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Packaging and Marking 

Guide For DoD

Defense Contract Management Agency

October 2012

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For more information, contact

a DCMA Packaging Specialist at

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FOREWORD

This Booklet has not been officially adopted by DOD.

It is prepared as an informational guide for familiarization purposes only 

and  is not intended to take the place of contractual requirements, 

specifications or regulations.  The information contained herein is derived 

from current government  packaging documents, pamphlets and technical 

manuals and is used for instructional purposes only.

October 2012

DISTRIBUTION UNLIMITED

CREDITS:   SOME PACKAGING & PRESERVATION ILLUSTRATIONS

COURTESY OF STU CRYSEL, AMCPSCC, TOBYHANNA PA

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Location of Packaging

Requirements in

Solicitations & Contracts

• Part 1, Section A - Table of Contents
• Section B - Schedule of Supplies & Services
• Section C - Specifications
• Section D - Packaging & Marking
• Section E - Inspection & Acceptance
• Section F - Deliveries & Performance 
• Attachments

• CID’s (Commercial Item Descriptions)
• Military or Federal Specifications
• Aperture Cards & Drawings
• Special Packaging Instructions
• Master Solicitations & FAR clauses
• Product Specifications
• Military Standard Drawings (MS)
• Industry Standards (ASTM’s)
• Packaging Requirement Codes

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ORDER OF PRECEDENCE

The general order of precedence will be:

1.  Laws and Executive Orders
2.  Requirements specifically listed in the contract.  There is even an 

order of precedence clause covering which section of the contract takes 
precedence over other sections.  The following clause covers sealed bid 
contracts and states:

52.214-29 Order of Precedence - Sealed Bidding 

Any inconsistency in this solicitation or contract shall be resolved by 
giving precedence in the following order:  (a) the schedule (excluding 
the specifications); (b) representations and other instructions; (c) 
contract clauses; (d) other documents, exhibits and attachments; and (e) 
the specifications.

(end of clause)

3.  Detailed Federal Specifications and Standards.

4.  General Specifications and Standards

5.  Normal Commercial Practice.

The terms and conditions of a contract always supersedes a specification 
unless written changes to the contract have been obtained from the 
Contracting Officer.

52.212-4   Contract Terms and Conditions--Commercial Items. and 
52.214-29 Order of Precedence--Sealed Bidding. 
52.215-8   Order of Precedence – Uniform Contract Format. 

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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

• Title 49 CFR for Land
• IMO for Water
• ICAO/ IATA for Commercial Air
• AFMAN 24-204(I)* for Military Air

In addition to Contractual Requirements -
MUST be Packaged in accordance with the
Appropriate modal regulation:

Must be marked and labeled in accordance with the 

appropriate Modal Regulations and if specified, 

MIL-STD-129.

In case of conflicting information, the appropriate 

Modal Regulations take precedence.

*Joint Regulation: 

DLAI 4145.3 / TM 38-250 /    

NAVSUP PUB 505 / MCO P4030.19I

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Items NOT Going into Stock

SHALL be packaged in accordance with 

standard commercial practice 

as defined in 

ASTM D-3951 

(Latest Revision is ASTM D3951-10)

Some Items Intended for packaging by ASTM D-3951* include:

Items Intended for Immediate Use.

Items for Not Mission Capable Supply 

Items Intended for Depot Operational Consumption

Small Parcel Shipments (CONUS), Not for Stock.

Direct Vendor Deliveries (CONUS)

* "DoD Contracts and Purchase Orders may require additional markings per MIL-STD-129."

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DOMESTIC or EXPORT

Considerations

The type of goods – The Fragility Factor

Type of carrier -

Trucks and Trains or Ships and Planes 

Delivery Time - Days and Weeks vs. Weeks and Months

Types of hazards -

On the Ground vs. On the Water or In the Air 

Extreme Temperatures and Humidity 

Cost factors – Handling and Transportation

Legal restrictions –

Import and Export Documentation  

After-sale use (What Happens To the Packaging?)

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LEVELS OF PROTECTION

LEVELS OF PROTECTION 

A means of specifying the level of Military Preservation and Packing that a given item requires to 
ensure that it is not degraded during shipment and storage.

MIL-STD-2073-1e Levels of Preservation are designed to protect an item during shipment, handling, 
undetermined storage, and distribution to consignees worldwide.

Examples of containers used for Level A packing 

requirements include, but are not limited to, overseas 
type wood boxes, and plastic and metal reusable 
containers.

Examples of containers used for Level B 

packing requirements include, but are not 
limited to, domestic wood crates, weather 
resistant fiberboard containers, fast pack 
containers, weather-resistant fiber drums, 
and weather resistant paper and multi-wall 
shipping sacks.

LEVEL B 

Level "B" is the level of packing required for protection of material under moderate (anticipated) 
worldwide shipment, handling and storage. 

A pack designated Level "B" must be designed, in tandem with the applied preservation, to be capable 
of protecting material not directly exposed to extremes off climate, terrain, and operational and 
transportation environments. 

Military Levels of Packing

LEVEL A 

Level "A" is the level of packing required for protection of material against the most severe worldwide 
conditions known or anticipated to be encountered during shipment, handling and storage. 

A Level A pack must, in tandem with the applied method of preservation, be capable of protecting 
material from the effects of direct exposure to extremes of climate, terrain, and operational and 
transportation environments.

Examples of situations: War Reserve Material, 

mobilization, strategic and theater deployment and 
employment, open storage, deck loading and Foreign 
Military Sales.

Examples of Situations:  Security 

Assistance, such as Foreign Military Sales 
and containerized overseas shipments.

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will be packaged in accordance with 

MIL-STD-2073-1e (1)

dated 7 January 2011

MIL-STD-2073-1e requirements apply to:

A.  Items expected to enter the military distribution system.
B.  Items delivered during wartime.
C.  Items requiring reusable containers.
D.  Items intended for delivery at sea.

APPENDICES

• APPENDIX A  - DEVELOPMENT OF MILITARY PACKAGING REQUIREMENTS

• APPENDIX B  - FACTORS & FORMULAE ESTABLISHING MILITARY PACKAGING QUP & ICQ

• APPENDIX C  - CONTAINERS

• APPENDIX D  - DEVELOPMENT OF MILITARY PACKAGING REQUIREMENTS FOR KITS (PARTS &                        

MODIFICATION)

• APPENDIX E  - MILITARY PACKAGING DATA FORMS

• APPENDIX F  - MILITARY PACKAGING DESIGN VALIDATION PROVISIONS

• APPENDIX G  - QUALITY ASSURANCE PROVISIONS

• APPENDIX H  - PROCEDURES FOR COMPLIANCE WITH CONTAINER DESIGN RETRIEVAL SYSTEM 

(CDRS) REQUIREMENTS.

• APPENDIX J  - MILITARY PACKAGING REQUIREMENT CODES

Items Going into

the Military Distribution Center

*See contractual requirements

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FIVE (5) BASIC METHODS

OF MILITARY PRESERVATION

METHOD

HEADING

10

PHYSICAL PROTECTION

20 PRESERVATIVE COATING 

ONLY

30

WATERPROOF PROTECTION

40

WATERVAPORPROOF 
PROTECTION

50

WATERVAPORPROOF 
PROTECTIONS WITH DESICCANT

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METHOD 10

(Formerly  Method III)

PHYSICAL PROTECTION

Protection from Physical Damage and Mechanical Malfunction

Unpreserved items shall be provided protection 
from physical damage and mechanical malfunction.  
Cushioning materials, dunnage, blocking and 
bracing shall be applied as required to protect the 
items and the enclosing media and restrict the 
movement of the item within the container.

Types of items to be preserved Method 10:

Plastic, Ceramics, Glass, Painted Metal, Finished Wood Products.  

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METHOD 20

(Formerly  Method I)

Preservative Coating Only  (with greaseproof wrap, as required)

BARE METAL

REPAIRABLE

PRESERVATIVE

GREASEPROOF WRAP

PRESERVED METHOD 20

READY FOR PACKING

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METHOD 31

(Formerly  Sub-Method IC-3)

WATERPROOF BAG, SEALED

Waterproof Enclosure, with Preservative as Required

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METHOD 32

(Formerly  Sub-Method IC-2)

CONTAINER, WATERPROOF BAG, SEALED

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METHOD 33

(Formerly  Sub-Method IC-1)

GREASEPROOF-WATERPROOF BAG, SEALED

Waterproof or Waterproof-Greaseproof Enclosure, with Preservative as Required

BARRIER, MIL-B-117
Type I, Class C Style 1,2,or 3
or Type II Class C Style 1. 

CUSHIONING
(as Required)

GREASEPROOF

WRAP

SLING REMOVED, WRAPPED

PRESERVATIVE ON

ALL BARE METAL PARTS

BARRIER WRAPS OR BAGS SHOULD
NEVER BE USED AS A STORAGE OR 
SHIPPING CONTAINER.  ALWAYS 
OVERPACK IN THE APPROPRIATE
CONTAINER.

METHOD 33 

PRESERVED ITEM 

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METHOD 41

(Formerly  Sub-Method IA-8)

Watervaporproof Bag, Sealed

preservative on

bare metal

Greaseproof
Wrap

Bag made from MIL-B-131, Class 2
Folded and Sealed on 2 Edges.

Exhaust Excess Air

READY FOR PACKING

BARRIER WRAPS OR BAGS SHOULD NEVER BE
USED AS A STORAGE OR SHIPPING CONTAINER.
ALWAYS OVERPACK IN THE APPROPRIATE 
CONTAINER.

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METHOD 42

(Formerly  Sub-Method IA-14)

Container, Bag, Sealed, Container

INNER  CARTON

CUSHIONING

INTIMATE WRAP

CORNER FLATTENED

TO PREVENT BAG

PUNCTURE

ITEM PACKED
TIGHT

INNER CARTON PLACED

IN BAG, MIL-B-131, CLASS 2, 

HEAT SEALED AND 

IDENTIFIED

OUTER CARTON

SEALED AND 

IDENTIFIED

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(Formerly  Sub-Method IA-16)

METHOD 43

FLOATING WATERVAPORPROOF BAG, SEALED

Not always required

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Method 44

Rigid Container (other than metal)

(Formerly  Sub-Method IA-13)

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Method 45

Rigid Metal Container, Sealed

(Formerly  Sub-Method IA-5)

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METHOD 51

(Formerly  Sub-Method bvIIc

Watervaporproof Bag, Sealed

WITH DESICCANT

preservative on

bare metal

Greaseproof
Wrap

Bag made from MIL-B-131, Class 2
Folded and Sealed on 2 Edges.

Exhaust Excess Air

READY FOR PACKING

BARRIER WRAPS OR BAGS SHOULD NEVER BE
USED AS A STORAGE OR SHIPPING CONTAINER.
ALWAYS OVERPACK IN THE APPROPRIATE 
CONTAINER.

Place Desiccant and
Humidity Indicator 
Inside Bag

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METHOD 52

(Formerly  Sub-Method II-B)

CONTAINER, WATERVAPORPROOF BAG, SEALED, CONTAINER

Watervaporproof enclosure, with Desiccant

, with Preservative as Required

INNER
CARTON

INTIMATE WRAP

DESICCANT

BARRIER

MIL-B-131

VACUUM EXHAUST

AIR & HEAT SEAL 

THE BAG

HUMIDITY  INDICATOR
(NORMALLY PLACED
INSIDE BARRIER BAG)

OUTER CARTON

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MIL-STD-2073-1E Worksheet 

PURPOSE:  To translate packaging requirements from Orders or Contracts which specify Packaging Requirements Codes in accordance 
with MIL-STD-2073-1E 

Contractor: 
 
 

Contract Number: 

Procuring Office: 
 
 

Item Description: 

HEADING DETAIL 

TABLE 

CODE 

REQUIREMENT 

 

Hazardous 

Material 

D = Dangerous 

N = Non Regulated 

 

 

QUP 

Quantity per Unit 

Pack 

Page 142 

Para. J.4.3 

 

 

ICQ 

Intermediate Pack 

Quantity 

Page 143 

Para J.4.11 

 

 

PRES 

METH 

Method 

Preservation 

J.I or J.Ia 

 

 

CLNG/DRY 

Cleaning and 

Drying 

J.II  

 

PRESV 

MAT 

Preservative 

Material 

J.III  

 

WRAP 

MAT 

Wrap Material  

J.IV 

 

 

Cush/Dunn 

Mat 

Cushioning / 

Dunnage Material 

J.V  

 

Thkness 

Cushioning 

Thickness 

J.VI  

 

UC 

Unit Pack 
Container 

J.VII  

 

IC 

Intermediate 

Container 

J.VII  

 

UCL 

Unit Container 

Level 

J.VIII  

 

OPI 

Optional 

Procedure 

Indicator 

J.VIIIa  

 

PACK 

Level A Military 

Packing 

J.IX  

 

PACK 

Level B Military 

Packing 

J.IXa  

 

PACK Minimal 

Packing 

J.IXb 

 

 

Spec Mark 

Special Marking 

J.X 

 

 

 

Sample Worksheet

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PACKAGING REQUIREMENT CODES (PRC)  - MIL-STD-2073-1E              
               
HM  (HAZARDOUS MATERIAL)  When the item is regulated by Title 49, Code of  

Federal Regulations or other regulation such as IATA/ICAO or DLAM 4145.3, a 
code "D" will be annotated in this block.  When the item is not regulated, a code 
"N" will be annotated although in most cases it is left blank. 

 
QUP  (QUANTITY PER UNIT PACK)                             

Para. J.4.3 

 
        States the quantity per unit pack in the clear up to 999.  BLK will be used for Bulk 
and ZZZ for Special Requirments listed in supplemental data or drawings 
 
ICQ  (INTERMEDIATE CONTAINER QUANTITY)                    Para J.4.11 
 
        When intermediate containers are used, the number of unit packs per intermediate 
containers up to 100 will be listed in the clear.  Other codes may be AAA, XXX or ZZZ. 
 
PRESERVATION                                           

Table J.I, & J.Ia  

 
        Method of Preservation will be a two (2) digit code derived from the tables.  Table 
J.I information is for the preservation methods and submethods established by Para. 5.2.3  
Table J.Ia  codes are for packaging procedures which are regularly used and require a 
more detailed description than allowed by the basic code and yet do not require the use of 
special packaging instructions.  Always check the tables in sequence to avoid errors. 
 
CLEANING & DRYING PROCEDURES                                  

Table J.II 

 
        This is a one (1) digit code sometimes shown as CLN/DRY or C/D.  
 
PRESERVATIVE MATERIAL                                         

Table J.III  

 
        A two (2) digit code.  Refers to the type of material to be used to coat the item.  
Table III lists contact preservative material in alphanumeric  order. 
 
WRAPS                                                          

Table J.IV 

 
        A two (2) digit code.  This is a listing of what the item will be wrapped in after it has 
been properly preserved.  

 

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CUSHIONING AND DUNNAGE                                         

Table J.V

        A two (2) digit code.  Codes listing the cushioning and dunnage material that will be
utilized after the item has been wrapped.  This material will usually be placed between
the wrapped item and the inside of the unit container

CUSHIONING THICKNESS                                          

Table J.VI

        One (1) digit code listing the minimum thickness that is required between the unit
and the unit container in any one direction.

UNIT CONTAINER                                               

Table J.VII

        Two (2) digit code listing the type of container into which the item will be placed.

INTERMEDIATE CONTAINER                                       

Table J.VII

        Two (2) digit code listing the type of container that is to be used if an intermediate
container is necessary.

UNIT CONTAINER LEVEL                                          

Table J.VIII

        One (1) digit:

        "O"  - Denotes the unit container is not an acceptable shipping container.

        "A" or "B"  - Denotes if the container is an acceptable shipping container and what
the highest level of protection will be afforded by this container.

        "D"  - No container is required.

        "M" - Unit container provides minimal packing protection.

        "Z"  - Indicates that the container requires special considerations (air only, inside
storage only, etc.)

OPI  (Optional Procedure Indicator)                           

Table J.VIIIa

      "A" is indicated if packaging is in accordance with a specification or a special
packaging instruction.
      "M" indicates that all packaging data is mandatory for compliance and no
substitutions are permitted.
       "O" indicates an option can be exercised as to the submethods and packaging
materials to used.

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MILITARY PACKING                                                       

Table J.IX

        One (1) digit code.  Indicates the type of shipping container for MILITARY
packing.

MINIMAL PACKING

Table J.Ixa

        One (1) digit code.  Indicates the type of shipping container for Minimal packing.

SPECIAL MARKINGS                                               

Table J.X

        Two (2) digit code.  If more than one code or a combination of codes not included in
the table must be specified, "ZZ" will be annotated which indicates that supplemental
data is listed elsewhere.

Some contracts will show the following information:

 

 

UNIT PACK WEIGHT

        Five (5) digit numerical code.  It shows the actual unit pack weight in the clear to the
nearest on tenth of a pound.  The decimal point does not show.

UNIT PACK SIZE
                        LGTH      WDTH     DPTH

        Four (4)digit numerical code.  This code shows the outside dimensions in the clear
to the nearest tenth of an inch in the order of length, width and depth (or height).  The
decimal points do not show. (Example:  0035 = 3 1/2")

UNIT PACK CUBE
                           WH CUB     1000th

        Four (4) digit code for the whole cube and three ( digits in the 1000th column.
These numbers indicate the actual cube of the unit pack to the nearest one thousandth of a
cubic foot up to 9,999.999 cubic feet.

Packaging Code Lookup Tool

http://www.palm.saic.com

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Mil-Std-2073

Preservation Inspections

Visual Preservation Examinations

Leakage Test

Vacuum Retention Technique
Submersion or Immersion Technique
Pneumatic Pressure Technique
Hot Water Technique
Squeeze Technique

Heat Sealed Seam Test

Paragraph 5.7 Quality Assurance Provisions.  Unless otherwise 
specified in the contract or purchase order, the contractor is 
responsible for the performance of all quality assurance 
requirements as specified in Appendix G

Quality Assurance Provisions

Appendix G

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Preservation Inspection Provisions

Table G.1

Some of the included visual inspection is for:

• Item contaminated by handling after cleaning.
• Contaminated wiping cloths or compressed air used.
• Preservative not as specified.
• Excessive Preservative.
• Wrap not as specified.
• Cushioning material or thickness not as specified.
• Interior unit container corners not blunted.
• Excessive looseness in unit container.
• Weight & cube of unit pack exceeds maximum allowable.
• Incorrect QUP
• Marking omitted, incorrect or illegible.

When a box or container is used to effect the unit pack of Method 31, 
32, 41 and 51, unit pack markings of MIL-STD-129 shall be applied to 
the barrier bag as well as the box specified to effect the unit pack.

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PACKAGE MARKINGS

Four types of Basic Markings

1.  Identification Marking

NSN - (National Stock Number)
CAGE Code and PN  - (Part #)
Nomenclature
Quantity and unit of issue
Contract number (on unit & intermediate containers)
Military Method and date of unit pack preservation
Shelf Life Information (if applicable)
Serial Numbers (if applicable)  
Gross Weight (on exterior containers)

2.  Bar Code Markings

NSN (& Serial Number) for unit and intermediate packs
NSN, Contract number, CAGE, CLIN, Shipment Number  (&        
Serial Number) on exterior shipping containers

3.  Address Markings

Uses Military Shipping Label (MSL).

Transportation Control Number (TCN), DODAAC of Ultimate  

Consignee, and Piece Number must be bar coded when  
shipment is destined into the Defense Transportation System
2D Bar Coding of  MSL Information, TCMD data and  line item    
supply data.

4.  Special Markings

Hazardous Material
Set Marking, Project Code
Warranty, Manufactured, Cured or Assembled Date
Expiration, Inspection or Pack Date

Arrows, Fragile, Special Handling, etc.

UID and RFID

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2910-00-456-7416
CAGE 57685 
PN 341
CARBURETOR
1 EA
DAA625-03-C-1056
M41      02/08

MFD DATE 01/08
EXP DATE 01/09
SER NO 1157

Unit & Intermediate Container 

Label Example.

1157

*MFD and EXP Date for Shelf Life Items and Serial Numbers only if Applicable.

ID DATA
INCLUDES UII(s)
(if required)

*Application of the linear bar codes is not required when the 2D (PDF417) identification symbol is used. 

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Unit & Intermediate Containers with 

linear (Code 39) bar codes

Unit & Intermediate Containers 

with 2D (PDF417) symbol*

*For units with UII

*For units without UII

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2910-00-456-7416
CAGE 57685  
PN 341
3 EA
DAA625-07-M-1056
M41      02/08
WT  30

Exterior Container Label Example

.

ID DATA
INCLUDES UII(s)
(if required)

*Application of the linear bar codes is not required when the 2D (PDF417) identification symbol is used.

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Exterior Containers with linear 

(Code 39) bar codes

Exterior Containers with 2D 

(PDF417) symbol*

*For containers without UII

*For containers with UII

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The label contains Address Markings

The 2D Bar Code contains Address Markings and Inventory 

Control Information

FOB Destination TCN uses letter “X” and the five digit CAGE Code, Four 
Digit Julian Date, first letter of the company name, last three digits of 
Shipment Number from DD 250, Suffix Number, Partial Shipment Code and 
Split Shipment Code  (Usually “XXX”)

Military Shipping Label (MSL)

Sample – CONUS Shipment

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Special Markings

• Shelf-life

• Project Code

• Fragile/ Delicate

• Method 50

• Expedited Handling

• Hazardous Materials

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Special Markings

Shelf-life

• Shown below identification data 

on unit, intermediate and exterior 
containers

TYPE I (non-extendable):
MFD DATE  10/01
EXP DATE   10/06

TYPE II (extendable):
ASSEMBLED DATE  10/01
INSP/TEST DATE      10/04

RUBBER or ELASTOMER (TYPE I OR II):
CURED DATE  4Q01
INSP/TEST DATE 4Q05

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Special Markings

Project Code

Special Handling

Method 50

Electrostatic Discharge 

(ESD) Sensitive

Unit Pack

Intermediate 

and Exterior 

Pack

Red Background & Letters, White Block & Arrow

Red and White 

Yellow Background, Black Letters & Graphics

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Special Markings

Expedited Handling

Red and White 

Green NMCS Letters on White Background

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Special Markings

DOT Hazardous Materials

• Proper Shipping Name
• UN Number
• Hazard Labels

Package Orientation Marking

Cargo Aircraft Only Label

UN Performance Specification

Red and White 

Orange & Black

Black on White or Red on White 

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HEAT TREATED

Wood Packaging 

Material

Required for all Wood Packaging Material (WPM). WPM is 
defined as wood pallets, skids, load boards, pallet collars, 
wooden boxes, reels, dunnage, crates, frames, and cleats.

MUST – 56 degree Celsius (132 F) Core Temp for 30 Minutes 

KD19HT – Kiln Dried, 19% Moisture Content, Heat Treated but not sufficient.

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Unique Item Identification 

(UID) of Parts

DFARS Clause 252.211-7003 Item Identification and Valuation

Mandated to be in all solicitations where it will apply as of 
January 1, 2004.  Mandatory requirement—no exceptions or 
waivers.

UID is required for items valued at $5000 or more, 
or otherwise specifically required in the contract.

Remember to mark the UID Serial Number placed on the outside of 
the Unit, Intermediate and Exterior Pack per MIL-STD-129P(3).

www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/UID/

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Radio Frequency 

Identification RFID

(Passive)

• 252.211-7006

• Latest Revision Dated September 2011

Class 1 Generation 2 tags only after 1 Mar 2007.

• Currently cases/pallets shipped from suppliers –
eventually UID items

• Captures Shipment/order data

Official Website     

www.dodrfid.org

Contains Policy, Business Rules, 

Implementation Plan and Supplier Guide

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Radio Frequency 

Identification RFID

(Passive)

• Create Number:  

• Size of Tag, - 64 or 96 Bit
• Type of Object - Case, Pallet or UID 
Item 
• CAGE - Prime or 3

rd

Party

• Serial Number - up to 16,522,293 or 
68,719,476,736

• Converted to Binary Code, then 
Hexadecimal and Electronically Placed on 
Tag

• Input “Hex” Number into WAWF Advanced 
Shipping Notice (ASN)

• Hex Number must be exactly 16, 24, 32, or 
64 Characters in Length.  

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