BASIC ISSUE ITEMS
Section I. INTRODUCTION
(3) Maintenance. The lowest maintenance
echelon authorized to use, stock, install,
or manufacture the part is indicated by the
publications required in 1st echelon maintenance and
following code symbol:
operation, initially issued with, or authorized for the
snow removal unit.
and 2d Echelon)
2. Explanation of Columns
b. Federal Stock Numbers. When a Federal stock
a. Source Codes.
number is available for a part, it will be shown in this
(1) Technical service. This column lists the
column, and used for requisitioning purposes.
basic number of technical service
assigned supply responsibility for the part.
Blank spaces denote Corps of Engineers
(1) The item name and a brief description of
supply responsibility. General Engineer
the part are shown.
supply parts are identified by the letters
(2) A five-digit Federal supply code for
GE in parentheses, following the
manufacturers and/or other technical
nomenclature in the description column.
services is shown in parentheses followed
Other technical services basic numbers
by the manufacturer's part number. This
number will be used for requisitioning
purposes when no Federal stock number
is indicated in the Federal stock number
12-Adjutant General's Corps
column. Example: (33844) 16161
(2) Source. The selection status and source
(3) The letters GE shown in parentheses
of supply for each part are indicated by
immediately following the description,
one of the following code symbols:
responsibility for the part.
(a) P-applied to high mortality repair
parts which are stocked in or
d. Unit of Issue. Where no abbreviation is shown
supplied from the technical service
in this column, the unit of issue is "each."
depot system, and authorized for
Those items classified as
use at indicated maintenance
nonexpendable are indicated by letters NX. Items not
indicated by NX are expendable.
(b) P1-applied to repair parts which are
f. Quantity Authorized.
This column lists the
low mortality parts, stocked in or
quantities or repair parts, accessories, tools, or
supplied from technical service
publications authorized for issue to the equipment
operator or crew as required.
installation at indicated maintenance