h. Organizational Maintenance 15-Day Level, 2d Echelon. The quantity determined using the procedure
described above is one prescribed load for a 1-day period. The quantities contained in the prescribed load must be on
hand or on order at all times. Major commanders will determine the number of prescribed loads that second echelon units
will carry. WHEN MAJOR COMMANDERS AUTHORIZE MORE THAN ONE PRESCRIBED LOAD, USE THE
FOLLOWING FORMULA, instead of the one shown above. Multiply the number of equipments by the number of
prescribed loads authorized, times the allowance factor, and then divide by 100.
No. of Parts
5 ÷ 100
4.5 = 5
Field Maintenance 15-Day Level, Ad and 4th Echelons.
(1) Third echelon. This column lists the initial guide quantity allowance factor of repair parts authorized for
initial stockage by Engineer Field Maintenance Shops (non-TOE), Engineer Field Maintenance
Companies (TOE 5-157), and similar TOE units to provide Sd echelon maintenance for Engineer
equipment and to provide organizational maintenance repair parts for supported units for a i-day period.
Additional repair parts are allocated by an asterisk for immediate use only. Upon establishment of
supply records, recorded demand ex-