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(NAVMC 575-SD) which he prepares in accordance with subparagraph e (2). The customary distribution of the claim forms will be made when the third and final issue completing settlement is made.

f. In addition to the claim forms employed per the preceding subparagraphs, all issues will be supported by properly signed and approved individual clothing requisitions (Form NAVMC 604-SD) (Form NAVMC 604bSD for women) which need be prepared in an original only. The supply officer will retain these individual clothing requisitions in his files together with the claim forms and Abstract of Clothing Issued, employed in accordance with these instructions.

g. Claims for articles of individual uniform clothing which cannot even be partially resolved by issued on an item basis from local sources will be forwarded to the Commandant of the Marine Corps (Code DNB) for settlement in accordance with Navy Personnel Claims Regulations. 52208 REPROCESSED AND RECOVERED

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1. Recovered and reprocessed individual clothing now in the supply system, or such clothing as may be subsequently acquired, including items abandoned, unclaimed and for which ownership cannot be determined, will be accounted for and administered in accordance with the instructions contained in this paragraph.

2. If recovered and reprocessed individual clothing is acquired by an accountable officer of a using organization including retail store (Class 5500) of a Depot Stock Account, (excluding Depot Stock Accounts and units on combat accountability) such clothing will be taken up on the individual clothing account and accounted for and sold as follows:

Supply Clothing which is taken up on the individual wanted clothing account in accordance with the ai al supo instructions contained in this subparagraph cested will be stocked separately from new clothing thalle and will be used for issues/sales, as appro kterera priate. Reserve units will continue to account for recovered and reprocessed clothing by 3 (LOTHE regular item name and at the standard price ROK (see paragraph 52150-3).

3. Under no circumstances shall issues of sales of "R.C." clothing be made without a witnessing officer, designated by the com. manding officer, being present to verify serviceability appearance and fit.

4. When shipments of clothing received by issuing activities from depots of supply and supply depots are found to include articles in substandard condition due to excessive periods of storage, exposure to adverse climatic conditions, etc., the receiving activi. ties will apply the principles of subparagraphs above in determining the status of items involved. If determined to be unfit for issue or sale at established reduced prices, disposal action will be effected in accordance with existing survey instructions.

5. Individual clothing determined to be capable of renovation will be renovated as outlined below and be given priority of issue/ sale over other stocks of clothing. a. Launder or dry clean as appropriate:

Khaki service clothing.

Wool clothing.
b. It is not intended that undergarments,
footwear or headgear be renovated.

a. Garments which have been marked but not worn, or reprocessed garments which show no visible sign of wear will be sold at one-half of the standard price. Such garments will have the letters “R.C. 1/2" stenciled in the appropriate marking place (see Chapter 49). Articles in this category will be taken up by standard

with the added suffix "R.C. 1/2'', at one-half of the standard price and subsequently accounted for by the new name and price.

b. Garments which have been marked and worn, but in all other respects are fit for reissue, will be sold at one-third of the standard price. They will be stenciled "R.C. 1/3"' in the appropriate marking place (see Chapter 49). Articles in this category will be taken up by standard name with the added suffix "R.C: 1/3", at one-third of the standard price and subsequently accounted for by the new name and price.

6. Recovered or reprocessed clothing des termined to be unserviceable should not be taken up on the individual clothing account but, should be used for cleaning rags if possible. Cleaning rags obtained in this manner which are in excess of six months' requirements, shall be reported to the supporting depot for disposition. If shipment to the depot is requested, such rags shall be washed prior to shipment.

7. Unless otherwise authorized by the Com. mandant of the Marine Corps, all supply officers shall give the oldest stocks of clothing on hand priority of issue. Standard items should not be issued when limited standard equivalent items are available from stock. Accordingly, issues and sales should be made in accordance with the following priorities:

a. Renovated clothing. (when appropriate)

b. Limited or substitute standard. C.

Oldest standard stock. d. Standard stock.

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8. Renovated clothing will not be returned punt in accorder is to depots of supplies or supply depots except ontained in this site when requested by the supporting depot, or

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units will contain and reprocessed in 52209 CLOTHING TO BE RETAINED BY me and at the best

PERSONNEL UPON DISCHARGE 52150-3) .

1. Enlisted personnel who are discharged

or released from extended active duty under clothing bezit honorable conditions (with the exception of -1, designatei inaptitude, undesirability or

or unsuitability discharge) may keep all articles of individual clothing in their possession which were ob

tained under the current Annual Individual ats et clothing as Clothing Regulations or prior regulations, from depois ele subject to the following restrictions:

a. When the regulations governing the specific type of issue in question require that the clothing so furnished be returned.

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who are required by law to perform further service in the Reserve Components will use (clothing retained by them upon separation or discharge).... in performing this service...'' Accordingly, personnel who have obligated service under the Universal Military Training and Service Act, as amended, will be required to bring all uniform clothing in their possession at the time they are recalled to extended active duty, active duty for training, or become affiliated with an Organized Marine Corps Reserve unit. Should a member with obligated service be recalled to extended active duty, or enlist in the regular service, the maximum amount of clothing which may be furnished him at the time of reporting is the difference between the quantities of clothing authorized Organized Marine Corps Reserve personnel under current allowances, and the applicable minimum list for personnel in an extended active duty status. In addition, unserviceable clothing in the member's possession may be replaced on an item for item exchange basis. If a member with obligated service becomes affiliated with an Organized Marine Corps Reserve unit he will not be furnished any clothing. However, unserviceable clothing which he has in his possession may be replaced on an item for item exchange basis.

b. Enlisted personnel of the Organized Marine Corps Reserve upon reporting for extended active duty will be furnished with quantities of individual clothing and under procedures outlined in paragraph 52202.

b. Individuals who

have served six months or less on active duty subsequent to last authorization to an initial clothing allowance will only be permitted to retain one complete uniform, appropriate to the season, for wear to their home.

C. Except as provided by b., above, individuals who are required by law to perform further service in the Reserve components will use such serviceable clothing in performing this service.

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d. Personnel who voluntarily enlist in a Reserve component after discharge or release from active duty will be expected to use the Serviceable clothing retained at time of such discharge or release in the performance of reserve duties. 2. All enlisted personnel who are separated or discharged from the Marine Corps under honorable conditions (with the exception of inaptitude, undesirability, or unsuitability discharge) will have in their possession upon separation or discharge quantities of clothing commensurate with the amounts prescribed in the minimum lists, or in the case of personnel being returned from combat areas, clothing in at least the amount authorized in Organized Marine Corps Reserve allowance lists which are applicable at the time of discharge or separation. 3. In view of the provisions of subparagraph 2, commanding officers will provide the following pertinent information to personnel to be separated or discharged from the service under honorable conditions (with the exception of inaptitude, undesirability unsuitability discharge): the matter prescribed that “... individuals

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c. Reservists and other personnel who do not have obligated service under the Universal Military Training and Service Act, as amended will be required to bring clothing retained by them upon separation or discharge should they become affiliated with the Organized Marine Corps Reserve or report for extended active duty within three (3) months from the date of last separation or discharge. However, replacement of unserviceable articles in the possession of such members may be made on an item for item exchange basis. In the event the subject members, at time of discharge or separation, did not have clothing in their possession in amounts commensurate with the quantities prescribed in the minimum list (i.e., personnel returned from a combat area who did not receive a complete replacement issue upon their return), the following will apply should the member report for extended active duty within a period of three (3) months from the date of last separation or discharge. Upon reporting for extended active duty an inventory will be taken of the clothing in the possession of the member. If found necessary as a result of such inventory, an issue may be made, on an item basis, not to exceed the amounts of clothing which comprise the difference be

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1. As provided in paragraph 15053, the personal effects and individual uniform clothing of absentee shall be retained by the absentee's commanding officer for a period of sixty days, and provided the absentee has not returned, the commanding officer shall deliver the personal effects and articles of individual uniform clothing to the unit accountable officer.

certificate of inventory contained in the member's service record book. The certificate will be removed from the service record book when issues are made and used to sup-WER port the supply officer's retained copy of the voucher used to drop the clothing so issued. If renovated clothing is not available, issues may be made from stocks under priorities b, c and d, as indicated in paragraph 52208-7.

3:20 These issues will be considered as miscellaneous issues and will be accounted for by separate abstract of clothing issued as

41C SHE described in the Annual Individual Clothing Regulations. The member will be required to purchase by cash or checkage sale those items which are still required, after the above issue has been made, to bring the quantity of clothing in the possession of the individual up to the quantities prescribed in the minimum list.

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4. Clothing of courts-martial prisoners shall be handled as provided in paragraph 52102.

52211 SHOE REPAIRS

2. Upon receipt from the commanding officer of the clothing referred to in the preceding sub-paragraph, the accountable officer will segregate such recovered clothing and take action follows: The serviceable individual uniform clothing so recovered (except undergarments, footwear and headgear) shall be taken up on the individual clothing account by plain paper certificate, renovated, and returned to stock for reissue or sale as provided in paragraph 52208. Copies of the inventory will be attached to the original and duplicate of the voucher employed to take up the usable clothing. The items indicated above which will not be taken up on the individual clothing account, and together with other unserviceable articles as may be recovered, will be turned over to the designated reclama tion and salvage officer for disposal or use as prescribed in Chapter 60.

1. Shoe repairs are authorized at govern. ment expense only in the case of personnel who are furnished individual uniform clothing under the in-kind issue system (in Organized Marine Reserve units only). The cash clothing maintenance allowance furnished to personnel on extended active duty includes funds for the repair of footwear initially provided them. Accordingly, the regular establishment of the Marine Corps will not obtain shoe repair services from commercial establishments at Government expense. Marine Corps Reserve units may obtain such services from commercial establishments in accordance with instructions outlined in the Annual Individual Clothing Regulations.

3. Individuals restored to full duty status after clothing has been recovered under the foregoing conditions shall be issued, on an item basis, those items indicated

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