- All NAVSUP form 1250-1/-2s for procure- ment of NIS or not carried (NC) repair parts are to be authenticated by the 2ndNCB/ 3rdNCB equipment representatives.
- Safety will be paramount throughout the entire BEEP!
2. Provide technical assistance during the BEEP.
3. Conduct a critique of the BEEP for appropriate personnel from both battalions.
4. Prepare and submit a BEEP Completion Report to COM2NDNCB or COM3RDNCB with copies to appropriate information addresses.
NOTE: It is understood that it is not possible to have a BEEP representative on board at each detail site throughout the BEEP. In the absence of a BEEP representative on detail sites, detail OICs shall comply with the instructions in the Red Book. Where serious doubt exists on what action to take, contact the BEEP representative at the main body site for determination.
While in home port, the incoming battalion is responsible for scheduling, reporting, personnel requirements, decals, and PM.
Scheduling is the responsibility of the incoming battalion. The COM2NDNCB Det Gulfport, MS; COM3RDNCB Equipment Office, Port Hueneme, CA; and the battalion being relieved must be notified of the commencement date of the BEEP at least 30 days before the commencement date. You should schedule the BEEP at the earliest date possible after the arrival of the advance party. This early date helps make sure of a completion before the arrival of the main body. It is recommended, therefore, that the BEEP be scheduled to commence at least 6 days before the arrival of the main body.
The incoming battalion also is responsible for the reporting. All required information is provided to the COM2NDNCB/COM3RDNCB equipment representatives for completion of the BEEP report.
The incoming battalion must make sure that all personnel required for the BEEP are assigned to the advance party The COM2NDNCB/COM3RDNCB- INST 11200.1 series recommends the following personnel:
ALFA company commander
ALFA company operations supervisor
ALFA company maintenance supervisor
Automotive (Light) shop supervisor
Heavy equipment shop
supervisor Support shops supervisor
Cost control clerk, direct turnover clerk, and PM clerk
Field mechanic supervisor
Equipment pool supervisor
Crane crew supervisor
Crane test director
Senior machinery repairman
Construction Mechanic (CM) - 28 personnel
Equipment Operator (EO) - 15 personnel
Construction Electrician (CE) - 1 (To inspect and evaluate power generators, floodlight trailers, and welders and to perform auto-electrical and battery work.)
Utilitiesman (UT) - 1 (Must be qualified to inventory and evaluate water purification units, decon sprayers, pumps, and water tanks.)
Hull Technician (HT)/Steelworker (SW) - 1 (Must have welding capability; also desirable to be able to perform body and fender repairs to vehicles and equipment.)
Total personnel required - 64
The incoming battalion is responsible for ordering sufficient supplies of NMCB decals for organic and augment allowance equipment according to section 5,Continue Reading