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1-143 ENGINEERING INFORMATION BULLETIN (EIB).—The Engineering Information Bulletin is published biweekly and distributed to all naval ships and electronics installation and maintenance activities. It is authoritative and is a means of rapid dissemination of advanced hull, mechanical, electronic, electrical, and related equipment information. It includes information concerning approved beneficial suggestions, electronics field changes, mechanical alterations (MECHALTS), installation techniques, maintenance notes and practices, and technical manual availabilities, advance change notices, and distribution. EQUIPMENT TECHNICAL MANUALS.—Technical manuals carry information essential to the proper operation, maintenance, and repair of specific equipment. These manuals may occasionally contain errors. In those cases, change notices are provided to correct the manuals. Updates because of equipment changes are also provided. These changes must be installed in the technical manuals to maintain accuracy and to prevent the loss of man-hours resulting from the use of obsolete data and/or schematics. The Guide for User Maintenance of NAVSEA Technical Manuals, NAVSEA S005-AA-GYD-030/TMMP, provides information on identifying, ordering, deficiency reporting, and updating technical manuals. NAVSUP PUBLICATION 2002.—NAVSUP 2002 is the Navy Stock List of Publication and Forms and provides NSNs for ordering Navy publications and their changes. Each edition is issued quarterly and supersedes the previous one in its entirety. It is produced in microfiche only and contains three sections: Section 1—Forms Section 2—Publications Section 3—NAVAIR Technical Directives DECKPLATE.—The deckplate is a technical periodical published monthly by NAVSEA. It contains information on design, construction, conversion, operation, maintenance, and repair of Navy vessels and their equipment. It also includes articles on personnel safety, service hints, and adopted beneficial suggestions. NAVAL SAFETY CENTER PUBLICATIONS.—The Naval Safety Center publishes bulletins and several periodicals to keep Navy personnel informed on the subject of accident prevention.   Ship Safety Bulletin —This monthly newsletter contains safety notes and accident data.   Fathom —This quarterly magazine contains a review of surface ship and submarine accident prevention and safety articles.   Approach —This magazine is a monthly review of articles concerning aviation safety and accident prevention.   MECH —MECH is a bimonthly review of aviation maintenance related mishaps, material/personnel hazards, and general aviation ground safety. TRAINING MANUALS (TRAMANS).—Training manuals are designed to give enlisted personnel background knowledge for the proper performance of their assigned jobs. Electrical and electronic theory and operation and maintenance information on pertinent equipment are presented at different rating levels in the TRAMANs written for the technical rates.


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