heads of departments must consider many of the
computed to satisfy 85% of the forecasted demands of
factors discussed above.
the deployed fleet for a 90-day period. FIRL material
is positioned primarily at selected stock points.
SOURCE OF SUPPLY
The Consolidated Afloat Requisitioning Guide
Overseas (CARGO) is tailored for use by afloat
Learning Objective: Identify and
requisitioners when requisitioning material, except
understand the various sources of supply
used in the supply system.
procedures, explanation of tables and required reports
are found in each chapter of the CARGO. Each
The material required to support your ship is
CARGO consists of four chapters as follows:
normally procured through the supply system.
Emergency procurement may be by transfer from
· Supply Sources and Requisitioning and
another ship or by purchase on the open market.
Operation orders and instructions specify the sources
· Ship's Store Afloat Requisitioning Load List
and Shopping Guide
· Subsistence Requisitioning Tables
When your ship is home-ported in the United
· Fleet Issue Load List (FILL) for Equipment-
States support normally is obtained from the nearest
Related and Consumable Material Carried by
supply supped activity or fleet industrial supply
the AFS (Combat Steam Ship)
· Copier Repair Parts carried by Atlantic and
They either furnish the material or pass the
Pacific FAFS Ships
requisition to the appropriate activity for action. The
The Tender and Repair Ship Load List (TARSLL)
supply department of a naval shipyard or other ashore
is a load list that has the items carried by tenders and
activity may issue maintenance items to ships while at
r e p a i r s h i p s . TA R S L L s i n c l u d e t h e f o l l ow i n g
t h a t a c t i v i t y. R e q u i s i t i o n s f o r m a j o r s t o c k
categories of items:
replenishment should be submitted to the established
supply support activity. Fleet commands may also use
· Equipment-related items required by an
Combat Logistics Forces (CLF) ships to support other
industrial ship to repair or alter equipment/
ships when desirable.
components installed in the supported ships.
· Industrial-related items required for the direct
support of shops and industrial services,
Combat Logistics Forces (CLF) units or overseas
provided by tender or repair ship.
bases as specified in their operation orders and
In addition, the Submarine Tender (AS) TARSLL
instructions supply ships in overseas waters. CLF
includes items of resupply required to support
supply support is normally by underway
replenishment. Procedures for obtaining CLF support
Other ships may be able to satisfy emergency
are found in the various fleet requisitioning guides.
requirements when no other source of supply is
Local commands and operating conditions determine
if the underway replenishment is to be by
c o nv e n t i o n a l r e p l e n i s h m e n t ( C O N R E P ) s h i p
a l o n g s i d e , ve r t i c a l r e p l e n i s h m e n t ( V E RT R E P )
helicopter, or both.
Learning Objective: Identify and use
The Fleet Issue Requirements List (FIRL)
different requisition documents submitted to
projects the material requirements for resupply
source supply system activities to obtain
support deployed forces of the Atlantic and Pacific
Fleets. It is based on actual usage factors for those
A r e q u i s i t i o n i s a n o r d e r f r o m a n a c t iv i t y
items most commonly requested by fleet units. Also
requesting material or services from another. Printed
for a limited number of additional items included for
forms designed to provide the information need the
support of CNO-approved weapons systems and
most common method of requisitioning for the
equipment. As set forth by the CNO, the FIRL is