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FLEET INTENSIFIED REPAIRABLE MANAGEMENT (FIRM) ITEMS FIRM repairable are those MTR items which the SPCC  has  designated  for  intensive  management  to obtain  improved  support  of  selected  critical  shipboard weapons systems. (FIRM repairables listed in the MRIL are identified by material control code “E in the “MCC” column, and by “FIRM ITEM” in the “Notes” column.)  Requisitions  of  nonautomated  activities  (and of  automated  activities  when  an  AUTODIN  facility  is not   available)   will   be   transmitted   by   MILSTRIP message to be submitted via the DAAS. An example of a MILSTRIP message for a FIRM MTR item is shown in figure 5-10. Field  Level  Repairable Field   level   repairable   are   repairable   items identified by MCC “D” which are to be repaired at the local  activity  if  possible. If a field level repairable cannot be repaired locally, it will be turned in at a local tender. FUEL Supply   officers   can   procure   fuels   from   the following sources: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Fleet oilers, station tankers, yard oilers, and tenders. Fuel  depots  and  annexes. Commercial shore installations, both foreign and domestic under Defense Petroleum Supply Center  contracts  (as  listed  in  the  Defense Petroleum  Supply  Center  Contract  Bulletins). Commercial  shore  installations  in  areas  in Alaska  and  Hawaii  and  outside  the  United  States under contract to local Navy activities. Other Navy combatant or supporting service force  ships. Shore installations of other services or agencies. The responsibility for procuring fuels rests with the supply  officer,  who  makes  the  arrangements  with  the supplying activities or contractors. Figure 5-10.—Example of a MILSTRIP message for a FIRM MTR item. 5-17

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