basic types of collateral equipage are component
collateral equipage and tactical collateral equipage.
COMPONENT collateral equipage consists of
items, such as hoses for pumps and bits for the earth
auger. These items are normally procured on the same
contract as the basic machine. The history jacket should
contain a list of the amount and types of component
TACTICAL collateral equipage consists of items
common to the equipment, such as top canvas and
tarpaulin, bows and side racks, spare tire and rim, jack
and lug wrench, and chains with hooks and binders.
The collateral equipage custodian maintains a
Collateral Custody Record Card, COMSECOND/
COMTHIRDNCB 60 Form (fig. 6-15), for each line
item of equipage for each unit of equipment. The
equipage custodian enters all outstanding requisitions,
receipts, issues, location, losses, and annotates the
allowance of a particular line item of equipage for each
CESE on the CB 60 form.
The equipage custodian maintains the CB 60 forms
in folders for each USN-numbered unit of CESE. The
CB 60 forms are pulled on the PM date to perform an
inventory of mounted or stored collateral equipage for
each unit of CESE entering the shop. The equipage
custodian prepares a NAVSUP Form 1250-1 (fig. 6-16)
or a 1250-2 (fig. 6-17) for lost, damaged or deteriorated
collateral equipment. Outstanding requisitions, amount
of gear on hand, and the date inventoried are all
Figure 6-17.Non-NSN Requisition, NAVSUP Form 1250-2.