MASTER REPAIRABLE ITEM LIST
The Master Repairable Item list (MRIL) is a catalog
of Navy-managed items that are turned in for repair
when they become unserviceable. These unserviceable
items are shipped to a collection point or to a designated
overhaul point. The primary purpose of the MRIL is to
provide the fleet activities the data required for
disposition of repairable items. The MRIL is part of the
FED LOG that is distributed in compact disc format.
The data included in the MRIL is described in the
Long Supply/Credit Indicator
The presence of an asterisk (*) in the Long Supply
Credit Indicator position indicates that long supply
assets exist for that NIIN. The replacement should be
requisitioned vice local repair. The presence of this
indicator does not preclude local repair if replacement
is needed for installation and is not available locally. A
dollar sign ($) in this column means the NIIN is
field-level repairable for which credit is authorized upon
turn-in of the unit.
Scheduled Removal Component Card Code
A blank the Scheduled Removal Component Card
code position means no scheduled removal card (SRC)
is required A Y in this position means an SRC is
The cognizant symbol is a two-position prefix to a
National Stock Number.
Material Control Code
The Material Control code is a single, alphabetic
code assigned by inventory manager. It indicates the
product or commodity identification, special purpose,
or an inventory characteristic.
The NIIN/NICN/Model column is for the national
item identification number (NIIN). Navy item control
number (NICN) and aircraft engine model number.
The NIIN is the last nine digits of a stock number. The
NICN is a 13-digit number assigned to identify items
that have not been assigned an NSN. The model code
consist of alphanumeric code that identifies aircraft
Special Material Identification Code
The Special Material Identification code is a
two-position alpha or numeric code used to categorize
Supplemental Source Code
The Supplemental Source Code (SSC) is a single
alpha or numeric code used to clarify and/or modify the
maintenance and recoverability codes. See
NAVSUPINST 4423.14B for information.
Repair Maintenance Code
The Repair Maintenance Code (RMC) indicates the
lowest maintenance echelon capable of repairing an
item. It is provided to assist supply and maintenance
personnel in making decisions about whether to attempt
repair prior to returning the item to the overhaul point.
The Recoverability Code (RC) indicates the lowest
echelon authorized to condemn and dispose of a
repairable when its condition is such that it is not
economical to repair it.
Controlled Inventory Item Code
The Controlled Inventory Item code was fully
explained in the MLC section of this chapter.
Movement Priority Designator
The Movement Priority Designator (MPD) is a
two-digit, numeric code that indicates the priority to be
used for returning unserviceable (non-RFI) repairable
material to the HUB or DOP.
The Remain-In-Place (RIP) indicator is a single
code that identifies an item for which an unserviceable
unit will be turned in on an exchange basis after receipt
of a serviceable unit. A Y in this column means the
NSN is an authorized Remain-In-Place item.