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DIAL [2]) should be entered in data block 29 of the issue request. Since deficiencies of repair parts with a unit price  of  less  than  $2  are  not  included  in  the  DIAL program,  ships  must  replenish  such  items  per  the TYCOM’s replenishment policy. If a non-SIM item was formerly a SIM item and the on-hand quantity exceeds the allowance quantity authorized in the COSAL, no replenishment action is taken until the on-hand quantity is reduced to less than the allowance quantity (or to the quantity authorized by the TYCOM). LOAD OUT FOR EXTENDED DEPLOYMENT At   least   30   days   before   the   scheduled commencement of an extended deployment (for more than 30 days), a ship should: l revise the high and low limits of its SIM items not included in the  Consolidated  Afloat  Requisitioning Guide  Overseas  (CARGO) to reflect an O&ST of 90 days if deploying to the Western Pacific, or an O&ST of 75 days if deploying to other areas; and . submit requisitions for material required to bring on-hand quantities of all SIM items up to authorized high limits before deployment. Also, if so directed in service force instructions, submit requisitions for the first  scheduled  underway  replenishment  (UNREP)  or CLF  replenishment  (for  replacement  of  materials expected  to  be  consumed  between  the  deployment commencement  date  and  the  first  UNREP  or  CLF replenishment). STOCK  REPLENISHMENT  PROCEDURES The NAVSUP Form 1250-1 is used to process an issue, loss by inventory, or to create a shortage that causes  a  stock  replenishment  requirement  that  is normally  used  to  initiate  a  requisition.  If  a  requirement for  stock  material  is  determined,  a  NAVSUP  Form 1250-1 is prepared to requisition the material. Data entries on the form should be completed or verified before placing the document in the procurement action file. Before you initiate the document with a requisition number,  you  should  verify  all  the  replenishment  data  of a non-SIM item against the ML-N. If it is a SIM item, you can take the information off the stock record card. Upon doing this you are now ready to order the material for  stock. 8-16

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