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					                DEPARTMENTS OF THE ARMY AND AIR FORCE
                                HEADQUARTERS, LOUISIANA NATIONAL GUARD
                                    OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL
                                           JACKSON BARRACKS
                                      NEW ORLEANS, LA 70146-0330




LANG-DLS-LW                                                               5 October 2003

MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION

SUBJECT: USPFO For Louisiana External Standard Army Retail Supply System-Objective
(SARSS-O) Standing Operating Procedure (SOP)


1. GENERAL:

    a. Purpose: To establish uniform guidance and procedures for obtaining supplies under the
Standard Army Retail Supply System-Objective (SARSS-O) concept for all supported customers
of the Supply Branch, USPFO For Louisiana.

    b. Scope: These procedures define the requirements and procedures placed on the customer
by the SSA (Supply Support Activity). The procedures and requirements of this SOP are
mandatory for all supported units/activities. Requests for exception or changes will be
submitted, in writing, to the Chief Supply Branch, USPFO For Louisiana.

    c. Mission: The mission of the Supply Branch, USPFO For Louisiana is to provide supplies
(minus class IX for 256th Inf Bde) to all assigned units of the LAARNG, or units/activities
established as a supported customer by our supporting SARSS 2A/C RIC W6W.

    d. System Overview: The SARSS-O system is designed to support all levels of the
Army Supply System. SARSS-1, a component of the SARSS-O system is designed to operate at
the SSA level and replaces manual and non-standard automated systems. SARSS-1 accepts
either manual or automated (diskettes, BLAST, FTP) input from customers. When requests for
issues are processed, virtually immediate release of available material will occur. If stocks are
not available, the request is passed to the next higher source of supply. The system also provides
customers with routine status.

2. SSA OPERATIONS:

   a. Location: The Supply Branch, USPFO For Louisiana SARSS1 (DODAAC W42N6L;
RIC A33; DSU Code A) is located in Building 495, Camp Beauregard, Pineville, LA.

   b. Hours of Operation: The hours of operation are as follows:
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              DAY                            TIME
              Monday                            0730-1600
              Tuesday, Wednesday,               0700-1630
              Thursday, Friday
              HQ STARC IDT Periods                0730-1600

    c. Signature Cards: Property will be requested, issued or turned-in only by those
individuals listed on a valid Notice of Delegation of Authority Card (DA Form 1687). Any
units/activities requesting supplies from this SSA will submit a DA Form 1687 to the
accountable officer in accordance with appropriate regulations. The DA Form 1687 will be
submitted in one copy, with a copy of the Unit Commander’s Assumption of Command orders.

   d. Controlled Access: The SSA is a controlled access area. Inspectors or visitors will be
accompanied by someone from the SSA. Customers will not by authorized access to the
warehouse at anytime without an escort.

3. CUSTOMER SUPPORT OPERATIONS:

   a. Request for Supplies:

        (1) Units/activities should use their ULLS, SAMS, DPAS, or SPR to the fullest extent to
ensure supplies are requested properly. IMAP, NGB Communication Utility (NGBCU), File
Transfer Protocol (FTP) or PTP (Point to Point BLAST) are the preferred methods of
transmitting data to SARSS-1. When diskettes are utilized, labels should be filled out
completely and a print attached detailing the contents of each diskette. When automation is not
readily available, units/activities may submit request on DA Form 2765. Manual routine requests
should only be used when unavoidable to prevent inconsistencies with reconciliation and the
automated document control register.

       (2) When requesting supplies with an “AOB” (request using part number) or “AOE”
(requests with exception data) document identifier code, the request must be completed in
accordance with DA Pam 710-2-1.




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       (3) Non-mission capable supply or anticipated NMCS requests should contain an EIC
code and an entry in the RDD field. If the field is left blank, SARSS will assign a default code
that may slow down your request.

       (4) When a request is submitted for a recoverable item, a turn-in of the unserviceable
item should also be made. If the item is not turned-in at the time the replacement is requested, a
statement explaining the reason why must be attached. The unit commander must sign the
statement.

       (5) Requests must contain a valid fund code. See enclosure for determining the correct
fund code to place on each request.

       (6) Units/activities should review the acquisition advice code (AAC) to determine how
and under what restrictions an item can be acquired. Detailed explanations of AAC’s are
contained in FEDLOG.

   b. Supply Status:

        (1) Status will be provided to customers on all requests via IMAP, NGBCU, FTP,
BLAST or diskette. Unit automated logistical specialist should immediately process the received
data into its operating system and post the undated supply status. Focus on any status of “BH”
and all cancellation status.

     (2) To validate media data that has been posted to the ULLS/SAMS/DPAS/SPR open
Document/Activity Control Register, take the following steps:

            (a) Go to a stand-alone computer and be at the DOS command line .

             (b) TYPE “PRINT A:\ajts7a.dat” and press enter. From the printed list randomly
look to see if the supply status has been posted to your operating system.

       (3) Customer should review all status received immediately. Supply and maintenance
supervisors must be reviewing requisitions to ensure initial due out is established with a valid
supply status. Upon verification and finding no record was established at the SSA, reorder if
requirements are still valid. Any abnormal problem(s) with a requirement will be reported to the
Warehouse OIC/NCOIC.




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        (4) Supported units/activities will submit all requests for cancellation or follow-up on
their daily transmissions. Manual documents will be accepted, but must be completed in
accordance with DA Pam 710-2-1.

        (5) Telephonic requests for status or request to input information is highly discouraged.

   c.   Customer Reconciliation Procedures:

        (1) Customer reconciliations help eliminate problems as soon as they occur. Customer
reconciliations will be produced by SARSS1 on a quarterly basis and forwarded to each
respective customer for reconciliation with their document registers or automated systems.

        (2) Detailed instructions on how to complete reconciliations will be published and
distributed with each reconciliation.

        (3) Unit Performance Standards (Document Accuracy). Reference AR 710-2, paragraphs
1-17, 1-18d(3) and Table 1-1, Document Register (Due-in Accuracy). The following formula
measures the percentage of open supply requisitions (due-in) that are open on the DCR that
match SSA records. Recommend that unit/activity commanders/supervisors use this percentage
as a tool to evaluate their current supply performance standard, command supply discipline
program, and to distinguish problem areas for further consideration.

            (a) Enter the total entries from the reconciliation list._________________

          (b) Enter the number of “AF1” processed and marked in Recon Code
column._______________________

           (c) Enter the number of transactions that were on the reconciliation list but not in
your open DCR._____________________

            (d) Enter number from (a), (b), and (c) above in the formula below:

                               a      x 100 = reconciliation percentage
                             a+b+c

   d. Turn-In Procedures (DIC D6A/D6Z):




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       (1) Units/activities may turn-in without an appointment. Turn-ins will be done on a first-
come, first-serve basis.

       (2) Customers requiring additional time (before or after hours listed) to turn-in items
should contact the Warehouse OIC/NCOIC for an appointment.

        (3) The Supply Branch does not accept turn-ins of repair parts (Class IX) by units of the
256th Inf Bde. Bde units must turn-in those items to the 199th FSB SARSS-1 supply activity.

       (4) ULLS, SAMS or SPR generated turn-in documents should be used whenever
possible.

     (5) Detailed explanation on the requirements for turn-in may be found in AR 710-2 and
DA Pam 710-2-1 (for unit turn-ins).

       (6) All items, regardless of serviceability, must be properly packaged, cleaned, drained,
and labeled. Items should be complete with all components, or a shortage annex must be
attached IAW DA Pam 710-2-1.

        (7) Circuit cards/electronic parts that are not depot packed will be wrapped in anti-static
mater and further protected by a fast pack. This is to ensure electrostatic discharge (ESD)
protection of the circuit cards. Like items will be taped or boxed together. The following stock
numbers are provided for customers to order the required fast packs.

NSN                                            SIZE
8115-00-101-7638                               9” X 6” X 3.5”
8115-01-057-1244                               10” X 10” 3.5”
8115-01-057-1243                               13” X 13” X 3.5”
8115-00-787-2148                               12” X 8” X 3.5”

       (8) Items should be spot painted on exposed surfaces to prevent deterioration.

      (9) Turn-ins for individual clothing will be IAW Para 15-8 AR 700-84 and Appendix D
to CCDF Users Handbook.

   e. Turn-in Documentation Requirements:

       (1) Serviceable items/major assemblies/circuit cards:


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            (a) Annotate appropriate condition code on the DA Form 2765-1/ DA Form 2765-
1E.

            (b) DD Form 1574 (Serviceable Condition) Tag or manila (general-purpose)
shipping tags. This form is required if the serviceable excess does not have the label identifying
the national stock number (NSN), part number, and item nomenclature. Units/activities will
ensure a qualified maintenance repair level technical inspector certifies the items serviceable
condition (not applicable to unopened, undamaged depot packs).

            (c) Copy of technical inspection received from the CSMS for repairable items.

        (2) Unserviceable items/major assemblies/circuit cards:

            (a) Annotate appropriate condition code on the DA Form 2765-1/DA Form 2765-1E.

             (b) DD Form 1577-2 (Unserviceable Reparable) Tag attached to the item. A
qualified technical inspector will certify the item’s unserviceable condition and fault(s) noted.

            (c) Copy of technical inspection received from the CSMS for repairable items.

   f.   Proper Crating and Packing Standards: Items not in depot pack will be:

        (1) Clean and free of dirt and grease.

        (2) Drained of all fluid (if applicable).

        (3) Properly taped and capped to protect openings and threaded fittings.

        (4) Greased or spot painted on exposed surfaces to prevent deterioration.

        (5) Properly boxed, palletized or containerized (if applicable) to facilitate handling and
protections.

      (6) Complete with all applicable components/BII. Incomplete items must be
accompanied by appropriate shortage lists/component listings as prescribed by
DA Pam 710-2-1.




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   g. Hazardous Material/Hazardous Waste: Hazardous material/waste will be handled in
accordance with the LAARNG Hazardous Materials and Waste SOP.

   h. Found on Installation: FOI items may be turned in under the provisions of AR 710-2.
Proper turn-in paperwork is required.

   i. Issue Procedures:

         (1) Local customers will be responsible for checking their distribution/issue bins on a daily
basis.

      (2) Customers will pickup all bulk issue items, any parts in the customer distribution/issue
bins before dropping off any new requests.

      (3) All customers picking up items must be in a military uniform and use a military
vehicle. All vehicles should have enough tie down straps and padded material to reduce damage
to items while being transported.

    (4) Sensitive items will be issued to customers under the provisions of AR 190-11 and DA
Pam 710-2-1.

   j. Requests for Follow-Up (DIC AF1):

    (1) Automated customers submit requests for follow-up IAW their automated system
manuals via communication lines.

     (2) Manual follow-up requests will be utilized for non-automated customers or when
automated systems are down. Manual DA Form 2765 will be utilized and must be prepared in
accordance with DA Pam 710-2-1.

         (3) Before submitting a request for follow-up, unit/activites should:

           (a) Ensure all Material Release Orders (DIC A5A) received have been posted to
ULLS/SAMS/SPR Open Document/Activity Control Registers and closed out from due-in
activity suspense files.

             (b) Ensure all "BF" no record supply transactions have been closed out.


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           (c) Ensure all supply status transactions received from the SSA have been processed
into ULLS/SAMS/SPR operating systems. Status code “BH” will designate to you that a
suitability replacement item will be issued other than the requested stock number.

  k. Request for Cancellation (DIC AC1/AK1): Submit request for cancellation for
requirements no longer needed immediately to the SSA. Request for cancellation must be
submitted prior to receiving the shipment status (AS1) from higher source of supply.

      (1) Automated customers submit requests for cancellation through communication lines or
diskettes.

     (2) Manual requests for cancellation will be submitted on DA Form 2765 and prepared in
accordance with DA Pam 710-2-1.

     (3) A request for cancellation is completed only when the appropriate status is received
back from SARSS indicating that the request has been canceled.

     (4) Submit follow-up on a cancellation (DIC AK1) after 14 calendar days of request for
cancellation when no supply or shipment status has been received. This procedure can also be
conducted on the SARSS1 generated customer reconciliation listing.

   l. Requests for Modification (DICAM):

     (1) Automated customers transmit data through communication lines or on floppy diskette.

     (2) Manual requests for modification will be submitted on DA Form 2765 or DD Form
1348-6 and prepared in accordance with DA Pam 710-2-1.

    m. Local Purchase: Local procurement may be employed to satisfy supply requirements but
is not intended to compete with or be a substitute for the wholesale supply system. Commanders
and responsible personnel at all levels are responsible for ensuring that local procurement
channels are only used when authorized.




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    (1) Units/activities should utilize GSA Smart Cards under the provisions directed by
LANG-DLS-L. Requests that can not be fulfilled using Smart Cards will be submitted to
SARSS1 on DA Form 1348-6 prepared IAW DA Pam 710-2-1.

    (2) Ensure that part numbers are cross-referenced to attempt to obtain an NSN before
submitting DD form 1348-6.

   n. Recoverable Items: Repairable items have a Recoverability Code of A, D, F, H, or L on
the FEDLOG. All unserviceable, recoverable items must be turned-in to the SSA. If the
unserviceable item is not available for turn-in with the request for a serviceable like item, the
request will contain one of the Repairable Management codes listed below. The commander or
his designated representative must sign the ULLS/SAMS generated Recoverable Items Request
Form (DA Form 2765-1E).

    (1) A – No turn-in will be made because request is for addition to or for an increase in
PLL/Shop Stock Level. This requirement may be reviewed for verification under internal control
management program under AR 11-2.

      (2) B – No turn-in will be made because like item was lost or destroyed. Must have a
statement approved by a 0-4 or above.

      (3) C – Turn in of the item will be accomplished after the receipt and installation of
serviceable being requested.

     (4) D – Turn in of like item will be made after completion of the investigation/report of
survey. Turn in will be made after the investigation releases the item.

     (5) E – A turn in for which credit (repairable not financial) is not required because the turn
in was the result of a decreased stockage level.

   o. Receipt Acknowledgment: Manual notification of receipts is not required if the
automated system produces a D6S transactions to SARSS-1 (currently
SAMS/SPR/IMAP/NGBCU only). All customers are required to furnish the SSA with
acknowledgment of receipt of supplies. IMAP or NGBCU programs are the preferred method of
transmitting D6S data to SARSS1. If IMAP/NGBCU programs are not operational at
units/activities then the customer can notify the SSA that material has been received via Email




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(preferred method) or FAX. Email to Glinis.Allen@la.ngb.army.mil FAX to 318-641-3411.
Minimum data that must be furnished to the warehouse is:


              DOCUMENT NUMBER (TO INCLUDE DODAAC):
              QTY RECEIVED:
              UNIT OF ISSUE RECEIVED:
              CONDITION CODE OF PARTS RECEIVED:
              RIC OF SHIPPER: (IF NOT KNOWN – USE HR2)

                                          EXAMPLE

       DOCUMENT NR:                  REC:           UI:    CC:     RIC:

       W90A68 0034-0200              20             EA     A       GS1
       W90A68 0034-0209              1              BX     B       S9T
       W42XXX 0011-0900              2              BG     A       HR2


4. Reporting of Item and Packaging Discrepancies:

   a. A SDR serves to suspense received overage, shortage and damaged Government property
until disposed of or taking authorized adjustment actions. SF 364 – Supply Discrepancy Report
(SDR) is prepared by the receiving unit/activity to notify the Inventory Manager and/or shipping
activity of variations in the quantity or condition of material from that shown on the shipping
document, and those deficiencies in packaging/markings that caused material to be vulnerable to
loss or damage.

   b. Reporting Criteria:

     (1) Shortages, overages, wrong items, and misdirected shipments: Card columns 4-6 of
the DD Form 1348 received with the shipment gives the Routing Identifier Code (RIC) of the
shipper. SF 364 will be sent to the shipping depot/activity.

     (2) Total Non-Receipt. If you have received AS_ status (AS_ means material has
shipped) from SARSS1 and you have not received the item within 45 days, submit the SF364 to
the RIC identified in card columns 4-6 of the AS_.




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   c. The following paragraphs specify actions to be taken when discrepancies exist to shipment
of property by the USPFO Warehouse, DLA Activities, or GSA are discovered.

     (1) Discrepancies incident to USPFO For La Warehouse. Prepare the SF 364 IAW AR
735-11-2 and forward to the Chief, Supply Branch, USPFO For Louisiana, 495 3d Street, Camp
Beauregard, Pineville, La. 71360.

      (2) Discrepancies incident to DLA Activities.

          (a) Use the DSS MRO Tracker to find shipment information on your requisitions.
The Internet address is http://wegal.ogden.disa.mil/mrostatus/query.html.

           (b) Total Non-Receipt: If no record is found in the DSS MRO Tracker, submit the
SF364 to the appropriate DLA Center/Manager. Annotate SF364, “NO RECORD IN DSS MRO
TRACKER”. Forward info copy of SF364 to the USPFO Warehouse SARSS1 and a copy to
LANG-DLS-L, ATTN: SDR Manager. If record is found in DSS MRO Tracker, trace you
shipment with the appropriate carrier. If the carrier cannot provide proof that material was
delivered to your location and the carrier cannot locate your material, submit SF361,
Transportation Discrepancy Report with required documentation to DFAS Indianapolis with an
info copy to LANG-DLS-T.

       (3) Discrepancies Incident to GSA Activities.

            (a) The National Customer Service Center (NCSC) in Kansas City, MO is the point
within GSA to which all Supply Discrepancy Reports go. Prepare SDR IAW AR 735-11-2 and
forward to:

                                         GSA NCSC
                                   1500 East Bannister Road
                                   Kansas City, MO 63141

         (b) Forward info copy of SF364 to the USPFO Warehouse SARSS1 and to LANG-
DLS-L, ATTN: SDR Manager.

   d. SDR responses can provide for credit, reshipment, or instructions on what to do overages,
wrong items, and misdirected shipment. A copy of the SDR response received by units/activities
from DLA and GSA will be provided to LANG-DLS-L, ATTN: SDR Manager. If you are




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directed to return any overages, wrong items, etc., to DLA or GSA, you must contact the USPFO
Warehouse to make necessary arrangements to have the item shipped.

 5. Customer Dissatisfaction: Units should report all packaging discrepancies, shortages, and
overages to the SSA OIC/NCOIC.

      a. If a unit/activity discovers a requested item was damaged in shipment, it should return
the item in its original container to the SSA for processing. If the requested item is still needed, a
new request with a new document number should be submitted.

      b. If a unit/activity finds that an item has been incorrectly identified (i.e., containers
marked with the requested stock number, but does not contain the requested item), it should
return the item to the SSA for adjustment. If the item is still needed, a new request with a new
document number should be submitted.

6. Recessions: Memorandum, LAANG-DLS-LW, dated 5 Oct 02, Subject: USPFO for
Louisiana External Standard Army Retail Supply System-Objective (SARSS-O) Standing
Operating Procedure (SOP) is hereby rescinded.

7. References:

   AR 710-2                            Supply Policy Below the Wholesale Level

   AR 725-50                           Requisitioning, Receipt, and Issue System

   AR 735-5                            Policies and Procedures for Property Accountability

   AR 735-11-2                         Reporting of Item and Packaging Discrepancies

   DA Pam 710-2-1                      Using Unit Supply System (Manual Procedures)

   DA Pam 710-2-2                      Supply Support Activity (SSA) Supply System:
                                       Manual Procedures

   DA Pam 738-750                      The Army Maintenance Management System
                                       (TAMMS)

   ADSM 18-L1Y-AJT-ZZZ-EM              Standard Army Retail Supply System, Level 1



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                          (SARSS1) End User Manual

   ADSM 18-L1Y-AJT-ZZZ-UM        Standard Army Retail Supply System, Level 1
                                 (SARSS1) Users Manual




   Encl                                 LLOYD M. LACOSTE, JR.
                                        COL, GS, LAARNG
                                        Assistant USPFO

   DISTRIBUTION:
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   S: LANG-DLS (5)
      LANG-DLS-LP (5)
      LANG-DLS-LS (10)
      LANG-DLS-LW (10)




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ITEM DESCRIPTION             FUND CODE SCMC               REMARKS

INDIVIDUAL CLOTHING                 AA        2F          Restricted to items
                                                          not stocked in CCDF

AT SUBSISTENCE                      BA


IDT SUBSISTENCE                     BB



FIRST TWO POSITIONS OF THE MATCAT ON THE FEDLOG MUST BE
“ALPHA/NUMERIC” (i.e., A2) WHEN SELECTING THE FOLLOWING FUND CODES

MTOE AUTHORIZED EUIP         CG      2W
TDA AUTHORIZED EQUIP         CG
CTA AUTH NON EXP EQUIP       CG
FURNITURE (FSG 71)           CG
HAND TOOLS (FSG 51)          CG       2B
ALL OTHER SUPPLIES/          CB      2B, 2F        Exp/Durable other
  EQUIP                              2E, 2T        than FSG 57 & 71
                                     2G, 85
OPERATING SUPPLIES           CB      4X
DLR – EXCEPT CLASS IX        DP
PACKAGE POL – AVIATION       DX      36            Aviation only
MOGAS                        DR      36
DIESEL                       DS      36
PACKAGE POL – SURFACE        DT      36
JP-8 SURFACE                 DU      36

ITEM DESCRIPTION             FUND CODE SCMC               REMARKS

ALL OTHER FUEL                      DV        36
  OIL/PROPANE
ADMIN & MISC SUPPLIES               CB        2E
PACKAGING/CRATING/                  CB
  SUPPLIES AT
PACKAGING/CRATING                   CB        2E




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OFFICE PAPER EXPENSE                CB       2E
MEDICAL SUPPLIES – AT               CE       86         (6505 only)
MED SUPPLIES NON YR RD              CF       85
  CLINIC
MED SUPPLIES YR RND CLINIC          CF       85

FIRST TWO POSITIONS OF THE MATCAT ON THE FEDLOG MUST BE “ALPHA’S”
(i.e., AO) WHEN USING THE FOLLOWING FUND CODES

EQUIP END ITEMS                     9B       FREE ISSUE (PEMA)

FUND CODES LISTED BELOW FOR SURFACE CLASS IX DODAACS ONLY

TRUCKS AND TRAILERS          DA             9G,9K
COMMO/ELECTRONIC             DC             9L,9G
MISSLE SYSTEMS               DD
COMBAT VEHICLES              DE             9O,9F
COMBAT TANKS                 DE
ALL OTHER SURFACE            DF             9B,9D,9M
EQUIP                                       9T,9W,9Q
DLR-SURFACE CLASS IX         DN
INTRUSION DETECT             HF
SYSTEM

FUND CODES LISTED BELOW FOR AVIATION UNITS ONLY

ALL AIRCRAFT                 DG       9A
DLR-AIR CLASS IX             DQ
JET FUEL                     DW
COUNTER DRUG-AIR POL         QA


ITEM DESCRIPTION             FUND CODE SCMC             REMARKS

COUNTER DRUG-AIR REPAIR             QB




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FUND CODES BELOW ARE FOR DODAAC W42M58 ONLY REGARDLESS OF
PROGRAM MANAGER

AUDIOVISUAL & VISUAL INFO           JA
DISTRIBUTIVE TRAINING TECH          JB
STATE-AUTOMATION                    LA
ADMINSTRATIVE SERVICES              LB
COUNTER DRG RED                     QJ
   BI-CM TEST
COUNTER DRG DMD RED                 QK
   SUP & SVC
ARNG FAMILY CENTERS                 FA
ENLISTED RECRUITING ESP             UC
COMBINED ACTIVITIES                 UC
RETENTION EXPENSES                  UC
AMEDD OFF RECRUIT EXP               UC
COMM TRANSP/APLIC PROC              UC
ENLISTED RETENTION ESP              MC
PRINTED MATERIALS AND               LB
   LITERATURE
NEWSPAPER & OR SUPPLY               LB
MAGAZINES                           LB
PUBLIC SERVICE                      UD
   ANNOUNCEMENTS
DIRECT MAIL                         UC
LEAD FULFILLMENT                    UC
OUTDOOR ADVERTISEMENT               UD
SALES PROMOTION                     UC
OTHER RECRUITING                    UC
RETENTION/REENLIST ADV              UD




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ITEM DESCRIPTION             FUND CODE SCMC             REMARKS

MED SUPPLIES FOR IMMUN              CF
MED SUPPLIES FOR PHYS               CF
  EXAM STA

FUND CODES BELOW CAN BE USED AS REQUIRED BY UNIT/ACTIVITIES AND
FORWARD REQUEST TO LANG-DST FOR FUNDING

SCHOOL TRAIN SUPPORT                NC
MAT & SUP AUTO TARGET               NC
   SYS
TRNG SUPPORT AND SERV               NC
MISCELLANEOUS (ATS)                 NC
MSCA SUPPLIES & EQUIP               TD

FUND CODES BELOW FOR DODAAC W42M58 ONLY

COUNTER DRUG SURFACE POL            QD
COUNTER DRUG SURFACE REP            QE
COUNTER DRUG OPERATING              QG
  SP
DLR COUNTER DRUG SURFACE            QF
CTR DRG DMD RD                      QK
  ADAPCP TN
COUNTER DRUG NOT CL IX DLR          QC

ITEM DESCRIPTION             FUND CODE SCMC             REMARKS

FUND CODES LISTED BELOW CAN BE USED AS REQUIRED BY UNIT/ACTIVITIES
AND FORWARD REQUEST TO SAFETY OFFICE FOR FUNDING

SURFACE SAFTEY PROGRAMS             MA

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH                 MB

REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL                 MC
HYGIENE SPT

AVIATION SAFETY PROGRAM             MD




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