
3702. ) Specific responsibilities of the
COMCBPAC/ COMCBLANT representatives
are as follows:
1. Provide technical assistance during the