Aviation Material Offices in Norfolk and San
FREQUENCY OF DEMAND The number of times
an item is requested during a specific period of
time regardless of the quantity requested or
GLOBAL TRANSPORTATION NETWORK (GTN)
SYSTEM A command and control system that
provides the U.S. Transportation Command and
its components with integrated and automated
support to plan, provide, and control common
user airlift, surface lift, and terminal services
that deploy and sustain the DOD forces on a
global basis during peacetime and war.
GOVERNMENT BILL OF LADING A transporta-
tion contract between a commercial carrier and
the U.S. Government. The Standard Form 1103
provides delivery instructions to the carrier,
while the Standard Form 1103B serves as a
receipt document for the consignee.
GOVERNMENT FURNISHED EQUIPMENT
(GFE) Equipment selected and furnished by
the government to a contractor or government
activity for installation in, use with, or in support
of the aeronautical system during production,
conversion, or modification.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INFORMATION SYS-
TEM A system that provides accurate, com-
plete information to both fleet and shore
personnel on the procurement, use, transporta-
tion, handling, storage, and disposal of hazard-
HUB A Navy-operated facility that processes DLR
verification of drawing/part
number to NSN, corrects erroneous documents,
makes the MRIL inquiry to determine the
DOP/DSP, and to cut off carcass tracking. Also
prepares and submits Reports of Discrepancy
(ROD)/Transportation Discrepancy Reports to
cut off carcass tracking. Repacks material for
ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDDOWN A list
prepared by the manufacturer for each model
aircraft, engine accessory, electronic equipment,
or support equipment (SE).
IMPREST FUND A simple, economic purchase
method used for small purchases. The imprest
fund is a cash fund for which small payments
are made at the time of purchase from a
INTEGRATED LOGISTICS OVERHAUL (ILO) A
concerted effort of assigned shipboard
personnel, under the supervision of an
ashore-based ILO team, to refine shipboard
inventories of repair parts, update related stock
records consistent with authorized allowances or
other stockage objective criteria, and identify
material or excess stock.
INTERCHANGEABLE ITEM A nonequivalent
item used in place of another item in all
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL OF INVENTORY An
inventory, regardless of funding source, required
between the consumer and wholesale levels of
inventory for support of a defined geographic
area or for tailored support of specific consumer
organizations or activities.
INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY
Any aviation activity (ship or station) authorized
to provide intermediate level maintenance
support. It consists of the intermediate main-
tenance department, the supply department, the
weapons department, the public works depart-
ment, and the engineering department.
INVENTORY CONTROL POINTS The primary
support activities of the Naval Supply Systems
Command, bureaus, systems commands, and
offices exercising inventory control over specific
categories of material.
LEAD TIME A composite of production, adminis-
trative, spares positioning, and shipping time.
LOGISTICS APPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATED
MARKING AND READING SYMBOLS A
system designed to improve the accuracy and
productivity of the receipt and stowage process.
It is a system used by SUADPS-RT activities to
record incoming transactions by reading bar-
LOOK-BACK PERIOD The period of time in the
past history of the item being researched during