Volume 2 Section 1

  1. What area acts as the primary submission point for supplies?
    Customer Service
  2. What are the ways that requests for supplies may be submitted?
    • 1. Hand Carried
    • 2. Mailed
    • 3. Transmitted by radio, telephone or email
  3. When Customer Service recieves a request for supplies, it prepares what form?
    AF Form 2005, Issue/Turn-in Request in 2 copies
  4. Where does copy 1 of the AF Form 2005 that is processed by Customer Service go?
    Sent to the terminal for input
  5. Where does copy 2 of the AF Form 2005 that is processed by Customer Service go?
    Copy 2 is used as the control copy if the original copy leaves the element. It is also used to determine the next available serial number.
  6. What is an alternative method of determining the next available serial number for the AF Form 2005 that is processed by Customer Service?
    Use a preserialized AF FOrm 2005 instead of using copy 2
  7. What is the phonetic alphabet?
    • Alpha
    • Bravo
    • Charlie
    • Delta
    • Echo
    • Foxtrot
    • Golf
    • Hotel
    • India
    • Juliet
    • Kilo
    • Lima
    • Mike
    • November
    • Oscar
    • Papa
    • Quebec
    • Romeo
    • Sierra
    • Tango
    • Uniform
    • Victor
    • Whiskey
    • X-ray
    • Yankee
    • Zulu
  8. What is the 3 position alphanumeric code that provides a method for the SBSS database to select the correct internal program to process the input transaction?
    TRIC- Transaction Identification Code
  9. What will happen if the delivery destination code is left blank on the AF Form 2005?
    It will be automatically assigned from the organization cost center record (OCCR)
  10. What is an issue exception code?
    one-position alphanumeric code assigned to the item record. It identifies issue conditions unique to an item
  11. What does IEX code B mean?
    Warranty/Guaranty Item
  12. What does IEX code D mean?
    Do not back order
  13. What does IEX code G mean?
    Civil engineering item
  14. What does IEX code 4 mean?
    Random Length Item
  15. What does IEX code 5 mean?
    Time Change Item
  16. What does IEX code 9 mean?
    Health Hazard Item
  17. What do you do when an organization requests for an item from your stock but with the part number instead of the NSN?
    Furnish the TECHNICAL ORDER (TO) data or other appropriate reference at the time of submission. (DONT DO IF ALREADY LOADED)
  18. Break down this document number.

    On the 2003rd fay, organization 116, electric shop, calls in the 10th expedite request of the day.
  19. What are the different activity codes?
    • X- Expedite (01-04)
    • R- Routine
    • B- Bench Stock
    • S- Supply Point
  20. What are the different Shop Codes?
    • HS- Hydraulic Shop
    • EL- Electrical Shop
  21. What does demand code I, J, K, L and M mean?
    • ~These are initial.
    • ~It identifies initial issue requests for items needed to satisfy an original shortage/installation.
    • ~You dont have to turn in an unserviceable to recieve the item.
  22. What does demand code C mean?
    • ~Contractor Support
    • ~Shows request from contractors
    • ~Only established when they believe that an item will not be returned
  23. What does demand code T, and R mean?
    • ~Recurring
    • ~This replaces an unserviceable or condemend item and items needed in day to day operations.
    • ~Update to DOLD records
    • ~Establish DIFM control
    • ~Records repair cucle data on the repair cycle record
  24. What does demand codes N and U mean?
    • ~Nonrecurring
    • ~Shows request that more than likely will not be repetitive
    • ~Establish a DIFM control but do not update repair cycle records.
  25. What do you do for the work order number when the item is tracked by the Core Automated Maintenance System? (CAMS)
    Enter the last 6 digits of the seven digit job control number
  26. What does TEX code 4 mean?
    Fill or Kill request
  27. What does TEX Code 8 do?
    Establish due-out
  28. Normally, who assigns that force activity designator?
  29. What is the system designator used to do?
    • Used to:
    • P-Process
    • I-Identify
    • C-Control
    • S-Segregate
    • selected inputs
  30. What does a project code allow?
    AF and DOD personnel to track the cost data and service performance of items related to specail projects, programs, excersices and maneuvers.
  31. UJC are identified by what 2 things?
    • 1. Urgency of Need
    • 2. Justification
  32. What are the 3 different UND codes?
    • A-Prevent Mission
    • B-Impair Mission
    • C-Stock Replinishment
  33. What are the 8 different UJC codes?
    • A-Aerospace
    • E-Communication equipment
    • G-Aerospacec ground equipment
    • M-Aerospace engine
    • O-Precision measurement equipment labs
    • R-Material Required to repair unserviceable items
    • U-TCTo item
    • Z-others
  34. What could happen if you question an inflated UND/UJC?
    reduce UMMIPS violations
  35. What does the I004 Management Notice show?
  36. What does the I005 managment notice show?
    Shows what due-out requistioning action was taken and appears following the I004 notice.
  37. I006?
  38. I007?
    • PN cannot be converted to a NSN under program control
    • *PN isnt loaded in the system or when multiple stock numbers are lodaded for the same part number.
  39. I023?
    Refelects the total base asset position of an item.
  40. Activity code ____ is used to identify issues processed through CAMS.
  41. SBSS uses ____ notifications to notify the CAMS of a change in the due-out status of an item.
  42. Status code 1=
  43. Status Code 2=
  44. Status Code 3=
    Status Change
  45. Status Code 4=
    Mark for Change
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