(3) Recoverability Code.
Indicates whether unserviceable items should be returned for recovery or
salvage. Items not coded are expendable. The recoverability code used is:
Code R applies to repair parts and assemblies which are economically repairable at DS/GS activities
and normally are furnished by supply on an exchange basis.
b. Federal Stock Number. Indicates the Federal Stock Number assigned to the item and will be used for
Indicates the Federal item name and any additional description of the item required.
Multiple application of an item is also listed within this column, quantities appearing before each applica-
tion. This column contains the following sub-columns:
(1) Reference Number. Indicates the manufacturers reference number or identification number followed
by the applicable five-digit Federal Supply Code for manufacturers in parentheses.
(2) Models Usable On. (Not applicable)
d. Unit of Issue (U/I). A two character alphabetic abbreviation indicating the amount or quantity of the
item upon which the allowances are based, e.g. GR, EA, HD, etc.
e. Quantity Incorporated in Unit. Indicates the quantity of item used in each assembly.
f. Fifteen-Day Organizational Maintenance Allowance.
(1) The allowance column is divided into four sub-columns. Indicated in each sub-column opposite the
first appearance of each item is the total quantity of items authorized for the number of equipments sup-
ported. Subsequent appearances of the same item will have an entry of REF in the allowance column. Items
authorized for use as required but not for initial stockage are identified with an asterisk in the allowance
(2) The quantitative allowance for organizational level of maintenance represents one initial prescribed
load for a 15-day period for the number of equipment supported. Units or organizations authorized additional
prescribed loads will multiply the number of prescribed loads authorized by the quantity of repair parts re-
flected in the density column applicable to number of items supported to obtain the total quantity of repair
(3) Organizational units providing maintenance for more than 100 of these equipments shall determine
the total quantity of parts required by converting the equipment quantity to a decimal factor by placing a
decimal point before the next to the last digit of the number to indicate hundreths and multiplying the
decimal factor by the parts quantity authorized in the 51-100 allowance column. Example, authorized al-
lowance for 51-100 equipments is 40; for 150 equipments multiply 40 by 1.50 or 60 parts required.
(4) Subsequent changes to allowances will be limited as follows: No change in the range of items author-
ized. If additional items are considered necessary, recommendations should be forwarded to U.S. Army
Aviation Systems Command for exception or revision to the allowance list. Revision to the range of items
authorized will be made by the U.S. Army Aviation Systems Command based upon engineering experience,
demand data or TAERS information.
(1) Figure Number.
Indicates the figure number of the illustration in which the item is shown.
(2) Item Number.
Indicates the callout number used to reference the item in the illustration.