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DOD - FCR DOD 4145.19-R-1

STORAGE AND MATERIALS HANDLING

active, Most Current
Organization: DOD
Publication Date: 1 August 1989
Status: active
Page Count: 590
scope:

Purpose and Applicability

a. This regulation establishes uniform storage and materials handling policies, procedures, and responsibilities for use by DOD supply installations/ activities involved in the receipt, storage, issue and care of military supplies and equipment, except for preservation-packing and operation, defense property disposal storage facilities, and maintenance of bulk petroleum fuel handling facilities.

(1) Preservation-packing of military supplies and equipment is contained in joint services publications DSAM 4145.2/TM 38-230-1/NA VSUP PUB 502/AFP 71-15/MCO 4030.31B, Vol I, Preservation and Packing, and DSAM 4145.2, Vol II/TM 38-230-2/NA VSUP PUB 503, Vol II/AFP -/MCO 4030.21C, Packing. Guidance applicable to bulk petroleum fuel handling facilities is set forth in MIL-HDBK-201, Petroleum Operations.

(2) DPDS Manual 4160.5, Storage Operations (Warehousing) at the Defense Property Disposal Offices provides guidance on storage of excess and surplus materials.

b. The provisions of this regulation apply to the Department of the Army (DA), the Department of the Navy (DN), the Department of the Air Force (DAF), the Marine Corps (MC), and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) (referred to collectively as "DOD Components").

Document History

FCR DOD 4145.19-R-1
August 1, 1989
STORAGE AND MATERIALS HANDLING
Purpose and Applicability a. This regulation establishes uniform storage and materials handling policies, procedures, and responsibilities for use by DOD supply installations/ activities involved in...

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