BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST
Section I. PREFACE
is indicated, the item is expendable
and not recoverable. Recoverabil-
This appendix is a list of basic issue
ity codes used in this list are:
list items. It is composed of those items
which make up the major end items of
equipment and the first echelon tools,
supplies, assemblies, and repair parts that
are issued with the equipment and are
required for stockage .
b. Federal Stock Number (Col. 2). This
column indicates the Federal stock number
2. Requisition Notes
which has been assigned by the Cataloging
Division, Defense Logistics Services Cen-
3. Explanation of Columns
c. Description (Col. 3). This column in-
dicates the Federal item name (shown in
a. Source, Maintenance, and Recover-
capital letters) and any additional descrip-
Code (Col. 1).
tion required for supply operation. The
Materiel numerical codes (col. 1a).
manufacturer's code and part number is
This column indicates the respon-
also included for reference.
sible commodity command for the
materiel. The commodity com-
mand responsible for supply of
d. Unit of Issue (Col. 4). This column
items in this list are:
indicates the quantity to be requisitioned.
e. Quantity Authorized (Col. 5). This
column indicates the quantity of the listed
Source (col. 1b). This column in-
item authorized for stockage to constitute
dicates the selection status and
the prescribed load.
source for the listed item. Source
f. Illustration. (Col. 6). This column in-
codes used in this list are:
dicates the figure number of the illustra-
tion that depicts the listed item. When
more than one item appears on an illustra-
tion, the item number is also indicated.
Maintenance level (col. 1c). This
column indicates the lowest main-
tenance echelon authorized to in-
stall the listed item. Maintenance
level codes used in this list are:
Recoverability (col. 1d). This col-
umn indicates whether unservice-
able items should be returned for
recovery or salvage. When no code