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Table of Contents

   Page Number
   I. Introduction and Reference Data
   1. Purpose of the Supply Battle Book 5
   2. Logistics Related Web sites 6
   3. Logistics Publications 8
   II. Explanation of Codes
   1. MILSTRIP Record Positions 16
      -- Document Identifier Codes (DIC) 16
   3. Routing Identifier Code (RIC) 18
      -- Stock Number (NSN) Composition (NSNs, FPNs, and MCNs) 19
   5. Unit of Issue Code (UI) 20
   6. Department of Defense Activity Code (DODAAC) 22
   7. Demand Code (DC) 22
   8. Unit Identification Code (UIC) 22
   9. Signal Code (SC) 22
   10. Fund Code (FC) 22
   11. End Item Code (EIC) 23
   12. Project Code (PC) 23
   13. Priority Designator Codes and (UMMIPS) 23
   14. Advice Codes (AC) 23
   15. Line Item Number (LIN) 24
   16. Accounting Requirement Code (ARC) 24
   17. Acquisition Advice Code (AAC) 24
   18. Automatic Return Item Code (ARI) 26
   19. Condition Code (CC) 26
   20. Control Inventory Item Code (CIIC) 28
   21. Equipment Readiness Code (ERC) 30
   22. Equipment Category Code (ECC) 30
   23. Error Explanation Codes (SARSS1) 39
   23. Essentiality Code (EC) 30
   24. Level of Work Code (LWC) 31
   25. Maintenance Repair Code (MRC) 31
   26. Part Source Code (SRC) 32
   27. Recoverability Codes (RC) 32
   28. Reportable Item Control Code (RICC) 33
   29. SAMS Work Request Status Codes (RSC) 34
   30. Status/Rejection Codes 35
   31. Stockage List Code (SLC) 39
   32. Army Material Category (MATCAT) Structure Code 39
   33. Appropriation and Budget Activity Code (ABA) 40
   34. Federal Supply Groups (FSG) 41
   35. Federal Supply Classifications (FSC) 43
   36. Non-leap year Julian Date Calendar 51
   37. Leap year Julian Date Calendar 52
   III. Important Supply Forms
   1. DA Form 444 Inventory Adjustment Report
   2. DA Form 581 Request for Issue and Turn-in of Ammunition
   3. DA Form 1687 Notice of Delegation of Authority Receipt for Supplies
   4. DA Form 2062 Hand/Sub-hand Receipt and shortage Annex
   5. DA Form 2064 Document Register for Supply Actions
   6. DA Form 2404 Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet
   7. DA Form 2406 Materiel Condition Status Report
   8. DA Form 2715 Unit Status Report
   9. DA Form 2765-1 Request for Issue or Turn-in (can only be viewed if you have FormFlow22)
   10. DA Form 3161 Request for Issue or Turn-In (Also Temporary Hand-receipt/ Change Document)
   11. DA Form 3328 Manual Property Record Page
   12. DA Form 3645 Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment Record
   13. DA Form 3749 Equipment Receipt (Use for Issuing Weapons and Protective Masks)
   14. DA Form 4697 Report of Survey
   15. DA Form 4949 Administrative Adjustment Document (AAR)
   16. DD Form 250 Material Inspection and Receiving Report
   17. DD Form 362 Statement of Charges
   18. DD Form 1131 Cash Collection Voucher
   19. DD Form 1155 Order for Supplies or Services
   20. DD Form 1348-6 DOD Single Line Item Requisition System Document
   21. SF 364 Report of Discrepancy (ROD)
   SECTION I. Introduction and Reference Material

The Purpose of this Supply Training Handbook

   Introduction: This Supply Training Handbook will introduce and describe the most important codes applicable to Army units and Supply Support Activities. It will also depict some of the most basic forms associated with Army supply. It is meant to assist Army supply personnel, both military and civilians, at the Corps level and below. Questions, comments, or recommendations to improve this Supply Training Handbook should be sent to the Commander, U.S. Army Quartermaster Center and School (LTD), 1831 A Avenue, Fort Lee, VA. 23801-1621.
   Coded data and the Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP): A great deal of supply information is described in coded form. Many of these codes were introduced along with MILSTRIP decades ago and were designed to work in conjunction with an 80-column punch card. While punch cards are no longer used, the limit of a total of 80 different record positions (rp's) remains. In other words, supply files transmitted via electronic means can occupy no more than 80 spaces. Each of the 80 record positions can either be filled by a letter, a number, or left blank. This method of coding data is the basis of the Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) and the Military Standard Transaction Reporting and Accounting Procedures (MILSTRAP). MILSTRIP is the method that Army units and Supply Support Activities use to requisition and receive feedback pertaining to supplies from the supply chain. MILSTRIP is comprised of coded data such as the Document Identifier Code, document number, Unit of Issue, Routing Identifier Code etc. Since many supply related transactions are conducted electronically without any human intervention, users of MILSTRIP must pay close attention to the different meanings of the coded data to ensure that they obtain the supplies or information about the supplies that they seek. In many instances, if one character is incorrect on a supply transaction file, the entire file is rejected by the supply chain's computer software systems.
   A description of each of these record positions is shown later in this manual along with an explanation of the various Document Identifier Codes (DIC). The DIC always occupies the first 3 record positions of a MILSTRIP document and influences the type of data that will be contained in many of the other record positions.
   Director, Logistics Training Dept.

Logistics Websites

(As of 27 Jun 01)

   Note: Websites frequently change URL location or are deleted for various reasons.
   Acronym Finder http://www.acronynfinder.com
   PERSCOM Online http://www.perscom.army.mil/
   Defense Link http://www.defenselink.mil/
   Jane's Information Group http://www.janes.com/
   National Defense Industrial Assn. http://www.adpa.org/
   Society of Logistics Engineers http://www.sole.org/
   Army Materiel Command (AMC) http://www.amc.army.mil/
   AMCOM -Redstone Arsenal http://www.redstone.army.mil/
   Association of the US Army (AUSA) http://www.ausa.org/
   Army Center for Military History http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/
   Army Training Support Ctr http://www.atsc.army.mil/
   CECOM http://www.monmouth.army.mil
   Defense Technical information Ctr http://www.dtic.mil/
   DoD Addresses http://www.defenselink.mil/faq/pis
   HQDA WEB http://www.hqda.army.mil/
   Installation & Services Activity http://www.ria.army.mil
   TRADOC http://www.tradoc.army.mil/
   U.S. Army http://www.army.mil/
   U.S. Army Links http://thearmylink.iwarp.com/
   Army Doctrine & Training Digital Library http://www.adtdl.army.mil/atdls.htm
   Army Logistician http://www.almc.army.mil/alog/index.asp
   ODCSLOG http://www.hqda.army.mil/logweb/sitemap/sitemap.htm
   Army Times http://www.armytimes.com/
   Defense News http://www.defensenews.com
   Electronic Publications & Forms http://www.usapa.army.mil
   GSA Homepage http://www.gsa.gov/
   Logistics Support http://www.logsupport.com/
   Army Logistics Mgmt College http://www.almc.army.mil/
   U.S. Army Force Mgmt School (USAFMSA) http://www.afms1.belvoir.army.mil/
   Army Training Rqmts and Resources System http://www.atrrs.army.mil/
   Defense Automated Visual Information System http://dodimagery.afis.osd.mil/
   The Army Portal https://www.us.army.mil
   Joint Vision 2020 http://www.dtic.mil/jv2020/
   The Army Vision http://www.army.mil/armyvision/default.htm
   TRADOC Pamphlets http://www-tradoc.monroe.army.mil/tpubs/pamndx.htm
   TO&E Index http://www.usafmsardd.army.mil
   Enlisted Evaluation and Records Center (EREC) http://www.hrc.army.mil/
   Fort Lee Home Page http://www.lee.army.mil
   Petroleum & Water http://www.quartermaster.army.mil/pwd/downloads.html
   Aerial Delivery & Field Services http://www.quartermaster.army.mil/adfsd
   Mortuary Affairs http://www.quartermaster.army.mil/mac
   U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command http://www.cascom.army.mil
   Quartermaster Museum http://www.qmmuseum.lee.army.mil/history/vignettes/
   QM Officer Branch, PERSCOM http://www.hrc.army.mil
   QM Enlisted Branch, PERSCOM http://www.hrc.army.mil
   Defense Logistics Agency http://www.dla.mil
   Defense Logistics Support Command http://www.supply.dla.mil
   Defense Logistics Information Service http://www.dlis.dla.mil
   Army Knowledge On Line http://www.us.army.mil
   Center for Army Lessons Learned http://call.army.mil
   Defense Energy Support Center (DESC) http://www.desc.dla.mil
   Defense Supply Center, Philadelphia (DSCP) http://www.dscp.dla.mil
   Defense Supply Center, Richmond (DSCR) http://www.dscr.dla.mil
   Defense Supply Center, Columbus (DSCC) http://www.dscc.dla.mil
   Defense Reutilization & Marketing (DRMS) http://www.drms.dla.mil
   Defense Distribution Center (DDC) http://www.ddc.dla.mil
   Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics http://www.hqda.army.mil/logweb
   Logistics Integration Agency (LIA) http://www.lia.army.mil
   AAFES Online http://www.aafes.com

Quartermaster-Related Publications

(Last updated on 27 Jun 01)

   ADSM-18-L1Y-AJQ-ZZZ-EM Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS2) 1-Apr-96
   ADSM-18-L1Y-AST-ZZZ-EM Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS1) 1-Apr-96
   AISM-25-L3Q-AWC-ZZZ-CG Commanders Guide (ULLS-G) 15-Jun-96
   AM-25-ALV-ZZZ-EM Standard Property Book System-Redesign (SPBS-R) 1-Jun-95
   AR 10-25 U.S. Army Logistics Evaluation Agency 16-Dec-91
   AR 30-1 The Army Food Service Program 15-Aug-89
   AR 30-5 Food Cost and Feeding Strength Summary 21-Jul-89
   AR 30-7 Operational Rations (DLAR 4145.36)
   AR 30-18 Army Troop Issue Subsistence Activity Operating Policies 4-Jan-93
   AR 30-21 The Army Field Feeding System 23-Oct-90
   AR 30-XX The Army Food Service Program 1-Sep-98
   AR 220-1 Unit Status Reporting 1-Sep-97
   AR 310-25 Dictionary of United States Army Acronyms 15-Oct-83
   AR 310-49 The Army Authorization document System (TAADS)
   AR 600-38 Meal Card Management System 11-Mar-88
   AR 600-8-1 Army Casualty Memorial Affairs and LOD Investigations 20-Oct-94
   AR 638-2 Care and Disposition of Remains 9-Feb-96
   AR 638-30 Graves Registration Organization and Functions in
   Support of Major Military Operations 14-Oct-85
   AR 670-1 Wear and Appearance of Army Uniforms and Insignia 1-May-97
   AR 700-4 Logistics Assistance 30-Jun-95
   AR 700-8 Logistics Planning Factors and Data Management 27-May-00
   AR 700-15 Packaging of Material 31-Mar-98
   AR 700-45 Annual Supply and Transportation to Arctic
   and Adjacent Areas 20-Feb-87
   AR 700-68 Storage and Handling of Compressed Gases and
   Gas Liquids in cylinders and of Cylinders
   AR 700-82 "Joint Regulation Governing the Use and Application
   of Uniform Source, Maintenance and Recoverability Codes" 20-Nov-99
   AR 700-84 Issue and Sale of Personal Clothing 28-Feb-94
   AR 700-93 PROCESS and Shipping DOD-Sponsored Retrograde
   Materiel Destined for the U.S. and its Possessions 15-May-80
   AR 700-127 Integrated Logistics Support 10-Nov-99
   AR 700-129 Management and Execution of Integrated Logistics
   Support for Multi-Service Acquisitions 23-Sep-88
   AR 700-132 Joint Oil Analysis Program (JOAP) 5-Dec-90
   AR 700-135 Mobile Field Laundry and Bath Operations
   AR 700-136 Tactical Land Based Water Resources Management in
   Contingency Operations 1-Apr-93
   AR 700-137 Logistics Civil Augmentation program (LOGCAP) 16-Dec-85
   AR 700-138 Army Logistics Readiness 16-Oct-97
   AR 700-139 Army Warranty Program Concepts and Policies 10-Mar-86
   AR 700-141 Hazardous Material Information System (HMIS) 1-Jul-97
   AR 700-142 "Materiel Release, Fielding and Transfer" 1-May-95
   AR 700-143 Performance Oriented Packaging of Hazardous Material 23-Jul-96
   AR 702-7-1 Reporting of Product Quality Deficiencies within
   the U.S. Army 15-Aug-80
   AR 702-18 Materiel Quality Control Storage Standards 24-Feb-93
   AR 708-1 Cataloging and Supplies and Equipment 20-Jul-94
   AR 708-4 Federal Catalog System: Item Identification
   Quality Assurance 25-Aug-83
   AR 710-2 Supply Policy Below the Wholesale Level 31-Oct-97
   AR 710-2-2 Supply Support Activity System Manual Procedures
   AR 710-3 Asset and Transaction Reporting System 31-Mar-98
   AR 715-9 Army Contractors on the Battlefield 29-Oct-99
   AR 715-27 Petroleum Contract Quality Assurance Manual 10-Feb-88
   AR 725-1 "Special Authorization and Procedures for Issues,
   Sales and Loans" 20-Mar-86
   AR 725-50 "Requisitioning, Receipt and Issue" 15-Nov-95
   AR 735-11-2 Reporting of Item and Packaging Discrepancies 6-Dec-91
   AR 735-5 Policies and Procedures for Property Accountability 31-Jan-98
   AR 740-1 Storage and Supply Activity Operations 18-Aug-76
   AR 740-3 Care of Supplies in Storage (COSIS) 26-Feb-93
   AR 740-7 "Safeguarding of DLA Sensitive Inventory Item,
   Controlled Substances and Pilferable Items of Supply" 4-Nov-85
   AR 740-15 Storage of Military Service-Owned Retail Stocks in the
   DLA Materiel Distribution System 11-Dec-81
   AR 740-26 Physical Inventory Control 1-Jul-80
   AR 746-1 Packaging of Army Materiel for Shipment and Storage
   AR 750-32 "Airdrop, Parachute Recovery and Aircraft Personnel
   Escape Systems" 26-Sep-97
   AR 750-37 "Airdrop, Parachute Recovery and Aircraft Personnel
   Escape Plan" 26-Feb-97
   AR 750-43 "Army Test, Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment
   Program" 28-Nov-97
   AR 750-59 Army Corrosion Prevention and Control Program 25-Aug-88
   DA PAM 351-20 Army Correspondence Course Program Catalog 1-Apr-95
   DA PAM 351-4 U.S. Army Formal Schools Catalog 31-Oct-95
   DA PAM 385-1 Small Unit Safety Officer/NCO Guide 22-Sep-93
   DA PAM 600-8-1 SIDPERS 1-Mar-89
   DA PAM 600-8-20 SIDPERS Handbook 1-Apr-86
   DA PAM 623-105 "OER System ""In Brief" 1-Oct-97
   DA PAM 700-30 Logistics Control Activity (LCA) Information
   and Procedures 17-Jul-90
   DA PAM 700-31 "Commander's Handbook, Peace Operations
   (A Logistics Perspective)" 1-Jul-94
   DA PAM 700-55 Instructions for Preparing the Integrated Logistics
   Support Plan 28-Sep-89
   DA PAM 700-60 "Department of the Army Sets, Kits, Outfits, Tools and
   Special Tools (SKOT)" 1-Oct-98
   DA PAM 700-127 Integrated Logistic Support (ILS) Manager's Guide 1-Feb-89
   DA PAM 700-142 "Instructions for Materiel Release, Fielding and Transfer" 15-Jan-98
   DA PAM 700-XY Automatic Identification Technology (AIT) Guide
   DA PAM 708-1 Cataloging of Supplies and Equipment and
   DA Form 1988-R Management 30-Aug-94
   DA PAM 708-2 Cataloging and Supply Management Data Procedures
   for the Army Central Logistics Data Bank (ACLDB) 30-Aug-94
   DA PAM 708-4 Army Master Data File Retrieval Micrform System (ARMS)
   DA PAM 710-2-1 Using Unit Supply System Manual Procedures 31-Dec-97
   DA PAM 710-2-2 Supply Support Activity System Manual Procedures 30-Sep-98
   DA PAM 715-16 Contractor Deployment Guide 27-Feb-98
   DA PAM 735-5 Survey Officer's Guide 1-Mar-97
   DA PAM 738-750 The Army Maintenance Management System
   (TAMMS/ETM)(Update3-14) 1-Aug-94
   DA PAM 738-751 Functional User's Manual for the Army Maintenance
   Management System-Aviation (TAMMS-A) 15-Mar-99
   DA PAM 750-1 Lead 9 JAN 01's Unit Maintenance Handbook (Update 3-14) 15-Feb-94
   DA PAM 750-13 Maintenance of Supplies and Equipment - Operating
   Guide for TDA Support Maintenance Activities 23-Mar-70
   DA PAM 750-35 Guide for Motor Pool Operations 1-Aug-94
   DA PAM 750-43 Army Test Program Set Procedures 28-Feb-92
   ARTEP 63-146-30-MTP "Supply Company, Main Support Battalion/Forward
   Support Battalion" 31-May-96
   ARTEP 42-447-30 MTP "Mission Training Plan for the Quartermaster Supply
   Company, Corps, and Support Battalion" 31-Dec-81
   FM 3-9 Potential Military chemical/Biological Agents
   and Compounds 12-Dec-90
   FM 8-10-3 Division Medical Operations Center 12-Nov-96
   FM 8-10-4 Medical Platoon Leaders' Handbook 16-Nov-90
   FM 8-10-6 Medical Evacuation. In a Theater of Operation 31-Oct-91
   FM 8-55 Planning for Health Service Support 9-Sep-94
   FM 9-6 Munitions in a TOPNS 1-Feb-97
   FM 9-43-1 Maintenance Operations 1-Apr-92
   FM 9-43-2 Recovery & Battlefield Damage Assessment & Repair Oct 95
   FM 10-1 Quartermaster Principles 14-Jun-93
   FM 10-14-1 Commander's Handbook For Proper Accountability
   at the Unit Level 22-Sep-80
   FM 10-14-2 Guide for the BN S4 30-Dec-81
   FM 10-15 Basic Doctrine Manual for Support Storage 12-Dec-90
   FM 10-16 General Fabric Repair 1-Jun-99
   FM 10-18 Petroleum Terminal And Pipeline Operations 19-Jun-87
   FM 10-23 Basic Doctrine for Army Field Feeding and Class I Ops Mgt 13-Jun-84
   FM 10-23-2 "Tactics, Techniques and Procedures for QM Field
   Services Company, Direct Support" 18-Apr-96
   FM 10-27 General Supply in a Theater of Operations 30-Sep-93
   FM 10-27-3 Tactics & Techniques & Procedures for QM HQ Operations 1-Oct-90
   FM 10-27-4 Organizational Support for Unit Leaders 27-Dec-88
   FM 10-52 Water Supply in the Theater of Operations 2-Nov-84
   FM 10-52-1 Water Supply Point Eqmt and Operations 2-Apr-98
   FM 10-63 Handling of Deceased Personnel in the
   Theater of Operations 2-Apr-97
   FM 10-63-1 Graves Registration HB 1-Jul-86
   FM 10-64 Mortuary Affairs Operation 25-Apr-86
   FM 10-67 Petroleum Supply in Theaters of Operations 18-Feb-83
   FM 10-67-1 Concepts & Equipment of Petroleum Operations 1-Oct-85
   FM 10-67-2 Petroleum Laboratory Testing and Operations 1-Apr-98
   FM 10-70 Inspecting And Testing Petroleum Products 10-Feb-86
   FM 10-71 Petroleum Tank Vehicle Operations 12-Dec-90
   FM 10-280 "Mobile Field Laundry, Clothing Exchange,
   and bath options" 2-Dec-83
   FM 10-286 Identification of Deceased Personnel 1-Jun-86
   FM 10-400 Quartermaster Airdrop Support Units Oct 90
   FM 10-450-4 Multiservice Helicopter Sling load Single point load 11-Feb-91
   FM 10-450-5 Multiservice Helicopter Sling load Dual point load 12-Feb-91
   FM 19-30 Physical Security 1-Apr-97
   FM 21-20 Physical Fitness 1-Mar-79
   FM 21-26 Map Reading and Land Nav 30-Sep-92
   FM 22-5 Drill and Ceremonies 1 Jun 99***
   FM 22-100 Army Leadership 19-Jun-61
   FM 25-100 Training the Force 8-Dec-86
   FM 25-101 Battle Focused Training 15-Nov-88
   FM 26-10-1 Unit Field Sanitation 1-Oct-89
   FM 27-1 Legal Guide for Commanders 1-Jan-92
   FM 38-700 Packaging of Material Preservation 1-Dec-99
   FM 42-414 "Tactics, Techniques and Procedures for Quartermaster
   Services Company, Direct Support" 17-Nov-93
   FM 43-5 Unit Maintenance Operations 28-Sep-88
   FM 54-30 Corps Support Groups 17-Jun-93
   FM 54-82 Military petroleum Tank Vehicles Operations 3-Apr-91
   FM 55-9 Air Movement Planning 5-Apr-93
   FM 55-10 Movement Control in a Theater of Operations 26-Aug-94
   FM 55-12 Movement of Units in AF 10-Nov-89
   FM 55-15 Transportation Reference Data 9-Feb-99
   FM 55-20 Army Rail Transport Units Tops 31-Oct-86
   FM 55-30 Army Motor Transport Units and Operations 27-Oct-97
   FM 55-60 Army Terminal Operations 15-Apr-96
   FM 55-65 Strategic Deployment 27-Jun-97
   FM 55-312 Military Convoy Operations 3-Apr-91
   FM 63-1 "Support Battalions and Squadrons, separate brigades-
   Coordinating Instructions" 14-Jun-91
   FM 63-2 Division Support Command 5-Apr-93
   FM 63-2-1 Division Support Command 16-Nov-92
   FM 63-3 Corps Support Command 7-Aug-90
   FM 63-3J Combat Service Support- Corps 12-Aug-85
   FM 63-4 Combat Service Support Theater Area Army Command 24-Sep-84
   FM 63-6 Combat Service Support In Low Integrity Conflict 21-Jan-92
   FM 63-11 Logistics Support element 8-Oct-96
   FM 63-20 Forward Support Battalion 20-May-91
   FM 63-21 Main Support Battalion 26-Feb-90
   FM 63-23 Aviation Support Command 6-Jun-96
   FM 71-1 Tank and Mechanized infantry Company and team 22-Nov-88
   FM 71-100 Division Operations 28-Aug-96
   FM 71-123 "Tactics, Techniques, for Combined Arms Heavy Forces" 30-Sep-92
   FM 100-5 Operations 1-Jun-93
   FM 100-10 Combat Service Support 18-Feb-88
   FM 100-10-1 Theater Distribution 1-Oct-99
   FM 100-14 Risk Management 1-Apr-98
   FM 100-17-3 RSOI 1-Apr-98
   FM 100-19 Domestic Support Operations 1-Jul-93
   FM 100-20 Stability Operations and Support Operations* 16-Jan-81
   FM 100-23 Peace Operations 1-Dec-94
   FM 101-5 Staff Organization and Operations 18-Jun-91
   FM 101-5-1 Operational Terms and Symbols 3-May-97
   FM 101-10-1/1 Staff Officers Field Manual 11-Aug-94
   FM 101-10-1/2 "Organizational TEC, LOG Data (VOL 1&2)" 11-Jul-90
   FM 700-80 Logistics 1-Aug-85
   FM 701-58 Planning Logistics Support For Military Operations 1-May-87
   CTA 50-900 Clothing and Individual Equipment 1-Sep-94
   CTA 50-909 Field Garrison Furnishings and Equipment Sep 95
   CTA 50-970 Expendable Durable Items Jun 95
   STP 21-1-SMCT Soldier Manual of Common Tasks 1-Oct-94
   ALM 69-6932-HB-P Support Operations Handbook 1-Apr-98
   Student Text 101-6 CGSC G1/G4 Battle Book 1-Jun-95
   Handbook Platoon Leaders Handbook NO DATE
   TB 55-46-1 Std Characteristics for Transportability of Military
   Vehicles & Other Outsize/Overweight Equipment Jan 98
   TC 20-32-4 Foreign Mine Handbook Aug 97
   TC 25-30 A Leader's Guide to Company Training Meetings 27-Apr-94
   TM 5-343 Military Petroleum Pipeline System 1-Feb-69
   TM 38-410 Storage and Handling of Hazardous Materials
   FM 71-123 "Tactics, Techniques, for Combined Arms Heavy Forces" 30-Sep-92
   FM 10-67-1 Concepts & Equipment of Petroleum Operations 1-Oct-85
   FM 4-30.3 Maintenance Operations and Procedures 21-Feb-97
   AR 700-137 Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) 16-Dec-85
   SECTION II. Coded Data
   MILSTRIP RECORD POSITIONS (rp). Each MILSTRTIP transaction contains coded data that is captured within a maximum of 80 record positions, or spaces. Each of the record positions can either contain a letter, a digit, or the record position can be left blank. The first 3 record positions represent the Document Identifier Code (DIC); it determines the type of information that will be contained in the other 77 record positions. The information shown below represents the standard information listed on a DA Form 2765-1, a Request for Issue or Turn-in Document. It serves only as a guideline. Depending upon the DIC, the information contained in the record positions may be different than the accompanying description shows below.
   Record Position Description
   1-3 Document Identifier Code
   4-6 Routing Identifier Code
   7 Media and Status Code
   8-20 Item Identification (This can be the National Stock Number, the Management Control
   Number or the Part Number)
   21-22 Additional Information about the Item Identification
   23-24 Unit of Issue
   25-29 Quantity
   30-43 Document Number (DODAAC is 30-35, Julian Date is 36-39, Serial Number is 40-43)
   44 Demand Code or Suffix Code
   45-50 Supplementary Address (Actually the DODAAC of where the item will be sent)
   51 Signal Code
   52-53 Fund Code
   54-56 Distribution Code
   57-59 Project Code
   60-61 Priority Designator
   62-64 Required Delivery Date
   65-66 Advice Code, Status Code, or Reject Code
   67-69 Routing Identifier Code of the last known source of supply
   70-73 Transaction Data or Estimated Delivery Date
   74-80 Unit price of the item (74-78 is the dollar amount, 79-80 are the cents)
   DOCUMENT IDENTIFIER CODES. (Source Appendix C, AR 725-50.) The DIC identifies a given product (i.e. requisition, passing action, status document, receipt, and adjustment) to the system to which it pertains. It also identifies data as to its intended purpose and usage. This code enables people to recognize the data and perform the operation dictated. When used with electronic computers, it enables the equipment to select the proper programs and mechanically assimilate and react to that data. . .The DIC is a mandatory entry on all documents and related products entering the supply distributions system under this regulation. [AR 725-50]. Further, each product needed to perform various inventory functions will be identified by the proper code."
   (Source QMC&S, LTD) The DIC is a three digit alphanumeric code that is normally the first entry on all supply transactions. It identifies the type of transaction that is about to be or has already been entered in the Military Standard Requisitioning Procedures (MILSTRIP). The DIC must be known so that all of the other coded data on the MILSTRIP file can subsequently be determined. There are hundreds of different types of Document Identifier Codes identified in AR 725-50. Some of the most useful ones for units and SSA's are shown as follows.
   A01 Requisition For overseas shipment with NSN
   A02 Requisition For overseas shipment with part number
   A05 Requisition For overseas shipment with exception data
   A0A Requisition For domestic shipment with NSN
   A0B Requisition For domestic shipment with part number
   AOE Requisition For domestic shipment with exception data
   A51 Materiel Release Order For overseas shipment with NSN
   A52 Materiel Release Order For overseas shipment with part number
   A5A Materiel Release Order For domestic shipment with NSN
   A5B Materiel Release Order For domestic shipment with part number
   A5E Materiel Release Order For domestic shipment with exception data
   A61 Materiel release denial For overseas shipment with NSN
   A62 Materiel release denial For overseas shipment with part number
   A65 Materiel release denial For overseas shipment with exception data
   A6A Materiel release denial For domestic shipment with NSN
   A6B Materiel release denial For domestic shipment with part number
   A6E Materiel release denial For domestic shipment with exception data
   AC1 Cancellation By requisitioner
   AC2 Cancellation By supplementary addressee
   AC3 Cancellation By cc 54
   AE1 Supply status To requisitioner
   AE2 Supply status To supplementary addressee
   AE3 Supply status To cc 54
   AF1 Follow-up By requisitioner
   AF2 Follow-up By supplementary addressee
   AF3 Follow-up By cc 54
   AK1 Follow-up on By requisitioner
   Cancellation request
   AK2 Follow-up on By supplementary addressee
   Cancellation request
   AK3 Follow-up on By cc 54
   Cancellation request
   AM1 Document modifier For overseas shipment with NSN
   AM2 Document modifier For overseas shipment with part number
   AM5 Document modifier For overseas shipment with exception data
   AMA Document modifier For domestic shipment with NSN
   AMB Document modifier For domestic shipment with part number
   AME Document modifier For domestic shipment with exception data
   AS1 Shipment status To requisitioner
   AS2 Shipment status To supplementary addressee
   AS3 Shipment status To cc 54
   AT1 Follow-up For overseas shipment with NSN
   AT2 Follow-up For overseas shipment with part number
   AT5 Follow-up For overseas shipment with exception data
   ATA Follow-up For domestic shipment with NSN
   ATB Follow-up For domestic shipment with part number
   AU1 Reply to To supplementary addressee
   Cancellation request
   AU2 Reply to To supplementary addressee
   Cancellation request
   AU3 Reply to To cc 54
   Cancellation request
   D6S Materiel receipt From requisitioner to DAAS acknowledging
   that materiel has been received and
   recorded on the inventory records or that
   materiel has been received for issues that are
   not posted to the inventory record.
   D6Z Materiel receipt Serviceable or unserviceable turn-ins
   other than procurement instrument source.
   DHA Demand transaction Used to establish or cancel demand
   DJA Physical inventory Physical inventory request to a request
   storage facility.
   DJB Physical inventory From storage activity manager's notification advising cutoff date of physical inventory
   DKA Physical inventory count Physical inventory count because of an
   FTA Automatic return notification Customer notification to a supply source of
   an automatic return
   Routing Identifier Codes (RICs) are assigned by services/agencies for processing inter-service/agency and intra-service/agency logistics transactions. The codes serve multiple purposes in that they are source of supply codes, intersystem routing codes, intrasystem routing codes and consignor (shipper) codes. Each service and agency will assign RIC's to its facilities and activities. RIC's consist of 3 digits. The first digit must be a letter; the second and third digits can be a letter or a number. This is an abridged listing of common RICs; for complete listing see DOD 4000.25-1-S1 or access the Internet site at http://www.daas.dla.mil/daashome/daasc_milstrip.htm.
   SGA Defense Automatic Addressing System Center, Area C, Bldg. 207, 5250 Pearson Rd., WPAFB, OH 45433-5328
   SHA Defense Automatic Addressing System Center, Tracy Location, Stockton, CA 95296-0940
   S9C Defense Supply Center, Columbus, P.O. Box 3990, Columbus, OH 43216-5000 (includes S9E electronics)
   S9D Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service, Federal Center, 74 Washington Ave. N., Battle Creek, MI 49017-3092
   S9F Defense Energy Support Center, 8725 John J. Kingman Rd., St. 2941, Fort Belvoir, VA
   S9G/ Defense Supply Center, Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
   S9R Defense Supply Center, Richmond, Metalworking Machinery Division, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
   S9I Defense Supply Center, Philadelphia, Directorate of General and Industrial, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5096
   S9L Defense Logistics Information Service, Federal Center, 74 Washington Ave. N, Battle Creek, MI 49017-3084
   S9M Defense Supply Center, Philadelphia, Directorate of Medical Materiel, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111
   S9P Defense Supply Center, Philadelphia, Directorate of Subsistence, Perishable Subsistence, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111
   S9S Defense Supply Center, Philadelphia, Directorate of Subsistence, Semi-perishable Subsistence, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111
   S9T Defense Supply Center, Philadelphia, Directorate of Clothing and Textiles, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111


   AKZ USA Tank Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM), Warren, MI 48397-5000
   A12 USA Soldiers Systems Command, Kansas St., Bldg. 3, Natick, MA 01760-5000
   B14 USA Armament and Chemical Acquisition and Logistics Activity (ACALA); Industrial Operations Center (IOC), Rock Island, IL 61299-6000
   B16/B46 USA Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM), Director of Materiel
   Management, Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703-5006
   B17 USA Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM), Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5239 (Aviation)
   B64 USA Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM), Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5239 (Missile)
   B69 USA Medical Materiel Agency (USAMMA), Frederick, MD 21701-5001


   N32 Naval Inventory Control Point, 700 Robbins Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19111-5098 (Aviation)
   N35 Naval Inventory Control Point, 5450 Carlisle Pike, P.O. 2020, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-0788 (Surface/Sub-surface)


   FGZ Ogden Air Logistics Center, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT 84056-5713
   FHZ Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center, Tinker AFB, OK 73145-3055
   FLZ Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA 31098-1640


   MPB ILS Directorate, Code 820, Marine Corps Logistics Base, Albany, GA 31704-5000


   ZIC/ZIB U.S. Coast Guard Engineering and Logistics Center (ELC), Ships Inventory Control Point (SICP), 2401 Hawkins Point Road, Baltimore, MD 21228-1792
   ZNC U.S. Coast Guard Engineering and Logistics Center, Electronics/General Inventory Control Point (E/GICP), 2401 Hawkins Point Road, Baltimore, MD 21228-1792
   ZQC U.S. Coast Guard Aircraft Repair and Supply Center (ARSC), Aircraft Inventory Control Point (AICP) Elizabeth City, NC 27909-5001
   U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters Logistics Directorate,
   2100 second street, SW - Room 6216, Washington, DC 20593
   U.S. Coast Guard Aircraft Finance & Procurement Directorate, Asset Management Division, Room 2607, 2100 Second Street, SW, Washington, DC 20593


   GSA 9Q General Services Administration, FSS, Washington, DC 20406 (Do not use for MILSTRIP Mail or TWX)
   STOCK NUMBERS: There are three different types of stock numbers: The National Stock Number, the Federal Part Number (FPN) which is also called the Manufacturers Part Number (MPN), and the Management Control Number (MCN). Each is described below.
   NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER. (Source: DA Pam 710-2-2) The NSN is a two-part, 13-position number given to each item of supply that is listed in the Federal Catalog System (FCS). Each NSN is unique and represents only one item of supply. The NSN is the main item identification number; it must be used when it is known. The Federal supply classification is the first part of the NSN. It has two parts. The first part, the Federal Supply Group (FSG), is a two-digit number assigned under a system that divides all items of supply into large commodity groups. FSG 51 represents hand tools. The second part, the Federal Supply Classification (FSC) is a two-digit number assigned under a system that divides each FSG into smaller classes. FSC 80 represents sets kits, and outfits. FSC 5180 therefore is sets, kits, and outfits of hand tools. A complete list of the groups and their related classes is in Supply Bulletin (SB) 708-21. The national item identification number (NIIN) is the second part of the NSN. It has two parts. The first part, the National Codification Bureau (NCB) code, is a two-digit number assigned to each country using the NIIN System. NCB code 00 represents the United States. (NCB codes 00 and 01 are assigned to the United States). The second part, the item number, is a seven-digit number serially assigned to each supply item having an approved Federal item identification. The NIIN 00-177-7033 represents the tool kit mechanics: lightweight.
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   FEDERAL PART NUMBER (FPN) is a two part, six or more-position code used when the NSN is not known. Commonly referred to as the Manufacturer's Part Number, it is composed of two parts: The Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) which is assigned to manufacturers, design controllers, and special non-manufacturing organizations. The second part is the reference number. The reference number consists of alpha, numeric, and special characters (or any combination thereof) and identifies an individual item. For example, the FPN (MCN) for an electric starter for a Chevrolet Commercial Van would be as follows: 235467 12V-AC/99. The 235467 is the CAGE for the Delco-Remy Automotive Company; the 12V-AC/99 is the reference number for the electric starter.
   MANAGEMENT CONTROL NUMBER (MCN) is a two part, 13- position number assigned to a local item of supply to allow automated accounting and document processing. An MCM will normally not be assigned to item of supply if an NSN or FPN is assigned to the item. Requests for MCN items will not be sent outside of the local command. The MCN consists of two parts; the supply classification is the first part. The second part consists of an NCB code, the controlling command code (1digit alphabetic code - identifies the command assigning the MCN), and the item number (a six digit serial number assigned by the local command manager to the specific item). For example, a Sears 22 horse power, 5 speed lawn mower has a MCN of 2420-01-T22-0159 where 2420 is the Federal Supply Classification, the 01 is the NCB code, the "T" represents TRADOC-the Command which assigned the MCN, and the 22-0159 represents the item number.
   NOTE: Any stock number that exceeds 15 positions cannot be processed using automated systems and must be requested off-line through the appropriate source of supply.
   UNIT OF ISSUE CODE. (DLA Customer Assistance Hand Book, 12th edition). This is a two-letter designation that indicates the count, measurement, container or form of end item of supply. It is the minimum quantity of the item that may be ordered. Like the National Stock Number (NSN), the U/I must be used on all MISTRIP and FEDSTRIP requisitions.
   AM Ampoule
   AT Assortment
   AY Assembly
   BA Ball
   BD Bundle
   BE Bale
   BF Board Foot
   BG Bag
   BK Book
   BL Barrel
   BO Bolt
   BR Bar
   BT Bottle
   BX Box
   CA Cartridge
   CB Carboy
   CD Cubic Yard
   CE Cone
   CF Cubit Foot Cubit Feet
   CK Cake
   CL Coil
   CN Can
   CO Container
   CY Cylinder
   CZ Cubit Meter
   DR Drum
   DZ Dozen
   EA Each
   FT Foot
   FV Five
   FY Fifty
   GL Gallon
   GP Group
   GR Gross
   HK Hank
   HD Hundred
   IN Inch
   JR Jar
   KT Kit
   LB Pound
   LG Length
   LI Liter
   MC Thousand
   ME Metal
   MR Meter
   MX Thousand
   OT Outfit
   OZ Ounce
   PD Pad
   PG Package
   PM Plate
   PR Pair
   PT Pint
   PZ Packet
   QT Quart
   RA Ration
   RM Ream
   RL Reel
   RO Roll
   SD Skid
   SE Set
   SF Square Foot
   SH Sheet
   SK Shein
   SL Spool
   SO Shot
   SP Strip
   SX Stick
   SY Square Yard
   TD Twenty-four
   TE Ten
   TF Twenty-five
   TN Ton
   TO Troy Ounce
   TS Thirty-six
   TU Tube
   VI Vail
   YD Yard
   DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ACTIVITY CODE (DODAAC). (Source: AR 725-50) The purpose of a DODAAC is to provide the DOD logistics community and activities they support with a coded address for use in automated systems involving requisitioning, receipt, storage, issue, shipment, maintenance, and billing of materiel. The Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA) manages and issues DODAACs". Definition: Department of Defense Activity Address Code (DODAAC) description. The DODAAC is a distinctive six-position alphanumeric address code. The DODAAC identifies a specific unit, activity, organization, non-DOD government element, or a private contractor authorized by DOD to requisition, receive supplies, or receive billing, and is used primarily on MISTRIP and related documents. The first position designates the military service or other Government element of ownership or sponsorship. ("W" indicates the Dept of the Army) The remaining five positions are assigned by the Army Central Service Point (ACSP). The alpha character O and I are never used in the assignment of DODAACs. The DODAAC also makes up a document number. Document numbers consist of the DODAAC, the Julian date and serial number.
   DEMAND CODE (DC). (Source: SPBS-R, ASI Manual 25-L18-ALV-ZZZ-EM, 1 August 1996) This code indicates to the Supply Distribution System whether the demand is recurring or nonrecurring.
   Code Code Definition
   I Inactivated item demand.
   N Nonrecurring demand.
   O (the letter) No demand.
   P Nonrecurring demand for special program requirement.
   R Recurring demand
   UNIT IDENTIFICATION CODE (UIC). (Source: SPBS-R AIS Manual, 25-L18-ALV-ZZZ-EM). A six position, alphanumeric code that uniquely identifies an organization. It is comprised of three data elements: "Service Designator," "Parent Organization Designator," and "Unit Designator Code," in that order. A first position of "W" indicates that this UIC is an Army unit.
   For example, the breakdown of a UIC of WABC01 would be as follows:
   Position Example Description
   1 WABC01 Service Designator. "W" indicates an Army unit.
   2-4 WABC01 Parent Organization Designator. Permanent identifier
   assigned to a specific unit. Usually identifies a specific battalion.
   5-6 WABCAO Descriptive Designator. An extension of the Parent Organization
   Designator that further identifies the UIC as a subordinate UIC, in this
   case, Alpha Co. If position 5 and 6 were "AA," this would indicate
   that the UIC was at the Bn level.
   SIGNAL CODE. Source: (DLA Customer Assistance Handbook, 12th edition). One digit character code that has a dual use; the meaning of the codes is dependent upon the Document Identifier.
   FUND CODE- A two-digit code that indicates which funds will pay for the request. Also identifies the appropriation/fund and related fiscal/program year, as well as, designating the office to be billed.
   END ITEM CODE (EIC) (Source AR 725-50) The EIC is a three-position alphanumeric code which will be added to every request for issue, cancellation, and modification for repair parts having an end item application. They are meant to capture the consumption of repair parts identified to a specific end item. EIC's are not listed for each repair part NSN since repair parts have multiple applications on many different end items. It is the responsibility of the clerk preparing the request for issue to obtain the end item application from the person requesting the repair part. EIC's are assigned to the National Item Identification Number (NIIN) for supply categories of materiel 2, 5, or 7 that have been procured with Procurement Appropriation Funds identified by Appropriation and Budget Activity Account Codes A-Q.
   PROJECT CODE. (Source AR 725-50.) Project Codes are used to distinguish requisition and related documentation and shipments and to accumulate intraservice performance and cost data related to exercises, maneuvers, and other distinct programs, projects, and operations. It is a three-position alpha/numeric code and will be entered in record positions 57-59.This code identifies special projects, programs, certain operations, and/or exercises and maneuvers. Project Codes are normally locally assigned.
   Uniform Materiel Movement and Issue Priority System (UMMIPS). (Source DA Pam 710-2-1) The UMMIPS provides a means for expressing the importance of a supply request. This is done by assigning a 2-digit numeric code, ranging from 01 through 15, to the supply request. This numeric code is referred to as a priority designator (PD). The PD is based on two factors. These factors are the unit's Force/Activity Designator (FAD) and the Urgency of Need Designator (UND) of the supply request. IAW AR 725-50, UMMIPS is "A system to establish time standards for processing requirements in accordance with the mission of the requiring activity and the urgency of need". The following is a Priority Designator Table
   ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ Urgency of Need (UND)
   FAD A B C
   FAD = Force Activity Designator. A unit's FAD is assigned by the Dept. of the Army. It is a Roman numeral (I through V) which shows the mission essentiality of a unit, organization, installation, project, or program to meet national objectives.
   UND = Urgency of Need. The requisitioning activity determines the UND; it shows the need of materiel requisitioned to accomplish assigned military missions. .
   ADVICE CODES. (Source DA Pam 710-2-1) Advice codes are used by the customer units to inform the supply chain of specific aspects for their request for issue. Advice codes are entered by the requesting unit in a DA Form 2765-1, block 22, card columns 65 and 66, of a request for issue to provide instructions considered essential to supply action.
   According to the Defense Logistics Agency, Customer Assistance Handbook, 1996 page II-18. "Advice codes provide instructions by the requisitioner to supply sources when such data are considered essential to supply action and entry in narrative form is not feasible.
   1C Fill as requested, substitute, or reject if requested item, and/or acceptable substitute are not
   available to meet Standard Delivery Date (SDD) or Required Delivery Date (RDD). Do not pass to a higher source of supply.
   1J Fill as requested or reject if requested item is not available to meet SDD/RDD. Do not substitute,
   do not pass to a higher source of supply.
   2A Item is not locally obtainable through manufacture, fabrication, procurement, or authorized cannibalization.
   2B Requested item only will suffice. Do not substitute or exchange.
   2C Do not back order. Reject unfilled quantity not available to meet the SDD or RDD. Suitable substitute acceptable.
   2D Furnish exact quantity requested (such as, do not adjust to unit pack quantity).
   2E Free issue. Stock lists or other publications offer this without reimbursement.
   2F Item is known to be coded obsolete but it is still required for immediate consumption.
   2G Multiple use: (1) Ship new stocks or stocks having new appearance; (2) strategic mission requires latest model and configuration (for electronic tubes); (3) strategic mission requires newest stock
   only (for photographic film or for aerial requirements for ammunition devices or cartridges);
   (4) expected usage requires latest expiration dates only (for biologicals).
   2H Special textile requirement for use in air operations where personnel safety is involved.
   2J Do not substitute or back order any unfilled quantities.
   2L The quantity shown in the quantity field exceeds normal demand; however, this is a confirmed valid requirement.
   2N Items required in one continuous length as expressed in block 8 (cc 25-29) and unit-of-issue in
   block 7 (cc 23-24).
   2T Deliver to the ultimate consignee by the SDD or RDD entered hereon or cancel requirement.
   LINE ITEM NUMBER (LIN) - A Line Item Number consists of one alpha character followed by five numeric characters (example: E94365). LINs are assigned to a specific name (nomenclature) of a item that is not consumed or destroyed when used. They are used for accounting purposes and all active LINs are listed in the semi-annual SB 800-20 publication.
   ACCOUNTING REQUIREMENTS CODE (ARC) -This code is a one-position alphabetic code that places an item into one of three categories: durable, non-expendable or expendable. It also identifies the way an item is accounted for by the Army, for example, Property Book, Hand Receipt, or Stock Record Account.
   N = Non-Expendable
   D = Durable
   X = Expendable
   ACQUISTION ADVICE CODE: A one-character position code, that indicates how and under what restrictions an item will be acquired. The ACC will reflect application of three basic methods: (1) by requisition; (2) by fabrication or assembly; (3) by local purchase.
   A Service Regulated. Authorities control issue, transfer, or shipment of item
   above inventory control point (ICP) level. Use or stockade requires release authority
   based on approved reasons of need.
   B ICP Regulated. Issue, transfer, or shipment of item is controlled by ICP. Use or
   stockage of item requires authority based on approved reasons of need.
   C Service Managed. No special controls other than individual service supply policy.
   D DOD Integrated Material Manager (IMM), Stocked and Issued. No special controls
   other than IMM/Army standard supply policy. However, requisitions must contain the
   fund citation required to obtain items.
   E Other Service Managed, Stocked and Issued. No special controls other than the
   standard requisitioning policy. Requisition may require fund citation (see fund code
   and/or material category code position 2).
   F Fabricate or Assemble (or Obtain Items Source Coded XB from cannibalization).
   Support is by fabrication or assembly. Procurement is not justified except when a requirement. For an item coded "XB" cannot be satisfied through cannibalization. The item will be centrally. Procured but not stocked. Requisition must contain advice code "2A" or it will be rejected with status code "CN".
   G General Services Administration (GSA) Integrated Material Manager Stocked and Issued. GSA item available from GSA supply sources.
   H Direct Delivery under a Central Contract. No special controls other than IMM/service standard supply policy. Item is issued by direct shipment from vendor.
   I Direct Ordering From a Central Contract/Schedule. Activities may place orders
   directly to vendors for direct delivery to the user.
   J Not Stocked, Long Lead-Time. Procurement action initiated upon requisition receipt because the
   item is not stocked.
   K Centrally Stocked for Overseas Only. Main method of supply is local purchase. However, item is stocked in domestic supply system for those overseas activities unable to locally procure.
   L Local Purchase. Item is not stocked in wholesale system. Local purchase is main means of supply at base,
   post, camp or station level.
   M Restricted Requisitions-Major Overhaul. Do not requisition unless authorized to perform major
   overhaul because item can only be used by major overhaul activities.
   NR Restricted Requisitions-Disposal. Discontinued item no longer authorized for issue except on specific
   approval of the item manager.
   O Packaged Fuels-DLA Managed and Service Regulated. Item is centrally procured but not stocked by
   Integrated Materiel Manager. (IMM) There is a long lead-time for this item, which will be provided by direct shipment to user from a vendor or from service assets.
   P Restricted Requisition-Security Assistance Program (SAP).
   1. Indicates item is stocked or acquired only for SAP requirements.
   2. Indicates item is non-stocked and material is ordered from the contractor for shipment directly to the foreign government.
   3. Base, post, camp or station will not requisition.
   Q Bulk Petroleum Products-DLA Managed. May be centrally stocked or available by direct delivery under
   a central contract. Requirement submission and item supply will be In Accordance With DOD 4140.25.M.
   R Restricted Requisition-Government Furnished Material (GFM). Item is centrally purchased from the manufacturer of military items. Base, post, camp or station will not requisition.
   S Restricted Requisitioning-Other Service Funded. Army has no requirement for the item. The item is
   purchased by the Army for the funding service. Issue, transfer, or shipment is subject to the specialized control of the funding service.
   T Condemned. No longer authorized to be purchased, issued, used or requisitioned.
   V Terminal item. Item is in stock, but future purchases are not authorized. Item can be
   requisitioned until stocks are exhausted. Preferred NSN identified by phrase "when
   exhausted use".
   W Restricted Requisitioning-Special Instructions Apply. Stock number has been assigned
   to a generic item for use in bid invitations, allowance lists, etc., against which no stocks
   exist. The NSN can be used if and when a procurement source becomes available.
   X Semi-active Item No-Replacement. A potentially inactive stock number which must be
   retained in the supply system because stocks are on hand or in use below wholesale level. The item is shown in equipment authorization documents, or "in use" assets are being reported. Central purchasing is authorized, but no stockage. Requisitions may be submitted and repeating demands may require an "AAC" change to permit stockage.
   Y Terminal Item. Future purchases are not authorized. Expands definition of AAC "V" items on which wholesale stocks have been exhausted.
   Z Insurance/Numeric Stockage Objective Item. Item may be required once in a while. A very small quantity will be stocked due to the essentiality or lead-time of the item. The item is centrally managed, stocked, and issued.
   AUTOMATIC RETURN ITEM CODE (ARI) A one position alphabetic code that indicates items in a critical stock position that may be returned to CONUS depots without disposition instructions. AR 710-1 authorizes the ARI code.
   CONDITION CODE (CC). (Source: Defense Logistics Agency, Customer Assistance Handbook, 12th edition, 1996). Supply condition codes are used to classify materiel in terms of readiness for issue and use or to identify action underway to change the status of materiel. When materiel is determined to be in excess of approved stock levels and/or no longer serviceable, Supply Condition Code A through H and S will be utilized to reflect materiel condition prior to turn-in to DRMO. The two types of condition codes are Supply and Disposal. The Supply Condition Code identifies the degree of an item's serviceability, condition, and completeness. It also denotes any actions that are underway to change the Supply Condition Status. The Disposal Condition Code describes the item's physical condition based on inspection at the time of receipt.
   A Serviceable (Issuable without Qualification) New, used, repaired, or reconditioned
   materiel which is serviceable and issuable
   to all customers without limitation or
   B Serviceable (Issuable with Qualification) New, used, repaired, or reconditioned
   materiel which is serviceable and issuable
   for its intended purpose but which is
   restricted from issue to specific units, activities, or geographical areas by reason of its limited usefulness or short service life expectancy.
   C Serviceable (Priority Issue) Items which are serviceable and issuable
   to customers, but which must be issued before Supply Condition Codes A and B materiel to avoid loss as a usable asset. Includes materiel with less than 3 months shelf life remaining.
   D Serviceable (Test/Modification) Serviceable materiel which requires test,
   alteration, modification, technical data
   marking, conversion, or disassembly.
   This does not include items that must
   be inspected or tested immediately prior
   to use.
   E Unserviceable (Limited Restoration) Materiel which involves only limited
   expense or effort to restore to serviceable
   condition and which is accomplished in the area where the stock is located. May be issued to support ammunition
   requisitions coded to indicated
   acceptability of usable condition E stock.
   F Unserviceable (Reparable) Economically reparable materiel which
   requires repair, overhaul, or
   reconditioning; includes reparable items
   which are radioactively contaminated.
   G Unserviceable (Incomplete) Materiel requiring additional parts, or
   components to complete the end item
   prior to issue.
   H Unserviceable (Condemned) Materiel which has been determined to be
   unserviceable and does not meet repair criteria; includes condemned items which are radioactively contaminated; Type I shelf-life materiel that has passed the expiration date; and Type II shelf-life materiel that has passed expiration date and cannot be extended.
   I Not assigned
   J Suspended (In Stock) Materiel in stock which has been
   suspended from issue pending condition
   classification or analysis, where the true
   condition is not known Includes shelf-life
   Type II materiel that has reached the
   expiration date pending inspection, test,
   or restoration.
   K Suspended (Returns) Materiel returned from customers or
   users and awaiting condition code classification.
   L Suspended (Litigation) Materiel held pending litigation or
   negotiation with contractors or common carriers.
   M Suspended (In Work) Materiel identified on inventory control
   records but which has been turned over to a maintenance facility or contractor for processing.
   N Suspended (Ammunition Suitable for Ammunition stocks suspended from issue
   Emergency Combat Use Only) expect for emergency combat use.
   O Not assigned
   P Unserviceable (Reclamation) Materiel determined to be unserviceable,
   uneconomically reparable as a result of physical inspections, teardown, or engineering decision. Item contains serviceable components or assemblies to be reclaimed.
   Q Suspended (Quality Deficient Exhibits) This code is for intra-Air Force use only.
   S Unserviceable (Scrap) Materiel that has no value except for its
   basic materiel content. No stock will be
   recorded as on hand in Supply Condition Code S. This code is used only on transactions involving shipments to DRMOs. Materiel will not be transferred to Supply Condition Code S prior to turn-in to DRMOs if materiel is recorded in Supply Condition Codes A through H at the time materiel is determined excess. Materiel identified by NSN will not be identified by this supply condition code.
   T-Z Not Assigned
   CONTROLLED INVENTORY ITEM CODE (CIIC): A one-position, alphanumeric code that identifies the security classification, security risk, or pilferage controls required for storage and transportation of DOD assets.
   CLASSIFICATION CODE: A CIIC Classification Code indicates materiel that requires protection in the interest of National Security.
   Code Meaning
   A Confidential - Formerly restricted data.
   B Confidential - Restricted data.
   C Confidential.
   D Confidential - Cryptologic.
   E Secret - Cryptologic.
   F Top Secret - Cryptologic.
   G Secret - Formerly restricted data.
   H Secret - Restricted data.
   K Top Secret - Formerly restricted data.
   L Top Secret - Restricted data.
   O Contact SOS for disposal and limitations. Store/handle in a manner that prevents
   unauthorized access to materiel.
   S Secret.
   T Top Secret.
   U Unclassified.
   SENSITIVE ITEMS CODE: A CIIC Sensitive Item Code indicates that the materiel requires a high degree of protection. This will prevent the acquisition of such materiel by terrorist or other criminal elements through loss or theft.
   N Firearms.
   P Ammunition and explosives.
   Q Item that is a drug or other controlled substance identified as a Schedule III, IV, or V item, per the Controlled Substance Act of 1970. Also includes other items requiring secure storage.
   R Precious metals, a drug, or other controlled substance identified as a Schedule I or II item, per the Controlled Substance Act of 1970. Also includes other items requiring vault storage.
   1 Highest Sensitivity (Category I) - Nonnuclear missiles and rockets in a ready-to-fire configuration.
   2 High Sensitivity (Category II) - Arms ammunition, and explosives.
   3 Moderate Sensitivity (Category III) - Arms ammunition, and explosives.
   4 Low Sensitivity (Category IV) - Arms, ammunition, and explosives.
   5 Highest Sensitivity (Category I) - Arms, ammunition, and explosives with a physical security classification of secret.
   6 Highest Sensitivity (Category I) - Arms, ammunition, and explosives with a physical security classification of confidential.
   7 Item assigned a Demilitarization Code other than A, B, or Q for which another CIIC is inappropriate. The loss, theft, unlawful disposition and/or recovery of an item in this category will be investigated in accordance with DOD 4000.25-25-1-M and DOD 7200.10-M.
   8 High Sensitivity (Category II) - Arms, ammunition, and
   Explosives with a physical security classification of confidential.
   9 Controlled Cryptographic Item (CCI). CCI is described as secure telecommunications or information-handling equipment associated cryptographic component, or other hardware item that performs a critical COMSEC function. Items so designated are unclassified but controlled and will bear the designation "Controlled Cryptographic Item or CCI."
   $ Nuclear weapon use control (UC) ground equipment which is CIIC unclassified but may need special controls. Use control ground equipment is described as recorders, verifiers, adapters, power supplies, cables, programmers, monitors, controllers, code processors, power converters, computers, and data modules which perform a nuclear weapon use control function.
   PILFERABLE ITEMS: A CIIC Pilferable Items Code indicates that the materiel has a ready resale value or civilian application as to personal possession, and therefore, especially subject to theft.
   I Aircraft engine equipment and parts.
   J Pilferable Item - Pilferage codes may be designated by the coding activity to items coded U (unclassified) by recoding the item to J.
   M Hand tools and shop equipment.
   V Individual clothing and equipment.
   W Office machines.
   X Photographic equipment and supplies.
   Y Communications/electronic equipment and parts.
   Z Vehicular equipment and parts.
   ь DISCRETIONARY CODE (An SPBS-R code that identifies additional items for inclusion in the Monthly Sensitive Items Inventory Listing. Used for command or regulatory items that are not already identified in SB 700-20 with a CIIC of N, P, Q, R, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or $.)
   NOTE 1: Store and transport items that are coded 5, 6, or 8 according to the instructions of DOD 5100-76-M or 5200.I-R, whichever is more stringent.
   NOTE 2: Use CIIC N, P, Q, R, ь, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or $ to determine sensitive, hazardous items.
   EQUIPMENT READINESS CODE (ERC). (Source: SPBS-R AIS Manual, 25-L18-ALV-ZZZ-EM) This is a code that identifies equipment for unit readiness reporting purposes.
   Code Code Definition
   P Pacing item of equipment by unit type. These are the most important items within a unit.
   A Primary weapons and equipment essential to and employed directly in
   accomplishing assigned operational mission and tasks.
   B Auxiliary equipment that supplements primary equipment or takes the
   place of primary equipment should the primary equipment become
   C Administrative support equipment used in performance of
   assigned operational missions and tasks.
   EQUIPMENT CATEGORY CODE (ECC). A two position alphabetical code that identifies equipment by primary and secondary categories in The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS). Historical data is maintained on this equipment. ECCs can be found in DAM PAM 738-750. The first letter identifies the primary category of equipment, (for example, A = Aircraft, B= Air Defense Systems, F = Tanks, G = Combat Vehicles. The second letter identifies a specific type of equipment within the primary category, (for example, AF = Aircraft, Fixed wing; AR= Aircraft; Rotary wing, GA = self propelled Howitzers; and HB = Truck Ќ ton). Definition: Equipment Category Code (ECC).
   AD Rejected with CA status. The canceled quantity exceeds 1 when the unit of issue cannot be
   converted and is changed to the unit of issue on the catalog.
   AE Rejected with CD status. The document number field failed edit because PR 36-39 did not contain
   all numeric or RP 40-43 did not contain a value of A-Z or 0-9.
   AF Rejected with CA status. The request for issue transaction came from a National Guard customer
   and cannot be processed without a valid Supply Management Code (SMC).
   AN Rejected with CA status. This unit is not authorized the class of supply for the requested item.
   This was determined by the customer unit not having a SARSS1 RIC, on the Support Table on the
   DODAAF, for the class of supply of the requested stock number.
   The quantity on the status transaction is rejected. It was referred for issue, denied, and cannot be
   referred elsewhere. The denied portion cannot be sent to wholesale because a portion of the
   requested quantity has been passed to wholesale previously.
   AP Rejected with CA status. This unit has already deployed. This results from the request being
   processed after the date of departure (DTE-DEPART), which is loaded on the customer DODAAF
   for a unit deploying. The quantity cited in RP 25-29 was closed by a pseudo-receipt.
   AR Rejected with CA status. SARSS2A received a DIC YH1/YH2 from SARSS1 and after
   research, the SARSS2A manager has rejected this transaction.
   CX Rejected with CA status. The request was put on reparable hold, had a Reason Referred Code of
   AC, and the quantity requested or portion of that quantity was rejected by the manager.
   DB Rejected with CA status. The DODAAC in RP 30-35 is a customer, but the supplementary
   address is not a SARSS1 or DS4.
   The DODAAC in RP 30-35 is a customer, but the supplementary address is not a SARSS1 or
   DS4, and the prime RIC for support could not be determined.
   ND Rejected with CA status. The quantity on the status transaction is rejected. The rejected
   quantity cannot be sent to higher because a portion of the original request has been passed to a
   higher SOS.
   The stock number is for a reparable item, the net asset position exceeds the RO, and there are no
   Suffix Codes available.
   The request was not referred, and there is a Suspense Header Record with a passed or local
   purchase quantity greater than zero, or the input DIC is an AE_ and there is a Suspense Header
   Record with a local purchase quantity greater than zero.
   NE Rejected with CA status. The quantity on the status transaction is rejected. The transaction
   referred to a SARSS1 activity where the stock number was under a hard freeze and could not be
   issued. The transaction was returned and cannot be referred again or sent to a higher source of
   supply because a portion of the original quantity requested has already been sent higher.
   PR Rejected with CA status. The quantity cited in RP 20-29 was closed by a pseudo-receipt.
   ESSENTIALITY CODE (EC) -The essentiality code is a one-position alphabetic code used to indicate if an item is essential or not. Essentiality is the degree of military worth of an item of supply or how its failure, if a replacement is not immediately available, would affect the ability of the weapon system, end item, or organization, to perform its intended functions or missions.
   A This code identifies essential end items
   B This code identifies end items that are not essential.
   C This code identifies repair parts that are essential to the operation of the end
   D This code identifies repair parts that are not essential to the operation of the end
   item, but are needed for the safety of an operator or crew of the end item.
   E This code identifies repair parts that are not essential the operation of the end
   item or for crew safety, but are needed to meet legal or climatic requirements.
   F This code identifies a repair part that is essential to the operation of the end item,
   needed for crew safety, or needed to meet legal or climatic requirements. The
   difference is that this part can only be replaced at a depot.
   G This code identifies repair parts that are not essential.
   J This code identifies repair parts for which replacement can be postponed.
   K/M This code identifies medical material that is considered by the manager to be
   essential to maintaining life support.
   N This code identifies medical material which is considered by the manager to be
   supplementary for health care.
   LATERAL ISSUE CODE. This one position alphanumeric code is used in SARSS2A on the YD6 to designate whether to attempt lateral issue of supplies and equipment.
   X Attempt lateral issue
   0 Do not attempt lateral issue
   LEVEL OF WORK CODE. A code that identifies the lowest maintenance level with the capability to perform complete repair; i.e., all authorized maintenance functions. (See AR 750-1)
   O Unit level
   F Direct Support
   H General Support
   D Depot
   L Special Repair Activity
   MAINTENANCE REPAIR CODE. The Maintenance Repair Code is a one-position code. This code indicates (1) whether the item is to be repaired when unserviceable and (2) the lowest level of maintenance authorized to perform complete repair of the item. This does allow for some limited repair to be done at lower levels.
   O The lowest maintenance level capable of complete repair of the support item is (ALPHA) the organizational level.
   F The lowest maintenance level capable of complete repair of the support item is the direct support level.
   H The lowest maintenance level capable of complete repair of the support item is the following intermediate level: USAF - Intermediate (*), USA - General Support (*), USN - Ashore (Only), USMC - Fourth Echelon
   D The lowest maintenance level capable of complete repair of the support item is the depot level.
   L Repair restricted to designated Specialized Repair Activity.
   Z Non-repairable. No repair is authorized.
   B No repair is authorized. The item may be reconditioned by adjusting, lubricating, etc. at the user level. No part or special tools are procured for the maintenance of this item.
   - (Dash) This code identifies items that are not assigned a Maintenance Repair Code.
   PART SOURCE CODE. (Source: AR 725-50) This code designates the method and the source for obtaining repair parts.
   A Authorized Stockage List (ASL) at SARSS is the source of this item. SAMS-1 generates a document number for this part and requisitions automatically.
   C Cannibalization is the source of this part. SAMS-1 allows ordering the part manually from the cannibalization point. The transaction is not written to the
   Supply Transaction File (SPTR).
   D Reparable Exchange (RX) is the source of this item. SAMS-1 will create a request for issue and also a turn-in document (D6Z) for each item to be
   exchanged . The requisition is written automatically. The D6Z is prepared by
   SAMS-1 in hard copy.
   E Fabrication from piece parts is the source of the part. SAMS-1 allows ordering the part manually. The transaction is not written to the SPTR.
   F Self Service Supply Center (SSSC) is the source of the part. SAMS-1 allows ordering the part manually. The transaction is not written to the SPTR.
   G. Maintenance Program Requirement. The repair part is furnished from positioned stocks. SAMS-1 allows ordering the part manually. The transaction is not written to the SPTR.
   H ASL is the source of the part, but exception data is required and AOE manual procedures must be used. SAMS-1 will generate a document number and tell the
   operator to a DA Form 1348-6 manually to provide information that cannot be
   furnished automatically. This code may also be used for local purchase items.
   The transaction is not written automatically.
   J Quick Supply Store (QSS) is the source of the part. SAMS-1 allows ordering the part manually. The transaction is not written to the SPTR.
   S Shop Stock List (SSL) is the source of the part. SAMS-1 will generate a document number and requisition automatically.
   RECOVERABILITY CODES. (Source: DA Pam 738-50) The Recoverability code is a one position alphabetic code. This code will identify the level of Maintenance that is allowed to turn-in an unserviceable item when it can no longer be used and requisition a replacement item.
   A This code identifies items which require special procedures in disposal. Reasons for why this code is assigned include: precious metal content, high
   cost, materiel in short supply, or hazardous materiel. Check manuals and
   directives for instructions.
   D Reparable Item. Complete repair of this item can only be done at an Army
   depot. When a lower level of maintenance cannot repair this item, return it to the
   depot. Army depots are the only activities that can decide that this item
   should be disposed of.
   F Reparable Item. Complete repair of this item can only be done by the direct
   support unit. When the organization cannot repair this item, return it to the
   direct support unit. The direct support unit and higher levels of maintenance can
   decide that this item should be disposed of.
   H Reparable Item. Complete repair of this item can be done by the general support
   unit. When a lower level of maintenance cannot repair this item, return it to the
   general support unit. The general support unit and higher levels of maintenance
   can decide that this item should be disposed of.
   L Reparable Item. Complete repair of this item can be done by the depot or
   specialized repair activity. When a lower level of maintenance cannot repair this
   item, return it to the depot or specialized repair activity. The depot or
   specialized repair activity can decide that this item should be disposed of.
   O Reparable Item. Complete repair of this item can be done by the organization.
   The Organization and higher levels of maintenance can decide that the item
   should be disposed of.
   Z Non-reparable items. Dispose of this item at the maintenance level authorized to replace it.
   REPORTABLE ITEM CONTROL CODE (RIIC) The RIC is a one position, numeric code assigned to items of equipment selected as reportable. These items are identified as RICC 2 in SB 700-20 which is the guide for all units, organizations and installations responsible for furnishing reports as prescribed by Chapter 2, AR 710-3. Intensive Management Items are assigned RICC 8 in accordance with Chapter 3, AR 710-1.
   Code Meaning
   1. Deleted. Items formerly coded RICC 1 have been designated as RICC 2.
   2. Items selected and assigned by the Army Materiel Command (AMC) which are authorized by
   TOE, MTOE, TDA, CTA, or JTA. This category includes:
   a. All NSNs of a Generic Family.
   b. All Major Items with Appropriation and Budget Activity Code A through Q.
   Accounting Requirements Code - This code is a one-position alphabetic code that places an item into one of three categories: durable, non-expendable or expendable. It also identifies the way an item is accounted for by the Army, for example, Property Book, Hand Receipt, or Stock Record Account.
   c. Secondary Items that are type classified and are subject to individual quantitative authorization and distribution management.
   d. All LINs that are coded Equipment Readiness Code A unless specifically excluded by HQDA, ODCSLOG.
   3. Deleted. Items formerly coded RICC 3 have been designated as RICC 0, unless otherwise directed by HQDA.
   8. Items selected and assigned by HQ, AMC MSC for intensive management and are under the selected Item Management System-Expanded (SIMS-X) in accordance with AR 710-1 (RICC 8 items are applicable to Army managed Items only).
   0. Not Reportable.
   A Awaiting initial inspection. Includes initial inspection, acceptance, and parts determination.
   B In shop.
   C Awaiting shop. The initial and acceptance inspections have been completed
   and parts are on hand.
   D Deferred. Equipment in use, awaiting scheduled maintenance (may or may
   not be awaiting parts) and not considered high priority in that equipment is
   operating but requires some maintenance or modification.
   E Awaiting final inspection.
   F Final inspection complete. Includes final inspection and work order/log book completion.
   H Awaiting disposition instructions from a higher source.
   I Awaiting shop while awaiting parts. Cannot be used if due-in parts are Not Mission Capable Supply (NMCS).
   J In shop awaiting parts, work continues. The calculation for NMCM/NMCS
   will remain in Not Mission Capable Maintenance (NMCM). This code was designed for aircraft but may be used for other items requiring maintenance.
   K Awaiting non-deadlining parts (not NMCS). No further repair action can be
   made because the parts are not available.
   L Evacuate (EVAC) NMCS. Item that was evacuated to another maintenance activity and is now in NMCS status at the other activity. This status is provided manually to SAMS-1 by the other maintenance activity.
   M EVAC NMCM. NMCM item evacuated to another maintenance activity for repair and return.
   N EVAC Depot. Item that was evacuated to another maintenance activity and
   was further evacuated to the depot level. This status is provided manually to
   SAMS-1 by the other maintenance activity.
   O Awaiting evacuation.
   P Deadlined for lack of facilities, tools, TMDE, or completion of intrashop job.
   Q Awaiting estimated cost of damage (ECOD) actions. Items awaiting the
   release of surveying officer before repairs can be started.
   R Awaiting pickup. Item has not been repaired (or appropriate action taken).
   Owning unit has been notified and item is awaiting pickup. Before R can be
   used, the work request must be closed, using codes S through Z. If item is
   inoperative, R stops NMC time. NMC time is charged to the owning unit
   until it submits a code U.
   S Closed, completed by other maintenance activity. Repairs have been
   completed by the support activity receiving the end item or component.
   Work request is closed.
   T Closed, completed by other maintenance activity. Repairs have been
   completed and returned by the other activity to the support activity. Work
   request is closed.
   U Picked up. Must be closed first.
   V Closed. Requirement satisfied by ORF exchange. Repairs have not been
   completed; however, work request closed due to the exchange.
   W Work request closed. Item turned in as uneconomically reparable or
   X Work request is closed. It exceeded time limits or maintenance capability.
   Y Work request is closed. It did not meet acceptance standards.
   Z Work request closed or canceled without completion.
   1. Awaiting deadlining NMCS parts. No further repairs can be made because of lack of parts in the supply shop.
   7. Awaiting ORF transaction.
   8. Rework, return to shop. If work request is S through Z, less U, code 8 must be used before job is returned to working status.
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   STATUS/REJECTION CODES. (Source DA Pam 710-2-1) "Status/rejection codes are used to provide supply or rejection information to the requester. The codes are in card columns (cc) 65 and 66 of supply status cards. Items rejected, if still required, will be requested using new document numbers. Make sure the reason for previous rejection has been corrected. Explanations for supply status and rejection codes are not exactly as they appear in AR 725-50. The explanation has been modified so as to apply to the requester. Not all codes are listed. Codes that do not apply to the requestor have been omitted".
   BA Item being processed for release and shipment. The Estimated Shipping Date is contained in cc 70-73 when provided in response to a follow-up.
   BB Item back ordered against a due-in to stock. The estimated shipping date (ESD) for release of materiel to the customer is contained in cc 70-73.
   BC Item on original request with this document has been back ordered. Long delay
   is expected and ESD is in cc 70-73. Item in stock number field (or "Remarks"
   field if stock number field cannot contain the item number) can be furnished as
   a substitute. The price for the substitute item is in cc 74-80. If desired, submit
   cancellation of original request and request the offered substitute.
   BD Request is delayed due to need to verify requirements relative to authorized
   application, item identification, or technical data. On completion of review, additional status will be provided to show action taken.
   BF No record of your document for which follow-up, DIC AF_. Cancellation request, DIC AC_, or cancellation request follow-up, DIC AK_; submitted. If
   item is still required, submit a request for issue using a new document number.
   BG One or more of the following fields have been changed:
   1) Stock number (as the result of a formal catalog change)
   a. Requested NSN has been replaced by or combined with NSN in stock
   number field.
   b. NSN is assigned to part number that was requested.
   c. FSC has changed but NIIN remains the same as originally requested.
   Review NSN (FSC and NIIN) to make sure that request under process is
   for desired item. If NSN is not for desired item, submit cancellation
   request to source of supply.
   2) Unit of issue (as the result of a formal catalog change).
   3) Requested part number has been identified to or replaced by the part number shown in the stock number field. Examine quantity and unit price as result of the above changes. Revise records accordingly. Additional status will be given by the supply source to show further action on this request.
   BH Service coordinated, approved substitute, or interchangeable item, identified in stock number field, will be supplied. Examine unit of issue, quantity, and unit price fields for possible changes. Revise records accordingly. Additional status will be provided.
   BJ Quantity changed to conform to unit pack, adjust the due-in records accordingly. Unit of issue is not changed.
   BK Requisition data elements have been modified as requested. Examine data fields in this status document for current requisition data.
   BL Notice of availability was sent to the country representative or freight forwarder on date entered in cc 70-73.
   BM Your document forwarded to activity shown in cc 67-69. Send all future
   ` transactions for this document number to that activity.
   BN Request being processed as free issue. Signal and Fund Code fields corrected as
   noted. Adjust local fund obligation records.
   BQ Cancelled. Results from receipt of cancellation request. Also applies to
   cancellation resulting from deletion of an activity from the DOD Activity
   Address Directory.
   BR Cancelled. Requisitioning Activity authorized cancellation in response to MOV
   request furnished by processing point.
   BS Cancelled. Requisitioning Activity failed to respond to MOV request from
   processing point.
   BV Item procured and on contract for direct shipment to consignee. The contract
   shipping date is entered in cc 70-73. Cancellation, if requested, may result in b billing for terminating contract and/or transportation costs, if applicable.
   BZ Requisition is being processed for direct delivery procurement. Upon
   completion of necessary procurement action, additional status will be provided
   to indicate action taken. The estimated shipping date (ESD) is in cc 70-73.
   B2 Status of supply of procurement action precludes requested modification.
   B3 The RAD in the original requisition is unrealistic. The date in cc 70-73 is when
   the material will be available.
   B4 Canceled. Results from receipt of cancellation request. Billing for materiel or
   contract termination charges will be made.
   B5 The activity identified by the code in cc 4-6 is in receipt of your follow-up
   request. Action to determine current status and/or improve the ESD is being attempted. Further status will be furnished.
   B6 The materiel applying to the request for cancellation has been diverted to an
   alternate consignee.
   B7 Unit price change. The latest unit price for the item identified by the stock or
   part number in cc 8-22 is shown in cc 74-80.
   B8 Quantity requested for cancellation not accomplished.
   B9 The activity identified by the code in cc 4-6 is in receipt of your cancellation
   request. Action to cancel the demand or to divert the shipment is being
   attempted. Do not delete due in. Advice of final action will be furnished.
   CA Rejected. 1. Explanation for rejection is stated in the remark's field (continued
   on reverse side or card as necessary). In this case, the status card will be mailed,
   not transceived. This code will not be used when other status codes have been
   established to convey a specific condition. 2. When due to security reasons, or
   space limitations, explanation for rejection will be furnished by separate media
   referring to pertinent document numbers. In this case, the remarks field will be
   left blank and "CA" status cards will be mailed with the supporting explanation.
   CB Rejected. Initial request asked for rejection of that quantity not available for
   immediate release or not available by the SDD or RDD. Quantity not filled is
   shown in cc 25-29.
   CD Rejected. Unable to process because of errors in the quantity, date, serial
   number fields. If received in response to a request and the materiel is still
   needed, submit a new request with correct data field entries. If received in
   response to a cancellation request and materiel is not needed, submit a new
   cancellation request with a valid quantity entry.
   CE Rejected. Unit of issue in original request, which is shown in cc 23-24 of this
   status document, does not agree with cataloged unit of issue and cannot be
   converted. If still required, submit a new request with correct unit of issue and
   CG Rejected. Unable to identify requested item. Submit a new request. Furnish
   correct NSN or part number. If correct NSN or part number is unknown or if
   part number is correct, submit a new request on DD Form 1348-6. Give as much
   data as is available.
   CH Rejected. Requisition submitted to incorrect SOS and correct source cannot be
   CJ Rejected. Item coded (or being coded) "obsolete" or "inactivated". Item in stock
   number field, if different than item requested, can be furnished as a substitute.
   Unit price of the substitute item is in cc 74-80. If offered substitute is desired,
   submit a new request with substitute item stock number. If only original item is
   desired, submit a new request on DD Form 1348-6. Cite advice code 2B.
   Furnish technical data; examples are: end item usage, component, make, model,
   series, serial number, drawing, piece and/or part number, manual reference,
   applicable publication.
   CK Rejected. Unable to procure. No substitute or interchangeable item available.
   Returned for supply by local issue of next higher assembly, kit or components.
   Suggest fabrication or cannibalization. If not available, submit a new request for
   next higher assembly, kit, or components.
   CM Rejected. No longer free issue. Submit a new funded request with Signal Code
   other than D or M.
   CP Rejected. Source of supply is local manufacturer, fabrication, procurement, or
   direct ordering from Federal Supply Schedule. If not available locally or
   Activity lacks procurement authority, submit a new request with Advice Code
   CQ Rejected. Item requested is command or service regulated or controlled. Submit
   new requisition through appropriate channels.
   CR Rejected. Requisition is for Government-furnished materiel (GFM) and -Item is
   not authorized by terms of contract. Contractor is not authorized to requisition
   GFM. Contract identified in requisition is not registered at MCA.
   CS Rejected. Quantity requested is suspect of error or indicates excessive quantity.
   Partial quantity being supplied. Quantity field in this transaction reflects
   quantity rejected. If requirement still exists, submit a new request for the
   required quantity using Advice Code 2L.
   CV Rejected. Item prematurely requested. The effective date for requesting is in cc
   CW Rejected. Item is not available or is a non-mailable item and the transportation
   costs are uneconomical. Local procurement is authorized for this request only.
   If item cannot be locally procured, submit a new request using Advice Code 2A.
   CX Rejected. Unable to identify ship to address as designated by the signal code or
   the signal code is invalid. If still required, submit a new request with valid data
   field entries.
   CZ Rejected. Subsistence item is not available for resale. Reserved for troop issue
   C7 Rejected. Document identifier code indicates this is a remarks or exception data
   document. Supply source has no record of receipt of remarks or exception data.
   If still required, submit a new request.
   C8 Rejected. Vendor will not accept order for quantity less than that shown in cc
   76-80. If requirement still exists, submit a new request for a quantity that is not
   less that that shown in cc 76-80.
   D7 Requisition modifier rejected because of errors in one or more data elements.
   D8 Rejected. Requisition is for controlled substance/item and requisitioner and/or
   "Ship to" address is not authorized recipient. Submit a new requisition on DD
   Form 1348-6 furnishing intended application and complete justification for the
   item. CDA PAM 18-1
   STOCKAGE LIST CODE (SLC) There are four Stockage List Codes:
   SLC Q = Demand Supported
   SLC M = Non Demand Supported (seasonal items)
   SLC P = Stock Provisioning (Items are authorized to be provisionally stocked for a maximum of 2 years)
   SLC Z = Not Stocked.
   ARMY MATERIEL CATEGORY STRUCTURE CODE (MATCAT): A five (5) position alphanumeric code that is used as a basis for data collection and reporting, that informs the requisitioner if funds are required to requisition the item, and that also shows what type funds are required to procure the item locally. AR 710-1, Paragraph 5-3, authorizes the MATCAT. The range of possible MAT CATS is too large to be stored. Therefore, the MAT CAT codes are broken down by position. To obtain help data, position the cursor on the specific subgroup you want information on. Requests may be made for help for MAT CAT 1 (Materiel Category and Item Manager), MAT CAT 2 (Appropriation and Budget Account), MAT CAT 3(Management Inventory Segment), MAT CAT 4 (Specific Group/Generic Code), and MATCAT 4-5 (Generic Category Code). To query MAT CAT 4-5, place the cursor on position 5.
   The codes prescribed for this position are inflexible alphabetic characters which will identify the materiel categories of principal and secondary items to the Continental U.S. (CONUS) inventory managers, National Inventory Control Point (NICP), or in the case of DLA/GSA-managed items, the Army Secondary Inventory Control Activity (SICA) which exercises manager responsibility.
   APPROPRIATION AND BUDGET ACTIVITY ACCOUNTS (position 2): See the section that specifically addresses the Appropriation and Budget Activity Accounts. The codes available for this position are either alpha or numeric, which will identify the procuring appropriation and, where applicable, the budget activity account or the subgroupings of materiel managed. This position also provides for the identification of those modification kits procured with Procurement Appropriation Financed principal and Procurement Appropriation financed secondary item funds. The codes for stock fund secondary items will be associated with the appropriation limitation, as applicable. These codes will provide for further subdivision of those categories identified by position 1.
   The codes prescribed for this position is numeric 1 through 4, which will identify the management inventory segment of the category structure. These codes will provide for further subdivision of those categories identified by positions 1 and 2. Maintenance of control accounts for recurring reports to this position of the category structure are not required.
   The codes available for this position are either alpha or numeric. For Army-managed items these codes will identify special or specific groups of items on a generic basis. For Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)/General Services Administration (GSA)-managed items that cannot be identified to a specific Army weapons system/end item, the code in this position will be the numeric 0. For those DLA/GSA-managed items having application to Army weapons systems/end items, the code in this position will be appropriate generic code. These codes will provide further subdivision of items identified to positions 1 through 3.
   The codes for this group are alpha or numeric. For Army-managed items, these codes, in combination with the codes assigned in position 4, will identify a specific weapons system/end item or homogeneous group of items. Alpha code A through Z, except the letters I and O, and numeric 1 through 9 are available to each of the alphabets assigned by HQ DARCOM in position 4 for DLA/GSA-managed items this position will be the numeric 0 except for those items having application to Army weapons systems/end items which will carry the appropriate fifth digit code.
   APPROPRIATION AND BUDGET ACTIVITY CODE (ABA). (Source: SPBS-R, ASI Manual 25-L18-ALV-ZZZ-EM, 1 August 1996) A one-position funding code that is the second position of the Army Materiel Category Structure Code (MATCAT). It identifies the procuring appropriation, budget activity account, or the subgrouping of the materiel managed.
   Code Definition
   A through Q (less I and O) PA Funded -Primary items.
   R through Z PA funded - Secondary items, spare and repair parts.
   2 Stock funded - Secondary items.
   3 OMA funded - Secondary items.
   5 OMA funded - Major end items (over $1,000.00).
   9 Base spares (stock owned by the EIC).
   "A" Series Documents (Transactions which have the letter "A" as the first digit of the Document Identifier Code).
   The purpose of the Signal Code in "A" Series Documents is twofold in that it designates the fields containing the intended consignee (ship to) and the activity to receive and effect payment of bills, when applicable. All requisitions will contain the appropriate Signal Code. See DOD 4000.25-1-M/AR 725-50/NAVSUP 437/AFM 23-110/MCO P4400.71-72/DLAM 4140.2/CB 394.
   A Ship to requisitioner Bill to requisitioner (rp 30-35).
   B Ship to requisitioner Bill to supplementary address (rp 45-50).
   C Ship to requisitioner Bill to addressee designated by the fund code in rp 52 and 53.
   D Ship to requisitioner No billing required (free issue).
   J Ship to supplementary address. Bill to requisitioner (rp 30-35).
   K Ship to supplementary address. Bill to supplementary address (rp 45-50).
   L Ship to supplementary address. Bill to addressee designated by the fund code in rp 52 and 53.
   M Ship to supplementary address. No billing required (free issue).
   "FT" Series Documents: Materiel Returns Program (Transactions which have an FT as the first two digits of the Document Identifier Code). In the Materiel Returns Program (FT Series), the signal code designates the fields containing the intended consignor (ship from) and the activity to receive and process credits, when applicable. All asset reports will contain the appropriate signal code.
   A Ship from activity designated in rp 30-35. Credit the activity designated in rp 30-35.
   B Ship from activity designated in rp 30-35. Credit the activity designated in rp 45-50.
   C Ship from activity designated in rp 30-35. Credit the addressee designated by the fund Code in rp 52.
   D Ship from activity designated in rp 30-35 No credit required.
   J Ship from activity designated in rp 45-50. Credit the activity designated in rp 30-35.
   K Ship from activity designated in rp 45-50. Credit the activity designated in rp 45-50.
   L Ship from activity designated in rp 45-50. Credit the addressee designated by the fund Code in rp 52.
   M Ship from activity designated in rp 45-50 No credit required.
   FEDERAL SUPPLY GROUP (FSG) These are the first two digits of the National Stock Number and assist supply personnel with determining the National Stock Number they should use when requesting supplies.
   10 Weapons
   11 Nuclear Ordnance
   12 Fire Control Equipment
   13 Ammunition and Explosives
   14 Guided Missiles
   15 Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
   16 Aircraft Components and Accessories
   17 Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling Equipment
   18 Space Vehicles
   19 Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks
   20 Ships and Marine Equipment
   21 Unassigned
   22 Railway Equipment
   23 Ground Effect Vehicles, Motor Vehicles, Trailers and Cycles
   24 Tractors
   25 Vehicular Equipment Components
   26 Tires and Tubes
   27 Unassigned
   28 Engines, Turbines, and Components
   29 Engine Accessories
   30 Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
   31 Bearings
   32 Woodworking Machinery Equipment
   33 Deleted
   34 Metalworking Machinery
   35 Service and Trade Equipment
   36 Special Industry Machinery
   37 Agricultural Machinery and Equipment
   38 Construction, Mining, Excavating, and Highway Maintenance Equipment
   39 Materials Handling Equipment
   40 Rope, Cable, Chain, and Fittings
   41 Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, and Air Circulating Equipment
   42 Fire Fighting, Rescue, and Safety Equipment
   43 Pumps and Compressors
   44 Furnace, Steam Plant, and Drying Equipment; and Nuclear Reactors
   45 Plumbing, Heating, and Sanitation Equipment
   46 Water Purification and Sewage Treatment Equipment
   47 Piping, Tubing, Hose, and Fittings
   48 Valves
   49 Maintenance
   50 Unassigned
   51 Hand Tools
   52 Measuring Tools
   53 Hardware and Abrasives
   54 Prefabricated Structures and Scaffolding
   55 Lumber, Millwork, Plywood, and Veneer
   56 Construction and Building Materials
   57 Unassigned
   58 Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation Equipment
   59 Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
   60 Unassigned
   61 Electric Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
   62 Lighting Fixtures and Lamps
   63 Alarm and Signal Systems
   64 Unassigned
   65 Medical, Dental, and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies
   66 Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
   67 Photographic Equipment
   68 Chemicals and Chemical Products
   69 Training Aids and Devices
   70 General Purpose Automatic Data Processing Equipment, Software, Supplies and Support Equipment
   71 Furniture
   72 Household and Commercial Furnishings and Appliances
   73 Food Preparation and Serving Equipment
   74 Office Machines, Visible Recording Equipment, and Data Processing Equipment
   75 Office Supplies and Devices
   76 Books, Maps, and Other Publications
   77 Musical Instruments, Phonographs, and Home-Type Radios
   78 Recreational and Athletic Equipment
   79 Cleaning Equipment and Supplies
   80 Brushes, Paints, Sealers, and Adhesives
   81 Containers, Packaging, and Packing Supplies
   82 Unassigned
   83 Textiles, Leathers, Furs, Apparel and Shoe Findings, Tents and Flags
   84 Clothing, Individual Equipment, and Insignia
   85 Toiletries
   86 Unassigned
   87 Agricultural Supplies
   88 Live Animals
   89 Subsistence
   90 Unassigned
   91 Fuels, Lubricants, Oils and Waxes
   92 Unassigned
   93 Nonmetallic Fabricated Materials
   94 Nonmetallic Crude Materials
   95 Metal Bars, Sheets, and Shapes
   96 Ores, Minerals, and Their Primary Products
   97 Unassigned
   98 Unassigned
  -- Miscellaneous
   FEDERAL SUPPLY CLASSIFICATON (FSC) A uniform supply classification system designed to serve the commodity classification needs of supply operations within the Federal Government. It divides the universe of items of supply into broad commodity groups; each Federal supply classification group being further subdivided into classes. The Federal supply classification utilizes a 4-digit coding structure. The first two digits of the code number identify the group; the second two digits of the code number identify the classes within each group. (AR 310-25, Dictionary of United States Army Terms, 15 October 1983)
   Federal Supply Groups and Classes
   Group 10-Weapons
   1005 Guns through 30mm
   1010 Guns, over 30mm up to 75mm
   1015 Guns, 75mm through 125mm
   1020 Guns, over 125mm through 150mm
  -- Guns, over 150mm through 200mm
  -- Guns, over 200mm through 300mm
  -- Guns, over 300mm
  -- Chemical Weapons and Equipment
   1045 Launchers, Torpedo and Depth Charge
   1055 Launchers, Rocket and Pyrotechnic
   1070 Nets and Booms, Ordnance
   1075 Degaussing and Mine Sweeping Equipment
   1080 Camouflage and Deception Equipment
   1090 Assemblies Interchangeable between Weapons in Two or More Classes
  -- Miscellaneous Weapons
   Group 11- Nuclear Ordnance
  -- Nuclear Bombs
   1110 Nuclear Projectile
   1115 Nuclear Warheads and Warhead Sections
   Group 13-Ammunition and Explosives
   1361 Depth Charge Explosive Components
   1365 Military Chemical Agents
  -- Pyrotechnics
   1375 Demolition Material
   1376 Bulk Explosives
  -- Cartridge and Propellant Activated Devices and Components
   1380 Military Biological Agents
   1385 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Tools, Surface
   1386 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Tools, Underwater
   1390 Fuses and Primers
   1395 Miscellaneous Ammunition
   1398 Specialized Ammunition Handling and Servicing Equipment
   Group 19-Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks
  -- Barges and Lighters, Cargo
  -- Barges and Lighters, Special Purpose
   1940 Small Craft
   1945 Pontoons and Floating Docks
   1960 Floating Dry-docks
   1965 Dredges
  -- Miscellaneous Vessels
   Group 20-Ship and Marine Equipment
   2010 Ship and Boat Propulsion Components
   2020 Rigging and Rigging Gear
  -- Deck Machinery
   2040 Marine Hardware and Hull Items
   2050 Buoys
   2060 Commercial Fishing Equipment
  -- Miscellaneous Ship and Marine Equipment
   Group 22-Railway Equipment
   2210 Locomotives
  -- Rail Cars
   2230 Right -of -Way Construction and Maintenance Equipment, Railroad
   2240 Locomotive and Rail Car Accessories and Components
   2250 Track Materials, Railroad
   Group 23-Ground Effect Vehicles, Motor Vehicles, Trailers and Cycles
   2305 Ground Effect Vehicles
  -- Passenger Motor Vehicles
   2320 Trucks and Truck Tractors, Wheeled
   2330 Trailers
   2340 Motorcycles, Motor Scooters, and Bicycles
   2350 Combat, Assault, and Tactical Vehicles, Tracked
   Group 24-Tractors
   2410 Tractors, Full Track, Low Speed
   2420 Tractors, Wheeled
   2430 Tractors, Track Laying, High Speed
   Group 25-Vehicular Equipment Components
   2510 Vehicular Cab, Body, and Frame Structural Components
   2520 Vehicular Power Transmission Components
   2530 Vehicular Brake, Steering, Axle, Wheel, and Track Components
   2540 Vehicular Furniture and Accessories
   2590 Miscellaneous Vehicular Components
   Group 26- Tires and Tubes
   2610 Tires and Tubes, Pneumatic, Except Aircraft
   2620 Tires and Tubes, Pneumatic, Aircraft
   2630 Tires, Solid and Cushion
  -- Tire Rebuilding and Tire and Tube Repair Materials
   Group 28-Engines, Turbines, and Components
   2805 Gasoline Reciprocating Engines, Except Aircraft; and Components
   2810 Gasoline Reciprocating Engines, Aircraft; and Components
   2815 Diesel Engines and Components
   2820 Steam Engines, Reciprocating and Components
   2830 Water Turbines and Water Wheels; and Components
  -- Gas Turbines and Jet Engines, Except Aircraft and Components
   2840 Gas Turbines and Jet Engines, Aircraft and Components
   2845 Rocket Engines and Components
   2895 Miscellaneous Engines and Components
   Group 29-Engine Accessories
   2910 Engine Fuel System Components, Nonaircraft
   2915 Engine Fuel System Components, Aircraft
   Group 31-Bearings
   3110 Bearings, Antifriction, Unmounted
   3120 Bearings, Plan, Unmounted
  -- Bearings, Mounted
   Group 32-Woodworking Machinery and Equipment
   3210 Sawmill and Planing Mill Machinery
   3220 Woodworking Machines
  -- Tools and Attachments for Woodworking Machinery
   Group 34-Metalworking Machinery
   3405 Saws and Filing Machines
  -- Machining Centers and Way-Type Machines
   3410 Electrical and Ultrasonic Erosion Machines
  -- Boring Machines
  -- Broaching Machines
   3413 Drilling and Tapping Machines
   3414 Gear Cutting and Finishing Machines
   3415 Grinding Machines
   3416 Lathes
   3417 Milling Machines
   3418 Planers and Scrapers
   3419 Miscellaneous Machine Tools
   3422 Rolling Mills and Drawing Mills
   3424 Metal Heat Treating and Non-Thermal Treating Equipment
   3426 Metal Finishing Equipment
   3431 Electric Arc welding Equipment
   3432 Electric Resistance Welding Equipment
   3433 Gas Welding, Heat Cutting, and Metalizing Equipment
   3436 Welding Positioners and Manipulators
   3439 Miscellaneous Welding Equipment
   3441 Bending and Forming Machine
   3442 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Presses, Power Driven
   3443 Mechanical Presses, Power Driven
   3444 Manual Presses
   3445 Punching and Searing Machines
   3446 Forging Machinery and Hammers
   3447 Wire and Metal Ribbon Forming Machines
   3448 Riveting Machines
   3449 Miscellaneous Secondary Metal Forming and Cutting Machines
   3450 Machine Tools, Portable
   3455 Cutting Tools for Machine Tools
   3456 Cutting and Forming Tools for Secondary Metalworking Machinery
   3460 Machine Tool Accessories
  -- Accessories for Secondary Metalworking Machinery
   3465 Production Jigs, Fixtures and Templates
  -- Machine Shop Sets, Kits and Outfits
   Group 35-Service and Trade Equipment
   3510 Laundry and Dry Cleaning Equipment
   3520 Shoe Repairing Equipment
   3530 Industrial Sewing Machines and Mobile Textile Repair Shops
   3540 Wrapping and Packaging Machinery
   3550 Vending and Coin Operated Machines
   3590 Miscellaneous Service and Trade Equipment
   Group 36-Special Industry Machinery
   3605 Food Products Machinery and Equipment
   3610 Printing, Duplicating, and Bookbinding Equipment
  -- Industrial Marking Machines
  -- Pulp and Paper Industries Machines
   3620 Rubber and Plastics working Machinery
   3625 Textile Industries Machinery
   3630 Clay and Concrete Products Industries Machinery
   3635 Crystal and Glass Industries Machinery
   3640 Tobacco Manufacturing Machinery
   3645 Leather Tanning and Leather Working Industries Machinery
   3650 Chemical and Pharmaceutical Products Machinery
   3655 Gas Generating and Dispensing System, Fixed or Mobile
  -- Industrial Site Reduction Machinery
   3670 Specialized Semiconductor, Microcircuit, and Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing Machinery
   3680 Foundry Machinery, Related Equipment and Supplies
   3685 Specialized Metal Container Manufacturing Machinery and Related Equipment
  -- Specialized Ammunition and Ordnance Machinery and Related Equipment
   Group 59-Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
   5965 Headsets, Handsets, Microphones, and Speakers
   5970 Electrical Insulators and Insulating Materials
   5975 Electrical Hardware and Supplies
   5977 Electrical Contact Brushes and Supplies
   5985 Antennas, Waveguides, and Related Equipment
   5990 Synchros and Resolvers
   5995 Cable, Cord and Wire Assemblies: Communication Equipment
   5999 Miscellaneous Electrical and Electronic Components
   Group 61-Electric Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
   6105 Motors, Electrical
   6110 Electrical Control Equipment
   6115 Generators and Generator Sets, Electrical
   6116 Fuel Cell Power Units, Components, and Accessories
   6120 Transformers: Distribution and Power Station
  -- Converters, Electrical, Rotating
   6130 Converters, Electrical, Nonrotating
   6135 Batteries, Primary
   6140 Batteries, Secondary
   6145 Wire and Cable, Electrical
   6150 Miscellaneous Electric Power and Distribution Equipment
   Group 62-Lighting Fixtures and Lamps
   6210 Indoor and Outdoor Electrical Lighting Fixtures
   6220 Electric Vehicular Lights and Fixtures
   6230 Electric Portable and Hand Lighting Equipment
  -- Electric Lamps
   6250 Ballasts, Lampholders, and Starters
   6260 Nonelectrical Lighting Fixtures
   Group 63-Alarm and Signal Systems
   6310 Traffic and Transit Signal Systems
   6320 Shipboard Alarm and Signal Systems
   6330 Railroad Signal and Warning Devices
   6340 Aircraft Alarm and Signal Systems
   6350 Miscellaneous Alarm and Signal Systems
   Group 65-Medical, Dental, and Veterinary Equipment
   6505 Drugs, Biologicals, and Official Reagents
   6508 Medicated Cosmetics and Toiletries
   6510 Surgical Dressing Materials
   6515 Medical and Surgical Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies
   6520 Dental Instruments, Equipment and Supplies
   6525 X-Ray Equipment and Supplies, Medical, Dental and Veterinary
   6530 Hospital Furniture, Equipment, Utensils and Supplies
   6532 Hospital and Surgical Clothing and Related Special Purpose Items
   6540 Opticians' Instruments, Equipment and Supplies
  -- Medical Sets, Kits, and Outfits
   Group 66-Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
  -- Navigational Instruments
   6610 Flight Instruments
   6615 Automatic Pilot Mechanisms and Airborne Gyro Components
   6620 Engine Instruments
   6625 Electrical and Electronic Properties Measuring and Testing Instruments
   6630 Chemical Analysis Instruments
   6635 Physical Properties Testing Equipment
   6636 Environment Chambers and Related Equipment
   6640 Laboratory Equipment and Supplies
   6645 Time Measuring Instruments
   6650 Optical Instruments
   6655 Geophysical and Astronomical Instruments
   6660 Meteorological Instruments and Apparatus
   6665 Hazard-Detecting Instruments and Apparatus
   6670 Scales and Balances
   6675 Drafting, Surveying, and Mapping Instruments
   6680 Liquid an Gas Flow, Liquid Level, and Mechanical Motion Measuring Equipment
   6685 Pressure, Temperature, and Humidity Measuring and Controlling Instruments
   6695 Combination and Miscellaneous Instruments
   Group 67- Photographic Equipment
   6710 Cameras, Motion Picture
   6720 Cameras, Still Picture
  -- Photographic Projection Equipment
   6740 Photographic Developing and Finishing Equipment
   6750 Photographic Supplies
   6760 Photographic Equipment and Accessories
   6770 Film, Processed
   6790 Photographic Sets, Kits and Outfits
   Group 68-Chemicals and Chemical Products
   6810 Chemicals
  -- Dyes
   6830 Gases: Compressed and Liquefied
   6840 Pest Control Agents and Disinfectants
   6850 Miscellaneous Chemical Specialties
   Group 69-Training Aids and Devices
   6910 Training Aids
   6920 Armament Training Devices
   6930 Operation Training Devices
   6940 Communication Training Devices
   Group 70-General Purpose ADP Equipment, Software, Supplies and Support Equipment
  -- ADPE Configuration
   7020 ADP Central Processing Unit (CPU, Computer), Analog
   7021 ADP Central Processing Unit (CPU, Computer), Digital
   7022 ADP Central Processing Unit (CPU, Computer), Hybrid
   7025 ADP Input/Output and Storage Device
   7030 ADP Software
   7035 ADP Accessorial Equipment
   7040 Punched Card Equipment
  -- ADP Supplies and Support Equipment
   7050 ADP Components
   Group 71-Furniture
   7105 Household Furniture
   7110 Office Furniture
   7125 Cabinets, Lockers, Bins and Shelving
   7195 Miscellaneous Furniture and Fixtures
   Group 72-Household and Commercial Furnishings and Appliances
   7210 Household Furnishings
  -- Floor Coverings
   7230 Draperies, Awnings and Shades
   7240 Household and Commercial Utility Containers
   7290 Miscellaneous Household and Commercial Furnishing
   Group 73-Food Preparation and Serving Equipment
   7310 Food Cooking, Baking, and Serving Equipment
   7320 Kitchen Equipment and Accessories
   7330 Kitchen Hand Tools and Utensils
   7340 Cutlery and Flatware
   7350 Tableware
   7360 Sets, Kits, and Outfits: Food Preparation and Serving
   Group 74-Office Machines, Visible Record Equipment, and Data Processing Equipment
   7420 Accounting and Calculating Machines
   7430 Typewriters and Office Type Composing Machines
   7440 Office Type Sound Recording and Reproducing Machine
   7450 Visible Record Equipment
  -- Miscellaneous Office Machines
   Group 75-Office Supplies and Devices
   7510 Office supplies
  -- Office Devices and Accessories
   7530 Stationary and Record Forms
   7540 Standard Forms
   Group 76-Books, Maps, and Other Publications
   7610 Books and Pamphlets
   7630 Newspapers and Periodicals
   7640 Maps, Atlases, Charts and Globes
   7650 Drawings and Specifications
   7670 Sheet and Book Music
  -- Miscellaneous Printed Matter
   Group 77-Musical Instruments, Phonographs and Home-Type Radios
   7710 Musical Instruments
   7720 Musical Instrument Parts and Accessories
   7730 Phonographs, Radios, Television Sets: Home Type
   7740 Phonograph records
   Group 78- Recreational and Athletic Equipment
   7810 Athletic and Sporting Equipment
   7820 Games, Toys, and Wheeled Goods
   7830 Recreational and Gymnastic Equipment
   Group 79-Cleaning Equipment and Supplies
   7910 Floor Polishers and Vacuum Cleaning Equipment
   7920 Brooms, Brushes, Mops, and Sponges
   7930 Cleaning and Polishing Compounds and
   Group 80-Brushes, Paints, Sealers and Abrasives
   8010 Paints, Dopes, Varnishes, and Related Products
   8020 Paint and Artists' Brushes
   8030 Preservative and Sealing Compounds
   8040 Adhesives
   Group 81-Containers, Packaging, and Packing Supplies
  -- Bags and Sacks
   8110 Drums and Cans
   8115 Boxes, Cartons and Crates
   8120 Commercial and Industrial Glass Cylinders
   8125 Bottles and Jars
   8130 Reels and Spools
  -- Packaging and Packing Bulk Materials
   8140 Ammunition and Nuclear Ordnance Boxes, Packages and Special Containers
   Group 88- Live Animals
  -- Live Animals, Raised for Food
   8820 Live Animals, Not Raised for Food
   Group 89-Subsistence
  -- Meat, Poultry, and Fish
   8910 Dairy Foods and Eggs
   8915 Fruits and Vegetables
   8920 Bakery and Cereal Products
   8925 Sugar, Confectionery and Nuts
   8930 Jams, Jellies, and Preserves
   8935 Soups and Bouillon's
   8940 Special Dietary Foods and Food Specialty Preparations
   8945 Food, Oils and Fats
   8950 Condiments and Related Products
  -- Coffee, Tea, and Cocoa
  -- Beverages, Nonalcoholic
   8965 Beverages, Alcoholic
   8970 Composite Food Packages
   8975 Tobacco Products
   Group 91-Fuels, Lubricants, Oils and Waxes
   9110 Fuels, Solid
   9130 Liquid Propellants and Fuels, Petroleum Base
   9135 Liquid Propellant Fuels and Oxidizers, Chemical Base
   9140 Fuel Oils
   9150 Oils and Greases: Cutting, Lubricating, and Hydraulic
   9160 Miscellaneous Waxes, Oils, and Fats
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