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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;am the physical location with the location listed on the DA Form Ensure you take note of personnel, equipment, and logistic requirements when preparing for site selection.

Report any discrepancies to the accountable officer. Identified physical and procedural measures in shop security program. AR —— —— 5. Reviewed entries on counseling forms for errors.

Trainers should evaluate task performance to determine which tasks each soldier can or cannot perform to standard. Determined if maintenance performance was within unit’s acceptable range of performance. Maintain HR and files. Alternate written tests are provided if equipment is not available for hands-on testing.

AR —— —— 2. Keep this information current by always recording the most recent date on which the soldier demonstrated task proficiency.


Provided daa unit updated status of open work requests. Ensure the date the report is signed is entered. Appoint sub-hand receipt users. Used highest appropriate priority designator for items being repaired for return to ORF stock.

Determined specific site requirements.

The inventory will be conducted with the references on hand, and a memorandum will be prepared stating the procedures used for the inventory, if applicable. Tasks in this manual apply to both Active and Reserve Component soldiers. Serial numbers on the HR should match those on the item.

Commanders pzm ensure that their unit training plans prepare the unit for war by enabling soldiers to develop and sustain proficiency in their MOS and skill level tasks.

Trainers should work with each soldier until tasks can be performed to specific task summary standards. Accurate initial, in-process, and final inspections are vital in maintaining efficient shop operations and ensuring quality repairs. Turn in overages according to local procedures.


Shop supervisory personnel conduct in-process inspections to ensure work is being performed properly. Examples of problems to watch out for are: Coordinated on-site maintenance training. The person transferring the property keeps the original; the copy is 25-30-2 to the person receiving the property. This task can be performed in a field environment. Issued external SOP to supported unit.


Comments should not be written on the task summary. Identified differences in handling classified and unclassified 25-38-02.


Use of this form is optional. Completed columns 9f l through 9f 5as locally prescribed. Sub-hand receipted property to user. This section identifies specific actions that the soldier must accomplish to complete the task successfully.

Soldiers must perform tasks to the standards included in the ea summary. Review an award recommendation for errors. Locally reproduce the partially completed form if you are evaluating more than nine soldiers. Commanders employ two primary methods to evaluate soldier proficiency: Completed block 12 b.

Identified roles and responsibilities. DA Pqm —— —— 2. The task conditions statement describes the field or garrison conditions under which the task will be performed and identifies the equipment, tools, references, job aids, and supporting personnel that the soldier needs to perform the task in wartime.

Ensured that appropriate service and maintenance forms were completed.

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