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requires that all combatant and CV ship manpower documents
list Repair 8 as the central focal point for ECC
Navy Manpower Engineering Center (NAVMEC)
Repair 8
Electronics Casualty Control Center is the primary casualty control point.
Personnel assigned to the ECC center consist of the
EMO, at least one senior CPO or petty officer, a status
board plotter and phone talker, and, preferably, at least one investigation team
ECC circuit
usually the X6J
communication check (phone check) every
3 minutes if no other traffic exists.
All teams
must use preestablished routes. This requires
coordinating with who when
the opening or closing of damage-control fittings is
damage control central (DCC)
Personnel assigned to the secondary ECC are
usually the
assistant EMO or a senior CPO or petty officer, a status board plotter and phone talker, and a casualty investigation team.
(1) serves as a ready
and rapid reference for technical details of the ship's electronics system installation and spaces
(2)provides data on available repair support material.
casualty control manual
must have a complete (master)
ECC manual that covers all spaces.
The primary ECC & secondary ECC
All other electronics
spaces must have a what containing the pages
that pertain to that space and are identical to the master ECC manual.
ECC folder
ECC folder must contain the following information
Fire-fighting equipment location, First-aid equipment location, Emergency destruction equipment location, Ventilation controller location, Escape routes (on large ships),
Electronics emergency access routes, Internal communications, Technical manual locations and indexes,
Power distribution diagrams,
Signal distribution diagrams,
Gyro signal distribution diagrams, Equipment air system diagrams, Equipment coding system diagrams, and Antenna details.
Each technician (or operator) must be able to find
any item in the folder within a reasonable time
approximately 2 minutes
Electronics casualty control training is essential in
the achievement of
battle readiness
A casualty is defined as an equipment malfunction
or deficiency that cannot be corrected within
48 hours
When a CASREP is needed.
Reduces the unit’s ability to perform a primary
Reduces the unit’s ability to perform a secondary
Reduces a training command’s ability to perform
its mission, or a significant segment of its mission, and
cannot be corrected or adequately accommodated
locally by rescheduling or double-shifting lessons or
identifies, to an
appropriate level of detail, the status of the casualty and
parts or assistance requirements
contains information
similar to that submitted in the Initial report and is used
to submit changes to previously submitted information,
is submitted when equipment that has been the subject of casualty reporting is repaired and back in operational condition.
is submitted at the
beginning of an availability period when equipment that
has been previously reported is scheduled to be repaired
during the availability
CASREP message is always serialized with the
MSGID (message identification) set, that appears immediately after the message classification line. The serial numbers are sequential from
1 through 999
When you need assistance or parts to repair a
casualty, report schedule information in the RMKS set
for a full 30-day period, beginning on the
earliest date that you can receive the assistance or parts
Minor degradation of primary mission or total loss of secondary mission.
Major degrad of primary mission but not a loss.
Loss of a least one primary mission.