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Figure  5-9.óDAAS  CASREP  requisition  message.
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A2   of   the   service   message.   Line   A2   is   not necessary, and if not included, DAAS will furnish you with the DAAS output message data so that you  can  accomplish  the  desired  action. NOT  OPERATIONAL  READY- SUPPLY/NOT   MISSION CAPABLE-SUPPLY  REQUISITIONS Not  operational  ready-supply  (NORS)  requisi- tions  are  those  submitted  for  a  casualty  report (CASREP) requirement, as defined in the  Navy Warfare   Publication   10-1-10.  A  not  mission capable-supply  (NMCS)  requisition  is  any  requisi- tion submitted for aeronautical material required to  correct  an  aircraft  NMCS  condition. Preparation  of  NORS/NMCS Requisitions NORS  or  NMCS  requisitions  should  be prepared   in   the   same   format   as   routine MILSTRIP   requisitions.   Specific   data   entries required   in   NORS   or   NMCS   requisitions   are described  as  follows: . Enter an S, or other appropriate media and status  code  in  card  column  7. .  The  first  position  of  the  serial  number should be a W for a NORS and a G for an NMCS requirement. .  In  card  column  54,  you  should  enter  the appropriate  distribution  code,  per  the  fleet  or TYCOM’s  instructions,  to  identify  who  is  to receive 100 percent supply and shipment status (normally  it  is  your  ship). l  In  card  columns  57-59  enter  the  correct project code that applies to a NORS or an NMCS requisition. .  In  the  Priority  block  enter  the  highest priority  authorized  by  the  urgency  of  need  and assigned   force/activity   designator   (F/AD). .  The  Required  Delivery  Date  block  will  be used  when  the  material  required  is  critically needed. You can use 999 when the requisition is considered  a  C2,  C3,  or  C4  CASREP. Transmittal of NORS or NMCS  Requisitions Requisitions   for   NORS   or   NMCS   require- ments will be transmitted by naval message unless transmittal by other means such as mail, trans- ceiver,  or  courier  is  considered  to  be  faster. Expediting NORS or NMCS Requisitions Any   requests   for   emergency   assistance   of NORS or NMCS requisition requirements should be  directed  to  the  emergency  supply  operations center  (ESOCs).  For  a  complete  listing  of  these various  ESOCs,  see  NAVSUPINST  4420.27. UNIFORM   MATERIAL   MOVEMENT AND  ISSUE  PRIORITY  SYSTEM An integral and vital part of the MILSTRIP is  the  requirement  to  assign  priorities  by  the standards   set   forth   in   the   Uniform   Material Movement and Issue Priority System (UMMIPS). In  the  movement  and  issue  of  material,  it  is necessary   to   establish   a   common   basis   to determine  the  relative  importance  of  competing demands for resources of the supply system such as   transportation,   warehousing,   requisition processing,  and  material  assets.  The  basis  for expressing the military urgency of a requirement is the priority designator (PD). The PD assigned to  a  requisition  determines  the  time  frame  within which  your  requirement  normally  will  be  pro- cessed by the supply system. The PDs to be used in   requisitioning   material   or   services   will   be determined by your assigned F/AD and the appli- cable  urgency  of  need  designator  (UND). Exceptions of Priority Designator UMMIPS   authorizes   the   assignment   of specified PDs in requisitions for certain material requirements, regardless of your assigned F/AD. The types of material and the PD authorized for certain  types  are  described  below.  Some  of  the PDs   are   authorized   for   immediate   end-use requirements   and   for   stock   replenishment requirements. MEDICAL OR DISASTER SUPPLIES OR EQUIPMENT.—  PD  03  will  be  used  to  order medical or disaster supplies or equipment required immediately to prolong life or speed recovery in case  of  injury,  illness,  or  disease. 5-15

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