and the on-hand number should match. See figure
14-8. If differences exist in the onhand quantity,
locations, or other stock record data, reconcile
such differences by the procedures outlined in
STOCK RECORD CARDS
Without stock record cards, it would be im-
possible to maintain adequate stocks of material
necessary for the operation of the medical depart-
ment of a ship. Procurement of stock must be
based on the information contained on the stock
The two stock record cards most commonly
used in recording usage data are the Stock Record
Card, Afloat, NAVSUP 1114, and the Stock
Record Card, NAVSUP 766. Maintain stock
records for all items of stocked material.
DESCRIPTION OF NAVSUP 1114
The preprinted captions appearing on the top
line and at the bottom of the card are identical
and most are familiar and self-explanatory. Ad-
ditional information on some of the top and
second line data elements may help you to under-
stand the captions and the source and use of the
M/CThe material control code is a single
alphabetic character assigned by the inventory
control manager to segregate items into more
manageable grouping of fast-, medium-, or slow-
moving items or to relate to field activities special
reporting and control requirements. This is a first-
line entry and is mandatory for repairable items.
APL/AEL no.Allowance Parts List/Allow-
ance Equipage List number for repair parts and
equipment-related consumable items. If the Inte-
grated Stock List (ISL) indicated that more than
one AEL or APL applies to the same item, enter
the letter M instead of the AEL/APL number.
Enter General Use or GUCL for nonequip-
LOCATIONEach location in which the
item is stored.
HL, LL, SLHigh limit, low limit, and safety
level quantities are computed in accordance with
NAVSUP P-485 and recorded here.
Figure 14-8.Posting inventory
to stock records.