(1) AR 37-111, Working Capital Funds - Army Stock Fund, Uniform
Policies, Principles, and Procedures Governing Army Stock Fund Operations.
(2) AR 710-2, Inventory Management - Materiel Management for Using
units, Support Units, and Installations.
(3) AR 725-50, Requisition and Issue of Supplies and Equipment -
Requisitioning, Receipt and Issue System.
(4) AR 755-1, Disposal of Supplies and Equipment - Reporting,
Utilization, and Redistribution of Installation, OS Army Materiel Command,
and Oversea Command Excess Personal Property.
c. When more than one ACRC is operating in an OCONUS theater of
operation, one of the ACRC's will be designated as the central technical
supply point for the theater's ACRC's.
Requisitioning, receiving, and
issuing of repair parts will be through the theater's central ACRC's
technical supply. Demand data for repair parts used by each ACRC will be
maintained by that ACRC.
d. Supply Support Program.
(1) Calibration Materiel Replacement.
This program is designed to
provide a more responsive replacement for those calibration set components
with expendability codes H and/or D; i.e., items that are economically
repairable but which calibration activities have determined not repairable
locally. There have been some indications that calibration set components
are not being requisitioned as replacement components; however, request for
disposition instructions are not being made of the National Inventory
Control Point (NICP) to return the bad components. Requisitions submitted
for replacement of calibration set components with expendability codes of H
and/or D will contain the following exception data as appropriate:
(a) The condition of the set component being replaced; i.e.,
unserviceable and economically repairable or uneconomically repairable.
disposition instructions from the NICP.
NOTE: The returned unserviceable components will represent a base
overhaul and return to serviceable stock, thereby assuring a greater