e. Quantity Incorporated in Unit Pack,
Column 5. This column indicates the actual
quantity contained in the unit pack.
f. Quantity Incorporated in Unit, Column
6. This column indicates the quantity of the
item used in the equipment.
g. Quantity Furnished With Equipment,
Column 7. This column indicates the quantity
of an item furnished with the equipment.
h. Quantity Authorized, Column 8. This
column indicates the quantity of an item au-
thorized the operator/crew to have on hand
or to obtain as required. As required items
are indicated with an asterisk.
6. Federal Supply Code
j. Illustration, Column 9. This column is
divided as follows:
(1) Figure Number, column 9a, indicates
the figure number of the illustration in which
the item is shown.
(2) Item Number, column 9b, indicates
the callout number used to reference the item
in the illustration.
4. Explanation of Columns in the Tabular
List of Maintenance and Operating Sup-
a. Item, Column 1. This column contains nu-
merical sequence items numbers assigned to
each component application to facilitate refer-
b. Component Application, Column 2. This
column identifies the component application of
each maintenance or operating supply item.
c. Federal Stock Number, Column 3. This
column indicates the Federal Stock Number
for the item and will be used for requisitioning
d. Description, Column 4. This column in-
dicates the item and a brief description.
e. Quantity Required for Initial Operation,
Column 5. This column indicates the quantity
of each maintenance or operating supply item
required for initial operation of the equipment.
f. Quantity Required for 8 Hours Opera-
tion, Column 6. This column indicates the
estimated quantities required for an average
eight hours of operation.
g. Notes, Column 7. This column indicates
informative notes keyed to data appearing in
a preceding column.