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S9086-AA-STM-010/CH-001R45

556-2.7.3

Due to the digitization program, all changes, subsequent to the initial automatic distribution, will be

incorporated with the basic chapter. Thereafter, all requisitions for changes will be filled with the entire basic and all changes inserted. If you receive a change package on automatic distribution, incorporate with basic chapter. If you order a change at a subsequent time you will receive a package that will replace your entire volume or

chapter.

001-2.8

FEEDBACK

556-2.8.1

To facilitate feedback commentary, copies of NAVSEA Form 4160/1, Technical Manual Deficiency/

Evaluation Report (TMDER), are included at the end of each newly published and revised chapter or volume. The completed form may be folded and taped, revealing the pre-addressed, franked cover. No further address is required. All feedback comments will be thoroughly investigated and originators will be advised of any action resulting therefrom. Additional copies of NAVSEA Form 4160/1 may be requisitioned from NAVICP, see para-

graph 001-2.3.1.

001-2.9

LIFE CYCLE MANAGER

556-2.9.1

A Life Cycle Manager (LCM) is assigned for each individual NSTM Chapter. The LCM is respon-

sible for the technical content of the chapter. LCM’s will periodically issue changes and revisions to keep tech- nical information current. However, LCM’s are not normally available as an information hot line . Instead, refer urgent technical problems to the In-Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) assigned to the equipment. The ISEA for answering technical questions concerning Hull, Mechanical and Electrical Equipment comprising most of the NSTM is located at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, Naval Station, Philadelphia, PA 19112-5083, Code 1431, commercial (215) 897-1222, or DSN 443-1222. LCM’s for each chapter are listed in the Technical Data Management Information System (TDMIS) data base under the Publication Number for the

chapter.

SECTION 3. NAVAL SHIPS’ TECHNICAL MANUAL STRUCTURE

001-3.1

INTRODUCTION

556-3.1.1

The NSTM consists of a set of approximately 100 chapters numbered between 001 and 999 in non-

consecutive sequence, see Table 001-3-1.

001-3.2

CHAPTER NUMBERING

556-3.2.1

Under the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) current practice, the NSTM chapter numbers

are structured into a three-digit system. Under the Naval Ship Systems Command before 1976, NSTM chapters were numbered according to a four-digit system. The four-digit chapter numbers are being replaced by three digit

numbers.

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