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FORMS TO USE WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS AND SUPPLIES
FORM TO USE
WHEN TO USE AND WITH WHICH ITEM TYPES
Expendable, durable, or nonexpendable single-line item
with the NSN listed in the AMDF.
DA Form 2765-1
Repair part with the NSN listed in the AMDF.
Non-NSN single-line item.
NSN repair part when NSN is not listed in the AMDF.
DD Form 1348-6
Modification Work Order (MWO) and modification kits.
Classified items.
All exception item requests.
Ten or more line items of supplies normally provided by a
self-service supply center (SSSC) when SSSCs are not
available.
Five or more line items of packaged class 3 items.
DA Form 3161
Expendable medical items within a medical facility.
Five or more lines of supply normally ordered on a
recurring basis (examples are insignia, badges, and
individual awards).
Figure 2-7. Forms to use when ordering repair parts and supplies.
2-7.
COMPLETION OF DA FORM 2765-1
Use the following instructions to complete a DA Form 2765-1 as a request for issue.
Refer to figures 2-8 and 2-9 for the location of the blocks described below. Refer to
figure 2-10 to see the form in its entirety.
a. Information Entry. To order, use these steps. For example, the 416th
Maintenance Company at Ft. Knox needs a ball bearing.
(1)  Block A. Enter the name and address of the SSA, for example, 5TH MAINT BN,
FT KNOX, KY.
(2)  Block B. Enter the name and address of the requesting unit, for example, 416TH
MAINT CO (DS), FT KNOX, KY.
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