unit readiness. A list of data sets that are used in
CORRECT CASREP. A unit must submit a
CORRECT CASREPs is shown in figure 1-11.
CORRECT CASREP when equipment that has been the
subject of a casualty report is repaired and back in
CANCEL CASREP. A unit must submit a
operational condition. Only one casualty correction may
CANCEL CASREP when equipment that has been the
be submitted per CORRECT CASREP message. A
subject of a casualty report is scheduled to be repaired
CORRECT CASREP must be submitted as soon as
during an overhaul period or other scheduled
possible after the casualty has been corrected You
availability. Outstanding casualties that are not to be
should remember that the correction of a casualty may
repaired during such availability must not be canceled
affect the unit's readiness rating and may require the
and must be subject to normal follow-up procedures as
submission of a SORTS report to report the change in
Identities the message type, originator, and serial
number. Required once in each message.
Identities the reporting unit's present location and
effective date-time. Required once in each
Identifies date-time group of initial CASREP
Identifies the casualty being corrected by its serial
number, equipment description, and casualty
Reports the delay in correcting this casualty due to
parts unavailability, the number of manhours
expended in correcting this casualty, and the
number of operating hours since last failure.
Characterize equipment use as continuous,
intermittent, or impulse.
Provides additional amplifying information about
NAVEDTRACOM activities only: Report the total
equipment downtime and student hours lost per
If the message reporting this correction is
classified, provides downgrading or
declassification instructions. Required once in
each classified message.
Figure 1-11.-CORRECT CASREPorder of data sets summary.