SECTION I. INTRODUCTION
This joint Army, Navy, Air Force and
Marine Corps manual lists repair parts and special
tools required for the performance of
organizational, intermediate (field), direct and
general support and depot maintenance of the
generator set. The following paragraphs are
keyed to applicable users. All users should read
paragraph 4. Special information, prior to using
Army) Repair parts listed represent
those authorized for use at indicated
maintenance levels and will be
requisitioned on an "as required"
basis until stockage is justified by
demand in accordance with AR 710-2.
(Army) Organizational Maintenance
personnel are to extract the
maintenance coded "O" items they
require from Section II. Column (2).
Third and/or Fourth Position of the
Direct and General Support Repair
Parts and Special Tools List.
This Repair Parts and Special Tools
List is divided into the following sections:
(ALL) Repair Parts - Section II. A list of
repair parts authorized for the performance
of maintenance at the organizational,
intermediate (field), direct support, general
support and depot level in figure and item
(ALL) Special Tools, Test and Support
Equipment - Section III. A list of special
tools, test and support equipment authorized
for the performance of maintenance at the
organizational, intermediate (field), (direct
support and general support) and depot level.
National Stock Number and Reference
Number Index - Section IV. A list of National
stock numbers in numerical sequence,
followed by a list of reference numbers
appearing in all the listings, in alphanumeric
sequence, cross-referenced to the illustration
figure number and item number.
Reference Designator Index - Section V.
Includes all assigned reference designators
arranged in alpha-numeric order cross
referenced to the figure and item number in
Explanation of columns. The following provides
an explanation of columns in the tabular lists in
Sections II and III.
(ALL) Illustrations. (Column 1.) This column
is divided as follows:
Figure Number. Indicates the figure
number of the illustration on which the
item is shown.
Item Number. Indicates the number
used to identify the item on the
(ALL) Source, Maintenance, and
Recoverability Codes (SMR). (Column 2.)
Source codes are assigned to support items
to indicate the manner of acquiring support
items for maintenance, repair, or overhaul of
end items. Source codes are entered in the
first and second positions of the uniform
SMR Code format.
(USMC) Special Stockage Indicator Code
and Replacement Factor. (Column 3.) This
column reflects the condition under which
certain maintenance parts, (parts assigned
NSN's and coded in the "P" series source
code of the SMR code), are stocked.
(ALL) National Stock Number. (Column 4.)
Indicates the National Stock Number
assigned to the item and will be used for