Section I. INTRODUCTION
Service-To clean, to preserve, and to replenish fuel and
The maintenance allocation chart allocates specific
Adjust-To prevent or correct malfunction by maintaining
maintenance operations to the proper category of
prescribed limits or by bringing into proper
or exact position.
Inspect-To verify serviceability and to detect incipient
Allocation of maintenance operations is made on
electrical or mechanical failure by scrutiny.
the basis of time, tools, and skills normally available to
the various categories of maintenance in a combat
subassemblies, and parts for unserviceable
situation and influenced by maintenance policy and
sound maintenance practices, as outlined in AR 750-5.
Symbol X-The symbol X placed in the appropriate
3. Explanation and Definitions
The maintenance allocation chart designates overall
category responsible for performing that
responsibility for the maintenance function on an end
maintenance operation, but
item or assembly. Repair and/or rebuild of major
does not necessarily indicate that repair
assemblies is designated by authority of the Army
parts will be stocked at that level.
commander representative, except for the specific
Maintenance categories higher than the
subfunctions listed in the maintenance allocation chart.
maintenance category marked by X are
Deviation from maintenance operations allocated in the
authorized to perform the indicated
maintenance allocation chart is authorized only upon
approval of the Army commander representative.