Example: 441101 would be a storehouse 20 feet x
50 feet, interior only.
(a) Six digit codes. The first three
numbers of the six-digit number catalog facilities in
3. Addition of the third digit
groupings similar to the method in which they are
specifically identifies the basic facility category.
cataloged in the current Department of Defense
coding gives planners the capability of directly
comparing existing oversea US facilities with those
planned for in any particular oversea theater. The
breakdown of thin coding is as follows -
1. The first digit identifies the
facility groupings indicated below:
4. The first four digits of the
facility code number constitute the identifying code
number for drawings pertaining to the facility.
5. The last two numbers of the
six digit numbers are added as needed to identify the
bill of material of the facility.
6. The first three numbers of this
2. Addition of the second digit
coding system are based on the Department of
identifies the facility in further detail. Example:
Defense coding system for facility classes and
(b) Example. An example of the
coding system of facilities is given below-
Example: E-02109 would be an Armored Engineer
identified by one letter and five digit numbers as
Battalion Western Europe, Road.
(a) Letter and Five Digit Codes: