Code indicates whether
actual quantity used in the specific item, are
unserviceable items should be re-
listed in parentheses following the repair part
turned for recovery or salvage. Items
not coded are expendable. Recover-
d. Unit of Issue, Column 4. This column
ability codes are:
indicates the unit used as a basis of issue, e.g.,
ea, pr, ft, yd, etc.
Applied to repair parts and assemblies
which are economically reparable at
umn 5. This column indicates the actual quanti-
DSU and GSU activities and are nor-
ty contained in the unit pack.
mally furnished by supply on an ex-
f. Quantity Incorporated in Unit, Column 6.
Applied to high dollar value recoverable
This column indicates the quantity of the item
repair parts which are subject to spe-
used in the equipment.
cial handling and are issued on an ex-
g. Quantity Furnished With Equipment,
change basis. Such repair parts are
Column 7. This column indicates the quantity
normally repaired or overhauled at de-
of an item furnished with the equipment in
pot maintenance activities.
Applied to repair parts specifically se-
excess of the quantity incorporated in the unit.
lected for salvage by reclamation units
h. Quantity Authorized, Column 8. This
because of precious metal content, criti-
column indicates the quantity of an item author-
cal materials, high dollar value reusable
ized the operator/crew to have on hand or to
casings and castings.
obtain as required. As required items are indi-
Column 2. This
b. Federal Stock Number,
cated with an asterisk.
column indicates the Federal stock number for
i. Illustration, Column 9. This column is
divided as f ollows:
c. Description, Column 3. This column indi-
cates the Federal item name and any additional
(1) Figure Number, column 9a, indicates
description required. A five-digit manufactur-
the figure number of the illustration
in which the item is shown.
er's or other service code is shown in parenthe-
(2) Item Number, column 9b, indicates
ses followed by the manufacturer's part
number. Repair parts quantities included in
the callout number used to reference
kits, sets, and assemblies that differ from the
the item in the illustration.