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SECTION I INTRODUCTION - TM-5-4120-259-25P_15
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TM 5-4120-259-25P Code E x p l a n a t i o n X1 Applied  to  repair  parts  which  are  not  pro- cured   or   stocked,   the   requirement   for which   will   be   supplied   by   use   of   the   next higher   assembly   or   components. X2 Applied   to   repair   parts   which   are   not   stock- ed.   The   indicated   maintenance   category   re- quiring   such   repair   parts   will   attempt   to obtain   them   through   cannibalization;   if   not obtainable   through   cannibalize   Lion,   such repair  parts  will  be  requisitioned  with  sup- porting   justification   through   normal   sup- ply   channels. c Applied  to  repair  parts  authorized  for  local procurements.   If   not   obtainable   from   local procurement,   such   repair   parts   will   be   re- quisitioned   through   normal   supply   chan- nels   with   a   supporting   statement   of   non- availability   from   local   procurement. G Applied   to   major   assemblies   that   are   pro- cured   with   PEMA   (Procurement   Equip- ment   Missile   Army)   funds   for   initial   issue only   to   be   used   as   exchange   assemblies   at DSU   and   GSU   maintenance   level.   These assemblies   will   not   be   stocked   above   DSU and  GSU  level  or  returned  to  depot  supply level. (2)   Maintenance   Code. Indicates   the   low- est  category  of  maintenance  authorized  to  in- stall   the   listed   item.   The   maintenance   level codes  are: Code Explanation o Organizational    maintenance F Direct   support   maintenance H General   support   maintenance D Depot   maintenance (3) Recoverability   code.   Indicates  wheth- er  unserviceable  items  should  be  returned  for recovery  or  salvage.  Items  not  coded  are  ex- pendable. Recoverability codes are: Code Explanation R Applied   to   repair   parts   and   assemblies which   are   economically   repairable   at   DSU and   GSU   activities   and   normally   are   furn- ished   by   supply   on   an   exchange   basis. (4)  Index    Numbers.    This    column    also lists,  below  the  SMR  code,  an  index  number for each item in ascending numerical sequence, which is used to locate items in the publication when  the  Federal  stock  number  and/or  refer- ence number is known. b.  Federal  Stock  Number.  Indicates  the federal stock number for the item. c.   Description.   Indicates  the  Federal  item name  and  any  additional  description  of  the item   required.   The   applicable   five-digit   Fed- eral  supply  code  for  manufacturers  in  paren- theses  is  followed  by  a  part  number  or  other reference  number. d.  Unit  of  Issue.  Indicates  the  unit  used  as a   basis   for   issue,   e.g.,   ea,   pr,   ft,   yd,   etc. e. Quantity   Incorporated   in   Unit   Pack.   In- dicates   the   actual   quantity   contained   in   the unit pack. f.  Quantity  Incorporated  in  Unit.  Indicates the  quantity  of  the  item  used  in  the  functional group. g. Fifteen-Day  Organizational  Maintenance Allowances. (1)  The  allowance  columns  are  divided into  four  subcolumns.  Indicated  in  each  sub- column  opposite  the  first  appearance  of  each item  is  the  total  quantity  of  items  authorized for  the  number  of  equipments  supported.  Sub- sequent  appearances  of  the  same  item  will have no entry in the allowance column but will have  in  the  description  column  a  reference  to the  first  appearance  of  the  item.  Items  author- ized  for  use  as  required  but  not  for  initial stockage  are  identified  with  an  asterisk  in  the allowance column. (2)  The  quantitative  allowances  for  or- ganizational   level   of   maintenance   represents one  initial  prescribed  load  for  a  15-day  period for   the   number   of   equipments   supported. Units  and  organizations  authorized  additional prescribed  loads  will  multiply  the  number  of prescribed  loads  authorized  by  the  quantity  of repair  parts  reflected  in  the  appropriate  den- sity  column  to  obtain  the  total  quantity  of  re- pair parts authorized. (3)   organizational   units   providing   main- tenance for more than 100 of these equipments shall  determine  the  total  quantity  of  parts  re- quired  by  converting  the  equipment  quantity to  a  decimal  factor  by  placing  a  decimal  point before  the  next  to  last  digit  of  the  number  to indicate  hundredths,  and  multiplying  the  dec- imal  factor  by  the  parts  quantity  authorized in the 51-100 allowance column. Example:   Authorized   allowance   for   51-100 equipments  is  12;  for  140  equipments  multi- ply  12  by  1.40  or  16.80  rounded  off  to  17 parts required. iv

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