Find the most up-to-date version of AR at Engineering AR –7–1. Reporting of Product Quality Deficiencies Within the U.S. Army This administrative revision, dated 15 July o Makes organizational updates. (AR –7, figure A-1) d. Are units/MSCs/AMC using the EDRS to report and process QDRs? (AR –7–1) e. Are exhibits being requested and processed in .
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A report of a product quality deficiency which may cause death, injury or severe occupational illness; would cause loss or major damage to a weapon system; critically ad the combat readiness capabilities of the using organization; or which would result in a production line stoppage. Category II Deficiency Report. Cat I days after.
The propomand and local forms are prohibited with. Reporting and processing deficiencies a.
AR Reporting Of Product Quality Deficiencies Within The U.S. Army
The propomand and local forms are prohibited with- nent has the authority to approve excepout prior approval from Deputy Chief of tions or waivers to this regulation that are consistent with controlling law and regu- S t a f fG — 4 D A L O – M N NW a s h i n g t o nlations. Army This administrative revision, dated 15 July o Makes organizational updates throughout.
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Table 2—1 Deficiencies reportable under other provisions Deficiencies: The SF form or format used to record and transmit product quality deficiency data. Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in appendix A.
Suspension will be as follows:. Category I Deficiency Report.
AMC will set up—. Deficiencies reportable under other provisions, page 2 Glossary.
AR 702-7-1 Reporting of Product Quality Deficiencies Within the US Army
at This regulation sets forth policies and responsibilities for reporting product quality deficiencies within the Army. AR —7, figure A Product Quality Deficiency Report. Chapter 2 Product Quality Deficiencies 2—1.
Disposition instructions for defective materiel will be given within 45 calendar days from date of report. Is the overall PQDR program adequately funded to ensure execution of the program? After that time, unless told otherwise, the holder of the exhibit will dispose of it.
Explanation of abbreviations and terms. Instructions Answers to the below questions must be based on the actual testing of controls for example, direct observation, timeline analysis, interviewing and sampling. Wrong or improperly classified items, missing, or improper documents, overages or shortages, and hidden damages. A report of a product quality deficiency that does not meet the criteria set forth in Category I.
A related publication is a source of additional information. 7002-7-1 of defective materiel. Proponent and exception authority. Pam —8, and DA Pam — On equipment involved in foreign military sales or grant aid under the Security Assistance Program after transfer of title Method of reporting: 7027–1 and AR Urgent category I reports may be sent by Defense Switched Network.
AR and AR Deficiencies: Quality deficiency report The SF or format used to record and send product quality deficiency data.
A deficient item, or a sample item that represents the deficient condition, that can be qr to determine the cause of the defect.
Deficiencies reportable under other provisions. Exclusions For deficiencies reportable under other provisions, see table