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Formerly NWP 10-l-10
NWP 1-03.1
casualty is
defined as an equipment malfunction or deficiency which cannot be corrected within
48 hours
identifies to an appropriate level of detail, the
status of the casualty and parts and/or assistance
requirements. This information is essential
to allow operational and staff authorities to
apply resources at the proper priority.
INITIAL CASREP
contains information similar to that submitted in
the INITIAL CASREP and/or submits changes to previously submitted information.
UPDATE CASREP
when equipment which has been the subject of casualty reporting 1s repaired and back in operational
condition.
CORRECT CASREP
upon commencement of an overhaul or other scheduled availability period when equipment, which has been the
subjtect of casualty reporting. IS scheduled to be
repaired.
CASREP CANCEL
All ships, shore activities, and overseas bases (except
NAVEDTRACOM activities) use three casualty categories
2,3,4
NAVEDTRACOM activities use four categories
1,2,3,4
The selected casualty category shall never
be worse than a mission area M-Rating reported
via what for the primary mission(s) affected
by the casualty?
SORTS
A deficiency exists in mlssion essential equipment which causes a minor
degradation in any primary mission, or a major degradation or total loss of a
secondary mission.’
b. The unit must have reported an Equipment Status Resource-Specific
Rating of 2, 3. or 4 in primary missions effected by this casualty.
Cat 2
A deficiency exists in mission essential equipment which causes a major
degradation but not the loss of a primary mission.
b. The unit must have reported an Equipment Status Resource-Specific
Rating of 3 or 4 in primary missions effected by this casualty.
Cat 3
a. A deficiency exists in mission essential equipment that is worse than
casualty category 3, and causes a loss Of at least one primary mission.
b. The unit must have reported an EquipmenSt tatus Resource-Specific
Rating of 4 for a primary mission affected by this casualty.
Cat 4
Equipment casualty exists but training is not affected. No impact on training
for a period in excess of 30 days (e.g., no course convened that uses the equip
merit). Category must be re-evaluated and reassigned to 2, 3, or 4 if impact will
be experienced within 30 days.
Cat 1
MINOR degradation to training. Training continues end all course objectives
are met es a result of rescheduling, scheduling additional shifts, use of redundant equipment, etc.
Cat 2
MAJOR degradation to training. All course objectives are not being met, but
sufficient training is being conducted to warrant continuing the course. An
NEC may still beawarded, if applicable.
Cat 3
SEVERE degradation to training. Course objectives cannot be met, classes have
to be canceled, or class convening dates must be postponed. If the course is en
NEC awarding course end NEC’s cannot be awarded due to an inability to deliver essential training, category 4 must be assigned.
Cat 4
serial numbers
1 to 999
Field markers (/) are never
used
before a set identifier, after the last field
on a line, or after the final field in a set.
The use of a slant symbol (/) in describing equipment nomenclature is?
prohibited.
maximum length is established for each type of free text data set as follows:
(a) AMPN set -
Nine continuation lines
are allowed (10 lines total in the set)
maximum length is established for each type of free text data set as follows:
RMKS set -
Ninety-nine continuation
lines are allowed (100 lines total in the set).
regarding how free text fields may be structured;
therefore, any means of logically grouping and identifying explanatory information may be used.
There is no limitation in these rules
MSGID -
Message Identification
POSIT -
Position.
REF -
Reference Message
CASUALTY -
Equipment Casualty
ESTIMATE -
Estimated Time of Repair
ASSIST -
Outside Assistance
PARTSID -
Parts Identification
TECHPUB -
Technical Publication
1PARTS -
Equipment Casualty Parts
1STRIP -
MILSTRIP Information
AMPN-
Amplification.
RMKS -
Remarks
DWNGRADE -
Downgrading/Declassification
Procedures.
Mandatory fields shall always contain an item of information or, if the content is unknown use a
a hyphen (-).
Conditional and optional fields must also contain an item of information or, if the
content is unknown?
a hyphen (-)
Latitude and Longitude.
ddmmNC
dd are degrees of latitude (always two digits)
mm are minutes of latitude (always two digits)
N or S is the direction indicator
C is a check-sum digit
Date-Time Groups.
ddhhmmZMMMyy
dd is the day of the month
hh is the hour of a 24-hour day
mm is the minute within the hour
Z is the Greenwich Mean Time zone identifier (ZULU)
MMM is the month of the year in alphabetic form
yy is the two-digit year of the century
Units shall submit a
CASREP as soon as possible, but not later than
what after the occurrence of a significant
equipment casualty
24 hours
AIG
address indicating group