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Unformatted text preview: MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY IN THE POSSESSION OF THE MARINE CORPS Volume 13 MCO 4400.201-V13 03 NOV 2016 VOLUME 13 “INDIVIDUAL CLOTHING, FLAGS, PERSONAL EFFECTS, AND THE CONSOLIDATED STORAGE PROGRAM” SUMMARY OF VOLUME 13 REVISIONS Hyperlinks are denoted by bold, italic, blue and underlined font. The original publication date of this Marine Corps Order (right header) will not change unless/until a full revision of the MCO has been conducted. The date denoted by blue font (left header) will reflect the date this Volume was last updated. All volume changes denoted in blue font will reset to black font upon a full revision of this Volume. VOLUME VERSION ORIGINAL VOLUME EXPLANATION OF REVISION N/A ORIGINATION DATE DD MMM YYYY DATE OF REVISION N/A Submit recommended changes to this Volume, via the proper channels, to: CMC (LPC-2) 3000 Marine Corps Pentagon Washington, DC 20350-3000 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY IN THE POSSESSION OF THE MARINE CORPS Volume 13 MCO 4400.201-V13 03 NOV 2016 VOLUME 13: INDIVIDUAL CLOTHING, FLAGS, PERSONAL EFFECTS, AND THE CONSOLIDATED STORAGE PROGRAM TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 : INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................1-1 0101 GENERAL .............................................................................................................................1-2 0102 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES .....................................................................................1-3 0103 ADMINISTRATION AND LOGISTICS ............................................................................1-16 FIGURE 1-1: CLOTHING ALLOWANCE STAKEHOLDER ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES. ...........................................................................................1-17 FIGURE 1-2: CLOTHING ALLOWANCE IMPLEMENTATION. ...........................................1-18 CHAPTER 2 : CLOTHING ALLOWANCES ..............................................................................2-1 0201 GENERAL .............................................................................................................................2-2 0202 INITIAL CLOTHING ALLOWANCES ...............................................................................2-3 0203 INITIAL ISSUE TO ENLISTED MUSICIANS OF THE U.S. MARINE BAND ...............2-3 0204 REDUCED INITIAL ISSUE TO RESERVE REENLISTEES OR ACTIVATED PERSONNEL ........................................................................................................................2-4 0205 REDUCED INITIAL ISSUE TO COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OR WARRANT OFFICERS .............................................................................................................................2-4 0206 REDUCED INITIAL ISSUE TO ENLISTED PRISONERS ................................................2-5 0207 ISSUES TO CIVILIANS SERVING WITH MARINE CORPS UNITS ..............................2-5 0208 SPECIAL INITIAL ALLOWANCES TO NAVY PERSONNEL ........................................2-5 0209 SPECIAL INITIAL SERVICE UNIFORM ALLOWANCE (SISUA) .................................2-6 0210 INITIAL ALLOWANCES FOR OFFICERS ........................................................................2-6 0211 CLOTHING REPLACEMENT ALLOWANCE (CRA) .......................................................2-7 0212 TYPES OF CLOTHING REPLACEMENT ALLOWANCES (CRA) .................................2-8 0213 CASH CLOTHING ALLOWANCES ...................................................................................2-9 ii MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY IN THE POSSESSION OF THE MARINE CORPS Volume 13 MCO 4400.201-V13 03 NOV 2016 0214 TYPES OF CIVILIAN CLOTHING MONETARY ALLOWANCES .................................2-9 0215 TEMPORARY ADDITIONAL DUTY (TAD) CIVILIAN CLOTHING ALLOWANCES ..................................................................................................................2-10 0216 REQUESTS FOR CIVILIAN CLOTHING MONETARY ALLOWANCES ....................2-10 0217 CASH CLOTHING ALLOWANCES FOR OFFICERS ....................................................2-12 0218 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS LIST (MRL) .....................................................................2-13 0219 SUPPLEMENTARY CLOTHING ALLOWANCES .........................................................2-14 0220 METHOD OF ISSUE ..........................................................................................................2-16 0221 TYPES OF SUPPLEMENTARY CLOTHING ALLOWANCES ......................................2-16 0222 REQUESTS FOR SUPPLEMENTARY CLOTHING ALLOWANCES ...........................2-18 0223 OTHER CLOTHING ISSUES AND SERVICES ...............................................................2-18 0224 MARINE CORPS EMBASSY SECURITY GROUP (MCESG) ........................................2-21 0225 REPAIR, LAUNDERING AND DRYCLEANING............................................................2-21 0226 MISCELLANEOUS ISSUES TO ABSENTEES, DESERTERS, PRISONERS OR PERSONNEL DISCHARGED UNDER EXCEPTIONAL CIRCUMSTANCES ..............2-21 0227 ISSUES TO HOSPITALIZED PERSONNEL ....................................................................2-24 0228 ISSUE FOR THE BURIAL OF THE DEAD ......................................................................2-24 0229 REPLACEMENT ISSUES UNDER THE PERSONAL PROPERTY CLAIMS REGULATIONS .................................................................................................................2-25 FIGURE 2-1: CIVILIAN CLOTHING MONETARY ALLOWANCES CONDITIONS OF ENTITLEMENT. ...................................................................................................2-29 FIGURE 2-2: UNIFORM CLOTHING ISSUE PROCESS. ........................................................2-30 FIGURE 2-3: UNIFORM ACCESSORIES AND ALTERATIONS. ..........................................2-33 FIGURE 2-4: AUTHORIZED PERSONAL PROPERTY CLAIMS. ..........................................2-34 iii MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY IN THE POSSESSION OF THE MARINE CORPS Volume 13 MCO 4400.201-V13 03 NOV 2016 CHAPTER 3 : CLOTHING ACCOUNTING AND RECORD KEEPING................................3-1 0301 GENERAL .............................................................................................................................3-2 0302 FISCAL ACCOUNTING ......................................................................................................3-2 0303 DOCUMENTATION OF ALLOWANCES ..........................................................................3-2 0304 SPECIAL INITIAL CLOTHING ALLOWANCES ISSUE TO NAVY PERSONNEL.......3-4 0305 CASH CLOTHING ALLOWANCES ...................................................................................3-4 0306 SUPPLEMENTARY CLOTHING ALLOWANCE AND OTHER (HEADQUARTERS MARINE CORPS (HQMC) FUNDED CLOTHING ISSUE ................................................3-4 0307 UNIT/ORGANIZATION FUNDED CLOTHING ISSUES .................................................3-5 0308 INDIVIDUAL CLOTHING RECORDS AND INVENTORIES ..........................................3-6 0309 ADDITIONAL CLOTHING INSPECTIONS .......................................................................3-8 0310 TRANSFER FROM UNIT/ORGANIZATION .....................................................................3-9 FIGURE 3-1: CLOTHING ALLOWANCE FUNCTIONAL ACCOUNT NUMBERS (FANS). .............................................................................................3-10 CHAPTER 4 : CLOTHING SOURCES OF SUPPLY .................................................................4-1 0401 GENERAL .............................................................................................................................4-2 0402 SOURCES OF SUPPLY .......................................................................................................4-2 0403 SOURCES OF SUPPLY RESPONSIBILITIES AND SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES ......4-8 0404 CHECKAGES SALES ..........................................................................................................4-9 0405 SPECIAL MEASUREMENT ORDERS .............................................................................4-10 0406 NOT-IN-STOCK ITEMS ....................................................................................................4-12 0407 SALES TO OTHER THAN REGULAR OR RESERVE MARINES OR SAILORS ........4-13 0408 STORE OPERATIONS .......................................................................................................4-14 0409 CLOTHING INVENTORY MANAGEMENT ...................................................................4-14 0410 RECORD KEEPING AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT .............................................4-15 iv MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY IN THE POSSESSION OF THE MARINE CORPS Volume 13 MCO 4400.201-V13 03 NOV 2016 CHAPTER 5 : CLOTHING RETENTION, RECOVERY AND REPLACEMENT ................5-1 0501 GENERAL .............................................................................................................................5-2 0502 CLOTHING RETENTION....................................................................................................5-2 0503 OFFICER CANDIDATES ....................................................................................................5-3 0504 CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS ........................................................................................5-3 0505 CLOTHING RECOVERY ....................................................................................................5-3 0506 RECOVERY FROM PERSONNEL WHO HAVE SERVED 6 MONTHS OR LESS ON ACTIVE DUTY .....................................................................................................................5-4 0507 RECOVERY FROM ENLISTED PERSONNEL DISCHARGED TO ACCEPT A DIRECT COMMISSION OF APPOINTMENT AS A MARINE OFFICER .......................................5-4 0508 RECOVERY FROM PRISONERS .......................................................................................5-4 0509 RECOVERY FROM PERSONNEL IN AN UNAUTHORIZED ABSENCE (UA) OR DESERTER STATUS ...........................................................................................................5-4 0510 RECOVERY FROM NAVY PERSONNEL FAILING TO COMPLETE FIELD MEDICAL SCHOOL (FMS) ....................................................................................................................5-4 0511 RECOVERY FROM OFFICER CANDIDATES..................................................................5-4 0512 DISPOSITION OF RECOVERED CLOTHING ..................................................................5-5 0513 DISPOSITION OF UNSERVICEABLE RECOVERED CLOTHING.................................5-5 0514 DISPOSITION OF SERVICEABLE CONDITION CODE “A” OR “B” RECOVERED CLOTHING ...........................................................................................................................5-5 0515 CLOTHING REPLACEMENT .............................................................................................5-6 0516 CLOTHING REPLACEMENT ISSUES CATEGORIES .....................................................5-7 0517 POLICY AND PROCEDURES FOR REPLACEMENT ISSUES .......................................5-8 CHAPTER 6 : ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT ..................................6-1 0601 GENERAL .............................................................................................................................6-2 0602 TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT .................................6-2 v MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY IN THE POSSESSION OF THE MARINE CORPS Volume 13 MCO 4400.201-V13 03 NOV 2016 0603 CLASS II INDIVIDUAL COMBAT CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT (ICCE) (782 GEAR) ...........................................................................................................................6-3 0604 TABLE OF AUTHORIZED MATERIEL CONTROL NUMBER (TAMCN) TYPE 3 CONTINGENCY ICCE ........................................................................................................6-3 0605 NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT (NBCDE) .......6-3 0606 MARKING OF ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT ..........................6-3 0607 ACCOUNTING FOR ORGANIZATION CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT ......................6-5 CHAPTER 7 : RESERVE CLOTHING ........................................................................................7-1 0701 GENERAL .............................................................................................................................7-2 0702 ENTITLEMENT ....................................................................................................................7-2 0703 RESTRICTIONS TO ENTITLEMENT ................................................................................7-2 0704 ISSUE AND SALES PROCEDURES...................................................................................7-3 0705 CASH SALES AND CHECKAGES .....................................................................................7-4 0706 ALTERATIONS AND ACCESSORIES...............................................................................7-5 0707 REPLACEMENT IN-KIND PROCESS................................................................................7-6 0708 CLOTHING INSPECTIONS/INVENTORIES .....................................................................7-6 0709 TRANSFER BETWEEN SELECTED MARINE CORPS RESERVE (SMCR) UNITS, TO INDIVIDUAL READY RESERVE (IRR), OR TO EXTENDED ACTIVE DUTY ............7-6 0710 DOCUMENTATION AND DISPOSITION OF CLOTHING FORMS ...............................7-7 0711 DISPOSITION OF RECOVERED AND/OR EXCESS CLOTHING ................................7-11 0712 RETENTION PROCDURES DISPOSITION OF RECOVERED AND/OR EXCESS CLOTHING .........................................................................................................................7-11 0713 ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUE OF DRESS UNIFORMS ....................................................7-11 CHAPTER 8 : DEPLOYMENT AND ACTIVATION/MOBILIZATION ................................8-1 0801 GENERAL .............................................................................................................................8-2 0802 MOBILIZED/ACTIVATED PERSONNEL .........................................................................8-2 vi MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY IN THE POSSESSION OF THE MARINE CORPS Volume 13 MCO 4400.201-V13 03 NOV 2016 0803 ACTIVATED RESERVE MARINE CORPS OFFICERS ....................................................8-3 0804 OTHER ACTIVATED PERSONNEL ..................................................................................8-4 0805 ACTIVATED CIVILIAN SUPPORT PERSONNEL ...........................................................8-4 0806 DEPLOYED BLOCKS..........................................................................................................8-4 0807 STORAGE PRIOR TO TRANSFER TO/FROM COMBAT ................................................8-4 0808 REPLACEMENT ISSUES INCIDENT TO COMBAT ........................................................8-5 0809 RETURNING FROM COMBAT ..........................................................................................8-6 0810 SUSTAINMENT ISSUES OF ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING .....................................8-7 FIGURE 8-1: MINIMUM TRAVELING UNIFORM (MEN’S). ..................................................8-8 CHAPTER 9 : CONSOLIDATED STORAGE PROGRAM (CSP) ...........................................9-1 0901 GENERAL .............................................................................................................................9-2 0902 POLICY .................................................................................................................................9-2 CHAPTER 10 : THE NATIONAL FLAG’S HISTORY, USE, AND PLACEMENT .............10-1 1001 HISTORY ............................................................................................................................10-2 1002 USE AND DISPLAY ..........................................................................................................10-3 1003 NATIONAL STANDARD ..................................................................................................10-8 1004 PLACING OF THE NATIONAL FLAG IN MOURNING ................................................10-9 1005 THE NATIONAL FLAG AT BURIALS ............................................................................10-9 FIGURE 10-1: NATIONAL FLAG FLYING OVER THE U.S. CAPITOL. ..............................10-5 FIGURE 10-2: CARRIED WITH OTHER FLAGS OR WITH A LINE OF FLAGS. ................10-6 FIGURE 10-3: DISPLAY WITH OTHER FLAGS. ....................................................................10-6 FIGURE 10-4: CROSSED OR MOUNTED WITH OTHER FLAGS. ........................................10-7 FIGURE 10-5: DISPLAY FROM A DOOR WAY. .....................................................................10-7 FIGURE 10-6: DISPLAY WITH PENNANTS OR STATE FLAGS. .........................................10-8 vii MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY IN THE POSSESSION OF THE MARINE CORPS Volume 13 MCO 4400.201-V13 03 NOV 2016 FIGURE 10-7: THE NATIONAL FLAG AT BURIALS. .........................................................10-10 CHAPTER 11 : THE NATIONAL FLAG’S SIZE, DISPLAY, MAST, AND FOLDS ...........11-1 1101 SIZE AND DISPLAY .........................................................................................................11-2 1102 FULL AND HALF-MASTING ...........................................................................................11-3 1103 LOWERING AND FOLDING ............................................................................................11-4 FIGURE 11-1: DISPLAY AT HALF MAST. ..............................................................................11-4 FIGURE 11-2: FOLDING OF THE NATIONAL FLAG, STEP 1. .............................................11-5 FIGURE 11-3: FOLDING OF THE NATIONAL FLAG, STEP 2. .............................................11-5 FIGURE 11-4: FOLDING OF THE NATIONAL FLAG, STEP 3. .............................................11-5 FIGURE 11-5: FOLDING OF THE NATIONAL FLAG, STEP 4. .............................................11-5 FIGURE 11-6: FOLDING OF THE NATIONAL FLAG, STEP 5. .............................................11-6 FIGURE 11-7: FOLDING OF THE NATIONAL FLAG, STEP 6. .............................................11-6 FIGURE 11-8: FOLDING OF THE NATIONAL FLAG, STEP 7. .............................................11-6 CHAPTER 12 : MARINE CORPS COLORS, STANDARDS, FLAGS, GUIDONS, PLATES AND STREAMERS ...........................................................................................12-1 1201 HISTORY ............................................................................................................................12-2 1202 COLORS AND STANDARDS ...........................................................................................12-3 1203 GENERAL OFFICERS' DISTINGUISHING FLAGS .......................................................12-5 1204 GUIDONS ...........................................................................................................................12-8 1205 STREAMERS ....................................................................................................................12-13 1206 SILVER BANDS ...............................................................................................................12-16 1207 CERTIFICATE OF UNIT HONORS ................................................................................12-16 1208 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ..............................................................................12-17 1209 FUNDING .........................................................................................................................12-18 viii MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY IN THE POSSESSION OF THE MARINE CORPS...
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