Figure 1-2. Recovery vehicle, full hacked: medium, M88A1-right rear view.
c. The prescribed maintenance responsibilities
are contained in the maintenance allocation chart
in TM 9-2350-256-20.
Forms, Records, and Reports
a. General. Responsibility for the proper execu-
tion of forms, records, and reports rests upon the
commanding officer of all units maintaining this
equipment. However, the value of accurate records
must be fully appreciated by all persons responsi-
ble for their compilation, maintenance, and use.
Records, reports, and authorized forms are normally
utilized to indicate the type, quantity and condi-
tion of materiel to be inspected, to be repaired, or
to be used in repair. Properly executed forms con-
vey authorization and serve as records for repair
or replacement of materiel in the hands of troops
and for delivery of materiel requiring further repair
to ordnance shops in arsenals, depots, etc. The
forms, records, and reports establish the work
required, the progress of the work within the shops
and the status of the materiel upon completion of
b. Authorized Forms. For current and complete
listing of all forms, refer to current DA PAM 310-2.
For instructions on use of these forms, refer to
c. Field Report of Accidents (injury to person-
nel or damage to materiel). The reports necessary
to comply with the requirements of the Army
safety program are prescribed in detail in AR 385-
40. These reports are required whenever accidents
involving personnel or damage to materiel occur.
d. Report of Unsatisfactory Equipment and Ma-
terials. Any deficiencies detected in the equipment
covered herein which occur under the circumstances
indicated in TM 38-750 should be immediately re-
ported using DA Form 2407.