The instructions in Part 3 are for:
a. The use of the personnel to whom the end item is issued.
b. Maintenance personnel responsible for maintaining and/or repairing the end item.
c. Supply personnel responsible for requisitioning and stockage of repair parts.
1-2. MILSTRIP REQUISITION IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL
a. Parts Requisition Identification and Control.
(1) Since only limited repair parts will be initially provisioned, it is necessary to provide a method for supplying
parts which were not initially provisioned. When necessary to come to the wholesale level for supply, all non-NSN
requisitions (CONUS or Overseas) will be directed through Defense Automatic Address System (DAAS) to DCSC for
supply. Visibility of these non-NSN items will be maintained, NSN's obtained, and the items stocked when warranted by
(2) Identification and control of CCE crane requisitions will be by a combination of project and weapon system
codes. Where applicable in accordance with existing procedures, CCE crane requisitions will follow the Direct Support
System (DSS). Both a CCE (DSS) project code and a unique weapon system code have been assigned to the CCE
crane. The purpose and intended use of the CCE (DSS) project code is to enable DSA to identify the end item contract
and manufacturer for supply action of non-NSN parts that DSA will take in support of the CCE crane. National stock
numbered parts will be requisitioned using the standard supply system and applicable assigned DSS codes or in the case
of a non-DSS unit, the normal supply channels. The appropriate weapon system code will be used on every parts
requisition (NSN or non-NSN). Entry of the weapon system code will provide supply management information to the