equipment and supplies. It includes alphabetical and
numerical indexes and a price list.
The GSA Supply Catalog (Furniture) provides a
single source of information for all furniture items
stocked by the FSS.
NAVY STOCK LIST OF PUBLICATIONS,
FORMS, AND DIRECTIVES
The Navy Stock List of Publications, Forms, and
Directives, NAVSUP P-2002, contains requisitioning
procedures and sources of supply to assist in the
determination of how and where material may be
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL INFORMATION
The DOD Hazardous Material Information System
(HMIS) provides information concerning the use,
procurement, receipt, storage, and expenditure of
hazardous material. The NAVSUPSYSCOM maintains
and distributes the HMIS hazardous item list. This list
ingredients, use of hazardous material, protective
clothing, and emergency treatment.
ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN
An illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) is prepared
by the manufacturer for each model aircraft, engine,
accessory, electronic equipment, support equipment, or
other equipment considered advisable by NAVAIR.
The IPB is printed and issued by the authority of
NAVAIR. It is used as reference for identifying and
ordering replacement items. Each item of equipment is
illustration placed as close as possible to its appropriate
listing. Some IPBs have a different format from others
breakdown of publication into sections. It also
furnishes an alphabetical listing of the various
assemblies and lists the page, work package, or figures
where they are illustrated.
The GROUP ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST is the
main text of the publication. It consists of series of
illustrations and parts list in which parts of the aircraft
or equipment are shown in assembly breakdown order.
The items in the illustration pages are identified by
index numbers. These index numbers match the
numbers listed in the parts list of the assembly
breakdown. The parts list is arranged in numerical
sequence by index number to make it easier to use. The
information in the parts list include index number, part
number, description, units per assembly, Usable On
code, and the Source, Maintenance, and Recoverability
(SM&R) code. Each major assembly in the parts list is
followed immediately by its component parts or
description column may be prefixed with a dot or
indented to show their relationship. You should use this
information to identify and obtain the required material
in accordance with the SM&R code. The numerical
index of the IPB lists all parts in reference/part number
cross-referenced to the figure and index number or the
work package where the item is listed in the text.
SOURCE, MAINTENANCE, AND
The SM&R code consists of two-position source
single-position recoverability code, and if applicable, a
single-position service option code. Table 7-7 breaks
down the SM&R code by position and defines the
source, maintenance level, and reparability level of the
Source Code: The source code is a two-character
code that occupies the first two positions of the SM&R
code format. This code shows the manner of getting the
material needed for maintenance, repair, or rework of
Maintenance Code: The maintenance codes are
indicated in the third and fourth positions of the SM&R
code. Levels of maintenance authorized to replace and
repair an assembly or part are given. The code shown in
the third position provides the lowest level of
maintenance authorized to remove or replace the
assembly or part. The fourth position indicates if the
item is to e repaired and identifies the lowest
maintenance level authorized to perform the repair.
Recoverability Code: The Recoverability Code is
indicated in the fifth position, this code defines the
approved disposition of unserviceable items.
CASUALTY REPORTING (CASREP)
The casualty report (CASREP) us designed to
support the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) and fleet
commanders in the management of assigned forces.
The effective use and support of Navy forces requires
an up-to-date, accurate operational status for each unit.
An important part of operational status is casualty