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The quantity of each item in the custody of another department,  plus  the  on-hand  quantity  of  any “backup”  stock  in  supply  department  storerooms, must  not  exceed  the  ship’s  prescribed  stockage objective.  IMA  technical  stores  will  not  include MTR  items,  critical  items,  or  PEB  items.  They also do not include bulkhead mounted spares or bulky   consumables   which   are   otherwise authorized  to  be  stored  in  other  departmental spaces. INTERMEDIATE  PACKAGE—The  consolidation of two or more unit packages for ease in handling, storage, and shipping by the use of tie, wrap, bag, or interior containers, limiting the weight to 35 pounds, when possible. INTRA—Within. Used in supply operations to refer to relationships or transactions entirely within one organization (intraship, intraservice, intrastate, etc.). INVENTORY—The  quantity  of  stocks  on  hand  for which  stock  records  (cards/listings/tape)  are maintained. It also means that the material on hand  is  physically  inspected  and  counted,  and stock records reconciled. INVENTORY    CONTROL—Information    in connection with material as to amounts on hand, amounts   on   order,   rate   of   consumption,   and prospective  future  rate  of  consumption. INVENTORY  SEGMENT—A  subgrouping  of  stock material  for  physical  inventory  purposes.  The segment  may  be  by  cognizance  symbol,  or  Federal supply  class.  The  segment  may  be  some  other form  of  commodity  grouping,  like  SIM  items, shelf-life  material,  boat  spares,  electron  tubes, boiler tubes, fire brick, and so on. ISSUE—Expenditure  of  material  from  the  supply officer’s custody to shipboard use. LOW  LIMIT—The  stock  position  that  signals  the need to initiate replenishment action. It includes the sum of stocks represented by the safety level and  the  order  and  shipping  time  (equivalent  to “reorder point”). JTR—Joint Travel Regulations, volume 1, Members of  the  Uniformed  Services  and  volume  2,  Civilian Personnel. MAINTENANCE   ASSISTANCE   MODULES (MAMS)—Replaceable   assemblies   (modules) needed  to  perform  an  approved  maintenance  plan which  calls  for  identifying  the  fault  of  failed module   through   progressive   and/or   selective module  substitution.  MAMs  are  found  in  the COSAL. MAINTENANCE   DATA   SYSTEM   (MDS)—A basic element of the 3-M program. It provides a means  of  recording  maintenance  actions  in  great detail.   In   addition   to   recording   maintenance actions performed, the system provides data about the initial discovery of the malfunction, such as how  the  equipment  malfunctioned,  how  many man-hours were expended, what equipment was involved, what repair parts and materials were used, what delays were incurred, the reasons for delay, and the technical specialty or rating that performed  the  maintenance. MAINTENANCE  AND  MATERIAL  MANAGE- MENT (3M)—A system of recording, reporting, and  evaluating  the  maintenance  requirements  of the  fleet. MAINTENANCE   SOURCE   CODE—A   code   that identifies the source of parts or other materials obtained from other than normal supply channels. When  applicable,  it  is  entered  on  NAVSUP  Form 1250-1  or  DD  Form  1348  to  document  and  report the   use   of   nonissued   maintenance   items. Maintenance   source   codes   are   found   in   the NAVSUP P-485. MANDATORY   TURN-IN—A   term   applied   to designated  repair  parts  and  components  and  which requires that the defective item be turned in when a  replacement  is  ordered MANIFEST—A detailed listing by type of all cargo loaded  in  any  one  conveyance  destined  for  a particular  discharge  point. MARKING—The application by stamping, printing, painting,  labeling  or  tagging  of  numbers,  item name,  NSN,  symbols,  or  colors  on  containers  and items   for   identification   during   shipment, handling,  and  storage. MATERIAL  CONTROL  CODE—A  one-letter  code assigned by the inventory manager to indicate the rate of usage or to designate those items having special  reporting  and/or  control  requirements. MCRL—Master Cross-Reference List. A conversion list from reference to NSN. AI-5

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