Marine Corps Stocklist.
Component; attaching parts for component or detail parts of the end
item not contained in a component
Assembly; attaching parts for assembly or detail parts of component not
contained in a component
Subassembly; attaching parts for
not contained in subassembly
And so forth
Item Identification (Column 6).
This column contains the item name and description of the repair part.
When an item is duplicated in the major combination, the abbreviation (S/A) is inserted after the noun name
to indicate "same as".
S/A items refer to the line item number of the item's first appearance in the major
When an item is fabricated from other items, the abbreviation FAB FR, followed by the item
required for the fabrication, is inserted after the item identification.
When an item is assembled from
other items, the abbreviation ASSEM FR is used, followed by each item required for the assembly of the item.
When the items comprise a kit or set, a complete list of the components will be given in alphabetical order
immediately following the item, under the heading "Consist of", abbreviated (C/O).
Unit of Measure (Column 7).
This column indicates the measure of quantity specified in column 8 and
is not to be used for requisitioning purposes.
When requisitioning parts, the Unit of Issue, Stores Account
Code, and Unit Price should be obtained from the "Federal Supply Catalog, Management Data List (C-ML-MC)."
This column is divided into sub-columns (A) and (B) and indicates the following:
the end item.
The consolidated quantity of a maintenance part used in an end item upon the item's first
This column contains a series of alphabetic letters
Source Maintenance Recoverability Code (Column 9).
which denotes the uniform source, maintenance and recoverability coding structure.
This code is assigned to
items subordinate to or associated with an end item, i.e., spares, repair parts and support equipment.
uniform code format is composed of three parts consisting of a two (2) position Source Code, a two (2)
position Maintenance Code and a one (1) position Recoverability Code.
The code provides the user with information on each item relative to (1) the method of obtaining the
item; for example, by requisition, fabrication or salvage; (2) the lowest maintenance echelon authorized to
remove, replace and use the item and the lowest echelon capable to perform complete repair; and (3) disposi-
tion action on unserviceable items.
of the preface.
Examples of SMR codes are: