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Figure 5-6.óNon-NSN Requisition, NAVSUP Form 1250-2.
In determining stock requirements, you must take  into  consideration  geographic  and  climatic conditions;  the  expected  length  of  cruises;  the  type of operations, such as combat, training, or other missions;  and  the  availability  of  supply  activities. You   can   also   check   with   other   ships’   supply departments  to  see  what  they  carried  on  de- ployment.  You  also  must  consider  the  expected needs of operating departments for maintenance materials  and  consult  with  department  personnel in that regard. Of course, your determination of requirements   must   be   made   per   the   ship’s endurance   schedule,   the   stock   limits   and allowances   established   by   the   cognizant commands,   NAVSEA   weight   restrictions,   and logistic  commanders’  endurance  limitations, MILITARY   STANDARD REQUISITIONING  AND  ISSUE PROCEDURES The   Military   Standard   Requisitioning   and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) should be used for ordering  all  material  from  the  Navy  supply system,   other   military   activities,   the   Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), and the GSA. There are certain materials that are excluded from using the MILSTRIP,  and  they  will  be  addressed  later. MILSTRIP  Requisitioning  Forms MILSTRIP requisitioning uses a coded, single line item document for each supply transaction. One of the following documents can be used for MILSTRIP   requisitioning: l l l l l DOD  Single  Line  Item  Requisition  System Document,  Manual,  DD  Form  1348 Single  Line  Item  Consumption/Requisi- tion  Document,  Manual,  NAVSUP  Form 1250-1 Non-NSN   Requisition   (4491),   NAVSUP Form 1250-2 DOD  Single  Line  Item  Requisition  System Document,  Mechanical,  DD  Form  1348m DOD  Single  Line  Item  Requisition  System by Document, Manual-Long Form, DD Form 1348-6 DD FORM 1348.— The DD Form 1348 is used nonautomated  ships  without  card  punch capabilities. You can use this form for follow-ups, modifiers, cancellations, and for a requisition to order  material.  The  DD  Form  1348  comes  in  two-, four-,  and  six-part  forms. The two-part form can be used for requisition follow-ups,  cancellations,  and  modifiers.  The four-  and  six-part  forms  will  mainly  be  used  to requisition  material  for  the  command. NAVSUP  FORM  1250-1.—  This  form  is  a seven-part, multipurpose  form  used  as  a requisition/consumption document. It is used by all  types  of  ships  from  submarines  to  aircraft carriers. Automated and nonautomated ships use the   NAVSUP   Form   1250-1.   On   board   the automated  ships,  the  form  will  be  pin  fed  through a printer. NAVSUP  FORM  1250-2.—   The   NAVSUP Form 1250-2 is a dual-purpose document for use by  afloat  activities  to  requisition  non-NSN/part numbered  items  from  Navy  supply  sources  and to record and report demand and usage data. The form  is  a  combination  of  the  DD  Form  1348-6 and the NAVSUP Form 1250-1. Use of the form allows afloat supply personnel to requisition and report  the  demand  and  usage  on  a  single document   instead   of   completing   a   separate NAVSUP  Form  1250-1  and  a  DD  Form  1348-6 for  each  item.  The  NAVSUP  Form  1250-2  is  a seven-part  document  and  may  only  be  used  by afloat activities and only at Navy supply activities. See figure 5-6 for an example of a NAVSUP Form 1250-2. DD FORM 1348m.— The DD Form 1348m is a  standard  electric  accounting  machine  (EAM) card that is used by automated ships. It is used primarily  for  requisitions.  It  can  be  used  for requisition   follow-ups,   modifiers,   cancellation requests,  and  for  MOV  responses.  Automated shore  activities  also  use  it  for  supply  status, shipment   status, follow-up   replies,   and cancellation   confirmations. DD FORM 1348-6.—  The DD Form 1348-6 is a six-part form that is used for requisitioning non- NSN items. It is used to order material that cannot be identified by a stock number, The form consists of  two  sections.  The  upper  section  is  filled  out just like any other form that you use to requisition material.  The  bottom  half  has  about  15  blocks to  fill  out  additional  identification  data  on  the 5-10

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