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Block 6:   Enter the requisition number.   Number your requisitions consecutively beginning with number 1 on 1 October followed by the Fiscal Year (FY) for example, 1-01, 2-01, etc. Block 7:  Enter the requisition page number 1 of 1 in this section.  If more than one page is used, then enter 1 of 2, 2 of 2, etc. Block 8:  Enter the group of forms or items in numerical order. Block 9:  Enter the quantity requested.  (Ensure that this quantity is the same as the quantity you entered on PS Form 1586 under the ORDER block.) Block 10:  Enter the Unit of Issue; i.e., BK (Book), EA (Each), PD (Pad), etc. 12-14 JULIAN DATE CALENDAR FOR LEAP YEARS ONLY PCt12003 Table 12-3. An example of a Julian date calendar for leap year

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