REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOL LISTS
sidered e x p e n d a b l e and not recover-
This appendix is a list of repair parts which
b. Federal Stock Number (Col. 2). Self ex-
may be required by the using organization for
performing organizational maintenance but are
not authorized to be stocked.
c . Description (Col. 3). This column indi-
cates the Federal item name (shown in capital
2. Requisition Notes
l e t t e r s ) and any additional description re-
q u i r e d for supply operations. The manufac-
turer's code and part number are also included
3. Explanation of Columns
a. Source, Maintenance, and Recoverability
Code (Col. 1).
Dial Light Co. of America,
(1) M a t e r i e l numerical codes (col. 1a).
Inc., New York, N.Y.
This column is not required.
US. Electrical Motors, Inc.,
(2) Source (col. 1b). This column indi-
c a t e s the selection status and source
Westinghouse Electric and
for the listed item. Source code used
Mfg. Co., Baltimore, Md.
in this list is:
d. Unit of Issue (Col. 4). Self explanatory.
Obtained through local pro-
e. Quantity Incorporated in Unit (Col. 5).
curement. If not obtainable
This column indicates the total number of times
from local procurement,
the listed item is used in the end item (major
r e q u i s i t i o n through normal
item) or major combination.
supply channels with a sup-
f. 15-Day Maintenance Allowance (Col. 6).
p o r t i n g statement of non-
This column indicates the quantitative allow-
availability from local pro-
ance for the organization maintenance category
of the listed items. These allowances represent
(3) M a i n t e n a n c e l e v e l ( c o l . 1 c ) . T h i s
one prescribed load, for a 15-day period, for
column indicates the category of main-
t h e number of major items supported. They
tenance authorized to install the listed
must be on hand or on order at all times. Major
item. Maintenance level code used in
commanders will determine the number of pre-
this list is:
s c r i b e d loads organizational units will carry.
U n i t s and organizations authorized additional
O r g a n i z a t i o n a l maintenance.
p r e s c r i b e d loads will multiply the number of
e q u i p m e n t s supported by the number of pre-
(4) Recoverability (col. 1d). This column
s c r i b e d loads. Additional repair parts which
indicates whether unserviceable items
m a y be required for performing authorized
should be returned for recovery or
maintenance, but are not authorized for stock-
salvage. When no code is indicated in
age in the prescribed load, are indicated by an
t h i s column, the item will be con-