b. Processing Status Cards. Status cards from the SSA are usually on DD Form
1348m or DA Form 2765 series. Status cards are identified by the document identifier
code (DIC) in cc 1 through 3 and the status code in cc 65 and 66. The most often used
DICs are AE-series supply status; AS-series shipment status; and AU-series supply status
reply to a cancellation request-shipment status. Process status cards as explained in
Extract 2, Table 2-4, pages Extract 2-2 and 2-3. Routine status is defined as BA, BB, and
(1) Supply status card, DIC, AE1, DA Form 2765. The following is an
explanation by card column of the entries for a supply status card, DIC, AE1. Refer to
Figure 3-1. Sample supply status card, DIC, AE1, DA Form 2765.
DOC IDENT, cc 1-3. Document identifier code indicates supply
status, e.g., AE1.
(b) ROUT IDENT, cc 4-6. Routing identifier code of the supply source
furnishing the status, e.g., AKZ.
M&S, cc 7. Media and status code from the supply request, e.g., T.
(d) FSC, NIIN, ADD (stock number), cc 8-22. Stock number of the item,
UNIT OF ISSUE, cc 23-24. Unit of issue of the item, e.g., EA.
QUANTITY, cc 25-29. Quantity to which the status applies, e.g.,
(g) REQUISITION, DATE, SERIAL (document number), cc 30-43.
Document number to which the status applies, e.g., WK488910350901.
BLANK, cc 44. Suffix code entered if the status card applies to a
(i) SUPPLEMENTARY ADDRESS, cc 45-50. Address of the activity to
receive the materiel, e.g., WK4PDE.