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-
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
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
. In card column 54, you should enter the
appropriate distribution code, per the fleet or
TYCOMs 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
. 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
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
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
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.