BASIC ISSUE ITEMS
Section I. INTRODUCTION
b. Federal Stock Number Column. This column
indicates the Federal stock number for the item.
This appendix lists items comprising an operable
c. Description Column. This column includes
equipment and those required for installation, operation,
the Federal item name and any additional description of
or operator's maintenance for Headset-Microphone
the item which may be required. A part number or other
reference number is followed by the applicable five-digit
Federal Supply Code for Manufacturers. Usable on
Explanation of Columns
code column is not used.
The following is a list of explanations of columns in
d. Unit of Issue Column. The unit used as a
basis of issue (e.g., ea, pr, ft, yd, etc.) is given in this
a. Source, Maintenance, and Recoverability
Codes (SMR) Column.
e. Quantity Incorporated in Unit Pack Column.
(1) Source code (s). Not used.
(2) Maintenance code (m). The lowest
Quantity Incorporated in Unit Column. The
category of maintenance authorized to install the item is
total quantity of the item used in the equipment is given
indicated by the second code in the column. The
in this column.
maintenance category code and its explanation is -
g. Quantity Furnished With Equipment
Column. This column lists the quantity of the item
supplied for initial operation of the equipment and/or the
quantities authorized to be kept on hand by the operator
for maintenance of the equipment.
(3) Recoverability code (R).
h. Quantity Authorized Column. Not used.
recoverability code is the third code in the column. It
indicates whether unserviceable items should be
(1) Figure number (a). The number of the
returned for recovery or salvage. Recoverability code
illustration on which the item is shown is indicated in this
and its explanation is as follows:
(2) Item No. or reference designation (b).
Applies to repair parts and assemblies
that are economically repairable at DSU
and GSU activities and are normally
Federal Supply Codes
furnished by supply on an exchange
This paragraph lists the Federal supply code with the
associated manufacturer's name.
David Clark Co.
When no code is indicated in the
recoverability column, the part will
be considered expendable.