Fsubject to damage by freezing
Grequires refrigeration between 2° to 8°C (35° to 46°F)
Iflammable or oxidizing material
Man item containing potentially recoverable precious metals
Pan item with potency period or expiration date
Qdrug or other item requiring security storage and Schedule III, IV, and V
Ralcohol, alcoholic beverages, precious metal, or other substances requiring vault storage and Schedule II
Witem must be kept frozen for preservation
Navy Management Data List (NMDL) it contains information such as price and unit of issue. Authorized substitutions are listed here. A separate NMDL is published for each IL segment of the catalog.
Procurement is the act of obtaining materiels or services. Materiel may be procured by requisition or purchase. Requisitions are most frequently used, but purchase is used is used for procuring nonstandard materiel and emergency requirements.
MILSTRIP for ordering all materiel except for certain classes of materiel listed in NAVSUP P-485 and P-437. All items ordered from the Navy Supply System, other military installations, the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), and the Government Services Administration (GSA) will be procured using the MILSTRIP system. MILSTRIP requisitioning is based upon the use of a coded, single-line item document for each supply transaction. One of the following will be used.
DOD Single-Line Item Requisition System Document (Manual), DD 1348, is used by nonautomated ships without keypunch facilities as a requisition, requisition followup, modification, and cancellation and tracer requests on overdue shipments sent by insured, registered, or certified mail. This form is available in two-, four-, and six-part sets. See figure 12-2.
The two-part set is not used for requisitioning by afloat units but is used by nonautomated ships for requisition follow-up, modification, and cancellation and tracer requests. The four-part set is used for requisitioning from shore activities. The six-part set is used for requisitioning from other nonautomated ships and from automated ships when required.
Single-Line Item Consumption/Requisition Document (Manual), NAVSUP 1250-1, is a multipurpose form used as a consumption document by submarine forces, as a MILSTRIP requisitioning document by nonautomated ships of the submarine forces, and as an invoice document.
DOD Single-Line Item Requisition System Document (Mechanical), DD 1348m, is a standard manilla punchcard that is used for requisition, requisition followup, modification, and cancellation and tracer requests. It is also used by automated shore activities for various supply actions.
Non-NSN Requisition (Manual), DD 1348-6, is a six-part form used for requisitioning material that cannot be identified by an NSN, a Nato stock number, or an NICN (other than a permanent L coded NICN).
Requisitioning and Invoice/Shipping Document, DD 1149, is used for certain items that are excluded from MILSTRIP. These items are listed in NAVSUP P-485 and P-437. DD 1149 may be used as a requisitioning or receipt document. As a requisitioning document, use this form to procure GSA contract items, such as medical books and journals and standard nonstocked and nonstandard NAVMEDCOM-controlled items requiring local purchase action. Also, use this form for items that cannot be adequately described, transferred, expended, or receipted on DD 1348-1.