requisitions. Advice codes are found in NAVSUP
equipment is installed between overhauls, supply
personnel must submit a Configuration Change Report
to Naval Inventory Control Point Mechanicsburg
These advice codes have precedence over any
(NAVICP-MECH). NAVICP-MECH will furnish the
other advice code that may apply applicable to the
A l l owa n c e Pa r t s L i s t ( A P L ) t h a t s u p p o r t s t h e
requisition. When it is necessary to include additional
equipment. The supply officer is responsible for
advice codes in a requisition for a mandatory turn-in
adding the allowed repair parts from the APL to the
repairable, it is entered in the "Remarks" field, and the
SNSL-SRI and for ordering many deficient items.
a p p r o p r i a t e d o c u m e n t i d e n t i fi e r f o r i n d i c a t i n g
exception data (A0E or A05) must be entered in CC 13.
Some specialized equipment may be received with
boxed sets of repair parts that are retained by the
department. Replenishment of these parts is require on
the basis of a DTO request from the department as the
Requisitions for mandatory turn-in repairable will
parts are used.
be assigned priority 06 unless the urgency of need
justifies a higher priority.
Field Level Repairables
The basic policy and requisition procedures for
Field l eve l r e p a i r a b l e a r e r e p a i r a b l e i t e m s
Force instructions. Although the supply officer is not
identified by MCC "D" which is to be repaired at the
r e s p o n s i b l e f o r p r e p a r i n g o r f o l l ow i n g u p o n
local activity, if possible. If a field level repairable
ammunition requisitions, he will assist the weapons
cannot be repaired locally, it will be turned in at the
officer, when requested, in preparing the proper
MANDATORY TURN-IN REPAIRABLES
Supply officers can procure fuels from the
Mandatory turn-in repairable (MTRs) are high-cost
items that cannot be repaired on board. They are shipped
1. Fleet oilers, station tankers, yard oilers, and
to the nearest designated repair facility. These items are
procured and managed by the applicable inventory
manager on the assumption that unserviceable
2. Fuel depots and annexes.
repairable will be shipped promptly so they can be
3. Commercial shore installations, both foreign
repaired and placed in supply system stock for reissue.
and domestic under Defense Petroleum Supply Center
In effect, repair becomes a substitute for procuring
contracts (as listed in Defense Petroleum Supply Center
replenishment system stock. For this reason, control of
unserviceable repairable is as important to the
Storekeeper as the control of serviceable material.
4. Commercial shore installations in areas in
Alaska and Hawaii and outside the United States under
The Material Control Code (MCC) appearing in
contract to local Navy activities.
the Management List-Navy (ML-N) and in the Master
Repairable Item List (MRIL) (NAVSUP Publication
5. Other Navy combatant or supporting service
4107) identifies mandatory turn-in repairable. These
codes are E, G, H, Q, or X. Most mandatory turn-in
6. Shore installations of other services or agencies.
repairable are assigned MCC "H"; the other MCCs
apply to repairables that require special controls and
The responsibility for procuring fuels rests with
handling. MCC definitions are found in NAVSUP
the supply officer, who makes the arrangements with
the supplying activities or contractors. Fuel is
requisitioned on DD Form 1149.
FORMS AND PUBLICATIONS
Advice codes must be assigned to all requisitions
for mandatory turn-in repairable items. Generally,
Forms are requisitioned in the same manner as any
other consumable material on DD Form 1348.
advice code 5G will be cited in replacement