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Volume I: Naval Supply procedures, afloat

Volume II: Naval Supply procedures, Supply appendices

Volume III: Naval Supply procedures, ashore


Establishes policies for operating and managing supplies supply department and activities.


Reference for personal responsible originating and processing MILSTRIP/MILSTRAP documents

-small booklet that contains common definitions, coding structures, and abbreviated code definitions.


Act of obtaining materials or services

Contracting Authority

Refers to dollar limitation and acquisition


funds have been approved and set aside by fiscal officer for goods and or services


When qualified purchasing agents enters into a contractual agreement


authorized supplies or services that do not exceed 3000

Non-procurement official

Non-purchasing official who may place orders for less than 3,000 no more than 20,000


purchase of non medical administrative material

Operating Budget

Annual Budgets set by CNO

Fiscal Year

Oct 1-Sept 30th

national stock number

13 Digit

Operating Level

Quantity of material required to sustain operations, normally 7 days of supplies

Safety Level

quantity of an item over and above operating level that should be maintained to ensure operations will continue. 14 days of supply

Stockage objective

Min quantity of an item required to support operations. Sum of operating level and safety level


Maximum qty of an item that must be on hand to support operations

DD Form 1348

Used to order standard stock items that have a national stock number (NSN)

DD Form 1348-6

Used to requisition material that does not have a NSN

DD Form 1149
Requisition and Invoice Shipping document

DD Form 1155

Order for supplies and services, required whenever an open market order is placed with a vendor

Controlled Substances

conducted monthly

Bulkhead-to-bulkhead(wall to wall)

Conducted annually, occurs when a random sampling of the storeroom fails the 90%

Spot Inventory

Unscheduled type of physical inventory verifying existence of a specific item.

-Inquisition is returned showing the item is not in stock but the stock records indicate the item is on hand.

DDForm 1348

Most commonly seen receipt

SF 364


Unsatisfactory repot

Type 1: Considered harmful or defective(must report emediately)

Type 2: unsuitable for use

Type 3: unsatisfactory (report within 10 days)


Ensures proper fiscal administration by directives, principles, and policies


Established a standard organizational structure for medical logistics departments.

International Merchant Purchase Authorization Card(I.M.P.A.C)

Known as government-wide purchase card program.

Velocity Inventory

Required on items with a relatively high turnover rate.

Random Sampling Inventory

Part of the annual scheduled inventory program.

-Done to measure the stock record accuracy

Stacking boxes

-labels facing front

-off the floors, may use pallets for this purpose

-stored 18" below sprinkler heads

Stock rotation

-Oldest products should be issued first

-FIFO(first in-first out) method

Hazardous material

-compressed gases and materials that present a fire hazard or are otherwise dangerous.

Corrosive storage

-Separate room to specifically store acids.

-Well ventilated to remove any vapors

Defense Medical Logistics standard support(DMLSS)

Centrally-managed automated system for use by logistics personnel to procure, maintain, and dispose of consumables and equipment.

Scheduled Maintenance

-Known as preventive maintenance(PM) ashore and preventive maintenance system afloat(PMS)

Unscheduled Maintenance(UM)

Corrective maintenance for the repair of equipment breakage or malfunctions

No maintenance required(NMR)

Equipment that normally doesn't require maintenance

Reporting Unsatisfactory Equipment

Type I: Material determined to be harmful or defective, if used may or has caused serious illness or death. (Report complaints immediately)

Type II: Material, other than equipment suspected of being harmful, deteriorated, or otherwise unsuitable for use. (Report no later than 10 days)

Type III: Equipment determined to be unsatisfactory because of malfunction, design deficiency, defect...(Report no later than 10 days)

3 Maintenance levels

-Level I(Performance Testing): Performed before, during, and after equipment usage.

-Level II (preventive Maintenance): Schedule periodic(planned), performed by a BMET or contracted service.

-Level III: Maintenance requiring complete overhaul

Navmed 6700/4

Medical/Dental maintenance work order

Authorized Medical/Dental allowance List (AMAL/ADAL)

Minimum amount of medical/dental material to be maintained by an operational platform or on order at any given time.