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Figure  5-1.-Example  of  MIISTRIP  requisition  documents.
Services   which   cannot   be   accomplished   by ship’s force. Not-in-excess requisitions are submitted directly to the supply  activity. In-Excess  Requisitions Requisitions   for   the   following   are   considered in-excess Controlled equipage not on the ship’s allowance list. 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. MILITARY STANDARD REQUISITIONING AND ISSUE PROCEDURES The Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) is used to order material from the   following: Military installations 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 MILSTRIP  requisitioning: DOD   Single   Line   Item   Requisition Document  (manual)  (DD  Form  1348) System 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 1348-6) For a detailed description of these forms and their use, refer to NAVSUP P-485. MATERIAL EXCLUDED The following types of materials are excluded from MILSTRIP. They will be requisitioned by DD Form 1149  unless  otherwise  indicated: 5-5 Ship’s 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 Office 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 Library  Manual 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 (RPS4) Nuclear  ordnance  items  designated  by  the Defense  Atomic  Support  Agency  for  item  serial number  control Presentation  silver

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