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The list of components you see on FED LOG is actually the components that are used to make up the two brackets.
FED LOG is a logistics information product published by the Defense Logistics Information Service (DLIS) and contains cataloging information on more than seven million stock numbers and twelve million part numbers.
Synergetics will provide its ECCMA and ISO certified IMD technology suite to sustain the current DLIS portable media product (FED LOG) and to develop an upgraded, adaptive and more capable method to deliver information via portable media for use in U.S.
Through either five compact discs or one DVD, FED LOG provides highly portable logistics information that contains items of supply and supplier data from the Federal Logistics Information System as well as unique data from other sources, including the military services and Defense Logistics Agency supply centers.
There are many options here, so search FED LOG with the following keywords: INDICATOR, HUMIDITY, PLUG
* Pay attention to how the PN looks in FED LOG. FED LOG will retrieve any PN that has all the letters and numbers in the right order, even if they are hyphenated differently.
Sometimes new NSNs appear faster in WebFLIS than in FED LOG. The reason is that FED LOG is a monthly product, so information is only captured monthly.
You can access FED LOG through the Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW).
Although the TM lists the snaps by part number, cross referencing each one in FED LOG, will gel the NSNs you need.
* links to other logistics info sources (LOGSA/LIW, FED LOG, etc.)
A: Before you reinvent the wheel, be sure to check for packaging instructions in LIW, FED LOG, and WebFLIS.