h. Quantity Authorized, Column (8). This
ized to install the listed item. The
column indicates the quantity of an item au-
maintenance level codes are:
thorized the operator/crew to have on hand or
to obtain as required. As required items are in-
dicated with an asterisk.
O Organizational maintenance
(3) Recoverability Code, indicates wheth-
i. Illustration, Column (9). This column is
er unserviceable items should be re-
divided as follows:
turned for recovery or salvage. Items
(1) Figure Number, column 9a. Indicates
not coded are expendable. Recover-
the figure number of the illustration
ability codes are:
in which the item is shown.
(2) Item Number, column 9b. Indicates
Applied to repair parts and assemblies
the callout number used to reference
which are economically repairable at
the item in the illustration.
DSU and GSU activities and are normal-
ly furnished by supply on an exchange
B-4. Explanation of Columns In the Tabular
Applied to high dollar value recoverable
list of Maintenance and Operating
repair parts which are subject to special
handling and are issued on an exchange
basis. Such repair parts are normally re-
a. Component Application, Column (1).
paired or overhauled at depot mainte-
This column identifies the component applica-
tion of each maintenance or operating supply
U Applied to repair parts specifically selected
for salvage by reclamation units because
b. Federal Stock Number, Column (2). This
of precious metal content, critical materi-
als, high dollar value reusable casings
column indicates the Federal stock number for
the item and will be used for requisitioning
b. Federal Stock Number, Column (2).
c. Description, Column (3). This column in-
This column indicates the Federal stock num-
dicates the item and brief description.
ber for the item.
d. Quantity Required for Initial Operation,
c. Description, Column (3). This column
Column (4). This column indicates the quan-
indicates the Federal item name and any addi-
tity of each maintenance or operating supply
tional description of the item required. A part
item required for initial operation of the equip
number or other reference number is followed
by the applicable five-digit Federal supply code
e. Quantity Required for 8 Hours Operation,
for manufacturers in parentheses. Repair parts
Column (5). This column indicates the esti-
quantities included in kits, sets, and assemblies
mated quantities required for an average eight
are shown in front of the repair part name.
hours of operation.
d. Units of Issue, Column (4). This column
f. Notes, Column (6). This column indi-
indicates the unit used as a basis for issue, e.g.,
cates informative notes keyed to data appearing
ea, pr, ft, yd, etc.
in a preceding column.
e. Quantity Incorporated in Unit Pack, Col-
umn (5). This column indicates the actual
B-5. Federal Supply Code for Manufacturers
quantity contained in the unit pack.
f. Quantity Incorporated in Unit, Column
(6). This column indicates the quantity of the
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item used in the functional group.
g. Quantity Furnished With Equipment,
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Column (7). This column indicates the quan-
tity of an item furnished with the equipment.
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