MARINE CORPS TM 6115-24P/1
EXPLANATION OF COLUMNS. (cont)
c. (USMC) Special Stockage Indicator Code and Replacement Factor. (cont)
(a) Initial authorized stockage levels of consumable and salvageable items
for an organization are to be computed for predicted consumption based on the
number of items employed and/or supported by an organization within the number of
days for which stockage is authorized.
In computing Garrison Operating Stock or
Mount-Out, authorized levels can be determined by the requiring Marine Corps unit
by multiplying the replacement factor times the quantity used per equipment times
the number of end items employed by the using organization or supported by the
service organization times the authorized day level expressed in and divided by
Specific formulas and examples are provided in Marine Corps Order, MCO
The replacement factors used in initial stockage computations should be
if warranted, after significant usage is experienced in accordance with
of MCO 4400.32A.
The following formula replacement factor, X,
represents actual usage experience (1 year),
A represents the application per
equipment, and B represents the number of equipments supported.
(b) Initial allowances for maintenance float items (recoverability codes
"D") for the FMF and appropriate post and stations are as furnished by
Initial Issue Actions.
Changes to maintenance replacement rates resulting from
actual usage may require recomputation of maintenance float allowances by holding
Any required recomputation of maintenance float allowances will be made in
accordance with MCO 4000.6.
(c) The replacement factor for same as (S/A) items is indicated upon the
first appearance of the item in the major combination, component, or assembly.
(ALL) National Stock Number (Column 4).
Indicates the National Stock
Number assigned to the item and will be used for requisitioning purposes.
(ALL) Description (Column 5).
Indicates the Federal item name and any
additional descriptions of the item required.
The abbreviation w/e when used as
part of the nomenclature,
indicates that the National Stock Number includes all
armament, equipment, accessories, and repair parts issued with the item.
number or other reference number is followed by the applicable five-digit Federal
Supply code for manufacturer in parentheses.
If two reference numbers and Federal
for manufacturer are listed,
the first listing refers to the
Department of Defense Drawing Number, the second listing refers to the actual part
Items that are included in kits and sets are listed below the name
of the kit or set with the quantity of each item in the kit or set indicated in
the quantity incorporated in unit column.