MECMilitary essentiality code, as indicated in the COSAL SNSL for repair parts and equipment-related consumables.
HICHazardous item code (H, F, M, or R) if the item is listed in the Consolidated Hazardous Item List (CHIL) or any other special material content (SMC) code that may be used for the item in the COSAL SNSL or Special Category Item List (SCIL).
SCCSecurity classification code, if applicable.
SLCShelf-life code, if applicable.
PEBA checkmark or X if item is designated as a PEB item.
REQUISITIONS OUTSTANDINGThe Julian date, serial number, and quantity applicable to each procurement document. Use the lowest part of the column, when applicable, for entry of NSN of a superseded, superseding, or substitute item.
When the original card is filled, prepare a new card, duplicating the stock item information except for usage data. Enter the beginning date on the new card. Bring forward the demand qantity and frequency of demand totals from the old card onto the new card. also, transfer any requisitions still outstanding. Retain the old card until the next supply overhaul arrives, and file it according to local practice.
Post stock record cards daily as you receive the receipt and issue documents. When you are posting the cards, place SIM items before non-SIM items.
Compare the following data elements on receipt documents with those on the stock record cards:
STOCK RECORD ENTRIESDATA IN AGREEMENTIf the data elements on the receipt documents and the stock record cards are in agreement, enter the Julian date of the receipt and the serial number of the related requisition in the REQUISITIONS OUTSTANDING column. Enter the receipt quantity in the RECEIPTS column and increase the balance in the ON HAND column by the quantity received. Then draw a single line through applicable requisition data in the REQUISITIONS OUTSTANDING column. See figure 12-19.
If an outstanding requisition for NIS-DTO materiel is indicated in the REQUISITIONS