The U.S. Department of Defense created the National Stock Number system in order to create a uniform naming system for all the components that are sourced, stocked, and procured within the federal supply system. NSNs are 13 digit serial numbers that classify and describe an item. Within the NSN are the smaller classification numbers, Federal Supply Group, Federal Supply Class, country code, and National Item Identification Number. Typically in the format, XXXX-XX-XXXXXXX, the first two digits of the NSN are the Federal Supply Group. The following two digits are the Federal Supply Class. The FSG and the FSC can be referenced in the Department of Defense’s H2 handbook
FSG 20: Ship and Marine Equipment. We stock parts under FSG 20 and the following FSCs:
The specific categories within this particular Federal Supply Group are:
Some of the vessels that these parts might be ordered for are military ships and submarines, marine corps ships, coast guard cutters and boats, carriers, submarines, destroyers, special mission ships and submarines, amphibious ships, special operations ships, attack submarines, ballistic missile submarines, command ships, cruisers, frigates, and many more.
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