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PRIORITY   DELIVERY   DATE—The   maximum standard  delivery  date  for  requested  material based  on  date  and  priority  of  the  requisition. PRIORITY  SYSTEM—A  means  of  establishing  the relative  importance  of  a  requisition  for  the purpose   of   assigning   a   priority.   The   present system is based on the Force/Activity Designator and  the  urgency  of  need. PRIVATE  MESS—A  mess  (such  as  the  wardroom mess)  in  which  the  cost  involved  is  not  met  by appropriated  funds. PROCUREMENT—The  act  of  obtaining  materials or  services. PROJECT  CODE—A  three-character  code  used  on requisitions  to  identify  the  purpose  for  which  the material  is  ordered. RATION—One day’s legal allowance of food for one person READY   SERVICE   SPARES   (RSS)—Repair   parts and  spares  designated  by  Hardware  Systems Commands    (HSCs)    during    Maintenance Engineering  Analysis  (MEA)  to  be  stored  in  or near certain equipments for troubleshooting and for  effecting  rapid  equipment/system  repairs,  A ready  service  spare  will  appear  in  the  COSAL. This  item  may  also  appear  in  the  SNSL  as  a storeroom  item  if  usage  warrants  backup  support. REFERENCE   NUMBER—A   number   used   to identify a repair part. It may be a manufacturer’s part number, a drawing number, or a specification or  standards  number. REORDER POINT—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  ‘low  limit”). REPAIR  PART—A  manufactured  and  replaceable part  or  assembly  for  a  piece  of  machinery  or equipment.   Items,   including   modules   and consumable-type   materials,   that   have   an equipment   application   and   appears   in   an Allowance   Parts   List   (APL),   Stock   Number Sequence   List   (SNSL),   Integrated   Stock   List (ISL),  Naval  Sea  Systems  Command  drawings,  or a   manufacturer’s   handbook   The   COSAL   lists repair  parts  and  equipment-related  consumables normally  stocked  by  the  supply  department. REPAIRABLE—A component or part designated by the  cognizant  inventory  manager  as  an  item  that can  be  economically  repaired  when  it  becomes unserviceable.  These  recoverable  items  represent a  high  monetary  investment,  and  their  availability is  essential  to  fleet  operations.  Some  of  these items   may   be   disposed   of   locally   when   they become unserviceable and cannot be repaired by an organizational or intermediate maintenance activity. Mandatory turn-in repairables must be transferred  to  a  designated  depot  level  repair facility   when   they   become   unserviceable   and cannot  be  locally  repaired. REPARABLE ITEM—A component or item that can be returned to an operable condition by the use of repair parts or by overhaul. REQUISITIONING   OBJECTIVE—The   maximum quantity of material to be maintained on hand and on order to sustain current operations. It includes the  sum  of  stocks  represented  by  operating  level, safety   level,   and   order   and   shipping   time (equivalent to “high limit”). RETAIL   ITEMS—Merchandise   sold   through   the ship’s  store. RETENTION   LIMIT—The   maximum   quantity   of an item authorized to be retained on board load carrying  ships.  The  retention  limit  consists  of  the allowance  and/or  load  list  quantity(ies)  (or  the requisitioning  objective  for  demand-based  items), plus  the  economic  retention  quantity  as  authorized by  CINCLANFLT  or  CINCPACFLT.  Any  long supply   that   exceeds   the   retention   limit   is considered excess. RETROGRADE—Any   movement   to   the   rear. Material that is being returned to rear supply or maintenance  echelons  away  from  the  forward theater. REVOLVING  FUND—A  fund  established  to  carry out   a   cycle   of   operations.   Such   a   fund   is replenished  by  earnings  or  is  reimbursed  by collections or by charges to other appropriations for   such   items   as   commodities   furnished   or services  rendered. ROUTING   IDENTIFIER—A   three-digit   code assigned  to  all  supply  support  activities,  other ashore activities with supply departments, and mechanized ships for the purpose them  on  MILSTRIP  documents. of identifying AI-8

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