finds used in 3rdNCB, a JON is assigned by 3rdNCB
and issued as reimbursable OPTAR.
3. The expediter logs all 1250-1s in the
appropriate MRP or 03 OPTAR funds log and uses the
Julian date for tracking.
4. The expediter delivers all 1250-1s and BMs for
MCD projects to MLO. No 1250-1 copies are to be
retained by the expediter prior to transfer to MLO.
5. Every 10 days the expediter will receive from
MLO the yellow copies of MCDs 1250-1s. MLO is
required to retain the pink copies. Both copies are
annotated with the proper requisition number. The
yellow copy is put in the proper MCD package for
tracking. Additionally, the MCD expeditor should
receive from the supply office, the pink copies of all
ESA and SJO 1250-1s. These pink copies are then
forwarded to the camp maintenance storeroom after the
expeditor logs the requisition number.
6. When notified that material has been received
by MLO, the expediter makes the appropriate entries in
the log and in the project package. If this is a direct
turnover (DTO), the shop foreman is notified of such
and the BRAVO-4 is informed by memo.
7. When notified by MLO that a project has 100
percent of the material aboard and staged, the expeditor
informs the scheduler, who then transfers the project
from the awaiting material board to the projects waiting
to be scheduled. The expeditor should not be tasked
to stage or issue material for the shops. A shop
supervisor, who is the prime contractor for these
specific job orders, must be assigned to pick up and
stage material to ensure that proper material is on hand.
The shop foreman makes sure this is done.
Every 10 to 15 days, the MCD expediter receives
the MCD Project Material Status Report from MLO.
The expediter uses this report to identify MCD
project material that has been received, all
outstanding 1250-1s, and line items that have not been
put on order. The status of outstanding requisitions
should be checked at 30/60/90/120-day intervals and
action taken to make sure required materials are on
The expediter maintains memorandums
accounting for all NCF tasked camp projects funded
with 03 OPTAR. The accounting data includes a
running balance of total funds allotted for these
projects and is maintained in the project files. For
selected projects of larger dollar amounts (K and
above), the 3rdNCB establishes individual JONs.
The expeditor also maintains collateral/PSE
procurement actions in individual facility folders.
The PM/COSAL coordinators responsible for the
SJO and the camp COSAL programs. The coordinator
works for the shop scheduler to accomplish all SJOs
and reports directly to the maintenance chief for
COSAL. The coordinators responsibilities include
Sight and validate all equipment currently
under camp COSAL support.
Validate all equipment under the Preventive
Maintenance System (PMS) Program.
Verify equipment files, library (tech data), and
COSAL APL information for all camp equipment
under the PMS program. Order technical/mainte-
nance/repair manuals as required.
Manage all camp equipment under PMS.
Review COSAL equipment list for additions,
deletions, or APL changes. Submit required COSAL
changes. Maintain a job sequence number (JSN) log
for the COSAL changes.
Validate the COSAL, allowance parts lists
(APLs), and repair parts held by the BRAVO company
camp repair parts storeroom.
Trouble Desk Attendant
The trouble desk attendant receives all customer
trouble calls, enters this information into the trouble
desk log and fills out emergency/service authorization
(ESA) forms. The attendant makes sure that ESA
forms are properly routed and that outstanding ESAs
are completed within the required deadlines.
Normally, all facility history jackets are maintained at
the trouble desk.
The shops foreman directly manages the
execution of all camp maintenance work through the
five shops in BRAVO company. He/she coordinates
with the scheduler to accomplish the workload to