partial mission-capable, supply
Material condition of an aircraft or training device indicating it can perform at least one but not all of its missions because maintenance required to clear the discrepancy cannot continue due to a supply shortage. Also called PMCS. See also full mission-capable; mission-capable; partial mission-capable; partial mission-capable, maintenance.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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