(12) Demilitarization code (DML). Method by which the military gets rid of an
item, for example, burn, melt, crush.
(13) Fund code (FC). Indicates the type of fund used to pay for an item.
(14) Reportable item control code (RIC). Identifies items that are reportable.
(15) Special item control code (SCI). Identifies items requiring special control
because of the security classification of an item, or example, "7" = explosive and hazardous item.
(16) Logistics control code (LCC). Provides a basis for logistic support and
(17) Special requirement code (SRC). Refers to special logistic function that
must be performed.
(18) Inventory category code (ICC). Used to group items into ten different
categories for inventory and research, or example, high value (non-special interest), controlled
inventory (pilferable), or small arms items.
(19) Supply category of material code (SCMC). Identifies the class and
subclass of supply for an item, or example, medical (8), repair parts (9).
(20) Essentiality code (EC). Indicates if an item is essential and if so, its level
(21) Air eligible category code (AEC). Identifies those items that will or must be
shipped by air.
(22) Automatic return item code (ARI). Identifies an item in a critical stock
position that may be returned to continental United States (CONUS) depots without
(23) Unit of measurement code (UM). Denotes physical measurement, or example,
"LB" = pound, "GL" = gallon, "EA" = each.
(24) Measurement quantity (MEASMT QTY). Denotes a quantity which is
supplied for the unit of issue.
(25) Phrase code (PC). Denotes the interchangeable and substitute
relationship and replacement, for example, "A", consol-with-use, indicates that the item
represented by the prime stock number is to be consolidated with the item represented by
the stock number in the Phrase Statement/Related NSN/MCN field. The items of supply
are identical or completely interchangeable and will be issued under the stock number in
the Phrase Statement/Related NSN/MCN field.