g. Provides technical supply support to include an ASL capable of
program, shipping and receiving, maintenance materiels, and storage of ORF
items when applicable.
h. Provides new equipment technology training required for company and
supported unit personnel and administers On-The-Job Training (OJT) programs.
i. Provides keypunch services, coordinates ADP support requirements,
and obtains service from theater computer centers.
a. The company is twenty percent mobile in organic vehicles.
one hundred percent mobile when mounted on authorized vehicles.
b. One hundred percent air transportable in US Air Force aircraft.
ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS
a. Organization. The major organizational elements of the CRSC are the
shown in figure 2-3.
b. Functions of Company Organizations.
(1) Company Headquarters. The company headquarters is made up of the
company commander and the immediate staff personnel for administrative
support of the company.
The company commander is responsible for all
administrative and technical operations and is assisted in technical
operations by the operations officer. Personnel are authorized to perform
organizational supply functions.
Personnel in this section represent
the company commander as Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC)
They inspect the area reference laboratory and ATSTs on a
continuing basis to determine if calibration and associated equipment are
properly utilized. They determine if technicians are adequately trained and
conform to approved technical publications and pertinent regulations. The
QA/QC WO and NCOs also make liaison visits to supported units to be sure
that all T1DE support is being done, and to provide instructions on the TMDE
They perform surveillance of calibration standards certified by
the ACL, and check user TMDE certified by teams on a random sampling basis.
The WO and NCOs also inspect secondary reference laboratories for
temperature, humidity, cleanliness,