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Home arrow Military Publications – Army Regulations – USAHEC arrow AR Supply Policy Below the National Level. Reference URL. In a manual supply operation this regulation is used in conjunction with DA Pam –2–1 and DA Pam –2–2. Applicability. This regulation applies to the. DA PAM SUPPLY SUPPORT ACTIVITY SUPPLY SYSTEM: MANUAL PROCEDURES. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD FROM APD. Recently Added.

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Department of the Army. Washington, DC 28 March Supply Policy Below the National Level. This rapid action revision, dated 28 March Department of the Army Washington, DC.

Army Reserve, unless trol provision and identifies key manageotherwise stated. Also, it applies to the U. During mobilization, the proponent may S u p p l e m e n t a t i o n. S u p p l e m e n t a t i o n o f modify chapters and policies contained in this regulation and establishment of comthis regulation.

Proponent and exception authority. The propo- Pentagon, Washington, DC — The proponent may delegate this improvements on DA Form Recom. This publication is availa. Refer to AR for. Army management control process. Contents Listed by paragraph and page number. Communication Security Equipment, page Performance Standards, page Security Classification of Logistics Data, page Hazardous Materials Management Program, page General Information, page Accounting for and Controlling Property, page Management of loads, page Special Accounting Policy, page Petroleum Management, page Ammunition Management, page Wartime Policy, page Military Operations Other Than War, page Direct Support and General Support Activities, page Inventory Control, page Supply Control, page Stock Control, page Wartime Policies, page Supply Support for Installations, U.

Theater Army Level Supply Management, page Command Supply Discipline Program, page Sales of Petroleum Products, page Procedures for Hand Receipt Holders, page Unit performance standards, page Type of inventories and discrepancies, page Dollar cost banding for aviation same for non-division, missilepage Dollar cost banding for DOL, page Dollar cost banding for a forward unit, page Dollar cost banding for the main same for non-divisionpage Property book officer level, page Parent organization level, page Direct and general support supply operations, page Supply support for installations, U.

Fuels used in Army equipment, page NATO fuel designators and U. This regulation prescribes policy for supply operations below the national level.


It applies in peace and war. Provides specific policy for the accountability and assignment of responsibility for property issued to a using unit.

It also provides for the accountability and management of stocks being stored at direct, general, or installation supply support activities SSAs for issue to a customer. The management and accountability must include automatic identification technologies AITsuch as bar code, 2D bar code, optical memory cards, ag frequency identification RFID tags, contact buttons, or satellite tracking.


AR Supply Policy Below The National Level

All stocks will be AIT wr from vendor to the war-fighter and return. Unless specified by the prescribing directive, this regulation does not apply when accounting for the following:. This exclusion does not apply to material thatcould have other Army-wide applications.

Provisions apply to the management of medical materiel and medical repair parts classes 8 and 9 supplies. Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in appendix A.

Explanation of abbreviations and terms. Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the glossary. The DCS, G—4 will—.

AR 710-2 Supply Policy Below the National Level

AIT will be used to the maximum extent possible to record all logistics transactions of Army equipment from cradle to grave. See paragraphs 3—24, 4—28, 5—21, and 6—13 for inventory procedures. Provide national provideradvice and assist as required and negotiate with local commanders to obtain consensus on the ASL.

Serve as the configuration manager for each Army commodity. Set controls to make sure commitments to security assistance customers and other non-Army customers 7100-2-2 met.

CONUS commanders will provide necessary information, equipment, and manpower available within their resources to assist the coordinating U. Commanders, civilian supervisors, and managers. They will seekand most efficient and economical means of accomplishing assigned tasks and will limit requests for and use of material to the minimum essential. This regulation is the basis for information, responsibilities, COMSEC equipment management, related procedural publications, and is organized as follows:.

Chapter 2 contains policy to account for and assign responsibility for nonexpendable property, and to control all. Chapter 6 contains policy for theater Army level supply management. Requests for clarification or deviation. Send requests for clarification through command channels to Director, U.


AR —5 governs deviations. Request for deviation or waiver should explain the need for a waiver, how long will it last, how the waiver will help accomplish the mission, and how the end results will be measured. Send requests for waiver of military property accounting requirements per AR —5, chapter 8. Reports of supply constraint exempt from requirement control symbol under AR — Commanders report to the next higher command when they are constrained for any reason from submitting requests or requisitions for items in supply Class 2 including maps3 packaged4, 7, 8 and 9.

Classes of supply are explained in table 1—1 below. Army National Guard and USAR units 70-2-2 not required to submit reports of supply constraint for unfinanced requirements if the requirements have already been identified through budget submissions.

Submit reports per AR — Class 1 — Subsistence, including free health and welfare items. Class 2 — Clothing, individual equipment, tentage, tool sets and tool kits, handtools, administrative, and housekeeping supplies and equipment including 7102-2. Class 3 — POL, petroleum and solid fuels, including 710-2–2 and packaged fuels, lubricating oils and lubricants, petroleum specialty products; solid fuels, coal, and related products.

Class 5 — Ammunition, of all types including chemical, radiological, and special weaponsbombs, explosives, mines, fuses, detonators, pyrotechnics, missiles, rockets, propellants, and other associated items. Class 6 — Personal demand items nonmilitary sales items. Class 7 — Major items: A final combination of end products which is ready for its intended use: Class 8 — Medical material, including medical peculiar repair parts.

AR 40—61, CTA 8— Class 9 — Repair parts and components, including kits, assemblies and subassemblies, reparable and nonreparable, required for maintenance support of all equipment.


Class 10 — Material to support nonmilitary programs; such as, agricultural and economic development, not included in classes 1 through 9.

Command Supply Discipline Program. No additional program ofinstruction POI time is authorized.

The Commanding General, U. This does not include those retail systems unique to AMC.