Services which cannot be accomplished by
Not-in-excess requisitions are submitted directly to the
Requisitions for the following are considered
Controlled equipage not on the ships allowance
Controlled equipage on the allowance list but in
greater quantities than allowed.
Nonstandard consumable supplies when similar
items are available in the supply system.
Repair parts not listed in ships allowances for
which a requirement cannot be justified.
In-excess requisitions are prepared in the same way
as other requisitions. However they are first submitted,
under a letter of transmittal via the chain of command,
to higher authority for approval. The supply officer is
responsible for submitting these requisitions to higher
authority for this approval.
Repairable may not be stocked in quantities in
excess of the authorized allowance. Therefore, no
in-ecess requisitions may be submitted for repairables.
REQUISITIONING AND ISSUE
The Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue
Procedures (MILSTRIP) is used to order material from
Defense Logistics Agency
General Services Administration
The paragraph entitled MATERIAL EXCLUDED
lists materials not ordered by these procedures.
MILSTRIP REQUISITIONING FORMS
MILSTRIP requisitioning is the use of a coded,
single line item document for each supply transition.
One of the following documents could be used for
DOD Single Line Item Requisition
Document (manual) (DD Form 1348)
Single Line Item Consumption/Requisition
Document (manual) (NAVSUP Form 1250-1)
DOD Single Line Item Requisition System
Document (mechanical) (DD Form 1348m)
Non-NSN Requisition (manual) (DD Form
For a detailed description of these forms and their
use, refer to NAVSUP P-485.
The following types of materials are excluded from
MILSTRIP. They will be requisitioned by DD Form
1149 unless otherwise indicated:
Ships propulsion fuel and bulk lubricants
Cognizance symbol I material not assigned a
13-character Navy item control number(NICN).
This includes standardization documents and
departmental letter-type directives
Material controlled by the Navy Oceanographic
Cognizance symbol OK library materials
controlled by the Chief of Naval Education and
Training (CNET). They are requisitioned by
letter in accordance with the Naval General
Industrial plant equipment is requisitioned using
DOD Production Equipment Requisition/
Nonavailability Certificate (DD Form 1419)
Communications security equipment,
communication security aids (keying material).
All items, including components, individual
elements, and repair parts, which are classified
and designated crypto and handled through
crypto channels. Use of the DD Form 1149 is
not appropriate for items for which other
procurement methods are prescribed in the
Registered Publication Systems Manual 4
Nuclear ordnance items designated by the
Defense Atomic Support Agency for item serial