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CINCLANTFLT/CINCPACFLT 4790.

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CHANGE 5
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JFMM Volume II

CNO Availabilities
Removed ISIC Sampling Audit of Industrial Activity
SUBSAFE Work.
Removed from Section 3.6.8.3.b.(5) for CNO Avails < 6
months
Removed from Section 3.6.8.3.5 for CNO Avails > 6
months
Audits deleted from Volume V in Change 4. This is to
correct oversight in not removing the auditing from this
chapter.
Volume II, Section 3.6.8.3.b.(5) & 3.6.8.3.5
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CNO Availabilities
Significant Changes to the Appendices:
Messages Regrouped for easier use
Appendices A through P are general availability information
such as sea trial procedures, etc.
Appendices AA through AC are for Surface Ship
Availabilities
Appendices BA through BL are for Submarine CNO
Availabilities < 6 months in duration
Appendices CA through CO are for Submarine CNO
Availabilities > 6 months in duration.

Volume II, Chapter 3 Appendices


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CNO Availabilities
Significant Changes to the Appendices:
Messages have been placed into the order of use
Messages modified to meet SUBSAFE
Requirements Manual specifications
Removed Shipyard and NAVSEA messages from
the appendices. (Message formats already exist
in the SUBSAFE Requirements Manual)
Minor Editorial Changes to Minimum Sea Trials
Requirements for CNO Availabilities
Volume II, Chapter 3 Appendices
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JFMM Volume IV

Diesel Engines
Clarified CASREP Reporting of Diesel Engine
Deficiencies

CASREPs are in addition to, and do not replace the


reporting requirements of other documents (e.g., Naval
Reactors Technical Bulletins, Operational Orders, Mishap
Reports, etc).

The significance of a submarines emergency and backup


power supplies cannot be overstated. CASREP
requirements of Out of Commission power generating or
storage equipment require additional clarification.

SSBN Class Submarine Emergency Diesel Generators.


Report emergency diesel generator casualties by message
by operational
constraints.
Volumeas
IV, allowed
Part I, Section
7.4
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Metrology And
Calibration Program

Combined the LANT and PAC TYCOM separate test


equipment readiness programs into one process
entitled Consolidated Test Equipment Readiness
Program (CTERP)

Changed process for increasing or decreasing the


allowance changes for the Ships Portable
Electronic Test Equipment Requirements List
(SPETERL)

Added exceptions to the generic frequency for


calibration of dishwasher thermometers,
magazine sprinkling gages and magazine
Volume IV, Part I, Section 12.6.1, 12.6.5 & 12.7.4
bimetallic thermometers.
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Miniature/Microminatu
re Electronics Repair
Program
Updates Supply Support for Miniature/Microminature
Repairs

Piece parts required for 2M repairs have been formalized


into Allowance Parts Lists (APL) for each ship class having
2M/MTR repair capability.

2M/MTR piece part APLs are divided into two distinct groups,
Baseline and Augmented APLs:

Organizational-Level Baseline APLs ensures that


100% of the listed 2M piece parts are stocked on board
regardless of stocks presently on hand and/or past
usage.

Volume IV, Part I, Section 11.5.5

Augmented APLs ensures that sufficient piece parts

System Test Check


Lists

Appendix B: Non-Nuclear Test Rig Determination


and Inspection C/L
Clarified use of gage ranges for testing pressures < 30#.
Revised referenced table to the correct NSTM Chapter 504
table

Appendix C: Nuclear/Non-Nuclear Pre-Test


Inspection C/L
Revised the checklist to delete danger or caution tagging
jumpers/gagging devices/blanks

Appendix D: Nuclear/Non-Nuclear Performance Of


Test C/L

Volume IV, Part I, Section 20, Appendix B, C, & D

Specified increments for performing preliminary leak


checks

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Space, Tank, & Void


Closeouts
Provides guidance on handling painting inspections of
non-steel damping and acoustic restraining covers
Painting not required
Paint inspection to ensure paint does not
bridge gap between the rubber and restraining
cover over more than 75% of an area

Volume IV, Part I, Section 21.5.3


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Work Authorization
and Control
Changes to WAF instructions:
Recognizes contractor personnel are not knowledgeable
of ship systems to properly sign the WAF. Provides
explanation of what contractor signatures on the WAF
mean.
Allows voltage checks prior to signing the WAF as
authorized by the Commanding Officer
Specifies that the original WAF does not have to be in
the Work Authorization Log throughout the course of the
work
Specifies cases when outside activities desire to perform
work within boundaries of the S/Y, the S/Y may allow
work to added to an existing WAF vice a new WAF when
Volume IV, the
Part I,
Section 21.5.4.e,
21.4.2.e
21.4.3.m
shipyard
is acting
as a&Repair
Activity
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Weight Handling
Equipment
Clarified that shore based weight handling
equipment that has been certified to NAV P-307
requirements can be used for lifts shipboard when
the ship is pierside with the exception of
radiological and ordinance lifts.
This change will reduce costs by providing clear
guidance that shore based facilities do not have to
have two sets of weight handling gear for shore lifts
and then lifting shipboard.
Shore based WHE rigging hardware are not subjected
to the same or probable stresses as imposed at sea
operations.

Volume IV, Part I, Section 30.3

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Submarine Salvage
Inspection
Recognized A & Is have changed rescue/salvage
equipment
Upon completion of A & I 3124, the shackle is powder
coated white
- Ships that do not have the A & I will still be plastisol
coated
Checklists revised to recognize desalinators and Submarine
Escape Immersion Equipment added by A & Is.

Salvage air valve testing can now be completed up to


one year prior to start of availability
Present rules did not address how soon before an availability
this testing could be completed and still count this change
Volumeallows
IV, Part III,
Chapter
3, Appendix
A
greater
flexibility
- testing
can be a part of the pre14
overhaul test program which can be used for better

Periodic Maintenance
Requirement Program
Updated the method for the the tracking of PMR items
assigned to the Shipyard during a CNO Availability by
the ISIC
Modified to meet the COMSUBPAC QAO memo 01-1.
Ensures that the ISIC verifies the PMR was properly assigned
and then proper notification from the Shipyard that the PMR
was completed

Recognized the method being used by NAVIMFAC


PACNORWEST in tracking and scheduling PMR
requirements
Recognizes NAVIMFAC PACNORWEST uses the LDS system

Volume IV, Part III, Section 7.6 & 7.8.3

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Electrolytic Oxygen
Generator
Requirements
Clearly indicates that workers performing maintenance
on the EOG must also be graduates of the oxygen
clean worker school
A loss of cleanliness on an EOG would be extremely hard to
recover. Current wording does not clearly address
maintenance on sections of the EOG require MIL-STD-1330D
controls

Volume IV, Part III, Section 13.3.1


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Unrestricted
Operations
Authorized the use of the ships coolant discharge log
for determining pierside and drydock time for URO
extensions
Previously only the ships deck log or engineering log could
be used. The coolant discharge log is an official log and is
an easier log to track pierside days.

Updated the method for the the tracking of URO items


assigned to the Shipyard during a CNO Availability by
the ISIC
Modified to meet the COMSUBPAC QAO memo 01-1.
Ensures that the ISIC verifies the URO was properly assigned
and then proper notification from the Shipyard that the URO
Volume IV, Part III, Section 8.2.4, 8.2.6.c, & 8.2.6.e
was completed
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Unrestricted Operations
(Also Volume V, Chapter 9: Audits,
Surveillance, Evaluations and
Assessments)
Revised the ISIC auditing Process for UROs during
all CNO availabilities (Less than six months and
greater than six months)
ISIC will audit all URO items assigned to Forces Afloat
(S/F, FMA)
ISIC will verify that all URO items that will come due
within six months of availability completion are
scheduled for accomplishment
Clarifies that the ISIC is not responsible for auditing URO
items that have been assigned to the Depot Activity
Volume V, Part 1, Section 9.3.4.c
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JFMM Volume V

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Annual Self Evaluation


Re-added the requirement for Type Commanders to
perform an annual self evaluation.
Evaluation submitted to Fleet QAO and NAVSEA 92Q
(submarines only)

Evaluation to include SUBSAFE and DSS programs


Requirement inadvertently dropped in JFMM during Change 3

Volume V, Part I, Section 1.3.1

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Delegation of ISIC
Responsibilities
ISIC functions that are delegated outside the squadron
must be formally transferred with a Memorandum of
Agreement
Recognizes that ISIC functions are not wholly contained in
squadrons in some geographical areas such as Pearl Harbor
that use a Naval Submarine Support Command
Provides accountability - formal transfer via MOAs ensures
that each organizations understands their responsibilities
and accepts these duties
Volume V, Part I, Section 1.4

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Training of Ships
Force
Added additional ISIC
to conduct an oral
QAfunction
Officers
interview with relieving Ships Force QAOs

Recognizes that S/F QAO do not have sufficient QA training


and this will help to ensure a minimum basis of knowledge.
It will result in less problems for the ISIC in the long run.
Topics to be included in the interview include:
URO Program Management including schedules
DFS Program Management
QA Training and Qualifications
QA Surveillance and Assessment Program
CWP opening and closing procedures
Volume V, Part I, Section 1.4

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Responsibilities for QA
Functions
Added functional statements to the responsibilities of
individuals in Chapter 1 concerning review and
approval of formal work packages.
Updated Chapter 1 responsibilities section for FWP review
and approval to match requirements already in effect in
Chapter 2
Following individual responsibility sections update:
Ships Force: Department Head, Division Officer, Work
Center Supervisor, & QAO
FMA: Nuclear Repair Officer, Planning and Estimating
Officer, Division Officer, Work Center Supervisor, & QAO

Volume V, Part I, Section 1.5 & 1.6

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Certification Letters
From Submarines
Corrected a conflict between sections of the JFMM.
Chapter 5 requires a certification letter from a Ships
Commanding Officer prior to each underway unless no
SUBSAFE controlled work, SUBSAFE testing or UROs were
conducted.
Chapter 1 under Commanding Officer responsibilities used
to require a Certification Letter from the Commanding
Officer prior to each underway even if no SUBSAFE work,
testing or URO items were accomplished.
Change 5 modified Chapter 1 to reflect the current
requirements in Chapter 5
Bottom Line: Certification Letter not required for
an underway if no SUBSAFE work, SUBSAFE
testing or URO items were accomplished.

Volume V, Part I, Section 1.5.1.c

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REC Exemption
Changed retention of OQE
Previously any QA-34 generated from a REC exemption reassembly was held by the applicable Division Officer.
Changed to have a single point of holding this OQE the
ships QAO

Added a note to clearly indicate that REC exemptions


are for S/F use only and only for operations and not as
part of Repair Activity repairs
There have been instances where Repair Activities have
attempted to have S/F invoke the REC exemptions to help
the activity in performing the maintenance with less
paperwork
Volume V, Part I, Section 1.6.2 & 5.10.6
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Responsibilities for Work


Performance of Other
Activities
Added information concerning use of technical support
agencies and contracted organizations concerning
performance of SUBSAFE work
SUBSAFE work can be only performed by those activities
listed in NAVSEANOTE 5000
Fleet Technical Support Centers can assist in (NOT
PERFORM) maintenance inside the SUBSAFE boundary IF
S/F is ultimately responsible for all work performed
S/F is responsible for the development in any CWP used
in any technical assist visit
Action taken to correct any misconception that any
organization not on NAVSEANOTE 5000 can actually perform
Volume V, the
Part maintenance
I, Section 1.7
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CWP Approval Process


Revised Chapter 2 concerning CWP numbering and
issuing of the numbers by S/F
Process merely reflects what was already required in the
instructions for completing a QA-9 in Chapter 11.

Volume V, Part I, Section 2.3.5

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QAO Qualification
Removed the allowance that a QAO could go to a QAO
course anytime within six months of appointment
QAO now should have attended a QAO course prior to
assuming the duties as a QAO.
This will require closer coordination by organizations
especially ships force in the appointment of new QAOs.

Volume V, Part I, Section 3.4.1, 3.4.3, & 3.4.5

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In-process Control
Added specific caution that the O-Ring Lubricant Table
(Table 5-4) is not applicable for nuclear systems
Addresses a case where S/F incorrectly used a lubricant on
this table for an o-ring in a nuclear system

Added two additional notes for use of o-ring lubricants


Stated that silicon compound per MIL-S-8660 is an
acceptable lubricant for seawater systems
Termolene grease is not approved for use in Divers Life
Support Systems

Volume V, Part I, Section 5.5.4.3

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Testing
Changes to Testing Notes for Escape trunks, Hatches,
Watertight Bulkhead Doors, & Sonar Spheres Testing
on Appendix B (Testing Requirements for Submarine
Systems)
Revised Note 15: Clarified that a deep dive retest is not
required for escape trunk penetrations not exposed to sea
pressure during normal operations
Revised Note 22: Specified method to check for leakage
during the conduct of the structural watertight integrity
check (deep dive)
Added Note 28: Note deals with Removable Logistics
Escape Trunks and Logistics Plug Trunks testing
Added
29: 7,Note
dealsB
Volume
V, Part Note
I, Chapter
Appendix

with Sonar Sphere testing

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Testing
Clarified Testing Procedures for Periscopes

Periscope Types 2, 8, 15 and 22, after re-assembly will


be verified by gas testing to 50 psig internal pressure
for 30 minutes with soap bubble test of work areas
affecting periscope tightness
Periscope Types 2, 8, 15 and 22, as an alternative, may
be tested using the Nitrogen/Halogen leak check
method
Nitrogen/Halogen leak check is the only method for
internal low pressure testing of Type 18 periscopes

Volume V, Part I, Chapter 7, Appendix B


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Testing
Changes to Testing Notes for Diesel Water Testing on
Appendix B (Testing Requirements for Submarine
Systems)
Deleted Note 25: Note 25 deals with URO-25
performance. No fleet submarine has flood control
actuated DSW Hull/Backup valves
Added Note 6: Note 6 deals with hull and backup valve
testing. DSW has hull and backup valves
Revised Note 9: Note 9 deals with pressure testing of
DSW and if DSW is connected to the ASW system. Revised
to match source document.
Volume V, Part I, Chapter 7, Appendix B
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Testing
Clarified what maintenance will require performance
of URO-25
Due to the subjective nature of the Submarine Safety
Requirements Manual and URO-25 Maintenance
Requirements Cards concerning when URO-25 must be
performed, the TYCOM has provided easy to use guidance.
If a component is disturbed the retest the entire
Emergency Flood Control System that was affected. For
instance, a component in the Forward Emergency Control
System is disturbed, then a retest of the entire Emergency
Flood Control System in the Forward compartment is
required.
Volume V, Part I, Chapter 7, Appendix B
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Departure From
Specifications
Official recognition of the Electronic DFS system
This will be the primary method for DFS processing in the
Submarine Force

Provides for administration of the DFS system


Process procedures formalized for conducting of
updates/changes to DFS items that have been approved
Formalized that attachments will be in Adobe Acrobat
format

Volume V, Part I, Section 8.3.1 & 8.3.7


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Departure From
Specifications
Clarifies when a new Job Sequence Number must be
added to a DFS that will require future work to clear
the discrepant condition
Many cases a temporary DFS is sent to the TYCOM for
approval without a new JSN added to the DFS even though
it is very clear from the onset that future work is required
New instructions require that this JSN be added prior to
submission of the DFS to the ISIC

Volume V, Part I, Section 8.3.1


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Audits and Surveillances


Revised areas requiring reviews during Assessments
and Audits
FMA and ISICs: Added Scope of Certification Compliance
Type Commander: Added SUBSAFE and SOC Program
Compliance and compliance to URO program requirements

Revised reporting of immediate corrective actions


Any immediate corrective action audit or assessment
comment must be answered and verified correct with the
ISIC prior to the next underway of the ship

Volume V, Part I, Section 8.3.1


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Record Retention
Revised Qualification Record Retention
Added requirement to keep Oxygen Clean Worker and
Oxygen Clean Instructor qualification records
Change record keeping duration for qualification records
from life of the ship to duration the individual is onboard

Added record keeping for REC exception QA-34 forms


As previously discussed, records to be kept by the QAO
vice each Division Officer

Volume V, Part I, Section 10.5.4 & 10.6.10


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QA Form Changes - QA-1


Material
Receipt
Control
Record
MATERIAL RECEIPT CONTROL RECORD
QA FORM 1 (FRONT)
1. MATERIAL NOMENCLATURE

2. LEVEL OF ESSENTIALITY

3. MIC NO./ID NO.

4. REQUISITION NUMBER (REQ. NO.)

5. JULIAN DATE

6. NUMBER RECEIVED

7. NSN/SMIC

8. VENDOR'S MARKINGS

9. REQUIRED CERTIFICATION DOCUMENTS FURNISHED (SIGNATURE AND DATE)


[ ] YES
[ ] NO
10. ENTER APPROP CODE
X RECORDS REQ'D
O RECORDS NOT REQ'D

MT

PT

RT

UT

VT

CHEM

PHYS

GENERIC MATERIAL HARDNESS


IDENTITY CHECK

DIMEN

11. INSPECTION RESULTS, REMARKS, SIGNATURES, AND DATE:

12. DISPOSITION
[ ] ACCEPT
[ ] REJECT

13. CERTIFIED
[ ] SS
[ ] LI

14. DOWNGRADE
[ ] GENERAL STOCK
[ ] REJECT TO SOURCE

15. SIGNATURE AND DATE

[ ] NUC LI

[ ] SOC MCD __ [ ] OTHER

Added Location for Indicating SOC Material Control Division


Volume V, Chapter 11, QA-1

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QA Form Changes - QA-2


Non-nuclear Material Id/control
Tag
QA-6 Forms
Deleted

Added a block for NUC L1 and


SOC Material
Provides a Process for QAO
signing of SOC MCD A or B
material
Volume V, Chapter 11, QA-2

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QA Form Changes - QA-2


Non-nuclear Material Id/control
Old Tag New Tag
Tag
Added additional
Fabrication /
Transfer Blocks
to help reduce
the number
separate QA-2
tags to perform
work

Volume V, Chapter 11, QA-2

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QA Form Changes - QA11


Controlled Work Package
(CWP)/re-entry Control (REC)
Resolved conflicting statements in the process
Log the QA-11 and QA-9
instructions for completing
forms
Conflict was concerning CWP numbering and
issuing of the numbers by S/F
Change does not change any current practices, it
merely
reflects what was already required in the
instructions for completing a QA-9 in Chapter 11.

Volume V, Part I, Chapter 11, QA-11


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QA Form Changes - QA34


Updated QA-34 instructions to reflect block 7 receipt
Joint/component
Torque
and
inspection procedures for SOC material
Assembly Record

Volume V, Part I, Chapter 11, QA-34

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QA Form Changes - QA-6


Nuclear Material Control Tag

QA-6 Tags
Deleted
Use QA-2
Tags

Volume V, Part II, Chapter I, Appendix D

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Scope of Certification
Revised receipt inspection requirements for
Material Control Division (MCD) A, B , & C
material - Rules incorporated in change 4 were
too restrictive and added requirements above
and beyond NAVSEA requirements
MCD A and B material will be receipt inspected by the CMPO
vice the QAO. The QAO will now only certify the material
MCD C material will have a visual inspection by the
craftsman and is certified by the QAI at installation

Volume V, Part III, Section 6.3 & 6.3.3


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