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APPENDIX B BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST
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turned  for  recovery  or  salvage.    Items  not  coded  are expendable. Recoverability codes are: Code Explanation R Applied to repair parts and assemblies which  are  economically  repairable  at DSU and GSU activities and are nor- mally    furnished    by    supply    on    an exchange basis. T Applied to high dollar value recoverable repair  parts  which  are  subject  to special   handling   and   are   issued on   an   exchange   basis.      Such repair parts are normally repaired or   overhauled   at   depot   mainte nance activities. U Applied to repair parts specifically selected for salvage by reclamation    units    be    cause    of precious    metal    content,    critical materials, high dollar value reusable casings and castings. b. Federal    Stock    Number,    Column    (2).        This column indicates the Federal stock number for the item. c. Description, Column (3).  This column indicates the Federal item name and any additional description of the  item  required.    A  part  number  or  other  reference number  is  followed  by  the  applicable  five-digit  Federal supply  code  for  manufacturers  in  parentheses.    Repair parts  quantities  included  in  kits,  sets,  and  assemblies are shown in front of the repair part name. d. Unit    of    Issue,    Column    (4).        This    column indicates the unit used as a basis for issue, e.g., ea.  pr, ft.  yd, etc. e. Quantity Incorporated in Unit rack, Column (5). This  column  indicates  the  actual  quantity  contained  in the unit pack. f. Quantity Incorporated in Unit, Column (6).  This column  indicates  the  quantity  of  the  item  used  in  the functional group. g. Quantity   Furnished   With   Equipment,   Column (7).      This   column   indicates   the   quantity   of   an   item furnished with the equipment. h. Quantity  Authorized,  Column  (8).    This  column indicates    the    quantity    of    an    item    authorized    the operator/crew to have on hand or to obtain as required. As required items are indicated with an-asterisk. i. Illustration, Column (9).  This column is divided as follows: (1) Figure  Number,  column  (9a).     Indicates the figure number of the illustration in which the item is shown. (2) Item Number, column (9b).  Indicates the callous   number   used   to   reference   the   item   in   the illustration. B  4.    Explanation  of  Columns  in  the  Tabular  list  of Maintenance and Operating Supplies-Section III a. Component    Application,    Column    (1).        This column   identifies   the   component   application   of   each maintenance or operating supply item. b. Federal    Stock    Number,    Column    (2).        This column indicates the Federal stock number for the item and will be used for requisitioning purposes. c. Description, Column (3).  This column indicates the item and brief description. d. Quantity Required for Initial Operation, Column (4).        This    column    indicates    the    quantity    of    each maintenance or operating supply item required for initial operation of the equipment. e. Quantity    Required    for    8    Hours    Operation, Column   (5).      This   column   indicates   the   estimated quantities    required    for    an    average    eight    hours    of operation. f. Notes,   Column   (6).      This   column   indicates informative    notes    keyed    to    data    appearing    in    a preceding column. B-5.  Abbreviations Abbreviations Explanation ea ................................ .................. each B-2

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