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It is the only available way to correct an adverse effect on
the operational readiness of the unit, organization, or activity.
The action will immediately restore the unserviceable,
reparable item to a Full Mission Capable (FMC) condition.
All of the unserviceable reparable items involved are owned or
controlled by the unit, organization, or activity doing the action.
d . The maintenance effort needed to restore all of the
unserviceable reparable items involved to a FMC condition is within
the maintenance authority and capability of the unit, organization,
or activity doing the action.
The controlled exchange will not degrade any of the items
involved to an uneconomically reparable condition.
f. The aircraft or associated equipment, from which a serviceable
component is removed, must be classified Not Mission Capable Supply
(NMCS), Not Mission Capable Maintenance (NMCM), or Partially Mission
Capable (PMC) .
The following documentation is
required for completion of any controlled exchange or cannibalization
Open requisitions must be transferred to the donor aircraft or
associated equipment, when an aircraft or associated equipment has
open requisitions and the needed items were obtained using controlled
If the needed item was gained through cannibalization,
then the open requisitions must be canceled.
b. All repairs completed as a result of controlled exchange or
cannibalization must be documented per DA Pamphlet 738-751.
Components listed in TB l-1500-341-01 or the ULLS-A component
legitimate code files are regarded as managed or controlled items and
must have DA Forms 2410, 2408-16 and/or 2408-16-l submitted per DA
Removal and installation of items involved in controlled
exchange or cannibalization actions must be documented on DA Form
2408-13-l per DA Pamphlet 738-751.
Items involved in controlled exchange or cannibalization
actions must be properly tagged with DD Forms 1574, 1577-2 or 1577
per DA Pamphlet 738-751.
Controlled Exchange Approval. No controlled exchange action
will be started without prior approval of the Commander, or
designated representative of the organization doing the controlled