b. New equipment training support (IAW AMCR 350-6) is not justified since the personnel and training is
1-9. Logistics Assistance
a. Tank-Automotive Command Field Maintenance Technicians stationed at CONUS and OCONUS in-
stallations will be fully qualified and available to furnish on-site training or assistance concurrent with receipt
of the trailer.
b. Assistance can be obtained by contacting the Logistics Assistance Office listed in chapter 5, AR 700-4.
The CCE trailer contractor warrants the products furnished under this contract according to the terms and
conditions described in the equipment publications. All warranties furnished to the trailer contractor by
subcontractors of assemblies or components utilized in the manufacture of the end item will be extended to
Section II. MAINTENANCE
2-1. Maintenance Concepts
The CCE trailer will not require any new or special maintenance considerations. All maintenance functions
can be accomplished within the current maintenance concepts established for construction equipment.
a Operator/Crew Maintenance. Operator and crew maintenance is limited to daily preventive maintenance
checkes and services.
b. Organizational Maintenance. Organizational maintenance consists of scheduled preventive maintenance
services, minor repairs, and adjustments.
c. Direct Support Maintenance. Direct support maintenance consists of repairs onsite or in a direct support
unit's shop. Repairs are accomplished with a minimum of tools and test equipment; the assemblies and end
items thus repaired are returned to their users.
d. General Support Maintenance. General support maintenance overhauls selected assemblies and repairs
items designated by the area support command for return to stock.
e. Depot maintenance. Depot Maintenance overhauls end items and selected major assemblies when they
are required to satisfy overall Army requirements. Overhaul of the end item may also be performed by con-
tract with the manufacturer.
2-2. Maintenance Allocation Chart
Maintenance will be performed as necessary by the category indicated in the Maintenance Allocation Chart
(MAC) to retain or restore serviceability. All authorized maintenance within the capability of a using
organization will be accomplished before referring the item to support maintenance. Higher categories will
perform the maintenance functions of lower categories when required or directed by the appropriate Com-
manders. Using and support units may exceed their authorized scope and functions in the MAC when ap-
proval is granted by the next higher support maintenance Commander.