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Military Standard Requisitioning And Issue Procedures
deployed forces of the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets. It is based  on  actual  usage  factors  for  those  items  most commonly requested by fleet units. Also for a limited number  of  additional  items  included  for  support  of CNO-approved  weapons  systems  and  equipments.  As set forth by the CNO, the FIRL is computed to satisfy 85%  of  the  forecasted  demands  of  the  deployed  fleet  for a 90-day period. FIRL material is positioned primarily at  selected  stock  points. The  Consolidated  Afloat  Requisitioning  Guide Overseas   (CARGO)   is   tailored   for   use   by   afloat requisitioners  when  requisitioning  material,  except ammunition,  from  CLF.  Content,  requisitioning procedures,  explanation  of  tables  and  required  reports are  found  in  each  chapter  of  the  CARGO.  Each CARGO  consists  of  four  chapters  as  follows: Supply  Sources  and  Requisitioning  Instructions Ship’s  Stem  Afloat  Requisitioning  Load  List and  Shopping  Guide Subsistence  Requisitioning  Tables Fleet  Issue  Load  List  (FILL)  for  Equipment- Related and Consumable Material Carried by the AFS  (Combat  Stem  Ship) The  Tender  and  Repair  Ship  Load  List  (TARSLL) is a load list that has the items carried by tenders and repair  ships.  TARSLLs  include  the  following  categories of  items: Equipment-related   items   required   by   an i n d u s t r i a l    s h i p    t o    r e p a i r    o r    a l t e r equipments/components  installed  in  the supported  ships. Industrial-related  items  required  for  the  direct support  of  shops  and  industrial  services, provided  by  tender  or  repair  ship. In  addition,  the  Submarine  Tender  (AS)  TARSLL includes  items  of  resupply  required  to  support submarines. Other  ships  may  be  able  to  satisfy  emergency requirements  when  no  other  source  of  supply  is available. PURCHASE The supply officer has the authority to purchase items and services that are not available in, or carried by the supply system. These purchases maybe made in the United States or foreign countries. In the United States, most purchases are made through supply departments or supply support activities ashore. In   foreign   ports,   local   commands   may   issue guidelines and restrictions pertaining to procurement by local purchase. For an indepth study of purchasing procedures   followed   by   afloat   activities,   refer   to NAVSUP  P-485. NOTE: On ships without Supply Corps officers, the commanding officer is authorized to make local purchases  under  the  same  circumstances  as  a  Supply Corps  officer. REQUISITIONING A requisition is an order from an activity requesting material  or  services  from  another.  The  most  common method  of  requisitioning  is  by  printed  forms  designed to  provide  the  information  needed  for  the  physical transfer of the material and accounting requirements. TYPES OF REQUISITIONS Most   requisitions   will   be   for   “not-in-excess” material,  but  there  will  be  occasions  when  “in-excess” material is required. Not-In-Excess   Requisitions Requisitions   for   the   following   are   considered not-in-excess Equipage on a ship’s allowance list needed to bring the amount on hand and on order up to full allowance. Consumable  supplies  listed  in  the  Navy  Stock Lists,  or  applicable  allowance  lists,  or  other consumable  supplies  except  nonstandard  items. Repair parts listed in ship’s allowances for which a requirement can be justified above the quantity fixed by the allowance. Repairable listed in an authorized allowance to bring on board the quantity authorized. Also to replace  a  repairable  shipped  to  the  designated repair   facility.   Requisitions   to   replace repairables will be on a one-for-one exchange basis.  Requisitions  for  repairables  that  exceed  a ship’s  allowance  and  requirements  must  be approved  by  the  inventory  manager. Material   other   than   consumable   supplies required  for  immediate  expenditure. 5-4

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