The AMCOM component Serial Number Assignment
Reporting Requirement (SNARR) has been established to help in the
management and control of selected items at all levels of
Conditions That Require Item Serialization.
a. All items listed in TB l-1500-341-01, Aircraft Components
Requiring Maintenance management and Historical Data Reports and the
ULLS-A Component Legitimate Code file are considered as managed
components; therefore, they must be identifiable with individualized
Serial numbers will be
identification numbers called serial numbers.
assigned for the following reasons:
(1) When an item that was not previously serialized, is
designated a managed item and included in TB l-1500-341-01 and the
ULLS-A Component Legitimate Code file.
(2) When local identification of unique or special items is
needed for management and control.
(3) When a serial number of an un-installed managed component is
unknown due to a lost data plate, or obliteration of the
identification markings on the item.
New serial numbers will be assigned to items classified as
RC, TC, or CC only after coordination with the applicable
If the SNARR
Administrator determines that a new serial number should
not be assigned, the unidentified item must be condemned
and processed per Section IX of this manual.
5-3. Assignment of New Component Serial Numbers.
AMCOM will provide
new component serial number(s) for any of the conditions stated
above. Under no circumstances will locally assigned serial numbers be
Requests for new serial numbers will be submitted
developed or used.
to the AMCOM SNARR coordinator, by telephone at DSN 897-2900, or
commercial 256-313-2900, or
DSN 897-2075, commercial
Written correspondence should be addressed to
Commander, AMCOM, ATTN:
The E-mail address is
Huntsville, AL 35898-5000.