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Form NSO 124

NAVY
FILING MANUAL

Fourth Edition

1941

Navy Department Seal

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1941



NAVY FILING MANUAL
(FOURTH EDITION)

 

AUGUST 27, 1941.

1. The Secretary of the Navy, on July 5, 1923, directed that the Navy Filing Manual as compiled by the Board appointed for the purpose be adopted for use and placed in effect throughout the entire Naval Service with the exception of the United States Marine Corps. The original edition of the Navy Filing Manual was followed by the issuance to the naval service in 1931 of the second edition, and in 1939 of the third edition of the manual.

2. This fourth edition of the Navy Filing Manual, in which are incorporated additions and changes made since the issuance of the third edition in 1939, supersedes all previous editions of the manual and shall be placed in effect in the Naval Service upon receipt. The fourth edition of the Navy Filing Manual is issued in loose-leaf form to provide a more ready and convenient means for inserting subsequent additions and changes therein or for deleting obsolete matter there-from, and to obviate the necessity for frequently issuing completely revised editions of the manual.

3. The Navy Filing Manual shall be regarded as a manual issued by the Office of the Secretary, in accordance with Article 74 (1) (h), U. S. Navy Regulations, 1920, and changes therein shall be accomplished in accordance with Article 74 (2).

4. The provisions of the Navy Filing Manual shall be carried out under the direction of the Chief Clerk of the Navy Department, and to assist him in carrying out these provisions there shall be a Navy Filing Manual Permanent Committee composed of civil employees thoroughly experienced in and familiar with the requirements of record and file work, one of whom shall be designated as Senior Member.

5. The Office of the Secretary and the Bureau of Ships shall each nominate not more than two civil employees, and the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations and the Bureaus of Navigation, Ordnance, Aeronautics, Yards and Docks, Supplies and Accounts, and Medicine and Surgery, shall each nominate not more than one civil employee, to serve as members of the Navy Filing Manual Permanent Committee upon their appointment as such by the Secretary of the Navy.

FRANK KNOX,
Secretary of the Navy.

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS


INTRODUCTION
 
The first edition of the United States Navy Filing Manual was approved by the Secretary of the Navy July 5, 1923, and ordered put into use by all naval activities.

This fourth edition of the Navy Filing Manual has been put in loose leaf form so as to permit periodic replacement of obsolete pages without reprinting the entire book. In the future the Service will be notified by supplement of additions or corrections to be made in the Manual. As the blank spaces at the foot of each page are utilized that page will be reprinted and furnished as soon as possible, but in no case will these pages be reprinted until all spaces are used. As no further editions are contemplated it is essential that you maintain your Manual currently.

The many notes appearing under the subheadings in the F, N, and S groups have been to a large extent eliminated and appear as general notes in the preface to the F and N groups.

Following the general instructions will be found the complete listing of various groups and classifications under which the subject and name title groups are outlined. The careful perusal of these will add greatly to a proper understanding of the contents of the Manual. Study of the 7 "Subject Groups" and the 24 "Name Title Groups" listed in the index of classifications should give sufficient background when coupled with the following "Rules" to furnish a working knowledge of the Filing Manual. In the use of the index the symbols appearing therein should be used as a guide to the group and classifications under which the subject appears and should be used in conjunction therewith. It is specifically requested, however, that any questions arising on the use of the Manual be referred to the Office of the Secretary, Navy Department, Washington, D. C.


FILE NUMBERS-RULES FOR APPLICATION
 
File numbers are formed for the various classifications of the filing system by-
(a) A subject number: A5.
(b) A name title number: NC.
(c) A subject number and a subdivision thereunder: A5-7.
(d) A name title number and a subdivision thereunder: NC2.
(e) Two subject numbers: A1-4/L1-1.
(f) Two name titles: NY3/LL.
(g) A name title and a subject number: BB55/S8.
(h) A subject number and a name title number: L11-3/NY3
(i) A third group may be added after a/where size of file warrants further subdivision. While the use of more than two groups is permissible it is recommended that file numbers be confined to two groups.
(j) Personnel correspondence. (See notes in LL, MM, OO groups.)

SUGGESTED RULES FOR APPLICATION OF FILE NUMBERS
 
RULE 1.-A "slant" (/) shall be used to separate the individual standard file numbers which are used to make up the combined number. Example: BB55/S82-1.

RULE 2.-Arbitrary symbols used by the writer for his own convenience solely and which mean nothing to the receiver shall invariably be inclosed in parentheses. Arbitrary symbols must follow after the combined standard file number except those used for arbitrary sub-

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numbers which may follow any one of the standard file numbers used in the combination. Example: BB55/S82-K4).

RULE 3.-When a file number (see art. 2043 (12), U. S. Navy Regulations) is used as a reference, the whole number shall be quoted.

RULE 4.-The file numbers for correspondence regarding a particular vessel (or class of vessels) may be made up of the same title file number of the vessel (or class) and the subject title file number. Example: Subject: U. S. S. North Carolina's boats, file No. BB55/S82.

RULE 5.-The file numbers for correspondence regarding a particular shore station (or class of shore stations) may be made up of the name title file number of the shore station (or class) and one or more subject title file numbers. Example: Subject: Norfolk Navy Yard, repairs to floating crane, file No. NT5/N31-15.

RULE 6.-File numbers for correspondence on various materials (fabricated or not fabricated) that has to do with tests, specifications, procurement, etc., and not with installation or repairs and alterations after installation, are formed by adding the leaflet specification number or class number to JJ. (See JJ Classification, Material.)

RULE 7.-The file number of correspondence regarding geographical locations may include the file number representing the title "Geographic location" (QG) followed by the name of the place spelled out. Special provisions have been made for foreign countries, states, grand land, and water divisions. The Hydrographic Office, Washington, D. C., is exempt from this rule. Example: Subject: Typhoon, Gulf of Aden; file No. H4-9/QG, Gulf of Aden.

RULE 8.-Arrangement of file numbers. The file number for the standard title U. S. S. North Carolina is BB55; similarly, S82 represents "boats," By combining these two in any sequence the writer indicates that the subject of the letter is the "U. S. S. North Carolina's boats," which should be sufficiently definite and descriptive to permit locating the letter, if later referred to by file number only, in any Navy file irrespective of its file-arrangement plan.

There are two possible combinations of the two standard titles mentioned above. The sequence of their corresponding symbols making up the file number is immaterial, as the two titles arranged in either order give a definite and positive indication of the subject of the letter. The sequence actually selected would depend upon the writer's file arrangement, i. e., the manner in which its division, subdivisions (and possible further subdivisions) are arranged.


WRITER'S FILE ARRANGEMENT
 
DivisionSubdivisionFile No.
U. S. S. North CarolinaBoatsBB55/S82
BoatsU. S. S. North CarolinaS82/BB55

SERIAL NUMBERS
 
Serial numbers should not be enclosed in parentheses but when used they should be placed on the line immediately below the file number and preceded by the word "serial." Example:
"BB55/S82
 Serial 1234"

The use of the serial numbers only in referring to previous correspondence gives rise to much difficulty in locating this correspondence. It is strongly recommended in such instances that the subject and/or file number of the communication be given, unless for reasons of security it is inadvisable to reveal these facts.


COOPERATION
 
A close cooperation of the administrative and technical forces with the filing forces saves loss of time to both. The holding of papers on desks, insufficient information in requests for files, the retention of file jackets beyond a reasonable time, all tends to block the smooth working of the files and prevents the current posting of correspondence on these


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cases, thus slowing up the efficient handling of correspondence. If a piece of correspondence is erroneously classified, the technical or administrative officer receiving it should return it to the file section for correction.

It is especially important that mail and file sections impress upon writers of official outgoing letters, the necessity of placing file numbers on all copies and indicate the bureau or office preparing same before sending them to a file room for recording.


SUBJECTS-CLASSIFICATION
 
The writer of a letter is in the best position to know the salient points thereof, and should be able to place a comprehensive "subject" at the head of a letter. If the subject is misleading or too brief it frequently results in wrong classification. In a very large percentage of official correspondence, the closing paragraph sums up what action is wanted and combined with an intelligent subject gives a good classification.

ADMINISTRATIVE INSPECTIONS
 
When administrative inspections are held it is recommended that the inspection officer check the Piling Manuals in possession of the unit inspected to see that all changes as issued by the Navy Department have been made therein.

PRECEDENTS
 
A common failing of filing forces is to lose sight of the general significance of correspondence, tying it up with a specific case. Care should be taken that correspondence that has a precedential or general application be so classified, or a copy be so classified, or a cross index made.

BOLD FACE TYPE
 
In the alphabetical section bold face type is used only to designate names of vessels.


SUBJECT AND NAME TITLE GROUPS


SUBJECT GROUPS.
 
AAdministration.
FAircraft material.
HHydrography, meteorology, navigation and astronomy.
LLogistics.
NShore establishments materials.
PPersonnel.
SShips material.

NAME TITLE GROUPS.
 
AB-AZAuxiliary ships.
BBBattleships.
CA-CLCruisers.
CMMine layers.
CVAircraft carriers.
DD-DMDestroyers and light mine layers.
DMSMine sweepers.
EA-EZU. S. Government Executive Departments and Foreign Governments.
FA-PYFleets.
GA-HZGovernment establishments, independent, etc.
IXUnclassified vessels, naval.
JC-JSMaterials.
KA-KWMarine corps organizations.
LA-LVCivilian personnel.
MA-MZEnlisted personnel.
NA-NZShore establishments.
OA-OZOfficer personnel.
PC-PYcPatrol vessels.
QA-OZMiscellaneous name titles.
SMMine laying submarines.
SSSubmarines.
VB-VTHeavier-than-air aircraft.
YA-YYDistrict Craft.
ZK-ZZLighter-than-air aircraft.

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ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP

A1 Plans, projects, and policies.
A2 Executive action.
A3 Organization and management.
A4 Operations of vessels or aircraft.
A5 Exercises, practices, and competitions.
A6 Communications.
A7 Publicity and censorship.
A8 Intelligence.
A9 Reports and statistics.
A10 Publications.
A11 Researches and investigations.
A12 Historical matters.
A13 Inventions, patents, and beneficial suggestions.
A14 Foreign affairs, doctrines of state, foreign policies.
A15 Honors and ceremonies.
A16 War, preparation for; conduct of.
A17 Law and justice.
A18 Legislation and congressional action.
A19 Conferences, congresses, and conventions (other than political).
A20 Unclassifiable communications.
A21 Aviation.

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A1 PLANS, PROJECTS, POLICIES.
 
A1-1 Developments.
Plans (for plans, drawings, see L2 and S1).
Projects.
A1-2 Government policies.
A1-3 Building programs.
To specify a particular project, policy, etc., combine the above with appropriate name or subject title and file number.
A1-4 Public Works.

A2 EXECUTIVE ACTION.
 
(For correspondence in regard to, changes in, or the interpretation, issuance, promulgation, revision, or revocation of)
A2-1 Regulations, navy.
Articles for the government of the Navy (regulations).
Changes.
Rules of the road.
A2-2 Manuals and administrative pamphlets.
A2-3 Uniform regulations. Navy and Marine Corps.
A2-4 Naval militia regulations.
Naval reserve force regulations.
A2-5 Shore establishments and fleet regulations.
A2-6 Regulations, army.
Articles of war.
Changes in Army regulations.
Military post regulations.
Army police.
Army uniform.
Militia.
A2-7 Regulations other than army and navy.
Dock, harbor, police, quarantine, customs, etc.
A2-8 Presidential decrees.
Executive orders.
Proclamations.
A2-9 General orders.
Court-martial orders.
A2-10 Executive decrees other than presidential.
Executive orders.
Proclamations.
Ordinances and resolutions.
A2-11 Departmental orders.
Bureau orders. (See A3-2 "Management.")
Circular letters.
Departmental circulars.
Multiple letters.
A2-12 Instructions.
Secret.
Special.
A2-13 Rules and safety laws, aviation.
International rules and laws.
Safety precautions.

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A2 EXECUTIVE ACTION-Continued.
 
A2-14 Permits, licenses, and passes.
Licenses.
Permits for passage of civilians on naval vessels and aircraft. (See L20 for naval personnel, commissioned, enlisted and civil, and dependents and relatives thereof.)
Permits to take moving and still pictures.
Permits for passage of contractor's representatives on naval vessels and aircraft to witness trials and tests.
Permits for use of Government personnel for filming commercial motion pictures.
Permits to visit ships, shore stations, and private establishments doing Government work.
Property passes.
Visits to ships, shore stations, and private establishments.
Visits to executive departments and independent Government establishments.
A2-15 Decisions, opinions, criticisms, and precedents.
Interpretations of decisions, opinions, and precedents.
Requests for decisions.

To specify a particular regulation, order, instruction, rule, decision, opinion, etc., combine the above with appropriate name of subject title and file number. Circular letters and similar correspondence should be classified under the title most appropriately descriptive of the subject matter. The above classifications are furnished principally for correspondence relative to handling, issuing, etc., or circular letters, etc.

A3 ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT.
 
A3-1 Organization.
Amalgamation.
Authority and jurisdiction of any administrative unit.
Centralization.
Cognizance.
Cognizance of work.
Concentration.
Consolidation.
Definition of authority.
Delegation of authority.
Distribution of units.
Division of any administrative unit.
Extent of authority.
Organization of charts.
Peace basis.
Powers, duties, and function of any administrative unit.
Reorganization.
Responsibility for work.
Strength and distribution (organizations; for personnel, see P16-1).
Succession of authority.
War basis.
War footing.

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A3 ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT-Continued.
 
A3-2 Management.
Business methods and procedure.
Conferences, administrative.
Constitution and bylaws.
Coordination (organization and management).
Cooperation (organization and management).
District orders. (See A2-5 for navy yard regulations.)
Economy.
Interbureau orders.
Intrabureau orders.
Liaison (organization and management).
Navy yard orders.
Office memoranda.
Office methods.
Scientific management.
Shop management.
A3-3 Blanks and forms. (For honorable discharge blanks, see P19-1.)
A3-4 Status of public business in bureaus and offices, report of, etc.

A4 OPERATIONS OF VESSELS, AIRCRAFT, AND SHORE STATIONS.
 
A4-1 Status of vessels and aircraft.
Change in status of vessels and aircraft.
Commissioning and recommissioning.
Decommissioning.
Fitting out and fitting-out yards.
In commission.
In commission in ordinary.
In full commission.
In commission in reserve.
In reduced commission.
Loss of, official declaration of.
Out of commission.
Striking from Navy list.
A4-2 Status of shore stations.
Closing of shore stations.
Establishment of shore stations. (See A1 for proposed establishment.)
Opening of shore stations.
A4-3 Ship and aircraft movements.
Arrivals and departures.
Assignments, details, towing.
Clearance.
Cruises, cruising reports.
Diversion.
Employment of aircraft.
Employment of as (escort duty, detached service, Great Lakes patrol service, ice patrol service, immigration patrol service, etc.).
Entry.
Flights.
Home port.
Itineraries.
Movement orders.
Operation orders.

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A4 OPERATIONS OF VESSELS, ETC.-Continued.
 
A4-3 Ship and aircraft movements-Continued.
Passage.
Ports of call.
Schedules of employment.
Sealed orders.
Secret orders.
Shake-down cruises.
Tentative Sailings.
A4-4 Routine.
Guard, boats.
Guard, medical.
Guard, ships.
A4-5 Visits of ships or aircraft.
Visits of foreign vessels or aircraft to ports of other foreign countries.
Visits of foreign vessels or aircraft to United States ports.
Visits of United States vessels or aircraft to foreign ports.
Visits of United States vessels or aircraft to United States ports. (See A15-2.)

A5 EXERCISES, PRACTICES, AND COMPETITIONS.
 
A5-1 Gun exercises.
Aircraft practices.
Advanced practices.
Battle practices (antiaircraft).
Force, division, or section practices.
Gunnery instructions.
Long-range battle practice.
Night battle practices.
Short-range battle practices.
Short-range director practices.
Spotting practice (day or night), turret and broadside.
Spotting practices (antiaircraft).
A5-2 Torpedo exercises.
Battle torpedo practices.
Control.
Depth settings.
Elementary torpedo practices.
Exercise torpedoes.
Ready torpedoes.
Rehearsals.
A5-3 Mine exercises.
A5-4 Depth-charge exercises.
A5-5 Bomb exercises.
A5-6 Field and boats gun and small-arm exercises.
Boat gun practices.
Marksmanship.
Rifle matches.
Scores (small-arm practices).
Small-arm competitions.
Small-arms firing regulations.
Trophies, rifle.
A5-7 Engineering performances.
Accounts.
Allowances.

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A5 EXERCISES, PRACTICES, AND COMPETITIONS-Continued.
 
A5-7 Engineering performances-Continued.
Allowed speed.
Analyses of performance.
Availability cruises.
Break-downs.
Casualties.
Conditions.
Cruising radius (actual performance).
Economy.
Eligibility.
Endurance runs.
Engineering competitions.
Factors.
Fuel accounts.
Fuel consumption.
Fuel equivalents.
Full-power trials.
Horsepower, fuel consumption, and speed curves determined after commissioning. (For similar data taken on preliminary and final trials, see SS.)
Light spread
Merit.
Money prizes.
Navy "E."
Observers.
Performance curves.
Rules.
Score.
Smoke-prevention runs.
Standardization trials. (See S8 for "Acceptance trial.")
Steaming data.
Submerged runs.
Trophies.
Umpires.
A5-8 Battle efficiency competition.
A5-9 Drills.
Abandon ship.
Angle fire data.
Angle of fall, projectile.
Ballistic exercises and diagrams.
Battery.
Bayonet.
Boat.
Collision.
Competitive.
Curved fire speed data.
Exhibition.
Fire.
Fire and rescue.
Gas defense.
Guard mounting exercise.
Marches, practice.
Marjorie Sterrett battleship fund awards.
Moments of inertia, projectile.
Navy "E."
Prize money (gunnery).
Ranging data.

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A5 EXERCISES, PRACTICES, AND COMPETITIONS-Continued.
 
A5-9 Drills-Continued.
Regulations.
Reports on material and general remarks, gunnery exercises.
Tournaments, military.

The following, when occurring, will be classified with the type of practice under discussion.
 
Ammunition allowance (gunnery exercises).
Base course.
Casualties (gunnery exercises).
Classification of guns.
Fire distribution (gunnery exercises).
Gunnery preparedness inspections.
Hang fires (gunnery exercises).
Hits (gunnery exercises).
Limits of fire.
Observers and observations.
Observations, fall of shot.
Observations, rake.
Painting of shell for gunnery exercises.
Pattern, salvo (gunnery exercises).
Predicted scores.
Prizes (gunnery exercises).
Qualifications (gunnery exercises).
Rakes (gunnery exercises).
Range.
Range tables (gunnery exercises).
Range tug (gunnery exercises).
Rehearsals (gunnery exercises).
Repair party.
Roll and pitch (gunnery exercises).
Salvo signals (gunnery exercises).
Scores method of computing (gunnery exercises).
Sealed instructions (gunnery exercises).
Spotters (gunnery exercises).
Towing vessel (gunnery exercises).
Trophies (gunnery exercises).
A5-10 Bakery and cooking competition.
A5-11 Communication competition, radio, sound, and visual, prizes for proficiency in.
A5-12 Pigeon training, races, flights, etc.
A5-13 Visual signalling competition.
A5-14 Aircraft and balloon races.
Aircraft.
Balloon.
Trophies.
A5-15 Damage control practice.

A6 COMMUNICATIONS.
 
A6-1 Traffic (communications).
Alasiatic messages.
Alati messages.
Alnav messages.
Alnavsta messages.
Alpac messages.
Cable service.

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A6 COMMUNICATIONS--Continued.
 
A6-1 Traffic (communications)-Continued.
Cablegrams.
Day letters.
Dispatches (messages).
Field messages.
Land-wire traffic.
Land wire service and facilities. Complaints on land wire systems.
Night letters.
Night telegrams.
Radio traffic.
Radio traffic, routing of.
Radiograms.
Rates for radio service when sent by Government stations.
Tapping wires (listening in).
Telegrams.
Telegraph service.
Telegraph traffic (land wire).
Telephone directories.
Telephone messages.
Telephone service.
Telephone traffic (land wire).
Television (telephone).
Traffic time studies.
A6-2 Operations of radio.
Atmospheric disturbance (static, etc.).
Complaints as to delays, failures, etc., in handling.
Complaints as to handling of radio traffic.
Calibrations.
Discrepancies.
International radio accounts.
Listening in.
Radio broadcasting.
Radio circuits.
Radio-compass bearings.
Radio-compass operations.
Radio interference (wave lengths).
Radio operating signals.
Radiophone broadcasting.
Radio schedules.
Radio service, domestic and foreign.
Television (radio).
Tests of radio station (operating).
Time signals.
Time, transmission of (broadcasting).
Tracking and drilling.
Transmission power.
Transmitting intervals.
Violations of communication instructions.
Wave lengths, radio (traffic).
A6-3 Codes and signals.
Boat hails (signals).
Bugle calls.
Call letters.
Cipher codes.
Cipher letters.
Code lists (codes).
Codes, radio.

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A6 COMMUNICATIONS-Continued.
 
A6-3 Codes and signals-Continued.
Codes, secret.
Codes (signal).
Codes (telegraphic).
Cryptograms.
Commercial signaling code.
Flag signaling code.
International Signal Code.
Signal books.
Signaling.
Signaling, danger.
Signaling, distress.
Signaling, flag.
Signaling, fog.
Signaling, heliograph.
Signaling, night.
Signaling, pyrotechnic.
Signaling, rocket.
Signaling, semaphore.
Signaling, sound.
Signaling, tactical.
Signaling, visual.
Underwater sound signaling.
A6-4 Mail.
Air mail service.
Anonymous.
Cable addresses (other than individuals).
Cable addresses, registration of (other than individuals).
Change of address (other than individuals).
Christmas boxes and packages.
Communications from persons mentally deficient.
Communications too vague to be answered.
Courier service.
Crank letters.
Dead letters.
Destroyed.
Dispatch agencies.
Franking privilege.
Foreign.
Guard for.
Insured mail.
Irregularity in.
Lost.
Mail addresses (other than individuals).
Mailing lists.
Messenger service.
Misdirected.
Money orders.
Ocean mail service.
Parcel post.
Parcel-post zones.
Penalty envelopes.
Personal mail.
Private mail.
Postage, rates of.
Postage stamps.
Postal guide and supplements.

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A6 COMMUNICATIONS-Continued.
 
A6-4 Mail-Continued.
Postal laws and regulations.
Post routes.
Pouch service.
Registered mail.
Rural.
Service.
Secret writing.
Transportation of.
Translations.
Undelivered mail.
Violations of postal laws and regulations.
A6-5 Correspondence.
Certified copies.
Instructions regarding preparation and forwarding of.
Irregularities in.
Manner of handling.
Methods of.
Office channels.
Routing sheets.
Signing of mail and correspondence.
A6-6 Files and records.
Amendments and correction of.
Destruction of records.
Examination of records.
File and index systems.
Lost records.
Making copies of.
Preservation of.
Production in court.
Records (archives).
Storage and care of.
Use of.
Tracer system.
Useless records and papers, destruction and disposition of.
A6-7 Pigeon service.
Pigeons, pedigrees and statistics of. (For pigeon lofts see N28-7; for aircraft pigeons and equipment see F42-4.)
A6-8 Secret and confidential correspondence and files, instructions for handling, etc. (See A7-3 for confidential publication.)

A7 PUBLICITY AND CENSORSHIP.
 
A7-1 Publicity.
Announcements.
Bulletins and circulars.
Bureau supplies and accounts memoranda.
Circulars.
Commercial press (radio).
Freedom of speech and of the press.
Interviews.
Movements of vessels, daily bulletin of.
Navy radio press.
News letters, permission to publish.
Orders issued to officers, daily bulletin of.
Permission to publish.

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A7 PUBLICITY AND CENSORSHIP-Continued.
 
A7-1 Publicity-Continued.
Press clippings.
Press correspondents.
Press notices.
Press reports.
Propaganda.
Public opinion.
Public press.
A7-2 Censorship.
Articles for publication, scrutiny of.
Handling confidential and secret matters.
Leaks of confidential information.
A7-3 Confidential, secret, and registered publications.
Corrections.
Custody.
Handling.
Loss of.
Safeguarding.
A7-4 Motion pictures and films.
A7-5 Photographs.

A8 INTELLIGENCE.
 
A8-1 Intelligence systems.
Instructions to officers relative to intelligence reports.
A8-2 Information, collection of.
Information from abroad.
Information service.
Military information other than own.
A8-3 Information, dissemination of, general.
Dissemination of information to foreign governments.
A8-4 Secret Service.
Agents.
Volunteer informants.
A8-5 Espionage.
Activities of foreigners.
Alien enemies.
Spies.
Suspects.
Unfriendly persons.

A9 REPORTS AND STATISTICS.
 
A9-1 Annual reports.
A9-2 Semiannual reports.
A9-3 Quarterly reports.
A9-4 Monthly reports.
A9-5 Semimonthly reports.
A9-6 Weekly reports.
A9-7 Daily reports.
A9-8 Occasional reports.
A9-9 Reports of proceedings of boards, commissions. See A17 for reports of statutory boards.
Minority reports.
A9-10 Statistics.
Census.
Data.
Population.

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A9 REPORTS AND STATISTICS-Continued.
 
A9-11 Ship's data book.
A9-12 Lloyd's Register.
A9-13 American bureau shipping register.
A9-14 Public works data book.
A9-15 Jane's fighting ships.
A9-16 Technical data and notes.
The above subject titles and file numbers are inserted for use in "crossing" and for combining with pertinent titles, as required, for distinguishing and filing the various reports and correlative correspondence.

A10 PUBLICATIONS.
 
A10-1 Preparation.
Authors and authorship.
Copyrights, copyright royalties.
Corrections to cancellations and withdrawals.
Editing.
Engraving.
Illustrations (printing and binding).
Instructions governing the printing and binding of
Government publications.
Legend on publications.
Plates.
Printing and binding.
Proofs and proofreading.
Requisitions for printing and binding (authority).
Reviews and opinions.
A10-2 Magazines, periodicals, newspapers, etc., and subscriptions for.
A10-3 Requests for and exchanges.
Cancellations and withdrawals.
Distribution.
International exchange of publications.
A10-4 Directories.
City.
Port.
  (For Directory, Navy, see P16-6.)
A10-5 Almanacs (except nautical) and calendars.
A10-6 Ship and station papers (magazines).
The above subject title and file number is inserted for use in "crossing" and for combining with pertinent titles as required for distinguishing and filing the various publications and correlative correspondence.

A11 RESEARCHES AND INVESTIGATIONS.
 
A11 Scientific and similar expeditions, explorations, observations, researches, and investigations.
The above subject title and filing number is inserted for use in "crossing" and for combining with pertinent titles, as required, for distinguishing and filing the various researches, etc., and correlative correspondence. (For analysis, tests, and experiments, see L5-2.)

A12 HISTORICAL MATTERS.
 
A12-1 Chronicles.
Captured records.
Deck logs.
Engineering logs.

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A12-HISTORICAL MATTERS-Continued.
 
A12-1 Chronicles-Continued.
Engineers' bell book.
Logs.
Ships machinery history.
War diaries.
War histories.
War records.
A12-2 Mementos.
Brochures (souvenir pamphlets).
Disposition of relics.
Flags, historical.
Historical tablets. (For ships see S28-5.)
Loan of relics.
Paintings, historical.
Relics.
Ruins.
Trophies. For engineering performances and gunnery exercises trophies, see A5. For athletic trophies, see P10.
A12-3 State papers.
Constitution of the United States.
Declaration of Independence.
Magna charta.
A12-4 Official seals.
Coats of arms.
Emblems.
Combine with QW to provide for any particular war.

A13 INVENTIONS, PATENTS, AND BENEFICIAL SUGGESTIONS.
 
A13-1 Inventions and patents, general.
A13-2 Inventions and patents of Government personnel.
Applications for patents.
Assignment of patents.
Issue of patents.
License under patents.
Priority of consideration, requests for.
A13-3 Inventions and patents, other than Government personnel.
Applications for patents.
Assignment of patents.
Issue of patents.
License under patents.
Priority of consideration, request for.
A13-4 Infringements and interferences.
Claims.
Guarantees.
Misappropriation of ideas.
Suppression.
A13-5 Royalties.
A13-6 Trade-marks.
A13-7 Beneficial suggestions. (See L22-3 for money rewards for.)
New devices.
New ideas.

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A14 FOREIGN AFFAIRS, DOCTRINES OF STATE. FOREIGN POLICY.
 
A14-1 Commercial intercourse. (See also L14 and L23.)
Arming of merchant vessels.
Convoying of merchant or passenger vessels.
Discrimination, foreign, commercial.
Duties, etc. (See L14-2.)
Embargo, contraband of war, confiscations in connection with.
Navigation, closing of, opening of, for diplomatic reasons.
Ports, closed ports; open ports; blockaded ports.
Three-mile limit, commercial relations.
Twelve-mile limit.
A14-2 Property rights, international (not commerce).
Private property, protection of, in foreign countries.
Property rights involved in war; confiscations; enemy property; internment of property, ships, machinery, etc.
A14-3 Personal rights, international, noncombatants.
Citizens, protection of, in foreign countries.
Internment of persons.
Impressment.
Rights of asylum.
Safe conduct.
Treatment of women and children.
A14-4 Influence of nations, international relations.
Arbitration.
Foreign interference.
Intervention.
Mandates and manifests.
Mediation.
Monroe Doctrine.
Spheres of influence.
A14-5 Diplomatic intercourse, international, doctrines of state.
Causes of war; overt acts.
Controversies; disputes.
Demonstration of force.
Diplomatic relations, severance of; nonintercourse; resumption of.
Missions, diplomatic. (See Boards, Committees, Commissions, Missions, etc.)
Missions, fleet. (See Boards, etc.)
Negotiations.
Three-mile limit; other than commercial relations.
A14-6 Status of nations, with reference to war and peace.
Neutral nations; neutrality; proclamation of neutrality.
Passage of armed forces through foreign territory.
Peace, proclamation of; termination of war; actual date of termination of war or hostilities.
War, declaration of actual date of beginning of hostilities.
War, proclamation of.
A14-7 International agreements; awards; protocols.
Alliances; allies.
Amnesty; political relations.
Annexation of territory.

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A14 FOREIGN AFFAIRS, ETC.-Continued.
 
A14-7 International agreements; awards; protocols-Continued.
Armaments, limitations of; reductions of; scrapping of ships in connection with.
Armistice. (See A16).
Boundaries, international; cessions of territory.
Cessions, other than territory.
Concessions.
Indemnities, reparations.
League of rations.
Modus vivendi.
Treaties.

A15 HONORS AND CEREMONIES.
 
A15-1 Official courtesies.
Dipping of colors.
Display of flags and colors.
Dressing ship.
Escorts.
Etiquette (naval).
Guards of honor.
Honors.
Manning the rail.
Manning the yards.
Ruffles and flourishes.
Salutes and saluting stations.
Side boys.
Visits of ceremony.
A15-2 Ceremonies.
Addresses (speeches).
Anniversary commemorations not legal holidays.
Celebrations.
Coronations.
Demonstrations (ceremonies).
Detail of vessels for.
Encampments.
Inaugurations.
Memorial services.
Parades.
Public receptions.
Bequests for and details of aircraft, bands, personnel,
and vessels for celebrations and other functions.
Requests for speakers.
Reviews.
Unveilings.
A15-3 National airs.
The Star Spangled Banner.
For funerals of individuals, parades, and ceremonies in connection therewith, see P6-4.

A16 WAR, PREPARATION FOR; CONDUCT OF.
 
A15-1 National defense.
Allocations.
Military observations; in foreign countries; other. (See also A8-Int.)
Military strength of other powers.
Preparations for war; preparedness.
Protection of the seacoast.

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A16 WAR, PREPARATION FOB; CONDUCT OF-Continued.
 
A16-1 National defense-Continued.
Study of military and naval problems, other than military operations.
Universal training.
War slate. (See P16-9.)
A16-2 Belligerents; combatants; policies of, in conduct of war.
Arming of merchant vessels. (See A14-1.)
Civilized methods of warfare; approval or disapproval of various weapons; illegal warfare.
Hostages.
Prisoners of war; surrender of individuals and groups.
Reprisals.
Retaliation.
A16-3 Warfare operations; defensive; offensive; reports of; problems; war games.
Activities, military or naval; councils of war.
Aerial bombing operations, aerial gas warfare.
Aerial spraying or sprinkling of liquids.
Aerial warfare, methods.
Armistice (protocol of armistice).
Blockades; bombardments; sieges.
Chemical warfare. (See S77 for ship installations.)
Combined air operations.
Demobilization of ships; of aircraft.
Demobilization of troops.
Detached service, military operations.
Engagements; battles; combats; encounters; raids; guerilla warfare.
Expeditions; campaigns.
Invasion; landing of armed forces; capture; occupation; abandonment; evacuation; surrender of places, positions, ships, armies, etc.
Joint operations of combined forces.
Land antiaircraft, methods; land mining operations.
Land warfare, methods.
Mobilization of ships; aircraft; reinforcement.
Mobilization of troops; reinforcement.
Screening operations, indirect methods of attack; ambush; barrage; camouflage, decoys; smoke screens.
Sea warfare (surface); naval warfare, methods; Sea antiaircraft operations; antisubmarine operations.
Search operations; explorations; reconnaissance; scouting; search curves; search of vessels (boarding vessels.)
Service of information; skirmishing; aerial photography.
Strategy; tactics; data; strategical and tactical information; study of data (communications); formations; maneuvers; movements.
Submarine warfare, methods.
Tactical instructions.
Terminating military operations; flag of truce; truce; cessation of hostilities; suspension of hostilities.
Theater of war; enemy territory; defensive sea areas; places.

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A16 WAR, PREPARATION FOR; CONDUCT OF-Continued.
 
A16-3 Warfare operations-Continued.
War instructions.
All general instructions, discussions, and reports on fleet and unit problems; Army and Navy problems; war games; strategy and tactics, etc., should be placed under this heading.
A16-4 Lend-lease program.

A17 LAW; JUSTICE.
 
A17-1 Systems and sources of law.
Common law, constitutional law; international law; statutes. (For Statutes of United States, see A18; For treaties, see A14.)
A17-2 Legal codes; codifications.
Civil codes; penal codes; Revised Statutes; Statutes at Large.
Enforcement of laws.
Federal laws; State laws; laws of foreign countries; municipal laws, and ordinances.
Promulgation of laws.
A17-3 Special civil jurisdictions.
Admiralty and maritime law; prize courts; commercial law; consular courts.
A17-4 Judicial powers; functions; civil courts.
Appellate jurisdiction, civil; court officers; judiciary; court calendars; dockets; court calls; court decrees; court decisions; civil.
A17-5 Remedies; proceedings; relief; legal instruments.
Actions; annulments; appeals; caveat; habeas corpus proceedings; indictments; injunctions; judgments; jury; mandamus; penalties, civil laws; suits, law; litigation; wills and testaments. For processes, warrants, writs, etc., see specific subject.)
Bankruptcy proceedings.
A17-6 Agents, legal matters.
Administration of oaths, other than courts-martial; by naval personnel; by civil personnel; by others; notaries public.
Attorneys; attorneys at law.
Commissioner of deeds.
Disbarments; permits.
Power of attorney. (See also L13-1.)
Practice before departments; legal ethics.
A17-7 Delivery of men to civil authorities.
Arrests of Government personnel on Federal reservations by civil authorities.
Delivery of Government personnel to civil or other Federal authority.
Government personnel acquitted by civil authorities.
Government personnel convicted by civil authorities.
Government personnel released on bail by civil authorities.
Men convicted by civil authorities; released on bail; men acquitted by civil authorities.
Naval prisoners wanted as witnesses in civil courts.
Naval prisoners wanted as witnesses or parties in civil court.
Naval prisoners wanted by other military authorities.
Naval prisoners wanted for trial by civil courts.

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A17 LAW; JUSTICE-Continued.
 
A17-8 Service of civil process on Navy personnel.
Subpoena, etc.
A17-9 Naval law; sources, written, unwritten.
Customs and usages. (See also A2, A12, A17-4, A18.)
Laws Relating to the Navy, annotated (Code).
Naval Digest.
Naval Courts and Boards.
A17-10 Military government; martial law.
Exceptional military courts; military commission; superior provost court; provost court.
  Authority to convene; precept for.
Record of proceedings; conduct of trial.
Martial law, exercise of, by Navy; jurisdiction.
Military government, exercise by Navy; jurisdiction.
Military law.
A17-11 Courts-martial; organization; legal constitution of.
Authority to convene. (See particular kind of court.)
Judge Advocate recorder.
  Qualifications; duties; legal ethics; closed court.
  Counsel for judge advocate.
  Clerical assistance; reporter (stenographer); interpreter.
    Expense to Government of; permission.
Members, qualifications of.
  Officers of United States Naval Reserve Force or Coast Guard, etc., as members.
  Challenge of members.
  Quorum, reduction of membership below; attendance below.
  Duties of members; oaths; limitation of functions before sworn; liability of. (See also A17-15.)
Place of meeting; court; place under jurisdiction of United States.
Precept; composition of the court. (See particular kind of court.)
President; senior member.
  Qualifications; duties; absence of.
Provost marshal; guard; orderly.
  Qualifications; duties.
A17-12 Courts-martial; jurisdiction; pleas to the Jurisdiction. (See also A17-11.)
Appellate jurisdiction, courts-martial cases.
Jurisdiction as to persons and time; statute of limitations. (See also Enlistment, P14-4, P19-1, and State of war, P13-1.)
Jurisdiction as to place offense committed; concurrent jurisdiction.
Jurisdiction of Army courts-martial to try persons in the Navy, and vice versa.
Jurisdiction over offenses; over murder.
A17-13 Procedure before trial; rights of accused.
Arrest; suspension; confinement before trial; privileges.
Charges and specifications, for trial in joinder.
  Original copy, disposition of.
  Copy for accused; receipt; admission of receipt in court.

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A17 LAW; JUSTICE-Continued.
 
A17-13 Procedure before trial; rights of accused-Continued.
Counsel for accused; qualifications; duties; legal ethics.
Nolle prosequi.
Report for trial.
A17-14 Trial-procedure. Rights of accused.
Argument; opening; closing.
Arraignment, for trial in joinder.
Pleas, rejection of. (See also A17-11, A17-12.)
  Plea in bar of trial, former jeopardy; pardon.
  Pleas to the general issue; not guilty, guilty, etc.
  Plea of insanity.
State of accused.
Time of trial; reports of delay.
A17-15 Evidence; witnesses; testimony.
Attendance of civilian witnesses; subpoena; warrant of attachment; expenses; fees.
Attendance of witnesses in naval or military service summons; expenses.
Competence of evidence.
  Hearsay; confessions; admissions; admissions of joint conspirators; dying declarations; resgestae; statements of injured persons.
  Writings; letters; telegrams; oaths; affidavits; depositions; former testimony.
  Oaths, administration by court-martial.
  Other rules; opinion evidence; expert testimony; real evidence; exhibits as evidence.
Competence of witnesses; testimony of accused; an accomplice; a member or judge advocate of the court; counsel; medical officers; civilian physician; a husband or wife; children; mentally deficient.
Examination of witnesses, privileges of; credibility of; impeachment of.
Oaths, administering by court-martial.
Proof; evidence.
  Nature of evidence; direct; circumstantial.
  Issues; burden of proof; degree of proof.
  Relevance; character evidence; in mitigation.
A17-16 Findings.
Method of arriving at; voting.
Recordation of.
A17-17 Sentence; courts-martial procedure. (For Schedule of punishments, see P13-9.)
Method of arriving at sentence; voting.
Previous convictions; introduction into record.
Recordation of sentence.
A17-18 Revision.
Constitution of the court.
Health of the accused; summary court-martial cases.
A17-19 Reviewing authority; convening authority; action on case.
Approval or disapproval of sentence, portion of sentence, findings; proceedings.
Clemency by reviewing authority. (See P13-10.)

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A17 LAW; JUSTICE-Continued.
 
A17-20 General court-martial, record of proceedings.
Authority to convene.
Precept; composition of the court; changes in membership. (For other subjects relating to general courts-martial, see A17-11 to 19.)
A17-21 Summary courts-martial, record of proceedings. (See also A17-11 to 19.)
Authority to convene.
Functions; jurisdiction; procedure.
Precept; composition of the court.
A17-22 Deck court, record of proceedings. (See also A17-11 to 19.)
Authority to convene.
Functions; jurisdiction; procedure.
Precept; composition of the court.
A17-23 Naval Academy courts-martial, record of proceedings. (See also A17-11 to 19.)
Authority to convene.
Functions; jurisdiction; procedure.
Precept; composition of the court.
A17-24 Court of inquiry, record of proceedings. (See also A17-11 to 19.)
Authority to convene.
Functions; jurisdiction; procedure.
Precept; composition of the court.
A17-25 Board of investigation, record of proceedings. (See also A17-11 to 19.)
Authority to convene.
Functions; powers; procedure.
Precept; composition of the board.
A17-26 Investigation by one officer, record of proceedings. (See also A17-11 to 19.)
Authority to convene.
Functions; powers; procedure.
Precept; qualifications of investigating officer.
A17-27 Board of inquest, record of proceedings. (See also A17- 11 to 19.)
Authority to convene.
Functions; powers; procedure.
Precept; composition of the board.
A17-28 Naval examining board; record of proceedings.
Authority to convene.
Composition of board.
Functions; powers; precept; procedure.
A17-29 Medical examining board; record of proceedings.
Authority to convene.
Composition of board.
Functions; powers; precept; procedure.
A17-30 Marine examining board; record of proceedings.
Authority to convene.
Composition of board.
Functions; powers; precept; procedure.
A17-31 Naval selection board; record of proceedings.
Authority to convene.
Composition of board.
Functions; powers; precept; procedure.

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A17 LAW; JUSTICE-Continued.
 
A17-32 Marine selection board; record of proceedings.
Authority to convene.
Composition of board.
Functions; powers; precept; procedure.
A17-33 Retiring board; record of proceedings.
Authority to convene.
Composition of board.
Functions; powers; precept; procedure.
A17-34 Naval clemency board.
Authority to convene.
Composition of board.
Functions; powers; precept; procedure.
A17-35 Marine retiring boards.
A17-36 Boards of inquiry.

A18 LEGISLATION AND CONGRESSIONAL ACTION.
 
A18-1 Bills (legislation).
Preparation of, hearings on; House bills; Senate bills.
A18-2 Acts and resolutions (legislation).
House resolutions.
Joint Senate and House resolutions.
Senate resolutions.
A18-3 Congressional investigations.
By House committee.
By Senate committee.
A18-4 Hearings.

A19 CONFERENCES, CONGRESSES, AND CONVENTIONS
 
(OTHER THAN POLITICAL OR ADMINISTRATIVE).

A20 UNCLASSIFIABLE COMMUNICATIONS.
 
Correspondence which is believed unclassifiable under the other standard titles will be handled temporarily under this title. A copy or brief of the correspondence in question will be forwarded to the department for decision as to the proper classification and for the creation of a suitable title in the next revision of the Filing Manual.

A21 AVIATION.
 
A21-1 Naval Air Service.
A21-2 Marine Corps Air Service.
A21-3 Army Air Service.
A21-4 Postal Air Service.
A21-5 Commercial Air Service.
This group is to be used for general correspondence on aviation. Correspondence on planes, airships, material, or personnel should be filed under proper material or personnel groups.

F

AIRCRAFT MATERIAL GROUPS.

F1 Design.
F2 Expense administration (general).
F3 Planning.
F4 Preparation (incidental to building).
F5 Molds.
F6 Launching and docking.
F7 Construction processes.
F8 Trials.
F9 Blank.
F10 Engine section and nacelle group.
F11 Wing group (airplane).
F12 Tail group (airplane).
F13 Body group (airplane).
F14 Strength hull structure (airship).
F15 Other hull structures (airship).
F16 Fins and rudders (airship).
F17 Car structure (airship).
F18 Gas cells and envelope (airship).
F19 Outer cover (airship).
F20 Inflation gases (airship).
F21 Main propelling machinery (power plant).
F22 Transmission (airship).
F23 Propellers.
F24 Starting system.
F25 Cooling system.
F26 Lubricating system.
F27 Fuel system.
F28 Water-recovery system (airship).
F29 Tools and equipment (aircraft and engine).
F30 Blank.
F31 Instruments and navigational equipment (other than lights).
F32 Control system.
F33 Interior communication.
F34 Furnishing.
F35 Ventilating and heating.
F36 Electric power and lighting.
F37 Auxiliary machinery.
F38 Finish.
F39 Insignia and marking.
F40 Designations.
F41 Ordnance.
F42 Exterior communication.
F43 Parachutes and harness.
F44 Photography and equipment.
F45 Handling, mooring, and towing gear.
F46 Hydraulic system.
F47 Blank.
F48 Special equipment.
F49 Miscellaneous equipment.

Plans in connection with any of the foregoing will be considered as belonging therewith. Correspondence in connection with application of finish to material will be considered as belonging with the parts concerned.

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F1 AIRCRAFT DESIGN.
 
F1-1 General board requirements.
F1-2 Preliminary design.
Area calculations.
Camera obscura.
Design data.
Design memoranda.
Layout and drawings.
Models.
Performance calculations.
Photo elastic stress analysis.
Pressure distribution.
Proportions.
Specification changes.
Static tests.
Strength calculations.
Stress analysis.
Towing basin tests.
Trim calculations.
Turning experiments.
Weight calculations.
Wind tunnel tests.
F1-3 Specifications.
Aircraft specifications.
Army and Navy standard aircraft specifications, general.
Erection specifications.
Fabrication specifications.
Finish specifications.
Insignia and marking specifications.
Material parts.
Material specifications.
Specification changes.
F1-4 Contract requirements.
Award of bid.
Delivery.
Guaranty.
Photographs.
Quantity.
Requisition.
Returned weight statement.
Special requirements.
Strength tests.
F1-5 Final design.
Center of gravity determination.
Erection instructions.
Flight performance tests (other than trials under F-8).
Mock-up.
Photographs (complete airplane on ground, water, and in air).
Return weight statement.
Strength calculations and tests.

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F2 AIRCRAFT EXPENSE, ADMINISTRATION.
 
F2-1 Cost of inspection offices.
F2-2 Travel cost and expenses.
F2-3 All other expenses allocable directly to the building, conversion, alteration, or repair of aircraft of one model or of a single aircraft.

F3 AIRCRAFT PLANNING.
 
F3-1 Material inspection.
Material readiness for war.
Reports of Board of Inspection and Survey.
Reports of factory or yard estimates up to forwarding final action to factory or yard by bureau.
Reports of statutory surveys.
F3-2 Estimates and drafting (planning).
Drafting not chargeable to specific job order.
Estimates not chargeable to a specific job order.

F4 AIRCRAFT PREPARATION (INCIDENT TO BUILDING).
 
F4-1 Berthing and shed expenses.
Cost of disassembly and transportation to places of
repair.
Scaffolding.
Service changes in connection with the work, air, light, electricity, water, etc.
Staging.

F5 AIRCRAFT MOLDS.
 
F5-1 Dies.
Fixtures.
Jigs.
Laying down in mold loft.
Lines and offsets.
Molds.
Patterns.
Special forms.
Templates.
Patterns and templates for temporary use for repair or alteration jobs to be charged on specific job order under proper group number.

F6 AIRCRAFT LAUNCHING, DOCKING, AND MOORING.
 
F6-1 Preparation.
F6-2 Launching.
Ceremonies.
Report of launching data.
Sponsors.
F6-3 Docking.(For handling trucks and handling equipment see F45.)
F6-4 Mooring.
Mast.
Shed.
Three wire.
To ship.

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F7 AIRCRAFT CONSTRUCTION PROCESSES.
 
Brazing.
General.
Heat treatment.
Riveting.
Soldering.
Welding.
X-ray analysis and equipment.
Violet rays.
Hardness tester.

F8 AIRCRAFT TRIALS.
 
F8-1 Builder's trials.
F8-2 Preliminary acceptance trials.
Trials by Board of Inspection and Survey.
Trials by Bureau of Aeronautics (experimental).
Trials by contractor.
F8-3 Commissioning trials.
F8-4 Final acceptance trials.
F8-5 Post repair trials.

F9 (Blank.)
 

F10 ENGINE SECTION AND NACELLE GROUP.
 
F10-1 Engine mount.
Vibration absorbing devices.
Firewall.
Engine ring cowl and flaps.
Engine nose cowl and shutters.
Fairings.
F10-2 Nacelle.
Structure.
Cowling and covering.
Access doors.
Engine support,
Firewall.
Nacelle mounting.
Standard parts.
Supports for oil coolers.
Supports for oil tanks.

F11 WING GROUP (AIRPLANE).
 
F11-1 Wings.
Beams.
Bearings, pulleys, fair-leads, and attachments for surface control loads.
Blocks.
Cabane struts.
Center section panels.
Compression struts.
Covering.
Drag wires (internal).
Fittings (external).
Fittings (internal).
Inspection doors and windows.
Inspection plates.
Leading edge.
Bibs.

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F11 WING GROUP (AIRPLANE)-Continued.
 
F11-1 Wings-Continued.
Walkways.
Standard parts (bolts, nuts, etc.).
Tip bows.
Trailing edge.
Wing tips.
F11-2 Ailerons.
Balances.
Beams.
Blocks.
Compression struts.
Control horns.
Covering.
Drag wires (internal).
Fittings (external).
Fittings (internal).
Inspection doors and windows.
Interaileron connections.
Leading edge.
Ribs.
Standard parts (bolts, nuts, etc.).
Tip bows.
Torque tubes.
Trailing edge.
Trimming tabs.
F11-3 (Blank.)
F11-4 Struts and wires.
F11-5 Flaps.
Covering.
Ribs.
F11-6 Slots.

F12 TAIL GROUP (AIRPLANE).
 
F12-1 Stabilizers.
Adjustable stabilizer.
Beams.
Bearings and connections for attachment of stabilizer-adjusting mechanism.
Blocks.
Compression struts.
Covering.
Drag wires (internal).
Fittings (external).
Fittings (internal).
Inspection doors and windows.
Leading edge.
Ribs.
Standard parts (bolts, nuts, etc.).
Tip bows.
Trailing edge.
F12-2 Elevators.
Balances.
Beams.
Blocks.
Compression struts.
Control horns.
Covering.
Drag wires (internal).

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F12 TAIL GROUP (AIRPLANE)-Continued.
 
F12-2 Elevators-Continued.
Fittings (external).
Fittings (internal).
Inspection doors and windows.
Leading edge.
Ribs.
Standard parts (bolts, nuts, etc.).
Tip bows.
Torque tubes.
Trailing edge.
Trimming tabs.
F12-3 Fins.
Beams.
Blocks,
Compression struts.
Covering.
Drag wires (internal).
Fittings (external).
Fittings (internal).
Inspection doors and windows.
Leading edge.
Ribs.
Standard parts (bolts, nuts, etc.).
Tip bows.
Trailing edge.
F12-4 Rudders.
Balances.
Beams.
Blocks.
Compression.
Control horns.
Covering.
Drag wires (internal).
Fittings (external).
Fittings (internal).
Inspection doors and windows.
Leading edge.
Ribs.
Standard parts (bolts, nuts, etc.).
Tip bows.
Torque tubes.
Trailing edge.
Trimming tabs.
F12-5 Struts and wires.

F13 BODY GROUP (AIRPLANE).
 
F13-1 Body.
Fuselage.
Brace wires.
Cockpit enclosures.
Cowling and covering.
Doors and windows.
Engine mounting.
Fairings.
Fire bulkhead.
Fittings.
Foundations for installation.
Head rest.

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F13 BODY GROUP (AIRPLANE)-Continued.
 
F13-1 Body-Continued.
Fuselage-Continued.
Integral tail stubs.
Integral wing stubs.
Longerons.
Plating.
Stanchions.
Standard parts.
Steps (grips).
Turn-over structure.
Windshields.
Hull.
Blocks.
Bombing window.
Booms.
Braces.
Bulkhead.
Coaming.
Edgings and rubbing strips.
Fairing.
Fittings.
Flooring.
Foundations for installations.
Frames.
Handhole covers.
Keel.
Keelson.
Longitudinals.
Outrigger.
Planking.
Plating.
Stanchions,
Standard parts.
Step wedge.
Stringers.
Walking way.
Water rudder and controls.
Wire.
F13-2 Landing gear (land type).
Land chassis.
Axle.
Fittings.
Parking brakes.
Retracting mechanisms.
Struts.
Tires and tubes.
Tricycle type.
Wheels and brake wheels.
Wires.
Tail skids.
Fittings.
Shoe.
Skid proper.
Tail wheels.
Wing skids.
F13-3 Landing gear (water type).
Blocks.
Braces.

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F13 BODY GROUP (AIRPLANE)-Continued.
 
F13-3 Landing gear (water type)-Continued.
Bulkheads.
Drain plugs.
Edgings and rubbing strips
Fittings.
Float retracting mechanism.
Frames.
Handhole covers.
Hull keel.
Keelson.
Longitudinals.
Main floats.
Planking.
Plating.
Recovery book.
Stanchions.
Standard parts.
Step wedge.
Stringers.
Strut and wires.
End fittings.
Fairing.
Struts.
Wires.
Walking way.
Water rudder and controls.
Wing floats.
F13-4 Catapulting.
Fittings.
Jet propulsion.
Provision for.
Reinforcements.
F13-5 Arresting equipment.
Axle hooks.
Retrieving gear.
Trailing hooks.
F13-6 Flotation gear.
Bags.
CO2 cylinders.
Inflation equipment.
Integral flotation.
Testing of.
F13-7 Brakes.
Brake controls.
F13-8 Devices for landing on airships.
F13-9 Landing gear (amphibian type).
Main floats.
Operating gear.
Wheels.
F13-10 Landing gear (ski type).
F13-11 Shock absorbers.
Amphibian.
Oleo.
General.
Landing gear.
Cord.
Oleo.
Rubber disks.

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F13 BODY GROUP (AIRPLANE)-Continued.
 
F13-11 Shock absorbers-Continued.
Tail wheel.
Cord.
Oleo.
F13-12 Barrier crash provision.
Provision on landing gear.

F14 STRENGTH HULL STRUCTURE (AIRSHIP).
 
F14-1 Bow.
Axial cable and fittings.
Bow cap.
Bow mooring spindle.
Bow mooring structures.
Bow stiffeners.
Cloth taping.
Framing.
Gangplanks.
Keel walkway.
Miscellaneous.
Outrigger bow mooring spindle.
Thrust bearing and bow mooring spindle.
Wiring.
F14-2 Main body.
Axial cable and fittings.
Cloth taping.
Deck trolley attachments.
Framing.
Girders (lattices).
Keel.
Wiring.
F14-3 Stern.
Flagstaff.
Framing.
Miscellaneous.
Wiring.

F15 OTHER HULL STRUCTURES (AIRSHIP).
 
F15-1 Hull reinforcement over propellers.
Fabric and lacing.
Fittings.
Framing.
Wiring.
F15-2 Auxiliary corridors.
Cord netting.
Framing.
Miscellaneous structure and fittings.
Wiring.
F15-3 Climbing shafts and platforms.
Auxiliary structure and fittings.
Framing.
Gas pressure netting and covering.
Wiring.
F15-4 Officers' and crew's quarters and water-closet.
Auxiliary structure and fittings.
Fabric.
Framing.
Furniture.
Netting.
Wiring.

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F15 OTHER HULL STRUCTURES (AIRSHIP)-Continued.
 
F15-5 Exhaust trunks, hoods, and hull supports.
Auxiliary structure and fittings (wood, fabric, etc.).
Framing.
Netting.
F15-6 Access hatches.
Framing.
Operating gears and fittings.
F15-7 Mooring and handling foundations.
Auxiliary structure and fittings.
Framing.
Wiring.
F15-8 Ordnance foundations.
Auxiliary structure and fittings.
Framing.
Wiring.
F15-9 Cordage gas-pressure netting.
Fittings.
Panels.
F15-10 Wire gas-pressure netting.
Fittings.
Panels.
F15-11 Water-ballast system.
Ballast bags.
Discharge buckets.
Filling pipes and fittings.
Hoods and supports.
Operating gear.
Suspension.
F15-12 Sand-ballast system.
Bags.
Discharge.
Hoppers.
Operating gear.
Racks.
Scoops.
Suspension.
F15-13 Other foundations and structure not classified elsewhere.
Framing.
Fittings.
Wiring.
F15-14 Arresting and launching of aircraft aboard lighter-than-aircraft.

F16 PINS AND RUDDERS (AIRSHIP).
 
F16-1 Fins.
Castings.
Fittings.
Framing.
Internal wire bracing.
Pintles.
Suspension wiring.
F16-2 Rudders.
Castings.
Fittings.
Framing.
Pintles.
Wiring.

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F17 CAB STRUCTURE (AIRSHIP).
 
F17-1 Car structure.
Buffer bags.
Fabric and other coverings (glass, cellon, etc.).
Fittings.
Framing.
Miscellaneous structure and fittings.
Outside plating.
Wiring.
F17-2 Car suspension.
Cable and fittings.
Release gear.
Struts and fittings.
F17-3 Observation baskets.

F18 GAS CELLS AND ENVELOPE (AIRSHIP).
 
F18-1 Gas cells (rigid).
Fabric. (See F18-6.)
Supports.
Valves and fittings.
F18-2 Gas envelopes (nonrigid.)
Fabric.
Internal rigging.
Nose stiffeners and battens.
Patches.
Pressure tubes.
Rip panels.
Valve and fittings.
F18-3 Ballonets.
Fabric.
Internal rigging.
Miscellaneous fittings.
Valves.
F18-4 Gas manifolds.
Fabric.
Miscellaneous fittings.
F18-5 Air scoops.
Check valves.
Manifold.
Scoops.
F18-6 Gas-cell fabric.
Goldbeater's skin.
Substitutes for goldbeater's skin.
Aluminum foil.
Cellophane.
Cement.
Rubber latex.
Tests.

F19 OUTER COVER (AIRSHIP).
 
F19-1 Bow.
Attachments.
Cement.
Dopes.
Fabric panels.
Lacing cord.
Lacing edges.
Scaling strips.

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F19 OUTER COVER (AIRSHIP)-Continued.
 
F19-2 Main body.
Attachments to wiring.
Cement.
Dope.
Fabric panels.
Lacing cord.
Sealing strips.
F19-3 Stern.
Attachments.
Cement.
Dope.
Fabric panels.
Lacing cord.
Lacing edges.
Sealing strips.

F20 INFLATION GASES.
 
F20-1 Hydrogen.
Ferrosilicon.
Caustic soda.
F20-2 Helium.

F21 AIRCRAFT MAIN PROPELLING MACHINERY.
 
F21-1 Internal-combustion engine.
Battery-coil system.
Breaker points.
Distributor.
Bearings.
Cam-shaft and valve-operating assembly.
Cam and hub.
Push rods.
Rocker arms.
Tappets.
Carburetors.
Hot-air heaters and hot spots.
Crankcase.
Crankshafts.
Cylinders.
Fuel pumps, engine-driven.
Fuel pumps (integral with engine).
Gears.
Generators.
Gun control.
Gun-control gears.
Gun-control mechanism.
Impeller clutch band.
Induction system (integral with engine).
Manifolds and intake pipes.
Magnetos.
Armature.
Breaker points.
Coils.
Distributor blocks.
Oil-pump system (integral with engine).
Internal oil piping and connections.
Oil feed bearing bracket assembly.
Pistons.
Pressure bafflers.

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F21 AIRCRAFT MAIN PROPELLING MACHINERY-Continued.
 
F21-1 Internal-combustion engine-Continued.
Propeller hubs.
Rods, connecting.
Spark plugs.
Starter drive.
Starter jaw.
Superchargers.
Centrifugal.
General electric.
Moss.
Roots blower.
Valve type.
Switches.
Tachometer drive.
Valves, valve spring, and retainers.
Water-pump system (integral with engine).
Wiring, ignition (integral with.-engine).
Radio shielding.
F21-2 Engine accessories and parts.
Exhaust manifold, stacks, or collector rings.
Exhaust muffler.
Foundation bolts.
F21-3 Engine controls.
Altitude adjustment control levers.
Compression relief gear.
Reach rods, connections, and fittings.
Spark-control levers.
Throttle.
F21-4 Internal-combustion turbines.
F21-5 Steam engines (reciprocating).
F21-6 Steam turbines.
F21-7 Fuel-oil engines.
F21-8 Engine test stands.
Electric cradle dynamometer.
Fan.
Fixed.
Torque reaction.
Water brake.

F22 AIRCRAFT TRANSMISSION (AIRCRAFT).
 
F22-1 Gearing and shafting engine to propeller.
Brake.
Clutches.
Flywheel (separate).
Propeller hub.
Reduction and reversing gears.
Shafting and bearings.
F22-2 Control.
Cables.
Cranks.
Fittings.
Levers.
Rods.

F23 AIRCRAFT PROPELLERS.
 
F23-1 Propellers.
Anti-icing devices on propeller.
Controls.

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F23 AIRCRAFT PROPELLERS-Continued.
 
F23-1 Propellers-Continued.
Ordinary propellers.
Propeller balancing machines.
Propeller spinners.
Reversing propellers.
Variable pitch propellers.

F24 AIRCRAFT STARTING SYSTEM.
 
F24-1 Electric starter (direct geared or inertia).
Back-fire mechanism.
Battery.
Crank.
Engaging mechanism.
Housing and brackets.
Motor.
Reduction gears.
Switch.
F24-2 Gas engine starter.
Back-fire mechanism.
Crank.
Engaging mechanism.
Gas engine (aircraft starter).
Gearing (starter).
Housing and brackets.
F24-3 Hand starters (direct geared and inertia).
Back-fire mechanism.
Crank.
Engaging mechanism.
Housing and brackets.
Reduction gears.
F24-4 Air starter.
Air distributor.
Back-fire mechanism.
Compression.
Engaging mechanism.
Housing and brackets.
Motor.
Piping.
Reduction gear.
Starting valve.
Storage tank.
F24-5 Primer.
Cold-weather starting.
Valves.
Piping.
Pumps.
F24-6 Starter magneto.
Booster.
Housing.
Hand crank.
Operating gears.
Remote control (pull type).
F24-7 Cartridge starters.
Intake tube cartridges.

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F25 AIRCRAFT COOLING SYSTEM.
 
F25-1 Water radiator.
Connections.
Core.
Fittings.
Header and expansion tanks.
F25-2 Temperature control.
Air scoops.
Connections.
Fittings.
Operating gear (levers, gears, rods, wires, etc.).
Shutters.
F25-3 Water piping.
Connections.
Fittings.
Piping (metallic and nonmetallic).
F25-4 Radiator water containers.
Connections.
Fittings.
Overflow tanks.
Piping.
Storage containers (bags).
Suspension.

F26 AIRCRAFT LUBRICATION SYSTEM.
 
F26-1 Oil tank.
Connections.
Fittings.
Portable containers.
Service tanks.
Storage tanks.
Suspension (straps).
F26-2 Oil radiator.
Boxes.
Connections.
Core.
Fittings.
Oil regulators.
F26-3 Oil heaters and oil coolers.
Coils.
Connections.
Fittings.
Oil temperature control and check valves.
Oil sumps.
Warm-up compartments.
F26-4 Oil piping.
Connections.
Fittings.
Manifolds.
Piping.
Strainer.

F27 AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEM.
 
F27-1 Fuel tanks.
Connections.
Dump valves.
Filler caps.
Fittings.

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F27 AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEM-Continued.
 
F27-1 Fuel tanks-Continued.
Fixed service or gravity tanks.
Fixed storage tanks.
Releasing devices.
Slip storage.
F27-2 Fuel piping.
Connections.
Fittings.
Fuel cocks.
Fuel pressure regulators (relief valves)
Piping.
Strainers and niters.
F27-3 Hand pumps.
Connections.
Crank.
Fittings.
Pedals.
Piping.
Pump.
F27-4 Power pumps (not integral with engine).
Connections.
Fittings.
Gearing.
Motor.
Piping.
Pump.
Windmill.

F28 AIRCRAFT WATER RECOVERY SYSTEM.
 
F28-1 Condensers.
F28-2 Piping.
Air.
Connections.
Exhaust.
Fittings.
Water.
F28-3 Pumps.
Air.
Water.
F28-4 Separators (for cleaning condensate).
F28-5 Control mechanism.

F29 TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT (AIRCRAFT AND ENGINE).
 
F29-1 Tools and equipment.
Bearing reaming equipment.
Engine overhaul stands.
Fixed.
Portable.
Valve refacing and reseating equipment.
F29-2 Material for repairs.
Spare material.
Spare parts.
F29-3 Stock material and parts.
Naval Aircraft Factory standard parts.
Material not otherwise classified.

F30 (Blank)
 

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F31 AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTS AND NAVIGATIONAL EQUIPMENT (OTHER THAN LIGHTS).
 
F31-1 Instruments (other than navigational, electrical, test, and calibration).
Accelerometer.
Air-speed indicator.
Air-speed indicator tube (Pitot static tube).
Air thermometer.
Altimeter.
Automatic pilot.
Bank indicator.
Binocular.
Carburetor thermometers.
Clock.
Directional gyro.
Engine cylinder thermometer.
Engine gauge unit.
Fuel and oil pressure gauges.
Fuel flowmeter.
Fuel quantity gage.
Inclinometer.
Manifold pressure gage.
Oil thermometer.
Tachometer.
Turn indicator.
Rate of climb indicator.
F31-2 Instrument flying equipment (blind flying and night flying, except lights).
F31-3 Navigation instruments and equipment.
Chart boards.
Charts (maps),
Chronometers.
Compass (earth inductor).
Compass (magnetic).
Drift computer.
Drift indicator.
Drift sight.
Ground speed indicator.
Navigational computer,
Navigational watch.
Octant.
Plotting board.
Sextants and octants.
Stop watch.
F31-4 Flight-test instruments.
Air-speed recorder.
Air-temperature thermometer.
Strut thermometer.
Barograph.
Recording tachometers.
Thermograph.
F31-5 Calibration (testing) equipment.
Air-speed indicator calibrator.
Altimeter calibrator.
Mercurial barometer.
Tachometer calibrator.
Thermometer calibrator.

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F32 CONTROL SYSTEM (AIRCRAFT).
 
F32-1 Rudder controls.
Balance springs.
Fairleads, pylons, sheaves, and fittings.
Foot bars.
Leads (chain, wire, cable, solid wire, and fittings).
Operating rods, tubes, etc.
Pedals.
Preventer lines.
Reducing gearing.
Steering engines.
Steering stands.
Steering wheels.
Supports.
Telemotors.
Tension adjustment devices.
Transmission shafting.
F32-2 Elevator controls.
Balance springs.
Fairleads, pylons, sheaves, and fittings.
Leads (chain, wire, cable, solid wire, and fittings).
Operating rods, tubes, etc.
Posts.
Preventer lines.
Reduction gearing.
Steering engines.
Steering stands.
Steering wheels.
Telemotors.
Tension adjustment devices.
Transmission shafting.
Yoke supports.
F32-3 Aileron controls.
Cables.
Fairleads, etc.
Pulleys, bearings.
Rods, tubes, etc.
Stick.
Supports.
Torque tubes.
Wheel.
F32-4 Stabilizer controls.
Bearings.
Driver.
Loads.
Sprockets.
Wheel or levers.
F32-3 Wing form controls.
Angle of incidence.
Slotting wing.
Swelling wing.
Each of the above can be divided into control boxes, wheels, reduction gearing, shafting, operating rods, tubing, leads, fairleads, pulls, etc.
F32-4 Stabilizer controls.
Bearings.
Driver.
Loads.
Sprockets.
Wheel or levers.
F32-5 Wing form controls.
Angle of incidence.
Slotting wing.
Swelling wing.
Each of the above can be divided into control boxes, wheels, reduction gearing, shafting, operating rods, tubing, leads, fairleads, pulls, etc.
F32-6 Minor controls.
Air scoops.
Air valves.
Gas valves.
Hatches.

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F32 CONTROL SYSTEM (AIRCRAFT)-Continued.
 
F32-6 Minor controls-Continued.
Manifolds.
Hopes.
Sand ballast.
Traps.
Water ballast.
Each of the above can be divided into control boxes, wheels, reduction gearing, shafting, operating rods, tubing, leads, fairieads, pulls, etc.

F33 INTERIOR COMMUNICATION (AIRCRAFT).
 
F33-1 Interior communication.
Air message pads and holders.
Klaxons.
Leads and fittings.
Printator.
Telautographs.
Telegraphs, control.
Telephones.
Voice tubes and fittings.

F34 FURNISHINGS (AIRCRAFT.)
 
F34-1 Living quarters furnishings.
Cushions.
Hammocks.
Linen.
Lockers.
Mattresses.
Personal equipment and bags.
Sleeping bags.
Table chairs.
Toilet fixtures.
F34-2 House and office furnishings.
Desks and chairs.
File eases.
Typewriters.
F34-3 Messing equipment.
Cooking utensils (portable).
Galley ranges.
Kettles and boilers.
Lockers for gear.
Messing gear.
Refrigerators.
Vacuum bottles.
F34-4 Sanitation.
Distillers.
Fresh-water storage and fixtures.
Lavatories and accessories.
Water breakers.
Water-closet fixtures.
F34-5 Medical.
First-aid kits.
Medicines and dressings.
Medicine cases.
Miscellaneous medical equipment.
F34-6 Fixed equipment.
Baggage compartments.
Carbon dioxide.

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F34 FURNISHINGS (AIRCRAFT)-Continued.
 
F34-6 Fixed equipment-Continued.
Carbon tetrachloride.
Emergency equipment
Fire extinguishers.
Flooring.
Floorcovering.
Instrument board
Lockers.
Message carrier.
Mirrors.
Miscellaneous living equipment.
Portable platforms and ladders.
Seats.
Synthetic plastics.
Upholstery.

F35 VENTILATING AND HEATING (AIRCRAFT).
 
F35-1 Ventilation system, apparatus, and accessories.
Air scoops.
Cowls.
Ducts.
Fans.
Hatches.
Miscellaneous fittings.
Shutters.
Ventilating sets.
F35-2 Heating apparatus and accessories.
Coils, exhaust gases.
Coils, hot water.
Electric heaters.
F35-3 Cabin supercharging.

F36 ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHTING (AIRCRAFT).
 
F36-1 Electric power generators.
Foundations.
Gas-engine-driven generators.
Generators.
Spare parts (generators).
F36-2 Electric power distribution.
Circuit breakers.
Conduits.
Cut-outs.
Fuses.
Insulating material.
Insulators.
Junction boxes.
Power leads.
Rheostats.
Switchboards.
Switches.
Transformers.
F36-3 Batteries.
Dry-cell storage batteries.
Permanent storage batteries.
Portable storage batteries.
Storage-battery boxes,
F36-4 Motor generators and similar apparatus.

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F36 ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHTING (AIRCRAFT)-Con.
 
F36-5 General lighting.
Appliances.
Fixtures.
Wiring.
F36-6 Portable lights.
Flash lights and batteries.
F36-7 Float lights.
Electric.
F36-8 Interior lights.
Compass lights.
Dome lights.
Instrument board lights.
F36-9 Signal lights.
Blinkers.
Pyrotechnic signal lights.
Recognition or identification.
F36-10 Navigating lights.
Anchor lights.
Running lights.
F36-11 Landing lights (aircraft).
Electric wing tip flares.
F36-12 Electrical instruments.
Ammeters.
Charge and discharge indicators.
Voltmeters.

F37 AUXILIARY MACHINERY (AIRCRAFT).
 
F37-1 Mooring machinery.
Electric winches.
Hand winches.
F37-2 Auxiliary pressure system.
Airlines.
Blowers.
Drive.
Ducts,

F38 FINISH.
 
F38-1 Dope.
Acetate.
Dope solvent.
General.
Nitrate.
Pigmented.
F38-2 Painting.
Antifouling paints.
Bituminous.
Cleaning compound.
Dope proof.
Enamels.
Gasoline proof.
General.
Insignia colors.
Interior finish.
Lacquers.
Paint and varnish remover.
Painting on fabric.
Painting on wood.
Painting on metals.

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F38 FINISH-Continued.
 
F38-2 Painting-Continued.
Primer.
Radium luminous paints.
Bust preventative compound
Seam compound.
Varnish.
F38-3 Finish processes.
Anodic.
Brushing.
Cadmium.
Chromium.
Cleaning compounds.
Copper.
Galvanizing.
General.
Hot oil dip.
Lead plating.
Metal spray coating.
Nickel.
Oxidizing.
Parkerizing.
Pickling.
Plating.
Polishing.
Rubberized coating.
Salt spray testing.
Sand blasting.
Scraping.
Silver.
Sodium silicate.
Tin.
Zinc.
F38-4 Temporary preservation coating (for shipping and storage).
General.
Oil.
Slushing compounds.
F38-3 Fireproofing.
Fabric.
General.
Wood.

F39 INSIGNIA AND MARKING.
 
F39-1 Insignia.
Airplane.
Airship.
Balloon.
General.
F39-2 Distinguishing marks.
Airplane.
Airship.
Balloon.
General.
F39-3 Draft marks and gauges.
General.
Level lines.
Load water lines.

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F39 INSIGNIA AND MARKING-Continued.
 
F39-4 Labeling (marking).
General.
Information plates.
Marking for electric circuit.
Marking for piping.
Air.
Fuel.
Helium.
Hydrogen.
Oil.
Water.
Name plates.
Serial numbers.
Tagging.
F39-5 Camouflage.
Airplane.
Airship.
Balloon.
General.

F40 DESIGNATING.
 
F40-1 Designations.
Change in designation.
Class.
Model.
Name.
Nomenclature.
Number.
Type.

F41 AIRCRAFT ORDNANCE.
 
F41-1 Aircraft machine guns.
Barrels.
Breech mechanism.
Feeding mechanism.
Operating mechanism.
Trigger mechanism.
F41-2 Aircraft machine gun controls.
Drive unit.
Firing keys.
Impulse cable.
Impulse generators.
Operating cable.
Switches.
Trigger motor.
F41-3 Aircraft machine gun sights.
Sights (free gun).
Optical sight.
Sights, open (fixed gun).
Sights, telescopic.
Spotting glasses.
F41-4 Aircraft machine gun mounts.
Mounts, fixed gun.
Mounts, flexible gun.
F41-5 Aircraft machine gun ammunition carriers.
Ammunition boxes.
Belts.

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F41 AIRCRAFT ORDNANCE-Continued.
 
F41-5 Aircraft machine gun ammunition carriers-Continued.
Chutes.
Ejection boxes.
Pans.
F41-6 Aircraft bombs.
Body.
Bursting charge.
Demolition.
Exploders.
Fuses, bomb.
Fuses,,delay.
Fuses, instantaneous.
Fuses, nose.
Fuses, tail.
Incendiary.
Nose.
Reserve aircraft bombs.
Shrapnel.
Stabilizers.
Tail.
Vanes.
F41-7 Aircraft bomb racks.
Arming and safety devices.
Release Controls.
Releases.
F41-8 Aircraft bomb sights.
Bearings.
Bubbles, bomb sight.
Directors system.
High altitude.
Low altitude.
Mounts.
Operating mechanism.
Repair kits (bombsights).
Stabilizers.
F41-9 Aircraft torpedoes.
Devices for aircraft launching of torpedoes.
Director.
Drogues.
Racks.
Release controls.
Releases.
Reports of launching torpedoes from aircraft.
F41-10 Training and target practice material (ordnance).
Bombing.
Bombs, dummy.
Camera gun films.
Camera guns.
Gunnery.
Machine guns (ground type).
Rakes.
Reels.
Releases.
Subcaliber bombs.
Targets, fixed.
Targets, fixed aerial.
Targets, moving aerial.
Targets, sleeves.

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F41 AIRCRAFT ORDNANCE-Continued.-Continued.
 
F41-10 Training and target practice material-Continued.
Towing cable.
Trips.
F41-11 Small arms and equipment.
Pistols.
Shotguns.
F41-12 Gas and smoke warfare apparatus.
F41-13 Armor and allied protective materials.
F41-14 Aircraft machine gun synchronizers.
Impulse generator.
Solenoids.
For the purpose of cost repair and job order numbering F41 will be used, but for classifying correspondence the following will be handled under the file numbers indicated:
Aircraft ammunition (service, tracer, armor-piercing, armor-piercing incendiary, incendiary, armor-piercing tracer), S78-11.
Flares, aircraft. (See S70-1 and F36-11.)
Float lights, aircraft. (See S70-1 and F36-7.)
F41-15 Pyrotechnics.
Aircraft parachute flares.
Float lights.
Smoke candles.
Very's pistol and ammunition.

F42 EXTERIOR COMMUNICATION (AIRCRAFT).
 
F42-1 Aircraft radio.
Amplifier.
Antennae.
Batteries.
Electrical bonding.
Radio compass.
Radio generator mounts.
Receiver sets.
Telephone.
Transmitter sets.
Wiring and wiring appliances.
For correspondence on radio installation for a particular airplane or type of airplane, the above number will be used combined with airplane or type number. Where multiplicity of divisions of correspondence on airplane radio apparatus is required, as at Navy yards. Bureau of Aeronautics, or Bureau of Ships, etc., subtitles may be obtained by using titles and numbers listed in Bureau of Ships radio pamphlet RE-1A-1065, items 18 to 89 inclusive. File numbers will be obtained by combining with the standard file number F42-1, the class number as listed in that pamphlet. All titles contained in pamphlet will be shown in Filing Manual index.
F42-2 Sound signals.
F42-3 Visual signals.
F42-4 Pigeons and equipment.

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F43 PARACHUTES AND HARNESS.
 
F43-1 Parachutes.
Containers.
Linen tapes.
Sails.
Silk cloth.
Silk cords.
Silk tapes.
Substitutes for silk cloth.
Thread.
F43-2 Parachutes harness (webbing, etc.).

F44 PHOTOGRAPHY AND EQUIPMENT (AIRCRAFT).
 
F44-1 Photography.
Motion-picture.
Still.
F44-2 Photographic supplies and equipment.
Acid and chemicals.
Cameras (motion-picture).
Cameras (still).
Developing and printing.
Films and containers.
Instructional films.
Lantern slides.
Lenses.
Lockers.
Paper.
Plates.
Tripods.
F44-3 Aerial photographs.
Record.
Structural.

F45 HANDLING, MOORING. AND TOWING GEAR.
 
F45-1 Anchors.
Anchors and grapnels.
Drogues.
Sea drags.
F45-2 Ropes, cables, and lines.
Blocks, sheaves, fair-leads.
Cable fittings.
Drag ropes.
Hauling cables.
Handling lines.
Line fittings.
Mooring cables.
Rope fittings.
Send-off poles.
F45-3 Mooring devices (does not include mast or docking carriages).
Grapnel (mooring).
Mooring point.
Rosendahl's method.
Taxying car.
Three wire.
F45-4 Hoisting slings (airplane).
F45-5 Docking devices (aircraft).
Docking carriages.
Docking rails.
Docking trolleys.

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F45 HANDLING, MOORING, AND TOWING GEAR-Con.
 
F45-6 Towing.
Towing cables.

F46 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.
 

F47 (blank.)
 

F48 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT (AIRCRAFT).
 
F48-1 Beaching gear.
Ballast.
Brakes.
Flotation tanks.
Steering devices.
Trucks.
Wheels.
F48-2 Anti-icing equipment.
Containers for anti-icing fluid.
Propeller anti-icing fluid.
Pumps.
Rubber boots for wings and tail surfaces.
Tubing and fittings.
F48-3 Special hoists and platforms.
Bomb hoists (not integral).
Bomb loading platforms.
Engine hoists.
Engine maintenance platforms.
Propeller hoists.

F49 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT (AIRCRAFT).
 
F49-1 Oxygen apparatus.
Breathing apparatus.
Oxygen regulators.
Oxygen tanks.
F49-2 Gas masks (aircraft).
F49-3 (Blank).
F49-4 Crew equipment.
Asbestos clothing.
Baggage.
Bulletproof vests.
Extra clothing.
Face masks.
Flying suits.
Gauntlets and gloves.
Goggles.
Helmets.
Miscellaneous.
Waders.
F49-5 Safety belts.
F49-6 Life preservers.
F49-7 Portable instruments.
Binoculars.
Megaphones.
Planimeters.
Protractors, dividers, etc.
Reading glasses.
Rulers, parallel.
Sextants.
Slide rules.
F49-8 Emergency propulsion sails.
F49-9 Engine and cockpit covers.

H

HYDROGRAPHY, METEOROLOGY, NAVIGATION, AND ASTRONOMY GROUPS.

H1 Hydrography, oceanography, and allied topics.
H2 Navigation and navigational aids.
H3 Obstructions to navigation.
H4 Meteorology.
H5 Astronomy and astronomical reports.
H6 Physics.
H7 Time.

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H1 HYDROGRAPHY, OCEANOGRAPHY, AND ALLIED TOPICS.
 
(For Grand Divisions, Water, see QH; for Geographic Divisions, Water, see QX)
H1-1 Anchorages and Harbors(includes reports of dredging).
Anchorages, forbidden.
Berthing facilities. (See L24).
H1-2 Channels (includes reports of dredging).
H1-3 Charts and Hydrographic publications.
Request for.
H1-4 Distances.
H1-5 Earthquakes(seismic disturbances).
H1-6 Fish banks, nets, stakes, etc.
H1-7 Islands(new ones, existence, nonexistence, change of form, location on charts, etc.).
H1-8 Magnetism and magnetic disturbances.
H1-9 Ocean currents. Gulf, Japanese, Equatorial, etc.
Bottle papers.
H1-10 Reefs, rocks, shoals, and banks.
H1-11 Rips and tide rips.
H1-12 Rivers and canals.
H1-13 Routes, ocean.
H1-14 Sea level, tides.
H1-15 Sea water.
Constituents and specific gravity.
Discolored.
Great waves.
Oil spots.
Oil used to calm sea.
Temperature.
Tidal waves.
Waterspouts.
H1-16 Sound, sound waves, and echoes.
Aberrations and silent areas.
Means of detecting.
H1-17 Soundings, deep-sea, etc.
H1-18 Surveys.
Aircraft surveys.
Hydrographic.
Reconnaissance.
Topographic.
H1-19 Trial courses, location of (obsolete, see NE.).
H1-20 Volcanoes.
H1-21 Chart portfolios.
H1-22 Pollution of navigable waters.
H1-23 Air routes.
H1-24 Whales, seals, etc., observation of.
H1-25 Geographic positions.
Charted positions.
Latitude and longitude established.
Observation spots.
Records and methods of establishing.
H1-28 Geographic names, decisions of Geographic Boards.
(For geographic locations, see also QG.)


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H2 NAVIGATION AND NAVIGATIONAL AIDS.
 
H2-1 Anchorage.
Anchors for mooring.
H2-2 Beacons and ranges (other than radio and aerial).
H2-3 Buoys and dolphins, channel, mooring, range, and rack.
H2-4 Buoys, surveying.
H2-5 Fixing position (including computations and formulae).
H2-6 Hydraulics (as applied to action of passing vessels).
H2-7 Leader systems.
H2-8 Lighthouses and light vessels (location and character).
H2-9 Range-finder signals and stations.
H2-10 Rescue work.
H2-11 Seamanship.
H2-12 Structures, trees, earth formations (aids).
H2-13 Submarine signaling stations.
H2-14 Target and torpedo ranges.
H2-15 Zone system (obsolete, see H7-Time).
H2-16 Fog-signal stations.
Beacons.
H2-17 International ice patrol.
H2-18 Time balls and shapes.
H2-19 Life-saving stations(location and character).
H2-20 Radio beacons, ships and aircraft.
H2-21 Magnetic survey ranges.
Correspondence on erection and repair of structures, see N20. For work on light vessels, see QS9.

H3 OBSTRUCTIONS TO NAVIGATION.
 
H3-1 Buoys adrift.
H3-2 Derelicts(vessels adrift out of control).
H3-3 Logs, timbers, trees, small boats, rafts, broken parts of vessels, etc.
H3-4 Fog and smoke.
H3-5 Ice, icebergs, and ice formations.
H3-6 Mines, surface or subsurface, explosive or nonexplosive.
(See also S76 Mines.)
H3-7 Sea and gulfweed.
H3-8 Wrecks (vessels fast to bottom or stranded).
H3-9 Clearance of structures over navigable waters.
H3-10 Obstructions to air navigation (high buildings, towers, chimneys, flagpoles, high-tension wires, etc.).

H4 METEOROLOGY AND AEROLOGY.
 
H4-1 Aurora borealis and aurora australis.
H4-2 Lightning striking ship or affecting the compass(St. Elmo's light).
H4-3 Meteorolites, meteoroids, meteors, and bolides.
H4-4 Meteorological and aerological instruments and equipment(aerographs, anamometers, anemographs, barometers, theodolites, pilot balloons, etc.).
Experimental and development projects.
Instructions for installation, operation, maintenance, etc.
Specifications, descriptions, prices, estimates.

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H4 METEOROLOGY AND AEROLOGY-Continued.
 
H4-5 Requests or requisitions for aerological instruments equipment, and supplies.
Invoices.
Requisitions.
Shipment notices.
Surveys.
H4-6 Observatories and stations; meteorological storm-warning towers and signals.
H4-7 Weather service (includes communications and instructions concerning).
Forecasts and advices.
Observations and reports.
H4-8 Aerological forms (including instructions therefor).
H4-9 Weather phenomena.
Blizzards.
Floods.
Fog and fog dispersal.
Gales.
Hurricanes.
Ice formations.
Monsoons.
Static electricity.
Typhoons.
H4-10 Weather averages and statistics; climatology.(Filed by localities or regions.)
H4-11 Aerological policy, plans, and programs.
Annual report data.
News.
Progress.
Quarterly survey data.

H5 ASTRONOMY AND ASTRONOMICAL REPORTS.
 

H6 PHYSICS.
 

H7 TIME.
 
Central.
Daylight saving.
Eastern.
Greenwich.
Mountain.
Pacific.
Standard.
Times adopted in other countries and zone systems.
(For time signals see A6-2.)
Washington Naval Observatory.

L

LOGISTIC GROUP.

L1 Appropriations, estimates, and allotments.
L2 Specifications.
L3 Advertising.
L4 Purchasing.
L5 Inspection and tests.
L6 Payments, receipts, and deliveries.
L7 Allowances.
L8 Procurement.
L9 Care and preservation.
L10 Accounting.
L11 Appreciation, depreciation, and disposition.
L12 Investments and deposits.
L13 Insurance and bonding.
L14 Duties, taxes, assessments, and dues.
L15 Mortgages.
L16 Pay, salaries and wages; money allowances to personnel, including allotments of pay, rental allowances, rations, and subsistence allowances.
L17 Incomes.
L18 Financial dealings (individuals).
L19 Personal effects.
L20 Travel.
L21 Shipment.
L22 Gifts.
L23 Bills of exchange.
L24 Resources and facilities.

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L1 APPROPRIATIONS. ESTIMATES, AND ALLOTMENTS.
 
L1-1 Appropriations.
Appropriation bills.
Appropriations and funds.
Budget.
Deficiency estimates.
Digest of Appropriations.
Emergency funds.
Estimates for appropriations.
Liabilities against appropriations.
Reimbursement of appropriations.
Revision of appropriations.
Statement of expenditures under appropriations.
Surplus funds under appropriations.
Unexpended balances on appropriations.
Working funds.
L1-2 Allotment of appropriations.
Allotments of appropriations for special purposes.
Allotments of appropriations to yards.
Allotments in general.
Contingent allotments.
Quarterly money allowance to vessels.
Requisition for allotments.
Requisitions for funds.
Statements of expenditures under allotments.
Surplus funds under allotments.
Transfer of funds.
Unexpended balances on allotments.
Correspondence on appropriations can be subdivided to suit individual needs by:
(a) Addition of fiscal year involved.
(b) By using the appropriation numbers issued yearly by the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts for accounting purposes.

L2 SPECIFICATIONS.
 
L2-1 Specifications.
Adherence to specifications.
Changes In specifications.
Classification.
Design.
Description of material (specifications).
Illustrations.
Sizes (specifications).
Specifications as to quality.
Standard specifications
L2-2 Drawings, blueprints, plans.
Blueprints.
Diagrams.
Drafting-room forms.
Drawing.
Plans.
L2-3 Molds, patterns.(For ship's pattern and molds, see S5.)
Models.
Molds.
Patterns.

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L2 SPECIFICATIONS-Continued.
 
L2-4 Standards, etc.,
Measurements.
Standard (such as weights and measures).
Standardization of material.
Weights. (See also S29 for ship group.)
L2-5 Building codes.

L3 ADVERTISING.
 
Authority for.
Methods.
Mediums.
Posters.
Publications, circulars, etc.

L4 PURCHASING.
 
L4-1 Firms.
Acceptable list.
Bradstreet's and Dun's reports.
Business standing of contractors.
Catalogues of firms.
Contractors.
Debarment of bidders.
Defaulting contractors.
Foreign firms.
List of offers of manufacturers.
Mailing list of bidders.
Manufacturers.
Offers by firms not under regular bids.
Offers of services, plants, material, etc. (other than individual).
Regular dealers (purchasing of material).
Subcontractor.
Trading list.
L4-2 Schedules, proposals, bids, and awards.
Acceptance of bids.
Acceptance of bids received after time of opening.
Acceptance of material at reduced, price.
Authority to purchase.
Awards on bids.
Bids.
Bids in excess of estimates.
Bids forwarded for approval prior to awards.
Bids, manner of making awards on.
Bids on proposals.
Bidders' data.
Bidders' requests for return of guaranty.
Bidding through agents.
Competition between bidders.
Complaints regarding proposals.
Consolidation of purchases.
Delayed awards on bids.
Direct bidding.
Errors in bids.
Estimates based on prevailing market prices.
Guaranties on proposals.
Informal bids.

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L4 PURCHASING-Continued.
 
L4-2 Schedules, proposals, bids, and awards-Continued.
Instructions for bidders.
Navy purchasing principles.
Opening of bids.
Preparation of schedules (purchasing).
Prices and price lists.
Price fixing on articles to be purchased.
Principles and regulations governing purchasing.
Proposals (purchasing).
Proprietary articles, methods of purchase of.
Purchasing agencies.
Circular of requirements.
Samples submitted on bids.
Schedules (purchasing).
Standard samples.
Substitutes.
Waiving competition on proposals.
L4-3 Contracts and other orders.
Adjustments under contracts.
Adjustments under cost-plus contracts.
Advances of materials.
Agreements (contracts).
Approval of purchase orders.
Bonus for speeding production.
Bribery in contracts (see P13-1).
Bureau orders.
Cancellation of contracts.
Charters.
Completion of.
Completion of contract.
Completion dates.
Constructional period.
Contingent fees under contracts.
Contracts.
Contracts, copies of.
Contracts, forms of.
Contracts, handling of.
Contracts, preparation of.
Cost-plus contracts.
Cost-plus contracts, material.
Cost-plus contracts, ship.
Decisions and rulings under contracts.
Deeds.
Division of contract price.
Emergency purchases.
Extensions granted on contracts.
Instructions relative to compliance or noncompliance with contract terms.
Lease and rentals.
Methods of purchase of material for special purposes.
Modification of Navy orders.
Navy orders (purchasing).
Options.
Orders for deliveries.
Penalties.
Principles for cancellation of contracts.
Priority orders (purchasing).

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L4 PURCHASING-Continued.
 
L4-3 Contracts and other orders-Continued.
Purchases under general supply schedule contracts.
Purchase of material abroad.
Purchase on account of defaulting contractors.
Release from purchase.
Request for copies of contracts.
Revision of contracts.
Rules for drawing up contracts.
Special contracts.
Supplementary contracts.
This classification is furnished for instructions, etc., on the method of making purchases. Correspondence on a schedule, proposal, etc., will be classified under the particular schedule, proposal, etc., in question. Correspondence on individual schedules may be numbered by using the latter "S" and schedule number. Correspondence on individual contracts are numbered and may be filed according to the official designation and contract number of the activity under whose Jurisdiction the contract is awarded. Example:
NOd-2085, Departmental contract 2085.
NORD-285, Bureau of Ordnance contract 285.
NOs-66230, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts contract 66230.
NOy-3090, Bureau of Yards and Docks contract 3090.
N140S-86450, Navy Purchasing Office, New York contract 86450.
N156S-37590, Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia Pa. contract 37590.

L5 INSPECTION AND TESTS.
 
L5-1 Inspection of materials.
After delivery.
Analyses (chemical, etc.).
Before delivery.
Defective material.
Defective workmanship.
Inspection of vessels. (See S3.)
Inspection tests.
Waivers of requirements.
L5-2 Tests, suitability (material not under purchase).
Experiments.
Laboratory tests.
Service tests.
Shock tests.
Simulative tests.
Special apparatus and arrangements for making test.
L5-3 Inspection of real property.
L5-4 Inspections of operations and personnel, shore establishments.

L6 PAYMENTS, RECEIPTS, AND DELIVERIES.
 
L6-1 Deliveries and receipts.
Acceptance of deliveries.
Advance deliveries.

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L6 PAYMENTS, RECEIPTS. AND DELIVERIES-Continued.
 
L6-1 Deliveries and receipts-Continued.
Checkages.
Delays in deliveries and receipts.
Deliveries.
Excess deliveries.
Exemption from deliveries.
Expediting deliveries.
Failure in making deliveries.
Guarantee period.
Illegal deliveries and receipts. (See par. 13-1.)
Outfitting period, new ships.
Partial deliveries.
Prompt deliveries.
Receipts.
Rejection of deliveries.
Releases.
Shortage of deliveries.
L6-2 Disbursing.
Authorization for payments.
Advance of money to contractors.
Bad debts.
Bills.
Bills, lost.
Bills payable.
Bills receivable.
Bills, unpaid.
Carrying charges.
Cash advances.
Certificates on dealers' bills.
Claims and compensation.
Collections.
Corrected public bills.
Credits.
Deferred payment (labor and material).
Delays in payments.
Disbursements.
Discount for cash, contractors' bills.
Illegal payments.
Liquidated and unliquidated damages, payment of.
Liquidation.
Overpayments and receipts therefor.
Partial payments.
Payments.
Payments on public bills.
Penalties.
Preparation of payments.
Preparation of public bills.
Priorities (payments).
Progress payments.
Public bills.
Public vouchers.
Refunds.
Reimbursements.
Reservations.
Vouchers.
Vouchers, abstract of.
Warrants (authority for making payments).

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L6 PAYMENTS, RECEIPTS, AND DELIVERIES-Continued.
 
L6-3 Progress reports.
Degree of completion on ships building.
Progress of work on ships building.

L7 ALLOWANCES.
 
L7-1 Allowances.
Allowance books.
Allowance lists.
Allowance, pay and money. (See L16 Pay and money allowance, wages and salaries.)
Allowance rations, etc. (See L16)
Emergency rations.
Outfit, allowance of.
Outfits of vessels on first commissioning.
L7-2 Standard stock.
Distribution of material.
Discontinuance of standard stock.
Distributing points for standard stock.
Naval material and stores, classification, standard
stock catalogue. Federal.
Standard stock catalogue.

L8 PROCUREMENT.
 
L8-1 Supply system.
Afloat.
Ashore.
L8-2 Requisitions.
Action taken on.
Additional information regarding.
Advance approval of.
Cancellation of.
Change in appropriation on.
Class requisitions.
Completion of.
Correction of.
Decrease on requisitions.
Disapproval of.
Disposition of.
Expedition of.
Increase on requisitions.
In-excess requisitions.
Inspectors' requisitions.
Issues.
Local requisitions.
Material not covered by, obtaining of.
Methods of issuing material.
Missing requisitions.
Modification of.
Naval supply account requisitions.
Not in-excess.
Original.
Proprietary.
Preparation of.
Reserve material.
Stubs.

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L8 PROCUREMENT-Continued.
 
L8-3 Other methods of procurement.
Commandeering supplies and services.
Confiscation of material.
Manufacturing orders and requests.
Naval supply account fund requests.
Orders for services or labor.
Plant orders.
Procurement by acquisition.
Procurement by construction or manufacture.
Project orders.
Selection and adoption in procuring material.
Subsidation.
Subvention.
L8-4 Servicing aircraft on flights.

L9 CARE AND PRESERVATION.
 
L9-1 Preservation.
Berthing of ships for safety.
Care and preservation.
Care and preservation gangs.
Cleaning.
Dehydrating.
Fire protection of ships.
L9-2 Guard service (military and civil).
Guard service of material in transit.
Guarding plants, and material.
Shipkeepers, cost of.
Watchmen and guards, cost of.
L9-3 Alterations, repairs, and overhaul.
Alterations.
Arrival and departure conference reports.
Assignments for overhaul.
Availability for work.
Completion, date of.
Home yards, assignment of.
Maintenance.
Modernisation.
Overhaul and docking schedules.
Overhaul period.
Precedence of work.
Priority of work.
Progress of work.
Readiness for sea.
Renovating.
Repairs.
Status of work.
Transfer work.
Unfinished work at time of departure.
Work load.
Work of laying up.
Work requests summaries.
Work to be performed by ship's force.
L9-4-5 Combined under L9-3.
L9-6 Storage for preservation.
Subaqueous storage of coal.
L9-7 Safety devices.
Safety devices, safety precautions, and orders.

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L10 ACCOUNTING.
 
L10-1 Supply accounting ashore.
Accounting ashore, method of.
Classification of naval stores (accounting for).
L10-2 Supply accounting afloat.
Accounting afloat, method of.
L10-3 Industrial accounting.
Account group classification.
Accounting for piece work.
Accounting systems, title Z shops.
Charges.
Charges, location of.
Comparative cost data.
Cost accounting.
Cost determination.
Cost of work, records. Costs and reports.
Costs.
Estimate of value.
Estimated and actual cost.
Expenses.
Expense distribution (accounting).
Expense rates (overhead and indeterminate appropriation expense).
Expense statements.
Extraordinary repairs, accounting for.
Fixed charges.
General scope, theory and practice (accounting).
Hourly rates for tools.
Indeterminate charges (accounting).
Installation charges.
Job order system.
Job order system and reports.
Labor rolls (see L16 Pay and money allowance, wages, and salaries).
Liability accounts.
Limit of cost.
Machine tool rates (accounting).
Material system of accounting.
Miscellaneous general expenses, accounting for.
New construction charges, accounting for.
Operating expenses, accounting for.
Overhead.
Plant inventory.
Power, accounting for.
Shop expense, accounting for.
Shop orders.
Shop stores.
Statistical machine system (accounting).
Statutory limit of repair work.
Title Z stores, foundry.
Title Z stores, other than foundry.
L10-4 Accounting nonindustrial.
Cost of maintenance of prison system.
Deficits in accounting.
Discrepancies and irregularities in accounting.
Incomplete accounting.
Inefficiency in accounting.
Maintenance and operation accounts.
Negligence in accounting.

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L10 ACCOUNTING-Continued.
 
L10-4 Accounting nonindustrial-Continued.
Plant increase.
Plant inventory.
Report of expenditures.
L10-5 General accounts, reports, and returns, miscellaneous.
Accounts.
Accounts payable.
Accounts receivable.
Acts of July 11,1919, and April 21,1922, relief from.
Administrative examination and analysis of accounts.
Assets, property investment.
Auditing accounts.
Auditor's suspensions.
Bookkeeping.
Delinquencies in accounting.
Disallowances.
Expenditure records and accounts.
Financial report.
Inspection of accounts.
Ledgers, accounting.
Outstanding accounts.
Rendition of accounts and returns.
Reports on methods of accounting.
Settlement of accounts.
Standard classification of expenditures by objects
(Comptroller General's classification of accounts).
Statement of differences (accounting).
Statements (accounting).
Summaries.
Supervision of accounts.
Suspension disallowances.
Suspension of accounts.
Transfer statements (accounting).
L10-6 Cost inspection, cost-plus contracts, cancellations.
Accounting for piecework (cost inspection).
Administrative expenses, accounting for.
Amortization.
Analysis and adjustment of charges and prices.
Billing at average rates (cost-plus contracts).
Certification of costs.
Charges (cost-plus contracts).
Comparative cost data (cost inspection).
Hourly machine tool rates.
Overhead distribution.
Overhead expense charge.
Overhead method of accounting.
Profits.
L10-7 Commercial radio and wire traffic accounts.
Abstracts of commercial traffic.
Accounts payable.
Accounts receivable.

L11 APPRECIATION, DEPRECIATION, AND DISPOSITION.
 
L11-1 Casualties and salvage.
Accidents
Acts of God, loss or deterioration due to.
Calamities.

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L11 APPRECIATION, DEPRECIATION, ETC.-Continued.
 
L11-1 Casualties and salvage-Continued.
Casualties (accidents, fires, etc., losses due to).
Collisions of vessels, motor vehicles, etc.
Conflagrations.
Damage caused by aircraft.
Damages to property for which Government is responsible.
Disappearance of vessels and aircraft.
Droughts, damage by.
Explosions.
Fires.
Floods, damage by.
Groundings.
Looting.
Loss of material due to unknown reasons.
Replacements and reclamations.
Salvage of material. (See S94.)
Sinkings.
Spontaneous combustion.
Trouble reports.
Unclaimed and stray material.
Vessels in distress.
L11-2 Custody.
Accountability and custody of material.
Appraisals.
Custody receipts.
Discrepancies and irregularities in custody of material.
Inventories.
Invoices.
Property returns.
Stock on hand.
Store invoices.
Storekeeping, accounting under.
Surveys of material.
Turning material into store.
L11-3 Disposition.
Abandonment and obsolescence of property and material.
Consumption of material.
Depreciation.
Depreciation of value or material.
Destroyed material.
Destruction of material.
Disposition.
Evaporations.
Excess stock.
Illegal disposition of material.
Losses by inventions.
Naval supply account, disposition of material under.
Price revisions of material in store.
Prices of material in store.
Release of material.
Scrapping of material or other objects.
Seizure of materials and other objects by enemy.
Surplus material, disposition of.
Unserviceable material.

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L11 APPRECIATION, DEPRECIATION, ETC.-Continued.
 
L11-4 Sales.
Bills of sale.
Demobilization of stores.
Proceeds of sales.
Promotion of sales.
Sales.
Sales at auctions.
Sales at commissary stores, naval stations.
Sales of vessels.
Sales to foreign governments.
Sales to other Government departments.
Sales to private party.
L11-5 Transfers, loans, and work for other than Navy (general).
Custody receipts.
Docking for other than Navy (including routine docking work).
Guaranties for safe return.
Loans.
Special deposits.
Transfer of funds.
Transfer with reimbursement.
Transfer without reimbursement.
Transfers.
Work.
L11-6 Transfers, loans, and work for other Government departments.
Custody receipts.
Docking for other Government departments, (including routine docking work.)
Guaranties for safe return.
Loans.
Special deposits.
Transfer of funds.
Transfer with reimbursement.
Transfer without reimbursement.
Transfers.
Work.
L11-7 Transfers, loans, and work for other Governments.
Custody receipts.
Docking for other Governments (including routine docking work).
Guaranties for safe return.
Loans.
Special deposits.
Transfer of funds.
Transfer with reimbursement.
Transfer without reimbursement.
Transfers.
Work.
L11-8 Transfers, loans, and work for private parties.
Custody receipts.
Docking for private parties (including routine docking work).
Guaranties for safe return.
Loans.
Special deposits.
Storage, care, and repair of commercial planes at government yards and stations.

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L11 APPRECIATION, DEPRECIATION, ETC.-Continued.
 
L11-8 Transfers, loans, and work for private parties-Continued.
Transfer of funds.
Transfer with reimbursement.
Transfer without reimbursement.
Transfers.
Work.
L11-9 Transfers, loans, and work between naval bureaus and officers and shore establishment.
L11-10 Transfers, loans, and work for Navy Department by other Government departments.
Custody receipts.
Docking.
Guaranties for safe returns.
Special deposits.
Transfer of funds, etc.
Transfers.
Transfers with reimbursement.
Transfers without reimbursement.
L11-11 Claims of Navy Department against other departments for property damage.
Estimates of damage.
Legislative authority for payments.
Replacement.
Settlement.
Transfer of funds.
L11-12 Claims of United States Government departments against other governments for property damage.
Estimates of damage.
Replacement.
Settlement.
L11-13 Claims of other Government departments against Navy Department for property damage.
Estimates of damage.
Legislative authority for payment.
Replacement.
Settlement.
Transfer of funds.
L11-14 Claims of other governments against United States Government departments for property damage.
Estimates of damage.
Legislative authority for payment.
Replacements.
Settlement.
Transfer of funds.
L11-15 Claims of private parties against United States Government departments for property damage.
Estimates of amount of damage.
Legislative authority for payment.
Replacement.
Settlement.
L11-16 Claims of United States Government departments against private parties for property damage.
Estimates of damage.
Replacement.
Settlement.

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L11 APPRECIATION, DEPRECIATION, ETC.-Continued.
 
L11-17 Claims of private parties for salvaging United States Government property.
Bills rendered.
Recommendations as to approval.
Settlement.
L11-18 Transfers, loans, and work for Government departments by private parties (not including salvaging work).
Bills rendered.
Recommendations as to approval
Settlement.
L11-19 Transfers, loans, and work for United States Government departments by foreign governments.
Bills rendered.
Custody receipts.
Docking.
Guaranties.
Special deposits.
Transfers.
Transfer of funds.
Transfer with reimbursement.
Transfer without reimbursement.
Settlement.
L11-20 Claims of private parties against foreign governments.
Estimates of amounts.
Authority for payment.
Replacement.
Settlement.
L11-21 Transfers, loans, and work for foreign governments or firms by private concerns of the United States.
Bills rendered.
Docking.
Equipment.
Settlement.
L11-22 Claims for salvage services rendered by ships of the United States Navy or by Government owned merchant ships.

L12 INVESTMENTS AND DEPOSITS.
 
L12-1 Banks, banking, checks, and drafts.
Altered, destroyed, or canceled checks.
Banks and banking, building associations, trust companies, savings banks, and societies to promote thrift.
Cash.
Certificates of deposit.
Certification of checks.
Check books.
Checks (bank).
Checks, cashing.
Checks, custody of.
Checks, disposition of.
Checks, signing of.
Collection of checks.
Conscience fund.
Deposit books.
Depositories.

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L12 INVESTMENTS AND DEPOSITS-Continued.
 
L12-1 Banks, banking, checks, and drafts-Continued.
Deposits.
Deposits for safe-keeping.
Discounts.
Drafts.
Duplicate checks.
Interest.
Lost checks.
Special deposits, such as deposits of money to cover future payments, deposits for safe-keeping, non-interest-bearing deposits.
(For special deposits in connection with loans, transfers, and work for other than Navy see L11-5, L11-6, L11-7, and L11-8.)
Treasury deposits.
Unclaimed and uncashed checks.
L12-2 Investments.
Fiscal agents.
Foreign investments.
Liberty loan bonds.
Relation of profits to investment.
War savings stamps.

L13 INSURANCE AND BONDING.
 
L13-1 Bonds and guaranties.
Annual bonds.
Annual guaranties.
Annual guaranties of firms selling to the Navy.
Bond premiums and receipts for.
Bonds.
Bonding bureaus.
Bonding companies.
Debarment of bonding and surety companies.
Fidelity bonds.
Indemnity bonds.
Power of attorney or stipulation and consent agreement.
Qualified surety companies.
Security bonds.
Surety bonds.
L13-2 Liability acts and insurance.
Annuity (insurance and bonding).
Application for insurance.
Beneficiaries.
Changes of policy (insurance).
Cost-plus contract insurance.
Conversion of insurance.
Fire insurance.
General average prorating of expense involved in loss or injury to a transporting vessel and cargo.
Gratuity (after death).
Guaranties.
Indemnity for accidental death or injuries.
Insurance.
Insurance certificates.
Insurance dividends.
Insurance policies.
Insurance premiums.

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L13 INSURANCE AND BONDING-Continued.
 
L13-2 Liability acts and insurance-Continued.
Insurance rates.
Insurance, transfer of.
Insuring private ships and operators.
Insuring private shippers.
Insuring ships, cargoes, and personnel.
Liability act.
Life insurance.
Marine insurance.
Surety.
War risk insurance.
Workmen's compensation act.
World War veterans' act.

L14 DUTIES, TAXES, ASSESSMENTS, AND DUES.
 
L14-1 Taxation and taxes.
Cost-plus contract taxes.
Custom taxes.
Excess profits tax.
Gasoline tax, State.
Income tax.
Inheritance tax.
Internal-revenue tax.
Land tax.
Poll tax.
Processing taxes.
Property tax.
Sales tax.
Social security tax.
Stamp tax.
Taxation.
War tax.
L14-2 Fees, dues, and assessments, material in bond.
Assessments.
Canal tolls.
Docking charges other than at navy yards.
Dues.
Duty (tax).
Entry of goods (through customhouse).
Export and import licenses.
Export and import tariff.
Fees.
Foreign-trade record.
Free entry (duties and taxes).
License and permit (commercial).
Material in bond.
Notary public fees.
Pilotage.
Port dues and charges.
Revenue (duties, taxes, assessments, and dues).
Tariff.
Tolls.
Tonnage dues.
Withdrawal of alcohol from bond.

L15 MORTGAGES.
 
Liens.
Trusts.

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L16 PAY, SALARIES, AND WAGES; MONEY ALLOWANCES TO PERSONNEL. INCLUDING ALLOTMENTS OF PAY, RENTAL, RATIONS, AND SUBSISTENCE ALLOWANCES.
 
L16-1 Schedule of wages for civil employees of shore establishments.
L16-2 Reclassification of salaries.
L16-3 Joint service pay bill, act of June 10,1922.
L16-4 Pay, salaries, and wages.
Active duty pay.
Advance pay.
Assignment of wages.
Back pay.
Checkages of pay, salaries, and wages.
Checks sent to employees.
Commutation of pay, salaries, and wages.
Constructive service.
Creditable record pay.
Credits.
Deductions of pay for absence or furlough, etc.
Flight pay.
Garnishment of pay.
Holiday pay.
Illegal pay.
Irregularity in handling pay.
Longevity pay.
Loss of pay.
Night-shift pay.
Overtime pay.
Pay.
Pay checks.
Pay for special detail.
Pay-roll changes.
Pay rolls.
Pay tables.
Rates of pay.
Reimbursement of pay.
Request for pay.
Retirement deductions.
Retirement pay.
Salaries.
Stoppage of pay.
System of paying.
Unclaimed wages.
Wages.
Wages (labor roll).
Wages, retroactive.
L16-5 Pay, Naval Reserve.
Compensation for command.
Drill pay.
Retainer pay.
L16-6 Allotments of pay.
By enlisted men.
By officers.
Discontinuance of allotments of pay.
Family allotments.
Nonpayment of allotments of pay.
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L16 PAY, SALARIES, AND WAGES, ETC.-Continued.
 
L16-7 Quarters, allowances for.
Civilian employees occupying Government quarters.
Commutation of quarters.
Heat and light allowances.
Rental allowance.
L16-8 Ration and subsistence allowances.
Emergency rations, allowance of.
Increase of ration allowance.
Ration allowance.
Rations, component parts.
Subsistence allowance.
L16-9 Allowances, money, to personnel.
Bonuses, executive.
Bonus ($240 congressional).
Bonuses.
Bounty.
Checkages of allowances.
Discontinuance of allowances.
Emergency expenses.
Expenses of individuals on special detail.
Gratuities (to employees of Government).
Gratuities to prisoners upon discharge.
Gratuity ($60), discharge.
Gratuity, uniform.
Pensions and applications for.
Pension fund.
Reimbursements of allowances.
Prize money.

L17 INCOMES.
 

L18 FINANCIAL DEALINGS (INDIVIDUALS).
 
Bumboating.
Cooperative stores.
Financial dealings (individuals). (See P13 for personnel.)
Floating debt.
Interests in non-governmental financial enterprises.
Money loaned or borrowed-indebtedness.
Profiteering.
Prohibition of bumboating.
Selling agencies.
Sinking fund.
Sutling.

L19 PERSONAL EFFECTS.
 
Household effects.
Inventory and disposition of effects.
Personal belongings.
Private articles carried on board ship, or shipped.
Private property.
Professional books and other personal property. (Methods of billing shipping, allowance, excess.)
Property lost by individuals.
Reimbursements of officers and men for lost or destroyed personal effects.

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L20 TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONNEL.
 
L20-1 Methods of and accommodations for.
Accommodations (travel).
Aerial transportation (personnel).
Bus lines.
Elevated ear lines.
Embarking and discharging passengers.
Ferry service.
Guide books.
Hire of carriages, cabs, motors, etc.
Kitchen-ear service.
Parlor-car service.
Passenger lists.
Passes and permits (travel).
Passports.
Quarters on shipboard for passengers.
Rail transportation.
Sleeping-car service.
Stowaways.
Subsistence accommodations during travel.
Subways.
Surface car lines.
Tourist-car service.
Transportation instructions.
Transportations methods.
Transportation of troops.
Transportation of prisoners.
Transportation (personnel).
Transportation on commercial vessels.
Transportation on Government vessels.
Travel identification labels and tags.
Vehicular tunnels.
L20-2 Transportation requests.
Cancellation of transportation.
Meal tickets.
Mileage.
L20-3 Travel claims.
L20-4 Transportation of dependents.
L20-5 Travel rates.
Bond-aided rates (personnel travel).
Classification for rate-making purposes (personnel travel).
Distance tables.
Equalization of rates (personnel travel).
Hotel rates (personnel travel).
Land-grant railroad rates.
Parlor-car rates.
Passenger rates.
Rate schedules (passenger travel).
Regulation of rates (passenger travel).
Sleeping-car rates.
Stateroom rates.
Tariff (transportation rates).
Tickets, railroad, streetcar, etc.
Travel allowance on discharge and extension of enlistment.
Travel allowances for escorts accompanying the dead.

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L20 TRAVEL, ETC.-Continued.
 
L20-6 Baggage and dunnage.
Excess.
Loss of.
Transfer of.

L21 SHIPMENTS.
 
L21-1 Conveyance facilities.
Carriers, freight.
Export and import, shipment facilities.
Express, shipment by.
Freight, shipment by.
Government conveyance, shipment by.
Inland traffic.
Land-grant railroads, shipment by.
Merchant vessels carrying naval supplies.
Mobilization of shipping facilities.
Motortruck, shipment by.
Naval overseas transport service. (See naval transport service.)
Naval transportation service (formerly naval overseas transportation service).
Parcel post.
Postal shipments.
Rail, shipment by.
Shipment by air.
Shipment by land.
Shipment by water.
Shipment in American bottoms.
Shipment in foreign bottoms.
L21-2 Shipment rates and charges.
Bond-aided rates (freight and cargo).
Bullion, shipment of.
Charges on shipments.
Classification for rate-making purposes (freight and cargo).
Demurrage (shipment).
Drayage rates.
Equalization of rates (freight and cargo).
Express rates.
Freight rates.
Freight rates on Government transports.
Land-grant railroad rates (freight and cargo).
Proposal of new transportation lines and routes.
Rate schedules (freight and cargo).
Regulation of rates (freight and cargo).
Storage charges on shipments.
Tariff, transportation (freight and cargo).
Tonnage (shipments).
Transportation contracts, instructions on.
Water rates (shipment).
Wharfage.
L21-3 Preparation of shipments.
Classification of freight (shipments).
Embargoes on shipments.
Explosives, regulations governing shipment of.
Identification of shipments.
Instructions to shippers.

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L21 SHIPMENTS-Continued.
 
L21-3 Preparation of shipments-Continued.
Marking shipments.
Method of making shipments.
Packing cases, boxes, crates, etc.
Packing for shipment.
Priority of shipments.
Regulation of routes.
Routing of shipments.
Trade routes.
Traffic instructions.
Transportation mailing lists.
Shipment orders.
Shipment of stores to private parties.
Shipments under contract.
Shipping tags.
L21-4 Freight, express, and other methods of shipment.
Billing (freight and cargo).
Bills of lading (Government and commercial).
Car orders, situations, shipments.
Car seals.
Cargo and distribution lists.
Cargo lists.
Cargo reports.
Manifests (material shipped, list of).
Reports of material shipped.
Shipper's clearance papers.
Shipper's declarations.
Unused bills of lading.
L21-5 Shipments in transit.
Cars, shortage, congestion, wrecking, switching of (affecting shipments).
Complaints regarding shipments.
Damage in transit (shipments).
Delay in deliveries (shipments).
Diverting shipments.
Expediting shipments.
Loss in transit.
Reports of arrival of shipments.
Shortages, losses, and tracing (shipments).
Tracing shipments.
L21-6 Loading and unloading shipments.
Drayage and hauling.
Shipping and receiving facilities at navy yards.
Stevedoring.
L21-7 Naval shipping guide.

L22 GIFTS.
 
L22-1 Contributions.
Donations to individuals.
Donations to organizations.
Relief of destitute, to (individuals and organizations).
Solicitation requests.
L22-2 Presentation sets.
Presentation sets.
Silver service, etc.

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L22 GIFTS-Continued.
 
L22-3 Rewards to individuals.
Gifts to individuals.
Homestead rights.
Money rewards for beneficial suggestions. (See A13-7 Beneficial suggestions.)
Presents to individuals.
Rewards for recovery of property.
Rewards for services.
Souvenirs (gifts).

L23 BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
 
L23-1 Foreign currency.
Exchange.
Payment of exchange.
Rates of exchange.
Value of foreign coins and currency.

L24 RESOURCES AND FACILITIES.
 
L24-1 Capacity and output of manufacturing establishments.
Berthing facilities.
Commercial facilities.
Domestic production.
Facilities.
Foreign production.
General condition of plants.
Industrial inventories for war purposes.
Natural resources.
Port facilities.
Port facilities, foreign.
Production.
Resources.
Resources and facilities for housing of employees.
Resources, commercial.
Resources, estimates of.
Resources for handling materials.
Resources, local.
Resources, military.
Resources, national.
Terminal facilities.

N

SHORE ESTABLISHMENT MATERIAL GROUP.

N1 Grounds.
N2 Highways.
N3 Administration structures.
N4 Personnel structures.
N5 Shop structures.
N6 Storage structures.
N7 Power pumping, and generating plant structures.
N8 Experimental and laboratory structures.
N9 Hospital, sanitarium, asylum, medical, and sanitation structures.
N10 Aviation structures.
N11 Radio structures.
N12 Military structures.
N13 Transportation structures.
N14 Bridges.
N15 Water-front structures.
N16 Dry docks.
N17 Marine railways,
N18 Shipways.
N19 Buildings, general.
N20 Moorings and navigational aids.
N21 Obstructions to navigation.
N22 Dredging.
N23 Generating plants.
N24 Fuel plants (including structures).
N25 Water, ice, refrigerating plants (including structures).
N26 Distributing systems.
N27 Fire protection (shore establishment).
N28 Communication systems (shore establishment).
N29 Tracks.
N30 Rolling stock.
N31 Weight handling.
N32 Weighing apparatus.
N33 Vehicles and livestock.
N34 Construction equipment.
N35 Machines and tools (obsolete, combined with N34).
N36 Office supplies and equipment (shore establishment).
N37 Furniture, household.
N38 Furniture, nonhousehold.
N39 Air station equipment.
When subdividing file data on the different kinds of equipment and apparatus contained in the above structures, do so by using where possible the classifications of the "S" groups with the above.

When the above includes a plant as an integral part thereof, the plant and its equipment will be classed with the above and not under N23 Generating plants.

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N1 GROUNDS
 
N1-1 Surveys.
Areas.
Bench marks.
Boundary monuments.
Metes and bounds.
Subsurface.
Topographic.
N1-2 Improvements to terrain.
Gardens.
Grass, lawns, loam, sod, and seeding.
Landscape development.
Nursery building, greenhouse.
Parks.
Plants, shrubbery, trees.
N1-3 Earthwork.
Excavating.
Filling.
Grading.
N1-4 Drainage.
Culverts.
Ditches.
N1-5 Tests of soil.
Borings.
Test piles.
Test pits.
N1-6 Pits.
Gravel pits.
Sand pits.
N1-7 Athletic fields.
Baseball fields.
Football fields.
Golf courses.
Handball courts.
Polo grounds.
Tennis courts.
N1-8 Parade grounds and drill fields.
N1-9 Landing fields.
N1-10 Testing spaces.
N1-12 Erecting spaces.
N1-13 Lands.
Easements (right-of-way, etc.)
Land, condemnation of.
Land grants and patents.
Riparian rights.
Titles, abstract of.
Titles, land.
N1-14 Monuments (not boundary).
N1-15 Parking spaces, automobile, etc.

N2 HIGHWAYS.
 
N2-1 Pavements.
Roads.
Streets.

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N2 HIGHWAYS-Continued.
 
N2-2 Gutters, catch basins, and gratings.
N2-3 Walks, passage platforms, and cat walks.

N3 ADMINISTRATION STRUCTURES.
 
N3-1 Administration buildings.
Information.
Office.
Regimental.
Vaults.
N3-2 Police buildings.
Booths.
Police station.
Sentinel box.
Sentry building.
Watch house.
N3-3 Post-office buildings.
N3-4 Limitation of boundaries.
Fences.
Gate house.
Gates.
Inspection building.
Waiting station.
Walls, boundary.

N4 PERSONNEL STRUCTURES (EXCEPT THOSE IN CONNECTION WITH HOSPITAL PURPOSES).
 
N4-1 Quarters.
For chief petty officers.
For civilian employees.
For enlisted men.
For nurses.
For officers.
For warrant officers.
Quarters for servants, attendants, etc.
Quarters, privately owned.
N4-2 Barracks.
Barracoones.
Bunk houses.
For enlisted men.
For laborers.
Receiving ship, ashore.
Training ship, ashore.
N4-3 Dormitories and hotel buildings.
N4-4 Buildings for preparation of food.
Bakery.
Butcher shop.
Galley building.
Kitchen.
N4-5 Buildings for serving food.
Cafeteria.
Dining room.
Lunch room.
Mess hall.
Officers' mess.
Restaurant.
Subsistence building.

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N4 PERSONNEL STRUCTURES, ETC.-Continued.
 
N4-6 Buildings for the issue of small stores.
Canteen commissary building.
Post exchange.
N4-7 Religious and welfare purposes, buildings for.
Chapels.
Chaplains' building.
Churches.
Hostess house (Y. W. C. A.).
K. of C.
Lutheran Brotherhood.
Morale.
Red Cross.
Y. M. C. A.
Y. M. H. A.
N4-8 Recreational and amusement buildings.
Auditorium.
Band stand,
Club house.
Exhibit hall.
Lecture hall.
Library.
Museum.
Recreation.
Swimming pools, tanks, etc.
Tents.
Theater.
N4-9 School buildings and training structures.
Apprentice school.
Artificers' school.
Aviation mechanic's school.
Bombing school.
Cooking school.
Diving school.
Electrical school.
Fuel-oil school.
Gas chambers, etc., for training in fire rescue.
Gas-engine school.
Gunnery school.
Gyrocompass school.
Hospital corps school.
Listeners' school.
Machine gun school.
Machinists mates' school.
Material school.
Mechanics' school.
Music school.
Officers' school.
Pharmacists mates' school.
Quartermasters' school.
Radio school.
Rowing school.
Seamanship school.
Shooting gallery.
Submarine school.
Submarine escape training tanks.
Swimming school.
Yeomens' school.

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N4 PERSONNEL STRUCTURES, ETC.-Continued.
 
N4-10 Buildings for physical instruction and athletic purposes.
Bleachers.
Bowling alley.
Field house.
Grand house.
Grand stand.
Gymnasium.
Natatorium.
Swimming pools.
N4-11 Barber shops.
N4-12 Cobbler shops.
N4-13 Washing and laundry buildings.
Laundry.
Scrub house.
Washhouse.
N4-14 Toilet and locker buildings.
Comfort station.
Latrine.
Lavatory.
Locker room.
N4-15 Detention (not quarantine) buildings.
Brig.
Guardhouse.
Prison.
N4-16 Outbuildings for quarters, etc.
For money allowance for quarters, see L16.

N5 SHOP STRUCTURES.
 
N5-1 Structural shops.
N5-2 Punch sheds.
N5-3 Sheet-metal shops.
N5-4 Bending shops.
N5-5 Metal shops.
N5-6 Foundries and sand-blasting shops.
N5-7 Forge shops.
N5-8 Plating and polishing shops.
N5-9 Heat-treatment shops.
N5-10 Shrinkage pits.
N5-11 Smitheries.
N5-12 Blacksmith shops.
N5-13 Wheelwright shops.
N5-14 Welding shops.
N5-15 Pickling plant and rats.
N5-16 Turret shops.
N5-17 Mold shops.
N5-18 Machine shops.
N5-19 Tool shops.
N5-20 Core ovens.
N5-21 Foundations for turret assembly.
N5-22 Chain shops.
N5-23 Gun-carriage shops.
N5-24 Dehydrating plants.
N5-25 Air flasks and accumulator shops.
N5-26 Gun shops.
N5-27 Torpedo-assembly buildings.
N5-28 Reforming plants.
N5-29 Quilting shops.

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N5 SHOP STRUCTURES-Continued.
 
N5-30 Proof shops.
N5-31 Primer shops.
N5-32 Fuse and primer houses.
N5-33 Drying buildings.
N5-34 Aircraft-engine shops.
N5-35 Aircraft factories.
N5-36 Aircraft-erecting shops.
N5-37 Dope shops.
N5-38 Optical shops.
N5-39 Propeller shops.
N5-40 Clothing factories and repair shops.
N5-41 Mattress factories.
N5-42 Bag factories.
N5-43 Pattern shops.
N5-44 Sawmills.
N5-45 Joiner shops.
N5-46 Carpenter shops.
N5-47 Block shops.
N5-48 Cane-fender shops.
N5-49 Rope walks.
N5-50 Sail lofts.
N5-51 Rigging lofts.
N5-52 Flag lofts.
N5-53 Gyrocompass shops.
N5-54 Boat shops.
N5-55 Repair shops for vessels.
N5-56 Storage-battery shops.
N5-57 Electrical shops.
N5-58 Pipe-fitters shops.
N5-59 Plumbing shops.
N5-60 Paint shops.
N5-61 Coppersmith shops.
N5-62 Boiler shops.
N5-63 Shipwrights sheds.
N5-64 Shipfitters shops.
N5-65 Babbitt shops.
N5-66 Print shops.
N5-67 Air-hose shops.
N5-68 Kilns.
N5-69 Galvanizing plants.
N5-70 Oil-reclaiming plants.
N5-71 Maintenance shops.
N5-72 Cartridge-case shops.
N5-73 Erecting shops.
N5-74 Miscellaneous shops.
N5-75 Transportation shops.
N5-76 Public-works shops.
N5-77 Trades shops.
N5-78 Mine-filling plants.
N5-79 Mine-assembly plants.
N5-80 Sight shops.

N6 STORAGE STRUCTURES.
 
N6-1 Paints and oils, storehouses for.
Oil.
Paint.
Varnish.

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N6 STORAGE STRUCTURES-Continued.
 
N6-2 Aviation equipment, storehouses for.
Airplanes.
Dirigibles.
N6-3 Rigging, storehouses for.
N6-4 Sails, storehouses for.
N6-5 Rope and cordage storages.
Cordage storage.
Rope.
N6-6 Timber, storage of.
Lumber.
Piles.
N6-7 Nautical instruments, storehouses for.
Compass storehouse.
Gyrocompass storage.
N6-8 Chain storehouses.
N6-9 Merchandise pier sheds.
N6-10 Docking gear, storehouses for.
N6-11 Piping and tubes, storehouses for.
Pipe sheds.
Tubes.
N6-12 Model storage.
N6-13 Net storehouses.
N6-14 Patterns, storehouses for.
N6-15 Tool houses.
N6-16 Scrap yards and bins.
N6-17 Anchor storehouses.
N6-18 Boat storage (shore establishment).
N6-19 Machinery storehouses.
N6-20 Cement, storage of (shore establishment).
Cement sheds.
Cement storehouses.
N6-21 Electrical storehouses.
Electrical apparatus, storehouses for.
N6-22 Storage batteries, storehouses for.
N6-23 Engineering stores, storehouses for.
Radio storehouses.
N6-24 Hemp, storehouses for.
N6-25 Paper and cardboard, storage of.
Cardboard, storehouses for.
Paper, storehouses for.
N6-26 Pitch, storehouses for.
Pitch sheds.
N6-27 Lime, storehouses for.
Lime sheds.
N6-28 Brick, storehouses for.
N6-29 Glass, storehouses for.
N6-30 Hardware, storehouses for.
N6-31 Sand, storehouses for.
N6-32 Gravel storage.
N6-33 Gasoline, storehouses for.
N6-34 Kerosene, storehouses for (shore establishment).
N6-35 Coke, sheds for.
N6-36 Coal, sheds for.
N6-37 Cylinders, storehouses for.
N6-38 Steel, storehouses for.
Metal, storehouses for.
N6-39 Bolts, storehouses for.
N6-40 Medical supplies, storehouses for.
N6-41 Bags, storehouses for.

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N7 POWER, PUMPING, ETC.-Continued.
 
N7-8 Electric substations.
Frequency changer houses.
Motor generator houses.
Transformer houses.
N7-9 Chimneys, stacks and flues.

N8 EXPERIMENTAL AND LABORATORY STRUCTURES.
 
N8-1 Mine experimental laboratories.
N8-2 Torpedo air flasks and accumulators, laboratories for.
N8-3 Observatories.
N8-4 Observation tower.
N8-5 Model tanks, basins and experimental water channels.
N8-6 Radio laboratories.
N8-7 Electrical laboratories.
N8-8 Photographic laboratories.
N8-9 Wind tunnels.
N8-10 Airplane engine laboratories.
N8-11 Chemical laboratories.
N8-12 Metallurgical laboratories.
N8-13 Hospital laboratories (animal house).

N9 HOSPITAL SANITARIUM, ASYLUM, MEDICAL, AND SANITATION STRUCTURES.
 
N9-1 Ward buildings.
Ambulant wards.
Contagious (isolation) wards and cubicles.
Continued treatment wards.
Convalescent wards.
Disturbed wards.
Infirmaries.
Neuropsychiatric (psychopathic wards).
Observation wards.
Quarantine barracks.
Quarantine quarters.
Quarters for sick officers.
Reeducational wards.
Semiambulant wards.
Surgical wards.
Tubercular wards.
N9-2 Special treatment buildings.
Dental offices.
Electrotherapy.
Hydrotherapy.
Intensive treatment.
Operating.
X-ray.
N9-3 Dispensaries.
Sick bay (shore establishment).
N8-4 Receiving buildings (hospital purposes).
N9-5 Disinfecting, fumigating and sterilizing buildings.
N9-6 Mortuaries.
N9-7 Disposal plants (except for sewage).
Can storage buildings.
Crematories.
Garbage disposal plants.
Incinerators.

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N10 AVIATION STRUCTURES.
 
N10-1 Hangars.
Airship.
Balloon.
Landplane.
Seaplane.
Windbreaks.
N10-2 Runways and landing beaches for airplanes.
N10-3 Airplane turntables (shore establishment).
N10-4 Masts, mooring.
N10-5 Engine testing structures, aviation (shore establishment).
Engine test sheds.
Motor test houses.
Test stand houses.
N10-6 Aerographic huts.
N10-7 Photographic huts.
N10-8 Humidifying and air-conditioning plants.
N10-9 Bombing buildings.
N10-10 Aerological buildings.
N10-11 Warming-up platforms.
N10-12 Seadromes.
N10-13 Arresting platforms.

N11 RADIO STRUCTURES (SHORE ESTABLISHMENT).
 
N11-1 Operating buildings (radio).
N11-2 Receiving buildings.
N11-3 Radiocompass buildings.
N11-4 Radio towers.
N11-5 Masts, radio (shore establishment).
N11-6 Helix buildings.
N11-7 Nonmagnetic buildings.
For subdividing data on the radio apparatus contained in the above structures use the classification (items 18 to 99 inclusive) in Bureau of Ships pamphlet.

N12 MILITARY STRUCTURES.
 
N12-1 Armory and drill halls.
N12-2 Rifle ranges and butts.
N12-3 Defenses.
Emplacments.
Forts.
Gun platforms (shore).
Redoubts.
Trenches.
N12-4 Flagpoles.
N12-5 Gun sheds.
N12-7 Bombproof shelters.
N12-8 Harbor defense military control structures.

N13 TRANSPORTATION STRUCTURES.
 
N13-1 Garages.
N13-2 Stables.
N13-3 Barns.
N13-4 Carriage houses.
N13-5 Cart and wagon sheds.
N13-6 Crane sheds.
N13-7 Turntables, railroad.
N13-8 Locomotive houses.
N13-9 Freight sheds.

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N14 BRIDGES.
 
N14-1 Bridges and viaducts.
N14-2 Causeways.
N14-3 Trestles (temporary).
N14-4 Pontoon bridges.

N15 WATER-FRONT STRUCTURES.
 
N15-1 Piers and docks.
Coal piers.
Fitting-out piers.
Fuel-oil piers.
Merchandise piers.
Speedboat piers.
N15-2 Wharves.
N15-3 Quay walls.
N15-4 Seawalls.
N15-5 Landings.
Dolphins and camels.
Floats, landing.
Gangways.
N15-6 Dolphins.
N15-7 Marine basins.
N15-8 Slips and basins.
N15-9 Boat overhangs.
N15-10 Cofferdams.
N15-11 Breakwaters.
N15-12 Bulkheads.
N15-13 Dikes.
N15-14 Levees.
N15-15 Transfer (tide) bridges.
N15-16 Dump brows.
N15-17 Piles and piling.
N15-18 Work floats.

N16 DRYDOCKS.
 
N16-1 Dry docks, graving.
N16-2 Pump wells.
N16-3 Caissons (including pumps).
N16-4 Pumps for graving docks.
N16-5 Floating.
N16-6 Pumps for floating drydocks.
N16-7 Anchorage tor floating drydocks.
N16-8 Blocking.
N16-9 Capstans.
N16-10 Bollards.
N16-11 United States commercial.
N16-12 Foreign government.
N16-13 Foreign commercial.

N17 MARINE RAILWAYS.
 

N18 SHIPWAYS.
 
N18-1 Building ways.
N18-2 Launching ways.

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N19 BUILDINGS.
 
N19-1 Numbering and labeling buildings and grounds.
N19-2 Floors, ceilings, walls.
N19-3 Repairs to buildings.
N19-4 Roofs and roofing.
N19-5 Ventilators and ventilating.
N19-6 Piles and piling (not water front).
N19-7 Sanitation of buildings and grounds.
N19-8 Doors.
N19-9 Windows, skylights, sashes (natural lighting).
N19-10 Stairways.
N19-11 Lightning protection.
N19-12 Wrecking and salvaging.
N19-13 Gutters and down spouts.
N19-14 Awnings.
N19-15 Acoustics.
N19-16 Screening.
N19-17 Building material.
N19-18 Gas defensive structures, conditioning against attack.

N20 MOORINGS AND NAVIGATIONAL AIDS (STRUCTURES ONLY).
 
N20-1 Lighthouses and light vessels.
N20-2 Beacons and ranges.
N20-3 Buoys (channel, mooring, and range).
N20-4 Capstans, mooring.
N20-5 Bollards, mooring.
N20-6 Anchors for moorings.
N20-7 Leader systems (piloting cables).
N20-8 Submarine signaling stations.
N20-9 Structures and earth formations (navigational aids).
N20-10 Target and torpedo ranges.
N20-11 Trial and speed courses.
N20-12 Submarine defense nets, chains, buoys, anchors, etc.

N21 DESIGNATIONS, SHORE ESTABLISHMENT.
 

N22 DREDGING.
 

N23 GENERATING PLANTS (DOES NOT INCLUDE STRUCTURES).
 
N23-1 Hydrogen plants and compressors.
N23-2 Nitric acid plants.
N23-3 Nitrogen plants.
N23-4 Oxygen plants.
N23-5 Acetylene and oxyacetylene plants.
N23-6 Helium plants, compressors and expanders.
N23-7 Power plants.
Boiler plants.
Electric substations.
Frequency-changer houses.
Heating plants.
Motor-generator houses.
Pumping plants.
Transformer houses.

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N23 GENERATING PLANTS-Continued.
 
N23-8 Circulating loops (other than piping).
Discharge tunnels.
Discharge wells.
Intake tunnels.
Screens.
Sluice gates.
Suction wells.
N23-9 Cooling and spray ponds.
N23-10 Cooling towers.

N24 FUEL PLANTS (INCLUDING STRUCTURES).
 
N24-1 Coaling (coal storage) plants.
N24-2 Oil-storage plants.
Reservoirs.
Tanks.
N24-3 Gasoline-storage plants
Drums.
Reservoirs.
Tanks.
N24-4 Diesel oil storage plants.
Reservoirs.
Tanks.

N25 WATER, ICE, AND REFRIGERATING PLANTS (INCLUDING STRUCTURES).
 
N25-1 Water storage (including that for fire protection).
Dams.
Reservoirs.
Standpipes.
Tanks.
Water supply.
N25-2 Wells and cisterns.
N25-3 Filtration plants.
Filter beds.
Filters.
N23-4 Sterilization plants.
Chlorinators.
Violet ray.
N25-5 Water softening and treating plants.
N25-6 Deferrization plants.
N25-7 Distilling plants.
N25-8 Refrigerating plants.
Cold-storage plants.
Ice-cream plants.
Ice plants.

N26 DISTRIBUTING SYSTEMS (SHORE ESTABLISHMENT).
 
N26-1 Air (pneumatic) systems.
N26-2 Hydraulic-power systems.
N26-3 Steam and hot-water systems (including piping, conduits, etc.).
Heat.
Hot water.
Power.

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N26 DISTRIBUTING SYSTEMS-Continued.
 
N26-4 Gas systems and stowage.
Acetylene.
Helium.
Hydrogen.
Illuminating.
Oxygen.
N26-5 Electric systems (including conduits, wires, cables, etc.).
Lighting.
Power.
N26-6 Water systems.
Fountains and coolers.
Fresh water, potable.
Salt-water systems.
Fresh water, nonpotable.
N26-7 Sewers and sewerage systems.
Drains.
Manholes.
Sanitary.
Septic tanks.
Storm water.

N27 FIRE PROTECTION (SHORE ESTABLISHMENT).
 
N27-1 Fire-alarm systems.
N27-2 Fire extinguishers.
N27-3 Fire engines.
N27-4 Fire-engine houses.
N27-5 Fire stations, hose-reel houses.
N27-6 Hydrants, fire.
N27-7 Pumps for fire protection (when not included in power plants).
N27-8 Foam fire protection.
N27-9 Automatic-sprinkler systems.
N27-10 Hose, fire-fighting, shore.
For water storage for fire protection see N25-1.

N28 COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS (SHORE ESTABLISHMENT)
 
N28-1 Telephone.
N28-2 Telegraph.
N28-3 Pneumatic-tube.
N28-4 Annunciator.
N28-5 Military-alarm.
N28-6 Signal towers.
N28-7 Pigeon lofts.
N28-8 Cable.
Interruption (cables).
Laying and cutting cables.
N28-9 Mail-collection boxes.
N28-10 Bells and whistles.

N29 TRACKS.
 

N30 ROLLING STOCK.
 
N30-1 Locomotives.
N30-2 Flat cars.
N30-3 Box cars.
N30-4 Dump cars.
N30-5 Coal cars.

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N30 ROLLING STOCK-Continued.
 
N30-6 Tank cars (including helium cars).
N30-7 Gondolas.
N30-8 Refrigerator cars.

N31 WEIGHT HANDLING.
 
N31-1 Cranes, land.
N31-2 Fitting-out cranes, also ship-building cranes.
N31-3 Jib cranes.
N31-4 Locomotive cranes.
N31-5 Traveling-bridge cranes.
N31-6 Wall cranes.
N31-7 Shear legs.
N31-8 Derricks, land.
N31-9 Derricks, floating; and cranes, floating.
N31-10 Hoists, pulleys, triplex blocks, etc.
N31-11 Monorail hoists.
N31-12 Winches.
N31-13 Elevators.
N31-14 Dumbwaiters.
N31-15 Cranes, floating. (Obsolete, see N31-9.)
N31-16 Lifting magnets.

N32 WEIGHING AND TESTING APPARATUS (INCLUDING STRUCTURES).
 
N32-1 Track.
N32-2 Wagon.
N32-3 Testing apparatus ashore (other research apparatus, such as plate rocks, balancing machines, etc.)
N32-4 Platform scales.
N32-5 Beam scales.
N32-6 Crane scales.
N32-7 Toledo type scales.

N33 VEHICLES AND LIVESTOCK.
 
N33-1 Passenger automobiles.
N33-2 Motor trucks.
N33-3 Ambulances.
N33-4 Motorcycles.
N33-5 Wagons.
N33-6 Carts.
N33-7 Timber wheels.
N33-8 Sleighs.
N33-9 Bicycles.
N33-10 Gasoline wagons.
N33-11 Trucks, hand.
N33-12 Trailers.
N33-13 Horses.
N33-14 Mules.
N33-15 Water buffaloes.
N33-16 Hearses.
N33-17 Shop express systems.
N33-18 Trucks, electric.
N33-19 Domestic livestock, fowls, pets, etc.
N33-20 Tractors.
N33-21 Trucks, helium tank.

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N34 CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT (BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS).
 
N34-1 Dredges.
N34-2 Pile drivers, floating and land.
N34-3 Plows.
N34-4 Scrapers, road.
N34-5 Rollers, road.
N34-6 Tractors. (Obsolete, see N33-20.)
N34-7 Concrete mixers.
N34-8 Scaffolds.
N34-9 Street sweepers.
N34-10 Stone crushers.
N34-11 Drills.
N34-12 Sprinkling carts.
N34-13 Mowing machines and lawn mowers.
N34-14 Snow plows.
N34-13 Wheelbarrows and pushcarts.
N34-18 Cement guns.
N34-17 Paint sprayers.
N34-18 Steam hammers.
N34-19 Steam shovels.
N34-20 Air compressors, portable.
N34-21 Hand and portable tools, welding outfits (shore).

N35 MACHINES AND TOOLS (OBSOLETE, COMBINED WITH N34).
 

N36 OFFICE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT (SHORE ESTABLISHMENT).
 
N36-1 Filing equipment.
N36-2 Fans, electric.
N36-3 Clocks.
N36-4 Typewriters, adding machines and labor-saving devices.
N36-5 Office furniture, desks, etc.
N36-6 Office supplies, stationery, etc.
N36-7 Blue-print machines.
N36-8 Printing and binding machinery and equipment.
N36-9 Folding machines. (Obsolete, see N36-8.)
N36-10 Coding and decoding machines (ciphering and deciphering).
N36-11 Tide-predicting and gauge machines.
N36-12 Drafting-room supplies, instruments, tracing and van dyke cloth, blueprint, and van dyke paper.
N36-13 Engraving and lithographing machines and equipment, plates, etc.
N36-14 Safes and lockers.
N36-15 Mail equipment.

N37 FURNITURE, HOUSEHOLD.
 
N37-1 Carpets and rugs.
N37-2 Bedding.
N37-3 Shades.
N37-4 Chairs, tables, beds, etc.
N37-5 Refrigerators, ice boxes, etc.
N37-6 Stoves and ranges.

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N38 FURNITURE, NONHOUSEHOLD.
 
N38-1 Carpets and rugs.
N38-2 Bedding.
N38-3 Shades.
N38-4 Chairs, tables, beds, etc.
N38-S Refrigerators, ice boxes, and display cases.
N38-6 Stoves and ranges.

N39 AIRCRAFT STATION EQUIPMENT.
 
N39-1 Station lighting.
Landing-field lights.
Landing-field flares.
Boundary lights.
Floodlights.
Wind-cone lights.
Ceiling projector lights.
Searchlights.
N39-2 Miscellaneous equipment, aerial ladders, etc.

N40 FUEL OIL TANKS AND CLEANING EQUIPMENT.
 

P

PERSONNEL GROUP.

P1 Genealogy and identification.
P2 Preventive medicine.
P3 Medicine.
P4 Surgery.
P5 Dentistry.
P6 Death and casualties.
P7 Domestic relations.
P8 Social relations.
P9 Political relations.
P10 Amusement and recreation.
P11 Education.
P12 Religion.
P13 Misconduct and discipline.
P14 Appointment.
P15 Commendations, citations, and medals.
P16 Assignment and detail.
P17 Rank, precedence, and promotion.
P18 Attendance and absence.
P19 Separation.
P20 Performance.
P21 Morale.

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P1 GENEALOGY AND IDENTIFICATION.
 
P1-1 Name.
Alias.
Assumed.
Credentials.
Official signature.
Permission to change.
Service numbers.
Signal numbers.
Signature.
P1-2 Residence.
Address, change of.
Home.
Home address.
Residence, legal.
Residence, legal, change of.
Residence, physical.
Residence, temporary.
P1-3 Age and birth.
Age.
Birth, certificate.
Birth, date of.
Birthplace.
P1-4 Race and citizenship.
Alien.
Citizenship.
Citizenship, acquisition of.
Citizenship, expatriation.
Citizenship, loss of.
Citizenship, repatriation.
Citizenship, restoration of.
Emigration.
Exclusion of races.
Foreigners.
Immigration.
Language.
Nationality.
Native born.
Naturalization, eligible.
Naturalization, manner of.
Naturalization, noneligible.
Naturalization papers.
Naturalization qualifications.
Race.
P1-5 Physical description.
Appearance.
Cards of identification.
Description list.
Finger prints.
Identification charts and records.
Identification tags.
Letters of identification.
Outline finger cards.
Photographs of individuals.
Physical characteristics.

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P1 GENEALOGY AND IDENTIFICATION-Continued.
 
P1-5 Physical description-Continued.
Physical requirements for enlistment and promotion (hale and hearty).
Physically deficient.
Scars.
Sex.
Systems of identification.
Tatoo marks.
P1-6 Habits and character.
Ambition.
Character.
Courageous.
Cowardice.
Dependability
Disposition (character).
Fear.
Financial responsibility (individual).
Habits and traits of character.
Loyalty.
Normal.
Physical habits.
Temperamental peculiarities.
Temperance.
P1-7 Biography.
Army deserters.
Criminal records.
Individual history.
Letters of introduction.
Personal records, method and form of keeping.
Records of past history.

P2 PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
 
P2-1 Quarantine and quarantinable diseases(others to be added as legalized).
Bills of health.
Leprosy.
Plague.
Pratique.
Quarantine.
Quarantine regulations. (See A2-7.)
Restricted districts (quarantine).
Smallpox.
Typhus.
Yellow fever.
P2-2 Segregation and communicable diseases.
Communicable diseases.
Contagious diseases.
Epidemics.
Insect transmission.
Intestinal transmission.
Respiration transmission.
P2-3 Prophylaxis.
Asbestos gloves.
Cooties and fleas, etc., extinction of.
Cowpox vaccination.
Diphtheria antitoxin.
Disinfection.

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P2 PREVENTIVE MEDICINE-Continued.
 
P2-3 Prophylaxis-Continued.
Dust protectors.
Ear protectors.
Eyeglasses.
Eye protectors.
Fleas.
Foundry leggings.
Fumigation.
Infected clothing.
Inoculation.
Insect extermination.
Insects, prevention and restriction.
Mess gear, sterilization of.
Prevention of disease by chemical sterilization.
Prevention of disease by destruction of effects.
Prevention of disease by disinfection.
Prevention of disease by eye and ear protectors.
Prevention of disease by gas masks.
Prevention of disease by mechanical means.
Prevention of disease by steam sterilization.
Roaches, extermination of.
Rodents, extermination of.
Serumtheraphy.
Tetanus antitoxin.
Typhoid vaccination.
Vaccination against other diseases.
Vermin extermination.
P2-4 Hygiene.
Accident and accident prevention.
Air pollution.
Exercises, physical (not athletics).
Hygiene.
Hygiene, personal.
Physiology.
Report of accident.
Restricted districts.
Safety first.
Sanitary inspection.
Sanitation.
Sanitation place of employment, employees.
Sex hygiene.
P2-5 Physical examinations.
Physical and mental condition, vision, height, chest measurement, weight and underweight, blood circulation.
Physical disability.
Physical tests.

P3 MEDICINE.
 
P3-1 Diseases and injuries.
Airsickness.
Asphyxiation.
Blood, diseases of.
Children's and infants' diseases.
Circulatory system, diseases of.
Color blindness.
Corpulency and obesity.

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P3 MEDICINE-Continued.
 
P3-1 Diseases and injuries-Continued.
Drug addictions.
Ductless glands, diseases of.
Ear diseases.
Epilepsy.
Eye diseases.
Famine.
Female diseases.
General diseases.
Genito-urinary (nonvenereal) diseases.
Group diseases.
Insane and insanity.
Mental diseases.
Mentally deficient.
Muscles (motor system) diseases.
Occupational diseases.
Pestilence.
Respiratory diseases.
Seasickness.
Smoking, habit of.
Syphilis.
Tropical diseases.
Tuberculosis.
Tumors and cancers.
Typhoid fever.
Veneral diseases.
P3-2 Treatment.
Anesthetics.
Baths (treatment).
Blood transfusion.
Complaints of treatment in hospitals.
Cripples, treatment of (other than loss of limbs).
Dietetics.
Families, medical treatment of.
First aid to the injured.
Gas and smoke remedial apparatus and treatment.
Hospital treatment.
Injuries, treatment of.
Malpractice.
Massage.
Medical expenses.
Medical treatment.
Medical treatment for Navy families.
Medicines.
Nursing.
Pharmacy.
Resuscitation.
Sick call.
Specialists, treatment by.
Supernumeraries, medical treatment.
Therapy.
Therapeutics.
P3-3 Specialties.
Chiropody.
Dermatology (skin diseases).
Electrotherapy.
Gynecology.
Homeopathy.

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P3 MEDICINE-Continued.
 
P3-3 Specialties-Continued.
Hydrotheraphy.
Neurology.
Obstetrics.
Ophthalmology.
Optometry.
Orthoepy.
Orthopedics.
Osteopathy.
Pediatrics.
Physiotherapy.
Psychiatry.
Radium treatment.
Roentgenology.
X-ray treatment.
P3-4 Pathology.
Bacteriology.
Chemistry.
Etiology.
Poisoning.
Poisons.
Toxicology.
P3-5 Diagnosis and prognosis.
Health records.
Medical surveys.
P3-6 Nomenclature of diseases and injuries.

P4 SURGERY.
 
P4-1 Operations (surgical).
General surgery.
Operations, major and minor (surgical).
Special surgery.
Wounded and treatment of wounded and accidentally injured, such as gas wounds, bullet wounds, burns.
P4-2 Instruments (surgical).
P4-3 Artificial limbs.
Artificial eyes.
P4-4 Rehabilitation.
Cripples, reconstruction of.
Wounded, reconstruction of.
P4-5 Anatomy.

P5 DENTISTRY.
 
P5-1 Dental treatment.
Gum diseases.
Tooth diseases.
P5-2 Prosthetic dentistry.
Teeth, artificial.
P5-3 Oral surgery.
P5-4 X-ray treatment (dentistry).

P6 DEATH AND CASUALTIES.
 
P6-1 Casualties in action.
Captured in action, reports of.
Casualties.
Deaths.

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P6 DEATH AND CASUALTIES-Continued.
 
P6-1 Casualties in action-Continued.
Killed in action.
Missing in action. (See P19-6.)
Prisoners (casualties in action).
Wounded, reports of.
P6-2 Death.
Accidental death.
Autopsy.
Death certificates.
Death in line of duty.
Drowning.
Suicide.
P6-1 and P6-2 can be combined under P6-2.
P6-3 Remains.
Complaints of condition of remains.
Corpses.
Cremation.
Dead, recovery of.
Disinfection of dead by ice.
Disposition of remains.
Embalming.
Remains.
Undertaking.
P6-4 Burial.
Casket.
Expenses.
Coffins.
Flags, covering coffins.
Funeral expenses.
Funerals.
Interments.
Pallbearers, honors, and escorts.
Removals and reinterment.
P6-3 and P6-4 can be combined under P6-4.
P6-5 Memorials.
Certification.
Windows.
Monuments.
P6-6 Graves and markers.
Assignment of cemetery plots.
Burial lots.
Cemeteries.
The acquisition, disposal, etc., of land for the purpose of "cemeteries" will be handled under N1-13. All other correspondence relative to cemeteries will be handled under the above.
Graves.
Headstones, footstones, regulation.
Monuments and tombstones.
P6-7 Condolences.

P7 DOMESTIC RELATIONS.
 
Abandonment.
Alienation of affections.
Alimony.
Bachelors.
Beneficiaries.

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P7 DOMESTIC RELATIONS-Continued.
 
Breach of promise.
Children.
Common-law wife.
Correspondents (divorce cases).
Dependents.
Divorce.
Elopement (marriage).
Families.
Fathers.
Foster parents.
Guardians.
Heirs.
Husbands.
Maiden ladies.
Marriages.
Married or single.
Members of family.
Mothers.
Next of kin.
Nonsupport.
Offspring, attitude toward.
Orphans.
Relatives.
Relatives, name and addresses of.
Self-maintenance.
Servants of naval personnel.
Wards.
Widowers.
Widows.
Wives.

P8 SOCIAL RELATIONS.
 
P8-1 Labor and labor unions.
Blacklisting.
Boycott.
Child labor.
Complaints of wrong use of trades (crafts).
Complaints on shop committees.
Committees, shop.
Convict labor, complaints of use of.
Craft and trade restrictions.
Discrimination, labor.
Labor board reports.
Labor, supply of.
Labor unions.
Nonunion labor.
Peonage.
Rioting, labor.
Sabotage by labor.
Strikes, strikers, and strikebreakers.
Trade board reports on labor.
Trade (craft) conditions.
Trades for yards and ships.
Trade-unions.
Union labor.
Walkouts.

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P8 SOCIAL RELATIONS-Continued.
 
P8-2 Associations and organizations and membership therein.
Charitable.
Clubs.
Commercial.
Fraternal.
Historical.
Medical.
Moral.
Naval.
Navy-yard.
Patriotic.
Secret.
Technical.
Veteran.
List of various organizations by name is omitted. If considered necessary to file under specific organization, the name can be added or an arbitrary symbol be adopted.
P8-3 Social affairs.
Dinners.
Invitations.
Luncheons.
Receptions.
Social privileges.
P8-4 Uniforms, discriminations against.
P8-5 Protests, petitions, remonstrances, and complaints.

P9 POLITICAL RELATIONS.
 
P9-1 Political affiliations.
Conditions, political.
Leanings, political.
Patriotic rallies.
Political activities.
Political adherence or leanings.
Political associations.
Political campaigns.
Political contributions.
Political conventions.
Political demonstrations.
Political parties.
Political societies.
Political tendencies.
Soliciting for political purposes.
P9-2 Political disturbances.
Anarchy and anarchists.
Assassinations.
Bolshevism.
Bolshevist (individual).
Conspiracies.
Deportation or exile.
Depredations.
Insurrections.
Piracy.
Plots.
Rebellions.
Refugees.

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P9 POLITICAL RELATIONS-Continued.
 
P9-2 Political disturbances-Continued.
Revolutions.
Secessions.
Sedition.
Socialists,
Sovietism.
Unlawful assemblies.
Uprising.
P9-3 Voting.
Elections, political.
Franchises and freedom.
Primaries.
Suffrage.
Voting disqualifications.
Voting qualifications.
P9-4 Lobbying.

P10 AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION.
 
P10-1 Athletics.
Athletic competitions.
Athletic competitions and rules.
Athletic entertainments.
Athletic outfits.
Baseball.
Basketball.
Bowling.
Boxing.
Fencing.
Football.
Golf.
Gunning and gun clubs.
Gymnastics.
Handball.
Hockey.
Jujutsu.
Lacrosse.
Olympic games.
Polo.
Prize fighting.
Rowing races.
Sailing races
Sports.
Swimming.
Tennis.
Tickets.
Track and field sports.
Trophies (athletic).
Wall scaling.
Wrestling.
P10-2 Dances and entertainments.
Allowances for entertainments, enlisted men.
Dances.
Entertainments.
Motion-picture shows and commercial films.
Outings.
Shows.
Smokers.

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P10-3 Games, other than athletic.
Acey-ducey.
Billiards.
Cards, playing.
Checkers.
Chess.
Dominoes.
Pool.
P10-4 Music and concerts.
Concerts.
Music.
Musical airs.
Musical instruments.
Patriotic airs.
Patriotic songs.

P11 EDUCATION.
 
P11-1 Educational system.
Attendance at schools.
Certificates of attainment, graduation, etc.
Clinics.
Correspondence courses.
Courses of instruction.
Curriculum.
Degrees.
Diplomas.
Educational advisers.
Educational instructors.
Examinations as to mental development and progress in schools.
Honor rolls.
Law courses.
Proficiency at school.
Reports on instruction.
Schedules of instruction.
Scholarships.
Syllabus.
Textbooks.
Training of personnel.
Tuition.
P11-2 Libraries.
Libraries, crew.
Libraries, ship.
Library methods.
Library routine.
Publications that make up libraries.
P11-3 Essays, theses, lectures, poems.
P11-4 Exhibitions, expositions, fairs, museums, and exhibits.
P11-5 Foreign languages.

P12 RELIGION.
 
P12-1 Religion.
Demonstrations (religion).
Religious organizations.
Religious orders.
Sects.

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P12 RELIGION-Continued.
 
P12-2 Religious services.
Divine services.
Religious ceremonies.
Religious instructions.
Religious publications.
P12-3 Sabbath, observance of.
For church structures see N4-7.

P13 MISCONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE.
 
P13-1 Crimes; delinquencies; felonies; malicious acts; misdemeanors; offenses.
Committed on shore; on authorized liberty.
Criminals; delinquents.
State of war; the United States being in a state of war.
PARTICULAR OFFENSES
P13-2 Conduct; offenses against authority.
Absence, offense. (See Straggling and desertion, P13.)
Animals, mistreatment of.
Arrest, escape, etc. (See Prisoners, P13.)
Cheating.
Civilians, inhabitants, ill treatment of; misconduct by
Concealed weapons, possession of.
Conspiracy. (See also P13 and Political relations.)
Contempt of court; disobedience; disrespect.
Drugs, narcotics, unlawful possession of; smuggling; traffic in.
Drugs, narcotics, use of (offenses); drug addicts. (See P3-1.)
Duty; disobedience of orders; inefficiency; misconduct on duty; negligence; sleeping on watch or post. (See also Liquor, use of.)
Evasion of military or naval service; conscientious objectors; draft dodgers; slackers.
False muster. (See Straggling and desertion, P13.)
Falsehood; false swearing (oath); perjury (false testimony, perjurers); suborn testimony (attempt).
Flag, disrespect to.
Fraudulent enlistment. (See Enlistment, P14).
Imposters; adventurers; false pretenses; impersonating an officer.
Liquor, alcoholic, unlawful possession of; introduction of; smuggling (smugglers); traffic in; bootlegging, bootleggers.
Liquor, alcoholic, use of; drunkenness; drunkenness on duty.
Misconduct; conduct to the prejudice of good order and discipline; disorderly; scandalous; unbecoming.
Mutiny; mutinous assembly; mutineers; failure to report; failure to do utmost to suppress; uttering mutinous words.
Nuisance.
Offenders, refusing or failing to use utmost exertions to detect, apprehend, and bring to punishment.
Quarantine, offenses in connection with.
Riot; affray; disorder; rout; unlawful assembly.
Sedition.

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P13 MISCONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE-Continued.
 
PARTICULAR OFFENSES-Continued
P13-2 Conduct; offenses against authority-Continued.
Sentinel or noncommissioned officer of a guard, offenses against; affront; disrespect to; interfering with; refusing obedience to order of. (See also Assault.)
Subordinates, offenses against; cruelty to; maltreatment of; oppression of subordinates. (See also Assault.)
Superior, offenses against; disrespect; insubordination; effort to weaken authority. (See also Assault.)
Treason; traitors.
Uniform, offenses in connection with. (See J.)
P13-3 Money or money values, offenses or conspiracies involving.
Bribery; graft.
Checks, worthless.
Counterfeiting.
Embezzlement; graft.
Extortion; blackmail; usury.
Forgery.
Fraud; false claim; fraudulent receipts; graft.
Gambling.
Shortages. (See L10, L11, L16.)
Theft. (See P13.)
P13-4 Person, offenses against the.(See also Vice.)
Assault.
Fighting (offense); duel; challenge; accepting challenge; quarreling; striking.
Hazing; water cure, etc.
Homicide; lynching; manslaughter; murder. (For attempted suicide, see P6-2.)
Injury; maiming (mayhem).
Shooting; careless handling of firearms; hasty shooting.
P13-5 Property, offenses against.
Arson (setting on fire); incendiaries.
Destruction or damage other than by fire; sabotage.
Embezzlement. (See P13-3.)
Shortages. (See L10, L11, L16, etc.)
Theft; theft of military property of United
States.
By Navy personnel; by unknown parties.
Looting; loot.
Merchandise, commerce, offenses in connection with; illicit traffic; receiving on board without authority; smuggling. (See also Drugs, liquor, and vice.)
Piracy, pirates.
Private property.
Public property.
Arson (setting on fire).
Destruction or damage other than by fire; sabotage.
Theft (thieves); burglary; larceny; robbery (robbers); by Navy personnel; by unknown parties.

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P13 MISCONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE-Continued.
 
PARTICULAR OFFENSES-Continued
P13-5 Property, offenses against-Continued.
Waste of public property.
Unauthorized use of vehicles, boats, and other articles; "joy riding."
P13-6 Vice, community.
Moral conditions of a community, or group, or
locality.
Prostitution, houses of.
Traffic, illicit; other associated with vice.
Traffic in women and children; white slavery.
P13-7 Vice, personnel.
Assault with immoral intent.
Bastardy; bigamy; polygamy.
Immoral practices; cohabitation; lewd or indecent behavior; moral turpitude; sexual perversion; sodomy.
Obscene language, photographs, reading matter.
Offenses against Postal Service; foreign commerce; interstate commerce.
Venereal diseases, concealing of. (See P3-1.)
P13-8 Desertion; straggling.
Absence (offense); stragglers. (See also P18.)
From command; over leave; without leave.
From station and duty; over leave; without leave.
Apprehension and delivery.
By civil authorities; by civilians; rewards for.
Guards for apprehended deserters, other than military.
(For Military guards, see P13-5, P16-5; see also L20).
Transportation of apprehended deserters with guards. (See also L20.)
Desertion; attempted desertion.
Aiding or enticing others to desert; receiving or entertaining a deserter.
From ship about to sail on an extended cruise.
In case of apprehension and delivery.
In case of surrender.
In execution of a conspiracy, or in the presence of an unlawful assembly which the naval forces may be opposing.
In time of peace; in time of war.
Removal of mark of desertion.
Elopement of applicants for enlistment.
False muster; answering for another at muster.
Making good time lost by absence.
P13-9 Discipline; punishment.
Confinement; deprivation of liberty; on shore on foreign station; imprisonment; hard labor; solitary confinement; bread and water.
Death, punishment.
Discharges, punishment.
Dismissal, punishment.
Extra duty, punishment.

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PARTICULAR OFFENCES-Continued
P13-9 Discipline; punishment-Continued.
Letters of admonition; caution; censure; reprimand; public reprimand.
Limitation of punishment; schedule of offenses and
Limitation of punishment; correction; disciplinary measures.
Loss of numbers, punishment.
Loss of pay, punishment.
Reduction in rank, punishment.
Reduction in rating, punishment.
Suppression of lawlessness.
Suspension from promotion, punishment.
P13-10 Prisoners; convicts.
Apprehension of prisoners or convicts, rewards for.
Arrests; extending the limit of arrest; subsistence while under arrest.
Clemency; appeals.
Good conduct time allowance.
Pardons.
Probationers; suspension of sentences; parole.
Restoration to duty; restoration to military service.
Sentences; commutation of; mitigation of; remission of.
Bad-conduct discharge (BCD); mitigation of; remission of.
Dishonorable discharge; mitigation of; remission of.
Demerits, prisoners.
Escape; aiding or permitting to escape.
Escape; attempting to escape; breaking arrest, prisoners at large; outlaws.
Irons; handcuffing; shackles.
Misconduct of working parties of prisoners.
Mistreatment of prisoners.
Transportation of prisoners. (See Guards, other than military.)
P13-11 Indebtedness.
Neglecting to discharge pecuniary obligations.

P14 APPOINTMENT.
 
P14-1 Application.
Application for civil employment.
Calls for volunteers.
Candidate.
Inquiries relative to appointment.
Inquiries relative to vacancies.
Recommendations used in applying for appointment.
Reinstatement, requests for.
Tenders of service.
Testimonials used in applying for appointment.
Volunteers.
P14-2 Appointment and employment.
Acceptance of.
Active.
Age limit for civil.
Age limit for military.

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P14 APPOINTMENT-Continued.
 
P14-2 Appointment and employment-Continued.
Age limits, candidates for appointment as midshipmen.
Aliens, employment of.
Alternate.
Alternates (midshipmen).
Antedating.
Announcement of.
Appointment of members of family.
Appointment when other members of family are in the service.
Appointment to excepted positions.
Appointments to Naval Academy, number of.
Black list of appointees.
Cancellation of.
Certificates of eligibles.
Certification for.
Deaf mutes, employment of.
Debarment (employment).
Declaration of appointees.
Declinations of appointees.
Deficient on examination for.
Disabled, employment of.
Disqualifications.
Duplicate.
Eligibility for.
Entrance into service.
Examination for admission.
Examinations for announcement of.
Executive.
Females.
Gratuitous service.
Influence, use of, in obtaining.
Irregular.
Methods of.
Military preference.
Oaths of office.
Permanent.
Probational.
Provisional.
Qualifications for.
Reappointments.
Recalling of.
Recommendation for civil employment.
Reexamination for.
Refusals of.
Register of eligibles.
Reinstatement after military service.
Reinstatement, nominal.
Reporting of candidates for admission as midshipmen.
Request for authority to appoint.
Request for certification for.
Restoration to eligible list.
Restoration to service.
Retention in employment.
Statutory employees.
Substitute employees.

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P14 APPOINTMENT-Continued.
 
P14-2 Appointment and employment-Continued.
Temporary employees.
Vacancies.
Veterans' preference.
Women.
P14-3 Enrollment.
P14-4 Enlistment.
Age limit of enlistment.
Aliens, enlistment of.
Apprentices, enlistment of.
Continuous service.
Date and place of enlistment.
Enlistment for appointment as midshipmen.
Enlistment for aviation duty.
Enlistment for practice cruises.
Enlistment papers.
Enlistment posters.
Extension of enlistment.
Fraudulent enlistment.
Inquiries regarding enlistment.
Minority enlistments.
Minors.
Muster in.
Parents' consent to enlistment.
Period of enlistment.
Permission to reenlist.
Promises to recruits.
Recruiting.
Recruiting quota.
Reenlistment.
Rejection of recruits.
Rejection of applicants for enlistment.
Reports of enlistment.
Resumption of enlistment.
Special enlistment.
Stoppage of enlistment.
Reward to postmasters for enlistment applicants.
Under age enlistment.
Waivers (enlistment).
P14-5 Commissions and warrants.
Age limit of commissions.
Commissions.
Confirmations (commissions).
Nominations (commissions).
Recess appointments of commissions.
Recommissions (individuals).
Warrants (appointment).
P14-6 Conscription.
Draft.
Draft of employees for military service; exemptions, rules for, etc.
Exemption from military service.
Induction into service.
Registration for draft.

P15 COMMENDATIONS, CITATIONS. AND MEDALS
 
Badges.
Bailey medals.

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P15 COMMENDATIONS, CITATIONS, AND MEDALS-Con.
 
Buttons, honorable discharge.
Buttons, Naval Reserve.
Campaign badges.
Certificates of merit.
Citations.
Commendations.
Congratulations, letters of.
Congressional medals.
Decorations, award of.
Distinguished conduct.
Distinguished flying cross.
Distinguished service.
Emergency assistance.
Distinguished service cross (Army).
Distinguished service medal (Army).
Distinguished service medal (Navy).
Foreign decorations.
Good conduct bars.
Good conduct medals.
Letters of commendation.
Heroic or distinguished acts.
Influence, use of in obtaining commendation.
Live-saving.
Life-saving medals.
Medal of honor roll.
Medals.
Medals, competitive for workers.
Medals for target practice.
Medals, manufacture of.
Medals of honor.
Naval Reserve buttons.
Navy cross.
Recommendations for commendations.
Rolls of honor (citation).
Schiff memorial trophy for flying.
Sharpshooters' medals.
Testimonials used in obtaining commendation.
Thanks of Congress.
Victory medals.
Wound certificates.
For gunnery exercises and engineering performances commendations, see group A5.

P16 ASSIGNMENT AND DETAIL
 
P16-1 Personnel strength and distribution.
Additional employees.
Allotment of personnel.
Complements (ships and shore establishments).
Decrease in force.
Garrisons.
Increase in force.
Reduction (personnel).
Reduction of force. (See P19-4.)
Shortage of personnel.
Strength, separate units (personnel).

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P16 ASSIGNMENT AND DETAIL-Continued.
 
P16-2 Muster roll reports (personnel).
List of employees.
Muster rolls.
Rosters.
P16-3 Duty and detail.(For general correspondence only; where relating to an individual to be handled under the individual's name.)
Active duty.
Additional duty.
Admirals' aides.
Admission and discharge from hospitals.
Army and riot duty.
Assignment of duties.
Aviation designation.
Attachment (duty).
Battle stations.
Change of station.
Civil employees, replacing by commissioned or enlisted personnel.
Civil employees, use of, to replace commissioned or enlisted personnel.
Courier, detail of.
Designation as disbursing officer or deputy.
Detached duty.
Detached for or from service with Army.
Detached service (personnel).
Detachment.
Detail of adjutant.
Detail of assistant adjutant.
Detail, officer.
Duties and service.
Duties, assignment of.
Duty beyond continental limits of the United States.
Eligibility for detail,
Excused from duty.
Expeditionary duty.
Field service.
Foreign service.
Inactive duty.
Independent duty.
Inspection duty.
Instructors, detail as.
Liaison duty.
Loan of employees.
Mobilization duty.
Movement of personnel.
Officers attending conventions.
Outside employment of civilian personnel.
Outside employment of officers.
Precepts.
Range-finder operators, detail as.
Recruiting duty.
Relief from active duty.
Relief from duty.
Report for duty.
Reporting for duty.
Reports of arrival and departure of individuals.
Reports of officer details.

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P16 ASSIGNMENT AND DETAIL-Continued.
 
P16-3 Duty and detail-Continued.
Request for active duty.
Return to duty.
Sea duty.
Shore duty.
Special duty.
Staff duty.
Station billets.
Temporary duty.
Tours of duty.
Transfer of personnel.
Unusual or additional duties (other than punishment).
Whereabouts (personnel).
Witness duty.
P16-4 Orders to personnel.(General correspondence only; those to individuals to be handled under the name of the individual concerned.)
Approval of orders.
Cancellation of orders.
Change of orders.
Conflicting orders.
Flight orders.
Orders (personnel).
Orders to men.
Orders to officers.
Travel orders.
P16-5 Special details of enlisted men.(General correspondence only and not for the individual.)
Armed guards.
Detail of enlisted men (general subject only).
Detail of working parties.
Fire-control detail.
Guards.
Guards for deserters.
Gun crews.
Gun pointers.
Gun trainers.
Instructors, detail of enlisted men as.
Legation guards.
Motion-picture operator.
Provost guards.
Sight setters.
Special guards.
P16-6 Navy Directory.
P16-7 List of officers of Navy and Marine Corps residing in District of Columbia(social list).
P16-8 War Slate.

P17 RANK, PRECEDENCE, AND PROMOTION.
 
P17-1 Rank and precedence.
Additional numbers.
Authority to act for an individual in his absence.
Brevet rank.
Chain of command.
Changes in designation (personnel).
Command.

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P17 RANK, PRECEDENCE, AND PROMOTION-Continued.
 
P17-1 Bank and precedence-Continued.
Command, exercise of, by staff officers.
Command, precedence of Army and Navy officers.
Command, succession to.
Conflict of authority.
Constructive service.
Contemporaries.
Controversy as to precedence.
Exercise of authority.
Graduation list.
Intermediate rank.
Joint command of combined forces.
Lineal rank.
Line titles.
Precedence.
Precedence between Regulars and Reserves.
Precedence of command, Army and Navy officers.
Rank.
Relative rank.
Running mates.
Status of rank, rating precedence.
Succession to command.
Title (individual).
P17-2 Promotion and demotion.
Classification of personnel.
Demotion. (See P13-2.)
Disqualification for promotion.
Disrating. (See P13-2.)
Employees, rerating of.
Examinations for promotion.
Exemption from examination for promotion.
Failure, morally, on professional examination.
Grading and regrading.
Influence, use of, in obtaining promotion.
Loss of numbers. (See P13-2.)
Promotion of employees.
Promotion, suspension from.
Qualification for promotion.
Rating.
Ratings, reduction in. (See P13-2.)
Reclassification.
Reclassification of employees.
Reduction of employees.
Reduction in rank. (See P13-2.)
Rerating employees.
Selection for promotion.
Testimonials used in obtaining promotions.
P17-3 Official registers.
Army.
Federal.
Naval Reserve.
Navy.
Official Registers of United States (Bluebook).

P18 ATTENDANCE AND ABSENCE.
 
P18-1 Leave, liberty, and absence.
Absence due to accident or injury.
Absence due to misconduct. (See P13-2.)

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P18 ATTENDANCE AND ABSENCE-Continued.
 
P18-1 Leave, Liberty, and absence-Continued.
Absence for national guards.
Absence for police duty.
Absence, not in line of duty.
Absence for voting.
Absence for witness duty.
Absence from duty, authority for.
Absence from quarters.
Absence without leave or permission. (See P13-1.)
Absentees.
Accrued leave.
Computation of leave.
Cumulative leave.
Furlough.
Hunting leave.
Jury duty.
Leave.
Leave, authority to grant.
Leave for special occasions, celebrations, etc.
Leave of absence.
Leave, reports of.
Leave without pay.
Military leave.
Permission to leave the United States.
Reports of leave.
Retroactive leave.
Sick leave.
Vacation.
P18-2 Hours of Labor.
Early closing.
Eight-hour law.
Holiday and Sunday work.
Holidays and holiday greetings.
Hours of work.
Legal holidays.
Lunch periods.
Overtime.
Overtime, Sundays and holidays.
Religious holidays.
Report of overtime.
Special holidays.
Sundays.
Sundays and holidays overtime.
Tardiness.
Time checking.
Time recording system.
Time sheets and records.
Use of time clocks.

P19 SEPARATION (PERSONNEL).
 
P19-1 Discharge.
Bad conduct.
Because of being physically unfit.
Blanks, honorable discharge.
Cancellation of enlistment.
Certificate in lieu of lost discharge.
Certificate of discharge.

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P19 SEPARATION (PERSONNEL)-Continued.
 
P19-1 Discharge-Continued.
Certificate of discharge, correction of.
Character of.
Date and place of.
Deserters.
Dishonorable.
Dismissal.
At expiration of term of enlistment.
By favor.
Final marks for.
By medical survey.
By purchase.
By reduction in force.
By secretary's order.
Expiration of enlistment.
For convenience of government.
For disability.
For fraudulent enlistment.
For good of the service.
For inaptitude.
For incompetence.
For minority.
For own convenience.
For sentence by civil court.
Holding beyond expiration of enlistment.
Honorable.
Of illiterates.
Of rejected recruits.
On account of dependent relative.
Report of discharges.
Requests for.
Undesirable.
Without honor.
Without prejudice.
P19-2 Retirement.
Age in grade retirement.
Compulsory retirement.
Computing retirement.
Voluntary retirement.
Transfers to Fleet Reserve.
P19-3 Resignations.
P19-4 Demobilization.
Muster out.
Reduction of force, the acts of. (See P16-1.)
Release from active duty, Naval Reserve Force.
P19-5 Disappearance.
P19-6 Separations for other causes.
Annulment of contract (personnel).
Dropped from the service.
Eliminations (personnel).
Killed in action. (See P6-1 Casualties in action.)
Termination of appointments.
Transfer of civilian employees.
Transfer civilian employees requested from other
departments.
Transfer to other military activities.

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P20 PERFORMANCE.
 
P20-1 Manner of performance.
Ability.
Deficiency.
Efficiency.
Honest and faithful performance of duty.
Inaptitude. (For Discharge, see P19-1.)
Industrious.
Inefficiency.
Loafing.
Performance of duty.
Probation after poor performance.
Productiveness.
Proficiency.
Unsuitability.
Worth and worthiness.
P20-2 Personnel records.
Certificate of service.
Class standing.
Continuous service certificate.
Efficiency reports.
Fitness reports.
Flight records.
Gunnery records (enlisted men).
Personal record.
Quarterly marks.
Records of past service.
Records of service.
Records of service (quarterly marts, etc.)
Reports of fitness.
Service records.
Torpedo records (enlisted men).
War service certificates.
For heroic or distinguished acts, see P15, Commendations, etc.

P21 MORALE.
 
P21-1 Welfare and welfare work.
The term "morale" covers such activities as "domestic relations," "social relations," "amusement and recreation," "education," "religion," etc. These activities have been classified in this manual separately. It is often necessary, however, to treat all those collectively. For that reason the title "Morale" has been included and given a standard file number.

S

SHIPS MATERIAL GROUP.

S1 Design of vessel.
S2 Expense, administrative.
S3 Inspection and planning.
S4 Preparation (incident to building or in connection with overhaul period of vessels). Assist ship's force.
S5 Molds.
S6 Launching.
S7 Docking.
S8 Trials.
S9 Blank.
S10 Work incidental to other bureaus.
S11 Hull, structural.
S12 Hull fittings.
S13 Armor protection.
S14 Deck coverings.
S15 Gasoline stowage and equipment.
S16 Access.
S17 Towers, masts, spars, cranes, and derricks.
S18 Rigging and canvas.
S19 Preservative coatings.
S20 Winches and capstans.
S21 Hydraulic power.
S22 Steering and diving.
S23 Auxiliary machinery.
S24 Ship control.
S25 Towing.
S26 Mooring.
S27 Cargo handling.
S28 Designating.
S29 Weight, stability, and integrity (seaworthiness).
S30 Storerooms and miscellaneous stowage.
S31 Spare parts.
S32 Office and office equipment.
S33 Living and berthing.
S34 Messing.
S35 Laundry.
S36 Sanitation.
S37 Medical.
S38 Ventilation and heating.
S39 Insulation and lagging.
S40 Machinery plant.
S41 Main propelling.
S42 Reduction gear (main propelling machinery).
S43 Shafting and bearings.
S44 Propellers.
S45 Lubrication.
S46 Condensers.
S47 Pumps.
S48 Piping.
S49 Compressed-air plant.
S50 Auxiliary turbines.
S51 Boilers.
S52 Uptakes and smoke pipes.
S53 Blowers (forced and induced draft).
S54 Ash and coal handling and stowage.
S55 Fuel-oil equipment and stowage.
S56 Boiler feed-water equipment.
S57 (Blank).
[Diesel Oil Stowage and Equipment]
S58 Distilling plant.
S59 Refrigerating plant.

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S60 Electric plant.
S61 Electric power generators (other than electric drive).
S62 Electric power distribution.
S63 Electric power application.
S64 Lighting.
S65 Interior-communication apparatus.
S66 Searchlights.
S67 Radio apparatus.
S68 Sound-signaling apparatus (underwater).
S69 Electrical instruments (except fire control and those used as a part of interior-communication system).
S70 Sight-signaling apparatus (intership).
S71 Fire control.
S72 Turrets.
S73 Broadside guns.
S74 Antiaircraft guns.
S75 Torpedoes.
S76 Mines and depth charges.
S77 Gas and smoke warfare apparatus.
S78 Ammunition.
S79 Field and machine guns-small arms and equipment.
S80 Gun batteries.
S81 Mine, torpedo, bomb, and splinter protection (other than structural).
S82 Boats.
S83 Airplane handling and stowage on ships.
S84 Balloon handling and stowage on ships.
S85 Photography.
S86 Instruction and practice apparatus.
S87 Instruments not covered in other groups.
S88 Damage control.
S89 (Blank).
S90 (Blank).
S91 Workshops and stationary equipment on ships.
S92 Tools and equipment, portable (not allocated under other heads).
S93 Fire fighting (ship).
S94 Salvage.


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S1 DESIGN OF VESSEL.
 
S1-1 Preparation of design, etc.
Chief characteristics.
Design.
Plans (drawings), preliminary.
Specifications (new vessels), preparation of.
Wave formation (general).
S1-2 Ship models.
Ship models, test of, in model basin.
Ship models, test of, in wind tunnel.
S1-3 Plans, general.(Plans for any particular part of the ship or apparatus will be treated as belonging therewith.)
S1-4 Specifications, general.
S1-5 Specifications, detail.
S1-6 Changes from design of ships building.
S1-7 General information booklets and record of electrical appliances.

S2 EXPENSE, ADMINISTRATIVE.
 
Allocable directly to the building, conversion, alteration, or repair of a single ship.

S3 INSPECTIONS AND PLANNING
 
S3-1 Inspections.
Material inspections.
Material readiness for war.
Military (fleet or district commander).
On change of commanding officer.
On change of division heads.
Quarterly.
Reports of Board of Inspection and Survey.
Reports of statutory surveys.
Reports of yard board of estimates up to forwarding final action to yards by bureau concerned.
S3-2 Estimates and drafting (planning).
Drafting not chargeable to a specific job order.
Estimates for job orders.
Estimates not chargeable to a specific job order.

S4 PREPARATION (INCIDENT TO BUILDING OR IN CONNECTION WITH OVERHAUL PERIOD OF VESSELS). ASSIST SHIP'S FORCE.
 
Berthing.
Cribbing.
Scaffolding.
Staging.
Service charges in connection with work (air, light, electricity, water, etc.).

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S5 MOLDS.
 
Dies and Jigs. (Obsolete, see S92).
Laying down in mold loft.
Lines and offsets.
Body plan.
Faired lines.
Half-breadth plan and sheer plan.
Mold-loft dimensions.
Molded offsets.
Molds and templates.
Patterns.
Special forms.
Bon Jean curves.
Models for laying of plating.
Patterns and templates for temporary use for repair or alteration jobs on hull and framing to be charged on specific job order under proper group number.

S6 LAUNCHING.
 
S6-1 Preparation of ways.
S6-2 Launching.
Ceremonies.
Christening.
Draft and data.
Poppets.
Report of.
Sponsors.
Weights.

S7 DOCKING.
 
Docking for Navy (including routine docking work).
Docking for other than Navy. (See L11, 5, 6, 7, and 8.)
Hauling out.
Underwater bottoms, inspection of.

S8 TRIALS.
 
S8-1 Builders' Trials.
S8-2 Preliminary acceptance trials.
Backing.
Endurance.
Full-power.
Gun-firing tests (may also occur during final trial).
Progressive.
Speed.
Standardization.
Submergence.
Turning.
Work, uncompleted and unsatisfactory, statement of, at time of trial.
S8-3 Commissioning trials.
S8-4 Final acceptance trials.
Work chargeable to contractor. Gun-firing tests (may also occur during preliminary trial).
S8-5 Post repair trials.
S8-6 Laying-up trials.
S8-7 Dock trials (when not in connection with another trial).
S8-8 Tactical data.

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S9 (Blank.)
 

S10 WORK INCIDENTAL TO OTHER BUREAUS.
 

S11 HULL, STRUCTURAL.
 
S11-1 Plating (outside) and planking (outside).
Backing plates (side armor).
Bottom and side plating.
Built-in tanks when formed by shell plating.
Bulwarks.
Calking of outside plating.
Doubling plates for outside plating.
Fairwaters, shell plating.
Fairing plates.
Freeing ports, outside plating.
Inner shells, submarines.
Outside plating.
Planking on outside plating.
Shell expansion.
Shell plating.
Sheathing outside plating.
Stiffening pads.
Superstructure.
S11-2 Plating, inner bottom.
Bilge wells.
Built-in tanks when formed by inner bottom.
Double-bottom compartments (other than reserve
feed).
Inner and double bottom compartments.
Pockets in inner bottom.
Tank tops, in general.
S11-3 Framing, transverse.
Floors.
Frames, belt.
Frames, bracket.
Frames, cant.
Frames, reverse.
Frames, transverse.
Frames, transom.
Frames, web.
Framing, bow.
Framing, stem.
Lower skeg.
S11-4 Framing, longitudinal.
Armor shelf.
Duct keels.
Fenders, side, fixed.
Flat keel.
Hooks, breast.
Hooks, stern.
Keels, bar.
Keels, bilge.
Keels, docking.
Keels, vertical.
Keelson, center line.
Keelson, side.
Longitudinals.
Rubbing strakes.
Stringers.

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S11 HULL, STRUCTURAL-Continued.
 
S11-5 Bulkheads.
Airtight, structural.
Brackets.
Cofferdam.
Corrugated.
Longitudinal.
Metal joiner.
Non-water-tight, structural.
Oiltight.
Pilaster.
Screens, wire mesh and expanded metal (including doors).
Splinter.
Stiffeners.
Swash.
Torpedo defense.
Transverse.
Water-tight.
Wing partitions.
Wood joiner.
Casings, protection and flame proof.
Plates, swash.
Tunnel, shaft.
S11-6 Decks, platforms, flats, and holds.
Battery deck.
Beams, deck.
Breakwaters.
Carlings.
Coamings, deck.
Deck camber or crown.
Deck, forecastle.
Deck, hangar.
Deck, poop.
Flats.
Flying deck.
Girders, deck.
Limber holes.
Platforms, structural.
Plating, deck.
Stringer angles, deck.
Stringer plates, deck.
Waterways.
S11-7 Special partitions, inclosures, and trunks, as listed.
Cofferdams.
Deckhouse structures.
Hatch casing or trunk, machinery.
Hatch casing or trunk, uptake, boiler, and fireroom.
Pipe and wiring passages.
Pipe tunnels and trunks.
Trunk, access.
Trunk, dynamo room.
Trunk, evaporator room.
Trunk, fireroom.
Trunk, torpedo room.
S11-8 Structural castings and forgings.
Bow cap.
Counter castings.
Fairwater castings.

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S11 HULL, STRUCTURAL-Continued.
 
S11-8 Structural castings and forgings-Continued.
Propeller strut casting.
Rudder-post casting and stern casting.
Rudder-post forging and stern forging.
Stem forging.
Stem casting.
S11-9 Structural pillars and stanchions.
Deck stanchions and pillars.
Pillars.
Stanchions, beam.
Stanchions, hull.
S11-10 Structural blisters and bulges.
S11-11 Midship sections and transverse sections.
S11-12 Foundations for auxiliaries under construction and repair.
S11-13 Foundations, machinery (engineering).
S11-14 Foundations, guns, turrets, and armor (ordnance).
S11-15 Foundations, torpedo.
S11-16 Structural work above communication platform, bridges, bridge decks, etc.

S12 HULL FITTINGS.
 
S12-1 Mooring and towing fittings.
Bitts and foundations.
Bull nose.
Chain pipes and bucklers.
Chocks and foundations.
Cleats and foundations.
Hawse pipe and bucklers.
Hawse pipe covers.
Staples, mooring.
Towing shackle, bow (submarines).
Tumbling block.
S12-2 Rail and awning stanchions and life rails.
Canopy frames.
Fittings, rail, ridge, and awning stanchions.
Guard rail and irons
Jack rod and eyes, awning.
Lines, life.
Nettings, side, for life line.
Rails, pin.
Sockets, rail, ridge, and awning stanchion.
Spreaders and ridge bars, awning.
Stanchions and rail, life.
Stanchions, awning.
Stanchions, ridge.
S12-3 Light openings.
Airport scoops.
Airport scoops, light excluding (combined).
Airports.
Deadlight covers.
Deadlights.
Deck lights.
Fixed lights.
Skylights.
Ventilating deadlights (light excluders).
Windows.

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S12 HULL FITTINGS-Continued.
 
S12-4 Hardware (parts of hull).
Bolts, deck.
Bolts, eye, ring, and pad eyes.
Bolts, Lewis, Baxter, deck socket.
Locks and keys and tags (not otherwise covered).
Miscellaneous hardware (parts of hull).
Rivets.
Screws las.
S12-5 Special hull fittings (as listed).
Beam clamp.
Boat guards.
Casing around pipes (removable).
Davits and fittings (hatch, side ladder, portable).
Diving plane guard (submarine).
Fairleads, not listed.
Jack rods and jack-rod eyes (other than awning).
Life buoys and life-buoy stowage.
Lifting eye at stern (on submarines).
Luting pads (on submarines).
Lifting shackle (on submarines).
Lugs, lifting (on submarines).
Ornaments, bow and stern.
Outriggers.
Palisades.
Propeller guards.
Protectors, hull (zinc and steel).
Rods, grab.
Sea steps.
Sea steps and davit steps.
Strips, chafing, for boat falls.
Water sheds, other than turret.
S12-6 Outboard fittings and outboard profile (general).

S13 ARMOR PROTECTION.
 
S13-1 Armor, general.
Chill.
Defective armor, spalls.
Homogeneous.
Light.
Neuman bands.
Noncemented.
S13-2 Armor, side.
Belt.
Casemate (upper, lower, and gunport).
Penetration of.
Reentrant port.
Sloping (unless connected with some other type of armor).
Sponson.
S13-3 Armor, athwartship.
Bulkhead.
Diagonal.
Triangular.
S13-4 Armor, turret and barbette.
Plates, back.
Plates, face.
Plates, port.

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S13 ARMOR PROTECTION-Continued.
 
S13-4 Armor, turret and barbette-Continued.
Plates, side.
Plates, top.
Range-finder hook.
Sight holes.
Sight hoods and covers.
S13-5 Armor, conning-tower and fire-control (including conning tower tubes).
Armor, fire-control station.
Covers and shutters for peep and sight holes.
Peep holes (conning-tower armor).
Sight holes (conning-tower armor).
Tubes, armored.
S13-6 Armor, deck (nonstructural).
Deck plates (armor).
S13-7 Armor, uptake and ventilation and armored trunks.

S14 DECK COVERINGS.
 
S14-1 Wood.
Deck planking.
Dumping boards.
Tank top covering in cargo holds.
Wood gratings.
Wood shutters.
S14-2 Composition and proprietary.
Asphaltum.
Cement.
Mastic.
Plastic.
Sand.
Tiling.
S14-3 Linoleum, etc.
Canvas.
Linoleum.
Matting.
S14-4 Deck treads.
Treads, nonslipping and safety.
Chafing plates, deck.
S14-5 Metal covering.

S15 GASOLINE STOWAGE AND EQUIPMENT.
 
Tanks.
Gauges.
Drums.
Gasoline compartments.
Hose.
Filters and separators.
Strainers.
Meters.

S16 ACCESS.
 
S16-1 Compartment and access plan and general access correspondence.
S16-2 Water-tight doors, hatches, manholes, and scuttles.
Hatch, battle cover (metal).
Plates, portable (water-tight).
Ports, cargo.

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S16 ACCESS-Continued.
 
S16-3 Non-water-tight doors, hatches, manholes, and scuttles.
Doors, air-tight.
Doors, joiner.
Doors, splinter or protective.
Plates, portable, non-water-tight.
S16-4 Ladders, landing gratings, and hatch gratings.
Gangway, ship's.
Grating supports.
Gratings, machinery spaces.
Ladders, davit.
Ladders, Jacob.
Ladder, treads.
Rails, grab.
Rails, Band.
Ropes, man (ladder).
Rounds, ladder.
Screens, ladder.
Stairways.
Walking flats.
S16-5 Elevators.
Dumb-waiters.
Safety devices (elevator).
S16-6 Special access (as listed hereunder):
Airlocks.
Escape lock.
Floor plate.
Floor-plate supports.
Foot rails (turret and smokestack).
Operating gear, fittings, and gaskets for armor doors and hatches (the armor doors and hatches themselves are carried under S13).
Platforms, working.
Stages, cleaning and painting.
S16-7 Operating gear, fittings, and gaskets (general correspondence; see note).
Operating gear, fittings, and gaskets for doors, hatches, etc., go with the door or hatch to which they belong, except those for the armor doors and hatches, which will be carried under S16-6 (the armor doors, etc., themselves are in S13 Armor protection). Doors (wire-mesh and expanded-metal) are included in S11-5 with wire-mesh and expanded-metal bulkheads. Ammunition-passing scuttles are included in S78, Ammunition handling, etc. Boiler manholes are under Sol, Boilers. Turret doors and hatches are under S72-1.

S17 TOWERS, CRANES, DERRICKS, MASTS, AND SPARS.
 
S17-1 Towers, cranes, and derricks.
Booms, boat and fittings.
Booms, cargo and fittings.
Booms, coaling and fittings.
Booms, derrick and fittings.
Booms, propeller and fittings.
Booms, sound and fittings.
Coaling towers.
Cranes and gear complete, airplane (for handling over the side).

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S17 TOWERS, CRANES, DERRICKS, ETC.-Continued.
 
S17-1 Towers, cranes, and derricks-Continued.
Cranes and gear complete, boat.
Derricks and fittings.
Gin pole.
King posts.
Lifting gear for taking patients on board ship.
Lifting gear for submarines.
Shear legs.
S17-2 Masts and spars.
Bowsprits.
Flagstaff's, sockets, and fittings.
Gaffs.
Jib booms.
Mast head heights.
Masts, cage, and fittings.
Masts, hinged, and fittings.
Masts, tripod.
Masts, metal, wood, and fittings.
Masts, mooring, and fittings.
Masts, telescopic and fittings.
Yards.
Anchor cranes are under S26-5, Mooring. Hatch cranes are under S27, Cargo handling. Torpedo cranes are under S75-3, Torpedo handling.

S18 RIGGING AND CANVAS.
 
S18-1 Rigging.
Blocks and falls (except boat).
Boatswain's chair.
Fenders, rope, cane, wood, cork (portable).
Gratings, rope.
Halyards.
Insulators. (See S67 for Insulators radio antenna.)
Lightning conductors.
Lines, clearing.
Lines, clothes.
Lockers, boatswain.
Nets, life (other than side nettings for life lines).
Ratline rods.
Rigging, running (wire, hemp, and manila), including blocks, thimbles, and other fittings.
Rigging, standing (wire, hemp, and manila), including thimble and other fittings.
Rope (wire, hemp, manila) for falls and other tackle throughout the ship.
Ropes, dip (collision mats).
Shrouds.
S18-2 Canvas.
Awnings.
Bags.
Bloomers, canvas, gun.
Bunk bottoms.
Chutes, ash and coal.
Covers (gun).
Covers (other than gun).
Curtains, gun-port.
Curtains, side.

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S18 RIGGING AND CANVAS-Continued.
 
S18-2 Canvas-Continued.
Hoods.
Mats, collision.
Mats, punch.
Sails.
Tarpaulins.
Weather, cloths.
Wind sail.

S19 PRESERVATIVE COATINGS.
 
S19-1 Painting.
Bituminous and similar solutions, enamels, and cement.
Cement and cork.
Cement filling (for watercourses, etc.)
Cement wash.
Painting, cork.
Painting, joiner work, furniture, locker, etc.
Painting, machinery and hull fittings, and ordnance outfit.
Painting, outside except that below load water line when in connection with docking.
Painting, structural, inside.
S19-2 Galvanizing.
S19-3 Plating.
Nickel, silver, copper, tin, etc.
S19-4 Preparation processes.
Pickling, cleaning, etc.
S19-5 Special processes.
Oxidizing and other.
S19-6 Temporary preservative coatings.
Fuel-oil coatings, etc.
Tallow, linseed oil, proprietary compound.
Zinc dust.
S19-7 Camouflage.
Design. etc.
S19-8 Oil and water stop compound.

S20 WINCHES AND CAPSTANS.
 
Winches, if used with cranes, will be known as "Boat or plane handling machinery" and be filed with the cranes. Periscope winches will be filed with the periscope.

S21 HYDRAULIC SPEED GEARS.
 
General correspondence only will be taken care of under this group. When in connection with any specific apparatus or system the hydraulic power will be considered as belonging therewith.

S22 STEERING AND DIVING.
 
Automatic steering-gear control (gyro-pilots).
Brake, steering-gear.
Diving rudder, gear, and spare parts.
Hydraulic cylinders and rams (for operating rudders).
Hydraulic speed gear for rudder control.

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S22 STEERING AND DRIVING-Continued.
 
Hydroplane (rudder).
Leads, steering.
Magnetic clutch, steering and diving (submarine).
Motors and motor control for rudder control.
Piping and valves.
Pumps.
Ram.
Ropes, transmission and steering.
Rudder.
Rudder bearings.
Rudder crosshead, yoke or quadrant.
Rudder filling.
Rudder frame.
Rudder plating.
Rudder stock.
Screw steering gear.
Skeg.
Stands, steering.
Steering engines and spare parts.
Steering gear, hand.
Steering gear and spare parts.
Steering machinery compartments.
Steering wheel and control stand.
Stops, automatic and adjustable, on ship-control gear.
Telemotors (steering gear).
Tiller.
Tiller room.
Tiller ropes.
Transmission shafting for steering gear.

S23 AUXILIARY MACHINERY.
 
General correspondence only will be treated under this group (when auxiliary machinery is treated as a whole).

S24 SHIP CONTROL.
 
S24-1 Conning tower (except armor).
Fairwaters, conning tower.
Foundations, conning tower.
S24-2 Lookout stations (crow's nest, etc.).
S24-3 Chart and pilot house.
S24-4 Secondary control or battle station.
S24-5 Control rooms on submarines.
Maneuvering room.
S24-6 Bridges.
Bridge canopy.
Bridge freeing ports.
Bridge screen.
Chart-house bridge or platform.
Conning bridge or platform.
Emergency bridge or platform.
Flying bridge.
Navigating bridge or platform.
Piloting bridge or platform.

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S24 SHIP CONTROL-Continued.
 
S24-6 Bridges-Continued.
Signal bridge or platform.
Walkway, conning tower.
Windshield (bridge fitting).
S24-7 Navigational instruments.
Alidades.
Anemometers, masthead.
Artificial horizon.
Azimuth circles (except on periscopes).
Azimuth instrument.
Barometers (meteorological).
Binnacles, complete and metal covers.
Binoculars and spyglasses (navigational).
Chronometers.
Chronometer boxes and transporting cases.
Clinometers (heeling indicator).
Clocks and watches.
Compass, gyro, master.
Compass, magnetic.
Course recorder.
Dead reckoning tracer equipment.
Depth gages.
Dip circle.
Drawing boards and instruments.
Gyrocompass repeater.
Hygrometer.
Instruments, magnetic.
Latitude and longitude indicator.
Leads and lead lines.
Logs, patent, taffrail, and electric.
Manometers, aneroid.
Peloroses and stand.
Planimeters.
Pneumercators and boards (draft),
Protractors.
Psychrometer and case.
Reading glass, captain's.
Rulers, parallel.
Sextants, navigating.
Sounding machine and apparatus.
Sounding machine, electric.
Stadimeters.
Tapes, steel.
Telescopes, ship's and stand.
Thermometers (meteorological).
Torpedo-boat watches and transporting cases.
Triple chronometer box.
Watches, stop.
S24-8 Navigational, foundations, and fittings.
Bells, ship's, watch and fog and hangers for.
Chart boards fixed and portable.
Fog horn (portable and mechanical).
Lockers, chart.
Megaphones.
Platforms, leadsman and sounding.
Tables, chart.

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S24 SHIP CONTROL-Continued.
 
S24-9 Periscope (navigational).
Antiscopes.
Azimuth circles (periscope, navigational).
Course detector periscope.
Dry air motor and pump.
Dry air motor (periscope, navigational).
Dry air motor circulating machine (periscope, navigational).
Fairwaters (periscope, navigational).
Stadimeter attachment for periscopes.
Turning and housing gear (periscope, navigational).
Turning and housing gear and hoisting winch.
S24-10 Surveying instruments and outfits.
S24-11 Airplane control station (flight deck control station).
Aviation observation station.
S24-12 Towing spars.

S25 TOWING AND APPLIANCES.
 
Bridles.
Foundations and stiffeners for towing engines and gear.
Hawser, towing (wire and manila rope).
Towing engine, motors and spare parts.
For gear and fittings not included, see S12, Hull fittings; S18, Rigging; S48, Piping.

S26 MOORINGS AND APPLIANCES.
 
S26-1 Machinery (mooring).
Anchor engine.
Gypsy, electric (windlass).
Gypsy, head, gypsies (windlass).
Hydraulic speed gear, mooring machinery.
Motors and motor control (mooring machinery).
Wildcats.
Windlass.
S26-2 Anchors.
S26-3 Chains.
Anchor cables.
Anchor chain.
Shackles and swivels.
Shackling tools.
S26-4 Ropes, lines, and reels.
Dip rope (used in handling anchors).
Hawser reels, mooring.
Heaving lines.
Mooring and warping lines, wire and manila.
Pendants, clear hawse.
S26-5 Foundations, accessories, and stowage (mooring).
Anchor bars and stowage.
Anchor beds.
Anchor buoys.
Anchor cable cutter.
Anchor davits and cranes and gear complete.
Billboards, anchor.
Chain controllers.
Chain stoppers.
Chain tierer.
Clear hawse davits.

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S26 MOORINGS AND APPLIANCES-Continued.
 
S26-5 Foundations, accessories, and stowage-Continued.
Compressors, chain.
Grapnels.
Hooks, buoy grapnel (mooring).
Hooks, pelican (mooring).
Housing stoppers.
Mooring tools.
Tripping gear.
Chain lockers.
S26-6 Windlass room.
For wiring, see S62, Electric power distribution. For gear and fittings, not included in above, see S12, Hull fittings; S18, Rigging; and S48, Piping.

S27 CARGO HANDLING AND APPLIANCES.
 
Buckets, clamshell.
Cargo hatch davit and crane and gear complete.
Cargo mats.
Nets, cargo.
For gear and fittings, not included in above, see S12, Hull fittings; S17, Towers, masts, cranes, and derricks; S18, Rigging; S-t8, Piping. For wiring, see S62, Electric power distribution.

S28 DESIGNATING.
 
S28-1 Designation.
Change in type or class of ship (conversion).
Class of ship.
Type of ship.
S28-2 Nomenclature.
Name or number of ship, assignment, and change of.
S28-3 Labeling (marking).
Marking for circuits (paintings and tagging).
Marking of piping, air ducts, etc. (color scheme, labels, tags).
Tagging.
S28-4 Distinguishing marks.
Distinguishing plates.
Masthead shapes.
Ship's name, distinguishing numerals (on ship).
Ship's name, identification, figures and letters.
Smoke pipe figures, paint bands, etc.
S28-5 Historical data plates.
War-service plates on free-lease vessels.
S28-6 Draft marks and gauges.
Bench marks (on ship).
Dead flat mark (on ship).
Plimsoll marks.
Internal draft gauges.
Load-line marks.

S29 WEIGHT, STABILITY, AND INTEGRITY (SEAWORTHINESS).
 
S29-1 Weight, displacement, and stability.
Ballast.
Buoyancy compartment.
Calibration or capacity of tanks and bunkers.
Auxiliary.

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S29 WEIGHT, STABILITY, AND INTEGRITY-Continued.
 
S29-1 Weight, displacement, and stability-Continued.
Ballast.
Bunkers.
Buoyancy.
Compensating (WRT and WRM).
Equilibrium or adjusting.
Oil and -water separating tank.
Oil tank.
Peak.
Regulating.
Safety.
Trimming.
Compensation curve.
Damage control. (See S88).
Draft diagram.
Load condition.
Metacentric height.
Ullage table.
Weights, estimated.
Weights, returned finished.
S29-2 Draft and trim.
Freeboard.
Immersion.
Waterline.
S29-3 Inclining experiment.
Booklet of.
Telescopic clinometer.
S29-4 Stabilizing devices and gear.
Antirolling tanks.
Foundations for.
Gyro stabilizers.
Stabilizers, motors, and motor control.
S29-5 Rolling and pitching.
Roll and pitch recorder.
S29-6 Workmanship (general correspondence only).
Brazing.
Flanging.
Stapling.
Welding.
S29-7 Strength of hull.
Strength calculations and curves.
S29-8 Tightness, water, oil, air, and gas.
Tests of compartments and structure for. (Includes piping and valves.)
S29-9 Hogging and sagging.
S29-10 Riveting and bolting(general correspondence only).

S29-11 Tonnage.
 
Certificate.
Certificate of admeasurement.
Data.
Gross.
Net.

S30 STOREROOMS AND MISCELLANEOUS STOWAGE
 
S30-1 Storerooms and store-issuing rooms.
Animal pens.
Band room.

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S30 STOREROOMS AND MISCELLANEOUS STOWAGE-Con.
 
S30-1 Storerooms and store-issuing rooms-Continued.
Canteen.
General cargo spaces.
Lamp room.
Lucky bags.
Paint, paint-mixing and oil rooms.
Radio.
Receiving room.
Ship service room.
Survey rooms.
S30-2 Gasoline stowage.(Obsolete, see S15, "Gasoline stowage and equipment".)
S30-3 Special storage or stowage arrangements.
Chests, deck.
Containers.
Deck stores stowage.
Drums.
Miscellaneous inflammable articles.
Oar racks.
Provisions.
Vegetables.
S30-4 Kerosene (bulk stowage).
S30-5 Alcohol (bulk stowage).
Tool-issuing rooms are classed under S91, Workshops. General mess-issuing rooms are classed under S34, Messing. Cold-storage rooms are classed under S59, Refrigerating plant.

S31 SPARE PARTS.
 
S31-1 Engineering.
S31-2 Construction and repair.
S31-3 Ordnance.
S31-4 Navigation.
S31-5 Supplies and accounts.
S31-6 Medicine and surgery.

S32 OFFICE AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT.
 
S32-1 Fleet and administrative offices.
Admiral's.
Captain's.
Chaplain's.
Engineer officer's.
Executive's.
First Lieutenant's.
Gunnery officers'.
Medical officers'.
Navigators'.
Supply officer's.
S32-2 Post office.
S32-3 Printing office.
S32-4 Communication office.
S32-5 Deck office.
S32-6 Laboratories and testing rooms (powder, engineers, aerological, etc.).
S32-7 Band room.
S32-8 Special offices not classified above.

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S32 OFFICE AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT-Continued.
 
S32-9 Office equipment(general correspondence; see note).
Bookcases.
Bulletin boards.
Cabinets (filing, stationery, plan, safe, and card index).
Chairs, office.
Counter, stamp table.
Desks (flat-top, typewriter, and standing).
Drawers, shelves, racks, and hooks.
Keyboards and keyboxes.
Liberty boards.
Lockers (clothes, instrument, key, athletic gear).
Mail boxes and bags.
Printing machinery and outfit.
Pulpit, portable.
Safes and lockers (confidential, secret code, and secret intelligence.)
Ship's seal.
Slats (overhead) for plan stowage.
Sorting table for post office.
Stationery and office supplies.
Stools, office.
Typewriters, adding machines, multigraph, stencil cutting machines, and other labor-saving devices.
Uniform boards.

S33 LIVING AND BERTHING.
 
S33-1 General arrangement and joiner plans.
S33-2 Officers' quarters.
Cabins.
Dining cabins.
Mess room (officers').
Reception rooms.
Staterooms.
Wardrooms.
S33-3 Chief petty officer's quarters.
Mess rooms.
Staterooms.
S33-4 Crew's quarters(including petty officers' quarters).
Ladies' retiring room.
Reception and reading room.
S33-5 Utility spaces.
Prisons and detention cells (brig).
Shoe-repair shop.
Tailor shop.
S33-6 Living and berthing equipment(general correspondence; see note).
Bedsteads.
Benches, crew's rest and recreation.
Berths.
Bookcases (except office).
Cabinets, china.
Cabinets, silver.
Carpets.
Chairs (except office).
Clothes-hanger rods.

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S33 LIVING AND BERTHING-Continued.
 
S33-6 Living and berthing equipment-Continued.
Cots.
Covers, chair and cushion.
Covers for hammock mattresses and hammock pillows.
Curtains and curtain rods.
Ditty boxes.
Ditty-box racks.
Furniture, built-in (except office and medical).
Furniture, portable (except office and medical).
Hammock and hammock bags.
Hammock stowage.
Hand and leg irons.
Hooks, hammock.
Life preservers, belt, and jackets, including stowage.
Linen, bedding (except covers for hammock mattresses and hammock pillows).
Lockers, built-in (except office and medical).
Lookers (clothes, oil skins, etc.).
Lockers, portable.
Mats.
Mattresses.
Mirrors and toilet fixtures.
Mosquito net frame, cot.
Pillows (kapok, feather, and hair).
Racks, table-leaf.
Rails, bag.
Rugs.
Sewing machines.
Shoe-repairing outfits.
Sofas.
Table covers.
Toilet sets, stateroom ewer, washbowl, waste jar, ring and catches, lavatory boards.
Transom cushions (ship).
Transom pillow.
Wash basins.

S34 MESSING.
 
S34-1 Commissary spaces.
Bakery.
Bread room.
Butcher shop.
Food-service room.
Galley, kitchen, diet kitchen.
General mess-issue room.
General mess pantry.
Pantries.
Potato-peeler room.
Scullery.
S34-2 Commissary equipment (general correspondence; See note).
Bake oven, oil or coal burning and electric, and spares.
Baskets, dishwater.
Boilers, coffee.
Boxes, coal, galley.
Bread boxes.

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S34 MESSING-Continued.
 
S34-2 Commissary equipment-Continued.
Bread proofers, steam.
Buckets, drain, commissary.
Cooking utensils.
Dish-washing machines.
Dough-mixing machines.
Dough troughs.
Dressers and shelving, messing.
Fireless cookers.
Food trucks.
Galley range, oil or coal burning and electric, with spare parts for.
Glassware.
Ice-cream freezers.
Kettles, steam-jacketed.
Kitchen and cake machines.
Lockers, abandon ship.
Lockers, drawers, and hooks, commissary.
Lockers, vegetable.
Meat blocks and cutting tables.
Meat grinders.
Mess gear.
Mess tables and benches.
Mess tables and bench stowage.
Milk machines.
Napkins.
Oil tank and piping (galley).
Pipes, smoke (galley).
Pipes, vapor (galley).
Potato peelers.
Racks, pan and kettle.
Racks, plate, glass, and cup.
Refrigerators, electric.
Refrigerator (ice chest).
Refrigerators, ice cooled.
Rods, pipe (with portable hooks) messing.
Silver-cleaning outfit.
Silver service, ship.
Silverware, officers' mess.
Sinks, commissary.
Steam-jacketed kettles and coffee urns.
Steam tables.
Tablecloths.
Tableware.
Tools, galley.
Trays, condiment.
Tubs commissary.
Urns, coffee, steam-jacketed.
Warming closet.

S35 LAUNDRY.
 
Bosom press.
Collar shaper.
Disinfector, laundry.
Dry-cleaning outfit.
Drying cabinet, laundry.
Drying-room conveyors, laundry.

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S35 LAUNDRY-Continued.
 
Extractor (laundry).
Irons, laundry, hand or electric.
Ironers, combination.
Ironers (flat work, return apron type).
Ironing table.
Laundry machines, spare parts.
Soap tank.
Starch cooker or kettle.
Sterilizing outfit for clothes and bedding unless in medical spaces.
Tumbler dryer.
Universal laundry press.
Washer (laundry).
Washtubs.

S36 SANITATION.
 
S36-1 Toilet spaces (except medical).
Bathtubs.
Buckets, wash (toilet).
Crew's, or seamen's head.
Lavatories.
Lavatory space.
Showers.
Shower space.
Sinks (toilet).
Toilet accessories.
Urinal space.
Urinal troughs.
Washroom (toilet space).
Wash troughs (toilet).
Water-closet space.
Water closets (individual).
Water heaters, valves, and cocks (toilet spaces).
S36-2 Barber shop.
Barber chairs.
Barber-shop equipment (heaters, sterilizers, lavatories, mirrors, etc.)
Barber-shop shelf and cabinets.
S36-3 Scuttle butts and accessories.
Drinking fountain and drip pan.
Fresh water, potable, stowage.
Scuttle butt foundation.
Ship's tanks (potable water).
Water coolers.
S36-4 Garbage disposal.
Garbage bins.
Incinerators.
Slop chutes.
S36-5 Ship's cleaning equipment.
Brooms, sweeping.
Brushes, scrubbing.
Deck-cleaning gear, and lockers for.
Fumigation of vessel, etc. (disinfecting ship).
Hose, wash-deck.
Locker, sand.
Lockers, wash-deck.
Motors and motor control.

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S36 SANITATION-Continued.
 
S36-5 Ship's cleaning equipment-Continued.
Reels and racks, wash-deck hose.
Swab trough.
Vacuum cleaners (stationary).
Waxing machines, floor.
S36-6 Ratproofing(includes rat guards and traps).

S37 MEDICAL.
 
S37-1 Medical spaces.
Battle dressing station.
Contagious ward.
Dental laboratory.
Dental office.
Dispensary.
Doctor's office.
Emergency dressing station.
Examining room (medical).
Isolation ward.
Laboratories.
Operating room (surgical).
Sick bay.
Sick-bay bath.
Treatment room.
X-ray department.
S37-2 Medical equipment(general correspondence; see note).
Boxes (soiled linen, first-aid).
Cabinets (filing, instrument).
Cases, toilet, for sick bay.
Chart holders, clinical.
Containers, sterilized, dressing,
Counter, dispensary, with foundations, supports, and brackets.
Crutches.
Dental chairs.
Dental fountain.
Dental instruments.
Desks, chairs, etc.
Disinfecting.
Drawers (drugs and appurtenances).
Foundations, supports, brackets.
Heaters, water.
Holders, tumbler and spit-cup.
Hooks (for irrigators).
Incubators, bacteriological.
Instruments, surgical.
Lavatory, bathtubs, sinks.
Lockers (medicine, patient's clothes, Hospital Corps, instruments, instrument cases, food trays, linen, dishes for invalids with special diseases, vision sets, expeditionary boat cases, dressing, drugs and appurtenances, action dressing, cleaning gear).
Medicines and dressings.
Racks, glass and bottle (in sick bay).
Scales (doctor's).
Shelves.
Showers.

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S37 MEDICAL-Continued.
 
S37-2 Medical equipment-Continued.
Stands (surgical apparatus, dressing, incubator, microscopic, shelf, instrument container, treatment, and treatment outfit).
Sterilizers and sterilizing outfits (in medical spaces).
Stools, surgeon.
Stretchers.
Tables (dressing, drop-shelf, examination, built-in operating, glass-top).
Toilet accessories.
Transom (doctor's office).
Trays, food for invalids.
Trusses.
Water-closets.
X-ray machines and films (equipment for).

S38 VENTILATION AND HEATING.
 
S38-1 Ventilation systems, apparatus, and accessories.
Air flow meters.
Air louvres.
Air purifiers.
Anemometers.
Blowers.
Cowls, ventilating, cowl covers, and fittings.
Dampers, ventilating.
Dampers, ventilating, watertight shutters.
Deflectors, ventilator.
Ducts, ventilating with hangers.
Fans, desk, bracket and ceiling.
Gauges, ventilation test.
Goosenecks (ventilating).
Hoods, ventilator.
Hose, ventilating.
Humidifiers.
Hygrodeiks (ventilating).
Manometers, ventilating.
Operating gear for ventilators.
Oxygen systems.
Pitot tubes (ventilating testing).
Screens (guards), wire mesh for ventilators.
Screens, insect.
Shutters, ventilating.
Shutters, water-tight, ventilating.
Terminals, ventilating, fixed, and adjustable.
Testing apparatus, ventilation.
Trunks, ventilating (not a structural part of ship).
Valves, ventilating.
Ventilators and fittings, mushroom.
Ventilators and fittings, rain and spray tight.
Ventilating set (fan and motor).
Ventilating set (portable).
S38-2 Heating apparatus and accessories.
Heaters, electric (air), permanent.
Heaters, electric (air), portable.
Radiators (heating, steam).
Steam coils (heating).

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S38 VENTILATION AND HEATING-Continued.
 
S38-2 Heating apparatus and accessories-Continued.
Thermotank coils.
Thermotanks (heater boxes).
S38-3 Air-conditioning(except refrigeration apparatus).

S39 INSULATION AND LAGGING.
 
S39-1 Insulation and lagging, compartments, etc.(except machinery and piping).
Ceiling, cork back.
Ceiling, cork painted.
Cork, compressed.
Cork, insulation.
Fire felt.
Furring pieces.
Hair felt.
Sheathing, ceiling, or interior.
Sheathing, millboard.
Sheathing, steel.
Sheathing, wood (inside).
Soundproof lagging or insulation.
Zinc and lead sheathing (cold storage).
S39-2 Insulation and lagging, machinery and piping.
Lagging, boilers (except boiler casing proper).
Lagging, galley smokepipe.
Lagging, main and auxiliary machinery.
Lagging, steam and exhaust pipe.
Lagging, water piping.

S40 MACHINERY PLANT.
 
To be used for general correspondence on machinery plant as a whole.

S41 MAIN PROPELLING MACHINERY.
 
S41-1 Turbines (main propelling).
Baffles, oil.
Bearings.
Bedplates.
Blading.
Bleeder pipes and valves.
Blocks and collars, turbine adjusting.
Casing and steam chests.
Chests, steam.
Couplings.
Diaphragms.
Dummy pistons, cylinders and packing.
Gauge, clearance, for turbine blades.
Glands and packing (carbon and metallic).
Governors, turbine.
Packing (carbon metallic).
Rotors and blading.
Shafts, rotor.
Shrouding.
Spare parts.
Steam chests.
Thrust bearings.
Turbines, main.

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S41 MAIN PROPELLING MACHINERY-Continued.
 
S41-1 Turbines (main propelling)-Continued.
Turbines, cruising.
Valves, throttle and gear.
Valves, auxiliary exhaust and inlet.
Valves, relief, and drain cocks.
Valves, by-pass.
S41-2 Reciprocating engines, steam (main propelling).
Bearings, main.
Bedplates, including main bearings.
Brasses, crank and wrist pin.
Columns and tie-rods.
Control machinery and gear.
Crank shafts.
Crosshead guides and slippers.
Cylinders.
Drain cocks, etc.
Housing and splash plates.
Liners, cylinders, and valve chest.
Metallic packing.
Moving parts.
Packing, piston.
Packing, rod.
Pins, wrist.
Piston and piston rods.
Receiver and receiver piping.
Reversing engine and gear.
Rings, piston.
Spare parts.
Splash plates.
Steam-Jacketing system.
Valve chest.
Valve gear.
Valves, relief.
Valves, throttle and gear.
S41-3 Internal-combustion engines (motor boats).
Air-compressor cylinders.
Air intakes and headers.
Air starting apparatus (including flasks).
Air systems (including piping, valves, etc., attached to engine).
Battery ignition (fuel oil).
Battery ignition (gasoline).
Bearings.
Bedplates.
Carburetors and breathers.
Columns and tie-rods.
Connecting rods.
Control gear.
Cooling system (circulating water pumps, piping, valves, etc., attached to engine).
Crank-case ventilation.
Crank shafts.
Cylinder liners.
Cylinders, working, scavenger and air compressor.
Diesel engine.
Exhaust system (including piping and valves).
Flywheels and casings.

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S41 MAIN PROPELLING MACHINERY-Continued.
 
S41-3 Internal-combustion engines-Continued.
Fuel system (including pumps, piping, and valves
attached to engine).
Gas engines.
Gasoline engines.
Generators.
Governors.
Housing.
Ignition system.
Induction header.
Lubrication system (includes pump, piping, and valves attached to engine).
Magneto.
Motor, starting, and control gear.
Mufflers.
Oil engines.
Piston rods.
Pistons.
Reversing gear.
Semi-Diesel engines.
Shafting cam.
Spare parts.
Spark plugs.
Starting apparatus (including piping and valves)
S41-4 Turbo-electric drive (main propelling)
Boards, switch and control.
Booster units.
Collector and collector leads.
Control gear.
Exciter units.
Fittings.
Generators, main and cruising.
Insulators.
Main terminal board.
Motors, main.
Motors for ventilating apparatus and control gear.
Rheostat.
Spare parts.
Spider.
Turbines complete.
Ventilating coolers.
Ventilating sets and electric heaters.
Wiring, main.
S41-5 Internal combustion engines, Diesel type, main propelling, electric drive and generator (submarine).
Air-compressors cylinders.
Air intakes and headers.
Air starting apparatus (including flasks, piping valves, etc., attached to engine).
Bearings.
Bedplates.
Columns and tie rods.
Connection rods.
Control gear.
Cooling system (including circulating pumps, piping, and valves attached to engine).
Crank-case ventilation,
Crank shafts.

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S41 MAIN PROPELLING MACHINERY-Continued.
 
S41-5 Internal combustion engines, Diesel type, etc.-Con.
Crossheads.
Cylinder liners.
Cylinders working, scavenger and air compressor.
Exhaust system (including piping and valves attached to engine).
Flywheels and casings.
Fuel system (including pumps, piping, and valves attached to engine).
Gear, indicator drive.
Gear, tachometer drive.
Governor.
Housing.
Induction header.
Injection system.
Lubrication system (including pumps, piping, and valves attached to engine).
Piston rods.
Pistons.
Reversing gear.
Bods.
Shafting, cam.
Spare parts.
Starting apparatus.
Torsional vibration valve gear.
Valve gear.
Valves, engine, inlet, and exhaust.
S41-6 Accessories and spaces (main propelling machinery).
Bolts, holding-down.
Brackets and stiffeners.
Clutches and shifting gear.
Couplings.
Engine rooms.
Foundations.
Gear, turning, power and hand.
Lifting and handling gear.
Main control room.
Motor rooms (electric drive).
Operating room.
Tracks and trolleys.

S42 REDUCTION GEAR (MAIN PROPELLING MACHINERY).
 
Bearings.
Bolts, holding-down.
Couplings, flexible.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Gear wheels and pinions.
Housing, frames, and casing.
Reduction gear, cruising turbines.
Reduction gear, main turbines.
Spare parts.

S43 SHAFTING AND BEARINGS.
 
S43-1 Shafting.
Bolts, coupling.
Coupling key, cross keys, and collars.
Couplings, flange and sleeve.

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S43 SHAFTING AND BEARINGS-Continued.
 
S43-1 Shafting-Continued.
Gauges, bearing (bridge gauges).
Gear, turning.
Joints, universal, shafting.
Line shafts.
Nuts, coupling.
Propeller clutch and shifting gear (submarine).
Propeller shafts and nuts.
Rings, zinc and steel, protecting.
Sleeves and casings.
Spares.
Stern-tube shafts.
Thrust shafts.
S43-2 Bearings.
Cooling coils, bearings.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Line-shaft bearings.
Mandrels, bearing.
Shaft, alleys.
Shaft tubes (other than stem tubes).
Shoes, spare, for thrust bearings.
Sleeves, fan-water.
Steady bearings.
Stern tubes and castings.
Strut bearings.
Struts and stern brackets.
Stuffing boxes, bulkhead.
Thrust bearings (horseshoe, roller, ball, or Kingsbury type).

S44 PROPELLERS.
 
Blades.
Bolts and nuts. (For propeller shaft nut see S43 "Shafting and bearings.")
Caps.
Hub.
Keys.
Pitch-measuring device.
Rings, joint and gland.
Spares.
Template for propeller bore.
Wrenches for shaft, and propeller-blade nuts.

S45 LUBRICATION.
 
S45-1 Forced lubrication.
Baskets for strainers.
Coolers, oiL
Filters, oil.
Strainers, oil.
S45-2 Gravity lubrication.
Boxes and cups.
Boxes, oil, distributing.
Drip pans.
Gravity lubricating piping, wipers, and cups.

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S45 LUBRICATION-Continued.
 
S45-3 Separators and purifiers (lubricating-oil).
Purifiers, oil.
Separators, oil.
Tanks, lubricating-oil settling.
S45-4 Lubricating fittings and accessories (general).
Foundations and stiffeners, lubricating equipment.
Gauges, float for lubricating-oil tanks.
Grease guns.
Pneumercators, for lubricating oil.
Pressure lubricating guns and fittings.
Tanks, oil drain (lubricating).
Tanks, oil, for hand service.
Tanks, lubricating-oil storage.

S46 CONDENSERS.
 
S46-1 Condensers, main.
S46-2 Condensers, auxiliary.
S46-3 Condensers, dynamo.
S46-4 Condensers, vacuum augmentor.
Ejectors, air.
Evacuators, air.
Occulators, air.
S46-5 Condensers parts.
Baffles.
Chests, water.
Ferrules.
Fittings.
Foundations, saddle plates, and stiffeners.
Rooms.
Shell and exhaust connection.
Spare parts.
Tube sheets and supporting plates.
Tubes and glands.
Zincs.

S47 PUMPS.
 
*Air pumps (main and auxiliary).
Attached pumps.
*Air pumps, evaporator.
Ballast and adjusting pumps (submarine).
Bilge pumps.
*Brine pumps, refrigerating.
*Brine pumps, evaporator.
Cargo and wrecking pumps.
*Cellar drainers.
*Circulating pumps, condenser.
*Circulating pumps, distiller condenser.
*Condensate pumps.
Counters, pump.
*Drainage pumps.
*Ejectors, bilge.
*Ejectors, except when used as vacuum augmentors.
Feed pumps, auxiliary.
*Feed pumps, evaporator.
Feed pumps, main.
Fire pump.
Fire and bilge pumps.

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S47 PUMPS-Continued.
 
Flushing pumps.
Foundation and stiffeners (pump).
Fresh-water pumps.
*Fresh-water pumps, distiller.
*Fuel-oil hand pumps.
*Fuel-oil booster pumps.
*Fuel-oil distributing pumps.
*Fuel-oil service pumps.
*Gasoline pumps.
Hand pumps.
Handy-billy.
Hotwell pumps.
Hydraulic speed gear. (Obsolete, see S21.)
Injectors.
Jets and injectors.
Lifting gear, pump room.
lubricating oil pumps.
Piston cooling pumps (submarine). (Obsolete, belong with engine.)
Pulsometer.
Rooms, pump.
*Salvage pumps.
*Sanitary pumps.
Scavenger pumps (submarine).
Spare parts, pump.
Special pumps.
Submersible pumps.
Sump ejectors.
*Trimming pumps.
*Wrecking pumps.
Pumps marked with * are to be considered as part of system they serve.

S48 PIPING.
 
S48-1 Pumping and drainage systems.
Bleeder plugs.
Boiler blow piping.
Compartment flooding. (See S88.)
Double-bottom flooding except reserve feed.
Equalizing system, trimming and ballast tanks.
Independent bilge suctions.
Independent drain suctions.
Main drain.
Secondary drain.
Tanks ballast, trimming and peak, buoyancy, safety, auxiliary compensating, WRT and WRM regulating, equilibrium, and adjusting).
S48-2 Feed-water system.
Boiler feed-water piping.
Main and auxiliary feed-water piping.
Reserve feed-water piping.
S48-3 Fire mains, sprinkling system, and flooding systems when used for fire protection.
S48-4 Fresh-water systems, other than feed water,including supply and gravity tanks, when not a structural part of ship (potable wafer stowage excepted).

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S48 PIPING-Continued.
 
S48-5 Water service, main and auxiliary engines.(Water cooling systems of Diesel engines will be considered as part of engine.)
S48-6 flooding systems, magazine and sprinkling systems.
(Obsolete, see 848-3, "Fire mains, etc.")
S48-7 Salt-water flushing system (when independent of fire main).
S48-8 Scuppers and plumbing drains, including floor and deck drains and sump tanks.
S48-9 Sounding tubes and air escapes (vents).
S48-10 Steam and exhaust piping.
Auxiliary exhaust piping.
Auxiliary steam piping.
Drains, machinery.
Drains (steam piping).
Dynamo, exhaust piping.
Dynamo, steam piping.
Escape and vapor pipes, other than galley.
Exhaust trunk, main turbine.
Main exhaust piping.
Main steam piping.
S48-11 Evaporator and distilling piping.(Obsolete, see S58, "Evaporating plant.")
S48-12 Refrigerating piping.(Obsolete, see S59 "Refrigerating plant.")
S48-13 Heating system.(Obsolete, see S38-2, "Heating systems.")
S48-14 Lubricating-oil piping.(Obsolete, see S45, "Lubrication.")
S48-15 Fuel-oil piping.(Obsolete, see S55, "Fuel oil.")
S48-16 Gasoline system.(Obsolete, see S15, "Gasoline, handling and stowage.")
S48-17 Torpedo air system.(Obsolete, see S49-1, "Compressed air plant.")
S48-18 Water and oil expulsion systems.(Obsolete, see S49-5, "Compressed-air plant.")
S48-19 Salvage air systems.(Obsolete, See S49-4, "Compressed air plant.")
S48-20 Compartment testing systems.(Obsolete, see S29-8, "Tightness of compartments.")
S48-21 Gas-ejecting systems and pneumatic service.(Obsolete, see S49-2, "Compressed-air plant.")
S48-22 Special piping systems.
S48-23 Fittings(general correspondence).
Air chambers.
Bulkhead connections and castings.
Deck connections and castings.
Drain plugs.
Flanges (piping).
Inspirator.
Joints, expansion and slip.
Meters other than fuel-oil and feed-water.
Pipe hangers and supports.
Regulators and governors.
Reheaters (other than boiler contained).
Relay tanks.
Screens.

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S48 PIPING-Continued.
 
S48-23 Fittings-Continued.
Sea chests and connections, including reinforcing and protecting rings.
Separators (piping).
Spools, cast iron (for protection of salt-water piping).
Strainers, box and basket.
Strainers, Macomb.
Stuffing boxes, bulkhead and deck.
Superheaters, other than boiler.
Tank regulators.
Traps
Water seals.
Zinc and boxes for.
S48-24 Valves(general correspondence).
Cocks.
Manifold.
Pots, salinometers. (See also S51, "Boilers" and S58, "Distilling plant.")
Reach rods.
Valve-operating gear (deck).
Valve, reducing and regulating.
Valves, relief.
Valves, safety (except boiler).
Valves, sea.
S48-25 Whistles and sirens, installed tog horns, etc.

S49 COMPRESSED-AIR PLANT.
 
S49-1 Torpedo air compressors, accumulators, and separators.
S49-2 Air compressors, accumulators, and separators (gas ejector and pneumatic service).
S49-3 Air compressor accessories(general correspondence).
Accumulators.
Air lines for pneumatic tools.
Air banks.
Air flasks and tanks (other than on internal-combustion engines).
Foundations for air compressors, tanks, and flasks.
Governors.
Intercoolers and cooling coils.
Low-pressure air compressors, rotary or turboblowers.
Lubricators, torpedo air compressor.
Manifolds (air).
Regulators.
Separators (air).
Strainers, air compressor.
Valves, automatic.
S49-4 Salvage air systems.
S49-5 Expulsion systems.

S50 AUXILIARY ENGINES.
 
To be used only for general correspondence.
Where a turbine is used for a specific auxiliary it will be allocated with the auxiliary.
S50-1 Turbines.
S50-2 Diesels.
S50-3 Reciprocating.

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S51 BOILERS.
 
S51-1 Pressure parts.
Braces.
Combustion chamber.
Drums, mud.
Drums, steam and water.
Furnaces, fire tube (Scotch boilers).
Manholes and handholes and plates.
Shell and head and tube sheets.
Superheaters, with relief and cut-out valves.
Tube and spare tubes.
Tube sheets and stays.
S51-2 Casing and furnace fittings.
Ash pans.
Ash-pit doors.
Brickwork.
Flame retarders.
Furnace fronts.
Grate bars, bearers.
Plates, baffle, gas.
Plates, cheek, arch and dead.
S51-3 External and internal fittings.
Air cocks.
Baffle plates, water circulation.
Bottom blow, including piping and valves.
Circulators and accelerators.
Damper regulators.
Drain cocks.
Draft regulators.
Feed water sampling connection.
Feed regulator.
Gauges, steam.
Gauges, water, boiler (water columns and water glasses).
Gear, deck operating, for boiler valves.
Hydrokineter.
Pipes, dry.
Pipes, internal feed.
Safety valves.
Salinometer pots.
Smoke indicators.
Soot blowers.
Surface blow, including scum pan, piping, and valves.
Test cocks.
Valves, feed, check and stop.
Valves, steam stop.
Zinc, zinc baskets, and hangers.
S51-4 Spaces, foundations, and saddles.
Boiler rooms.
Fastenings.
Firerooms.
Fireroom arrangements, etc.
Stools.
S51-5 Coal-firing apparatus.
Carbon dioxide recorder.
Combustion recorder.
Devil claws (boiler furnace).

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S51 BOILERS-Continued.
 
S51-5 Coal-firing apparatus-Continued.
Hoes.
Orsat apparatus.
Pricker bars.
Rakes.
Shovels.
Slice bars.
Stokers, hand and automatic.
  Under feed.
  Over feed.
  Side feed.

S52 UPTAKES AND SMOKE PIPES.
 
Smoke pipes, back connections.
Smoke-pipe guys.
Smoke-pipe covers, metal.
Umbrellas (smoke-pipe).
Uptake doors and dampers.
Smoke-pipe supports and foundations.

S53 BLOWERS (FORCED DRAFT).
 
Blower rooms.
Blowers, portable.
Casing, fan.
Diffusers.
Fan.
Fittings.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Gear, operating, deck and fireroom.
Lubricating apparatus.
Shaft bearings.
Shutters for intake trunks.
Spare parts.
Trunks, intake and delivery.

S54 ASH AND COAL HANDLING AND STOWAGE.
 
S54-1 Coal handling and stowage.
Bins, coal.
Booklet of coal-bunker capacities.
Bunkers, coal.
Coaling (ships).
Coaling-at-sea arrangements.
Coaling chutes.
Coaling screens.
Coaling stays.
Coaling trunks, fixed, telescoping and portable.
Davits and derricks, coaling (portable).
Fuel handling (ship). (For "Oiling," see S55-1.)
Tracks or rails (coal handling).
Trolleys (coal handling).
Trucks, deck-coaling type.
S54-2 Ash handling.
Ash ejector and spare parts.
Ash expellers and spare parts.
Ash-hoist engines and spare parts.

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S54 ASH AND COAL HANDLING AND STOWAGE-Continued.
 
S54-2 Ash handling-Continued.
Chutes, ash, built-in.
Chutes, ash, portable, metal.
Guides, ash-hoist.
Hoists, fireroom.
Hoppers, ash.
S54-3 Ash and coal handling accessories(general correspondence only; see note).
Bags.
Baskets.
Buckets.
Cables.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Pulleys and brackets.
Whips.
For winches see S27, Cargo handling. For coaling booms, derricks, and towers see S17, Towers, masts, spars, cranes, and derricks.

S55 FUEL-OIL STOWAGE AND EQUIPMENT.
 
S55-1 Fuel-oil handling and stowage.
Chocks for oiling at sea.
Fuel-oil compartments.
Hose.
Oiling, ships.
Oiling-at-sea gear.
Pneumercators, on fuel-oil tanks.
Tanks, settling, service and gravity
S55-2 Fuel-oil strainers.
Filters.
Separator and filters.
Strainers and baskets.
S55-3 Fuel oil heaters.
Coils, heating, in oil tanks.
S55-4 Burners, fuel-oil.
Air registers and shutters.
Atomizers.
Blower burners.
Blowing-out apparatus.
Tips and plugs, atomizer.
S55-5 Meters, measuring and testing device.
Flask-point tester.
Gauges.
Meters.
Testing outfit.
Viscosimeter.

S56 BOILER FEED-WATER EQUIPMENT.
 
For feed pumps, see S47, Pumps. For feed piping see S48, Piping.
S56-1 Feed-water heaters.
Shell.
Spare parts.
Tube and tube sheets.
S56-2 Grease extractors.
S56-3 Purifiers (air removers).

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S56 BOILER FEED-WATER EQUIPMENT-Continued.
 
S56-4 Feed-water tanks.
Filtering material (feed and filter tank).
Filters, feed-water.
Fittings and connections (feed and filter tank),
Gauges, water and index plates (feed and filter tank).
Plates, perforated (feed and filter tank).
Tanks, hot-well.
Tanks, main feed and filter.
Tanks, reserve feed.
S56-5 Water-testing outfits.
Boiler compound, feed-water.

S57 DIESEL OIL STOWAGE AND EQUIPMENT.
 
S57-1 Separators.

S58 DISTILLING PLANTS.
 
S58-1 Evaporators.
Baffles.
Coils and tubes.
Doors and frames.
Evaporator and distilling condenser rooms.
Shells.
Steam heads.
Tube sheets.
Zincs.
S58-2 Distilling condensers.
Coils or tubes.
Heads.
Shells.
Tube sheets.
S58-3 Evaporator feed heaters.
Heads.
Heaters, coil drain.
Heaters, vapor.
Shells.
Tubes and tube sheets.
S58-4 Measuring and testing devices, distilling plant.
Meters, water.
Salinometer pots.
Tanks, measuring.

S59 REFRIGERATING PLANTS.
 
S59-1 Refrigerating machines.
Pumps, contained.
Refrigerating gas containers.
Refrigerating machine, complete, including compressors, driving motors, or engines and their controls.
  Ammonia.
  Carbon dioxide.
  Dense air.
  Ethyl chloride.
  Sulphur dioxide.
Spare parts for.
Refrigerating room and ice-machine room.

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S59 REFRIGERATING PLANTS-Continued.
 
S59-2 Condensers, refrigerating plant
Condensers.
Coolers.
S59-3 Separators, refrigerating plant.
S59-4 Brine system, refrigerating plant.
Boxes, cold-storage.
Boxes, ice-making.
Cans, ice-making.
Coils, cooling (brine system, refrigerating machine).
Rooms, cold-storage.
Tanks, brine.

S60 ELECTRIC PLANTS.
 
To be used for general correspondence on the electric plants of ships as a whole.

S61 ELECTRIC POWER GENERATORS (OTHER THAN ELECTRIC DRIVE).
 
Armatures.
Balancers.
Commutators.
Dynamo rooms.
Dynamos.
Exciters.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Generators and driving units.
Generator cooling systems, including air washers and air ducts.
Generators, Diesel-engine driven.
Spare parts.
Turboalternators.
Turbogenerators.
For pumps, see S47 Pumps. For piping, see S48, Piping. For condensers, see S46, Condensers. For tanks, see S56, Feed water equipment.

S62 ELECTRIC POWER DISTRIBUTION.
 
S62-1 Switchboards.
Bus bars.
Distribution rooms (electric power, other than electric drive).
Panels, when not used in the control of a motor driving a specific apparatus.
Stowage-battery charging station.
Switchboard.
Switchboard-battery charging.
Switchboards, fire-control.
Switchboards, interior communication.
Switchboards, main.
S62-2 Wire and wiring appliances (electric power distribution).
Circuit breakers.
Conduits.
Connection boxes.
Controllers.
Cut-outs, individual.
Distribution boxes.

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S62 ELECTRIC POWER DISTRIBUTION-Continued.
 
S62-2 Wire and wiring appliances-Continued.
Fuses.
Hangers and insulators.
Insulating material.
Junction boxes.
Rheostats.
Stuffing and terminal tubes.
Switches, individual.
Switches, on.
Transformers.
Voltage regulators.
Water-tight receptacles and plugs.
Wire.
Wiring and appliances for switchboards and power leads.
S62-3 Batteries (electric power distribution).
Dry-cell.
Storage, permanent.
Storage, portable.
Storage-battery boxes and tanks.
S62-4 Batteries, storage, submarine propelling.(For battery ventilation (submarines), see S38, Ventilation and heating.) .
Battery compartments and tanks.
Battery sealing compound (storage battery).
Lifting gear.

S63 ELECTRIC POWER APPLICATION.
 
S63-1 Motors and motor control(when not considered with apparatus driven).
S63-2 Motors, propelling, submarines.
S63-3 Motor generators and similar apparatus.
S63-4 Solenoids.
S63-5 Brushes, carbon.
S63-6 Booms, motor.

S64 LIGHTING.
 
S64-1 General lighting (wiring, appliances, and fixtures).
S64-2 Battle lighting (wiring, appliances, and fixtures).
Battle lanterns, portable, electric.
Breast lights.
Gun-sight lights.
Gun breech light.
Lighting system, ship's magazines,
S64-3 Auxiliary lighting (wiring, appliances, and fixtures, except batteries).
S64-4 Portable lights, electric.
Bunker lanterns.
Deck lanterns.
Diving lanterns.
Flashlights and batteries.
S64-5 Signal lights, electric (except searchlights).
Anchor lights.
Blinker lights.
Lenses, signal.
Light boxes.
Man overboard lights.

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S64 LIGHTING-Continued.
 
S64-6 Signal lights, electric-Continued.
Masthead lights.
Recognition lights.
Running lights, side.
Steering. lights.
Wake lights.
S64-6 Illuminating sets.
S64-7 Lights, nonelectric

S65 INTERIOR-COMMUNICATION APPARATUS.
 
S65-1 Ship-service telephone systems.
S65-2 Loud-speaking telephone systems.
General announcing telephone system.
S65-3 Voice tubes (general and re-control communications).
Voice tube head sets.
S65-4 Audible signal systems.
Anchor gongs and pulls.
Anemometer indicator.
Anunciators. (See Bells.)
Bells.
Buzzers.
Call-bell.
Circulating water, low-pressure alarm.
Collision alarm.
Depth charge indicator.
Diving-alarm.
Drainage-tank signal systems.
Electric-whistle operator.
Engine gongs and pulls.
Fire-alarm systems.
Fireroom emergency signals.
Fuel-oil tank indicators (electric).
Gas-detector indicators.
General-alarm gong systems (electric).
Gongs.
Gongs, boat hour.
Howlers.
Hydrogen detectors (electric).
Lubricating-oil indicators (electric).
Lubricating oil, low-pressure alarm.
Mine-control indicators (electric).
Nautophone.
Pump alarm.
Push buttons.
Refrigerating-room signals.
Steering emergency.
Thermostats (magazine).
Turbo blower signal.
Warning signals (electric).
Water indicators.
S65-5 Visible signal systems.
Air-lock indicator systems.
Ammunition-hoist indicator systems (mechanical and electric).
Anchor telegraph systems (electric).
Autographic recorders (telautographs, etc.).
Ballast indicators. (See Trimming tank telegraph systems, submarines.)

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S65 INTERIOR-COMMUNICATION APPARATUS-Continued.
 
S65-5 Visible signal systems-Continued.
Battery voltage-indicator systems.
Buoyancy indicators.
Clutch-indicator systems.
Course telegraphs.
Docking, telegraph systems (electric).
Electric indicator system for hatches, doors, vent valves, hull openings, etc.
Engine order telegraph systems (mechanical and electric).
Engine revolution telegraph systems.
Fireroom feed signal systems.
Fireroom telegraph systems (mechanical and electric).
Gyro telegraph.
Life-buoy release (electric).
Logs (speed indicators), Forbes, Cummings, et al.
Long-arm indicator system.
Main engine, revolution counter gear.
Main generator shaft indicators.
Oil-burner control telegraphs.
Oil-pressure telegraphs.
Pitometer.
Reduction-gear indicators (turbine).
Rudder indicators, diving (mechanical).
Rudder indicator systems, including telemotors.
Salinity indicator.
Secondary recording counters.
Shaft revolution indicator systems (mechanical and electric).
Shaft revolution counters (mechanical and electric).
Smoke telegraph systems.
Speed-flag telegraphs.
Speed indicators (mechanical and electric).
Steering telegraph systems (mechanical and electric).
Submarine marker buoys, including stowing and releasing arrangements, telephone and lighting equipment, and indicators.
Temperature indicators, refrigerating room.
Trim indicators.
Trimming tank telegraph systems (submarines).
Turbine reduction gear indicators.
Water-tight door indicator systems.
S65-6 Pneumatic-tube systems.
S65-7 Interior-communication spaces and apparatus.
Central station.
Emergency boiler control station.
Interior-communication rooms.
Soundproof booths.
Soundproof relay stations.

S66 SEARCHLIGHTS.
 
Carbons.
Controls.
Main.
Rheostats and rheostat room.
Signaling.

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S66 SEARCHLIGHTS-Continued.
 
Signaling shutters.
Spare parts.
Towers, platforms, and foundations.

S67 RADIO APPARATUS.
 
Antennae systems.
Arc telegraph systems.
Battery lockers.
Booths, radio.
Compass houses (radio), ship.
Compass systems.
Instruments.
Main communication station.
Main radio station.
Radio masts (ship).
Radio trunk.
Rat-tail, hull casting and tube for rat-tail.
Receiving cabinets in booths.
Rigging.
Rooms.
Spare parts, etc.
Spark telegraph systems.
Telephone systems.
Tools.
Vacuum-tube telegraph systems.
Wiring and wiring appliances.

See Bureau of Ships pamphlet RE-1A-107 for itemized list.

S68 UNDER WATER SOUND.
 
Asdics.
Blisters for sound-signaling device.
C tubes, parts and spares.
E tube drifter sets, parts and spares.
MV tubes, parts and spares.
Microphone tanks, parts and spares.
Oscillators, keel type, parts and spares.
Oscillators, skin type, parts and spares.
Sonic depth finders (fathom meter, echo sounding).
Sound-proof rooms (sound signaling).
Sound-receiving equipment (electric).
Sound-receiving equipment (acoustic).
Submarine-detecting apparatus.
Transmitters (sound-signaling, under water).
Transmitters, supersonic.
Trawls, indicating.
Wiring and wiring appliances.
Y-tube compensators.
Y tubes, parts and spares.
See Bureau of Ships pamphlet RE-1A-107 for itemized list.

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S69 ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTS (EXCEPT FIRE-CONTROL AND THOSE USED AS PART OF AN INTERIOR-COMMUNICATION SYSTEM).
 
Ammeters, installed and portable.
Bridges (electrical testing sets).
Dynamometers.
Electric-instrument lockers.
Excitation meters.
Galvanometers.
Hydrometers.
Magneto generators (electrical testing sets).
Meggers (electrical testing sets).
Meters, frequency.
Ohmmeters.
Oscillograph.
Polarity indicators (electrical testing sets).
Power-factor meters.
Pyrometers, electric.
Reactive-factor meters.
Storage-battery testing sets.
Switchboard instruments (general).
Synchroscopes.
Tachometer.
Telephone-testing sets.
Voltmeters, installed and portable.
Wattmeters, installed and portable.
Watt-hour meter.

S70 SIGHT-SIGNALING APPARATUS (INTERSHIP).
 
S70-1 Pyrotechnics.
Barium nitrate for illuminating projectiles.
Blue lights and flares.
Cartridges, signal, Very's.
Dyes, spotting projectile.
Flares and flare-up lights.
Pistols, Very's signal.
Projectiles, pyrotechnic.
Red lights and flares.
Rifle lights.
Rockets, shower, smoke, and star.
Smoke bombs.
Submarine ejector recognition sets.
Submarine emergency identification signal.
Torches, signal sets.
Very's night signal sets.
S70-2 Flags.
Boards.
Flags.
Guidons.
Lockers.
Racks.
S70-3 Sight signals (other than pyrotechnics and flags).
Black ball.
Semaphores, signal.
Signal shapes.
Speed cones.

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S71 FIRE CONTROL.
 
S71-1 Main battery (turret) control.
Attachments, firing, turret guns.
Boards, plotting.
Clocks, contact.
Clocks, time sector.
Compensators, director fire-control.
Concentration indicator instruments.
Controllers, gun-director.
Converters, range.
Converters, revolution.
Delay coils, turret.
Designators, target bearing.
Dials, concentration.
Director firing (main battery).
Director towers (main battery) (turret).
Directors, gun (directorscopes).
Fire-control tops (structural, included in cage masts).
Fire-control towers (except armor) and foundations.
Fire distribution.
Indicators, azimuth (gun director).
Indicators, director correction.
Indicators, elevation.
Indicators, elevation, repeat.
Indicators, multiple turret.
Indicators, plotting.
Indicators, ships bearing.
Indicators, target bearing.
Indicators, target turret, single.
Indicators, target turret, double.
Indicators, target turret, triple.
Indicators, train.
Indicators, training, repeat.
Indicators, turret-train, double.
Multiple turret-indicator system.
Plotter, graphic range.
Plotting rooms.
Range determination.
Range table.
Receivers, elevation.
Receivers, target-angle.
Relay voice-tube station.
Salvo patterns.
Salvo signals.
Salvo system, turrets.
Spotters.
Spotting tops, structural (included in cage masts).
Stable zenith instruments.
Station, turret officer.
Transmitters, auxiliary target-bearing.
Transmitters, director correction.
Transmitters, parallax, range.
Transmitters, target-angle.
Transmitters, target-bearing.
Transmitters, target-bearing relay.
Transmitters, target turret.
Transmitters, turret-train.

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S71 FIRE CONTROL-Continued.
 
S71-1 Main battery (turret) control-Continued.
Turret danger-zone system.
Turret tell-tale system.
S71-2 Secondary battery (broadside) control.
Canopies, broadside-director tower.
Director firing, broadside battery.
Director towers, broadside battery.
Directors, gun (directorscopes).
Indicators, gun-train.
Receivers, training.
Secondary battery, switchboard, rooms.
Stations, secondary battery switchboard (non-structural).
Torpedo-defense fire-control stations.
Transmitters, independent train.
S71-3 Antiaircraft battery control.
Director firing.
Directors, gun.
Periscopes, airplane.
Range finders.
S71-4 Torpedo battery control.
Angle fire, torpedo.
Circuits, firing, torpedo.
Directors, bridge, control of torpedo fire.
Finders, submarine attack course.
Graphs.
Indicators, collision course.
Indicators, gyro angle.
Indicators, torpedo, battle-order and repeat-back transmitter.
Indicators, torpedo-spotting.
Indicators, torpedo-tube firing.
Instruments, control, fixed angle (above water torpedo tubes only),
Instruments, control, follow the pointer (above water torpedo tubes only).
Instruments, depth, roll and performance recorder (torpedo).
Receivers, gyro angle.
Solenoids, torpedo-firing.
Solver, angle (torpedo).
Switches, torpedo-firing.
Telescopes, check-sight (torpedo tube).
Telescopes, torpedo-testing barge.
Telescopes, tube-sight.
Torpedo directors.
Torpedo-directing stations.
Torpedo-tracking rooms.
Torpedo-tracking stations (nonstructural).
Transmitters, gyro angle.
Transmitters, torpedo battle-order and repeat-back indicator.
Transmitters, torpedo-target bearing.
Visuals, torpedo battle-order.
S71-5 Depth charge and mine-battery control.
Counters, mine-control.
Depth charge attack board.
Indicators, firing-mine.

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S71 FIRE CONTROL-Continued.
 
S71-5 Depth charge and mine-battery control-Continued.
Mine laying fire control.
Mine-timing devices.
Switches, mine.
Visuals, depth charge order (includes indicators, receivers, and transmitters, battle order).
S71-6 Searchlight battery control.
Indicators, searchlight train.
Visuals, searchlight order (includes indicators,
receivers, and transmitters, battle order).
S71-7 Star-shell battery control.
S71-8 Fire-control appliances and apparatus(general correspondence only; see note).
Alidades.
Angle fire corrector, submarine.
Battle orders, gun.
Bearing transmitters.
Binocular cases.
Binoculars.
Binoculars, mount.
Blinders for optical instruments.
Boards, deflection.
Boards, sighting.
Boards, submarine plotting.
Boxes, optical instruments.
Boxes, periscope, conning tower.
Boxes, spotting glass.
Boxes, telescope.
Brackets (range and deflection transmitters).
Brackets, telescopic.
Caps, focusing.
Caps, telescope.
Captain target designation system.
Castings, aluminum.
Cleaning apparatus.
Clocks.
Clocks, range.
Clocks, time of flight.
Collimators, binocular.
Collimators, telescope.
Computers, gun error.
Computers, target angle.
Control of guns, distant.
Converters, direct range.
Course detectors.
Course protractors.
Crystals, lens.
Cups, grease.
Deflection eliminating devices.
Designators, "Evershed."
Dials, gun director (directorscope).
Director firing circuits.
Director firing system, including instruments.
Director follow-the-pointer systems, including instruments.
Directorscopes.
Drafting machines (plotting room).
Drying apparatus, optical instruments.

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S71 FIRE CONTROL-Continued.
 
S71-8 Fire-control appliances and apparatus-Continued.
Erosion corrector.
Filters, ray.
Finders, bearing.
Finders, monocular.
Finders, submarine attack course.
Foundations, instrument.
Gears, synchronizing (gun control).
Glands.
Glasses, magnifying.
Gongs, cease firing.
Guards, eye.
Guns, distant control of.
Gyro transmitters.
Gyrometers.
Gyroscopes.
Holders, telescope.
Horizometers.
Illumination.
Ilumination (director firing instruments).
Illumination (optical instruments).
Illuminators, telescope.
Inclinometers.
Indicators, course and distance.
Indicators, director elevation.
Indicators, director train.
Indicators, gun elevation.
Indicators, gun firing,
Indicators, optical range finder.
Indicators, range finder, train.
Indicators, time of flight.
Illumination corrector.
Instruments, spotting.
Instruments, stabilized.
Insulating material, optical instruments.
Keepers, deflection.
Keepers, range.
Keys, firing.
Keys, firing auto break.
Keys, firing, gun director (directorscope).
Keys, firing, quick break.
Kits, repair.
Kits, repair (optical instruments).
Lenses, fire-control instruments.
Lenses, optical instruments.
Lines, cross, telescope.
Mounts, rail, spotting glass.
Offset firing.
Oiling devices.
Outfits, testing.
Outfits, testing, optical
Periscopes.
Plotting devices.
Plotting instruments.
Projectors, course.
Projectors, range.
Quadrants, gunner's.
Quartz for optical prisms and lenses.

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S71 FIRE-CONTROL-Continued.
 
S71-8 Fire-control appliances and apparatus-Continued.
Rakes, spotter's.
Range and deflection system, including instruments.
Range-finder adjusters.
Range-finder astigmatizers.
Range-finder boxes.
Range-finder collimators.
Range-finder hoods.
Range finder measuring devices.
Range-finder mounts.
Range-finder scales.
Range-finder, transmission-system, indicators.
Range finder, transmitters, optical.
Range finders.
Range finders, coincidence.
Range finders, stereoscopic.
Range keepers.
Receivers, battle-order, repeat back.
Receivers, stethoscopic, voice tubes.
Removed control.
Repeaters, compass.
Repeaters, "Evershed."
Repeaters, periscope.
Rules, slide.
Scales, optical.
Scales, speed.
Screens, clear-vision (director firing) and signal.
Selsyns.
Sextants.
Shafting, flexible.
Sights, gun-director.
Sights, stabilized, gun-director.
Ship-bearing system.
Solenoids.
Solenoids, director firing.
Solenoids, gun-firing.
Solver, enemy-bearing.
Solver, enemy-movement.
Solver, submarine attack.
Sound-proof booths.
Spotting devices, stabilized.
Spotting devices, submarine.
Spotting glasses.
Spray device (optical instrument).
Spyglasses.
Stadimeters.
Stations, plotting (nonstructural).
Stereoscope, optical
Stowage.
Stowage (optical instruments).
Switches, director firing.
Target-bearing system (including instruments).
Telautograph.
Telemeters, optical.
Telephones.
Telescopes.
Telescopes, battery commander.
Telescopes, bore-sight.

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S71 FIRE CONTROL-Continued.
 
S71-8 Fire-control appliances and apparatus-Continued.
Telescopes, gun.
Telescopes, gun director.
Telescopes, sight.
Telescopes, spotting.
Telescopes, water-tight for submarine wet-type gun mounts.
Testers, acuity (optical).
Testers, range taker.
Testing outfits (fire control).
Testing outfits (optical).
Tilt correctors.
Torque amplifying system for control of director-scopes.
Tracers, battle.
Tracers, dead reckoning.
Tracking instruments.
Transformers.
Transmission system, self-synchronizing.
Transmitters, arbitrary deflection.
Transmitters, battle-order, repeat back.
Transmitters, compass relay.
Transmitters, gun elevating.
Transmitters, revolution.
Transmitters, ship's bearing.
Vanes, wind.
Visuals, gun battle order (includes indicators, receivers, and transmitters, battle order).
Visuals, range.
Washing devices (optical).
Watches, stop.
Water-tightness.
Water-tightness (optical instruments).
Windows (optical instruments).
Windshields.
Wiring and wiring appliances.
Wrenches, telescope.

S72 TURRETS.
 
S72-1 Turret structure and foundations.
Backing plates.
Barbettes.
Brackets.
Bulkheads.
Cone plate.
Doors.
General arrangement plan.
Gun girders.
Hatches.
Hoods, sight.
Mantlet plates.
Platforms.
Roller-path alignment.
Roller separators.
Roller tracks and paths.
Roller-track foundations.

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S72 TURRETS-Continued.
 
S72-1 Turret structure and foundations-Continued.
Rollers.
Roof girders, plates, and angles.
Shelf plate.
Stresses.
Structure and framing.
Structure below pan.
Tracks, liner.
Trunks, other than ammunition.
Turntables.
Turret pan.
Turret proper.
Turret stool.
Upper handling room.
Waterways.
S72-2 Turret-turning machinery.
Automatic stops.
Clutches.
Differential gears.
Gears, training.
Hand-turning gear.
Hydraulic speed gears.
Live rings.
Machinery and gear.
Motor generators.
Motors.
Pinions.
Power panels and motor controls.
Racks.
Rotary compensators.
Speed variation.
Switches, train.
Telemotors.
Turning gear, main and auxiliary.
Turret training-gear and machinery.
Worms.
S72-3 Turret fittings.
Blocking wedges.
Boxes, periscope.
Buffers, bumpers, and positive stops.
Centering pins.
Chests, division, gun.
Dismounting gear, gun, trolley tracks, etc.
Draining system.
Eyes, pad, handling breech plugs.
Grabs.
Gun-cleaning devices.
Holding-down bolts.
Holding-down clips.
Illuminated indicators, shafting, and gear.
Immersion tanks.
Locking devices, gun.
Muzzle rests, gun.
Port bucklers.
Rails.
Seats, pointer and trainer.
Securing gear.
Stowage, accessories, gun and mount.

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S72 TURRETS-Continued.
 
S72-3 Turret fittings-Continued.
Tracks and trolleys.
Tramming devices.
Turnbuckles.
Turret gunport air seals.
Turret port screens.
Watersheds.
S72-4 Turret guns.
Accidents and errors, machining turret gun-forgings.
Attachments, gun director gear.
Ballistics.
Blasts.
Blow backs.
Bore lapping head.
Bore searchers.
Bores of guns.
Breech mechanism.
Calibration of guns.
Center of gravity, gun and mounts.
Chambers.
Curves, erosion.
Decoppering.
Deposits in bores.
Elongation and twist of gun liners.
Erosion.
Experimental firing.
Extractors, projectile.
Firing locks.
Firing trials.
Forgings.
Gas checks and pads.
Gauges, star.
Guides, primer, firing lock.
Guns, droop of.
Guns, jumps of.
Guns, life of.
Guns, relining of.
Guns, whip of.
Heat cracks, gun forgings.
Hoops.
Housings, gun.
Impression takers.
Jackets.
Latches, breech-mechanism.
Latches, salvo, breech-mechanism.
Life of guns.
Liners.
Mushrooms, breech-mechanism.
Muzzles.
Radial expansion process, gun construction.
Ranging data.
Regunning.
Rifling.
Rings, gas-check.
Rings, locking.
Screw boxes.
Seats, gas-check.
Seats, primer.

170

S72 TURRETS-Continued.
 
S72-4 Turret guns-Continued.
Shoulders.
Shrinkages.
Star-gauging.
Tompions.
Tramming and paralleling.
Trams.
Tubes.
Yokes.
S72-5 Slides, turret guns.
Bars, shoulder, mounts.
Chambers, expansion.
Countercoil system.
Edges, knife.
Liquid, recoil.
Lubrication.
Pistons.
Plungers.
Recoil cylinders.
Recuperator system.
Rods, spring, counter-recoil.
Shields, gun and mount.
Spring compressors.
Springs, counter-recoil.
Strips, rubbing, whip of gun.
Trunnion and bearings.
S72-6 Deck lugs, turret guns.
Bearings, ball.
Buffers and positive stops.
Cap squares.
Castings.
Cover plates.
Cups, grease.
Rings, adjusting.
Trunnion bushings.
S72-7 Sights, turret guns.
Adapters, sight.
Arc slides.
Arcs.
Battens, sight-checking.
Bore sights.
Cams, sight.
Castings, sight.
Corrector, turret roller-path.
Covers, sight.
Deflection, sight.
Dials, sight.
Drums, sight.
Illumination, sight.
Scales, sight.
Sight bars and marks.
Sight graduations.
Sight lighting.
Sight yokes.
Strips, range, sight.
S72-8 Gas-ejecting system, turret guns (covers that part of the system that is on guns only).

171

S72 TURRETS-Continued.
 
S72-9 Elevating gear and machinery turret guns.
Adapters, variable speed gear.
Attachments, elevating.
Clutches, friction, gun-elevating.
Control gear, elevating motor.
Gears, cross-connecting, gun-elevating.
Gears, variable-speed, gun-elevating.
Gun-elevating gear, main and auxiliary.
Increasing elevation.
Switches, gun-elevating control.
S72-10 Ammunition hoists, turret.
Ammunition cars.
Brakes, sheel-hoist, electric motors.
Carriers, projectile.
Counters, ammunition.
Controllers, ammunition-hoist.
Doors, safety.
Flaps, flame-proof.
Flaps, powder.
Hoist trunks.
Latches, powder-ear.
Plates, baffle, powder-hoist speed gear,
Powder chutes.
Powder-passing scuttles.
Shutters, ammunition-hoist.
Switches, hoist.
Trays, loading and transfer.
Trays, powder.
Trays, projectile.
Trays, spanning.
S72-11 Rammers, turret guns.
Controls, switches, and gear (turret rammer).
Seating of projectile in gun.
Spars, backing out, projectile.
S72-12 Ammunition supply.
Accessories and attachments for turrets, turret guns, etc., belong with this apparatus for which designed. For ventilation of turrets, see S38. For sprinkling system turret, see S48-6.

S73 BROADSIDE GUNS.
 
S73-1 Guns (broadside).
Accidents and errors, machine gun forgings.
Attachments, automatic.
Attachments, firing, mechanical.
Attachments, gun, director gear.
Ballistics.
Blasts, effect of.
Blow-backs.
Bore lapping head.
Bore searchers.
Bores of guns.
Breech mechanism.
Calibration.
Center of gravity, guns and mounts.
Chambers.
Decoppering.

172

S73 BROADSIDE GUNS-Continued.
 
S73-1 Guns (broadside)-Continued.
Deposits in bores.
Dismounting gear, trolleys, tracks, etc.
Droop.
Ellongation and twist of gun liners.
Erosion.
Erosion curves.
Experimental firing.
Extractors, projectile.
Eyes, pad, handling of breech plugs.
Firing devices, foot, mechanical.
Firing devices, mechanical.
Firing trials.
Forgings.
Gas-check rings.
Gas-check seats.
Gas checks and pads.
Gas-ejecting system (broadside guns; covers that part of the system that is on the gun only).
Gauges, gun.
Gauges, star.
Guides, primer, firing lock.
Guns and mounts sent to and received from proof.
Guns, nonrecoil.
Guns, relining of.
Heat cracks, gun forgings.
Hoops.
Housings.
Impression takers.
Jackets.
Jump,
Keys, firing, mechanical.
Lanyards.
Latches, salvo.
Life.
Liners.
Locks.
Locking rings.
Monoblock guns (radial expansion process).
Mortars.
Mushrooms, breech mechanism.
Muzzle bags.
Parallelism.
Primer seats.
Ranging data.
Rifling.
Saluting guns.
Screw boxes.
Seating of projectiles.
Shrinkages.
Shoulders.
Slewing devices.
Star-gauging.
Tompions.
Trams and tramming.
Tubes.
Whip.
Yokes.

173

S73 BROADSIDE GUNS-Continued.
 
S73-2 Mounts (broadside guns).
Angles for train and elevation.
Arc slides for broadside mounts.
Arcs for broadside mounts.
Attachments, elevating.
Bars, shoulder, mount.
Bearings, ball.
Bolt holes in deck.
Brackets, gun mount.
Brakes, gun mount.
Buffers, gun mount.
Carriage.
Castings.
Chambers, expansion.
Circles, deck, gun mount.
Clips, holding-down.
Clutches, friction, gun mount.
Compressors, spring, gun mount
Cover plates.
Cups, grease.
Depression rails.
Division chests.
Drives, friction.
Elevating and training gear.
Embrasures.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Gauges, gun-mount.
Gear drives.
Gears, balancing.
Gears, training.
Gun platforms.
Gun shields.
Gun-port coamings.
Gun-port plates.
Gun-port shutters.
Gun-port sill plates.
Gun-port structures.
Gun-port wing plates.
Holding-down bolts.
Knife edges.
Levers, gun-mount.
Liquid, recoil.
Lockers, gun-gear.
Locking devices.
Muzzle rests.
Pistons.
Plungers.
Recoil cylinders.
Recuperator system.
Reentrant ports.
Rings, adjusting.
Rods, spring, counter-recoil.
Roller paths and bearings.
Seats, pointer and trainer.
Securing gear.
Slides.
Sponsons.
Spray shields.

174

S73 BROADSIDE GUNS-Continued.
 
S73-2 Mounts-Continued.
Srings.
Stands.
Stops, gun-mount
Training gear.
Trunnion pressure.
Trunnions and bearings.

S73-3 Sights (broadside guns).
 
Adapters, sight.
Battens, sight-checking.
Bore sights.
Cans, sight.
Castings, sight.
Covers, sight.
Deflection, sight.
Dials, sight.
Drums, sight.
Scales, sight.
Sight bars and marks.
Sight mechanism.
Sights, open.
Sights, panoramic.
Sights, peep.
Strips, range, sight.
S73-4 Loading equipment (broadside guns).
Rammers.
Trays, loading.
Trays, projectile.
Trays, powder.

S74 ANTIAIRCRAFT GUNS.
 
S74-1 Guns (antiaircraft).
Accidents and errors u/machining gun forging.
Ballistics.
Blasts, effect of.
Blowbacks.
Bore lapping head.
Bores of guns.
Breech mechanism.
Deposits in gun bores.
Experimental firing.
Erosion gun.
Firing trials.
Forgings.
Guns, double purpose.
Guns, machine.
Guns, relining of.
Life of gun.
Hammers.
Rifling.
Salvo latches.
S74-2 Mounts (antiaircraft guns).
Carriage.
Carriages, machine-gun.
Cover-plates.
Elevating and training gear.
Foundations and stiffeners.

175

S74 ANTIAIRCRAFT GUNS-Continued.
 
S74-2 Mounts-Continued.
Holding-down bolts.
Recoil cylinders.
Slides.
Stands.
Stops.
S74-3 Sights (antiaircraft guns).
S74-4 Loading equipment (antiaircraft guns).

S75 TORPEDOES.
 
S75-1 Torpedoes.
After bodies (torpedo).
Air-flask forgings.
Air-flasks.
Antennae (aerial torpedo).
Antennae (radio-controlled torpedo).
Anticircular run device.
Bearings, gyro.
Bombs for net cutters.
Buckets, gyro.
Bulkheads, afterbody.
Bulkheads, air-flask.
Bulkheads, water-compartment.
Castings.
Coils.
Cold shots (superheater failures).
Curved fire mechanism.
Cutters, net.
Depth mechanism.
Depth-setting mechanism.
Detonators, war-head.
Distance gear.
Dynamometer, testing.
Engines, main power plant.
Engines, steering.
Exercise heads.
Exploders and exploder mechanism.
Figure run (circular run) device.
Firing speed.
Flasks, combustion.
Flasks, fuel.
Forgings.
Forgings, air-flask, closed end.
Forgings, air-flask, open end.
Forgings, air-flask, screwed water-compartment end.
Gears, bevel.
Gears, steering.
Governing gear.
Gyro-bearing shock absorbers.
Gyro mechanism.
Gyro-setting mechanism.
Gyros, air sustained.
Gyros, mechanical and electric.
Heads, war.
Heat troubles.
Hose.
Igniters (combined fuse and pistol).

176

S75 TORPEDOES-Continued.
 
S75-1 Torpedoes-Continued.
Immersion gear.
Immersion-gear diaphragms.
Immersion-gear spring cases.
Index mechanism.
Joints, joint rings, and screws.
Knife edges, balancing.
Knives, war-head.
Net cutters.
Nozzles.
Pendulum.
Pistols.
Pistols, torpedo.
Pivots, gyro.
Plates, baffle.
Pots, oil.
Pots, torch (Holmes's lights).
Power plants.
Preheaters.
Propellers.
Pumps, oil.
Rods, steering.
Rudder rods and yokes.
Rudders, horizontal.
Rudders, vertical.
Shafting.
Siphons.
Spindles, stop valve.
Sprays, calibrating.
Sprays, fuel and water.
Springs, calibrating and test.
Starting gear.
Starting levers.
Strainers.
Studs, guide.
Submergence tests.
Superheaters (generator, steam).
Sylphons.
Tailguards (tail braces).
Tanks.
Tests and specifications.
Torpedo design, military characteristics and general requirements.
Torpedo examination record sheets.
Torpedoes, aerial.
Torpedoes, aircraft.
Torpedoes, alignment of.
Torpedoes, electric.
Torpedoes, exothermic.
Torpedoes, fully ready.
Torpedoes, gliding.
Torpedoes, obsolete.
Torpedoes, radio-controlled.
Torpedoes, ready.
Torpedoes, sinking of.
Torpedoes, streamline.
Torpedoes, towing.
Torpedoes, underbottom.

177

S75 TORPEDOES-Continued.
 
S75-1 Torpedoes-Continued.
Tracers, oil.
Turbines.
Valves, exhaust.
Valves, fuel and water.
Valves, reducing.
Water compartments.
Water-spray coolers.
Water trippers.
Wheels, turbine.
Worm drive.
S75-2 Torpedo tubes and launching gear.
Barrels.
Bow cap and shutters.
Breech door and locking gear.
Charges, impulse.
Clamps.
Cups, oil and grease.
Curved fire-setting devices.
Depth-setting devices.
Drains.
Dummy torpedoes for tube testing.
Expanders.
Firing valves and mechanism.
Foundations.
Gauges, air and water.
Gears, elevating.
Gears, training.
Guides.
Heating jackets.
Holding-down bolts.
Impulse cases, torpedo-launching.
Impulse tanks.
Lashings.
Loading skids.
Locking gear for muzzle door.
Pedestals and braces.
Pivots.
Ports.
Rollers and roller paths.
Saddles.
Seats, pointer and trainer.
Securing-pad eyes.
Sights.
Sights, bore.
Sluice valves.
Spoons and spoon extension.
Stands.
Stop bolt and mechanism.
Swirl reducers.
Tanks, torpedo-firing.
Testing outfit, including ejection, velocity, and pressure-testing apparatus.
Torpedo-firing mechanism (mechanical).
Torpedo tubes, above water.
Torpedo tubes, alignment of.
Torpedo tubes, center line.
Torpedo tubes, submarine.

178

S75 TORPEDOES-Continued.
 
S75-2 Torpedo tubes and launching gear-Continued.
Torpedo tubes, submerged.
Torpedo-tube assembly (assigned and installed on ships).
Tripping latches and mechanism.
Vents.
S75-3 Torpedo handling, loading, and stowage (shipment).
Attachments, fuel-filling, tanks and piping, oil, water, etc.
Boxes, gyro.
Boxes, torpedo and war-head.
Buoys.
Buffers.
Cleats.
Cranes, torpedo, and gear complete.
Deck trucks for handling war heads.
Elevators and elevating machinery.
Exercise beads, stowage.
Gyro-adjusting stands.
Gyro hand-balancing fixtures.
Handling apparatus.
Hoists, torpedo, air and electric, in torpedo rooms.
Locating devices.
Lockers, gyro.
Stands, adjusting.
Stowage.
Stowage, detonators.
Stowage, heads, war, exercise, and collision.
Stowage, net-cutter bombs.
Stowage, torches.
Straps.
Tools and equipment.
Torpedo rooms.
Trucks.

S76 MINES AND DEPTH CHARGES.
 
S76-1 Mines, mine handling, and mine stowage.
Acoustic mines. (See Mines, experimental.)
Anchored mines (submarine).
Anchors.
Antennae.
Batteries, mine-firing.
Bombs, towing.
Boxes, mine tools.
Breakers, circuit.
Buoys.
Cases, booster.
Circuit closers.
Clips, wire-rope.
Controlled mines.
Davits.
Deck fittings.
Delay devices.
Detonators.
Drifting mines (floating mines).
Electrical protective devices.
Escapement gear (detents).

179

S76 MINES AND DEPTH CHARGES-Continued.
 
S76-1 Mines, mine handling, and mine stowage-Continued.
Experimental mines.
Extenders.
Filler.
Firing, circuit.
Firing devices (includes K devices).
Float sets.
Fuzes, mine.
Grids.
Grips, wire-rope.
H devices (contact horns).
Horns, electrochemical.
Hydraulic buffer.
Launching trucks.
M devices.
Machines, cable-winding.
Magnetic mines (experimental mines). (See Mark VII mines.)
Mine bogies.
Mine boosters.
Mine cases.
Mine experiments.
Mine handling and stowage.
Mine-laying gear.
Mine tubes.
Mines, floating.
Mines-loss.
Oscillating mines.
Plummet spools.
Plummets, mine-anchor.
Pots, dash, mine-anchor.
Primers.
Slip hooks.
Strain insulators, Mark IX mines.
Sylphons.
Tactical mines (drifting and oscillating).
Taut-wire machines.
Testing outfits.
Tidal mines.
Towing mines.
Tracks.
Turnbuckles.
Washers, soluble.
S76-2 Depth charges, depth-charge handling, and depth-charge stowage.
Ammunition, Y guns (depth-charge projector).
Arbors.
Bomb throwers.
Boosters.
Brackets, mechanical control.
Buoys.
Cases.
Conduits, mechanical control.
Controls.
Covers, other than canvas.
Deck fittings, hydraulic control.
Depth charge primers.
Depth-charge projectors (Y guns).

180

S76 MINES AND DEPTH CHARGES-Continued.
 
S76-2 Depth charges, depth-charge handling, etc.-Continued.
Detonators.
Escapement gear.
Experimental depth charges.
Extender mechanism.
Forks, safety,
Hangers, hydraulic control.
Piping, hydraulic control.
Pistols.
Sheaves and fair leads.
Sylphons.
Tanks, hydraulic control.
Tracks.
Transmitters and pumps, hydraulic control.
Trucks.
Valves, hydraulic control.
Wire ropes, mechanical control.
S76-3 Wrecking charges, wrecking-charge handling, and wrecking-charge stowage.
Charges.
Detonators.
Firing batteries.
Firing cables.

S77 GAS AND SMOKE WARFARE APPARATUS.
 
S77-1 Offensive equipment (gas and smoke warfare).
Boxes, smoke.
Cardboard cartridges and chemicals.
Chemical warfare agents.
Cylinders, gas.
Fan and gear.
Fillers for projectiles, grenades, and bombs.
Flame throwers.
Gas-cloud apparatus.
Ignition devices.
Nozzles.
Phosphorous and water-tight drums.
Smoke boxes (floating type).
Smoke funnels (fixed type).
Stench producers.
Tetrachloride (smoke producer).
Tin canister and fuses.
Toxic smoke screen apparatus.
Tubing.
Wood mounts.
Wooden boxes.
S77-2 Defensive equipment (gas and smoke warfare).
Air purifiers and scrubbers.
Filters.
Gas mask charges (tanks).
Gas masks.
Gas protective clothing.
Neutralizing agents.
Tubing.
Ventilating cowls and buckets.

181

S78 AMMUNITION, HANDLING AND STOWAGE (EXCEPT HANDLING AND STOWAGE IN TURRETS).
 
S78-1 Ammunition.
Adamsite.
Adapters, fuse.
Adapters, projectile.
Annealing cartridge case.
Ammonium picrate.
Bags, burster.
Bags, ignition.
Bags, powder.
Bodies, projectile illuminating.
Bourreret projectile.
Bursts AA projectile.
Charges, booster.
Charges, burster.
Charges, ignition.
Caps, fuse.
Caps, primer.
Caps, projectile.
Cartridge cases.
Cartridges, machine gun.
Center of gravity, projectiles.
Containers, booster.
Covers, fuse.
Crimping machine, cartridge case.
Cups, mouth.
Defective ammunition.
Diaphragms, projectile.
Filler, projectile.
Fixed ammunition.
Fuses, antiaircraft.
Fuses, detonator, long delay.
Fuses, projectile.
Fuses, superheater, torpedo.
Fuses, time.
Fuses, water impact.
Gas checks, projectile.
Grenades, hand and rifle.
Grommets, projectile.
Gun cotton.
Howitzer ammunition.
Instructions for preparation of ammunition.
Luting, fuse thread.
Misfires, ammunition.
Parachutes, illuminating projectile.
Pentaerythritoltetranitrate toluol.
Pieces, distance.
Plugs, cork.
Plugs, projectile.
Plungers, fuse.
Points, projectile.
Powder, black.
Powder, brown.
Powder charges.
Powder, cordite.
Powder, flashless.
Powder, fuse.
Powder, impulse, torpedo.

182

S78 AMMUNITION, HANDLING AND STOWAGE-Continued.
 
S78-1 Ammunition-Continued.
Powder, life of.
Powder, saluting.
Powder, smokeless.
Powder, smokeless, disposition of remnants, reworking and sale of.
Premature firing (ammunition).
Primer, gun-cotton.
Primers.
Projectile bands.
Projectile bases.
Projectiles, armor-piercing.
Projectiles, antiaircraft.
Projectiles, case shot.
Projectiles, class B.
Projectiles, common.
Projectiles, Davis gun.
Projectiles, double-band.
Projectiles, flat-nose, nonricochet.
Projectiles, gas.
Projectiles, gyroscopic.
Projectiles, high-explosive.
Projectiles, illuminating.
Projectiles, incendiary.
Projectiles, line-throwing.
Projectiles, marker.
Projectiles, proof-shot.
Projectiles, smoke.
Projectiles, spotting.
Projectiles, stream-line.
Projectiles, target.
Projectiles, time of flight.
Reserve ammunition.
Saluting charges.
Setters, fuse.
Shrapnel.
Shrapnel bands.
Shrapnel, incendiary.
Streamers, projectile.
Test sheets, powder.
Tracers, fuse.
Train, powder, fuse.
Trinitrotoluol.
Wads.
Weights.
Windshields, projectile
S78-2 Ammunition handling.
Ammunition supply.
Bomb carriers.
Buckets.
Chains.
Containers.
Conveyors.
Davits.
Eyebolts, projectile.
Flame seals.
Guides.
Hoist machinery and gear (except turret).

183

S78 AMMUNITION, HANDLING AND STOWAGE-Continued.
 
S78-2 Ammunition handling-Continued.
Hoists, broadside (except trunk).
Painting devices.
Passing scuttle.
Scuttles, powder.
Slings, projectile.
Stabilizing device.
Tables.
Tongs.
Tracks, trolley.
Trays.
Trolleys.
Trucks, powder, tank.
Trunks, projectile.
Whips.
S78-3 Ammunition stowage.
Bins, powder.
Bomb stowage.
Bottles, powder.
Boxes, ammunition.
Boxes, cartridge.
Boxes, detonator.
Boxes, detonator, torpedo.
Boxes, fuse.
Boxes, powder.
Boxes, primer.
Bows, projectile.
Canons, smokeless-powder samples.
Gauges.
Handling rooms.
Lockers.
Magazines (ship).
Motometers, powder-surveillance test ovens.
Ovens, powder-testing.
Paper, powder-heat test.
Racks, bomb, cranes and gear.
Ready-service stowage.
Rooms.
Straps, ammunition-box.
Tanks, cartridge.
Tanks, powder.
Testing outfits.
Thermometers, surveillance oven.
Wrenches, ammunition-tank.
Wrenches, cartridge.
Wrenches, fuse.
Wrenches, powder-tank.

S79 FIELD AND MACHINE GUNS-SMALL ARMS AND EQUIPMENT.
 
S79-1 Boat guns.
Mounts and circles, boat.
Stowage.
Sights.
S79-2 Field guns.
Breech mechanism.
Carriages.

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S79 FIELD AND MACHINE GUNS, ETC.-Continued.
 
S79-2 Field guns-Continued.
Field guns and mounts.
Lanyards, gun.
Limbers.
Ropes, drag and check.
Spares and accessories.
Stowage.
Telescopes and sights.
S79-3 Machine guns.
Belt-filling machines.
Belts, ammunition.
Carriages, landing.
Covers, feed.
Ejectors.
Limbers.
Mounts, ran.
Plates, breast.
Pouches, gunner's.
Spares and accessories.
Stowage.
Telescopes and sights.
S79-4 Small arms and landing force equipment.
Accessories.
Armory (ship).
Bandoliers.
Bayonets.
Belts (cartridge and waist).
Canteens.
Cutlasses.
Discharges, rifle, for lights and grenades.
Ejectors, rifle.
Haversacks.
Holsters, pistol.
Irons, climbing.
Lockers, accoutrement.
Nets, sleeping and head.
Pistols.
Ponchos.
Projectiles, mortar, stokes.
Revolvers.
Rifles.
Scabbards.
Shotguns (including riot guns).
Slings and straps, canteens.
Stems, gun.
Stick bombs.
Stowage.
Stowage (small and side arms).
Submachine guns.
Swords.
Telescopes and sights.
Tools, entrenching.
S79-5 Landing guns.

S80 GUN BATTERIES.
 
Guns, relining of.
Regunning.

185

S81 MINE, TORPEDO. BOMB. AND SPLINTER PROTECTION (OTHER THAN STRUCTURAL).
 
S81-1 Mine sweeping.
Buoy lines and anchors (mine channel marking).
Buoys and buoy lines.
Counter mining.
Explosive scissors.
Foundations.
High speed mine sweeping.
Kite safety gear.
Kite, water.
Low speed mine sweeping.
Magnetic and experimental mine sweeping.
Mine-sweeping gear and spares.
Nets.
Reels.
Strain indicators.
Sweep safety gear.
Wire, kite.
Wire, sweep.
S81-2 Paravanes and gear.
Booms and davits.
Chocks.
Fair-leads.
Rigging (ropes, chains, blocks, and fittings).
Stem extension.
S81-3 Torpedo protection.
Torpedo nets and booms.
S81-4 Bomb and splinter protection.
S81-5 Mine, cable and net cutting devices.
S81-6 Degaussing.
S81-8 Protective devices.
S81-9 Acoustic mine sweeping.

S82 BOATS.
 
S82-1 Boat stowage and handling (except cranes, which are under S17; Towers, masts, spars, etc.).
Chocks.
Cleats
Cradles.
Davits and fittings.
Falls.
Releasing gear.
Strong backs.
S82-2 Boat fittings and outfits(general correspondence; see note).
S82-3 Special types of boats (other than standard).
S82-4 Steamers.
S82-5 Motor barges.
S82-6 Motor boats.
S82-7 Motor sailing launches.
S82-8 Motor dories.
S82-9 Motor lifeboats (motor whaleboats).
S82-10 Sea sleds.
S82-11 Torpedo retriever boats.
S82-12 Racing cutters.

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S82 BOATS-Continued.
 
S82-13 Cutters.
S82-14 Whaleboats.
S82-15 Dinghies.
S82-16 Dories, pulling.
S82-17 Wherries.
S82-18 Punts.
S82-19 Camels and pontoons. (For "Salvage pontoons," see YSP.)
S82-20 Life rafts.
S82-21 Life boats, pulling.
S82-22 Surf boats, pulling.
Boat fittings and outfits, S82-2, include all articles listed on pages 32a-3 and 32a-6 to 32a-8, Boat Instructions.

S83 AIRPLANE HANDLING AND STOWAGE ON SHIPS.
 
For "Derricks, booms, and cranes for handling airplanes over the side," see S17.
S83-1 Hangars, stowage, hoisting gear and.
Deck handling gear.
Deck handling gear, including interior traveling crane, trolleys, and track, and other fittings for airplane handling.
Hangar space.
Hangars and stowage.
Hoisting gear.
Transportation trucks.
S83-2 Catapults and catapult gear.
Launching devices, runways, gear.
S83-3 Arresting gear.
B gear.
Emergency barricade.
Landing gear.
S83-4 Airplane-recovering devices.

S84 AIRSHIP, KITE, AND BALLOON HANDLING AND STOWAGE.
 
For "Mooring masts and fittings," see S17-2.

S85 PHOTOGRAPHY.
 
S85-1 Motion-picture photography.
Acids and chemicals.
Cabinets, tables, and benches.
Camera, recording AA.
Cameras, complete.
Dark rooms, printing rooms, and mounting rooms and equipment.
Developing and printing.
Drying drums.
Film containers.
Film counters.
Films.
Foundations and supports.
Gunnery taking.
Lantern slides.
Lens and lens mountings.

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S85 PHOTOGRAPHY-Continued.
 
S85-1 Motion-picture photography-Continued.
Light boxes for film marking.
Lockers, chemical and clothes.
Motion-picture machines.
Motion-picture photography (aerial).
Motion-picture photography (ground).
Paper (developing and printing).
Polishers.
Print washers and print dryers.
Printers.
Program (film).
Rewinders.
Screens.
Sinks.
Splicing stands.
Tanks and trays.
Title-making machine.
Tripods.
S85-2 Still photography.
Acids and chemicals.
Cabinets, tables, and benches.
Cameras, complete.
Dark rooms, printing room, and mounting rooms and equipment.
Developing and printing.
Films.
Foundations and stiffeners.
Gunnery taking. '
Lens and lens mountings.
Light boxes for film marking.
Lockers, chemical and clothes.
Mapping.
Paper (printing and developing).
Plates.
Polishers.
Print washers and print dryers.
Printers.
Sinks.
Still photography (aerial).
Still photography (ground).
Tanks and trays.
Tripods.
S85-3 Photographs.
S85-4 Sound motion-picture photography and reproducers.

S86 INSTRUCTION AND PRACTICE APPARATUS.
 
S86-1 Ship-control instruction apparatus.
Attack teacher (submarine).
Boards, instruction.
Mooring boards, torpedo-tactical.
S86-2 Fire-control instruction apparatus.
Aiming apparatus.
Dotters.
Spotting boards and gear.
Targets, dotter.
Teachers, director firing.

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S86 INSTRUCTION AND PRACTICE APPARATUS-Continued.
 
S86-3 Gun, mine and depth-charge crew-instruction apparatus.
Aiming apparatus.
Ammunition, dummy.
Attachment, ex-caliber and subcaliber.
Cartridges, drill.
Cartridges, dummy.
Castings, backing out, drill shell.
Dotters.
Dummy charges.
Dummy depth-charge.
Guns, drill.
Guns, dummy.
Guns, ex caliber.
Guns, subcaliber.
Machines, drill.
Machines, loading.
Mines, dummy.
Powder charges, dummy and drill.
Primers, drill.
Targets, dotter.
Teachers, deflection.
S86-4 Other forms of instruction apparatus.
S86-5 War-game outfits.
S86-6 Rifle ranges on shipboard.

S87 INSTRUMENTS NOT COVERED IN OTHER GROUPS.
 
Aerological equipment.
Asynchronizer.
Averaging instruments (general).
Horoscopes.
Calorimeters.
Chronographs for measuring velocities.
Combustible gas indicator.
Displaceometer.
Dynamometers, hydraulic and brake.
Dynamic balancing machines.
Exograph.
Gas detectors.
Gauge boards.
Gauge cocks.
Gauge glasses.
Gauge-testing machines.
Gauges, air.
Gauges, air-pressure.
Gauges, indicating.
Gauges, miscellaneous.
Gauges, pressure.
Gauges, recording.
Gauges, steam.
Gauges, strain.
Gauges, testing.
Gauges, vacuum.
Gauges, water.
Hydrogen detectors, nonelectric.
Hydrograph.
Hydrometers, alcohol-testing.

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S87 INSTRUMENTS NOT COVERED IN OTHER GROUPS-Con.
 
Hydrometers, general.
Indicator strain.
Indicators, engine.
Liquid meters.
Manometers.
Measuring devices, liquid. (For Fuel-oil measuring devices, see S55-5.)
Meters, condensation.
Meters, disk.
Meters, flow.
Meters, notch.
Meters, venturi.
Oxygen outlets.
Photometers.
Pneumercators. (See also Fuel-oil group, etc.)
Pyrometers, nonelectric.
Scelerscopes.
Sound-timing device, torpedo.
Stabilograph.
Stroboscopes.
Tachometers.
Telemeters.
Testing sets (general).
Thermometers (general).
Thrust meters.
Torsion meters (shaft).
Vibragraph.
Vibragraph (vibration testing machines).
Warp indicator.

S88 DAMAGE CONTROL.
 
S88-1 Damage Control books.
Preparation.
Arrangement.
Diagrams.
Plans.
S88-2 Stations, equipment, and instruments, control officer station, repair party station, repair party equipment, casualty boards, compartment check-off list, and card holders.
S88-3 Damage control practice instruction and reports of practices.
S88-4 List and trim control.
Counter flooding.
Drainage of counter flooding valves.
Water ballast compensating system.
S89 (Blank).
S90 (Blank.)

S91 SHIP UPKEEP SHOPS AND EQUIPMENT.
 
S91-1 Workshops.
Accessory overhaul shops (on ships).
Battery work shops.
Blacksmith shops (smithery).

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S91 SHIP UPKEEP SHOPS AND EQUIPMENT-Continued.
 
S91-1 Workshops-Continued.
Carpenter shops.
Dope shops.
Electric workshops.
Engine-overhaul machine shops.
Engine-overhaul shops.
Engine parts, cleaning room (aviation).
Engine-test shops.
Foundaries.
General electric repair stations.
General workshops.
Gyrocompass repair shops.
Instrument repair shops.
Machine shops.
Metal wire and welding shops.
Optical repair shops (fire-control repair shops.)
Pattern shops.
Pipe and coppersmith shops.
Plumbers' shops.
Radio repair shops.
Sheet-metal shops.
Tool issuing rooms.
Torpedo repair shops.
Wing covering and fuselage repair shops.
Wing repair shops.
Wood-working shops.
S91-2 Stationery equipment, workshops, on ships(general correspondence).
Band saws.
Blacksmiths' lockers.
Boring machines.
Crucibles.
Drill presses,
Engine test stands.
Engine test stands.
Engraving machines.
Forges.
Foundations, stiffeners, and structural brackets.
Furnaces.
Grinders.
Hack saws (power).
Hangers, pulleys, shafting, and belting.
Key-cutting machines.
Lathes.
Lathes, precision, cabinet type.
Milling machines.
Pipe-cutting and threading machines.
Planers and shapers.
Plumbers' and fitters' lockers.
Saw tables.
Trolley tracks and jib cranes for handling material in workshops.
Turning machines, tinsmiths.
Wood lathes.
S91-3 Caissons and cofferdams (repair).
S91-4 Repair-party station (S88-2).

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S92 TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT, PORTABLE (NOT ALLOCATED UNDER OTHER HEADINGS).
 
Anvils.
Arc-welding outfits.
Attachments for machine tools.
Bellows.
Bench rammers.
Bending slabs.
Boxes, tool.
Brazing outfits.
Bridge gauges and special tools.
Chain falls.
Chain hoists (blocks and trolley).
Chisels.
Cutters (milling machine).
Cutting outfits, gas.
Cylinder boring machine.
Dies, forging.
Drawers.
Drill chucks and sockets.
Drills.
Drills (portable).
Drip pans.
Electric drills.
Feelers, micrometer.
Flasks.
Flatters.
Fullers.
Gun-boring outfit.
Hammers.
Hand and loose tools.
Jacks, hand.
Jacks, hydraulic.
Jacks, screw.
Kettles (glue, pitch, etc.).
Kits, repair.
Ladles.
Lead-burning outfits.
Lifting tongs.
Lockers.
Micrometers.
Oil blowtorch with tank.
Oxyacetylene welding outfit.
Pneumatic drills.
Pneumatic hammers, riveting and scaling.
Portable tools, miscellaneous.
Pouring shank.
Punch and shears.
Punches.
Riddles.
Sand troughs.
Scrap-metal bins.
Shackle tool sets.
Sledges.
Solder pots.
Soldering irons.
Staves, cleaner.
Swages, ship's tools.
Tallow tanks.

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S92 TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT, PORTABLE-Continued.
 
Taps and dies.
Tongs.
Tool and gear boards.
Tool racks and shelves.
Trash cans.
Tube cleaners and expanders.
Underwater cutting equipment.
Valve-reseating machines.
Vises.
Waste and oil cans or boxes.
Welding rods.
Wood trimmers.
Work benches.
Wrenches and expanders.

S93 FIRE FIGHTING (SHIP).
 
For fire main, flooding, and sprinkling systems see S48-3.
Buckets and stands.
Couplings and reducers, fire-hose.
Fire and rescue-party equipment.
Fire doors.
Fire extinguishers, chemical (complete).
Fire extinguishers (portable).
Fire extinguishers (stationary).
Fire extinguishing (steam smothering system).
Foundations and racks.
Hose.
Inert gases (nitrogen, etc.).
Monitors, fire.
Nozzles, spanners, and stowage.
Racks and reels, fire-hose.
Rescue breathing apparatus.
Steam fire extinguishers, bunker, fuel-oil tanks
grate, etc., with piping and valves.
Tools and stowage.
Water curtain.

S94 SALVAGE.
 
For salvage air system, see S49.
Box, faking (for throwing lines).
Decompression stages.
Diving apparatus (pumps, suits, etc.).
Diving and wrecking gear.
Diving bells.
Guns, line-throwing.
Lines (throwing or shot).
Recompression chamber.
Spare parts.
Stowage.
Submarine rescue apparatus.

NAME TITLE GROUPS.

AB-AZ Auxiliary ships.
BB Battleships.
CA-CL Cruisers.
CM Mine layers.
CV Aircraft carriers.
DD-DM Destroyers and light mine layers.
DMS Mine sweepers.
EA-EZ U. S. Government Executive Departments and Foreign Governments.
FA-FV Fleets.
GA-HZ Government establishments, independent, etc.
IX Unclassified vessels, naval.
JC-JS Materials.
KA-HW Marine corps organizations.
LA-IV Civilian personnel.
MA-MZ Enlisted personnel.
NA-NZ Shore establishments.
OA-OZ Officer personnel.
PC-PYc Patrol vessels.
QA-QZ Miscellaneous name titles.
SM Mine laying submarines.
SS Submarines.
VB-VT Heavier-than-air aircraft.
YA-YY District Craft.
ZK-ZZ Lighter-than-air aircraft.

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AB AUXILIARIES-CRANE SHIPS.
AB1 Kearsarge(ex-BB5).
AC AUXILIARIES-COLLIERS.
AC5 Vulcan(stricken).
AC6 Mars(stricken).
AC8 Neptune(stricken).
AC9 Proteus(stricken).
AC10 Nereus(stricken).
AC11 Orion(stricken).
AC12 Jason (ex-AV2)(stricken).
AC13 Abarenda (ex-AG14)(stricken).
AC14 Ajax (ex-AG15).
AC16 Caesar(stricken).
AD AUXILIARIES-DESTROYER TENDERS.
AD2 Melville.
AD3 Dobbin.
AD4 Whitney.
AD5 Prairie(stricken).
AD8 Buffalo(stricken).
AD9 Black Hawk.
AD10 Bridgeport (ex-AR2)
AD11 Altair.
AD12 Denebola.
AD13 Rigel (now ARb1).
AD14 Dixie.
AD15 Prairie.
AD16 Cascade.
AD17 Piedmont.
AD18 Sierra.
AD19 Yosemite.
AD20 Hamul (ex-AK30).
AD21 Markab (ex-AK31).
AE AUXILIARIES-AMMUNITION SHIPS.
AE1 Pyro.
AE2 Nitro.
AE3 Lassen.
AE4 Kilauea.
AE5 Rainier.
AE6 Shasta.
AE7 Henry Gibbins.
AF AUXILIARIES-STORESHIPS.
AF1 Bridge.
AF5 Pompey(stricken).
AF6 Rappahannock(stricken).
AF7 Arctic.
AF8 Boreas.
AF9 Yukon.
AF10 Aldebaran.
AF11 Polaris.
AF12 Mizar.
AF13 Tarazed.
AF14 Uranus.
AG AUXILIARIES-MISCELLANEOUS.
AG1 Hannibal.
AG5 General Alava(stricken).
AG6 Dubuque (now PG17).
AG7 Paducah(nowPG18).
AG10 Antares (now AKS3).
AG11 Procyon(stricken).
AG12 Gold Star.
AG13 Pensacola(stricken).
AG14 Abarenda (now AC13).
AG15 Ajax (now AC14)(stricken).
AG16 Utah (ex-BB31).
AG17 Wyoming (ex-BB32).
AG18 Stoddert(stricken).
AG19 Boggs (ex-DD136; now DMS3).
AG20 Kitty (now DD137).
AG21 Lamberton (ex-DD119; now DMS2).
AG22 Radford (ex-DD120)(stricken).
AG23 Sequoia.
AG24 Semmes (ex-DD189).
AG25 Potomac (ex-AT50)(stricken).
AG26 Cuyahoga (stricken).

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AG AUXILIARIES-MISCELLANEOUS-Continued.
 
AG27 Robert L. Barnes (ex-AO14).
AG28 Manley (ex-DD74; now APD1).
AG29 Bear.
AG30 Bowditch. AG31 Argonne (ex-AS10; ex-AP4).
AG32 Sumner (ex-Bushnell; now AS2).
AG33 Kaula.
AG34 Alcor.
AG35 Calypso.
AH AUXILIARIES-HOSPITAL SHIPS.
AH1 Relief.
AH2 Solace(stricken).
AH3 Comfort(stricken).
AH4 Mercy(stricken).
AH5 Solace.
AK AUXILIARIES-CARGO SHIPS.
AK2 Kittery(stricken).
AK3 Newport News(stricken).
AK4 Bath(stricken).
AK6 Beaufort(stricken).
AK13 Capella.
AR14 Regulus.
AK15 Sirius.
AK16 Spica.
AK17 Vega.
AK18 Arcturus.
AK19 Procyon.
AR20 Beilatrix.
AK21 Electra.
AK22 Fomalhaut.
AK23 Alchiba.
AK24 Alcyone.
AK25 Algorab.
AK26 Athena.
AK27 Almaack.
AK28 Betelgeuse.
AR29 Delta.
AK30 Hamul (now AD20).
AK31 Markab (now AD21).
AR32 John R. R. Hannay.
AK34 Meigs.
AK35 Liberty.
AK36 William R. Gibson.
AK37 Ludington.
AK38 Irvin L. Hunt.
AK39 Mendocino.
AK40 Will H. Point.
AK41 Hercules.
AK42 Mercury.
AK43 Jupiter.
AK44 Aroostook(ex-CM3).
AK45 Catherine(now AP41 Stratford).
AK46 Pleiades.
AK47 Aqu la.
AK48 Rita Maersk.
AKS AUXILIARIES-GENERAL-STORES-ISSUE SHIPS.
AKS1 Castor.
AKS2 Pollux.
AKS3 Antares (ex-AG10).
AL AUXILIARIES-LIGHT SHIPS NAVY.
AM AUXILIARIES-MINE SWEEPERS.
AM1 Lapwing (now AVP1).
AM2 Owl.
AM3 Robin.
AM4 Swallow(stricken).
AM5 Tanger.
AM6 Cardinal(stricken).
AM7 Oriole.
AM8 Curlew.
AM9 Finch.
AM10 Heron (now AVP2).
AM13 Turkey.
AM14 Woodcock.
AM15 Quail.
AM16 Partridge.
AM17 Eider.
AM18 Thrush (now AVP3).
AM19 Avocet (now AVP4).
AM20 Bobolink.
AM21 Lark.

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AM AUXILIARIES-MINE SWEEPERS-Continued.
 
AM22 Widgeon (now ASR1).
AM23 Teal (now AVP5).
AM24 Brant.
AM25 Kingfisher.
AM26 Bail.
AM27 Pelican (now AVP6).
AM28 Falcon (now ASR2).
AM30 Seagull
AM31 Tern.
AM32 Flamingo.
AM33 Penguin.
AM34 Swan (now AVP7).
AM35 Whippoorwill.
AM36 Bittern.
AM37 Sanderling(stricken).
AM39 Chewink (now ASR3).
AM40 Cormorant.
AM41 Gannet (now AVP8).
AM43 Grebe.
AM44 Mallard (now ASR4).
AM45 Ortolan (now ASR5).
AM46 Peacock(stricken).
AM47 Pigeon (now ASR6).
AM48 Redwing.
AM51 Sandpiper (now AVP9)
AM52 Vireo.
AM53 Warbler (now ARS11).
AM54 Willet (now ARS12).
AM55 Raven.
AM56 Osprey.
AM57 Auk.
AM58 Broadbill.
AM59 Chickadee.
AM60 Nuthatch.
AM61 Pheasant.
AM62 Shelldrake.
AM63 Skylark.
AM64 Starling.
AM65 Swallow.
AM66 Bullfinch.
AM67 Cardinal.
AM68 Catbird.
AM69 Curlew.
AM70 Flicker.
AM71 Albatross.
AM72 Bluebird.
AM73 Grackle.
AM74 Gull.
AM75 Kite.
AM76 Linnet.
AM77 Goldfinch.
AM79 Goshawk.
AM80 Goldcrest.
AM81 Chaffinch.
AM82 Adroit.
AM83 Advent.
AM84 Annoy.
AM85 Conflict.
AM86 Constant.
AM87 Daring.
AM88 Dash.
AM89 Despite.
AM90 Direct.
AM91 Dynamic.
AM92 Effective.
AM93 Engage.
AM94 Excel.
AM95 Explot.
AM96 Fideliity.
AM97 Fierce.
AM98 Firm.
AM99 Force.
AM100 Seed.
AM101 Herald.
AM102 Motive.
AM103 Oracle.
AM104 Pilot.
AM105 Pioneer.
AM106 Portent.
AM107 Prevail.
AM108 Pursuit.
AM109 Requisite.
AM110 Right.
AM111 Sage.
AM112 Seer.
AM113 Sentinel.
AM114 Staff.
AM115 Skill.
AM116 Speed.
AM117 Strive.
AM118 Steady.
AM119 Sustain.
AM120 Sway.
AM121 Swerve.
AM122 Swift.
AM123 Symbol.
AM124 Threat.
AM125 Tide.
AM126 Token.
AM127 Tumult.
AM128 Velocity.
AM129 Vital.
AM130 Usage.
AM131 Zeal.
AMb AUXILIARIES-MINE SWEEPERS-HARBOR.

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AMc AUXILIARIES-MINE SWEEPERS COASTAL.
 
AMc1 Pipit.
AMc2 Magpie.
AMc3 Plover.
AMc4 Goshawk (now AM79).
AMc5 Kestrel.
AMc6 Heath Hen.
AMc7 Bunting.
AMc8 Cockatoo.
AMc9 Crossbill.
AMc10 Longspur.
AMc11 Sanderling.
AMc12 Grouse.
AMc13 Hornbill.
AMc14 Condor.
AMc15 Waxbill.
AMc16 Chatterer.
AMc17 Pintail.
AMc18 Nightingale.
AMe19 Grosbeak.
AMc20 Crow.
AMc21 Kildeer.
AMc22 Flamingo.
AMc23 Blue Jay
AMc24 Egret.
AMc25 Canary.
AMc26 Humming Bird.
AMc27 Frigate Bird.
AMc28 Mocking Bird.
AMc29 Puffin.
AMc30 Reedbird.
AMc31 Sparrow (now Yn53 Marin).
AMc32 Courser.
AMc33 Firecrest.
AMc34 Parrakeet.
AMc35 Road Runner.
AMc36 Accentor.
AMc37 Bateleur.
AMc38 Barbet.
AMc39 Brambling.
AMc40 Caracara.
AMc41 Chachalaca.
AMc42 Chimango.
AMc43 Cotinga.
AMc44 Courlan.
AMc45 Develin.
AMc46 Fulmar.
AMc47 Jacamar.
AMc48 Limpkin.
AMc49 Lorikeet.
AMc50 Marabout.
AMc51 Ostrich.
AMc52 Roller.
AMc53 Skimmer.
AMc54 Tapacola.
AMc55 Turaco.
AMc56 Kingbird.
AMc57 Phoebe.
AMc58 Rhea.
AMc59 Ruff.
AMc60 Chanticleer (now YF318).
AMc61 Acme.
AMc62 Adamant.
AMc63 Advance.
AMc64 Aggressor.
AMc65 Assertive.
AMc66 Avenge.
AMe67 Bold.
AMc68 Bulwark.
AMc69 Combat.
AMe70 Conqueror.
AMc71 Conquest.
AMc72 Courier.
AMc73 Defiance.
AMc74 Demand.
AMc75 Detector.
AMc76 Dominant.
AMc77 Endurance.
AMc78 Energy.
AMc79 Exultant.
AMc80 Fearless.
AMc81 Fortitude.
AMc82 Governor.
AMc83 Guide.
AMc84 Heroic.
AMc85 Ideal.
AMc86 Industry.
AMc87 Liberator.
AMc88 Loyalty.
AMc89 Memorable.
AMc90 Merit.
AMc91 Observer.
AMc92 Paramount.
AMc93 Peerless.
AMc94 Pluck.
AMc95 Positive.
AMc96 Power.
AMc97 Prestige.
AMc98 Progress.
AMc99 Radiant.
AMc100 Reliable.
AMc101 Rocket.
AMc102 Royal.
AMc103 Security.
AMc104 Skipper.
AMc105 Stalwart.
AMc106 Summit.
AMc107 Trident.
AMc108 Valor.
AMc109 Victor.
AMc110 Vigor.
AMc111 Agile.
AMc112 Affray.

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AN AUXILIARIES-NET LAYING SHIPS.
 
AN1 Monitor.
AN2 Montauk.
AN3 Osage.
AN4 Saugus.
AN5 Keokuk (ex-Columbia Heights).
AO AUXILIARIES-OILERS.
AO1 Kanawha.
AO2 Maumee.
AO3 Cayama.
AO4 Brazos.
AO5 Neches.
AO6 Pecos.
AO7 Arethusa(stricken).
AO8 Thompson, Sara(stricken).
AO9 Patoka.
AO11 Sapelo.
AO12 Ramapo.
AO13 Trinity.
AO14 Barnes, Robert L. (now AG27).
AO15 Kaweah.
AO16 Laramie.
AO17 Mattole.
AO18 Rapidan.
AO19 Salinas.
AO20 Sepulga.
AO21 Tippecanoe.
AO22 Cimarron.
AO23 Neosho.
AO24 Platte.
AO25 Sabine.
AO26 Salamonie.
AO27 Kaskaskia.
AO28 Sangamon.
AO29 Santee.
AO30 Chenung.
AO31 Chemango.
AO32 Guadalupe.
AO33 Suwannee.
AOG AUXILIARIES-GASOLINE TANKERS.
AOG1 Patapsco.
AOG2 Rappahannock.
AOG3 Rio Grande.
AOG4 Wabash.
AOG5 Susquehanna.
AP AUXILIARIES-TRANSPORTS.
AP1 Henderson.
AP2 Doyen (ex-Heywood).
AP4 Argonne (ex-AS10; now AG31).
AP5 Chaumont.
AP6 William Ward Burrows.
AP7 Wharton.
AP8 Harris.
AP9 Zeilin.
AP10 McCawley.
AP11 Barnett.
AP12 Heywood.
AP13 George F. Elliott.
AP14 Fuller.
AP15 William P. Biddle.
AP16 Neville.
AP17 Harry Lee.
AP18 Feland.
AP19 Catlin(stricken).
AP20 Munargo.
AP21 Wakefield.
AP22 Mount Vernon.
AP23 West Point.
AP24 Orizaba.
AP25 Leonard Wood.
AP26 Joseph T. Dickmat.
AP27 Hunter Liggett.
AP28 Kent.
AP29 U. S. Grant.
AP30 Henry T. Alien.
AP31 Chateau Thierry.
AP32 Saint Mihiel.
AP33 Republic.
AP34 J. Franklin Bell.
AP35 American Legion.
AP36 Irwin.
AP37 President Jackson.
AP38 President Adams.
AP39 President Hayes.
AP40 Crescent City.
AP41 Stratford (ex-Catherine, AK45).
APD AUXILIARIES-HIGH SPEED (DESTROYERS) TRANSPORTS.
APD1 Manley (ex-AG28; ex-DD74).
APD2 Colhoun (ex-DD85).
APD3 Gregory (ex-DD82).
APD4 Little (ex-DD79).
APD5 McKean (ex-DD90).
APD6 Stringham (ex-DD83).

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APL AUXILIARIES-BARRACK SHIPS.
 
APL1 Edmund B. Alexander.
APP AUXILIARIES-TROOP BARGES, CLASS A.
APT AUXILIARIES-TROOP BARGES, CLASS B.
APV AUXILIARIES-AIRCRAFT TRANSPORTS.
APV1 Kitty Hawk.
APV2 Hammondsport.
AR AUXILIARIES-REPAIR SHIPS.
AR1 Medusa.
AR2 Bridgeport (now AD10).
AR3 Prometheus.
AR4 Vestal.
AR5 Vulcan.
AR6 Ajax.
AR7 Hector.
AR8 Jason.
ARb AUXILIARIES-BASE REPAIR SHIPS.
ARb1 Rigel (ex-AD13).
ARD AUXILIARIES-FLOATING DRY DOCKS.
ARD1 Floating Dry Dock No. 1. ARD2 Floating Dry Dock No. 2.
ARS AUXILIARIES-SALVAGE SHIPS.
ARS1 Viking.
ARS2 Crusader.
ARS3 Discoverer.
ARS4 Redwing.
ARS5 Diver.
ARS6 Escape.
ARS7 Grapple.
ARS8 Preserver.
ARS9 Shackle.
ARS11 Warbler (ex-AM53).
ARS12 Willet (ex-AM54).
ARV AUXILIARIES-AIRCRAFT REPAIR SHIPS.
AS AUXILIARIES-SUBMARINE TENDERS.
AS1 Fulton (now PG49)(stricken).
AS2 Bushnell (now Sumner; ex-AG32).
AS3 Holland.
AS5 Beaver.
AS6 Camden (now IX42).
AS7 Rainbow(stricken).
ASS Savannah(stricken).
AS9 Canopus.
AS10 Argonne (ex-AP4; now AG31).
AS11 Fulton.
AS12 Sperry.
AS13 Griffin.
AS14 Pelias.
AS15 Bushnell.
AS16 Neptune.
AS17 Nereus.
AS18 Orion.
AS19 Proteus.
AS20 Otus.
AS21 Antaeus.
ASR AUXILIARIES-SUBMARINE RESCUE VESSELS.
ASR1 Widgeon (ex-AM22).
ASR2 Falcon (ex-AM28).
ASR3 Chewink (ex-AM39)
ASR4 Mallard (ex-AM44).
ASR5 Ortolan (ex-AM45).
ASR6 Pigeon (ex-AM47).
ASR7 Chanticleer.
ASR8 Coucal.
ASR9 Florikan.
ASR10 Greenlet
ASR11 Macaw.

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AT AUXILIARIES-FLEET TUGS (OCEAN GOING).
 
AT10 Patapsco(stricken).
AT11 Patuxent(stricken).
AT12 Sonoma.
AT13 Ontario.
AT14 Arapaho(stricken).
AT15 Mohave(stricken).
AT16 Tillamook (now YT122).
AT17 Wando (now YT123)
AT18 Chemung(stricken).
AT19 Allegheny.
AT20 Sagamore.
AT21 Bagaduce
AT22 Tadousac(stricken).
AT23 Kalmia.
AT24 Hewaydin.
AT25 Umpqua.
AT26 Wandank.
AT27 Tatnuck.
AT28 Sunnadin.
AT29 Mahopac.
AT30 Sclota.
AT31 Koka(stricken).
AT32 Napa.
AT33 Pinola.
AT34 Algorma.
AT35 Carrabassett.
AT36 Contocook (stricken)
AT37 Iuka.
AT38 Keosanqua.
AT39 Montcalm.
AT46 Iroquois(stricken).
AT47 Osceola(stricken).
AT49 Piscataqua(stricken).
AT50 Potomac (now AG25) (stricken)
AT52 Navajo(stricken).
AT55 Genesee.
AT56 Lykens(stricken).
AT58 Undaunted.
AT59 Challenge (now YT126).
AT60 Bay Spring (now YNG19).
AT63 Acushnet.
AT64 Navajo.
AT65 Seminole.
AT66 Cherokee.
AT67 Apachee.
AT68 Catawba.
AT69 Chippewa.
AT70 Choctaw.
AT71 Hopi.
AT72 Kiowa.
AT73 Menominee.
AT74 Pawnee.
AT75 Sioux
AT76 Ute.
AT77 Tuscarora.
AT78 Carib.
AT79 Yuma.
AT80 Yaqui.
AV AUXILIARIES-SEAPLANE TENDERS.
AV1 Wright.
AV2 Jaxon (now AC12) (stricken)
AV3 Langley (ex-CVI).
AV4 Curtiss.
AV5 Albermarle.
AV6 Patoka.
AV7 Currituck.
AV8 Tangier.
AV9 Pocomoke
AV10 Chandeleur.
AV11 Norton Sound
AV12 Pine Island
AV13 Puget Sound
AVC AUXILIARIES-CATAPULT LIGHTERS.
AVD AUXILIARIES-SEAPLANE TENDERS (DESTROYERS).
AVD1 Childs (ex-DD241; ex-AVP14).
AVD2 Williamson (ex-DD-244; ex-AVP15).
AVD3 George E. Badger (ex-DD196).
AVD4 Clemson (ex-DD186).
AVD5 Goldsborough (ex-DD188).
AVD6 Hulbert (ex-DD-342).
AVD7 William B. Preston (ex-DD344).
AVD8 Belknap (ex-DD-251).
AVD9 Oamond Ingram (ex-DD255).
AVD10 Ballard (ex-DD267).
AVD11 Thornton (ex-DD-270)
AVD12 Gillis (ex-DD260).
AVD13 Green (ex-DD266).
AVD14 McFarland (ex-DD-237)

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AVG AUXILIARIES-ESCORT VESSELS (AIRCRAFT).
 
AVG1 Long Island.
AVP AUXILIARIES AIRPLANE TENDERS.
AVP1 Lapwing (ex-AM1).
AVP2 Heron (ex-AM10).
AVP3 Thrush (ex-AM18).
AVP4 Avocet (ex-AM19).
AVP5 Teal (ex-AM23).
AVP6 Pelican (ex-AM27).
AVP7 Swan (ex-AM34).
AVP8 Gannet (ex-AM41).
AVP9 Sandpiper (ex-AM51).
AVP10 Barnegat.
AVP11 Biscayne.
AVP12 Casco.
AVP13 Mackinac.
AVP14 Childs (ex-DD241; now AVD1).
AVP15 Williamson (ex-DD244; now AVD2).
AVP21 Humboldt.
AVP22 Matagorda.
AVP23 Absecon.
AVP24 Chincoteague.
AVP25 Coos Bay.
AVP26 Half Moon.
AVP27 Mobjack.
AVP28 Oyster Bay.
AVP29 Rockaway.
AVP30 San Pablo.
AVP31 Unimak.
AVP32 Yakutat.
AVR AUXILIARIES-AIRCRAFT RESCUE VESSELS.
AW AUXILIARIES-DISTILLING SHIPS.
AWK AUXILIARIES-WATER TANKERS.
AZ AUXILIARIES-LIGHTER-TITAN-AIR AIRCRAFT TENDERS
BB BATTLESHIPS.
BB5 Kearsarge (now AB1).
BB18 Connecticut (stricken)
BB19 Louisiana(stricken).
BB20 Vermont(stricken).
BB21 Kansas(stricken).
BB22 Minnesota(stricken).
BB25 New Hampshire(stricken).
BB26 South Carolina(stricken).
BB27 Michigan(stricken).
BB28 Delaware(stricken).
BB29 North Dakota(stricken).
BB30 Florida(stricken).
BB31 Utah (now AG16).
BB32 Wyoming (now AG17).
BB33 Arkansas.
BB34 New York.
BB35 Texas.
BB36 Nevada.
BB37 Oklahoma.
BB38 Pennsylvania.
BB39 Arizona.
BB40 New Mexico.
BB41 Mississippi.
BB42 Idaho.
BB43 Tennessee.
BB44 California.
BB45 Colorado.
BB46 Maryland.
BB47 Washington(stricken).
BB48 West Virginia.
BB49 South Dakota(stricken).
BB50 Indiana(stricken).
BB51 Montana(stricken).
BB52 North Carolina(stricken).
BB53 Iowa(stricken).
BB54 Massachusetts(stricken).
BB55 North Carolina.
BB56 Washington.
BB57 South Dakota.
BB58 Indiana.
BB59 Massachusetts.
BB60 Alabama.
BB61 Iowa.
BB62 New Jersey.
BB63 Missouri.

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BB BATTLESHIPS-Continued.
 
BB64 Wisconsin.
BB65 Illinois.
BB66 Kentucky.
BB67 Montana.
BB68 Ohio.
BB69 Maine.
BB70 New Hampshire.
BB71 Louisiana.
CA HEAVY CRUISERS.
CA2 Rochester(stricken).
CA4 Pittsburgh(stricken).
CA5 Huntington(stricken).
CA7 Pueblo(stricken).
CA8 Frederick(stricken).
CA9 Huron(stricken).
CA11 Seattle (now IX39).
CA12 Charlotte(stricken).
CA13 Missoula(stricken).
CA18 St. Louis(stricken).
CA19 Charleston(stricken).
CA24 Pensacola.
CA25 Salt Lake City.
CA26 Northampton.
CA27 Chester.
CA28 Louisville.
CA29 Chicago.
CA30 Houston.
CA31 Augusta.
CA32 New Orleans.
CA33 Portland.
CA34 Astoria.
CA35 Indianapolis.
CA36 Minneapolis.
CA37 Tuscaloosa.
CA38 San Francisco.
CA39 Quincy.
CA44 Vincennes.
CA45 Wichita.
CA68 Baltimore.
CA69 Boston.
CA70 Pittsburgh.
CA71 St. Paul.
CA72 Albany.
CA73 Rochester.
CA74 Columbus.
CA75 Des Moines.
CB LARGE CRUISERS.
CB1 Alaska.
CB2 Guam.
CB3 Hawaii.
CB4 Philippines.
CB5 Puerto Rico.
CB6 Samoa.
CC BATTLE CRUISERS.
CC2 Constellation(stricken).
CC4 Ranger(stricken).
CC5 Constitution(stricken).
CC6 United States(stricken).
CF CRUISERS WITH FLYING DECK.
CL LIGHT CRUISERS.
CL1 Chester(stricken).
CL2 Birmingham(stricken).
CL3 Salem(stricken).
CL4 Omaha.
CL5 Milwaukee.
CL6 Cincinnati.
CL7 Raleigh.
CL8 Detroit.
CL9 Richmond.
CL10 Concord.
CL11 Trenton.
CL12 Marblehead.
CL13 Memphis.
CL15 Olympia (now IX40).
CL16 Denver(stricken).
CL17 Des Moines(stricken).
CL18 Chattanooga(stricken).
CL19 Galveston(stricken).
CL20 Tacoma(stricken).
CL21 Cleveland(stricken).
CL22 New Orleans(stricken).
CL23 Albany(stricken).
CL40 Brooklyn.

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CL LIGHT CRUISERS-Continued.
 
CL41 Philadelphia.
CL42 Savannah.
CL43 Nashville.
CL46 Phoenix.
CL47 Boise.
CL48 Honolulu
CL49 St. Louis.
CL50 Helena.
CL51 Atlanta.
CL52 Juneau.
CL53 San Diego.
CL54 San Juan.
CL55 Cleveland.
CL56 Columbia.
CL57 Montpelier.
CL58 Denver.
CL59 Amsterdam.
CL60 Santa Fe.
CL61 Tallahassee.
CL62 Birmingham.
CL63 Mobile.
CL64 Flint.
CL65 Pasadena.
CL66 Springfield.
CL67 Topeka.
CL76 New Haven.
CL77 Huntington.
CL78 Dayton.
CL79 Wilmington.
CL80 Biloxi.
CL81 Vicksburg.
CL82 Providence.
CL83 Manchester.
CL85 Fargo.
CL86 Cheyenne.
CL87 Duluth.
CL89 Miami.
CL90 Wilkes-Barre.
CL91 Oklahoma City.
CL92 Little Rock.
CL93 Galveston.
CL94 Youngstown.
CL95 Oakland.
CL96 Reno.
CL97 Spokane.
CL98 Tucson.
CL99 Buffalo.
CL100 Newark.
CM MINE LAYERS.
CM1 Baltimore (stricken).
CM2 Tahoe (stricken).
CM3 Aroostook (now AK44).
CM4 Oglala.
CM5 Terror.
CM6 Catskill.
CM7 Ozark.
CMc MINE LAYER COASTAL.
CMc3 Wassuc.
CMc4 Monadnock.
CMc5 Miantonomah.
CMc6 Columbia Heights (now AN5).
CV AIRCRAFT CARRIERS.
CV1 Langley (now AV3).
CV2 Lexington.
CV3 Saratoga.
CV4 Ranger.
CV5 Yorktown.
CV6 Enterprise.
CV7 Wasp.
CV8 Hornet.
CV9 Essex.
CV10 Bon Homme Richard.
CV11 Intrepid.
CV12 Kearsarge.
CV13 Franklin.
CV14 Hancock.
CV15 Randolph.
CV16 Cabot.
CV17 Bunker Hill.
CV18 Oriskany.
CV19 Ticonderoga.
DD DESTROYERS.
DD22 Paulding (stricken).
DD23 Drayton (stricken).
DD24 Roe (stricken).
DD25 Terry (stricken).
DD26 Perkins (stricken).
DD27 Sterrett (stricken).
DD28 McCall (stricken).
DD29 Burrows (stricken).
DD30 Warrington (stricken).

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DD DESTROYERS-Continued.
 
DD31 Mayrant(stricken).
DD32 Monaghan(stricken).
DD33 Trippe (stricken).
DD34 Walke (stricken).
DD35 Ammen(stricken).
DD36 Patterson(stricken).
DD37 Fanning(stricken).
DD38 Jarvis (stricken).
DD39 Henley (stricken).
DD40 Beale(stricken).
DD41 Jouett(stricken).
DD42 Jenkins(stricken).
DD43 Cassin(stricken).
DD44 Cummings(stricken).
DD45 Downes(stricken).
DD46 Duncan(stricken).
DD47 Aylwin (stricken).
DD48 Parker(stricken).
DD49 Benham(stricken).
DD50 Balch(stricken).
DD51 O'Brien(stricken).
DD52 Nicholson(stricken).
DD53 Winslow(stricken).
DD54 McDougal(stricken).
DD55 Cushing (stricken).
DD56 Ericsson(stricken).
DD57 Tucker(stricken).
DD58 Couyngham(stricken).
DD59 Porter(stricken).
DD60 Wadsworth(stricken).
DD62 Wainwright(stricken).
DD63 Sampson(stricken).
DD64 Rowan(stricken).
DD65 Davis(stricken).
DD66 Allen.
DD67 Wilkes(stricken).
DD68 Shaw(stricken).
DD69 Caldwell(stricken).
DD70 Conway (ex-Craven)(stricken).
DD71 Gwin(stricken).
DD72 Conner(stricken).
DD73 Stockton(stricken).
DD74 Manley (ex-AG28; now APD1).
DD75 Wickes(stricken).
DD76 Philip(stricken).
DD78 Evans(stricken).
DD79 Little (now APD4).
DD80 Kimberly(stricken).
DD81 Sigourney(stricken).
DD82 Gregory (now APD3).
DD83 Stringham (now APD6).
DD84 Dyer(stricken).
DD85 Colhoun (now APD2).
DD86 Stevens(stricken).
DD87 McKee(stricken).
DD88 Robinson(stricken).
DD89 Ringgold(stricken).
DD90 McKean (now APD5).
DD91 Harding(stricken).
DD92 Gridley(stricken).
DD93 Fairfax(stricken).
DD94 Taylor(stricken).
DD95 Bell(stricken).
DD103 Schley.
DD104 Champlin(stricken).
DD105 Mugford(stricken).
DD106 Chew.
DD107 Hazlewood(stricken).
DD108 Williams(stricken).
DD109 Crane.
DD113 Rathburne.
DD114 Talbot.
DD115 Waters.
DD116 Dent.
DD117 Dorsey (now DMS1).
DD118 Lea.
DD119 Lamberton (ex. AG21; now DMS2).
DD120 Radford (also AG22)(stricken).
DD121 Montgomery (now DM17).
DD122 Breese (now DM18).
DD123 Gamble (now DM15).
DD124 Ramsay (now DM16).
DD125 Tattnall.
DD126 Badger.
DD127 Twiggs(stricken).
DD128 Babbitt.
DD130 Jacob Jones.
DD131 Buchanan(stricken).
DD132 Aaron Ward(stricken).
DD133 Hale(stricken).
DD134 Crowninshield(stricken).
DD135 Tillman(stricken).

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DD DESTROYERS-Continued.
 
DD136 Boggs (ex-AG19; now DMS3).
DD137 Kitty (ex-AG20).
DD138 Kennison.
DD139 Ward.
DD140 Claxton(stricken).
DD141 Hamilton (now DMS18).
DD142 Tarbell.
DD143 Yarnall(stricken).
DD144 Upshur.
DD145 Greer.
DD146 Elliot (now DMS4)
DD147 Roper.
DD148 Breckenridge.
DD149 Barney.
DD150 Blakeley.
DD151 Biddle.
DD152 DuPont.
DD153 Bernadou.
DD154 Ellis.
DD155 Cole.
DD156 J. Fred Talbott.
DD157 Dickerson.
DD158 Leary.
DD159 Schenck.
DD160 Herbert.
DD161 Palmer (now DMS5).
DD162 Thatcher(stricken).
DD163 Walker (now DCH-1, IX44).
DD164 Crosby.
DD165 Meredith(stricken).
DD166 Bush(stricken).
DD167 Cowell(stricken).
DD168 Maddox(stricken).
DD169 Foote(stricken).
DD170 Kalk(stricken).
DD175 Mackenzie(stricken).
DD176 Renshaw(stricken).
DD177 O'Bannon {stricken).
DD178 Hogan (now DMS6).
DD179 Howard (now DMS7).
DD180 Stansbury (now DMS8).
DD181 Hopewell(stricken).
DD182 Thomas(stricken).
DD183 Haraden(stricken).
DD184 Abbot(stricken).
DD185 Doran (ex-Bagley)(stricken).
DD186 Clemson (now AVD4).
DD187 Dahlgren.
DD188 Goldsborouh (now AVD5)
DD189 Semmes (now AG24).
DD190 Satterlee(stricken).
DD191 Mason(stricken).
DD193 Abel P. Upshur(stricken).
DD194 Hunt(stricken).
DD195 Welborn C. Wood(stricken).
DD196 George E. Badger (now AVD3).
DD197 Branch(stricken).
DD198 Herndon(stricken).
DD199 Dallas.
DD206 Chandler (now DMS9).
DD207 Southard (now DMS10).
DD208 Hovey (now DMS11).
DD209 Long (now DMS12).
DD210 Broome.
DD211 Alden
DD212 Smith Thompson(stricken).
DD213 Barker.
DD214 Tracey (now DM19).
DD215 Boric.
DD216 John D. Edwards.
DD217 Whipple.
DD218 Parrott.
DD219 Edsall
DD220 MacLeish.
DD221 Simpson.
DD222 Bulmer.
DD223 McCormick.
DD224 Stewart.
DD225 Pope.
DD226 Peary.
DD227 Pillsbury.
DD228 John D. Ford.
DD229 Truxtun.
DD230 Paul Jones.
DD231 Hatfield.
DD232 Brooks.
DD233 Gilmer.
DD234 Fox.
DD235 Bane.
DD236 Humphreys.
DD237 McFarland (now AVD14).
DD238 James K. Paulding(stricken).
DD239 Overton.
DD240 Sturtevant.
DD241 Childs (ex-AVP14; now AVD1).

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DD DESTROYERS-Continued.
 
DD242 King.
DD243 Sands.
DD244 Williamson (ex-AVP15) (now AVD2).
DD245 Reuben James.
DD246 Bainbridge.
DD247 Gob
DD248 Barry.
DD249 Hopkins (now DMS13).
DD250 Lawrence.
DD251 Belknap (now AVD8).
DD252 McCook(stricken).
DD253 McCalla(stricken).
DD254 Rodgers(stricken).
DD255 Osmond Ingrain (now AVD9).
DD256 Bancroft(stricken).
DD257 Welles(stricken).
DD258 Aulick(stricken).
DD259 Turner(stricken).
DD260 Gillis (now AVD12).
DD261 Delphy(stricken).
DD262 McDermut(stricken).
DD263 Laub(stricken).
DD264 McLanahan(stricken).
DD265 Edwards(stricken).
DD266 Greens (now AVD13).
DD267 Ballard (now AVD10).
DD268 Shubrick(stricken).
DD269 Bailey(stricken).
DD270 Thornton (now AVD11).
DD271 Morris(stricken).
DD272 Tingey(stricken).
DD273 Swasey(stricken).
DD274 Meade(stricken).
DD275 Sinclair(stricken).
DD276 McCawley(stricken).
DD277 Moody(stricken).
DD278 Henshaw(stricken).
DD279 Meyer(stricken).
DD280 Doyen(stricken).
DD281 Sharkey(stricken).
DD282 Toucey(stricken).
DD283 Breck(stricken).
DD284 Isherwood(stricken).
DD285 Case(stricken).
DD286 Lardner(stricken).
DD287 Putnam(stricken).
DD288 Worden(stricken).
DD289 Flusser(stricken).
DD290 Dale(stricken).
DD291 Converse(stricken).
DD292 Reid(stricken).
DD293 Billingsley(stricken).
DD294 Charles Ausburn(stricken).
DD295 Osborne(stricken).
DD296 Chauncey(stricken).
DD297 Fuller(stricken).
DD298 Percival(stricken).
DD299 John Francis Barnes(stricken).
DD300 Farragut(stricken).
DD301 Somers(stricken).
DD302 Stoddert(stricken).
DD303 Reno(stricken).
DD304 Farquhar(stricken).
DD305 Thompson(stricken).
DD306 Kennedy(stricken).
DD307 Paul Hamilton(stricken).
DD308 William Jones(stricken).
DD309 Woodbury(stricken).
DD310 S. P. Lee(stricken).
DD311 Nicholas(stricken).
DD312 Young(stricken).
DD313 Zeilin(stricken).
DD314 Yarborough(stricken).
DD315 LaVallette(stricken).
DD316 Sloat(stricken).
DD317 Wood(stricken).
DD318 Shirk(stricken).
DD319 Kidder(stricken).
DD320 Selfridge(stricken).
DD321 Marcus(stricken).
DD322 Mervine(stricken).
DD323 Chase(stricken).
DD324 Robert Smith(stricken).
DD325 Mullany(stricken).
DD326 Coghlan(stricken).
DD327 Preston(stricken).
DD328 Lamson(stricken).
DD329 Bruce(stricken).
DD330 Hull(stricken).
DD331 MacDonough(stricken).
DD332 Farenholt(stricken).
DD333 Sumner(stricken).
DD334 Corry(stricken).
DD335 Melvin(stricken).
DD336 Litchfield.
DD337 Zane (now DMS14).

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DD DESTROYERS-Continued.
 
DD338 Wasmuth (now DMS15).
DD339 Trever (now DMS16).
DD340 Perry (now DMS17).
DD341 Decatur.
DD342 Hulbert (now AVD6).
DD343 Noa.
DD344 William B. Preston (now AVD7).
DD345 Preble (now DM20).
DD346 Sicard (now DM21).
DD347 Pruitt (now DM22).
DD348 Farragut.
DD349 Dewey.
DD350 Hull.
DD351 MacDonough.
DD352 Worden.
DD353 Dale.
DD354 Monaghan.
DD355 Aylwin.
DD356 Porter.
DD357 Selfridges
DD358 McDougal
DD359 Winslow.
DD360 Phelps.
DD361 Clark.
DD362 Moffett.
DD363 Balch.
DD364 Mahan.
DD365 Cummings.
DD366 Drayton.
DD367 Lamson.
DD368 Flusser.
DD369 Reid.
DD370 Case.
DD371 Conyngham.
DD372 Cassin.
DD373 Shaw.
DD374 Tucker.
DD375 Downes.
DD376 Gushing.
DD377 Perkins.
DD378 Smith.
DD379 Preston.
DD380 Gridley.
DD381 Somers.
DD382 Craven.
DD383 Warrington.
DD384 Dunlap.
DD385 Fanning.
DD386 Bagley.
DD387 Blue.
DD388 Helm.
DD389 Mugford.
DD390 Ralph Talbot.
DD391 Henley.
DD392 Patterson.
DD393 Jarvis
DD394 Sampson.
DD395 Davis.
DD396 Jouett
DD397 Benham.
DD398 Ellet.
DD399 Lang.
DD400 McCall.
DD401 Maury.
DD402 Mayrant.
DD403 Trippe.
DD404 Rhind.
DD405 Rowan.
DD406 Stack.
DD407 Stereo.
DD408 Wilson.
DD409 Sims.
DD410 Hughes
DD411 Anderson.
DD412 Hammann.
DD413 Mustin.
DD414 Russell
DD415 O'Brien.
DD416 Walke.
DD417 Morris.
DD418 Roe.
DD419 Wainwright.
DD420 Buck.
DD421 Benson.
DD422 Mayo.
DD423 Cleaves:
DD424 Niblack.
DD425 Madison.
DD426 Lansdale.
DD427 Hilary P. Jones.
DD428 Charles F. Hughes.
DD429 Livermore.
DD430 Eberle.
DD431 Plunkett.
DD432 Kearny.
DD433 Gwin.
DD434 Meredith.
DD435 Grayson.
DD436 Monssen.
DD437 Woolsey.
DD438 Ludlow.
DD439 Edison.
DD440 Ericsson.
DD441 Wilkes.
DD442 Nicholson.
DD443 Swanson.
DD444 Ingraham.
DD445 Fletcher.
DD446 Radford.
DD447 Jenkins.
DD448 LaValletie.
DD449 Nicholas.

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DD DESTROYERS-Continued.
 
DD450 O'Bannon
DD451 Chevalier.
DD453 Bristol.
DD454 Ellyson.
DD455 Hambleton.
DD456 Robman.
DD467 Strong.
DD468 Taylor.
DD469 DeHaven.
DD470 Bache.
DD471 Beale.
DD472 Guest.
DD473 Bennett.
DD474 Fullam.
DD475 Hudson.
DD476 Hutchins.
DD477 Pringle.
DD478 Stanly.
DD479 Stevens.
DD480 Halford.
DD481 Leutze.
DD482 Watson.
DD483 Aaron Ward.
DD484 Buchanan.
DD485 Duncan.
DD486 Lansdowne.
DD487 Lardner.
DD488 McCalla.
DD489 Mervine.
DD490 Quick.
DD491 Farenholt.
DD492 Bailey.
DD493 Carmick.
DD494 Doyle.
DD495 Endicott.
DD496 McCook.
DD497 Frankford.
DD498 Philip.
DD499 Renshaw.
DD500 Ringgold.
DD501 Schroeder.
DD502 Sigsbee
DD507 Conway.
DD508 Cony.
DD509 Converse.
DD510 Eaton.
DD511 Foote.
DD512 Spence.
DD513 Terry.
DD514 Thatcher.
DD515 Anthony.
DD516 Wadsworth.
DD517 Walker.
DD518 Brownson.
DD519 Daly.
DD520 Isherwood
DD521 Kimberly.
DD522 Luce.
DD526 Abner Read.
DD527 Ammen.
DD528 Mullany.
DD529 Bush.
DD530 Trathen.
DD531 Hazelwood.
DD532 Heerman.
DD533 Hoel.
DD534 McCord.
DD535 Miller.
DD536 Owen.
DD537 Putnam.
DD538 Stephen Potter.
DD539 Tingey
DD540 Twining.
DD541 Yarnall.
DD544 Boyd.
DD545 Bradford.
DD546 Brown.
DD547 Cowell.
DD550 Capps.
DD551 David W. Taylor.
DD552 Evans.
DD553 John D. Henley.
DD554 Franks.
DD555 Haggard.
DD556 Hailey.
DD557 Johnston.
DD558 Laws.
DD559 Longshaw.
DD560 Morrison.
DD561 Pritchett.
DD562 Robinson.
DD563 Ross.
DD564 Rowe.
DD565 Smalley.
DD566 Stoddard.
DD567 Watts.
DD568 Wren.
DD569 Aulick.
DD570 Charles Asuburn.
DD571 Claxton.
DD572 Dyson.
DD573 Harrison.
DD574 John Rodgers.
DD575 McKee
DD576 Murray.

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DD577 Sproston.
DD578 Wickes.
DD579 William D. Porter.
DD580 Young.
DD581 Charrette.
DD582 Conner.
DD583 Hall.
DD594 Halligan.
DD585 Haraden.
DD586 Newcomb.
DD587 Bell.
DD588 Burns.
DD589 Izard.
DD590 Paul Hamilton.
DD591 Twiggs.
DD592 Howorth.
DD593 Killen.
DD594 Mansfield.
DD595 Metcalf.
DD596 Shields.
DD597 Wiley.
DD598 Bancroft.
DD599 Barton.
DD600 Boyle.
DD601 Champlin.
DD602 Meade.
DD603 Murphy.
DD604 Parker.
DD605 Caldwell.
DD606 Coghlan.
DD607 Frazier.
DD608 Gausevoort.
DD609 Gillespie.
DD610 Hobby.
DD611 Kalk.
DD612 Kendrick.
DD613 Laub.
DD614 MacKenzie.
DD615 McLanahau.
DD616 Nields.
DD617 Ordronau.
DD618 Davison.
DD619 Edwards.
DD620 Glennon.
DD621 Jeffers.
DD622 Maddox.
DD623 Nelson.
DD624 Baldwin.
DD625 Harding.
DD626 Satterlee.
DD627 Thompson.
DD628 Welles.
DD629 Abbot.
DD630 Braine.
DD631 Erben.
DD632 Cowie.
DD633 Knight.
DD634 Doran.
DD635 Earle.
DD636 Butler.
DD637 Gherardi.
DD638 Herndon.
DD639 Shubrick.
DD640 Beatty.
DD641 Tillman.
DD642 Hale.
DD643 Sigourney.
DD644 Stembel.
DD645 Stevenson.
DD646 Stockton.
DD647 Thorn.
DD648 Turner.
DL DESTROYER LEADERS.
DM LIGHT MINE LAYERS.
DM1 Stribling (stricken.)
DM2 Murray(stricken).
DM3 Israel(stricken).
DM4 Luce(stricken).
DM5 Maury(stricken).
DM6 Lansdale(stricken).
DM7 Mahan(stricken).
DM8 Hart(stricken).
DM9 Ingraham(stricken).
DM10 Ludlow(stricken).
DM11 Burns(stricken).
DM12 Anthony(stricken).
DM13 Sproston(stricken).
DM14 Rizal(stricken).
DM15 Gamble (ex-DD123).
DM16 Ramsay(ex-DD124).
DM17 Montgomery (ex-DD121).
DM18 Breese (ex-DD122).
DM19 Tracey ex-DD214).
DM20 Preble (ex-DD345).
DM21 Sicard (ex-DD346).
DM22 Pruitt (ex-DD347).

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DMS MINE SWEEPERS-HIGH SPEED
DMS1 Dorsey (ex-DD117).
DMS2 Lamberton (ex-AG21; ex-DD119).
DMS3 Boggs (ex-AG19; ex-DD136).
DMS4 Elliot (ex-DD146).
DMS5 Palmer (ex-DD161).
DMS6 Hogan (ex-DD178).
DMS7 Howard (ex-DD179).
DMS8 Stansbury (ex-DD-180).
DMS9 Chandler (ex-DD-206).
DMS10 Southard (ex-DD-207).
DMS11 Hovey (ex-DD208).
DMS12 Long (ex-DD209).
DMS13 Hopkins (ex-DD-249).
DMS14 Zane (ex-DD337).
DMS15 Wasmuth (ex-DD-338).
DMS16 Trever (ex-DD339).
DMS17 Perry (ex-DD340).
DMS18 Hamilton (ex-DD141).

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EA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
 
EA1 Secretary of Agriculture.
EA2 Director of Scientific Work.
EA3 Solicitor.
EA4 Director of Information.
EA5 Press Service.
EA6 Exhibits.
EA7 Farm Management and Farm Economics (obsolete).
EA8 Weather Bureau (obsolete).
EA9 Bureau of Animal Industry.
EA10 Bureau of Plant Industry.
EA11 Forest Service.
EA12 Bureau of Chemistry and Soils.
EA13 Bureau of Soils. (Obsolete, see EA12.)
EA14 Bureau of Entomology.
EA15 Biological Survey. (See EI35.)
EA16 Division of Accounts and Disbursements.
EA17 Division of Publications.
EA18 Library.
EA19 States Relations Service.
EA20 Bureau of Public Roads.
EA21 Bureau of Markets and Crop Estimates (obsolete).
EA22 Packers and Stockyards Administration (obsolete).
BA23 Administration of Grain Future Trading Act.
EA24 Insecticide and Fungicide (obsolete).
EA25 Federal Horticultural Board.
EA26 Fixed Nitrogen Research Board (obsolete).
EA27 Director of Personnel and Administration.
EA28 Experimental Station.
EA29 Extension Service.
EA30 Bureau of Dairy Industry.
EA31 Bureau of Agricultural Economics.
EA32 Bureau of Home Economics.
EA33 Plant Quarantine and Control Administration.
EA34 Rural Electrification Administration.

EB SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION.
 
EB1 National Museum.
EB2 National Gallery of Art.
EB3 Bureau of American Ethnology.
EB4 International Exchanges.
EB5 National Zoological Park.
EB6 Astrophysical Observatory.
EB7 Regional Bureau for the United States, international catalogue of scientific literature.
EB8 Division of Radiation and Organisms.

EC DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE.
 
EC1 Secretary of Commerce.
EC2 Assistant Secretary of Commerce.
EC3 Division of Appointments.
EC4 Division off Publications.
EC5 Division of Supplies.

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EC DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE-Continued.
 
EC6 Bureau of the Census.
EC7 Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. (See ES25.)
EC7-1 Commercial attaches.
EC8 Bureau of Standards.
EC9 Bureau of Fisheries. (See EI34.)
EC10 Bureau of Lighthouses. (See ET19.)
EC11 Coast and Geodetic Survey.
EC12 Bureau of Navigation (Department of Commerce).
EC13 Steamboat Inspection Service.
EC14 Patent Office.
EC15 Bureau of Mines. (See EI32.)
EC16 Radio commissioners (Federal Radio Commission).
EC17 Assistant Secretary for Aeronautics.
EC18 Radio Division.
EC19 Division of Simplified Practice.
EC20 Inland Waterways Corporation.
EC21 Weather Bureau.

ED NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES.
 
ED1 National Research Council.

EE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS.
 
EE1 The President.
EE2 The Vice President.
EE3 National Emergency Council.
EE4 Office of Production Management.
EE5 Coordinator of Information.
EE6 Petroleum Coordinator for National Defense.
EE7 Office of Emergency Management.
EE8 Office of Civilian Defense.
EE9 Supply Priorities and Allocations Board.

EF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS AND COUNTRIES.
 
EF1 Abyssinia.
EF2 Afganistan.
EF3 Albania.
EF4 Arabia.
EF5 Argentine Republic.
EF6 Transcaucasian Federation.
Armenia|
Azerbaijan|Socialist Soviet Republics.
Georgia|
EF7 Austria.
EF8 (See EF6.)
EF9 Belgium.
EF9-1  Belgian Congo.
EF10 Bhutan.
EF11 Bolivia.
EF12 Brazil.
EF13 British Empire.
EF13-1  British Isles (England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland).
BRITISH EMPIRE-EUROPE.
EF13-2   Isle of Man.
EF13-3   Channel Islands.
EF13-4   Gibraltar.
EF13-5   Malta.

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EF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS AND COUNTRIES-Continued.
 
BRITISH EMPIRE-ASIA.
EF13-6 Aden, Perin, Sokopra, etc.
EF13-7 Bahrein Islands.
EF13-8 Borneo (British).
British North Borneo.
Brunei.
Sarawak.
EF13-9 Ceylon.
Maldive Islands.
EF13-10 Cyprus.
EF13-11 Hong Kong.
EF13-12 India and dependencies.
Baluchistan.
Sikkim.
Andaman Islands.
Nicobor Islands.
Laccadive Islands.
Reeling Islands.
Kuria Muria Islands.
EF13-13 The Straits Settlements.
Cocos or Keeling Islands.
Christmas Island.
Labuan.
EF13-14 Federated Malay States.
EF13-15 Malay States not in Federation.
EF13-16 Weihaiwei.
BRITISH EMPIRE AFRICA.
EF13-17 Ascension Islands.
EF13-18 British East Africa.
Kenya Colony and Protectorate.
Tanganyika Territory.
Uganda Protectorate.
Zanzibar.
EF13-19 Mauritius.
EF13-20 Nyasaland Protectorate.
EF13-21 St. Helena.
EF13-22 Tristan Da Cunah.
EF13-23 Seychelles.
EF13-24 Somaliland Protectorate.
EF13-25 South Africa.
Basutoland.
Bechuanaland Protectorate.
Rhodesia.
EF13-26 Swaziland.
EF13-27 Union of South Africa.
Cape of Good Hope.
Natal.
The Transvaal.
Orange Free State.
South West Africa.
BRITISH EMPIRE-WEST AFRICA.
EF13-28 Nigeria.
EF13-29 Cameroon.
EF13-30 Gambia.
EF13-31 Gold Coast.

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EF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS AND COUNTRIES-Continued.
 
BRITISH EMPIRE-WEST AFRICA-Continued.
EF13-32 Ashanti.
EF13-33 Northern Territories.
EF13-34 Togoland.
EF13-35 Sierra Leone.
EF13-36 The Protectorate.
EF13-37 Egypt.
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.
BRITISH EMPIRE-AMERICA.
EF13-38 Bermudas.
EF13-39 Canada.
Alberta.
British Columbia.
Manitoba.
New Brunswick.
Nova Scotia.
Ontario.
Prince Edward Island.
Quebec.
Saskatchewan.
Yukon.
Northwest Territories.
EF13-40 Falkland Islands.
EF13-41 Guiana, British.
EF13-42 Honduras, British.
EF13-43 Newfoundland and Labrador.
EF13-44 West Indies.
Bahamas.
Barbados.
Jamaica.
Caymen Islands.
Turks and Caicos Islands.
Leeward Islands.
Trinidad.
Windward Islands.
BRITISH EMPIRE-AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA.
EF13-45 Australia.
New South Wales.
Victoria.
Queensland.
South Australia.
Western Australia.
Northern Territory.
EF13-46 Fiji Islands.
EF13-47 New Guinea.
EF13-48 New Zealand.
Western Samoa.
Nauru.
EF13-49 Papua.
EF13-50 Pacific Islands.
Tongo.
Other Islands.
EF13-51 Tasmania.
EF14 Bulgaria.
EF15 Chile.

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EF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS AND COUNTRIES-Continued.
 
BRITISH EMPIRE-AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA-Con.
EF16 China.
Manchuria.
Tibet.
Sin-Kiang.
Mongolia.
EF17 Colombia.
EF18 Costa Rica.
EF19 Cuba.
EF20 Czechoslovakia.
EF21 Danzig.
EF22 Denmark.
EF22-1   Iceland.
EF22-2   Greenland.
EF23 Ecuador.
EF24 Egypt.
EF25 Estonia.
EF26 Finland.
EF27 Flume.
EF28 France.
EF28-1   Andorra.
FRENCH COLONIES AND DEPENDENCIES-ASIA.
EF28-2 French India.
EF28-3 French Indo-China.
Cochin-China.
Annam.
Cambodia.
Tonking.
Laos.
Kwang Chau Wan.
FRENCH COLONIES AND DEPENDENCIES-AFRICA.
EF28-4 Algeria.
EF28-5 French Congo.
Cameroon.
EF28-6 Madagascar.
EF28-7 Mayotte and the Cormero Islands.
EF28-8 Reunion.
EF28-9 Somali Coast.
FRENCH COLONIES AND DEPENDENCIES-WEST AFRICA AND THE SAHARA.
EF28-10 Senegal.
EF28-11 Guinea.
EF28-12 Ivory Coast.
EF28-13 Dahomey.
EF28-14 French Sudan.
EF28-15 Upper Volta.
EF28-16 Mauritania.
EF28-17 Togo.
EF28-18 Tunis.
FRENCH COLONIES AND DEPENDENCIES-AMERICA.
EF28-19 Guadaloupe and dependencies.
EF28-20 Guiana.
EF28-21 Martinique.
EF28-22 St. Pierre and Miquelon.

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EF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS AND COUNTRIES-Continued.
 
FRENCH COLONIES AND DEPENDENCIES-AUSTRALASIA AND OCEANIA.
EF28-23 Now Caledonia.
EF28-24 New Hebrides.
EF28-25 French establishments in Oceania.
EF30 Germany.
Anhalt.
Baden.
Bavaria.
Bremen.
Brunswick.
Hamburg.
Hesse.
Lippe.
Lubeck.
Mecklenburg-Schwerin.
Mecklenburg-Strelitz.
Oldenburg.
Prussia.
Saxony.
Schaumburg-Lippe.
Thuringia.
Waldeck.
Wurttemberg.
EF31 Greece.
EF32 Guatemala.
EF33 Haiti.
EF34 Honduras.
EF35 Hungary.
EF36 Italy.
EF36-1 San Marino.
ITALIAN DEPENDENCIES.
EF36-2 Eritrea.
EF36-3 Somaliland.
EF36-4 Tripolitania and Cyrenaica.
EF36-5 Tientsin (concession of).
EF37 Japan.
EF37-1 Korea.
EF37-2 Formosa (Taiwan).
EF37-3 Pescadores.
EF37-4 Sakhalin.
EF37-5 Kewantung.
EF37-6 Kiau-Chau.
EF37-7 Pacific Islands.
EF38 Latvia.
EF38 Liberia.
EF40 Liechtenstein.
EF41 Lithuania.
EF42 Luxemburg.
EF43 *Iraq.
EF44 Mexico.
EF45 Monaco.
EF46 Morocco.
EF47 Nepal.
EF48 Netherlands, The

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EF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS AND COUNTRIES-Continued.
 
COLONIES OF THE NETHERLANDS.
EF48-1 Dutch East Indies.
EF48-2 Dutch West Indies.
Surinam or Dutch Guiana.
Curacao.
EF49 Nicaragua.
EF50 Norway.
EF50-1 Spitsbergen.
EF51 Oman.
EF52 Palestine.
EF53 Panama.
EF54 Paraguay.
EF55 *Iran.
EF56 Peru.
EF57 Poland.
EF58 Portugal
EF58-1 Dependencies.
EF59 Rome, see and church of.
EF60 Rumania.
EF61 Russia (Union of Socialist Soviet Republics).
EF62 Salvador.
EF63 Santo Domingo (Dominican Government).
EF64 Serb, Croat, and Slovene State (Yugoslavia).
EF65 Siam.
EF66 Spain.
EF67 Sweden.
EF68 Switzerland.
EF69 Syria.
EF70 Turkey.
EF71 Ukraine.
EF72 Uruguay.
EF73 Venezuela.

EG THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA-GOVERNMENT, STATES, TERRITORIES, AND DEPENDENCIES.
 
EG1 Arkansas.EG22 Massachusetts.
EG2 Alabama.EG23 Michigan.
EG3 Alaska.EG24 Minnesota.
EG4 Arizona.EG25 Mississippi.
EG5 California.EG26 Missouri.
EG6 Colorado.EG27 Montana.
EG7 Connecticut.EG28 Nebraska.
EG8 Delaware.EG29 Nevada.
EG9 District of Columbia.EG30 New Hampshire.
EG10 Florida.EG31 New Jersey.
EG11 Georgia.EG32 New Mexico.
EG12 Hawaii.EG33 New York.
EG12-1 Midway Islands.EG34 North Carolina.
EG13 Idaho.EG35 North Dakota.
EG14 Illinois.EG36 Ohio.
EG15 Indiana.EG37 Oklahoma.
EG16 Iowa.EG38 Oregon.
EG17 Kansas.EG39 Pennsylvania.
EG18 Kentucky.EG40 Rhode Island.
EG19 Louisiana.EG41 South Carolina.
EG20 Maine.EG42 South Dakota.
EG21 Maryland.EG43 Tennessee.

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EG THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ETC.-Continued.
 
EG44 Texas.EG54 Guam.
EG45 Utah.EG55 Puerto Rico.
EG46 Vermont.EG56 Virgin Islands.
EG47 Virginia.EG57 Panama Canal Zone.
EG48 Washington.EG58 Navassa ]Wand.
EG49 West Virginia.EC59 Swan Island.
EG50 Wisconsin.EG60 Wake Island.
EG51 Wyoming.EG61 Insular possessions (general).
EG52 Philippines.
EG53 American Samoa.

EH PERSONNEL CLASSIFICATION BOARD.
 

EI DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
 
EI1 Secretary of the Interior.
EI2 General Land Office.
EI2-1  Land districts and land offices.
EI3 Indian Affairs.
EI6 Bureau of Education.
EI7 Geological Survey.
EI8   Executive Division.
EI9   Geologic Branch.
EI10   Water Resources Branch.
EI11   Topographic Branch.
EI12   Land Classification Board.
EI13   Mineral Resources of United States Division.
EI14   Alaskan Mineral Resources Division.
EI15 Library of Department of Interior.
EI16 Publication Branch.
EI17 Reclamation Service.
EI19 National Park Service.
EI20 St. Elizabeths Hospital.
EI21 Howard University.
EI22 Board of Indian Commissioners.
EI23 Freedmen's Hospital.
EI24 Alaskan Engineering Commission.
EI25 War Mineral's Relief.
EI26 Returns Office:
EI27 Alaskan Railroads.
EI28 Territorial Officials.
EI29 Southern Appalachian National Park Commission.
EI30 Solicitor.
EI31 Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration.
EI32 Bureau of Mines.
EI33 Bureau of Insular Affairs.
EI34 Bureau of Fisheries.
EI35 Biological Survey.

EJ DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.
 
EJ1 Attorney General.
EJ2 Solicitor General.
EJ3 Director, Bureau of Investigation.
EJ4 Superintendent of Prisons.
EJ5 Attorney in charge of pardons.
EJ6 Attorney in charge of titles.
EJ7 Chief of Division of Accounts.
EJ8 Solicitor of Department of state.

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EJ DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE-Continued.
 
EJ9 Solicitor of the Treasury.
EJ10 Solicitor of Internal Revenue.
EJ13 Solicitor for the Department of Commerce.
EJ14 Solicitor for the Department of Labor.
EJ15 Federal penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga.
EJ16 Federal penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kans.
EJ17 District attorneys.
EJ18 United States marshals.
EJ19 Federal penitentiary, McNeil Island, Wash.
EJ20 Prison Industries.
EJ21 National Training School for Boys.

EK UNITED STATES RAILROAD LABOR BOARD.
 
EK1 Public group.
EK2 Labor group.
EK3 Management group.
EK4 Chief statistician.
EK5 Supervisor of dockets.
EK6 Disbursing officer.

EL DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.
 
EL1 Secretary of Labor.
EL2 Assistant Secretary of Labor.
EL3 Division of Publications and Supplies.
EL4 Division of Conciliation.
EL5 Bureau of Labor Statistics.
EL6 Bureau of Immigration.
EL7 Children's Bureau.
EL8 Bureau of Naturalization.
EL9 Women's Bureau.
EL10 United States Employment Service.
EL11 Bureau of Industrial Housing and Transportation.

EM MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENTS, CITIES, TOWNS, AND COUNTIES (TO BE FOLLOWED BY THE NAME OF CITY, COUNTY, OR TOWN SYMBOL).
 

EN DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY.
 
EN1 Secretary of the Navy.
EN1-1 Budgets and reports.
EN1-2 Naval petroleum and oil shale reserve office.
EN1-3 Inspectors of naval petroleum reserves, general.
EN1-4 Inspector of naval petroleum reserves, California.
EN1-5 Chief Clerk, Navy Department.
EN1-6 Inspector of naval petroleum reserve, Wyoming.
EN1-7 Civil disbursing officer (disbursing clerk).
EN1-8 Supply Division.
EN1-9 Inventions Division.
EN1-10 Quarterly Survey Office.
EN1-11 Record Division.
EN1-12 Division of Personnel Supervision and Management.
EN1-13 Coordinator of Shipbuilding.
EN1-14 Security Section, Secretary's Office.
EN1-15 Central Statistical Division.
EN1-16 Naval plant protection force (formerly naval civilian police).

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EN DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY-Continued.
 
Secretary of the Navy-Continued.
EN1-17 Public relations (now under Secretary's Office).
EN1-18 Coordinator for ship repair and conversion.
EN1-19 Secret of the naval advisory council.
EN1-20 Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Navy, New York N. Y. (shipbuilding campaign).
EN1-21 Navy Office of Defense Saving Bonds.
EN1-22 Coordinator of Research and Development.
EN1-23 Space Office.
EN2 Assistant Secretary.
EN2-1 Navy yard division.
EN2-2 Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Air.
EN2-3 Under Secretary of the Navy.
EN3 Office of Naval Operations.
EN3-1 War plans division.
EN3-2 Communication division.
EN3-3 Material division.
EN3-4 Naval districts division.
EN3-5 Submarine division.
EN3-6 Inspection division, inspection and survey, and joint merchant vessel board.
EN3-7 Fleet training division.
EN3-8 Policy and liaison section.
EN3-9 Ship movements division.
EN3-10 Intelligence.
EN3-11 Naval attaches.
EN3-12 Naval library and historical section.
EN3-13 Information section, O. N. I.
EN3-14 Inspector general, naval communications.
EN3-15 Technical office including inventions section.
EN3-16 Naval reserve policy section.
EN3-17 Inspection board for naval districts.
EN4 Bureau of Navigation.
EN4-1 Inspectors of navigation material (general).
EN4-2 Brooklyn, N. Y., inspector of navigation material.
EN5 Bureau of Yards and Docks.
EN6 Bureau of Ordnance.
EN6-1 Inspector of ordnance (general).
EN6-2 Quincy, Mass., inspector of ordnance.
EN6-3 Bridgeport, Conn., inspector of ordnance.
EN6-4 Groton, Conn., inspector of ordnance.
EN6-5 Schenectady, N. Y., inspector of ordnance.
EN6-6 New York, N. Y., inspector of ordnance.
EN6-7 Brooklyn, N. Y., inspector of ordnance, E. W. Bliss Co.
EN6-8 Brooklyn, N. Y., inspector of ordnance, Sperry Gyro Co.
EN6-9 Long Island City, N. Y., inspector of ordnance.
EN6-10 Rochester, N. Y., inspector of ordnance;
EN6-11 Erie, Pa., inspector of ordnance.
ENG-12 Munhall, Pa., inspector of ordnance.
EN6-13 Camden, N. J., inspector of ordnance.
EN6-14 Harrison, N. J., inspector of ordnance.
EN6-15 Philadelphia, Pa., inspector of ordnance, Midvale Steel Co.
EN6-16 Philadelphia, Pa., inspector of ordnance, Cramps Shipyard.
EN6-17 South Bethlehem, Pa., inspector of ordnance.

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EN DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY-Continued.
 
Bureeau of Ordnance-Continued.
EN6-18 Newport News, Va., inspector of ordnance.
EN6-19 Alexandria, Va., inspector of ordnance, 5th, 6th, and 7th inspection districts.
EN6-20 Chicago, Ill,, inspector of ordnance.
EN6-21 Mansfield, Ohio inspector of ordnance.
EN6-22 San Francisco Calif., inspector of ordnance.
EN6-23 Tacoma, Was. inspector of ordnance.
EN6-24 New York, N. Y., inspector of powder.
EN6-25 Brooklyn, N. Y., inspector of ordnance, Arma Engineering Co.
EN6-26 Washington Navy Yard, experimental ammunition unit.
EN6-27 Washington Navy Yard, mine building.
EN6-28 Philadelphia, Pa., inspector of ordnance, Marine Engineering Corporation.
EN6-29 Richmond, Va., inspector of ordnance, Tredegar's.
EN6-30 Kearny, N. J., inspector of ordnance.
EN6-31 Detroit Mich. inspector of ordnance, Vickers.
EN6-32 New York, NY., inspector of ordnance, Carl Norden.
EN6-33 Jersey City, N. J., inspector of ordnance.
EN6-34 Minneapolis, Minn., inspector of ordnance, Northern Pump Co.
EN6-35 Detroit, Mich., inspector of ordnance, Pontiac Division, General Motors Corporation, with additional duties at Hudson Motor.
EN6-36 York, Pa., inspector of ordnance, York Safe & Lock Co.
EN6-37 Pontiac, Mich., inspector of ordnance, Pontiac Motors Division of General Motors Corporation.
EN6-38 Providence, R. I., inspector of ordnance, American Oerlikon Gazda Co.
EN6-39 Bath, Maine, inspector of ordnance, Bath Iron Works Corporation.
EN6-40 Detroit, Mich., inspector of ordnance, Chrysler Corporation.
EN6-41 Hamilton, Ohio inspector of ordnance, Herring-Hall-Marvin Safe Co.
EN6-42 San Pedro, Calif., inspector of ordnance, Los Angeles, S. B. & D. D. Co.
EN6-43 Toledo, Ohio, inspector of ordnance, Willys-Overland Motors, Inc.
EN6-44 Los Angeles, Calif., inspector of ordnance, Consolidated Steel Corp. Ltd. of Calif.
EN6-45 Sunnyvale Calif., inspector of ordnance, Joshua Hendy Iron Works.
EN6-46 Martins Ferry, Ohio, inspector of ordnance, Blaw-Knox Co.
EN7 Bureau of Construction and Repair.
(Due to the combining of the Bureau of Construction and Repair and the Bureau of Engineering as the Bureau of Ships with symbol EN28, the EN7 group is obsolete and should not be used for current filing but only for reference to previous correspondence.)
EN7-1 Superintending constructors.
EN7-2 Inspectors of hull material.

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EN DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY-Continued.
 
Bureau of Construction and Repair-Continued.
EN7-3 Boards on hull changes.
EN7-4 Quincy, Mass., superintending constructor.
EN7-5 Bridgeport, Conn., superintending constructor.
EN7-6 Groton, Conn., superintending constructor.
EN7-7 New York N. Y., superintending constructor.
EN7-8 Camden, N. J. superintending constructor. .
EN7-9 Philadelphia, P'a. superintending constructor.
EN7-10 Newport News, V'a. superintending constructor.
EN7-11 San Francisco, CO., superintending constructor.
EN7-12 Tacoma, Wash., superintending constructor.
EN7-13
EN7-14 Philadelphia, Pa., superintending constructor, Marine Engineering Corporation.
EN7-15 Bath, Maine, superintending constructor.
EN7-16
EN7-17 Staten Island, N. Y., superintending constructor, United Dry Docks.
EN7-18 Kearny, N. J., superintending constructor, Federal Shipbuilding & Dry Dock.
EN7-19 Miami Fla., superintending constructor, Fogal Boat Yard, Inc.
EN7-20 Boston, Mass, inspector of hull material.
EN7-21 Schenectady, N. Y., inspector of hull material.
EN7-22 New York, N. Y., inspector of hull material.
EN7-23 Philadelphia, Pa., inspector of hull material.
EN7-24 Munhall, Pa., inspector of hull material.
EN7-25 New Orleans, La., superintending constructor, Higgins Industries.
EN7-26 Detroit, Mich., superintending constructor, Fisher Boat Works.
EN7-27 Stamford, Conn., superintending constructor, Luders Co.
EN7-28 Wilmington, Del., superintending constructor, American C. & F. Co.
EN7-29 Bay City, Mich., superintending constructor, Defoe of Engineering Works.
EN-8 Bureau of Engineering (obsolete-now Inspector of Machinery.)
EN8-1 Inspectors of machinery and material.
EN8-2 Quincy, Mass., inspectors of machinery.
EN8-3 Bridgeport, Conn., inspectors of machinery.
EN8-5 Groton, Conn., inspectors of machinery.
EN8-6 Camden, N. J., inspectors of machinery.
EN8-7 Pittsburgh Pa., inspectors of machinery.
EN8-9 Philadelphia, Pa., inspectors of machinery.
EN8-10 Newport News, Va., inspectors of machinery.
EN8-11 Tacoma, Wash., inspectors of machinery.
EN8-12 Boston, Mass., inspectors of engineering material.
EN8-13 New York, N. Y., inspectors of engineering material.
EN8-14 Schenectady, N. Y., inspectors of engineering material.
EN8-15 Hartford, Conn., inspectors of engineering material.
EN8-16 Bethlehem, Pa., inspectors of engineering material.
EN8-17 Philadelphia Pa., inspectors of engineering material.
EN8-18 Pittsburgh, S., inspectors of engineering material.
EN8-19 Cincinnati, Ohio, inspectors of engineering material.
EN8-20 Chicago, Ill., inspectors of engineering material.

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EN DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY-Continued.
 
Bureau of Engineering-Continued.
EN8-21 Milwaukee, Wis. inspectors of engineering material.
EN8-22 San Francisco, Francisco, Calif., inspectors of engineering material.
EN8-23 San Francisco Calif., inspector of machinery, Bethlehem Union Iron Works.
EN8-24 Board on changes in machinery.
EN8-25 St. Louis, Mo., inspector of machinery.
EN8-26 Inspector general of machinery.
EN8-27 Shanghai, China, inspector of machinery.
EN8-28 Philadelphia, Pa., inspector of machinery, Marine Engineering Corporation.
EN8-30 New York, Central drafting office, inspector of machinery.
EN8-31 Bath, wine, inspector of machinery.
EN8-32 New York, inspector of machinery, Gibbs &Cox.
EN8-33 Staten island, . Y., inspector machinery.
EN8-34 Kearny, N. J. inspector of machinery.
EN8-35 Carteret, N. Y. inspector of machinery.
EN8-36 Bay City, Mich., inspector of machinery.
EN-8 Inspector of Machinery.
EN8-4 Schenectady N. Y., inspectors of machinery.
EN8-8 South Philadelphia, Pa., inspectors of machinery.
EN8-29 Bayonne, N. J., and Barberton, Ohio, inspector of machinery (works of Babcock &Wilcox).
EN8-37 Beloit, Wis., inspector of machinery, Fairbanks Morse Co.
EN8-38 Cleveland, Ohio, inspector of machinery, General Motors Corporation.
EN8-39 LaGrange, Ill., inspector of machinery, Electro-Motive Corporation.
EN-9 Bureau of Supplies and Accounts.
EN9-1 Navy purchasing and disbursing office (general).
EN9-2 New York, N. V, navy purchasing and disbursing office.
EN9-3 San Francisco, Calif., navy purchasing and disbursing office.
EN9-4 China, navy purchasing and disbursing office.
EN9-5 Navy cost inspectors (general).
EN9-6 Boston, Mass. navy cost inspector.
EN9-7 Philadelphia, Pa., navy cost inspector.
EN9-8 Erie, Pa., navy cost inspector.
EN9-9 Norfolk, Va., navy cost inspector.
EN9-10 Tacoma, Wash., navy cost inspector.
EN9-11 San Francisco, Calif., navy cost inspector.
EN9-12 General inspector of Supply Corps.
EN9-13 Area coordinators, Army Corps (general).
EN9-14 Boston Mass., area coordinator, First Army Corps.
EN9-15 New York, N. Y., area coordinator, Second Army Corps.
EN9-16 Philadelphia, Pa., area coordinator, Third Army Corps.
EN9-17 San Francisco, Calif., area coordinator, Fourth Army Corps.
EN9-18 Washington, D. C., navy detail with Veterans' Bureau.
EN9-19 Washington, D. C., navy detail with Bureau of Budget.

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EN DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY-Continued.
 
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts.-Continued.
EN9-20 Inspector of clothing.
EN9-21 Inspector of provisions.
EN9-22 Washington, D. C., central sales board, navy yard.
EN9-23 Newport, R. I., navy purchasing office.
EN9-24 San Pedro, Calif., navy disbursing office.
EN9-25 New York, N. Y., navy cost inspector, Gibbs and Cox.
EN9-26 Groton, Conn., navy cost inspector, Electric Boat Co
EN9-27 Quincy, Mass., navy cost inspector, Bethlehem Steel Co.
EN9-28 San Francisco, Calif., navy cost inspector, Bethlehem Steel Co.
EN9-29 Orange, Tea., navy cost inspector, Continental Steel Co.
EN9-30 Galveston, Tex., navy cost inspector, Todd Galveston D. D. Co.
EN9-31 Oakland, Calif., navy cost inspector, Morris Ship Yard.
EN9-32 Mobile, Ala., navy cost inspector, Alabama D. D. &S. B. Co.
EN9-33 San Pedro Calif., navy cost inspector, Los Angeles S. B. &D. D. Co.
EN9-34 Baltimore Md., navy cost inspector, Maryland D. D. Co.
EN9-35 Harbor Island, Seattle, Wash., navy cost inspector, Todd Seattle D. D. Co.
EN9-36 South Charleston, W. Va., navy cost inspector, Carnegie Illinois Steel Corp.
EN9-37 Chickasaw, Ala., navy cost inspector, Gulf Shipbuilding Corp.
EN9-38 Bath, Maine, navy cost inspector, Bath Iron Works.
EN9-39 Manitowoc, Wis., navy coat inspector, Manitowoc S. B. Co.
EN9-40 Seattle, Wash., navy cost inspector, Seattle-Tacoma S. B. Co.
EN9-41 San Pedro, Calif., navy cost inspector, Bethlehem Steel Co.
EN9-42 Philadelphia, Pa., navy cost inspector, Cramps Ship Yard.
EN9-43 Bethlehem, Pa., navy cost inspector, Bethlehem Steel Co.
EN9-44 Camden, N. J., navy cost inspector, New York S. B. Corporation.
EN9-45 Seattle, Wash., navy cost inspector, Lake Union D. D. &Mach. Works.
EN9-46 Pittsburgh, Pa., navy cost inspector, Westinghouse Co.
EN9-47 Houghton Wash., navy cost inspector, Lake Washington Ship Yard.
EN9-48 Macon, Ga., navy cost inspector, Reynolds Metal Co.
EN9-49 Cicero, Ill., navy cost inspector, Danby Much. Specialists, Inc.
EN9-50 Portland, Oreg., navy cost inspector, Willamette Iron &Steel Corporation.
EN9-51 Schenectady, N. Y., navy cost inspector, General Electric Co.
EN9-52 Tacony, Pa., navy cost inspector, Penna. Forge Co.

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EN DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY-Continued.
 
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts.-Continued.
EN9-53 Bay City, Mich., navy cost inspector, Defoe Boat &Motor Works.
EN9-54 Chester, Pa., navy cost inspector, Sun Shipbuilding Co.
EN9-55 Pascaguola, Miss., navy cost inspector, Ingalls S. B. Co.
EN9-56 Newport News, Va., navy cost inspector, Newport News S. B. &D. D. Co.
EN9-57 Nicetown, Pa., navy cost inspector, Midvale Steel Works.
EN9-58 Camden, N. J., navy cost inspector, Camden Forge Co.
EN9-59 Canton, N. J., navy cost inspector, Westinghouse E. &M. Co.
EN9-60 Indianapolis, Ind., navy cost inspector, Lukas, Harold Corporation.
EN9-61 Louisville, Ky., navy cost inspector, Westinghouse E. &M. Co.
EN9-62 Detroit Mich., navy cost inspector, Hudson Motor Car Co.
EN9-63 Great Lakes, Ill., navy cost inspector.
EN9-64 Irving, Pa., navy cost inspector, National Forge &Ordnance Co.
EN9-65 Harrison N. J., navy cost inspector, Crucible Iron &Steel Co.
EN9-66 Titusville, Pa., navy cost inspector, Struther-Wells Co.
EN9-67 Mingo Junction, Ohio, navy cost inspector, Carnegie Illinois Steel Corporation.
EN9-68 Erie, Pa., navy cost inspector, Erie Forge Co.
EN9-69 Munhall Pa., navy cost inspector, Carnegie Illinois Steel Corporation.
EN9-70 Alameda, Calif., navy cost inspector, General Eng.&D. D. Co.
EN9-71 Special inspector's group.
EN9-72 Pawcatuck, Conn., navy cost inspector, United Aircraft Corp.
EN9-73 Hamilton, Ohio, navy cost inspector, General Mach.
EN9-74 Coatesville, Pa., navy cost inspector, Lukens Steel Co.
EN9-75 Birmingham, Ala., navy cost inspector, Ingalls S. B. Co.
EN9-76 Sunnyvale, Calif., navy cost inspector, Joshua Hendley Co.
EN9-77 Erie, Pa., navy cost inspector, General Electric Co.
EN9-78 York, Pa., navy cost inspector, York Safe &Lock Co.
EN9-79 Cincinnati, Ohio, navy cost inspector, King Machine Tool Co.
EN9-80 Newport, R. I., navy cost inspector, navy purchasing office.
EN9-81 Los Angeles, Calif., navy cost inspector, Consolidated Steel Corporation.
EN9-82 Tampa, Fla., navy cost inspector, Tampa S. B. Co.
EN9-83 Charleston, S. C., navy cost inspector, Charleston S. B. &D. D. Co.
EN9-84 Minneapolis, Minn., navy cost inspector, General Mills Inc.

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EN DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY-Continued.
 
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts.-Continued.
EN9-85 Newark, N. J., navy cost inspector, Quimby Pump Co.
EN9-86 Baltimore, Md., navy cost inspector, Rustless Iron &Steel Works.
EN9-87 Birdsboro, Pa. navy cost inspector, Birdsboro Steel Foundry &Mach. Co.
EN9-88 Pontiac, Mich., navy cost inspector, General Motors
EN9-89 Buffalo, N. Y., navy cost inspector, Sterling Engine Co.
EN9-90 Tacoma, Wash., navy cost inspector, Seattle-Tacoma S. B. Co.
EN9-91 Rochester, N. Y., navy cost inspector, Bausch and Lomb Optical Co.
EN9-92 Milwaukee, Wis., navy cost inspector, Nordberg Mfg. Co.
EN9-93 Salem, Mass., navy cost inspector, Atwood Morrill Co.
EN9-94 College Point, N. Y., navy cost inspector, Edo Aircraft Corporation.
EN9-95 Beaver Falls, Pa., navy cost inspector, Babcock Wilcox Co.
EN9-96 Long Island City, N. Y., navy cost inspector, Brewster Aeronautical Corporation.
EN9-97 Savannah, Ga., navy cost inspector, Savannah Mach. &Fdry. Co.
EN9-98 Elkton, Md., navy cost inspector, Triumph Explosives, Inc.
EN9-99 Martin's Ferry, Ohio, navy cost inspector, Blaw-Knox Co.
EN9-100 Providence, R.. I., navy cost inspector, Oerliken Gazda Corporation.
EN9-101 West Orange, N. J., navy cost inspector, Thomas A. Edison Inc.
EN9-102 Toledo, Ohio, navy cost inspector, Willys-Overland Motors Inc.
EN9-103 New York, N. Y. (and Lebaron, N. J.), navy cost inspector, Excel Foundry 8: Machinery Co.
EN9-104 Hamilton, Ohio, navy cost inspector, Herring-Hall-Marvin Safe Co.
EN9-105 Cleveland, Ohio, navy cost inspector, Barth Stamping &Machine Works.
EN9-106 Chicago Heights, Ill., navy cost inspector, American Locomotive Works.
EN9-107 Detroit, Mich., navy cost inspector, Graham-Paige Motor Co.
EN9-108 Denver, Colo., navy cost inspector, Wight Engineering Supply Co.
EN9-109 Los Angeles, Calif., navy cost inspector, Automatic Machine Screw Co.
EN9-110 Torrance, Calif., navy cost inspector, National Supply Plant Corp.
EN9-111 Philadelphia, Pa., navy cost inspector, Day &Zimmerman, Inc.
EN9-112 San Francisco, Calif., navy cost inspector, Union Iron Works.

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EN DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY-Continued.
 
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts.-Continued.
EN9-113 Bridgeport, Conn., navy cost inspector, Bridgeport Brass Co.
EN9-114 Mobile, Ala., navy cost inspector, Choctaw Boat Works, Inc.
EN9-115 Cranston, R. I., navy cost inspector, Standard Machinery Co.
EN9-116 Centerline, Mich., navy cost inspector, Hudson Motor Car Co.
EN9-117 New York, AT. Y., navy cost inspector, Merritt-Chapman &Scott Corp.
EN9-118 Algiers, New Orleans, La., navy cost inspector, Todd-Johnson D. D. Co.
EN9-119 San Francisco, Calif., navy cost inspector, United Engineering Co. Ltd.
EN9-120 Sidney, Ohio, navy cost inspector, Monarch Machine Tool Co.
EN9-121 Boston, Mass., navy cost inspector, Hartford Electric Steel Corp.
EN9-122 Detroit, Mich., navy cost inspector, Lyon, Inc.
EN9-123 Brooklyn, N. Y., navy cost inspector, Atlantic Basin Iron Works.
EN9-124 Port Columbus, Ohio, navy cost inspector, Curtis-Wright Corp.
EN9-125 New York 14. Y., navy cost inspector, Farrand optical Co.
EN9-126 Milwaukee, Wis., navy cost inspector, Falk Corp.
EN9-127 Plainfield, N. J., navy cost inspector, Walter Scott Co., Inc.
EN9-128 Harrison, N. J., navy cost inspector, Worthington Pump &Machine Corp.
EN9-129 Camden, N. J., navy cost inspector, Radio Corp. of America.
EN9-130 First naval district, supervisory cost inspector.
EN9-131 Third naval district, supervisory cost inspector.
EN9-132 Fourth naval district, supervisory cost inspector.
EN9-133 Fifth naval district, supervisory cost inspector.
EN9-134 Ninth naval district, supervisory cost inspector.
EN9-135 Twelfth naval district, supervisory cost inspector.
EN9-136 Thirteenth naval district, supervisory cost inspector.
EN9-137 New York, N. Y., navy cost inspector, Bristol &Martin, Inc.
EN9-138 Chicago, Ill., navy cost inspector, Amertorp Corp.
EN9-139 Detroit, Mich., navy cost inspector, Vickers, Inc.
EN9-140 Waterbury, Conn., navy cost inspector, Vickers, Inc., Waterbury Tool Division.
EN9-141 Pittsfield, Mass., navy cost inspector, General Electric Co.
EN9-142 Detroit, Mich., navy cost inspector, Federal-Mogul Corp.
EN9-143 Detroit, Mich., navy cost inspector, Ex-Cell-O Corp.
EN9-144 Detroit, Mich., navy cost inspector, Aviation Corp., (Republic Aircraft Products Division).
EN9-145 Detroit, Mich., navy cost inspector, Bohn Aluminum &Brass Corp.
EN9-146 Santa Monica, Calif., navy cost inspector, Douglas Aircraft, Inc.

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EN DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY-Continued.
 
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts.-Continued.
EN9-147 West Bond, Wis., navy cost inspector, West Bond Aluminum Co.
EN9-148 Milwaukee, Wis., navy cost inspector, A. O. Smith
EN9-149 Renton, Wash., navy cost inspector, Boeing Aircraft Co.
EN9-150 Seattle, Wash., navy cost inspector, Boeing Aircraft Co.
EN9-151 Hartford, Conn., navy cost inspector, Maxim Silencer Co.
EN9-152 Vernon, Calif., navy cost inspector, Western Gear Works.
EN9-153 Springfield, Ohio, navy cost inspector, National Supply Co.
EN9-154 Port Arthur, Tea. navy cost inspector, Tesasteel Manufacturing 6o.
EN9-155 Muskegon, Mich., navy cost inspector, Kaydon Engineering Co
EN9-156 Philadelphia, Pa., navy cost inspector, Joyce Machine Co.
EN9-157 Coatesville, Pa., navy cost inspector, By-Products Steel Corp.
EN9-158 Milwaukee, Wis., navy cost inspector, Globe-Union, Inc.
EN9-159 Millington, Morris County, N. J., navy cost inspector, Asbestos Limited, Inc.
EN9-160 Brooklyn, N. Y., navy cost inspector, Sullivan D. D. &Repair Co.
EN9-161 Bayonne, N. J., navy cost inspector, Electric Boat
EN9-162 Hoboken, N. J., navy cost inspector, Tietjen and Lang D. D. Company.
EN9-163 Brooklyn, N. Y., navy cost inspector, Robins D. D. &Repair Co.
EN9-164 Toledo, Ohio, navy cost inspector, The Mather Spring Co.
EN9-165 Columbus, Ohio, navy cost inspector, Bonney-Floyd Co.
EN9-166 Philadelphia, Pa., navy cost inspector, American Pulley Co.
EN9-167 Philadelphia, Pa., navy cost inspector, Phila. Non-Ferrous Fdry., Inc.
EN9-168 Norfolk, Va., navy cost inspector, Norfolk S. B. &D. D. Company.
EN9-169 Bridgeport, Co nn., navy cost inspector, Jenkins Bros.
EN9-170 San Diego, Calif., navy cost inspector, Consolidated Aircraft Corp.
EN9-171 New Orleans, La., navy cost inspector, V. M. Friede, Inc.
EN9-172 Trenton, N. J., navy cost inspector, DeLaval Steam Turbine Co.
EN9-173 Hamilton, Ohio, navy cost inspector, Hoovers-Owens-Rentschler Co.
EN9-174 Cincinnati, Ohio, navy cost inspector, American Tool Works Co.
EN9-175 Muncie, Ind., navy cost inspector, Durham Mfg. Co.

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EN DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY-Continued.
 
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts.-Continued.
EN9-176 San Francisco, Calif., navy cost inspector, Enterprise Engine &Fdry. Co.
EN9-177 San Francisco, Calif., navy cost inspector, Western Pipe &Steel Co.
EN9-178 Niles, Calif., navy cost inspector, Pacific States Steel Corp.
EN9-179 Dunkirk, N. Y., navy cost inspector, American Locomotive Co.
EN9-180 Fort Wayne, Ind., navy cost inspector, Wayne Pump Co
EN9-181 Huntington, Ind., navy cost inspector, Hosdreg Co., Inc.
EN10 Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.
EN11 Bureau of Aeronautics.
EN11-1 Inspectors of naval aircraft (general).
EN11-2 Eastern district, N. Y., general inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-3 Dayton, Ohio, McCook Field, central division, general inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-4 Garden City, Long Island, inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-5 Keyport N. J., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-6 Hartford, inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-7 Ogdensburg, N. Y., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-8 Buffalo, N. Y., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-9 Hammondsport, N. Y., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-10 Dayton, Ohio, inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-11 Akron, Ohio, inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-12 Cleveland, Ohio, inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-13 Detroit (Muskegon) Mich., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-14 Santa Monica, (El Segundo), Calif., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-15 New York, N. Y., inspector of naval aircraft, Loening.
EN11-16 Seattle, Wash., inspector off naval aircraft, Boeing.
EN11-17 Buffalo N. Y., inspector of naval aircraft, Consolidated Aircraft Co. (obsolete).
EN11-18 Paterson, N. J., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-19 Bristol, Pa. inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-20 Baltimore, Md., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-21 Bethpage, Long Island, N. Y. (formerly Farmingdale, N. Y.), inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-22 Wichita, Kans., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-23 San Diego (Chula Vista), Calif., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-24 Long Island, N. Y., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-25 Stratford, Conn., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-26 Western District, general inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-27 Tulsa, Okla., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-28 Robertson, Mo., inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-29 Port Columbus, Ohio, inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-30 Baltimore, Md., resident inspector of naval catapults.
EN11-31 Harrison, N. J., resident inspector of naval catapults.
EN11-32 Philadelphia, Pa., resident inspector of naval aircraft.

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EN11 Bureau of Aeronautics.-Continued.
EN11-33 Dallas, Tex., resident inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-34 Deep River, Conn., resident inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-35 Miami, Flat, resident inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-36 Norwood, Ohio, resident inspector of naval aircraft.
EN11-37 Long Island, N. Y., College Point, inspector of naval aircraft.
EN12 Office of the Judge Advocate General of the Navy.
EN13 Naval Consulting Board.
EN14 Compensation Board.
EN15 General Board.
EN16 Board of Medical Examiners.
EN17 Naval Examining Board.
EN18 Naval Retiring Board.
EN19 Naval Dispensary.
EN20 Board for Examination of Medical Officers.
EN21 Board for Examination of Dental Officers.
EN22 Hydrographic Office.
EN22-1 General.
EN22-2 Boston, Mass.
EN22-3 Portland, Maine.
EN22-4 New York, N. Y.
EN22-5 Buffalo, N. Y.
EN22-6 Philadelphia, Pa.
EN22-7 Baltimore Md.
EN22-8 Norfolk, Va.
EN22-9 Savannah, Ga.
EN22-10 New Orleans La.
EN22-11 Galveston Tex.
EN22-12 Duluth, Rion.
EN22-13 Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
EN22-14 Chicago, Ill.
EN22-15 Cleveland, Ohio.
EN22-16 Portland, Oreg.
EN22-17 San Francisco, Calif.
EN22-18 Panama, C. Z.
EN22-19 Seattle, Wash.
EN22-20 San Juan, P. R.
EN22-21 Hawaii, fourteenth naval district.
EN22-22 San Pedro, Calif.
EN22-23 Detroit, Mich.
EN23 Naval Observatory.
EN24 Inspectors of naval material, general.
EN24-1 Boston, Mass.
EN24-2 Hartford, Conn.
EN24-3 Schenectady, N. Y.
EN24-4 New York, N. Y.
EN24-5 Philadelphia, Pa.
EN24-6 Bethlehem, Pa.
EN24-7 Pittsburgh, Pa.
EN24-8 Cincinnati, Ohio.
EN24-9 Chicago, Ill.
EN24-10 Southern area.
EN24-11 Vernon, Calif. (Los Angeles district).
EN24-12 San Francisco, Calif.
EN24-13 Seattle, Wash.
EN24-14 Detroit, Mich.

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EN DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY-Continued.
 
EN24 Inspectors of naval material, general.-Continued.
EN24-15 Cleveland, Ohio.
EN24-16 Monroe, Mich., resident inspector.
EN24-17 Tecumseh, Mich., resident inspector.
EN24-18 Minneapolis, Minn., inspector of naval material.
EN25 Supervisor of Shipbuilding.
EN25-1 Supervisor of Ship building, general inspector.
EN25-2 Bayonne, N. J., Electric Boat Co.
EN25-3 Bay City, Mich., Defoe Boat &Motor Works.
EN25-4 Stamford, Conn., Luders Marine Construction Co.
EN25-5 Wilmin1ton, Del., American Car &Foundry Co.
EN25-6 Bath, Maine, Bath Iron Works.
EN25-7 Quincy, Mass., Bethlehem Steel Co.
EN25-8 Groton, Conn., Electric Boat Co.
EN25-9 Camden, N. J., New York S. B. Corporation.
EN25-10 Newport News, Va., Newport News S. B. &D. D.
EN25-11 New York N. Y., Various S. B. Firms.
EN25-12 Kearny NJ., Federal S. B. &D. D. Co.
EN25-13 New Orleans, La., Higgins Industries, Inc.
EN25-14 Miami, Fla., Fogal Boat Works.
EN25-15 Detroit Mich. Fisher Boat Works.
EN25-16 Staten Island R. Y., Bethlehem Steel Co.
EN25-17 San Francisco, Calif., Bethlehem Steel Co. (Union Plant).
EN25-18 Seattle, Wash., Seattle-Tacoma S. B. Co.
EN25-19 Orange, Tex., Consolidated Steel Corporation.
EN25-20 Manitowoc, Wis., Manitowoc S. B. &D. D. Co., branch at Chicago, Ill., Henry C. Grebe &Co.
EN25-21 Cleveland, Ohio American S. B. Co.
EN25-22 Houghton, Wash. Lake Washington Ship Yards.
EN25-23 Portland, Oreg., Commercial Iron Works.
EN25-24 San Pedro, Calif., Bethlehem- Steel Co.
EN25-25 San Pedro, Calif., Los Angeles S. B. &D. D. Co.
EN25-26 Chickasaw Ala., Gulf S. . Co.
EN25-27 Lorraine, Ohio, American S. B. Co.
EN25-28 Philadelphia Pa., Cramps S. B. Co.
EN25-29 Pascagoula Miss., Ingalls S. B. Co.
EN25-30 Portland, Oreg., Willamette Iron &Steel Corporation.
EN25-32 Pittsburgh, Pa., Dravo Corp., Neville Island.
EN25-33 Annapolis, Md., Annapolis Yacht Yard.
EN25-34 Nashville, Tenn., Nashville Bridge Co.
EN25-35 Jeffersonville, Ind., Jeffersonville Boat and Machine Corporation.
EN25-36 Tampa, Fla., Tampa S. B. Co., branch at Miami S. B. Corporation, Miami, Fla.
EN25-37 Charleston, S. C., Charleston S. B. &D. D. Co.
EN25-38 Savannah, Ga., Savannah Machine &Foundry Co., branch at Gibbs Gas Engine Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
EN25-39 Camden, N. J., R. T. C. Ship Building Corporation.
EN25-40 Alameda, Calif., Pacific Coast Engineering.
EN26 Citizens Naval Training Camp, inspector.
EN27 General Staff of the Navy.

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EN28 Bureau of Ships.
EN28-1 Board on changes.
EN28-2 Special representative, gulf area, headquarters, New Orleans, La.
EN30 Washington, D. C. (Bethesda, Md.)., Naval Medical Center.

EO UNITED STATES BUREAU OF EFFICIENCY.
 

EP POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT.
 
EP1 Postmaster General.
EP3 Division of Solicitor.
EP4 Division of Purchasing Agent.
EP5 Division of Post Office Inspectors.
EP6 First Assistant Postmaster General.
Division of Post Office Service.
Division of Postmasters' Appointments.
Division of Dead Letters.
Division of Correspondence.
EP7 Second Assistant Postmaster General.
Division of Railway Adjustments.
Division of Foreign Mails.
Division of Railway Mail Service.
Division of Air Mail Service.
Superintendent of radio.
EP8 Third Assistant Postmaster General.
Classification.
Finance Division.
Money orders.
Postal savings.
Registered mails.
Stamps.
EP9 Fourth Assistant Postmaster General.
Division of Rural Mails.
Division of Engineering and Research Division of
Post Office Corps.
Division of Equipment and Supplies.
Mail equipment shops.
Superintendent of Motor Vehicle Service.
EP10 Comptroller.
Division of Postmasters' Accounts.
Division of Postal Service Pay Rolls.
Electrical accounting system.

EQ FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD.
 

ER FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION.
 
ER1 Legal Division.
ER2 Economic Division.
ER3 Export Trade Division.
ER4 Trading With Enemy Division.
ER5 Administration Division.

ES DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
 
ES1 The Secretary of State.
ES2 Undersecretary of State.
ES3 Division of Far Eastern Affairs.

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ES4 Division of Mexican Affairs.
ES5 Division of Russian Affairs.
ES6 Division of Near Eastern Affairs.
ES7 Division of Latin American Affairs:
ES8 Division of Passport Control.
ES9 Division of Western European Affairs.
ES10 Division of Publications.
ES11 Division of Political and Economic Information.
ES12 Division of Current Information.
ES13 Bureau of Accounts.
ES14 Disbursing clerk.
ES15 Bureau of Appointments.
ES16 Bureau of Consular Service.
ES17 Bureau of Diplomatic Service.
ES18 Embassies, legations, ambassadors, ministers, and diplomats, special officers.
ES19 Consulates.
ES20 Bureau of Indexes and Archives.
ES21 Editor of Laws of Congress.
ES22 Officer in charge of ceremonials.
ES23 Division of Eastern European Affairs.
ES24 Division of Foreign Service Administration.
ES25 Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce.
ES26 Foreign Agriculture Service.

ET DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY.
 
ET1 The Secretary of the Treasury.
ET2 The Undersecretary (in charge of fiscal affairs).
ET3 Comptroller of the Currency.
ET4 Treasurer of the United States.
ET5 National Bank Redemption Agency.
ET6 Bureau of the Budget.
EN6-1 Chief coordinator.
EN6-2 Coordinator, motor transport.
EN6-3 Federal Real Estate Board.
EN6-4 Coordinator for traffic.
EN6-5 Interdepartmental Board of Contracts and Adjustments.
EN6-6 Federal Purchasing Board and Procurement Division.
EN6-7 Division of Statistical Standards of Government Reports (formerly, Federal Statistical Board).
ET7 Commissioner of Internal Revenue.
ET8 Director of the Mint.
ET9 Register of the Treasury.
ET10 Federal Farm Loan Bureau.
ET11 Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
ET12 Bureau of Public Health Service.
ET12-1 Quarantine stations.
ET13 Hygienic Laboratory.
ET14 The Coast Guard.
ET15 Supervising Architect's Office.
ET16 General Supply Committee.
ET17 Customhouse (customs).
ET18 Prohibition Bureau.
Agents and inspectors.
ET19 Bureau of Lighthouses.
ET20 Division of Disbursements.

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EU AERONAUTIC COMMISSION-CIVIL AUTHORITY.
 

EV UNITED STATES RAMROAD ADMINISTRATION.
 
EV1 Director General.
EV2 Assistant to Director General.

EW DEPARTMENT OF WAR.
 
EW1 Secretary.
EW2 Assistant Secretary.
EW3 War Department General Staff.
EW3-1 Military intelligence.
EW3-2 Military attaches.
EW4 Chief of Cavalry.
EW5 Chief of Field Artillery.
EW6 Chief of Coast Artillery.
EW7 Chief of Infantry.
EW8 Chief of Chaplains.
EW9 Adjutant General.
EW10 Inspector General.
EW11 Judge Advocate General.
EW12 Quartermaster General.
Army Transportation Service.
EW13 Chief of Finance.
EW14 Surgeon General of the Army.
Army Medical Museum and Library.
Army Medical School.
Attending surgeon.
EW15 Chief of Engineers.
Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors.
Public Buildings and Grounds. (See GD.)
United States Engineer Office.
Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Mich.
Mississippi River Commission.
California Debris Commission.
EW16 Chief of Ordnance.
EW17 Chief Signal Officer.
EW18 Chief of the Air Service.
EW19 Bureau of Insular Affairs. - (See EL33.)
EW20 Militia Bureau (Army).
EW21 Chief of the Chemical Warfare Service.
EW22 Inland and Coastwise Waterways Service. (See EC20.)
EW23 War Credits Board.
EW24 Army War College.
EW25 Army reproduction plant.
EW26 Citizens military, training camps.
EW27 Army arsenals, etc.
EW27-1 Edgewood.
EW27-2 Frankford.
EW27-3 Picatinny.
EW27-4 Watervliet.
EW27-5 Aberdeen proving ground.
EW27-6 Watertown.
EW27-7 Rock Island.
EW27-8 Pig Point ordnance depot (Nansemond).
EW27-9 Raritan.
EW27-10 Venicia.
EW28 Army schools.

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EX UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION (OBSOLETE).
 
EX1 President of Board.
EX2 General comptroller.
EX3 Treasurer.
EX4 General counsel.
EX5 Operation.
EX6 Allocation and charters.
EX7 Traffic.
EX8 Finances.
EX9 Ship sales and surplus property.
EX10 Department of Maintenance and Repair.
EX11 Operating Department.
EX12 Allocations Department.
EX13 Chartering Department.
EX14 Traffic Department.
EX15 Insurance Department.
EX16 Ship Sales Department.
EX17 Surplus Property Department.

EY THE JOINT ARMY AND NAVY BOARD.
 

EZ UNITED STATES COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE.
 

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FA SECTIONS (VESSELS).
 
FA1 Section 1.
FA2 Section 2.
Etc.

FB DIVISIONS (VESSELS).
 
FB1 Battleship.
FB2 Carrier.
FB3 Cruiser.
FB4 Destroyer.
FB5 Submarine.
FB6 Mine.
FB7 Transport.
FB8 Motor torpedo boat.
FB9 Train.
FB10 Sub chaser.
FB11 Experimental.
To individualize this class designation, add thereto the identification number of the Division in question. Example:
FB1-1. Battleship Division 1.
FB7-3. Transport Division 3.

FC SQUADRONS (VESSELS).
 
FC4 Destroyer.
FC5 Submarine.
FC6 Mine squadron.
FC8 Motor torpedo boat.
FC10 Sub chaser.
To individualize this class designation, add thereto the identification number of the Squadron in question. Example:
FC4-2. Destroyer Squadron 2.
FC10-5. Sub Chaser Squadron 5.

FD FLOTILLAS (VESSELS).
 

FD4 Destroyer.
 
To individualize this class designation, add thereto the identification number of the Flotilla in question. Example: FD4-4. Destroyer Flotilla 4.

FE FORCE (VESSELS).
 
FE1 Battle.FE14 Air.
FE2 Base.FE15 Patrol.
FE3 Scouting.FE16 Convoy.
FE4 Control.FE17 Mine laying.
FE5 Screening.FE18 Observation.
FE6 Fleet transportation.FE19 Coastal.
FE7 Attack.FE20 Raiding.
FE8 Support.FE21 Pickets.
FE9 Striking.FE22 Out guards.
FE10 Escort.FE23 Main body.
FE11 Blockade.FE24 Task.
FE12 Protective.FE25 Amphibian.
FE13 Mine-sweeping. 

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FF FLEETS (VESSELS).
 
The first FF Group appearing below is obsolete, and to be used only for correspondence prior to April 1, 1931. The second FF Group appearing below is obsolete, and to be used for correspondence between April 1, 1931, and June 30, 1941. For current correspondence use the symbols appearing in the third FF Group.
FF1 United States Fleet.
FF2 Battle Fleet.
FF2-1 Battleship divisions.
FF2-2 Destroyer squadrons.
FF2-3 Aircraft squadrons.
FF2-4 Submarine divisions.
FF3 Scouting Fleet.
FF3-1 Battleship divisions.
FF3-2 Light cruiser divisions.
FF3-3 Destroyer squadrons.
FF3-4 Aircraft squadrons.
FF3-5 Training squadrons.
FF4 Control Force.
FF4-1 Submarine divisions.
FF4-2 Mine squadron 1.
FF5 Fleet Base Force.
FF5-1 Train squadron 1
FF5-2 Train squadron 2.
FF5-3 Mine squadron 2.
FF6 Asiatic Fleet.
FF6-1 Yangtze patrol.
FF6-2 South China patrol.
FF6-3 Destroyer squadrons.
FF6-4 Submarine visions.
FF6-5 Mine detachment.
FF6-6 Air force.
FF6-7 Auxiliary.
FF7 Naval Forces (Europe).
FF7-1 Destroyer detachment.
FF8 Special service squadron.
FF9 Naval transportation service.
FF10 Vessels on special duty.
FF11 Carrier divisions.
FF11-1 Carrier division 1.
FF11-2 Carrier division 2.
FF12 Mine force (mine squadron 1).
FF12-1 Mine division 1.
FF12-2 Mine division 2.
AFTER April 1, 1931
 
FF1 United States Fleet.
FF2 Battle Force, United States Fleet.
FF2-1 Battleships.
FF2-2 Destroyers.
FF2-3 Aircraft.
FF2-5 Minecraft.
FF2-6 Cruisers.

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FF FLEETS (VESSELS)-Continued.
 
AFTER APRIL 1, 1931-Continued.
FF3 Scouting Force, United States Fleet.
FF3-2 Cruisers.
FF3-3 Destroyers.
FF3-4 Aircraft.
FF3-5 Training squadron.
FF4 Submarine Force, United States Fleet.
FF4-3 Squadron 3, operating Coco Solo.
FF4-4 Squadron 4, operating Pearl Harbor.
FF4-5 Submarine Division 4, operating New London.
FF4-6 Submarine Division 12, operating Battle force.
FF5 Base Force, United States Fleet.
FF5-1 Training squadron 1.
FF5-2 Training squadron 2.
FF5-4 Aircraft training squadron 1.
FF5-5 Aircraft training squadron 2.
FF6 Asiatic Fleet.
FF7 Naval forces, Europe.
FF8 Special service squadron.
FF9 Naval transportation service.
FF10 Vessels on special duty.
FF11 Training detachment, United States Fleet.
FF11-1 Destroyer training detachment, United States Fleet.
FF12 Pacific Fleet.
FF12-1 Battle force.
FF12-2 Battleships, battle force.
FF12-3 Cruisers, battle force.
FF12-4 Destroyers, battle force.
FF12-5 Aircraft, battle force.
FF12-6 Minecraft, battle force.
FF12-7 Scouting force.
FF12-8 Cruisers, scouting force.
FF12-9 Aircraft scouting force.
FF12-10 Submarine, scouting force.
FF12-11 Experimental division.
FF12-12 Base force.
FF12-13 Train, base force.
FF12-14 Transports, base force.
FF12-15 Task force.
FF13 Atlantic Fleet.
FF13-1 Motor torpedo squadron 1.
FF13-2 Motor torpedo squadron 2.
FF13-3 Submarine chaser squadron 1.
FF13-4 Battleships.
FF13-5 Cruisers.
FF13-6 Destroyers.
FF13-7 Aircraft squadron.
FF13-8 Submarine squadron.
FF13-9 Train.
FF13-10 Transports.
FF13-11 Submarine chaser squadron.
FF13-12 Motor torpedo squadron 3.
FF13-13 Submarine squadron 20.
Submarine patrol group.
FF13-14 Mine craft.
FF13-15 Support force.

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FF FLEETS (VESSELS)-Continued.
 
AFTER JULY 1, 1941

FF FLEETS (VESSELS).
 
FF1 United States Fleet.
FF6 Asiatic Fleet.
FF6-1 Yangtze patrol.
FF6-2 South China patrol
FF6-3 Destroyers.
FF6-4 Aircraft.
FF7 Naval forces, Europe.
FF8 Special service squadron.
FF9 Naval transportation service.
FF10 Vessels on special duty.
FF12 Pacific Fleet.
FF12-1 Battle force.
FF12-2 Battleships, battle force.
FF12-3 Cruisers, battle force.
FF12-4 Destroyers, battle force.
FF12-5 Aircraft, battle force.
FF12-6 Minecraft, battle force.
FF12-7 Scouting force.
FF12-8 Cruisers, scouting force.
FF12-9 Aircraft, scouting force.
FF12-10 Submarines, scouting force.
FF12-12 Base force.
FF12-16 Commander, patrol wings.
FF12-17 Advanced carrier training group.
FF13 Atlantic Fleet.
FF13-2 Aircraft.
FF13-4 Battleships.
FF13-5 Cruisers.
FF13-6 Destroyers.
FF13-8 Submarines.
FF13-9 Train.
FF13-16 Commander, patrol wings.
FF13-17 Advanced carrier training group.
For further subdivision of vessels into smaller groups such as Divisions, Squadrons, and Flotillas see the FB, FC, and FD groups, respectively. Symbols for these in the above FF classifications are obsolete.

FG AIR GROUPS.
 
FG1 Blank.FG11 Intrepid.
FG2 Lexington.FG12 Searsarge.
FG3 Saratoga.FG13 Franklin.
FG4 Ranger.FG14 Hancock.
FG5 Yorktown.FG15 Randolph.
FG6 Enterprise.FG16. Cabot.
FG7 Wasp.FG17 Bunker Hill.
FG8 Hornet.FG18 Oriskany.
FG9 Essex.FG19 Ticonderoga.
FG10 Bon Homme Richard.FG20 Long Island.
FH UNITS (VESSELS).

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FJ DETACHMENTS (VESSELS).
 

FP PATROL WINGS (AIRCRAFT).
 
To individualize this class designation, add thereto the identification number of the particular wing in question. Example:
FP1. Patrol Wing No. 1.
FP6. Patrol Wing No. 6.

FS SHIP OR SHIPS.
 

FT TRAIN (VESSELS).
 

FU UTILITY WINGS (AIRCRAFT).
 

FV SQUADRONS (AIRCRAFT).
 
FV1 Transitional Training Squadron.
To individualize this class designation, add thereto the identification number of the particular Squadron in question. Example:
FVO-1. Observation Squadron 1.
FVCS-9. Cruiser Squadron 9.

GA COLUMBIA INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF.
 

GB UNITED STATES INTERDEPARTMENTAL SOCIAL HYGIENE BOARD.
 

GC INTERNATIONAL SANITARY BUREAU.
 

GD OFFICE OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS FOR THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
 

GE LINCOLN MEMORIAL COMMISSION.
 

GF GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE.
 

GG INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION.
 
GG1 Director of accounts.
GG2 Director of finance.
GG3 Chief examiner.
GG4 Chief, bureau of informal cases.
GG5 Bureau of inquiry.
GG6 Chief counsel.
GG7 Chief, bureau of locomotive inspection.
GG8 Bureau of service.
GG9 Director of statistics.
GG10 Director of traffic.
GG11 Director of valuation.
GG12 Federal coordinator of transportation.

GH DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA-COMMISSIONERS, ETC.
 

GI CARNEGIE INSTITUTE.
 

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GJ CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES.
 
GJ1 United States Senate.
GJ1-1   President or President pro tempore.
GJ2 United States House of Representatives.
GJ2-1   Speaker of.
GJ3 Library of Congress.
GJ3-1   Librarian of Congress.
GJ4 Senate and House joint committee.
GJ5 Senate committee.
GJ6 House committee.
GJ7 Members of Senate.
GJ8 Members of House.
GJ9 Congressional Directory.
Congressional Record.

GK AMERICAN BUREAU OF SHIPPING.
 

GL UNITED STATES CAPITOL.
 
GL1 Architect of the Capitol.

GM UNITED STATES BOTANIC GARDENS.
 

GN PAN AMERICAN UNION.
 

GO CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION.
 

GP GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
 

GQ SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
 

GR CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS OF THE UNITED STATES.
 

GS DISTRICT COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES.
 

GT COURT OF CLAIMS OF THE UNITED STATES.
 

GU UNITED STATES COURT OF CUSTOMS APPEALS.
 

GV STATE SUPREME COURTS.
 

GW STATE APPELLATE COURTS.
 

GX STATE AND COUNTY COURTS OTHER THAN STATE SUPREME AND APPELLATE COURTS.
 
GX1 Circuit and superior trial courts.
GX2 Probate courts.
GX3 Municipal courts.
GX4 Juvenile courts.

GY TARIFF COMMISSION.
 

GZ POLICE COURTS AND JUSTICES OF PEACE.
 

HA WAR FINANCE CORPORATION.
 

466759-42-18

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HB ALIEN PROPERTY CUSTODIAN.
 

HC UNITED STATES EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION COMMISSION.
 

HD NATIONAL SCREW-THREAD COMMISSION.
 

HE VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION.
 
Includes Bureau of Pensions, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, United States Veterans' Bureau (war-risk insurance and vocational training.)

HF FEDERAL BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION.
 

HG THE PANAMA CANAL.
 

HH BOARD OF ROAD COMMISSIONERS FOR ALASKA.
 

HI COMMISSION ON NAVY YARDS AND NAVAL STATIONS.
 

HJ AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS.
 

HK NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS.
 

HL THE INTERNATIONAL JOINT COMMISSION.
 

HM INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION, UNITED STATES AND CANADA.
 

HN INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION, UNITED STATES AND MEXICO.
 

HO BOARD OF SURVEYS AND MAPS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.
 
For Hydrographic Office, United States Navy and its branches, see EN22.

HP THE UNITED STATES SECTION OF THE INTER-AMERICAN HIGH COMMISSION.
 

HQ FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION.
 

HR UNITED STATES GEOGRAPHIC BOARD.
 

HS ROCK CREEK AND POTOMAC PARKWAY COMMISSION.
 

HT THE COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS.
 

HU WASHINGTON NATIONAL MONUMENT SOCIETY.
 

HV MEMORIAL BRIDGE COMMISSION.
 

HW ARLINGTON MEMORIAL AMPHITHEATER COMMISSION.
 

HY EMERGENCY ADMINISTRATION ORGANIZATIONS.
 
Subnumbers can be added to designate various divisions-AAA, PWA, CCC, etc.

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HX PECUNIARY CLAIMS ARBITRATION COMMISSION.
 

HZ UNITED STATES SOLDIERS' HOME.
 

IX UNCLASSIFIED VESSELS.
 
IX1 Annapolis (ex-PG-10) (stricken).
IX2 Despatch (e:-Boston).
IX3 Briarclif (stricken).
IX4 Cheyenne (ex-BM-10) (stricken).
IX5 Alton (stricken).
IX6 Coast B. S. No. 4 (ex-BB4) (stricken).
IX7 Commodore (stricken).
IX8 Cumberland.
IX9 Dubuque (ex-AG6, now PG17).
IX10 Essex (stricken).
IX11 Gopher (stricken).
IX12 Hancock (ex-AP3) (stricken).
IX13 Hartford.
IX14 Hawk (ex-PY2) (stricken).
IX15 Prairie State (ex-BB7, ex-Illinois).
IX17 Monsdnock (ex-BM3) (stricken).
IX18 Nantucket (ex-PG23) (stricken).
IX19 Newport (ex-PG12) (stricken).
IX20 Constellation.
IX21 Constitution.
IX22 Oregon (ex-BB3).
IX23 Paducah (ex-AG7; now PG18).
IX24 Philadelphia (stricken).
IX25 Reina Mercedes.
IX26 Southery (stricken).
IX27 Sturgeon Bay (stricken).
IX28 Wheeling (ex-PG14).
IX29 Wilmette.
IX30 Dover (ex-PG8 ex-Wilmington).
IX31 Wolverine (stricken).
IX32 Yantic (stricken).
IX33 Newton.
IX34 California State (stricken).
IX38 Empire State (stricken).
IX39 Seattle (ex-CA11).
IX40 Olympia (ex-CL15).
IX41 America.
IX42 Camden (ex-AS6).
IX43 Freedom.
IX44 DCH-1 (ex-Walker; ex-DD163).
IX45 Favorite (ex-YX10).
IX46 Transfer (ex-YX19).
IX47 Vamarie (ex-YX23).
IX48 Highland Light.
IX49 Spindrift.
IX50 Bowdoin.
IX51 Seattor No. 1.
IX52 Chengho.
IX53 Seattor No. 2.
IX54 Yacht Galaxy.

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JC GASES AND GAS CONTAINERS.
 
JC1 Gases.
JC2 Containers.
JC3 Acetylene.
JC4 Ammonia.
JC5 Chloride.
JC6 CO2.
JC7 Helium.
JC8 Hydrogen.
JC9 Nitrogen.
JC10 Oxygen.
JC11 Compressed air.

JE OFFICER'S MESS.
 
JE1 Admiral's.
JE2 Captain's.
JE3 Wardroom.
JE4 Junior officers' (steerage).
JE5 Warrant officer's.
JE6 Chief petty officer's.

JF SHIP STORES AND CANTEENS AND THEIR PROFITS.
 

JG SUPPLIES.
 
JG1 Title B articles. JG2 Title C articles.

JH WATER AND ICE.
 
JH1 Water. JH2 Ice.

JJ MATERIAL.
 
The following Classification Index of Naval Stores and Material designates those classes under which the great majority of naval material falls.

For filing purposes in many activities by combining JJ (Material) with the class number, a file symbol can be obtained which will suffice for correspondence of a general nature. Further individual classification of material can be obtained by referring to the Index of Naval Specifications, the latest issue of which is available in the Supply Department of the nearest navy yard or naval station. These specification numbers preceeded by the JJ (Material) symbol will give the complete file number for any particular commodity.

Specific symbols for certain commodities will be found in the JA to JZ group. These numbers for general correspondence should be used as they appear in the classification. For example; Helium-JC7; Iron and Steel JJ46-1.

Test reports on material and apparatus should be filed under the material groups, "Ships-S," "Shore-N", and "Aircraft-F," unless they are common to all, such as hose, metals, fuels, etc.

CLASSIFICATION INDEX OF NAVAL STORES AND MATERIALS.
1. Guns (anti-aircraft; boat; coast-defense: Drill, field; machine; main-battery; secondary battery; siege): Gun-mounts; instruments (fire-control; optical), and their parts.
2. Arms, Small: and all accessories, outfits and parts.
3. MINES; NETS; TORPEDOES: TORPEDO-TUBES; and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
4. AMMUNITION: Ammunition-details; blasting-apparatus; bombs.
5. FLAGS: bunting.
6. ANCHORS: Anchor-chains; and other ground-tackle (boat and ship).

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JJ MATERIAL-Continued.
 
CLASSIFICATION INDEX OF NAVAL STORES AND MATERIALS-Continued.
7. FUEL: Charcoal, coal: Coke: Dust-fuels; gas; gasoline: Oil (fuel); wood, etc.
8. MOTOR-VEHICLES: Bicycles; trailers; and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
9. BOATS.
10. BOILERS and ENGINES (boat; power): and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
11. PUMPS: and their parts.
12. BOAT and SHIP-FITTNGS.
13. ENGINE-ROOM and FIRE-ROOM-FITTINGS, Supplies, and Tools.
14. OILS (illuminating and lubricating): Greases; and all lubricants.
15. ELECTRIC-CABLE and WIRE (insulated).
16. RADIO and SOUND-SIGNAL-APPARATUS: and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
17. ELECTRIC-APPARATUS: and all accessories, outfits, end parts.
18. INSTRUMENTS or PRECISION: and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
19. BLOCKS; RIGGING: and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
20. SUBMARINE-MATERIAL.
21. CORDAGE: Hemp; juts; oakum; twine; including manufactured articles.
22. ROPE, WIRE; and WIRE, BARE: including manufactured articles.
23. BOAT and SHIP-UTENSILS.
24. DUCK, CANVAS; TENTAGE: including manufactured articles.
25. TOBACCO-PRODUCTS: Cigars; cigarettes; and all accessories, outfits, and supplies.
26. FURNITURE.
27. DRY-GOODS; TEXTILES: Bedding; buttons; curtains; cushions; draperies; findings; floor-coverings; linoleum; notions; oilcloth; trimmings; upholstery-materials; yarns; etc.
28. BLANK-FORMS.
29. TOILET-ARTICLES: and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
30. BATHTROOM and TOILET-FIXTURES: and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
31. LIGHTING-APPARATUS (nonelectric): and all accessories, outfits and parts.
32. FIRE-SURFACING and HEAT-INSULATING-MATERIAL.
33. GASKETs; HOSE; PACKING; RUBBER (sheet and strip): Hose-fittings; tubing (flexible); including manufactured articles.
34. LEATHER: Belting; harness; saddlery; Including manufactured leather articles.
35. BOOKS: Blueprints; charts; drawings; libraries; maps; newspapers; periodicals; professional-publications; etc.
36. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Music; and all accessories, outfits and parts.
37. ATHLETIC-EQUIPMENT; RECREATIONAL-APPARATUS: SPORTING-GOODS: Special wearing-apparel.
38. BROOMS; BRUSHES.
39. LUMBER; TIMBER (barrels; boxes; cases; crates): Wooden; railroad-ties; including manufactured lumber.
40. TOOLS, MACHINE (bending-rolls; drop-hammers; drills; grinders: Lathes; milling-machines; planers; presses; punches; riveters; rolling-machines; saws; shears, etc.), and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
41. TOOLS, HAND.
42. HAEDWARE (builders'; general).
43. BOLTS; NUTS; RIVETS; SCREWS; WASHERS.
44. PIPE; TUBES; TUBING (nonflexible).
45. PIPE-FITTINGS.
46. METAL IN BARS (flat; hexagon; octagon; round; square): Billets; ingots; pigs; slabs.
47. METAL IN PLATES and SHEETS.
48. METAL-SHAPES (angles; channels; half-rounds; I-beams; T's; Z's, etc.): Structural-metal.
49. Now classes 80 to 90 inclusive.
50. FOUNDRY-APPARATUS: and all accessories, outfits and supplies.
51. ACIDS; CHEMICALS; DRUGS; GASES; SOAPS: Abrasive-materials; cleaning, cutting and polishing-compounds.
52. PAINTS: Paint-ingredients.
53. STATIONER:: Bags, paper; books, blank; boxes; paper, cartons; drafting-room, office and printers'-supplies.

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JJ MATERIAL-Continued.
 
CLASSIFICATION INDEX OF NAVAL STORES AND MATERIALS-Continued.
54 OFFICE-EQUIPMENT: Adding machines; cash-registers, numbering-machines; typewriters;
55. TEXTILE-CLOTHING; KNITTED-GOODS.
56. FOOD: Groceries; ice; provisions; subsistence.
57. HOSPITAL, LABORATORY and SURGICAL-APPARATUS; and all accessories, outfits, parts and supplies.
58. RAILWAY, Docs and YARD-EQUIPMENT: including fire-fighting-apparatus.
59. BUILDING MATERIAL: Asphalt; brick; cement; granite; gravel; lime; millwork; roofing-material; sand; stone; tar; tiling, etc.
60. BOILERS AND ENGINES (power-plant; ship), and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
61. GYRO-COMPASSES: and all accessories, outfits and parts.
62. ARTICLES or SPECIAL VALUE: Bullion; jewelry; museum-collections; paintings; precious metals and stones; statuary; works of art, etc.
63. TABLEWARE (barracks; crew's-mess; hospital; hotel; officers'-mess; ship-saloon): Aluminumware; chinaware; corrosion-resisting-steel-ware; glassware; Silverware.
64. BAKE-SHOP and KITCHEN-APPARATUS and UTENSILS: Aluminum-utensils; corrosion resisting-steel-utensils; galley-gear; tinware; and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
65. OVENS, RANGES and STOVES: and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
66. MACHINERY: and equipment.
67. FORAGE: Bulbs and roots; plants, shrubs, and trees; seeds.
63. LIVE-STOCK.
69. VEHICLES (animal and hand-drawn): and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
70. AGRICULTURAL-IMPLEMENTS: and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
71. BADGES; INSIGNIA; MEDALS, etc.
72. BOOTS; SHOES: Leather and rubber-clothing.
73. CAPS; HATS: Gloves; men's and women's-furnishings.
74. INDIVIDUAL-EQUIPMENT (field and landing-force).
75. ENGINES (boat, Diesel): and all accessories, outfits, and parts.
76. Reserved.
77. Reserved.
78. Reserved.
79. Reserved.
80. AIRPLANES; COMPLETE (without engines).
81. MAJOR-STRUCTURAL-SPARES-AND ASSEMBLIES; AIRPLANE.
82. MINOR-STRUCTURAL-SPARES-AND-PARTS; AIRPLANE.
83. ACCESSORIES-AND-EQUIPMENT and parts thereof; airplane and special-airplane tools.
84. ENGINES; AIRPLANE (with or without accessories).
85. PARTS, ENGINE; AIRPLANE (and special airplane engine tools).
86. ACCESSORIES AND PARTS; ENGINE, AIRPLANE.
87. PROPELLERS; AIRPLANE (including hubs, control-units, accessory control equipment and parts).
88. INSTRUMENTS, AERONAUTICAL (and parts thereof).
89. ARRESTNG-LAUNCHING AND HANDLING-GEAR, AERONAUTICAL (and parts thereof).
90. AIRSHIPS, LIGHTER-THAN-AIR (and parts strictly peculiar thereto).

JJ7 FUEL.
 
JJ7-1 Coal.
JJ7-2 Coke.
JJ7-3 Fuel oil.
JJ7-4 Diesel oil.
JJ7-5 Kerosene.
JJ7-6 Gasoline.
JJ7-7 Alcohol (fuel).
JJ7-8 Charcoal.
JJ7-9 Refineries, oil.
JJ7-10 Shale oil.
JJ7-11 Petroleum.
JJ7-12 Crude oil.
JJ7-13 Gas, natural and others.

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JJ40 MACHINE TOOLS, GENERAL.-Continued.
 
(See S91 for ship tools.)
(See N34 for tools used for shore-station maintenance and improvements.)
Tools for specific shops to be filed under shop file number.

JJ41 HAND TOOLS.
 
(See S92 and N34 for ship and shore-station hand tools)

JJ46 METALS (BY COMPOSITION).
 
JJ46-1 Iron and steel.
JJ46-2 Copper.
JJ46-3 Tin.
JJ46-4 Zinc.
JJ46-5 Lead.
JJ46-6 Aluminum and light alloys (aluminum, duralumin magnesium).
JJ46-7 Antifriction metals, (babbitt metals, etc.).
JJ46-8 Brasses and bronzes.
JJ46-9 Nickel.
JJ46-10 Nickel alloys (Monel metal, etc.).
JJ46-11 Radium.
JJ46-13 Bullion, precious metal.
JJ46-14 Gold.
JJ46-15 Silver.
JJ46-16 Platinum.

JJ52 PAINTS AND VARNISHES.
 
JJ52-1 Paints, general.
JJ52-2 Paints, Government manufacture.
JJ52-3 Paints, proprietary.
JJ52-4 Paint ingredients.
JJ52-5 Varnishes and shellacs.
JJ52-6 Paint and varnish removers.
JJ52-7 Fillers.

JJ55 CLOTHING, UNIFORMS, OUTFITS, AND SMALL STORES.
 
JJ55-1 Clothing
Aviation clothing
Civilian clothing for discharged prisoners
Flash-proof clothing
Protection clothing (See P2-3 and S77-2.)
Submarine clothing.
Winter clothing.
JJ55-2 Outfits on first enlistment.
JJ55-3 Uniforms.
Insignia on uniforms.
Unauthorized wearing of uniforms.
JJ55-4 Small stores.

JJ56 PROVISIONS, GENERAL MESS, AND COMMISSARY STORES.
 
JJ56-1 Provisions.
JJ56-2 General mess.
JJ56-3 Commissary stores.

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JJ56 PROVISIONS, GENERAL MESS, ETC.-Continued.
 
JJ56-4 Tobacco.
Cigarettes.
Cigars
Smoking.
Chewing.
JJ56-5 Beverages, alcoholic and nonalcoholic.
For rations and subsistence, see L16-8.

JJ59 BUILDING MATERIALS, SHORE.
 
JJ59-1 Soda lime.
JJ59-2 Terra cotta.
JJ59-3 Cement.
JJ59-4 Bricks.
JJ59-5 Granite, stone, marble, etc.
JJ59-6 Sand and gravel.
JJ59-7 Waterproofing material.
JJ59-8 Wall board and plaster substitutes.
JJ59-9 Blasting materials, dynamite, nitroglycerine, etc.

JK GARBAGE.
 

JL APPROPRIATION PURCHASE ACCOUNT MATERIAL.
 

JM USED MATERIAL.
 

JN RESERVE MATERIAL (NAVY).
 

JO NAVAL SUPPLY ACCOUNT MATERIAL.
 

JP RESERVE MATERIAL (OTHER THAN NAVY).
 

JR REFUSE MATERIALS.
 
JR1 Ashes. JR2 Wood.

JS SCRAP METALS.
 
JS1 Iron.
JS2 Brass.
JS3 Copper.

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KA FLEET MARINE FORCES (MARINE DETACHMENTS).
 
KA1 Quantico, Va.
KA2 San Diego, Calif.
KA3 First marine division.
KA4 Second marine division.
KA5 Second artillery group.
KA6 First base depot.
KA7 Second base depot.
KA8 Artillery group.
KA9 Third defense battalion.

KB BANDS (MARINE DETACHMENTS).
 
KB1 Washington.
KB2 Post.
KB3 Regimental.

KC COMPANY (MARINE DETACHMENTS).
 
KC1 Company.
KC2 Second (continue by adding the number of company).

KD MARINE DETAIL ON VESSELS.
 
(Combine with appropriate name, title, and file numbers of ship in question)

KE BATTALION (MARINE DETACHMENTS).
 

KF BRIGADE (MARINE DETACHMENTS).
 
KF1 First.
KF2 Second.
KF3 Third.
KF4 Fourth.
KF5 Fifth.

KG REGIMENT (MARINE DETACHMENTS).
 
KG1 First.
KG2 Second.
KG3 Third.
KG4 Fourth.
KG5 Fifth.
KG6 Sixth.
KG7 Seventh.
KG8 Eighth.
KG9 Ninth.
KG10 Tenth.
KG11 Eleventh.
KG12 Twelfth,
KG13 Thirteenth.
KG14 Fourteenth.
KG15 Fifteenth.

KH POST EXCHANGES, MARINE CORPS.
 
KH1 Newport, R. I.
KH2 Quantico, Va.
KH3 Mare Island, Calif.
KH4 Washington, D. C.
KH5 Guam.
KH6 Pearl Harbor, T. H.
KH7 San Diego, Calif.
KH8 Lakehurst, N. J.
KH9 Portsmouth, N. H.
KH10 New Orleans, La.
KH11 Hawthorne, Nev.

KK MARINE CORPS.
 

KL TRANSPORT (MARINE DETACHMENTS).
 

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KM UNATTACHED (MARINE DETACHMENTS).-Continued.
 

KP POST AND STATION (MARINE DETACHMENTS).
 
KP1 Alexandria, Va.
KP2 Annapolis, Md.
KP3 Boston, Mass.
KP4 Receiving ship.
KP5 Camaguey, Cuba.
KP6 Headquarters detachment.
KP7 Cavite, P. I.
KP8 Charleston, S. C.
KP9 Chelsea, Mass.
KP10 Coco Solo, C. Z.
KP11 Dover, N. J.
KP12 Fort Lafayette, N. Y.
KP13 Fort Lyon, Calif.
KP14 Fort Miffin, Pa.
KP15 Great Lakes, Ill.
KP16 Guam, Marianas Islands
KP17 Headquarters detachment.
KP18 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
KP19 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va.
KP20 Hingham, Mass.
KP21 Indianhead, Md.
KP22 Iona Island, N. Y.
KP23 Keyport, Wash.
KP24 Key West, Fla.
KP25 Managua, Nicaragua.
KP26 Mare Island, Calif.
KP27 Ammunition depot.
KP28 Casual company.
KP29 Guard company, No. 1.
KP30 Guard company, No. 2.
KP31 Headquarters detachment.
KP32 Naval prison.
KP33 Naval prison detachment.
KP34 Recruit company A.
KP35 Recruit company B.
KP36 Recruit company C.
KP37 Recruit company D.
KP38 Recruit receiving depot.
KP39 Rifle-range detachment.
KP40 Sea school detachment.
KP41 New London, Conn.
KP42 New Orleans, La.
KP43 Newport, R. L
KP44 Naval War College.
KP45 New York (Brooklyn), N. Y.
KP46 Barracks detachment.
KP47 Fleet supply base.
KP48 Guard detachment.
KP49 Naval hospital.
KP50 Naval prison.
KP51 Receiving ship.
KP52 Norfolk, Va.
KP53 Barracks detachment.
KP54 Guard detachment.
KP55 Naval hospital.
KP56 Seagoing detachment.

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KP POST AND STATION (MARINE DETACHMENTS)-Con.
 
KP57 Olongapo, P. L
KP58 Otter Cliffs, Maine.
KP59 Parris Island, S. C.
KP60 Battalion A (recruit).
KP61 Battalion B (recruit).
KP62 Battalion C (recruit).
KP63 Battalion D (recruit).
KP64 Field music detachment.
KP65 Headquarters detachment.
KP66 Headquarters detachment (main station).
KP67 Headquarters detachment (receiving depot).
KP68 Headquarters detachment (training station).
KP69 Mess detachment (main station).
KP70 Naval prison.
KP71 Naval prison detachment.
KP72 Post staff.
KP73 Rifle range detachment.
KP74 School detachment.
KP75 Supply Company.
KP76 Pearl Harbor, T. H.
KP77 Peiping, China.
KP78 Headquarters detachment.
KP79 Pensacola, Fla.
KP80 Philadelphia, Pa.
KP81 Guard company No. 1.
KP82 Guard company No. 2.
KP83 Headquarters detachment.
KP84 Receiving station.
KP85 Point Isabel, Tea.
KP86 Portsmouth, N. H.
KP87 Barracks detachment.
KP88 Guard company.
KP89 Naval prison.
KP90 Puget Sound (Bremerton), Wash.
KP91 Ammunition depot.
KP92 Barracks detachment.
KP93 Guard company.
KP94 Quantico, Va.
KP95 Barracks detachment.
KP96 Rifle-range detachment.
KP97 School detachment.
KP98 Supply detachment.
KP99 Radio, Va.
KP100 Rockaway Beach, Long Island.
KP101 Russian Island, Siberia.
KP102 San Diego, Calif.
KP103 Air station.
KP104 Barracks detachment.
KP105 Destroyer base.
KP106 Naval repair base.
KP107 San Juan, P. R.
KP108 Sayville (Long Island), N. Y.
KP109 South Charleston, W. Va.
KP110 St. Croix, V. L
KP111 St. Julians Creek, Va.
KP112 St. Thomas, V. I.
KP113 Barracks detachment.
KP114 Tutuila, Samoa.

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KP POST AND STATION (MARINE DETACHMENTS)-Con.
 
KP115 Wakefield, Mass.
KP116 Washington, D. C.
KP117 Barracks detachment.
KP118 Institute detachment.
KP119 Naval hospital.
KP120 Navy yard.
KP121 Yorktown, Va.
KP122 Port an Prince, Haiti.
KP123 Cape Haitien, Haiti.
KP124 Lakehurst, N. J.
KP125 Rapidan, Va., marine camp.
KP126 Hawthorne, Nev., marine guard.
KP127 Oahu, T. H., ammunition depot.
KP128 Balboa, C. Z., ammunition depot.
KP129 Dahlgren, Va., ammunition depot.
KP130 Tientsin, China, ammunition depot.
KP131 Moscow, U. S. S. R., ammunition depot.
KP132 Sunnyvale, Calif., ammunition depot.
KP133 Sitka, Alaska.
KP134 Dutch Harbor, Alaska.
KP135 Argentia, Newfoundland.
KP136 Jacksonville, N. C. (New River), marine training center.
KP137 Warm Springs, Ga., Camp Roosevelt;
KP138 Portland Bight, Jamaica, British West Indies.
KP139 Jacksonville, Fla., marine barracks, naval air station.
KP140 Burns City, Ind., marine barracks, naval ammunition depot.
KP141 Quonset Point, R. L, marine barracks, naval air station.
KP142 Dunedin, Fla., amphibian tractor detachment, United States Marine Corp.
KP143 Bermuda, marine barracks, United States naval operating base.
KP144 Camp Elliott, Calif., marine barracks.
KP145 Port of Spain, Trinidad, B. W. L, marine detachment.
KP146 London, England, American Embassy, marine detachment.
KP147 British Guiana, marine detachment.
KP148 Corpus Christi, Tex., marine barracks.
KP149 Lakehurst, N. J., marine barracks.
KP150 Fallbrook (San Diego), Calif., marine barracks.
KP151 Alameda, Calif., marine barracks.
KP152 Antigua, Leeward Islands, marine detachment.
KP153 St. Lucia, Windward Islands, marine detachment.

KR RECRUITING (MARINE CORPS).
 
KR1 Central Division.
KR2 Eastern Division.
KR3 Mountain Division.
KR4 Publicity Bureau.
KR5 Southern Division.
KR6 Western Division.
KR7 Philadelphia, Pa., recruiting bureau.
KR8 Recruiting stations (name of city to follow).

KS STAFF OFFICE AND UNIT (MARINE CORPS).
 
KS1 Adjutant and inspector.
KS2 San Francisco, Calif., assistant adjutant and inspector.

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KS STAFF OFFICE AND UNIT (MARINE CORPS)-Continued.
 
KS3 Department of Pacific.
KS4 Major General Commandant, Marine. Corps Headquarters.
KS5 Paymaster, disbursing officers. general.
KS6 Atlanta, Ga., assistant paymaster.
KS7 Philadelphia, Pa., assistant paymaster.
KS8 San Francisco, Calif., assistant paymaster.
KS9 Quartermaster.
KS10 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., quartermaster assistant.
KS11 San Francisco, Calif., assistant quartermaster.

KT RESERVE (MARINE DETACHMENTS).
 
KT1 Central Division.
KT2 Eastern Division.
KT3 Mountain Division.
KT4 Southern Division.
KT5 Western Division.

KU SPECIAL UNITS (MARINE DETACHMENTS).
 

KV AVIATION (MARINE DETACHMENTS).
 
KV1 Quantico, Va., aircraft squadron, east coast expeditionary forces.
KV1-1 Base air detachments.
KV2 Port an Prince, Haiti, Observation Squadron 9N, First Brigade.
KV3 Suma, Guam, Patrol Squadron 3M.
KV4 San Diego, Calif., aircraft squadron west coast expeditionary forces, naval air station.
KV4-1 Base air detachments.
KV5 Managua, Nicaragua, Second Brigade.
KV6 St. Thomas, V. L, landing field.
KV7 Parris Island Flying Field.
KV8 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
KV9 New River, N. C. (adjunct to matins training center, Jacksonville, N. C.). (Cunningham Field, Cherry Point, N. C.).
KV10 First marine aircraft wing.
  KV11 Group 11.
  KV12 Group 12.
  KV13 Group 13.
  KV14 Group 14.
  KV15 Group 15.
KV20 Second marine aircraft wing.
  KV21 Group 21.
  KV22 Group 22
  KV23 Group 23.
  KV24 Group 24.
  KV25 Group 25.
KV30 Marine defense aircraft groups.
  KV31 Group 31.
  KV32 Group 32.
  KV33 Group 33.
  KV34 Group 34.

KW MARINE CORPS RESERVES.
 
KWI Fleet.
KW2 Aviation.

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LA LABORER, HELPER, AND MECHANICAL SERVICE (ARTISANS, ETC.).
 

LB PLANNING AND ESTIMATING SERVICE.
 

LC SUPERVISORY MECHANICAL SERVICE.
 

LD ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT SERVICE.
 

LE UNITED STATES MARITIME COMMISSION.
 
LE1 U. S. Maritime Service Training Stations.
LE1-1 Gallups Island, Boston, Mass.
LE1-2 Fort bull, New London, Conn.
LE1-3 Hoffman Island N. Y.
LE1-4 St. Petersburg, Wa.
LE1-5 Hueneme, Calif.
LE1-6 Alameda, Calif.
LE2 U. S. Maritime Commission, Division of Training.
LE3 U. S. Maritime Commission Cadet Schools.
LE3-1 Fort Schuyler N. Y.
LE3-2 Algiers, New Orleans, La.
LE3-3 San Francisco (Treasure Island) (formerly Tiburon), Calif.

LF MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE.
 

LG CLOTHING WORKERS' SERVICE.
 

LH HOSPITAL SERVICE.
 

LJ NAVAL HOME SERVICE.
 

LK NAVAL ACADEMY SERVICE.
 

LL CIVIL PERSONNEL.
 
LL1 Departmental.
LL2 Field.
Investigations of various files show little or no use being made of individual trade numbers. As keeping these individual trade numbers up to date is impractical, they are omitted. If any file needs further subdivisions of the civil-personnel groups than are given in the manual, add name of trade (LLA/bolter, LO/clerk) or combine the personnel symbol desired with the name of the individual.

LM BOARD OF SURVEY, APPRAISAL, AND SALE-SERVICE.
 

LN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE.
 

LO ADMINISTRATIVE AND CLERICAL SERVICE.
 

LP COST ACCOUNTING SERVICE.
 

LQ DRAFTING SERVICE.
 

LR INSPECTION SERVICE.
 

LS SCIENTIFIC, PROFESSIONAL, AND TECHNICAL SERVICES.
 

LV VETERANS-EX-SERVICE MEN.
 

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MA ARTIFICER BRANCH.-Continued.
 
MA1 Chief electrician's mate.
MA2 Electrician's mate, first class.
MA3 Electrician's mate, second class.
MA4 Electrician's mate, third class.
MA5 Chief radioman.
MA6 Radioman. first class.
MA7 Radioman, second class.
MA8 Radioman, third class.
MA9 Chief carpenter's mate.
MA10 Carpenter's mate, first class.
MA11 Carpenter's mate, second class.
MA12 Carpenter's mate, third class.
MA13 Patternmaker, first class.
MA14 Patternmaker, second class.
MA15 Chief shipfitter.
MA16 Shipfitter, first class.
MA17 Shipfitter, second class.
MA18 Shipfitter, third class.
MA19 Sailmaker's mate, first class.
MA20 Sallmaker's mate, second class.
MA21 Sallmaker's mate, third class.
MA22 Chief printer.
MA23 Printer, first class.
MA24 Printer, second class.
MA25 Printer, third class.
MA26 Painter, first class.
MA27 Painter, second class.
MA28 Painter, third class.
MA29 Chief telegraphist,
MA30 Telegraphist, first class.
MA31 Telegraphist, second class.
MA32 Telegraphist, third class.

MB MESSMAN BRANCH.
 
MB1 Officer's steward, first class.
MB2 Officers' steward, second class.
MB3 Officers' steward, third class.
MB4 Officers' cook, first class.
MB5 Officers' cook, second class.
MB6 Officer's cook, third class.
MB7 Mess attendant, first class.
MB8 Mess attendant, second class.
MB9 Mess attendant, third class.

MC COMMISSARY BRANCH.
 
MC1 Chief commissary steward.
MC2 Commissary steward.
MC3 Ship's cook, first class.
MC4 Ship's cook, second class.
MC5 Ship's cook, third class.
MC6 Baker, first class.
MC7 Baker, second class.
MC8 Baker, third class.

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ME ARTIFICER BRANCH-ENGINE-ROOM FORGES.
 
ME1 Chief machinist's mate.
ME2 Machinist's mate, first class.
ME3 Machinist's mate, second class.
ME3-1 Machinist's mate, third class.
ME4 Chief motor machinist's mate.
ME5 Motor machinist's agate, first class.
ME6 Motor machinist's mate, second class.
ME6-1 Motor machinist's mate, third class.
ME7 Engineman, first class.
ME8 Engineman, second class.
ME9 Chief water tender;
ME10 Water tender, first class.
ME11 Water tender, second class.
ME12 Boilermaker, fast class.
ME13 Boilermaker, second class.
ME13-1 Boilermaker, third class.
ME14 Molder, first class.
ME15 Molder, second class.
ME15-1 Molder, third class.
ME16 Blacksmith, first class.
ME17 Blacksmith, second class.
ME17-1 Blacksmith, third class.
ME18 Coppersmith, first class.
ME19 Coppersmith, second class.
ME19-1 Coppersmith, third class.
ME20 Fireman, first class.
ME21 Fireman, second class.
ME22 Fireman, third class.
ME23 Metalsmith, chief.

MF RESERVE FORCES.
 
Combine with branch and rate title numbers as necessary. A number will be added for each class of reserve force.

MI INSULAR FORCES.
 

ML MARINE CORPS ENLISTED PERSONNEL.
 
ML1 Sergeant major.
ML2 Quartermaster sergeant.
ML3 First sergeant.
ML4 Gunnery sergeant.
ML5 Drum major.
ML6 Sergeant.
ML7 Corporal.
ML8 Private, first class.
ML9 Drummer.
ML10 Trumpeter.
ML11 Private.
ML12 Apprentice.
ML13 Leader of the band.
ML14 Second leader of the band.
ML15 Principal musician.
ML16 First-class musician.
ML17 Second-class musician.
ML18 Third-class musician.
ML19 Specialists.

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MM ENLISTED PERSONNEL.
 
The name, title, file number for correspondence on an enlisted man shall be the letters "MM" followed by the name and service number of the man in question. His service number may be obtained from his service record. The use of the "MM" to designate enlisted personnel is optional.

MR RETIRED ENLISTED PERSONNEL.
 
Combined with branch and rate title numbers as necessary.

MS SEAMAN BRANCH.
 
MS1 Chief master at arms.
MS2 Master at arms, first class.
MS3 Chief boatswain's mate.
MS4 Boatswain's mate, first class.
MS5 Boatswain's mate, second class.
MS6 Coxswain.
MS7 Chief gunner's mate.
MS8 Gunner's mate, first class.
MS9 Gunner's mate, second class.
MS10 Gunner's mate, third class.
MS11 Chief torpedoman.
MS12 Torpedoman, first class.
MS13 Torpedoman, second class.
MS14 Torpedoman, third class.
MS15 Chief turret captain.
MS16 Turret captain, first class.
MS17 Chief quartermaster.
MS18 Quartermaster, first class.
MS19 Quartermaster, second class.
MS20 Quartermaster, third class.
MS21 Chief signalman.
MS22 Signalman, first class. .
MS23 Signalman, second class.
MS24 Signalman, third class.
MS25 Chief fire controlman.
MS26 Fire controlman, first class.
MS27 Fire controlman, second class.
MS27-1 Fire controlman, third class.
MS28 Seaman, first class.
MS29 Seaman, second class.
MS30 Apprentice seaman.

MV AVIATION BRANCH.
 
MV1 Aviation pilots.
MV2 Aviation chief machinist's mate.
MV3 Aviation machinist's mate, first class.
MV4 Aviation machinist's mate, second class.
MV4-1 Aviation machinist's mate, third class.
MV5 Aviation chief metalsmith.
MV6 Aviation metalsmith, first class.
MV7 Aviation metalsmith, second class.
MV8 Aviation metalsmith, third class.
MV9 Aviation chief carpenter's mate.
MV10 Aviation carpenter's mate, first class.
MV11 Aviation carpenter's mate, second class.

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MV AVIATION BRANCH-Continued.
 
MV12 Aviation carpenter's mate, third class.
MV13 Aviation chief rigger.
MV14 Aviation rigger, first class.
MV15 Aviation rigger, second class.
MV16 Aviation rigger, third class.
MV17 Chief aerographers.
MV18 Aerographer, first class.
MV19 Aerographer, second class.
MV20 Aerographer, third class.
MV21 Aviation chief ordnance man.
MV22 Aviation ordnance man, first class.
MV23 Aviation ordnance man, second class.
MV24 Aviation ordnance man, third class.
MV25 Chief photographer.
MV26 Photographer, first class.
MV27 Photographer, second class.
MV28 Photographer, third class.

MX NAVY MAIL CLERKS.
 

MY SPECIAL BRANCH.
 
MY1 Chief yeoman.
MY2 Yeoman, first class.
MY3 Yeoman, second class.
MY4 Yeoman, third class.
MY5 Chief storekeeper.
MY6 Storekeeper, first class.
MY7 Storekeeper, second class.
MY8 Storekeeper, third class.
MY13 Chief pharmacist's mate.
MY14 Pharmacist's mate, first class.
MY15 Pharmacist's mate, second class.
MY16 Pharmacist's mate, third class.
MY17 Hospital apprentice, first class.
MY18 Hospital apprentice, second class.
MY19 Bugler, first class.
MY20 Bugler, second class.
MY21 Bandmaster.
MY22 First musician.
MY23 Musician, first class.
MY24 Musician, second class.
MY25 Leader, United States Navy Band.
MY26 Leader, second, United States Navy Band.
MY27 Divers.
MY28 Buglemaster, chief, first and second classes.
MY29 Dental technicians.
MY30 Yeomanettes.

MZ NAVAL AUXILIARY MEN.
 
(This applies only to the old collier service)

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NA NAVAL AIR STATIONS.
 
NA1 Chatham, Mass.
NA2 Newport, R. L, aviation detail.
NA3 Rockaway, Long Island, N. Y.
NA4 Lakehurst, N. J. .
NA5 Gape May, N. J.
NA6 Anacostia, D. G.
NA7 Dahlgren, Va., aviation detail.
NA8 Norfolk, Va.
NA9 Pensacola, Fla. (Corry Field).
NA9-1 Felton Farm, Fla.
NA10 Coco Solo, C. Z.
NA11 San Diego, Calif. (North Island).
NA12 Pearl Harbor, T. H.
NA13 Seattle, Wash.
NA14 Sunnyvale, Calif.
NA15 Naval reserve aviation bases (general).
NA16 Long Beach, Calif., naval reserve aviation base.
NA17 Squantum, Mass., naval reserve aviation base.
NA18 Glenview, Chicago, Ill., naval reserve aviation base.
NA19 Grosse Ile, Detroit, Mich., naval reserve aviation base.
NA20 Minneapolis, Minn., naval reserve aviation base.
NA21 Oakland, Calif., naval reserve aviation base.
NA22 Robertson, St. Louis, Mo., naval reserve aviation base.
NA23 Miami, Fla., naval reserve aviation base.
NA24 Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn, N. Y., naval reserve aviation base.
NA25 Kansas City, Mo., naval reserve aviation base.
NA26 San Pedro, Calif. (Roosevelt Base, Terminal Island).
NA27 Alameda, Calif.
NA28 Tongue Point, Astoria, Oreg.
NA29 Jacksonville, Fla.
NA29-1 Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Fla., naval auxiliary base field.
NA30 Miami, Fla.
NA32 Sitka, Alaska.
NA33 Annapolis, Md., aviation detail.
NA34 Kodiak Island, Alaska.
NA35 Philadelphia, Pa., training base, naval aircraft factory.
NA36 San Juan, P. R.
NA37 Kaneohe Bay, T. H.
NA38 Midway Island.
NA39 Wake Island.
NA40 Johnston Island.
NA41 Palmyra Island.
NA42 Guam.
NA43 Quonset Point, R. L
NA44 Anacostia, D. C., naval reserve aviation base.
NA45 Seattle, Wash., naval reserve aviation base.
NA46 Philadelphia, Pa., navy yard, naval reserve aviation base.
NA47 Corpus Christi, Tex.
NA48 Key West, Fla.
NA49 East Greenwich, R. L
NA50 Dutch Harbor, Alaska (Unalaska).

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NA NAVAL AIR STATIONS-Continued.
 
NA51 Vieques, P. R.
NA52 Charleston, S. C.
NA53
NA54 Maui, T. H.
NA55 Molokai, T. H.
NA56 Guantanamo, Cuba.
NA57 New Orleans, La., naval reserve aviation base.
NA58 Whidbey Island, Wash.
NA59 Cocoa and Banana River, Fla.
NA60 Atlanta, Georgia, naval reserve aviation base.
NA61 Dallas, Tex., naval reserve aviation base.
NA62
NA63 Tutuila, Samoa.
NA64 Eureka, Calif.
NA65 Bermuda.
NA66 St. Lucia, Windward Islands.
NA67 Sguantum, Mass.
NA68 New York, N. Y.
NA69 Argentia, Newfoundland.
NA70 Barber's Point, Oahu, T. H.
NA71 Portland Bight, Jamaica.
NA72 Great Exemino Island, Bahama Islands.
NA73 Antigua, Leeward Islands.
NA74 Trinidad, British Nest Indies.
NA75 Georgetown, British Guiana.
NA76 Sangley Point, Cavite, P. I.
NA77
NA78
NA79
NA80 South Weymouth, Mass.
NA81 Elizabeth City, N. G.

NB NAVAL BASES.
 
NB1 San Diego, Calif., naval operating base.
NB2 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., naval operating base.
NB3
NB4 Balboa, C. Z., naval operating base.
NB5 Key West, Fla., naval operating base.
NB6 Squantum, Mass., naval operating base.
NB7 New London, Conn., submarine base.
NB8 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., submarine base.
NB9 Key West, Fla., submarine base.
NB10 Astoria, Oreg., submarine and destroyer base.
NB11 San Pedro, Calif., submarine base.
NB12 San Diego, Calif., destroyer base.
NB13 Coco Solo, C. Z., submarine base.
NB14 Pearl Harbor, T. H., submarine base.
NB15 Cavite. P. L, submarine base.
NB16 San Francisco, Calif., naval operating base (including naval reserve base).
NB17 New Orleans, La., naval operating base.
NB18 San Clemente, Calif., U. S. Fleet training base.
NB19 Point Loma, Calif., naval target repair base.
NB20 La Playa, Calif., naval target repair base.
NB21 St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, submarine base.
NB22 Tompkinsville, Staten Island, section base.
NB23 New London, Conn., section base.

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NB NAVAL BASES-Continued.
 
NB24 Charleston. S. C., section base.
NB25 Long Beach, Calif., fleet base.
NB26 Vieques, P. R., naval operating base.
NB27 Sam Juan, P. R., section' base.
NB28 Bermuda, naval operating base.
NB29 San Diego, Calif., section base;
NB30 San Pedro, Calif., section base.
NB31 Newport, R. L, naval operating base.
NB32 Argentia, New Foundland, naval operating base.
NB33 Trinidad, British West Indies. naval operating base
NB34 Little Creek, Va., section base.
NB35 Eureka, Calif., section base.
NB36 San Francisco, Calif., section base (Treasure Island).
NB37 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. naval operating base.
NB38 Sabine Pass, Tex., section base.
NB39 Cape May, N. J., section base.
NB40 Burrwood, La., section base.
NB41 Lockwood Basin, Boston, Mass., section base.
NB42 Cristobal, C. Z., section base.
NB43 Corpus Christi, Tea., section base.
NB44 Bar Harbor, Maine, section base.
NB45 Portland Maine, section base.
NB46 Kingston, Jamaica, naval operating base.
NB47 Jacksonville, Fla., section base.
NB48 Midway Island, submarine base.
NB49 Terminal Island, Calif., Roosevelt base.
NB50 Astoria, Oreg., section base.
NB51 Newport, R. I., section base.
NB52 Seattle, Wash., section base.
NB53 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, section base.
NB54 Morro Bay, Calif., section base.
NB55 Port Angeles, Wash., section base.
NB56 Coos Bay, Oreg., section base.
NB57 Kodiak, Alaska, section base.
NB58 Dutch Harbor, Alaska, section base.
NB59 Sitka, Alaska, section base.
NB60 Port Townsend, Wash., section base.
NB61 Bishop Point, Oahu, section base.
NB62 Balboa, C. Z., section base.
NB63 Mariveles, P. I., section base.
NB64 Ordnance Island, Bermuda, submarine base.
NB65 Kodiak, Alaska, submarine base.
NB66 San Pedro, Calif., naval operating base.
NB67 Neah Bay, Wash., section base.
NB68 Oakland, Calif., advance base depot.
NB69 Balboa, C. Z., advance base depot.
NB70 Charleston, S. C., advance base depot.
NB71 Key West, Fla.. section base.
NB72 Mobile, Ala., section base.
NB73 Roosevelt Roads, P. R., section base.
NB74 Monterey, Calif., section base.
NB75 Port Althrop, Alaska, section base.
NB76 Port Armstrong, Alaska, section base.
NB77 Juneau, Alaska, section base.
NB78 Cordova, Alaska, section base.
NB79 Sand Point, Alaska, section base.
NB80 False Pass, Alaska, section base.
NB81 Ketchikan, Alaska, section base.

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NB NAVAL BASES-Continued.
 
NB82 Rockland, Maine, section base.
NB83 Woods Hole, Mass., section base.
NB84 Lake Montauk Harbor, Long Island, N. Y., section base.
NB85 Morehead City, N. C., section base,
NB86 Southport, N. C., section base.
NB87 Savannah, Ga., section base.
NB88 Mayport, Fla., section base.
NB89 Port Everglades (Port Lauderdale), Fla., section base.
NB90 Galveston, Tea., section base.
NB91 St. Thomas, V. I., section base.
NB92 Trinidad, British West Indies, section base.
NB93 Santa Barbara, Calif., section base.
NB94 Seward, Alaska, section base.
NB95 Unalaska, Alaska, submarine base.
NB96 St. Helena, Va., repair base.
NB97 Wake Island, submarine base.
NB98 Argentia, Newfoundland, section base.

NC NAVAL SCHOOLS.
 
NC1 Colleges, schools, and institutions other than naval.
NC2 Annapolis, Md., United States Naval Academy.
NC2-1 Naval Academy Dairy Farm.
NC2-2 Naval Academy, West coast.
NC3 Newport, R. I., Naval War College.
NC4 Annapolis, Md., postgraduate school.
NC5 Boston Mass., Navy Supply Corps School, graduate school of business administration, Harvard University (formerly, naval finance and supply school, Philadelphia, Pa., and naval supply corps school of application, Washington, D. C.).
NC6 Lakehurst, N. J., aerographers' school.
NC7 Pensacola, Fla., aircraft radio school, naval air station.
NC8 Great Lakes, Ill., aviation mechanics' school, naval training station.
NC9 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., artificers' school.
NC9-1 Blacksmiths' school.
NC9-2 Boilermakers' school.
NC9-3 Coppersmiths' school.
NC10 Newport, R. I., deep-sea diving school, torpedo station.
NC11 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., electrical school, naval training station, naval operating base.
NC12 San Diego, Calif., electrical school, naval training station.
NC13 Washington, D. C. ordnance fire-control school, navy yard.
NC14 San Diego, Calif., fleet torpedo school, naval air station.
NC15 Mare Island, Calif., fuel-oil school, navy yard.
NC16 Philadelphia, Pa., fuel-oil school. navy yard.
NC17 Washington, D. C., gunner's mate school, navy yard.
NC18 San Diego, Calif., hospital corps school.
NC19 Portsmouth, Va., hospital corps school.
NC20 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., machinist's mate school, naval training station, naval operating base.
NC21 New York, motion-picture operators' school, navy yard.
NC22 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., musician's school, naval training station.
NC23 San Diego, Calif., musician's school, naval training station.

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NC NAVAL SCHOOLS-Continued.
 
NC24 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., naval academy preparatory school, naval operating base.
NC25 San Diego, Calif., naval academy preparatory school, naval training station.
NC26 Mare Island, Calif., optical school, navy yard.
NC27 Washington, D. C., optical and rangefinder school, navy yard.
NC28 Portsmouth, Va., pharmacists' mate school, naval hospital.
NC29 Pensacola, Fla., photographic school, naval air station.
NC30 Anacostia, D. C., pigeon-training school, naval air station.
NC31 Great Lakes, Ill., radio school, naval training station.
NC32 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., radio school, naval training station, naval operating base.
NC33 San Diego, Calif., radio school, naval training station.
NC34 Bellevue, Washington, D. C., radio material school, naval research laboratory.
NC35 San Diego, Calif., radio material school, naval training station.
NC36 New London, Conn., sound school.
NC37 San Diego, Calif., sound school, naval operating base.
NC38 New London, Conn., submarine school, submarine base.
NC39 Newport, R. I., torpedoman's school, naval torpedo station.
NC40 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., stenographers' school.
NC41 San Diego, Calif., stenographers' school.
NC42 New York, N. Y., gyrocompass school.
NC43 Washington, D. C., naval medical school.
NC44 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., and San Diego, Calif., cooks and bakers' schools.
NC45 San Diego, Calif., recruiters' school.
NC46 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., recruiters' school.
NC47 Washington, D. C., United States Navy School of Music.
NC48 Norfolk (Hampton Roads) Va., and San Diego, Calif., buglers and buglemasters' schools.
NC49 Pensacola, Fla., aviation flight training school.
NC50 Norfolk, Va., aviation training school
NC51 San Diego, Calif., aviation training school.
NC52 Washington, D. C., deep-sea diving school.
NC53 Lakehurst, N. J., parachute material school.
NC54 Lakehurst, N. J., lighter-than-air school, aviation flight training school.
NC55 Annapolis, Md., naval institute.
NC56 Edgewood Arsenal, naval unit.
NC57 San Diego, Calif., gyrocompass school.
NC58 Philadelphia, Pa., aviation instrument school.
NC59 Raritan Arsenal, N. J., aircraft instrument school.
NC60 Long Island City, N. Y., Ford instrument school.
NC61 Cavite, P. I., fleet radio school.
NC62 Asiatic station, "Black Hawk", machinist's mate school.
NC63 Anacostia station, Washington, D. C., electrical interior communication school, navy yard.
NC64 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., aviation ordnance men's school.
NC65 Small arms firing school.
NC66 Norfolk, Va., mess attendants (Negro).

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NC NAVAL SCHOOLS-Continued.
 
NC67 New London, Conn., Diesel engine school.
NC68 Kuahua, T. H., minecraft, mine school.
NC69 San Diego, Calif.. Diesel school.
NC70 Pensacola, Fla., aviation mechanics and metalsmith school.
NC71 San Diego, Calif., bomb target school.
NC72 Pearl Harbor, T. H., bomb sight aviation school.
NC73 Key West, Fla., east coast sound school.
NC74 Communications, radio, signal, yeomen, storekeepers, cooks and bakers, naval training schools.
NC74-1 Noroton, Conn.
NC74-2 Charleston, S. C.
NC74-3 Chicago, Ill.
NC74-4 Indianapolis, Ind.
NC74-5 Los Angeles, Calif.
NC74-6 San Francisco, Calif.
NC74-7 Port Blake (Port Blakely, Bainbridge Island, Wash.
NC74-8 Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine. (Obsolete, see NC111-1).
NC74-9 Toledo, Ohio, storekeepers and yeomen, naval training schools.
NC75 Jacksonville, Fla., radio trade school.
NC76 Yorktown, Va., mine warfare school.
NC77 Pensacola, Fla., link training school.
NC78 Dearborn, Mich., Ford Motor Co., naval service school.
NC79 New York. N. Y., hospital corps school.
NC80 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., Diesel school, naval operating base.
NC81 Jacksonville, Fla., aviation trade school.
NC82 Annapolis, Md., Diesel school (EES).
NC83 San Diego, Calif., sound school, west coast. (Obsolete, see NC37).
NC84 San Diego, Calif., parachute school.
NC85 Washington, D. C., inspector's school, Naval Gun Factory.
NC86 Washington, D. C., naval dental school, Naval Medical Center (Bethesda, Md.).
NC87 Toledo, Ohio, naval reserve signal and storekeepers school. (Obsolete. see NC74-9).
NC88 San Diego, Calif., welder school.
NC89 San Diego, Calif., aviation ordnance school.
NC90 Electrical naval training schools (enlisted men).
NC91 Pearl Harbor, T. H., fleet parachute material school.
NC92 Dahlgren, Va., bombsight and S. B. A. E. class C School.
NC93 San Diego, Calif., aviation machinist's mate school N. A. S.
NC94 San Diego, Calif., aviation radiomen's school, N. A. S.
NC95 Pearl Harbor, T. H., fleet torpedo school, submarine base.
NC96 Keyport, Wash., fleet torpedo school.
NC97 Aviation naval training schools (enlisted men).
NC98 Indoctrination nasal training schools.
NC99 San Diego, Calif., fleet fire control school.
NC100 Fighter director schools.
NC101 Washington, D. C. mine recovery school, navy yard.
NC102 Fleet machine gun school, Puuloa, T. H. (Pearl Harbor).
NC103 Clinton, Ontario, Canada, U. S. naval detachment, No. 31, radio school.

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NC NAVAL SCHOOLS-Continued.
 
NC104 Seattle, Wash., aviation ordnancemen's school.
NC105 Annapolis, Md., aviation radio school.
NC106 Diesel engineering naval training schools (enlisted men).
NC107 Aeronautical engineering naval training schools (officers).
NC108 Aviation engine naval training schools (officers).
NC109 Architecture naval training schools (officers).
NC110 Local Defense naval training schools (officers and enlisted men).
NC111 Radio engineering naval training schools (officers).
NC111-1 Brunswick, Maine, Bowdoin College.
NC111-2 Cambridge, Mass., Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
NC112 Diesel naval training schools (enlisted men).

ND NAVAL DISTRICTS.
 
ND1 First Naval District.
ND2 Third Naval District.
ND4 Fourth Naval District.
ND5 Fifth Naval District.
ND6 Sixth Naval District.
ND7 Seventh Naval District.
ND8 Eighth Naval District.
ND9 Ninth Naval District.
ND10 Tenth Naval District.
ND11 Eleventh Naval District.
ND12 Twelfth Naval District.
ND13 Thirteenth Naval District.
ND14 Fourteenth Naval District.
ND15 Fifteenth Naval District.
ND16 Sixteenth Naval District.
ND17 Activities on the Potomac and Severn Rivers.

NE NAVAL TRIAL COURSES.
 
NE1 Barren Island, Chesapeake Bay.
NE2 Delaware Breakwater.
NE3 Cape Ann, Mass.
NE4 Provincetown, Mass.
NE5 Block Island, R. I.
NE6 Port Jefferson, R. I.
NE7 Rockland, Maine.
NE8 Great Lakes, Ill.
NE9 Santa Barbara, Calif.
NE10 San Pedro, Calif.
NE11 California City Point, Calif.
NE12 Point Vincent, Calif.
NE13 Puget Sound (Vashon Island), Wash.
NE14 Guantanamo, Cuba.
NE15 Foreign courses.
NE16 Aircraft trial courses.
NE17 Olongapo, P. I.
NE18 Piney Point, Md.
NE19 Solomon's Island, Md., magnetic proving ground.

NF NAVAL AND STATE PRISONS.
 
NF1 Portsmouth, N. H., naval prison.
NF2 Parris Island, S. C., naval prison.

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NF NAVAL AND STATE PRISONS-Continued.
 
NF3 Cavite, P. I., naval prison.
NF4 Mare Island, Calif., naval prison.
NF5 State and other prisons. (For Federal penitentiaries, see Department of Justice.)

NG NAVAL COASTAL FRONTIER FORCES.
 
NG1 Northern Atlantic.
NG2 Southern Atlantic.
NG3 Northern Pacific.
NG4 Southern Pacific.
NG5 Caribbean.
NG6 Panama.
NG7 Hawaiian.
NG8 Philippine Islands.

NH NAVAL HOSPITALS.
 
NH1 Portsmouth, N. H.
NH2 Chelsea, Mass.
NH3 Newport, R. I.
NH4 Brooklyn, N. Y.
NH5 Philadelphia, Pa.
NH6 Washington, D. C., Medical Center
NH7 Annapolis, Md.
NH8 Norfolk, Portsmouth, Va.
NH9 Charleston, S. C.
NH10 Parris Island, S. C.
NH11 Key West, Fla.
NH12 Pensacola, Fla.
NH13 Great Lakes, Ill.
NH14 Puget Sound, Bremerton, Wash.
NH15 Mare Island, Calif.
NH16 San Diego, Calif.
NH17 Pearl Harbor, T. H.
NH18 Guam.
NH18-1 Guam Leper Colony.
NH19 Canacao, P, I.
NH20 Yokohama, Japan.
NH21 Virgin Islands, West Indies.
NH22 Hospitals other than naval (not listed elsewhere).
NH23 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
NH24 Kilauea, T. H., naval health and recreation camp.
NH24-1 Bagino, T. H., recreation health camp.
NH25 Naval dispensary, general.
NH25-1 San Pedro and Long Beach Area, Calif.
NH26 Bainbridge Island, Wash., navy recreation center.
NH27 Naval mobile base hospital No. 1.
NH28 Quantico, Va.
NH29 Coco Solo, C. Z., naval dispensary.
NH30 Jacksonville, Fla.
NH31 Balboa, C. Z., naval dispensary.
NH32 Corpus Christi, Tea.
NH33 San Pedro, Calif., naval dispensary.
NH34 Naval mobile base hospital No. 2.
NH35 San Juan, P. R., naval dispensary.
NH36 Argentia, Newfoundland, naval dispensary.
NH37 Bermuda, naval dispensary.
NH38 Jamaica, naval dispensary.

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NH NAVAL HOSPITALS-Continued.
 
NH39 Trinidad, British West Indies, naval dispensary.
NH40 St. Lucia, naval dispensary.
NH41 Antigua, naval dispensary.
NH42 British Guiana, naval dispensary.
NH43 Tutuila, Samoa, naval dispensary.
NH44 Naval mobile base hospital No. 3.

NL NAVY RECRUITING STATIONS
 
NL0 Navy Recruiting Bureau.
NL1 Boston, Mass.
NL2 New Haven, Conn.
NL3 Providence, R. L
NL4 Springfield, Mass.
NL5 Albany, N. Y.
NL6 Baltimore, Md.
NL9 Brooklyn, N. Y.
NL8 Buffalo, N. Y.
NL9 Newark, N. J.
NL10 New York, N. Y.
NL11 Philadelphia, Pa.
NL12 Atlanta, Ga.
NL13 Birmingham, Ala.
NL14 Jacksonville, Fla.
NL15 Nashville, Tenn.
NL16 Raleigh, N. C.
NL17 Richmond, Va.
NL18 Dallas, Tea;
NL19 Little Rock, Ark.
NL20 New Orleans, La.
NL21 Chicago, Ill.
NL22 Cincinnati, Ohio
NL23 Detroit, Mich.
NL24 Indianapolis, Ind.
NL25 Louisville, Ky.
NL26 Milwaukee, Wis.
NL27 Denver, Colo.
NL28 Des Moines, Iowa.
NL29 Kansas City, Mo.
NL30 Minneapolis, Minn.
NL31 Omaha, Nebr.
NL32 St. Louis, Mo.
NL33 Los Angeles, Calif.
NL34 Portland, Oreg.
NL35 Salt Lake City, Utah.
NL36 San Francisco, Calif.
NL37 Seattle, Wash.
NL38 Cleveland, Ohio.
NL39 Peoria, 111.
NL40 Houston, Tea.
NL41 Pittsburgh, Pa.
NL42 Eastern and northeastern divisions, navy recruiting inspectors.
NL43 Southern and southeastern divisions, navy recruiting inspectors.
NL44 Central and west central divisions, navy recruiting inspectors.
NL45 Western division, Navy recruiting inspectors.

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NL NAVY RECRUITING STATIONS-Continued.
 
NL46 Oklahoma City, Okla.
NL47 San Diego, Calif.

NM NAVY PERSONNEL DEPOTS.
 
NM1 Newport, R. L, naval training station.
NM2 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., naval training station.
NM3 Great Lakes, Ill., naval training station.
NM4 San Francisco, Calif., naval training station.
NM5 San Diego, Calif., naval training station.
NM6 Boston, Mass., naval receiving station.
NM7 New York, N. Y., receiving ship.
NM8 Philadelphia, Pa., naval receiving station.
NM9 Washington, D. C. naval receiving station.
NM10 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., naval receiving station.
NM11 Charleston, S. C. receiving ship.
NM12 Puget Sound,' Wash, naval receiving station.
NM13 San Francisco, Calif., receiving ship.
NM14 Pearl Harbor, T. H., naval receiving station.
NM15 Cavite, P. L, receiving ship.
NM16 Guantanamo, Cuba, marine receiving barracks.
NM17 San Diego, Calif., receiving ship.
NM18 Training camps.
NM19 Mare Island, Calif., marine barracks, navy yard.
NM20 New Orleans (Algiers), La., navy receiving station.
NM21 So. Brooklyn, N. Y., (Old Armory) (Lend-Lease), navy receiving station.

NN SHORE ESTABLISHMENTS.
 
NN1 East coast.
NN2 West coast.
NN3 Asiatic.
NN4 Inshore patrol.

NP NAVAL PLANTS.
 
NP1 Newport, R. L, naval torpedo station.
NP2 Alexandria, Va. (Washington, D. C., navy yard), naval torpedo station.
NP3 Keyport, Wash., torpedo station.
NP4 Baldwin, Long Island, naval ordnance plant.
NP5 South Charleston, W. Va., naval ordnance plant.
NP6 San Diego, Calif., torpedo testing room.
NP7 Washington, D. C., naval gun factory.
NP8 Indianhead, Md., naval powder factory.
NP9 Dahlgren, Va., naval proving ground.
NP10 Washington, D. C., wind tunnel.
NP11 Philadelphia, Pa., naval aircraft factory.
NP12 Washington, D. C., aeronautical engine testing laboratory.
NP13 Fort Worth, Tex., helium production plant.
NP14 Bellevue, D. C., naval experimental and research laboratory.
NP15 Anacostia, D. C., aircraft radio laboratory.
NP16 Annapolis, Md., engineering experiment station.
NP17 Washington, D. C., fire-control laboratory.
NP18 Philadelphia, Pa., naval boiler and turbine laboratory.
NP19 Brooklyn, N. Y., officers' uniform shop.
NP20 Brooklyn, N. Y., naval clothing depot.

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NP NAVAL PLANTS-Continued.
 
NP21 Carderock, Md., David Taylor model basin.
NP22 San Diego, Calif , radio and sound laboratory.
NP23
NP24 New London, Conn., under-water sound laboratory, Fort Trumbull.
NP25 Louisville, Ky., naval ordnance plant.
NP26 Centerville, Minn., naval ordnance plant.
NP27 Canton, Ohio, naval ordnance plant.
NP28 Indianapolis, Ind., naval ordnance plant.
NP29 Centerline, Mich., naval ordnance plant.
NP30 Macon, Ga., naval ordnance plant.

NR NAVAL RADIO-TRAFFIC STATIONS.
 
NR1 Bar Harbor, Me.
NR2 Portland, Maine.
NR3 Portsmouth, N. H.
NR4 Boston, Mass.
NR5 Chatham, Mass.
NR6 Newport, R. I.
NR7 New York, N. Y.
NR8 Fire Island, N. Y.
NR9 Amagansett, N. Y.
NR10 Sayville, N. Y.
NR11 Buffalo, N. Y.
NR12 San Juan, P. R. (Cagey).
NR13 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
NR14 Navassa Island.
NR15 Port au Prince, Haiti.
NR16 St. Thomas, V. I.
NR17 St. Croix, V.I.
NR18 San Domingo, Dominican Republic.
NR19 Philadelphia, Pa.
NR20 Cape May, N. J.
NR21 Lakehurst, N. J.
NR22 Baltimore, Md.
NR23 Annapolis, Md.
NR24 Annapolis, Md., Naval Academy.
NR25 Indianhead, Md.
NR26 Arlington, Va.
NR27 Washington, D. C., Navy Yard.
NR28 Washington, D. C., Navy Department Building.
NR29 Washington, D. C., Bureau of Standards.
NR30 Anacostia, D. C.
NR31 Quantico, Va.
NR32 Dahlgren, Va.
NR33 Norfolk, Va.
NR34 Virginia Beach, Va.
NR35 Morehead City, N. C.
NR36 Cape Hatteras, N. C.
NR37 Charleston, S. C.
NR38 Savannah, Ga.
NR39 Parris Island, S. C.
NR40 Key West, Fla.
NR41 St. Petersburg, Fla.
NR42 Miami, Fla.
NR43 Jupiter Inlet, Fla.
NR44 St. Augustine, Fla.
NR45 Pensacola, Fla.
NR46 New Orleans, La.
NR47 Grand Island, La.
NR48 Mobile, Ala.
NR49 Port Arthur, Tex.
NR50 Galveston, Tex.
NR51 Point Isabel, Tex. (Brownsville).
NR52 Great Lakes, 111.
NR53 Milwaukee, Wis.
NR54 Manistique, Mich.
NR55 Eagle Harbor, Mich.
NR56 Duluth, Minn.
NR57 Whitefish Point, Mich.
NR58 Mackinac Island, Mich.
NR59 Alpena, Mich.
NR60 Detroit, Mich.
NR61 Cleveland, Ohio.
NR62 Balboa, C. Z. (Farfan) (Darien) (Summit, C. Z.).
NR63 Colon (Gatun), C. Z.
NR64 Coco Solo, C. Z.
NR65 Cape Malo, C. Z.
NR66 Puerto O'Baidio, Panama.
NR67 LaPalma, Panama.
NR68 Managua, Nicaragua.
NR69 San Diego, Calif. (Point Loma and Chollas Heights).

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NR NAVAL RADIO-TRAFFIC STATIONS-Continued.
 
NR70 Inglewood, Calif.
NR71 San Francisco, Calif., (San Francisco and Mare Island).
NR72 San Francisco Beach.
NR73 Eureka, Calif.
NR74 Marshfield, Oreg.
NR75 Astoria, Oreg.
NR76 Seattle, Wash.
NR77 Puget Sound, Wash., (Keyport).
NR78 Tatoosh, Wash.
NR79 Ketchikan, Alaska.
NR80 Sitka, Alaska.
NR81 Juneau, Alaska.
NR82 Cordova, Alaska.
NR83 Seward, Alaska.
NR84 Kodiak, Alaska.
NR85 Dutch Harbor, Alaska.
NR86 Sarichef, Alaska.
NR87 Scotch Cap, Alaska.
NR88 St. George, Alaska.
NR89 St. Paul, Alaska.
NR90 Honolulu, T. H. (Wahiawa, T. H.).
NR91 Hilo, T. H.
NR92 Tutuila, Samoa.
NR93 Guam, Marianas Islands.
NR94 Cavite, P. I.
NR95 Olongapo, P. I.
NR96 Vladivostok. Russia.
NR97 Shanghai, China.
NR98 Peiping, China.
NR99 New London, Conn.
NR100 David, Republic of Panama.
NR101 City of Panama, Panama.
NR102 Sunnysale,Calif.
NR103 Cheltenham, Aid.
NR104 Trona Field, San Pedro, Calif.
NR105 San Nicholas Island, Calif.
NR106 Tientsin, China.
NR107 Bainbridge Island, Wash.
NR108 Trinidad, British West Indies.

NS NAVAL STATIONS.
 
NS1 Newport, R. I.
NS2 Key West, Fla.
NS3 New Orleans, La.
NS4 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
NS5 Culebra, P. R.
NS6 St. Thomas, V. I.
NS8 Guam, Marianas Islands.
NS9 Tutuila, Samoa.
NS10 Cavite, P. I. (now NY11, navy yard).
NS11 Olongapo, P. I.
NS12 Balboa, C. Z.
NS13 Fort Sherman, C. Z., harbor control station.
NS14 Flamenco Island, C. Z., harbor control station.
NS15 Harbor entrance control posts.

NT NAVAL DEPOTS.
 
NT1 Naval ammunition depots and magazines.
NT1-1 Hingham, Mass., naval ammunition depot.
NT1-2 Iona Island, N. Y., naval ammunition depot.
NT1-3 Lake Denmark, Dover, N. J., naval ammunition depot.
NT1-4 Fort Lafayette, N. Y., naval magazine.
NT1-5 Fort Mifflin, Pa., naval ammunition depot.
NT1-6 Bellevue, D. C., naval magazine.
NT1-7 St. Juliens Creek, Portsmouth, Va., naval ammunition depot.
NT1-8 Charleston (Berkeley County), S. C., naval ammunition depot.
NT1-9 Puget Sound, Wash., naval ammunition depot.

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NT NAVAL DEPOTS-Continued.
 
Naval ammunition depots and magazines-Continued.
NT1-10 Mare Island Calif. naval ammunition depot.
NT1-11 Kuaha, T. H., ammunition depot.
NT1-12 Cavite, P. I. naval ammunition depot.
NT1-13 Hawthorne Nev., naval ammunition depot.
NT1-14 Pig Point W., reserve depot.
NT1-15 Balboa, C. Z., naval ammunition depot.
NT1-16 Coco Solo, C. Z. naval ammunition depot.
NT1-17 Indian Island, Wash., naval magazine.
NT1-18 Burns City, Ind., naval ammunition depot.
NT1-19 Rose Island (Newport), R. I., naval magazine.
NT1-20 San Diego, Calif. (Fallbrook), naval ammunition depot.
NT1-21 Guantanamo, Cuba, naval magazine.
NT1-22 Key West, Fla., naval magazine.
NT1-23 Mariveles, P. I. naval ammunition depot.
NT2 Naval fuel and coal depots.
NT2-1 East Lamoine, Maine, naval fuel depot.
NT2-2 Constable Hook, N. J., naval fuel depot.
NT2-3 Yorktown, Va., naval fuel depot.
NT2-4 San Diego Calif, , naval fuel depot.
NT2-5 Tiburon, Calif., naval fuel depot.
NT2-6 Cabras, Guam, naval fuel depot.
NT2-7 Melville Station, R. L, naval fuel depot.
NT2-8 Yokohama, Japan naval coal depot.
NT2-9 Sangley Point, P. I. naval fuel depot.
NT2-10 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., naval fuel depot.
NT2-11 Pearl Harbor, T. H., naval fuel depot.
NT2-12 Norfolk, Va. (Craney Island), naval fuel annex, naval supply depot.
NT2-13 Old Orchard and Middle Pts., Wash., naval fuel depot.
NT3 Naval mine depots and bases.
NT3-1 New London, Conn., naval mine depot.
NT3-2 Yorktown, Va., naval mine depot.
NT3-3 Cavite P. I., naval mine base.
NT4 Naval supply depots and stations.
NT4-1 Brooklyn, N. Y., naval supply depot.
NT4-2 Brooklyn N Y., naval medical supply depot.
NT4-3 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va., naval supply depot.
NT4-4 San Diego, Calif. naval supply depot.
NT4-5 Constantinople Turkey, naval supply depot.
NT4-6 Mare Island, Calif., naval medical-supply depot.
NT4-7 Canacao, P. I., naval medical supply depot.
NT4-8 Oakland, Calif., medical depot.
NT4-9 Pearl Harbor, T. H., naval supply depot.
NT4-10 Tiburon, Calif., naval net depot.
NT4-11 St. Thomas, V. I., naval net depot.
NT4-12 Hospital Cay, Guantanamo, Cuba, naval net depot.
NT4-13 Bishop Point, Pearl Harbor, T. H., naval net depot.
NT4-14 Newport News, Va., naval net depot.
NT4-15 Yorktown Va. naval net depot.
NT4-16 New London bona., naval net depot.
NT4-17 Charleston, f7. C., naval net depot.
NT4-18 Boston, Mass., naval net depot.
NT4-19 New York, N. Y., naval net depot.
NT4-20 Fort Mifflin Pa., naval net depot.
NT4-21 Newport (Melville), R. I., naval net depot.
NT4-22 Bayonne, N. J., naval supply depot.

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NT NAVAL DEPOTS-Continued.
 
Naval ammunition depots and magazines-Continued.
NT4-23 Tompkinsville, N. Y., naval net depot.
NT4-24 San Pedro, Calif., naval net depot.
NT4-25 San Diego, Calif., naval net depot.
NT4-26 San Juan, P. R., naval net depot.
NT4-27 Coco Solo, C. Z., naval net depot.
NT4-28 Oakland, Calif., naval supply depot.
NT4-29 Bremerton, Wash. naval net depot.
NT4-30 Pearl Harbor, T. H., naval medical supply depot.
NT4-31 Portsmouth N. H., naval net depot.
NT4-32 Balboa, C. L., naval net depot.
NT4-33 Bayonne, N. J., naval net depot.
NT4-34 Mariveles, P. I., naval net depot.
NT4-35 Pago Pago, Tutuila, Samoa, naval net depot.
NT4-36 Port Townsend Wash., naval net depot.
NT4-37 Indian Island, Puget Sound, Wash., naval net depot.
NT4-38 Seattle, Wash., navy supply pier, Pier 41.
NT4-39 Casco Bay, Portland, sins, navy supply pier.
NT4-40 Balboa, C. Z., navy supply depot N. O. B.
NT4-41 Newport, R. I., fleet supply depot.
NT5 Naval torpedo depots.
NT5-1 New London, Conn.
NT5-2 Philadelphia, Pa.
NT5-3 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va.
NT5-4 St. Juliens Creek, Va.
NT5-5 Pensacola, Fla.
NT5-6 Charleston, S. C., torpedo depot.
NT5-7 Key West, Fla.
NT5-8 Mare Island, Calif., torpedo depot.
NT5-9 San Pedro, Calif.
NT5-10 San Diego, Calif.
NT5-11 Coco Solo C. Z.
NT5-12 Kuahua H.
NT5-13 Cavite, P. I.
NT6 Marine corps depots of supplies.
NT6-1 Philadelphia, Pa.
NT6-2 San Francisco, Calif.
NT6-3 Norfolk (Hampton Roads), Va.
NT7 Motion picture exchanges.
NT7-1 New York, N. Y.
NT7-2 Mare Island Calif. (subexchange).
NT7-3 San Diego, Calif.
NT7-4 Cavite, P. I.
NT7-5 San Pedro, Calif. (subexchange).

NU RADAR STATIONS.
 
NU1 Guam.
NU2 Midway.
NU3 Johnson.
NU4 Palmyra.
NU5 Samoa.
NU6 Wake Island.
NU7 Guantanamo.
NU8 Tutuila.

NV NAVAL VETERANS' HOMES
 
NV1 Philadelphia, Pa.

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NX NAVAL RADIO DIRECTION-FINDER STATIONS.-Continued.
 
NX1 Bar Harbor, Maine.
NX2 Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
NX3 Thatcher Island, Mass.
NX4 Deer Island, Mass.
NX5 Fourth Cliff, Mass.
NX6 Chatham, Mass.
NX7 Surfside, Mass.
NX8 North Truro, Mass.
NX9 Prices Neck, R. 1.
NX10 Sandy Hook, N. J.
NX11 Fire Island, N. Y.
NX12 Amagansett, N. Y.
NX13 Cape May, N. J.
NX14 Manasquam, N. J.
NX15 Lakehurst, N. J.
NX16 Cape Henlopen, Del.
NXI7 Bethany Beach, Del.
NX18 Anacostia, D. C.
NX19 Virginia Beach, Va.
NX20 Hog Island, Va.
NX21 Poyners Hill, N. C.
NX22 Cape Hatteras, N. C.
NX23 Cape Lookout, N. C.
NX24 Folly Island, S. C.
NX25 North Island, S. C.
NX26 Tybee Island, S. C.
NX27 Key West, Fla.
NX28 Jupiter, Fla.
NX29 Pensacola, Fla.
NX30 South Pass, La.
NX31 Sabine Pass, Tex.
NX32 Manistique, Mich.
NX33 Eagle Harbor, Mich.
NX34 Whitefish Point, Mich.
NX35 Detour Point, Mich.
NX36 Grand Marais, Mich.
NX37 Thunder Bay Island.
NX38 Point Loma, Calif.
NX39 Imperial Beach, Calif.
NX40 Point Fermin, Calif.
NX41 Point Hueneme, Calif.
NX42 Point Arguello, Calif.
NX43 Farallone Island, Calif.
NX44 Point Montara, Calif.
NX45 Bird Island, Calif.
NX46 Point Reyes, Calif.
NX47 Eureka, Calif.
NX48 Coco Solo, C. Z.
NX49 Empire, Oreg.
NX50 Fort Stevens, Oreg.
NX51 Klipsan Beach, Wash.
NX52 Tatoosh Island, Wash.
NX53 New Dungenness, Wash.
NX54 Port Angeles, Wash.
NX55 Cattle Point, Wash.
NX56 Smith Island, Wash.
NX57 Soapstone Point, Alaska.
NX58 Cape Hinchinbrook, Alaska.
NX59 St. Paul, Alaska.
NX60 Guam, Marianas Islands.
NX61 Peiping, China.
NX62 Galveston, Tex.
NX63 Point St. George, Calif.
NX64 Destruction Island, Wash.
NX65 Colon, C. Z.
NX66 Toro Point, C. Z.
NX67 Mare Island, Calif.
NX68 Norfolk, Va.
NX69 San Juan, P. R.

NY NAVY YARDS.
 
NY1 Portsmouth, N. H.
NY2 Boston, Mass.
NY2-1 South Boston, Mass.
NY3 New York, N. Y.
NY4 Philadelphia, Pa.
NY5 Washington, D. C.
NY6 Norfolk (Portsmouth), Va.
NY7 Charleston, S. C.
NY8 Puget Sound, Bremerton, Wash.
NY9 Mare Island, Calif.
NY9-1 Hunters Point, Calif.
NY10 Pearl Harbor, T. H.
NY11 Cavite, P. I.

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NZ PUBLIC RESERVATIONS.
 
NZ1 Other government departments.
NZ2 Naval, general.
NZ3 Fishery.
NZ4 Forest or timber.
NZ5 Mineral reserves.
NZ6 Coal reserves.
NZ7 Oil-shale reserves.
NZ8 Petroleum reserves.
NZ9 National, International, and State reservation.
NZ10 Helium reserves.

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OA MARINE CORPS (OFFICERS).
 
OA1 Major general.
OA2 Brigadier general.
OA3 Colonels.
OA4 Lieutenant colonels.
OA5 Majors.
OA6 Captains.
OA7 First lieutenants.
OA8 Second lieutenants.
OA9 Marine gunners.
OA11 Pay clerks.
OA12 Warrant officers.

OB RESERVE CORPS.
 
(Combine with corps and ranks. A number must be added for each class of reserve).

OC NAVAL CONSTRUCTOR CORPS.
 
OC12 Naval constructors.
OC13 Assistant naval constructors.
(To show any particular rank add rank numbers as shown under "Line.")

OD DENTAL CORPS.
 
OD12 Dental surgeons.
OD13 Passed assistant dental surgeons.
OD14 Assistant dental surgeons.
OD15 Acting assistant dental surgeons.
(To show any particular rank add rank numbers as shown under "Line.").

OE CIVIL ENGINEER CORPS.
 
OE12 Civil engineers.
OE13 Assistant civil engineers.
(To show any particular rank add rank numbers as shown under "Line.").

OF ADMINISTRATIVE AND/OR TACTICAL OFFICERS AFLOAT
 
OF1 Commander in chief.
OF2 Fleet commander.
OF3 Detachment commander.
OF4 Force commander.
OF5 Flotilla commander.
OF6 Squadron commander.
OF7 Division commander.
OF8 Section commander.
OF9 Unit commander.
OF10 Commanding officer.
OF11 Executive officer.
OF12 First lieutenant.
OF13 Engineer officer.
OF14 Gunnery officer.
OF15 Navigation officer.
OF16 Medical officer.
OF17 Supply officer.
OF17-1 Disbursing officer.
OF18 Communication officer.
OF19 Assistant fire-control officer.
OF20 Assistant engineer officer.

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OF ADMINISTRATIVE AND/OR TACTICAL OFFICERS AFLOAT-Continued.
 
OF21 Watch and division officer.
OF22 Senior officer present afloat.
OF23 Officer on the staff.
OF24 Officer of the deck.
OF25 Officer of the engineroom watch.
OF26 Immediate superior in command.
OF27 Finance officer.
OF28 Chief of Staff.
OF29 Aviation officers.

OG NURSE CORPS.
 
OG1 Nurse corps superintendent.
OG2 Nurse, chief.
OG3 Nurse.
OG4 Nurse, Reserve.

OH CHAPLAIN CORPS.
 
OH12 Chaplains.
OH13 Acting chaplains.
(To show any particular rank add rank numbers as shown under "Line.").

OK STAFF OFFICERS.
 

OL LINE OFFICERS.
 
OL1 Admirals
OL2 Vice admirals.
OL3 Rear admirals.
OL4 Captains.
OL5 Commanders.
OL6 Lieutenant commanders.
OL7 Lieutenants.
OL8 Lieutenants (junior grade).
OL9 Ensigns.
OL10 Acting ensigns.
OL11 Midshipmen.

OM MEDICAL CORPS.
 
OM12 Medical directors.
OM13 Medical inspectors.
OM14 Surgeons.
OM15 Passed assistant surgeons.
OM16 Assistant surgeons.
OM17 Acting assistant surgeons.
  (To show any particular rank add rank numbers as shown under "Line.")

ON ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS ASHORE.
 
ON1 Military governor.
ON2 Commandant.
ON3 Commanding officer ashore.
ON4 Industrial manager.
ON5 Captain of the yard.
ON6 Executive officer ashore.
ON7 Engineer officer.
ON8 Construction officer.
ON9 Public works officer.
ON10 Inspection officer.
ON11 Supply officer.
ON12 Disbursing officer.
ON13 Accounting officer.
ON14 Medical officer.
ON15 Communication officer.
ON16 Injury officer.
ON17 Duty officer.
ON18 Dental officer.
ON19 Destroyer stores officer.
ON20 Patrol officer (senior or other).
ON21 Radio material officer.
ON22 Intelligence officers.

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OO OFFICER PERSONNEL.-Continued.
 
OO1 Chiefs of bureau.
OO2 Assistant chiefs of bureau.
The name title file number for correspondence on an individual officer shall be the letter "OO" followed, by the file serial number assigned to that officer by the Bureau of Navigation. Ships and stations may obtain the serial number in question from the copy of the officer's orders, ordering him to the station. The symbol "OO" combined with the name of the officer involved may also be used.

OP PROFESSORS OF MATHEMATICS.
 

OQ FOREIGN OFFICERS (OTHER THAN ATTACHES).
 

OR RETIRED OFFICERS.
 
(Combine with corps and rank, title numbers as necessary.)

OS SUPPLY CORPS.
 
OS12 Pay directors.
OS13 Pay inspectors.
OS14 Paymasters.
OS15 Past assistant paymasters.
OS16 Assistant paymasters.
OS17 Disbursing officers, general.
(To show any particular rank add rank numbers as shown under "Line.")

OT MERCHANT MARINE OFFICERS.
 

OV AVIATION OFFICERS.
 
OV1 Flight surgeon.
OV2 Observers.
OV3 Aerological.
OV4 Aviators.
  Heavier than air.
  Lighter than air.

OW WARRANT OFFICERS.
 
OW1 Chief boatswains.
OW2 Boatswains.
OW3 Chief gunners.
OW4 Gunners.
OW5 Chief machinists.
OW6 Machinists.
OW7 Chief carpenters.
OW8 Carpenters.
OW9 Chief pharmacists.
OW10 Pharmacists.
OW11 Chief pay clerks.
OW12 Pay clerks.
OW13 Acting pay clerks.
OW14 Chief electricians.
OW15 Electricians.
OW16 Chief radio electricians.
OW17 Radio electricians.

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OZ NAVAL MILITIA OFFICERS.
 
The file number on correspondence regarding a particular officer or enlisted man shall be for an officer the file number assigned him by the Bureau of Navigation or OO, followed by his name, and for an enlisted man MM, followed by his service number, and in either case may or may not include a subject or name title file number. In the case of an officer it shall be optional to use either the number assigned by the Bureau of Navigation or OO, followed by the officer's name.
Examp1e.-Subject, Lieut. J.J . Jones, orders; file No, 32165; OO Jones, J. J.; OO, Jones, J. J./P16-4.
The file number on correspondence regarding several officers or several enlisted men shall be for officers the file number assigned by the Bureau or Navigation or OO, followed by the name, and for enlisted men MM, followed by the service number of the first individual listed, and may or may not include a subject or name title file number, In general correspondance relating to several individuals it shall be optional to use the name of the first individual, as above provided, or to use the subject or name title numbers. In orders to a draft of men by name or ratings the file number shall, in addition, include the personnel group subject title file number and the name title file number of the ship or station to which the draft is to proceed.
Example.-Subject, orders to a draft of men from receiving ship New York to U. S. S. Florida, Seaman W. W. Smith being the first man mentioned by name in the orders; file No. MM-243512/BB30/P16-1; subject, travel orders to officers listed, at PG school; NC4/P16-4.

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(To individualize the PC-PYc class designations, unless otherwise named add thereto the identification number of the particular vessel in question.)

PC PATROL VESSELS-SUBMARINE CHASERS.
 

PE PATROL VESSELS-EAGLES.
 

PG PATROL VESSELS-GUNBOATS.
 
PG9 Helena (stricken).
PG16 Palos.
PG17 Dubuque (ex-AG6).
PG18 Paducah (ex-AG7).
PG19 Sacramento.
PG20 Monocacy (nowPR2) (stricken).
PG21 Asheville.
PG22 Tulsa.
PG35 Topeka (stricken).
PG38 Elcano.
PG39 Pampanga.
PG40 Quiros.
PG42 Villalobos.
PG43 Guam (now Wake PR3).
PG44 Tutuila (now PR4).
PG45 Panay (now PR5).
PG46 Oahu (now PR6).
PG47 Luzon (now PR7).
PG48 Mindanao (now PR8).
PG49 Fulton (ex-AS1) (stricken).
PG50 Erie.
PG51 Charleston.
PG52 Niagara.
PG53 Vixen.
PG54 St. Augustine.
PG55 Jamestown.
PG56 Williamsburg.

PR PATROL VESSELS-RIVER GUNBOATS.
 
PR1 Palos (stricken).
PR2 Monocacy (ex-PG-20) (stricken).
PR3 Wake (ex-Guam) (ex-PG43).
PR4 Tutuila (ex-PG44).
PR5 Panay (ex-PG45).
PR6 Oahu (ex-PG46).
PR7 Luzon (ex-PG47).
PR8 Mindanao (ex-PG48).

PT MOTOR TORPEDO BOATS.
 

PY PATROL VESSELS-YACHTS (CONVERTED).
 
PY1 Mayflower (stickers).
PY3 Scorpion (stickers).
PY4 Vixen (stickers).
PY5 Sylph (stickers).
PY6 Nokomis (now YT142).
PY7 Aramis (stricken).
PY8 Despatch (stricken).
PY9 Niagara (stickers).
PY10 Isabel.
PY11 Wenonah (stricken).
PY12 Sylph.
PY13 Siren.
PY14 Argus.
PY15 Coral.
PY16 Zircon.
PY17 Jade.
PY18 Turquoise.
PY19 Carnelian.
PY20 Tourmaline.
PY21 Ruby.

PYc PATROL VESSELS-YACHTS-COASTAL.
 
PYc1 Emerald.
PYc2 Sapphire.
PYc3 Amethyst.
PYc4 Agate.
PYc5 Onyx.
PYc6 Amber.
YYc7 Aquamarine.
PYc8 Opal.
PYc9 Moonstone.
PYc10 Topaz.
PYc11 Andradite.
PYc12 Sardonyx.
PYc13 Jasper.
PYc14 Truant.

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QA ARMY.
 

QB BOARDS AND COMMITTEES (EXCEPT CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES).
 
(To be followed by name or initials of board or committees in question or by appropriate symbol.)

QC COMMISSIONS, MISSIONS, AND HIGH COMMISSIONS.
 
(To be followed by name or initials of commission, mission, or high commission in question or by appropriate symbol.)

QD BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS (OTHER THAN MARINE CORPS).
 
QD1 Navy band, Washington, D. C.
QD2 Navy band, Naval Academy.
QD3 Navy bands, ship and shore.
QD4 Government bands and orchestras other than Navy.
QD5 Civilian bands and orchestras.
QD6 Foreign bands and orchestras.

QE ARTS AND SCIENCES.
 
(To be followed by name.)

QF MONEY, COIN, ETC.
 

QG GRAND DIVISIONS, LAND, GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATIONS, ETC.
 
QG1 Eastern Hemisphere.
QG1-1 Africa.
QG1-2 Asia.
QG1-3 Australasia.
QG1-4 Europe
QG1-5 The Orient, Far East, East.
QG2 Western Hemisphere.
QG2-1 North America.
QG2-2 South America.
QG2-3 West Indies.
QG2-4 Central America or Central American Republics.
QG2-5 Latin America or Latin American countries.
QG3 Arctic regions.
QG4 Antarctic regions.
QG5 Continental limits of countries.
See EF for specific governments and countries and EM for municipal governments and cities. When exact geographical locations are desired, use QG with name of location written out. (This rule need not be followed by Hydrographic Office.)

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QH GRAND DIVISIONS, WATER.
 
QH1 North Atlantic Ocean.
QH2 South Atlantic Ocean.
QH3 Mediterranean Sea
QH4 Indian Ocean.
QH5 North Pacific Ocean-West.
QH6 South Pacific Ocean West.
QH7 North Pacific Ocean-East.
QH8 South Pacific Ocean-East.
When exact body of water is to be designed, use QH followed by name. (This rule need not be followed by Hydrographic Office.)

QI ANIMALS ETC. (OTHER THAN DOMESTIC).
 
Birds.
Insects.
Fish.
Reptiles.

QL CONSTABULARY, POLICE AND DETECTIVES, SHORE PATROL, ETC.
 

QM COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISES, INDUSTRIES, FIRMS, MANUFACTURERS, ETC.
 
When using this file number the name or initial of the firm shall follow right after the number, as per example, QM-New York Shipbuilding Co. or QM-NYSB.

QN NAVY.
 

QO FEDERAL PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
 
QO1 Outside of District of Columbia (add name of city).
QO2 Within District of Columbia.
QO2-1 Navy Department Building.
QO2-2 Archives Building.
QO2-3 Proposed new Navy Department Building.

QP PROCESS.
 
To be followed by name of process written out in full.

QQ MISCELLANEOUS NAME TITLES.
 

QR NAVAL RESERVES.
 
QR1 Fleet Reserve.
QR2 Merchant Marine Reserve.
QR3 Volunteer Naval Reserve.
QR4 Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps.
QR5 Naval Reserve, aviation.
QR6 Naval Reserve, communication.
QR7 Organized Reserve.
To be combined with symbol of naval district involved.

QS VESSELS OTHER THAN NAVY.
 
QS1 Merchant vessels or merchant marine. (Identification numbers to be added in parentheses).
QS2 Army transports.

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QS VESSELS OTHER THAN NAVY-Continued.
 
QS3 Army cable ships.
QS4 Army mine planters.
QS5 Army engineers' survey vessels.
QS6 Army Lake survey vessels.
QS7 U. S. Maritime commission vessels.
QS7-1 Service training ships.
QS8 Quarantine vessels.
QS9 Lighthouse vessels.
QS10 Immigration vessels.
QS11 Labor department vessels.
QS12 Coast and geodetic survey vessels.
QS13 Coast guard vessels.
QS14 Fish commission vessels.
QS15 Vessels belonging to foreign governments.
QS16 Nautical school ships. (Name title of State to be added.)
QS17 Privately owned yachts.
QS18 Privately owned harbor boats.
QS19 Naval reserve vessels.
QS20 Panama Canal boats.
Further divisions can be made by adding name of vessels.

QT TARGETS, TARGET SCREENS, TARGET RAFTS, TARGET KITES, AND TARGET HIGH SPEED.
 

QU GUNNERY TRAINING SHIPS.
 

QV RADIO STATIONS OTHER THAN NAVY.
 
QV1 Government stations other than Navy.
QV2 Commercial.
QV3 Foreign.
QV4 Amateur.
QV5 Commercial radio broadcasting stations.
QV6 Naval reserve radio stations.

QW WARS.
 
QW1 Revolutionary War.
QW2 Naval war with France.
QW3 Tripolitan War.
QW4 War of 1812.
QW5 War with Barbary States.
QW6 War with Mexico.
QW7 Civil War.
QW8 Spanish-American War.
QW9 Philippine Insurection.
QW10 Boxer Rebellion.
QW11 Second intervention in Cuba.
QW12 Vera Cruz campaign.
QW13 World War.
QW14 Nicaragua intervention.
QW15 Chinese expedition.
QW16 Foreign wars.
QW17 Sino-Japanese.
QW18 Spanish Rebellion.
QW19 European disturbances.

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QX GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, WATER.
 
(For Grand Divisions, Water, see QH.)
Insert the following symbols to represent the various geographic divisions of water not otherwise specifically provided for, and follow with name when exact body of water is to be designated. (For Los Angeles Harbor use QX8-Los Angeles; for San Pedro, Calif., Harbor, use QX8-Los Angeles. The Harbor for Los Angeles is at an Pedro Calif.)
QX1 Seas.
QX2 Gulfs and bays.
QX3 Lakes and lagoons.
QX4 Sounds, straits and channels (narrows).
QX5 Inlets; bayous and coves.
QX6 Rivers, creeks and brooks.
QX7 Canals.
QX8 Harbors.
QX9 Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Deep Waterway.

QZ STATE NAVAL MILITIAS AND NATIONAL GUARD.
 
(To be combined with name title of State in question.)

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SM MINE-LAYING SUBMARINES.-Continued.
 
SM1 Argonaut (ex-SS166).

SS SUBMARINES.
 
SS29 H-2 (stricken).
SS30 H-3 (stricken).
SS32 K-1 (stricken).
SS33 K-2 (stricken).
SS34 K-3 (stricken).
SS35 K-4 (stricken).
SS36 K-5 (stricken).
SS37 K-6 (stricken).
SS38 K-7 (stricken).
SS39 K-8 (stricken).
SS41 L-2 (stricken).
SS42 L-3 (stricken).
SS44 L-5 (stricken).
SS45 L-6 (stricken).
SS46 L-7 (stricken).
SS48 L-8 (stricken).
SS49 L-9 (stricken).
SS51 L-11 (stricken).
SS52 T-1 (stricken).
SS53 N-1 (stricken).
S854 N-2 (stricken).
SS55 N-3 (stricken).
SS60 T-2 (stricken).
SS61 T-3 (stricken).
SS62 O-1 (stricken).
SS63 O-2.
SS64 O-3.
SS65 O-4.
SS66 O-5 (stricken).
SS67 O-6.
SS68 O-7.
SS69 O-8.
SS70 O-9.
SS71 O-10.
SS72 O-11 (stricken).
SS73 O-12 (stricken).
SS74 O-13 (stricken).
SS75 O-14 (stricken).
S876 O-15 (stricken).
SS77 O-16 (stricken).
SS78 R-1.
SS79 R-2.
SS80 R-3.
SS81 R-4.
SS82 R-5.
SS83 R-6.
SS84 R-7.
SS85 R-8 (stricken).
SS86 R-9.
SS87 R-10.
SS88 R-11.
SS89 R-12.
SS90 R-13.
SS91 R-14.
SS92 R-15.
SS93 R-16.
SS94 R-17.
SS95 R-18.
SS96 R-19.
SS97 R-20.
SS98 R-21 (stricken).
SS99 R-22 (stricken).
SS100 R-23 (stricken).
SS101 R-24 (stricken).
SS102 R-25 (stricken).
SS103 R-26 (stricken).
SS104 R-27 (stricken).
SS105 S-1.
SS106 S-2 (stricken).
SS107 S-3 (stricken).
SS109 S-4 (stricken).
SS111 S-6 (stricken).
SS112 S-7 (stricken).
SS113 S-8 (stricken).
SS114 S-9 (stricken).
SS115 S-10 (stricken).
SS116 S-11.
SS117 S-12.
SS118 S-13.
SS119 S-14.
SS120 S-15.
SS121 S-16.
SS122 S-17.
SS123 S-18.
SS124 S-19.
SS125 S-20.
SS126 S-21.
SS127 S-22.
SS128 S-23.
SS129 S-24.
SS130 S-25.
SS131 S-26.
SS132 S-27.
SS133 S-28.
SS134 S-29.
SS135 S-30.
SS136 S-31.
SS137 S-32.

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SS SUBMARINES-Continued.
 
SS138 S-33.
SS139 S-34.
SS140 S-35.
SS141 S-36.
SS142 S-37.
SS143 S-38.
SS144 S-39.
SS145 S-40:
SS146 S-41.
SS147 H-4 (stricken).
SS148 H-5 (stricken).
SS149 H-6 (stricken).
SS150 H-7 (stricken).
SS151 H-8 (stricken).
SS152 H-9 (stricken).
SS153 S-42.
SS154 S-43.
SS155 S-44.
SS156 S-45.
SS157 S-46.
SS158 S-47.
SS159 S-48.
SS160 S-49 (stricken).
SS161 S-50 (stricken).
SS162 S-51 (stricken).
SS163 Barracuda.
SS164 Base.
SS165 Bonita.
SS166 Argonaut (now SM1).
SS167 Narwhal.
SS168 Nautilus.
S5169 Dolphin.
SS170 Cachalot.
SS171 Cuttlefish.
SS172 Porpoise.
SS173 Pike.
SS174 Shark.
SS175 Tarpon
SS176 Perch.
SS177 Pickerel.
SS178 Permit.
SS179 Plunger.
SS180 Pollack.
SS181 Pompano.
SS182 Salmon.
SS183 Seal.
SS184 Skipjack.
SS185 Snapper.
SS186 Stingray.
SS187 Sturgeon.
SS188 Sargo.
SS189 Saury.
SS190 Spearfish.
SS191 Sculpin.
SS192 Sailfish (ex-Squalus)
SS193 Swordfish.
SS194 Seadragon.
SS195 Seallon.
SS196 Searaven.
SS197 Seawolf.
SS198 Tambor.
SS199 Tantog.
SS200 Thresher.
SS201 Triton.
SS202 Trout.
SS203 Tuna.
SS204 Mackerel.
SS205 Marlin.
SS206 Gar.
SS207 Grampus.
SS208 Grayback.
SS209 Grayling.
SS210 Grenadier.
SS211 Gudgeon.
SS212 Gato.
SS213 Greenling.
SS214 Grouper.
SS215 Growler.
SS216 Grunion
SS217 Guardfish.
SS218 Albacore.
SS219 Amberjack.
SS220 Barb.
SS221 Blackfish.
SS222 Bluefish.
SS223 Bonefish.
SS224 Cod.
SS225 Cero.
SS226 Corvina.
SS227 Darter.
SS228 Drum.
SS229 Flying Fish.
SS230 Finback.
SS231 Haddock.
SS232 Halibut.
SS233 Herring.
SS234 Kingfish.
SS235 Shad.
SS236 Silversides.
SS237 Trigger
SS238 Wahoo.
SS239 Whale.
SS240 Angler.
SS241 Bashaw.
SS242 Bluegill.
SS243 Bream.
SS244 Cavalla.
SS245 Cobia.
SS246 Croaker.
SS247 Dace.
SS248 Dorado.
SS249 Flasher.
SS250 Flier.
SS251 Flounder.
SS252 Gabian.

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SS SUBMARIMES-Continued.
 
SS253 Gunnel.
SS254 Guruard.
SS285 Haddo.
SS256 Hake.
SS257 Harder.
SS258 Hoe.
SS259 Jack.
SS260 Lapon.
SS261 Mingo.
SS262 Muskallunge.
SS263 Paddle.
SS264 Pargo.
SS265 Peto.
SS266 Pogy.
SS267 Pompon.
SS268 Puffer.
SS269 Rasher.
SS270 Raton.
SS271 Kay.
SS272 Redfin.
SS273 Robalo.
SS274 Rock.
SS278 Runner.
SS276 Sawfish.
SS277 Scamp.
SS278 Scorpion.
SS279 Snook.
SS280 Steelhead.
SS281 Sunfish.
SS282 Tunny.
SS283 Tinosa.
SS284 Tullibee.

287

VB BOMBING PLANES.-Continued.
 

VF FIGHTING PLANES.
 

VG TRANSPORT (SINGLE ENGINE) PLANES.
 

VH AMBULANCE PLANES (OBSOLETE).
 

VJ GENERAL UTILITY PLANES.
 

VJR UTILITY-TRANSPORT PLANES.
 

VL GLIDERS.
 

VM MISCELLANEOUS PLANES.
 

VN TRAINING PLANES.
 

VO OBSERVATION PLANES.
 

VOS OBSERVATION-SCOUTING PLANES.
 

VP PATROL PLANES.
 

VPB PATROL BOMBING PLANES.
 

VR TRANSPORT (MULTI-ENGINE) PLANES.
 

VS SCOUTING PLANES.
 

VSB SCOUTING-BOMBING PLANES.
 

VSN SCOUT-TRAINING PLANES.
 

VSO SCOUTING-OBSERVATION PLANES.
 

VT TORPEDO PLANES.
 

VTB TORPEDO BOMBING PLANES.
 
For various types, and model designations of aircraft see Bureau of Aeronautics model designation of naval aircraft.

To obtain squadron symbols under the above classifications, to the letter "F" add the designation for the class of planes desired and the squadron number. Example:
  FVO-1. Observation Squadron 1.
  FVPB-3. Patrol Bombing Squadron 3.

(To individualize the YA-YZ class designations, unless otherwise named add thereto the identification number of the particular craft in question.)


VV AIRCRAFT, GENERAL.
 

288

YA ASH LIGHTERS.-Continued.
 

YAG DISTRICT AUXILIARY-MISCELLANEOUS.
 
YAG1 Tatoosh

YB BARGES.
 

YC OPEN LIGHTERS.
 

YCF CAR FLOATS.
 

YD FLOATING DERRICKS.
 

YF COVERED LIGHTERS.
 

YFB FERRYBOATS AND LAUNCHES.
 
YFB1 Asp (stricken).
YFB2 Admiral Glass (stricken).
YFB3 Berceau.
YFB4 Cyane (stricken).
YFB5 Faithful (stricken).
YFB7 Leslie (stricken).
YFB8 Navy Yard (stricken).
YFB10 Wave (stricken).
YFB12 San Felipe.
YFB14 Aquidneck.
YFB15 Conanicut.
YFB16 Manuwai.
YFB17 Nihoa.
YFB18 Monhegan.
YFB20 League Island.
YFB21 Calistoga.
YFB132 Launch No. 132.
YFB280 Inca.
YFB308 Dart (stricken).
YFB621 Castro (stricken).
YFB663 Otter.
YFB681 Santa Rita (stricken).
YFB682 Rosal.
YFB683 Camia.
YFB684 Dapdap.
YFB685 Rivera.
YFB687 Magdalena.
YFB688 Yacal.
YFB1048 Launch No. 1048 (stricken).
YFB1059 Spray (stricken).
YFB1163 Narragansett.
YFB2047 Porpoise (stricken).
YFB2079 Shady Side (stricken).

YG GARBAGE LIGHTERS.
 

YH AMBULANCE BOATS.
 

YHB HOUSE BARGES.
 

YHT HEATING SCOWS.
 

YM DREDGES.
 

YMD MUD SCOWS.
 

YMT MOTOR TUGS.
 

YN DISTRICT CRAFT-NET TENDERS.
 
YN1 Aloe.
YN2 Ash.
YN3 Boxwood (ex-Birch).
YN4 Butternut.
YN5 Catalpa.
YN6 Chestnut.

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YN DISTRICT CRAFT-NET TENDERS-Continued.
 
YN7 Cinchona.
YN8 Buckeye (ex-Cottonwood).
YN9 Buckthorn (ex-Dogwood).
YN10 Ebony.
YN11 Eucalyptus.
YN12 Chinquapin (ex-Fir).
YN13 Gum-Tree
YN14 Holly
YN15 Elder (ex-Juniper).
YN16 Larch.
YN17 Locust.
YN18 Mahogany.
YN19 Mango.
YN20 Hackberry (ex-Maple).
YN21 Mimosa.
YN22 Mulberry.
YN23 Palm.
YN24 Hazel (ex-Poplar).
YN25 Redwood.
YN26 Rosewood.
YN27 Sandalwood.
YN28 Nutmeg (ex-Sycamore).
YN29 Teaberry.
YN30 Teak.
YN31 Pepperwood (ex-Walnut).
YN32 Yew.
YN33 Hopocan.
YN34 Menewa.
YN35 Oneka.
YN36 Mahaska.
YN37 Keshena.
YN38 Canasatego.
YN39 Donacona.
YN40 Mankato.
YN41 Metea.
YN42 Okisko.
YN43 Tahchee.
YN44 Tamaha.
YN45 Wapasha.
YN46 Namontack.
YN47 Cockenoe.
YN48 Katlian.
YN49 Neswage.
YN50 Annawan.
YN51 Metacom.
YN52 Tamaque.
YN53 Marin (ex-AMc31; ex-Sparrow).
YN54 Noka.
YN55 Nawat.
YN56 Wapello.

YNg DISTRICT CRAFT-GATE VESSELS.
 
YNg21 Dreadnaught (ex-YT34).

YO OIL BARGES.
 
YO46 Bull Wheel.
YO47 Casing head.
YO48 Crowblock.
YO49 Whipstock.
YO53 Roustabout.
YO54 Bailer
YO55 Gauger.
YO56 Pumper.
YO61 Driller.

YOS OIL BARGES, STOWAGE.
 

YP DISTRICT PATROL VESSELS.
 
YP3 Sanda.
YP4 Stephanotis (ex-Coast Guard Cutter 975).
YP6 Milan (ex-Skaneateles).
YP64 Eagle.
YP69 Patriot (ex-YT127)
YP93 Zumbrota (stricken).
YP179 Privateer.
YP181 Helori (stricken).
YP185 Clarinda (stricken).
YP214 Edithia (stricken).
YP2230 Helenita (stricken).
YP2840 Herreshoff No. 323 (stricken).
YP3234 Browning, Ellen (stricken).

YPD PILE DRIVERS.
 

YPK PONTOON STOWAGE BARGES.
 

YR FLOATING WORK SHOPS.
 

466759-42-21

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YRC RESCUE CHAMBERS.
 

YS STEVEDORING BARGES.
 

YSD SEAPLANE WRECKING DERRICKS.
 

YSP SUBMARINE LIFTING PONTOONS.
 

YSR SLUDGE REMOVAL BARGES.
 

YT DISTRICT TUGS.
 
YT1 Wahneta (stricken).
YT2 Iwana.
YT3 Narkeeta (stricken).
YT4 Unadilla.
YT5 Samoset.
YT6 Penacook.
YT7 Pawtucket.
YT8 Pentucket(stricken).
YT9 Sotoyomo.
YT10 Triton (stricken).
YT12 Cayuga (stricken).
YT13 Hercules (stricken).
YT14 Lively (stricken).
YT15 Massasoit (stricken).
YT16 Modoc.
YT17 Mohawk.
YT18 Nottoway.
YT22 Rocket (stricken).
YT23 Sebago (stricken).
YT24 Tecumseh.
YT25 Vigilant (stricken).
YT26 Wicomico (stricken).
YT27 Wompatuck.
YT28 Advance (stricken).
YT29 Barnett (stricken).
YT31 Saco (stricken).
YT32 Catawba.
YT33 Muscotah (stricken).
YT34 Dreadnaught (now YNg21).
YT35 Nausett (stricken).
YT36 Choptank.
YT39 Navigator.
YT42 Penobscot.
YT45 Wooley, James (stricken).
YT49 Harbor Tug No. 49 (stricken).
YT50 Harbor Tug No. 50 (stricken).
YT55 Harbor Tug No. 55 (stricken).
YT56 Harbor Tug No. 56 (stricken).
YT68 Harbor Tug No. 68 (stricken).
YT69 Harbor Tug No. 69 (stricken).
YT70 Harbor Tug No. 70 (stricken).
YT71 Harbor Tug No. 71 (stricken).
YT72 Harbor Tug No. 72 (stricken).
YT73 Harbor Tug No. 73 (stricken).
YT77 Harbor Tug No. 77 (stricken).
YT81 Harbor Tug No. 81 (stricken).
YT104 Banaag.
YT106 Christine (stricken).
YT107 Iona.
YT108 Mercedes.
YT111 Delaware (stricken).
YT112 Active.
YT113 Diligent (stricken).
YT114 Choctaw (ea-Samp-
YT115 son Rein deerstricken).
YT116 Vaga.
YT119 Geronimo.
YT120 Stallion.
YT121 Arapaho (stricken).
YT122 Tillamook (ex-AT16)
YT123 Wando (ex-AT17)
YT124 Chemung (stricken).
YT125 Undaunted (now AT58).
YT126 Challenge (ex-At59).
YT127 Patriot (now YP69).
YT128 Powhatan.
YT129 Osceola.
YT131 Massasoit.
YT133 Narkeeta.
YT134 Wahneta.
YT135 Cahokia.
YT136 Tamoroa.
YT137 J. M. Woodworth (stricken).
YT138 Woban.
YT139 Ala.
YT140 Wahtah.
YT141 Heekon.
YT142 Nokomis (ex-PY6).
YT145 Montezuma.

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YT DISTRICT TUGS-Continued.
 
YT146 Hoga.
YT147 Tazha.
YT148 Wenonah.
YT149 Toka.
YT150 Woyot.
YT151 Honoka.
YT170 Ailoway.
YT171 Yaquixaa.
YT172 Sparrow (ex-AN31) (now YN53 Marin).
YT173 Manistee.
YT174 Allaguippa.
YT175 Chekilli.
YT176 Junaluska.
YT187 Canonicus.

YTT TORPEDO-TESTING BARGES.
 

YV SEAPLANE BARGES.
 

YW WATER BARGES.
 

YX UNCLASSIFIED YARD CRAFT (NOW IX).
 
YX1 Advance-base Lighter No. 1 (stricken.)
YX2 Advance-base Lighter No. 2 (stricken.)
YX3 Advance-base Lighter No. 3 (stricken.)
YX4 Advance-base Lighter No. 4 (stricken.)
YX5 Ahdeek (stricken).
YX6 Argo (stricken).
YX7 Boxer (stricken).
YX8 C. T. B. No. 6; (ex-Morris) (stricken).
YX9 Estelle (stricken).
YX10 Favorite (now IX45).
YX11 Grampus (stricken).
YX12 Hermes (stricken).
YX13 Herreshoff No. 308 (stricken).
YX14 Hylan, John F.
YX15 Power Float No. 24 (stricken).
YX16 Power Float No. 25 (now YSR2).
YX17 Robert Center (stricken).
YX18 Traffic (stricken).
YX19 Transfer (now IX46)
YX20 Goliah.
YX22 Advance-base Lighter No. 5.
YX23 Vamarie (now IX47).
YX24 Fueling barge No. 10 (Now YR19) (stricken).

YY YARD CRAFT.
 

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ZK SITE BALLOONS.
 

ZN NONRIGID AIRSHIPS.
 

ZM BARRAGE BALLOONS.
 

ZMQ MARINE BARRAGE BALLOON SQUADRONS.
 

ZR RIGID AIRSHIPS.
 
ZR1 Shenandoah (stricken).
ZR3 Los Angeles (stricken).
ZR4 Akron (stricken).
ZRS5 Macon (stricken).
ZRMC2

ZZ LIGHTER-THAN-AIR AIRCRAFT.
 

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