Integrated 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 non-equipment-related
Location tells each area in which the item is stored.
High Limit, Low Limit, Safety Level
(HL, LL, SL)
High limit, low limit, and safety level quantities
are computed in accordance with NAVSUP P-485 and
recorded on the NAVSUP 1114.
Allowance List Quantity (A/L QTY)
Allowance list quantity (A/L QTY) is filled in for
items on the AMAL/ADAL and left blank for
Allowance Type Code (AT)
The AT code is assigned by the Integrated
Logistics Overhaul (ILO). It is a single-character
numeric code based on the item use, requirement to be
carried, or usage rates. When an item is added between
ILOs, assign the appropriate AT code.
The E/R/C codes are used for equipage items (E),
repair parts and equipment-related consumables (R),
or for general-use consumables (C). Equipage items
(E) are for special accounting class 207 ships only.
The BEG.MO.DE codes are the beginning date of
the demand period, generally the date of the last ILO.
When the original (ILO-prepared) card is filled and a
new card is prepared, bring this date forward to the new
card with the demand and frequency of demand
recorded on the original card. When a card is prepared
between ILOs, the demand date is the date of the initial
Demand Frequency Brought Forward (DFBF)
The demand frequency brought forward (DFBF)
code is the total brought forward from a filled stock
record onto a new stock record.
The URG code is a checkmark or X if the item is
listed in the Consolidated Afloat Requisitioning Guide
The MRT code is a checkmark or X if the item is
listed in the SERVMART shopping list of the local
supply support activity.
Economic Order Item (EOI)
The economic order item (EOI) is a checkmark or
X if the item is listed as an economic order item
(low-cost item that may be ordered in a 90-day quantity
if cost does not exceed ).
Critical Item (CI)
The critical item (CI) is a checkmark or X if the
item is listed as a critical item.
Military Essentiality Code (MEC)
The military essentiality code (MEC) is indicated
in the Coordinated Shipboard Allowance List
(COSAL) stock number sequence list (SNSL) for
repair parts and equipment-related consumables.
Security Classification Code (SCC)
The security classification code (SCC) is used
Shelf-Life Code (SLC)
The shelf-life code (SLC) is used when applicable.
Pre-Expended Bin (PEB) Item
The PEB code is a checkmark or X used on the
NAVSUP 1114 when the item is designated as a
pre-expended bin item (e.g., nuts, bolts), or when the
unit of issue is large.
The requisition outstanding code is the Julian date,
serial number, and quantity applicable to each