exception data. See the REMARKS section of the illustration below.
The document identifier AØ5 or AØ6 is used as indicated here.
CCs 4-6, ROUTING IDENTIFIERRouting identifiers are three-character codes that identify a specific activity. They are assigned to all DOD and GSA supply support activities and other activities ashore with supply departments. The routing identifier must agree with the activity shown in data block A. This block is left blank on requisitions submitted to nonautomated ships for which no routing identifier is assigned. Many of the naval supply activities show more than one routing identifier. For example, NSC, Norfolk, VA, has the following routing identifiers:
On all requisitions to a supply activity, use the routing identifier for Navy materiel, for example, NNZ for NSC Norfolk as shown here. The others are for interservice transactions.
CC 7, M&S CODEThe media and status (M&S) code is a single-character code that indicates the type of status required, who is to receive the status, and how the status is to be furnished, for example, communications media. Appropriate codes may be selected to provide:
Ships not equipped with transceivers must not assign codes 2, 4, B, D, K, M, S, and U because these codes request status by transceiver. For example, when the requisitioner desires exception status by message, the M&S code in the data block will be 6 as illustrated.
CCs 8-22, STOCK NUMBER1When requisitioning materiel with an NSN, enter the four-character FSC in CCs 8-11; enter the two-character NCB code and the remaining seven characters of NIIN in CCs 12-20. When applicable to a designated item, enter the two-character