DA PAM 25-380-2 PDF

The procedures to implement supply control, item accounting, and transaction reporting are contained in Department of the Army (DA) Pamphlet (Pam) 2. DA Pam 25––2 Security Procedures for Controlled Cryptographic Items. ( Cited in para 2–) DA Pam –56 Logistics Supportability Planning and. DA Pam 25––2 Security Standards for Controlled Cryptographic Items. (Cited in para 3–) DA Pam –51 Risk Analysis for Army Property. (Cited in.

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Allocate and organize resources to provide needed support after considering all requirements, resources, and other considerations. Visually check the condition of the property. File HR and sub-hand receipt according to ARas applicable. Coordinated with supported unit, as required. Completed columns 9f l through 9f 5as locally prescribed. Duty Position Training Requirements. Evaluate paj sites by physical reconnaissance. They provide both soldier and trainer with the information necessary to prepare, conduct, and evaluate critical task training.

Make a list of any differences. Identified roles and responsibilities. The task number is a 25-3800-2 number that identifies the task and skill level.

These critical tasks are grouped by task commonality into subject areas. Make sure that component shortages are listed on HR shortage annexes. Planned logistics support for maintenance operations that anticipates requirements for personnel, equipment, repair parts, and the lam use of these resources.


Some tasks may also include detailed training information in a Training Information Outline and an Evaluation Preparation Pma. Submit requests for issue to replace any shortages. SAMS is the primary tool used for maintenance management.

Read across the rows for each task to determine the training status of all soldiers. Figure contains a list of training locations and their corresponding brevity codes.

Review the hand receipt HR before beginning the inventory to see the 25-38-02 of items to be inventoried. Determined shop’s mission essential or vulnerable areas MEVA.


Soldiers are responsible for using these materials to maintain performance. Report any discrepancies to the accountable officer.

Ensure procedures are current and valid. Assign work to shop sections to keep all sections working at optimum capacity. Check all items to make sure their national stock number NSNmodel, pamm their description on the HR match.


Identified routes to potential sites. Prepare separate HR for installation and organizational property. Identified reportable and maintenance significant items. First-line supervisors know how to perform each task or can direct soldiers to appropriate training materials, including current field manuals, technical manuals, and Army regulations.

Unless this publication states otherwise, masculine nouns and pronouns do not refer exclusively to men. Soldiers holding MOS 35W should have access to this publication.


Identified threat to information systems. Maintain HR and files. Coordinated on-site maintenance training. Select the most efficient method of repairing based on available equipment, facilities, and time. Sub-hand receipted property to user. The Evaluation Preparation Section indicates necessary modifications to task performance in order to train and evaluate a task that cannot be trained to the wartime standard under wartime conditions.

However, it is not intended for an individual copy to be provided to each MOS holder. Is the site location within the range, capabilities, and limitations of the equipment to be deployed? Review site reconnaissance requirements.

They may be conducted year-round. Notify sub-hand receipt holders of when and how the inventory will be conducted. Self-development is a key component of leader development. Identify requirements for administrative separations.

Commanders, trainers, and soldiers should use it to plan, conduct, and evaluate individual training in units. This section identifies specific actions that the soldier must accomplish to complete the task successfully. Verify facilities and space are available to conduct the inventory. ARSOP a. Identified work orders that were more than 30 days old.