(4) Units and organizations authorized

recommendation should be for-

more than one prescribed load will

warded to the U.S. Army Mobility

Equipment Center (para 6).

multiply the quantity listed in the

appropriate end item density spread

column of 1-5 or 6-10 by the number

items other than combat essential

of prescribed loads.

items are authorized to a minimum

quantity sufficient to repair one

(5) When more than 10 equipments re-

item and/or assembly and increases

quire support, multiply the quantity

in the stated quantity are author-

listed in the 6-10 column by the num-

ized for all items when justified by

ber of equipments and the number of

demand and usage experience.

authorized prescribed loads, divide by

Detailed procedures for performing

10, and round to the nearest whole

these adjustments are prescribed in

number.

AR 735-35.

6-10 column is 4, the number of equip-

Shown for each repair part applicable direct

ments is 17, and the number of au-

and general support, and/or depot maintenance

thorized prescribed loads is 1, the

is either an allowance factor or an asterisk

following formula would be used:

allocation which indicates the following:

4 × 17 × 1÷ 10 = 6.8

The resulting fraction is 0.8 therefore

(1) A guide quantity factor is shown for

the authorized stockage is 7.

each part authorized to be stocked by

direct and general support mainte-

nance and supply support activities,

6-10 column is 4, the number of equip-

and the number of repair parts

ments is 17, and the number of au-

recommended for depot maintenance.

thorized prescribed loads is 3, the

This factor is based on the latest

following formula. would be used:

mortality data for 700 hours operation

4 × 17 × 3 ÷ 10 = 20.4

per year and is the average quantity

The resulting fraction is 0.4; there-

required by the various maintenance

fore the authorized stockage is 20.

activities to provide maintenance and

supply support for 100 items of equip-

units and organizations required to have

ment for a 15-day period under aver-

on hand, boxed or packaged prescribed

age combat conditions.

load(s) pursuant to a special mission as-

signment. Such prescribed load(s) will be

(2) The quantities of repair parts author-

computed or selected separately from quan-

ized for stockage are determined using

tities authorized for stockage at permanent

the following mathematical formula:

station.

(6) Repair parts required to perform

organizational maintenance, which are

not authorized for stockage are iden-

tified by an asterisk, and are to be

Fractions derived from the use of the

requisitioned for immediate use only.

above formula will be rounded to

whole numbers as follows: If the re-

(7) Subsequent changes to allowances will

sult is 1 or more and includes a frac-

be limited as follows:

tion that is 0.5 or more, the quantity

is rounded to the next higher number.

of combat essential items is au-

thorized.

supported is 30 and the allowance

factor for 100 equipments is 5, the

authorized. If exception to the pre-

following formula would be used:

scribed load listing or revision to

allowance is considered necessary, a

30 × 5 ÷ 100 = 1.5