Lesson 4/Learning Event 2
Property book accountability is not established for prescribed loads.
However, the unit commander is responsible for exercising adequate care and
surveillance over such supplies.
are authorized personnel, tools, and equipment to perform maintenance.
10. Demand-supported repair parts for any equipment on which the unit can
perform maintenance are included in the PLL.
11. The PLL stocks and records will be kept in an area convenient for
Types of Stockage. Three types of stockage are on hand at the unit level:
initial, consumable item, and direct exchange (DX) stockage.
Initial stockage of repair parts is established for new units and
units having a change in equipment. Initial stockage is based on essential
needs supported by data from technical manuals or by historical usage data
of units with the same equipment.
When technical or usage data are not
available, PLLs and/or card decks may be requested through the supply
support activity (SSA) from Commander, USAMC Materiel Readiness Support
Activity, ATTN: AMXMD-S, Lexington, KY 40511-5101 (except for medical,
missile, United States Army Intelligence and Security Command, and
Consumable item stockage refers to items consumed in performing
maintenance, such as nuts, bolts, screws, tubing, other common hardware, and
other quick supply store (QSS) items.
These items may be requested and
stocked based on usage.
They may be on hand in quantities up to an
estimated seven days of supply and are not included in the operational load.
The DA Form 3318 is not required unless they are basic load items. When a
repair is requested and it does not appear on the PLL or DX list, the repair
parts clerk must check the QSS list. This list is published periodically by
the SSA. After the part required has been identified as a QSS item, it is
requested from the SSA on a QSS want slip.
records is required for QSS items.