Aviation Depot Level Repairable management and accounting procedures among Naval Reserve Air Squadrons at NAS Alameda, NAS Miramar, NAS Moffett Field, And NAS Whidbey Island
Laster, John Robert.
Halverson, Rolf Victor
Boger, Dan C.
Smith, Henry H.
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This thesis reviews existing tracking practices of Aviation Depot Level Repairables iAV-DLRs) among selected Naval Air Reserve Squadrons on the west coast. It examines the Jiterface between carcass tracking and financial management of AV-DLRs among Aviation Supnly >epots and Naval Reserve Comptrollers. It appears that significant improvements have been •ealized in AV-DLR tracking since AV-DLRs migrated from the Appropriations Purchase Account o the Navy Stock Fund on 1 April 1985. It is evident that a clear line of communication must be established and maintained etween the carcass tracking function and the financial accounting function at the Reserve lomptroller level so that better management decisions may be made. It is equally clear that XR86 Program and NALCOMIS are effective adjuncts in the anagement of AV-DLRs. A concerted effort should be directed toward implementing these anagement tools in areas where they are not being utilized.
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