REPAIR PARTS SUPPLY
a. The basic policies and procedures in AR 710-2 and AR 725-50, are generally applicable to repair parts
management for construction equipment.
b. Manufacturer's parts manuals are furnished with the Melter instead of Department of the Army Repair
Parts and Special Tool List (RPSTL).
c. National Stock Number (NSNs) are initially assigned only to PLL/ASL parts and major assemblies, i.e.,
engines transmissions, etc. Additional NSNs are assigned by the supply support activities as demands warrant.
d. Automated Processing (AUTODIN) of Federal Supply Code Manufacturer (FSCM) part number
requisitions, without edit for matching NSNs and exception data, is authorized.
e. Proper use of project codes on parts requisitions is essential.
f. Repair parts are available from commercial sources and may be purchased locally in accordance with AR
710-2 and AR 735-110.
g. Initial Prescribed Load List (PLL) and Authorized Stock List (ASL) will be distributed by US Army Tank
Automotive Command (TACOM), ATTN: DRSTA-FH, Warren, Michigan 48090.
3-2. Prescribed Load List (PLL)
The PLL distributed by TACOM is an estimated 15 days supply recommended for initial stockage at
organizational maintenance. Management of PLL items will be governed by the provisions of AR 710-2 and
local command procedures. Selection of PLL parts for shipment to CONUS/OCONUS units is based upon the
receiving Commands recommendation after their review of the TACOM prepared list. Organizations and
activities in CONUS/OCONUS will establish PLL stocks through normal requisitioning process.
3-3. Authorized Stockage List (ASL)
The ASL distributed by TACOM is an estimated 45 days supply of repair parts for support units and activities.
The ASL parts will be shipped according to the recommendations of the receiving commands, after they have
reviewed the initial list distributed by TACOM. Support units and activities in CONUS/OCONUS will establish
ASL stocks through normal requisitioning process.
3-4. Requisitioning Repair Parts
a. Using Units/Organizations. Requisitions (DA Form 2765 Series) will be prepared according to AR 710-2
and local command directives. Units in CONUS will use project code "BGW" in block 19. Units OCONUS will
enter in block 19 project code "JZC", appendix F.
b. Support Units and Activities.
(1) General: All MILSTRIP requisitions (DD Form 1348 Series) prepared for repair parts support will
include distribution and project codes, see appendixes G, H, and I.
(2) Distribution Code. Supply customers in CONUS will use code "F" in card column 54. Customer
OCONUS will use the appropriate code from Appendix P, paragraph P-3, AR 725-50.
(3) Project Codes. The applicable project code will be entered in card columns 57-59 of requisitions for
NSN parts, whether CONUS or OCONUS customers. Project Code "BGW" will also be used by CONUS
customers when requisitioning part numbered parts. Supply customers OCONUS will use project code "JZC"
for part numbered parts.
3-5. Submitting Requisitions
a. Using Units and Organizations will submit DA Form 2765 Series requisitions to designated support units
or activities in accordance with local procedures.
b. Support units and activities will forward MILSTRIP requisitions for NSN parts through the Defense
Automated Addressing System (DAAS) to the Managing Supply Support Activity. Requisitions for part
numbered part will be forwarded through DAAS to the Defense Construction Supply Center (DCSC).
When the manufacturer's part number and Federal Supply Code for Manufacturer (FSCM)
exceed the space in card columns 8 through 22 of A02/AOB requisitions, prepared an A05/AOE
requisitions (DD Form 1348-6) and mail it to Commander, Defense Construction Supply Center,
ATTN: DCSC-OSR, Columbus, OH 43215.