List of U.S. Army weapons by supply catalog designation
This is a list of U.S. Army weapons and material by supply catalog designation, or Standard Nomenclature List (SNL) by group. The U.S Army Ordnance Corps
Ordnance Corps
The United States Army Ordnance Corps is a Sustainment branch of the United States Army, headquartered at Fort Lee, Virginia.-Mission Statement:The U.S...

 Supply Catalog used an alpha-numeric nomenclature system from about the mid-1920s to about 1958. These designations represent parts catalogs for supply and repair purposes. There can be numerous volumes, changes, and updates under each designation.

War Department
United States Department of War
The United States Department of War, also called the War Department , was the United States Cabinet department originally responsible for the operation and maintenance of the United States Army...


  • WD CAT. ORD 1 Introduction to Ordnance catalog
  • WD CAT. ORD 2 Index to Ordnance supply catalog
  • WD CAT. ORD 3 list of items for issue to troops, posts, camps, and stations.
  • WD CAT. ORD 4 Allowances of expendable supplies
  • WD CAT. ORD 5 Stock list of items
  • WD CAT. ORD 5-1 Numerical index of manufactures part numbers, and drawing numbers
  • WD CAT. ORD 6 Tools, and tool sets
  • WD CAT. ORD 7 Organizational Maintenance Allowances.
  • WD CAT. ORD 8 Field and Depot Maintenance Allowances.
  • WD CAT. ORD 9 List of all service parts.
  • WD CAT. ORD 10 tool load, and supply guide
  • WD CAT. ORD 11 Ammunition
  • WD CAT. ORD 12 Obsolete general supplies
  • WD CAT. ORD 13 Parts common to two or more major items
  • WD CAT. ORD 14-1 Interchangeability lists for tanks, and vehicles of related chassis.
  • WD CAT. ORD 14-2 Interchangeability list
    • Vol. 1 Interchangeability list for ordnance, general purpose and combat vehicles (except full track vehicles) group 0-0800
    • Vol. 2 Interchangeability list for ordnance, general purpose and combat vehicles (except full track vehicles) group 0900-2500
  • WD CAT. ORD 15-1 (Ordnance numbers) Cross reference list of ordnance part, and stock numbers (ten volumes)
  • WD CAT. ORD 15-2 (stock numbers) (ten volumes)
  • WD CAT. ORD 16 Captured Foreign Material

Group "A" Material

Automatic Weapons, small mortars, Carts, and Light artillery
  • A1 Major items, and Major combinations of
  • A2 Cal. .50 machine gun Browning M1921 water cooled
  • A3 Material, antiaircraft, automatic gun - Parts and equipment
  • A4 Cal. .30 Browning Automatic Rifle M1918, and M1918A1 (M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle)
  • A5 Cal. .30 machine gun M1917A- (M1917 Browning machine gun)
  • A6 Cal. .30 machine gun M1919A- (M1919 Browning machine gun
    M1919 Browning machine gun
    The M1919 Browning is a .30 caliber medium machine gun that was widely used during the 20th century. It was used as a light infantry, coaxial, mounted, aircraft, and anti-aircraft machine gun by the U.S. and many other countries, especially during World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War...

  • A7 37-mm gun carriage M1916A1, A2 (Canon d'Infanterie de 37 modèle 1916 TRP)
  • A8 ammunition cart machine gun M1917
  • A9 37-mm ammunition cart M1917
  • A10 Items not authorized for general use
  • A11 Lewis aircraft machine gun, cal. .30 M1918, parts and equipment. (Lewis Gun
    Lewis Gun
    The Lewis Gun is a World War I–era light machine gun of American design that was perfected and widely used by the British Empire. It was first used in combat in World War I, and continued in service with a number of armed forces through to the end of the Korean War...

  • A12 Cal. .30 machine gun M1918 aircraft
  • A13 Cal. .30 machine gun M1918M1 aircraft
  • A14 Cal. .30 machine gun, Marlin, aircraft M1916 (Marlin Firearms
    Marlin Firearms
    Marlin Firearms Co., formerly of North Haven, Connecticut, is a manufacturer of high power, center fire, lever action, and .22 caliber rimfire rifles. In the past, the company made shotguns, derringers and revolvers...

  • A15 Gun 37-mm, and tank cradle M1916
  • A16 2.24-inch tank gun (6LB)
  • A17 Hangers, pack, gun and ammunition - Parts and equipment
  • A18 Cal. .30 machine rifle M1922
  • A19 Parts Common for Group A Materiel
  • A20 Cal. .50 machine gun browning M1921 aircraft
  • A21 cart mortar light, M1
  • A22 cart communications, telephone M1
  • A23 75-mm mortar M1, M2
  • A24 Cart, communication, radio (provisional); Cart, communication, telephone (provisional); Cart, mortar, light (provisional) - Parts and equipment
  • A25 37-mm gun carriage M2
  • A26 cart M2
  • A27 Gun, subcaliber, M1 for 2.24" (6-Pdr.) tank gun, Mk.II (British)
  • A28 Cal. .30 fixed aircraft machine gun, M2, (M2 Browning machine gun)
  • A29 37-mm M1A2 on carriage M3A1 (37mm Gun M1
    37mm Gun M1
    The 37mm Gun M1 was an anti-aircraft autocannon developed in the United States. It was used by the US Army in World War II.In addition to the towed variant, the gun was mounted, with two M2 machine guns, on the M2/M3 half-track, resulting in the T28/T28E1/M15/M15A1 series of multiple gun motor...

  • A30 wheeled machine gun mount M1
  • A31
  • A32 Cal. .45 machine gun, M1928A1 (Thompson submachine gun
    Thompson submachine gun
    The Thompson is an American submachine gun, invented by John T. Thompson in 1919, that became infamous during the Prohibition era. It was a common sight in the media of the time, being used by both law enforcement officers and criminals...

  • A33 81-mm mortar M1 and M4 (M1 mortar
    M1 Mortar
    The M1 is a United States 81 millimeter caliber mortar. It was used during World War II well into the 1950s when it was replaced by the lighter and longer ranged M29 Mortar...

  • A34 3-Inch trench mortar MK1
  • A35 Tool, Maintenance, for Repair of Group A Materiel” Dated 1 July 1945
  • A36 Cal. .50 aircraft machine gun basic, M2
  • A37 Cal. .50 water cooled machine gun, AA, M2
  • A38 Cal. .50 machine gun AN-M2 (aircraft)
  • A39 Cal. .50 machine gun heavy, aircraft fixed, M2
  • A40 Cal. .22 machine gun trainer M1
  • A41
  • A42 hand cart, M3, M4, M6.
  • A43 60-mm mortar M2 and M19 (M2 mortar
    M2 Mortar
    The M2 Mortar is a smoothbore, muzzle loading, high-angle-of-fire weapon used by U.S. forces in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War for light infantry support.-Description:...

  • A44 37-mm gun, M3. on carriage M4 (37 mm Gun M3)
  • A45 37-mm gun M6 on m23 mount (M3 Stuart)
  • A46 37-mm gun automatic. M4, and M10. (M4 cannon
    M4 cannon
    The 37 mm Automatic Gun, M4, known as the T9 during development, was a 37 mm autocannon designed by John Browning and used in the Bell P-39 Airacobra and P-63 Kingcobra fighters, as well as experimentally on other designs. It provided interceptors with a weapon that could shoot down any...

  • A47 20-mm gun automatic AN-M2, M3, and M24
  • A48 Cal. .22 rifle subcaliber device M5, M1903A2, M2A1
  • A49 Rifle, automatic, Cal. .30, Browning M1918A2
  • A50 40-mm automatic gun M1; on M2 carriage (Bofors 40 mm)
  • A51 Unassigned (Mount, truck, pedestal, M24A1, now assigned SNL A-55)
  • A52 Cal. .45 submachine gun, M2 (M2 Hyde
    M2 Hyde
    The Hyde-Inland M2 was the highest-rate United States submachine gun design submitted for trials at Aberdeen Proving Ground in February, 1941. Work was undertaken by General Motors Inland Manufacturing Division to develop workable prototypes of Hyde's design. The design was designated U.S...

  • A53 20-mm gun automatic M1, AN-M2, M3, and M24
  • A54 Mount, machine gun, twin, cal. 50, M33
  • A55 mounts small arms for motor vehicles. (A55 contains at least 56 sections)
    • S1 Introduction and index
    • S2 3.5-inch Ball mount, M13
    • S3 mount bracket M20
    • S4 Left sponson mount and right sponson mount, parts and equipment. (M2 Light Tank
      M2 Light Tank
      The Light Tank M2 was an American pre-World War II light tank that saw combat with the US Marine Corps 1st Tank Battalion on Guadalcanal in 1942, during World War II. Its service with the 1st Tank Battalion during the Pacific War was its only U.S...

    • S5 combination gun mount, M22
    • S6 combination gun mount, M23
    • S7 mount machine gun, Cal. .30, M26
    • S8 mount bow gun, Cal. .30. M27
    • S9 combination gun mount, M24, and M2A1
    • S10 mount machine gun Cal. .50 (D59530) (M4 Sherman
      M4 Sherman
      The M4 Sherman, formally Medium Tank, M4, was the primary tank used by the United States during World War II. Thousands were also distributed to the Allies, including the British Commonwealth and Soviet armies, via lend-lease...

    • S11 Mount, ball, Cal. .30 (D51070) (M4 Sherman
      M4 Sherman
      The M4 Sherman, formally Medium Tank, M4, was the primary tank used by the United States during World War II. Thousands were also distributed to the Allies, including the British Commonwealth and Soviet armies, via lend-lease...

    • S12 37-mm gun mount, M25, and M26
    • S13 mount ball, (D59830)
    • S14 Cal. .30, MG mount, M29
    • S15 Cal. .50 MG mount, M30,
    • S16 mount truck pedestal, M24, and M24A1, (Dodge WC series
      Dodge WC series
      The Dodge WC series was a range of light military trucks produced by Dodge during World War II. The series included weapon carriers, telephone installation trucks, ambulances, reconnaissance vehicles, mobile workshops and command cars. They were replaced after the war by the Dodge M-series...

    • S17 mount truck pedestal, M25
    • S18 mount truck pedestal, M31
    • S19 truck mounts, M32, M36, and M37
    • S20 mount machine gun, Cal. .30, T53
    • S21 mount pedestal, machine gun, M4
    • S22 combination gun mount, T55
    • S23 Mount, machine gun Cal. .30 (D40771)
    • S24 combination gun mount M44
    • S25 Mount, machine gun, Cal. .30 (E6160)
    • S26
    • S27 Ring mount, M41 for Cal. .30 MG
    • S28 Cal. .30, or .50 MG mount, M35, and M35C
    • S29 mount machine gun, AA, Cal. .50. (D60258)
    • S30 mount, machine gun Cal. .50, (D69820)
    • S31 mount bracket, M40
    • S32 Cal. .30 MG mount, M48
    • S33 Mount, pedestal, machine gun, cal. .50, M39, mount, pedestal, machine gun, cal. .50, M43, and mount pedstal, machine gun, twin, cal. .50, M46, organizational spare parts and equipment.
    • S34 Cal. .30 MG mount (D78272)
    • S35 Mount, antiaircraft gun Cal. .30 (D60490)
    • S36 Mount, flexible bow gun. (D71797)
    • S37 Mount, machine gun, A A, cal. .30 (D41488)
    • S38 Mount, machine gun, A A, cal. .50 (D80030)
    • S39
    • S40 Mount, machine gun, A A, cal. .50 (D70627)
    • S41 Mount, flexible bow gun. (D67194)
    • S42 Cal. .30 MG, ball mount.
    • S43
    • S44
    • S45 Mount Pedestal Machine Gun (7115438) 1956
    • S46
    • S47
    • S48
    • S49
    • S50 Ring mount, M49, M49A1, M49A1C, and Mount truck, M32, M36, M37, M50, M56, M58, M59, M60, M61.
    • S56 Mount ring, M68
  • A56 trainer machine gun M9
  • A57 37mm gun automatic, AN-M9
  • A58 Cal. .45 submachine gun M3 (grease gun), (M3 submachine gun
    M3 submachine gun
    The M3 was an American .45-caliber submachine gun adopted for U.S. Army service on 12 December 1942, as the United States Submachine Gun, Cal. .45, M3. The M3 was designed as a more cost-effective alternative to the Thompson, optimized for mass production...

  • A59 Cal. .50 machine gun heavy, turret type, M2
  • A60 Cart, utility, light weight.
  • A61 Quadmount
    The M45 Quadmount was a weapon mounting consisting of four M2 Browning machine guns mounted in pairs on each side of an electrically powered turret. It was built by the Maxon Manufacturing Co...

  • A62 2-Inch Mortar M3
  • A63
  • A64 Gun machine. Cal. .60 T17E3
  • A65
  • A66
  • A67 Gun, machine, Cal. .50, AN-M3 aircraft basic.
  • A68
  • A69 Cart, hand, M7, and M9
  • A70 Mortar, 4.2-inch, M2
  • A71 Machine, Linking, Powered. Cal. .50. M5. and Delinker, M7
  • A72 Sled Artillery M2 M2C M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8 M9 M10 M10C and M12 Ski Snow M13 1950
  • A73 Gun, Automatic, 20-mm, M24, M24A1, M24E2 Repositioner 20-mm M17 1955
  • A74 Mount Ball, Cal. .30 (7722940)
  • A75 Mount, machine gun, Cal. .30 or Cal. .50 (7069694)
  • A76 Mount, and shield, Machine gun, Cal. .30 (7326774)
  • A77 .50 Cal. subcaliber mount M19
  • A78 Mount, ball, Cal. .30 (7722408)
  • A79 Machine Repositioning Cal .50 M15 1950
  • A80 Mount machine gun, Cal. .50, M69.
  • A81 Mount machine gun, Cal. .30, M70.
  • A82 Mortar 81-MM, M29/M23 /w baseplate M23A1,A2,A3 Parts /Jul 1956 (M29 mortar
    M29 Mortar
    The M29 is a United States produced 81 millimeter calibre mortar. It began replacing the M1 Mortar in U.S. service in 1952 being lighter and with greater range. It was replaced by the M252 Mortar in 1984...

  • A83 Linker, powered. 20-mm, M16, (T-27)
  • A84 Mount twin, machine gun, T122
  • A85 Mortar, 4.2-inch, M30, T104
  • A86 Mount tripod weapon, M74, (T113E2)
  • A87
  • A88 .50 machine gun mount AA
  • A89 Cal. .30 Machine gun, M37, (Patton series Tanks)
  • A90 .30 cal. machine gun mount
  • A91 Gun, automatic, Cal. .60, T130E3,E4, M38
    • Gun, automatic, 20-mm, T160E3, M39, M39A1 M39 cannon
      M39 cannon
      The M39 cannon was a 20 mm caliber single-barreled revolver cannon developed for the United States Air Force in the late 1940s. It was used on a number of fighter aircraft from the early 1950s through the 1980s.-Development:...

  • A92 Cradle, pintle, and ammunition box tray, machine gun, Cal. .30 or Cal. .50 (E10014)
  • A93 Mount machine gun, AA, Cal. .50
  • A94 Machine, repositioning, 20-mm, M17
  • A95 Gun automatic, 30-mm, T121, T182.
  • A96 Mount, Ring, Machine gun, Cal. .50, M81
  • A97 Mount, ring, machine gun, Cal. .50, (8691154)
  • A98 Mount, Commander's Cupola & Cal. .50 AA Machine Gun (8797700) & (8704789)
  • A99
  • A100

Group "B" Material

Revolvers, Pistols, Shotguns, Arms Chests, rocket launchers
  • B1 Major items of group B material
  • B2
  • B3 U.S. Rifle, M1903 rifle, Cal. .30 M1903 Springfield
  • B4 U.S. Rifle, Cal. .30, M1917 (Enfield) M1917 Enfield
  • B5 Gallery practice rifle, cal. .22 M1903
  • B6 Pistol, Automatic, Cal. .45, M1911
    The M1911 is a single-action, semi-automatic, magazine-fed, and recoil-operated handgun chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge. John M. Browning designed the firearm which was the standard-issue side arm for the United States armed forces from 1911 to 1985. The M1911 is still carried by some U.S....

     and M1911A1
  • B7 Pistol, Revolver, Cal. .45, M1917 (M1917 revolver
    M1917 revolver
    The M1917 Revolver was a U.S. six-shot revolver of .45 ACP caliber. It was adopted by the U.S. Army in 1917 to supplement the standard M1911 .45 ACP semi-automatic pistol during World War I. Afterwards, it was primarily used by secondary and non-deployed troops...

  • B8 Bayonet, M1905, M1917 and M1; Bayo-Knife, M4 (M1 bayonet
    M1 Bayonet
    The M1 Bayonet was designed to be used with the .30 caliber U.S. Rifle M1. The blade is 10 inches long, and the handle is 4 inches long....

  • B9 Shotguns 12 gauge
  • B10 Rifle, U.S., cal. .30 M1903, Mk.I (special) - Parts and equipment
  • B11 Items not authorized for general use
  • B12 Very pistol, 25 mm, MK 4, parts and equipment.
  • B13 Helmet steel, M1917A1, M1917. (Brodie helmet
    Brodie helmet
    The Brodie helmet, called Helmet, steel, Mark I helmet in Britain and the M1917 Helmet in the U.S., was a steel combat helmet designed and patented in 1915 by the Briton John Leopold Brodie...

  • B14 Tools for reloading small arms ammunition, parts and equipment.
  • B15 Items common to 2 or more Group B products.
  • B16 List of all Parts of Arms Locker, Arm Rack, Arm Repair Chest, and Pistol Cleaning Kit
  • B17 Rifle, Cal. .22 M1922, M1922M1, and M2
  • B18 Pistol, Pyrotechnic, M2
  • B19 Pyrotechnic projector, ground M1A1
  • B20 Tools, Maintenance For Repair Of Group B Materiel
  • B21 Rifle, U.S., cal. .30 M1, M1C, M1D (Sniper's) (M1 Garand
    M1 Garand
    The M1 Garand , was the first semi-automatic rifle to be generally issued to the infantry of any nation. Called "the greatest battle implement ever devised" by General George S...

  • B22 Interchangeability chart
  • B23 Pistol, Very, 10-gauge, Mk. III and M5
  • B24 Projector, signal, ground, M3 and M4
  • B25 Rifle Cal. .22 commercial type
  • B26
  • B27
  • B28 Carbine cal..30 M1, M1A1, M2 AND M3 (M1 carbine
    M1 Carbine
    The M1 carbine is a lightweight, easy to use semi-automatic carbine that became a standard firearm for the U.S. military during World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War, and was produced in several variants. It was widely used by U.S...

  • B29 Cal22, Ruger. Mark I, Target Model. Revolver, Colt, Cal38, Special, Detective Special, 2-Inch Barrel; Revolver, (Colt Detective Special)
  • B30 Pistol, Colt, Cal. .22, Ace.
  • B31 pistol, automatic .22 Colt, Woodsman, match target, and standard.
  • B32 Pistol, Automatic .22 High Standard Model B and HD 1944 (High Standard .22 Pistol
    High Standard .22 Pistol
    High Standard target pistols are manufactured in a variety of models in .22 Short and .22 Long Rifle chamberings for use in competition. One selling point is the similarity in grip angle and manual safety location to the M1911A1 series, a pistol common in service pistol competition.A variant of...

  • B33 Pistol, pyrotechnic, with Mount, AN-M8
  • B34 Discharger, pyrotechnic, AN-M5
  • B35 Pistol, Automatic, Cal. .32. 380,Colt
  • B36 M1 rocket launcher (Bazooka)
  • B37 M3 Trench knife (M3 Fighting Knife
    M3 Fighting Knife
    The M3 Fighting Knife or M3 Trench Knife was an American military combat knife first issued in March 1943. The M3 was originally designated for issue to soldiers not otherwise equipped with a bayonet...

  • B38 Projector, pyrotechnic, hand, M9
  • B39 Launcher, grenade, M1 and M2, M7 and M8 M7 grenade launcher
    M7 grenade launcher
    The M7 grenade launcher, formally Rifle Grenade Launcher, M7 was a 22 mm rifle grenade launcher attachment for the M1 Garand rifle which saw widespread use throughout World War II and the Korean War. The M7 was a tube-shaped device, one end that slotting over the barrel of the rifle, the other end...

  • B40 Projector, signal, ground, M1A1
  • B41 M9, M9A1, M18, rocket launcher (Bazooka
    Bazooka is the common name for a man-portable recoilless rocket antitank weapon, widely fielded by the U.S. Army. Also referred to as the "Stovepipe", the innovative bazooka was amongst the first-generation of rocket propelled anti-tank weapons used in infantry combat...

  • B42 M20, M20B1, rocket launcher (Bazooka)
  • B43 Rifle, Survival, cal..22, M4 (T38) (Hornet) (M4 Survival Rifle
    M4 Survival Rifle
    The M4 Survival Rifle was developed during World War II as part of the survival gear stored under the seat of military aircraft, to give downed aircrew a survival weapon for foraging wild game for food.- History :...

  • B44 Launcher Rocket, Repeating, 3.5-inch, M25, (T115E1). and tripod M77
  • B45 Rifle / Shotgun- Cal. .22/.410 gauge. M6 survival (M6 Aircrew Survival Weapon
    M6 Aircrew Survival Weapon
    The M6 Air Crew Survival Weapon was a specially made firearm issued to the United States Air Force aircraft crews to help forage for food in the event of a plane crash....

  • B46 Pistol marine, signal, 37-mm, (7162921)
  • B47 Revolver, lightweight, Cal. .38 special, M12, and M13.
  • B48 Rifle spotting, Cal. .50, M8 (for M40 recoilless rifle
    M40 recoilless rifle
    The M40 recoilless rifle was a lightweight, portable, crew-served 105 mm weapon intended primarily as an anti-tank weapon made in the United States...

  • B49 Pistol, Automatic, Cal. .22, High Standard, Supermatic; Pistol, Automatic,
  • B50 Rifle, Cal30-06, Winchester, Model 70, Special Match Grade; Rifle, Cal.
  • B51
  • B52
  • B53
  • B54
  • B55
  • B56
  • B57
  • B58
  • B59
  • B60

Group "C" Material

Pack, Light, and medium field artillery as well as Limbers and caissons

  • C1 Major items of Pack, Light, and medium field artillery, and armament of these calibers for airplane and combat vehicles
  • C2 Carriage, M1916 for 75 mm Gun M1916
    75 mm Gun M1916
    The M1916 75-mm Gun was a U.S. Army field artillery piece used during, and after World War I. It was used as an antiaircraft gun as well as a field piece.-History:...

     (wooden wheel)

  • C3 carriage, M1918, for Howitzer 155-mm, M1918, (wooden wheel)
  • C4 Gun and carriage, 75-mm, M1897MI, and M1897MIA2 (wooden wheel) (Canon de 75 modèle 1897
    Canon de 75 modèle 1897
    The French 75mm field gun was a quick-firing field artillery piece adopted in March 1898. Its official French designation was: Matériel de 75mm Mle 1897. It was commonly known as the French 75, simply the 75 and Soixante-Quinze .The French 75 is widely regarded as the first modern artillery piece...

  • C5 Caisson, 75-mm gun, M1918. limber caisson
  • C6 Items common to 2 or more Group C materiel.
  • C7 Limber and caisson, for 155-mm howitzer, M1917, M1918.
  • C8 Wagon, battery and store, M1917; Limber, forge, M1902MI; Limber, store, M1902MI - Parts and equipment, Feb. 25, 1925
  • C9 Carriage, M1917 for 75-mm (British) (wooden wheel)(75 mm Gun M1917
    75 mm Gun M1917
    The 75 mm Gun Model of 1917 was an interim measure, based on the British QF 18 pounder, produced by the United States in World War I after it had decided to switch from to 75 mm calibre for its field guns.-History:...

  • C10 Cart, battery, reel, M1917A2
  • C11 Cart, artillery, reel, M1909M1, M1918
  • C12 Gun 75-mm, M1897A2, and M1897A4, on Carriage M2A3
  • C13 Reloading and cleaning outfits, parts.
  • C14 Subcaliber and dril cartridge kits, parts.
  • C15 Items not authorized for general use.
  • C16 Gun and Carriage, mountain, 2.95" - Parts and equipment, including pack equipment. (QF 2.95 inch Mountain Gun
    QF 2.95 inch Mountain Gun
    The QF 2.95 inch mountain gun was the designation given by the British to a Vickers 75mm gun. It was originally produced for the Egyptian Army. It was taken into British service in the late 19th Century to provide the 'movable armament' at some coaling stations...

    ) ?
  • C17 carriage M1917, for 155-mm, howitzer M1917, (wooden wheel)
  • C18 Tools, Maintenance, for repair of pack, light and medium field artillery; and armament of these calibers for airplane and combat vehicles
  • C19
  • C20 Howitzer pack, 75-mm M1A1. on Carriage M8 (75 mm Pack Howitzer M1)
  • C21 Howitzer, 105-mm M2A1. on mount M4, and M4A1. (M101 howitzer
    M101 howitzer
    The 105 mm M2A1 howitzer was the standard light field howitzer for the United States in World War II, seeing action in both European and Pacific theaters. Entering production in 1941, it quickly entered the war against the Imperial Japanese Army in the Pacific, where it gained a reputation...

  • C22 Parts and accessories for 3" materiel (except guns and carriage); 4.7" materiel; 60 Pdr. materiel 4.7 inch Gun M1906
    4.7 inch Gun M1906
    The 4.7in Field Gun M1906 was designed and issued by the US Army Ordnance Department in 1906. The design was orthodox for its time with a box trail and hydro spring recoil system. When the United States entered World War I 60 had been produced and issued to the army...

  • C23 Materiel, howitzer, 105mm (German) - Parts and equipment
  • C24 Guns, 3", M1902, M1904, M1905 and Carriage, M1902 -Parts and equipment (3-inch M1902 field gun)
  • C25 Gun and carriage, 75-mm, M1897A4 (high speed)
  • C26 Howitzer pack, M1, and M1A1. on Carriage M3A3
  • C27 Carriage Gun, 75-mm, M1917A1 (high speed)
  • C28 Howitzer, 155-mm, M1918. on Carriage M1918A3 (high speed)
  • C29 Limber, light, M2, and Caisson, light, M1.
  • C30 Carriage M1916A1 for 75-mm gun, (high speed)
  • C31 Howitzer, 155-mm, M1917A2, and carriage M1917A4
  • C32
  • C33 Subcaliber mounts? (at least 17 sections)
  • C34 Gun, 75-mm, M2 and M3 (tank) and mount gun 75-mm, M1. (75 mm Gun M2/M3/M6), (M4 Sherman
    M4 Sherman
    The M4 Sherman, formally Medium Tank, M4, was the primary tank used by the United States during World War II. Thousands were also distributed to the Allies, including the British Commonwealth and Soviet armies, via lend-lease...

  • C35
  • C36 Gun, 57-mm, M1 on Carriage, M1A2 (Ordnance QF 6 pounder
    Ordnance QF 6 pounder
    The Ordnance Quick-Firing 6-pounder 7 cwt, or just 6 pounder, was a British 57 mm gun, their primary anti-tank gun during the middle of World War II, as well as the main armament for a number of armoured fighting vehicles...

  • C37
  • C38 Gun, 4.5-inch, M1. on Carriage M1A1 (4.5 inch Gun M1
    4.5 inch Gun M1
    The 4.5 inch Gun M1 was a field gun developed in the United States in the beginning of World War II. It shared the same carriage with the 155mm Howitzer M1 and fired the same ammunition as the British BL 4.5 inch Medium Field Gun...

  • C39 Howitzer, 155-mm, M1. on mount M14 (M114 155 mm howitzer
    M114 155 mm howitzer
    The M114 155 mm howitzer was a towed howitzer used by the United States Army. It was first produced in 1942 as a medium artillery piece under the designation of 155 mm Howitzer M1. It saw service with the US Army during World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War, before being...

  • C40 Gun, 3-inch, M5. on Carriage M1. (3 inch Gun M5
    3 inch Gun M5
    3 inch Gun M5 was an anti-tank gun developed in the United States during World War II. The gun combined a barrel of the anti-aircraft gun T9 and elements of the 105 mm howitzer M2. The M5 was issued exclusively to the US Army tank destroyer battalions starting in 1943...

  • C41 Gun, 57-mm, M1. recoil mechanism, M12, and mount T5
  • C42
  • C43 Gun 3-inch, M7. on mount M5. (M10 tank destroyer)
  • C44 Gun, 75-mm, M3. on mount M34, and M34A1
  • C45 Howitzer, 105-mm M2A1. on mount M4
  • C46 Gun, 76-mm, M1, and M1A1 (tank) and mount gun combination, M34A1 (76 mm gun M1
    76 mm gun M1
    The 76 mm Gun M1 was an American Forces World War II-era tank gun, which replaced the 75 mm gun on late Medium tank M4s, and was used for all 76 mm Gun Motor Carriage M18 tank destroyers. The previous 75 mm M3 L/40 gun on the early M4 Sherman variants was designed more as an infantry support...

  • C47 Gun, 75-mm, M4. on airplane mount M6
  • C48 Gun, 75-mm, M1897A4. on mount M3
  • C49 Gun, 75-mm, M1897A4. on mount M5
  • C50 Howitzer, 105-mm, M3. on Carriages M3,and M3A1
  • C51 Howitzer, 75-mm, M3. on mount M7 and M12
  • C52 Gun, 75-mm, M3. and mount combination M47
  • C53 Gun, 3-inch, M7, and mount combination T49
  • C54 Howitzer pack, 75-mm, M1A1. on Carriage M8
  • C55
  • C56 Stabilizers all types
  • C57 Howitzer, 75-mm, M1A1. on mount T10
  • C58 Gun, 76-mm, M1A1C, and M1A2. on mount M1
  • C59 Trailer ammunition, M10
  • C60 Gun, 75-mm, T13E1. on Aircraft mount T13E2
  • C61 Gun, 75-mm, M10. on aircraft mount M10
  • C62 Howitzer, 105-mm, M2A1. and mount howitzer M3
  • C63 Howitzer, 105-mm, M4. on mount M5
  • C64 Gun, 76-mm, M1A1C, and M1A1. on mount M62
  • C65
  • C66 Gun, 75-mm, M6. on mount M17, and M64
  • C67 M23 Rocket Launcher
  • C68
  • C69 Gun, 90-mm, M3. on mount M67
  • C70
  • C71
  • C72
  • C73 Recoilless Rifle, 57-mm T-15E3,and M18 (M18 recoilless rifle
    M18 recoilless rifle
    The M18 recoilless rifle was a 57 mm shoulder fired anti-tank recoilless rifle used by the U.S. Army in World War II and the Korean War. Recoilless rifles are capable of firing artillery-type shells at reduced velocities comparable to those of standard cannon, but with greater accuracy than...

  • C74 Recoilless Rifle, 75-mm T-21,and M20 (M20 recoilless rifle
    M20 recoilless rifle
    The M20 recoilless rifle was a U.S. 75 mm caliber recoilless rifle used during the last months of the Second World War and extensively during the Korean War. It could be fired from an M1917A1 .30 caliber machine gun tripod, or from a vehicle mount, typically a Jeep. Its shaped charge warhead,...

  • C75
  • C76 Mount Howitzer, 105-mm, M5.
  • C77 Rifle, 105-MM, M27A1; Mount, Rifle, 105-MM, M75, and 75A1
  • C78
  • C79
  • C80
  • C81 Launcher, rocket, multiple, 7.2-inch, M24.
  • C82 Gun, 76-mm, M32 (T91E3); and Mount, Combination Gun, M76 (T138E1) and M76A1 (T138E2)
  • C83 Mount, Howitzer, 75-mm, M12.
  • C84 Gun, 76-mm, M48, T124E2, and carriage,M29
  • C85 Launch, rocket, multiple, 4.5-inch, T106E1
  • C86 Cannon, Howitzer, 105-mm, M-49 (T96E1); Mount, Howitzer, 105-mm, M-85 (T67E1)
  • C87 Launcher, rocket, 6.5-inch, T117.
  • C88 Gun, 3-inch,T98, and mount combination, T136
  • C89 Howitzer, 105-mm, T79. and carriage, T55.
  • C90 Launcher, Rocket, Multiple, 4.5-Inch, M21 (T123)
  • C91 Mount, Tripod 75-mm, rifle, M1917A2:
  • C92 Howitzer, 110-mm, T142, T143. and carriage T74.
  • C93 Rifle, 106-MM, M40; Mount, 106-MM Rifle, M79 M40 recoilless rifle
    M40 recoilless rifle
    The M40 recoilless rifle was a lightweight, portable, crew-served 105 mm weapon intended primarily as an anti-tank weapon made in the United States...

  • C94
  • C95
  • C96
  • C97
  • C98
  • C99
  • C100

Group "D" Material

Heavy field artillery
  • D1 Major items of heavy field artillery
  • D2 Major items of antiaircraft artillery
  • D3 Materiel, howitzer, 8" - Parts and equipment (BL 8 inch Howitzer Mk VI – VIII)
  • D4 Material, Howitzer, 240-mm, M1918A2. (M1918 240 mm Howitzer
    M1918 240 mm Howitzer
    The M1918 240mm Howitzer was a copy of a French World War I siege howitzer, manufactured in the U.S. to specifications of the U.S. Army.-History:...

  • D5 3-inch Stokes trench mortar, Mk. 1 (Stokes Mortar
    Stokes Mortar
    The Stokes mortar was a British trench mortar invented by Sir Wilfred Stokes KBE which was issued to the British Army and the Commonwealth armies during the latter half of the First World War.-History:...

  • D6 Mortar, trench, 6" - Parts and equipment (Newton 6 inch Mortar
    Newton 6 inch Mortar
    The Newton 6 inch Mortar was the standard British medium mortar in World War I from early 1917 onwards.-Description:The Newton 6 inch replaced the 2 inch Medium Mortar beginning in February 1917....

  • D7 Mount, truck, antiaircraft, M1917, for 75mm gun, M1916 - Parts and equipment

  • D8 Gun, antiaircraft, 3-inch, M1917, M1917M1, M1917M2, gun, antiaircraft, 3 inch, M1918, M1918M1, parts and equipment.
  • D9 Material, 3-inch, antiaircraft gun, M1917 (fixed)
  • D10 3-inch, antiaircraft gun mount, M1918, 3-ton, antiaircraft gun trailer, M1918
  • D11 Gun, and carriage 155-mm, M1917, M1918, M2, M3.
  • D12 Items common to 2 or more Group D materiel.
  • D13 Items not authorized for general use
  • D14 Tools for maintenance of antiaircraft artillery, heavy artillery
  • D15
  • D16 Material, 3-inch, antiaircraft gun, M3 (fixed)
  • D17 Material, 3-inch, antiaircraft gun M1A1, and M1A2 (mobile) (3-inch Gun M1918)
  • D18 Gun, antiaircraft, 105-mm, M3. and mount M1
  • D19 Gun, 155-mm, M1917 parts and equipment (Canon de 155mm GPF
    Canon de 155mm GPF
    The Canon de 155 Grande Puissance Filloux mle.1917 was a 155 mm cannon used by the French Army during the first half of the 20th century.-History:The gun was designed during World War I by Colonel L.J.F...

  • D20 Materiel, gun 6", Mk. XIX (British) - Parts and equipment (BL 6 inch Gun Mk XIX)
  • D21 Materiel, gun, 7", Navy, for caterpillar mount - Parts and equipment also
  • D22 Trailer, 3-ton, for 240mm howitzer M1918 - Parts and equipment
  • D23 Material, 3-inch, antiaircraft gun, M2A2 (mobile)
  • D24 Gun, 155-mm, M1, and M1A1. on Carriage M1. (155 mm Long Tom
    155 mm Long Tom
    The 155 mm Gun M1 and M2 , widely known as Long Tom, were 155 millimeter calibre field guns used by the United States armed forces during World War II and Korean War. The Long Tom replaced the Canon de 155 mm GPF in United States service.-Development:Before entering World War I, the United...

  • D25 Gun, 155-mm, M1918, parts and material
  • D26 Gun, 155-mm M1917A1, parts and equipment
  • D27
  • D28 Gun, 90-mm, M1, and M1A1. on mounts M1, and M1A1
  • D29 Howitzer, 8-inch, M2. on Carriage M1. (M115 howitzer)
  • D30 Gun, 155-mm, M1918MI. on Carriage M3
  • D31 Howitzer, 240-mm, M1. on Carriage M1 (240 mm howitzer M1
    240 mm howitzer M1
    The 240 mm howitzer M1, popularly nicknamed the "Black Dragon", was a towed howitzer used by the United States Army. The 240 mm M1 was designed to replace the World War I era 240 mm Howitzer M1918 which was based on a 1911 French design and was outdated by World War II.The project to replace...

  • D32 Gun, 120-mm, M1. on mount M1 120 mm M1 gun
    120 mm M1 gun
    The 120 mm Gun M1 was the United States Army's standard super-heavy anti-aircraft gun, complementing the smaller and more mobile 90 mm M3 in service. Its maximum altitude was about , which garnered it the nickname the stratosphere gun. The 120 served primarily in U.S. defensive roles, although...

  • D33 Gun 8-inch, M1. on Carriage M2 (8 inch Gun M1
    8 inch Gun M1
    The 8 inch Gun M-1 was a 203 mm towed heavy gun developed in the United States. It was used by the US Army and the British Army in World War II.-Development:...

  • D34 Gun 90-mm, M1. and mount gun antiaircraft T2E1
  • D35 Howitzer, 240-mm, M1918MI, and M1918MIA1. on Carriage M1918A2
  • D36 Gun, 155-mm, M1918MI. on mount M4
  • D37 Gun, 90-mm, M1. on mount M3 (90 mm Gun M1/M2/M3)
  • D38 Gun, 90-mm, M2. on AA mount M2
  • D39 Gun, 90-mm, M3. on mount M67
  • D40 Gun, 90-mm, T8. on Carriage T5E2
  • D41 Gun, 75-mm, M25, Subcaliber device.
  • D42 Gun, subcaliber, 37-mm, M14
  • D43
  • D44
  • D45
  • D46 Exerciser, recoil mechanism, M1
  • D47 Mount,gun, combination, M73. for M46 & M46A1 tanks (M46 Patton
    M46 Patton
    The M46 was a medium tank that was designed in the United States. It was the first tank to be named after General George S. Patton, commander of the U.S...

  • D48 Gun automatic, 75-mm T83E6,and E7. recoil mechanism, and loader ramer. (Skysweeper
    Skysweeper was an anti-aircraft gun deployed in the early 1950s by both the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force...

  • D49 service parts, gun 155-mm, T80, howitzer 8-inch, T89, and mounts
  • D50 Mount, howitzer, 155-mm, M80. (T167)
  • D51
  • D52 Gun, 90-mm, M36, (T119E1). (M47 Patton
    M47 Patton
    The M47 Patton is an American medium tank, the second tank to be named after General George S. Patton, commander of the U.S. Third Army during World War II and one of the earliest American advocates of tanks in battle. It was a further development of the M46 Patton tank.-History:The M47 was the U.S...

  • D53 Gun, 120-mm, T123E1, combination mount T154
  • D54 Mount, gun, combination, M78, 90-mm.
  • D55 Gun, 90-mm, T133, and carriage,T71
  • D56 Gun, 165-mm, T156, (formerly gun demolition, 6.5-inch, British Mk. I.) (M728 Combat Engineer Vehicle
    M728 Combat Engineer Vehicle
    The M728 Combat Engineer Vehicle is a military engineering vehicle based on an M60A1 Patton main battle tank chassis with a hydraulically operated dozer blade mounted on the front effectively functioning as an armored bulldozer, plus an A-frame crane boom hinged on either side of the turret and a...

  • D57 Gun, 280-mm, T131, and carriage T72. (M65 Atomic Cannon
    M65 Atomic Cannon
    The M65 Atomic Cannon, often called Atomic Annie, was a towed artillery piece built by the United States and capable of firing a nuclear device. It was developed in the early 1950s, at the beginning of the Cold War, and fielded by 1953 in Europe and Korea....

  • D58 Gun, 90-mm, M41, T139 (M48 Patton
    M48 Patton
    The M48 Patton is a medium tank that was designed in the United States. It was the third and final tank to be officially named after General George S. Patton, commander of the U.S. Third Army during World War II and one of the earliest American advocates for the use of tanks in battle It was a...

  • D59 Gun, 90-mm, T125
  • D60 Mount Gun combination, T148
  • D61 Mount Gun combination, (7964488)
  • D62 Mount Gun combination, T139
  • D63 Howitzer, 155-mm, M45, T186E1. (M44 Self Propelled Howitzer)
  • D64 Gun, 175-mm, T145
  • D65 launcher, rocket, 762-mm, truck mounted, M289, Honest John, Launcher, rocket, self propelled, T135
  • D66 Trailer, 762-mm rocket, M329, and heating and tiedown kit M46. Honest John,
  • D67 Gun 175-mm, T181.
  • D68 Mount 175-mm, T158
  • D69
  • D70

Group "E" Material

Artillery on Barbette
A barbette is a protective circular armour feature around a cannon or heavy artillery gun. The name comes from the French phrase en barbette referring to the practice of firing a field gun over a parapet rather than through an opening . The former gives better angles of fire but less protection...

, and railway Carriages
  • E1 Major items of railway and permanent and semi-permanent artillery
  • E2 Gun, 3-inch, M1903. Barbette Carriage M1903
  • E3 Guns, 5" - All models - Parts and equipment
  • E4 Gun, 6-inch, M1900. on Barbette Carriage M1900
  • E5 Guns, 7" - All models - Parts and equipment
  • E6 Gun, 8-inch, M1888MIA1. on Barbette Carriage M1918 on railway Carriage M1918MI (8-inch M1888
    8-inch M1888
    The 8-inch Gun M1888MIA1 Barbette carriage M1918 on railway car M1918MI was a U.S. Army coast artillery gun, used during World War I, and World War II.-History:...

  • E7 Guns, 10" - all models - Parts and equipment
  • E8 Gun, 12-inch, M1895MIA2. on Barbette Carriage M1917. (12-inch M1895)
  • E9 Gun, 14-inch, M1920MII, MK. IV MI. and M1920MI. on Railway mount M1920. (14-inch M1920 railway gun
    14-inch M1920 railway gun
    The 14-inch M1920 railway gun was the last large caliber railway gun to be deployed by the U.S. Army. It was an upgrade of the Navy 14"/50 caliber railway gun.- History :...

  • E10 Gun, 16-inch, M1919MII, and M1919MIII. on Barbette Carriage M1919 (16"/50 caliber M1919 gun)
  • E11 Gun and mount, saluting, 3", W.T. - Parts and equipment
  • E12 Howitzer, 16", M1920 - Parts and equipment
  • E13 Mortars, 12" - All models, Parts and equipment (Coast defense mortar)
  • E14 Carriage, altered gun lift - Parts and equipment
  • E15 Gun, 3-inch, M1903. Barbette Carriage M1903
  • E16 Gun, 6-inch, M1900. on Barbette Carriage M1900
  • E17 Gun, 8-inch, M1888MIA1. on Barbette Carriage M1918 on railway Carriage M1918MI
  • E18 Carriages, barbette, 10" -all models - Parts and equipment
  • E19 Gun, 12-inch, M1895MIA2. on Barbette Carriage M1917
  • E20 Gun, 16-inch MK.II, M1. on Barbette Carriages M1919M1, M2, and M3
  • E21 Carriages, disappearing, 6" - all models - Parts and equipment
  • E22 Carriages, disappearing, 8" L.F. - all models
  • E23 Carriages, disappearing, 10", A.R.F. - all models - Parts and equipment
  • E24 Carriages, disappearing, 10", L.F. - all models - Parts and equipment
  • E25 Carriages, disappearing, 12", L.F. - all models - Parts and equipment
  • E26 Carriages, disappearing, 14", L.F. - all models - Parts and equipment
  • E27 Carriages, disappearing, 16", L.F. - all models - Parts and equipment
  • E28 Howitzer 16-inch, M1920. on Barbette Carriage M1920
  • E29 Carriages, mortar, 12" - all models - Parts and equipment
  • E30 Mount, pedestal, gun, 75mm, M1 - all models - Parts and equipment
  • E31 Mount, railway, 7", Mk.II Mod. 3, Navy - Parts and equipment
  • E32 Mount, railway, 12", M1918 - Parts and equipment
  • E33 Gun, 14-inch, M1920MII, MK. IV MI. and M1920MI. on Railway mount M1920
  • E34 Gun, 8-inch, MK. VI MOD. 3A2. Railway mount M1A1. (8 inch Mk. VI railway gun
    8 inch Mk. VI railway gun
    The 8-inch Gun Mk. VI, mod 3A2, on railway mount M1A1 was a World War II version of the earlier M1888 gun. and was used to support coast artillery fortifications.-History:...

  • E35 Mount, railway, sliding, 12" M1918 - Parts and equipment
  • E36 Mounts, railway, 14" Navy - all models - Parts and equipment
  • E37 Turret, 14", M1909 - Parts and equipment (Fort Drum (El Fraile Island)
    Fort Drum (El Fraile Island)
    Fort Drum , also known as the “concrete battleship,” is a heavily fortified island fortress situated at the mouth of Manila Bay in the Philippines, due south of Corregidor Island. It was occupied by the Japanese in World War II, and was recaptured by the U.S...

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  • E38 Cars, ammunition - all types - Parts and equipment
  • E39 Car, construction, 14" Navy - Parts and equipment
  • E40 Car, crane, 14" Navy - Parts and equipment
  • E41 Cars, fire control - all models - Parts and equipment
  • E42 Car, ground platform, M1918 (for 12" gun railway mount, M1918 - Parts and equipment
  • E43
  • E44 Cars, railway - all models - Parts and equipment
  • E45 Car, repair, M1918 - Parts and equipment
  • E46 Car, sand and log, 14" Navy - Parts and equipment
  • E47 Cars, shell and gun transport, narrow gauge - all types - Parts and equipment
  • E48
  • E49
  • E50 Items common to 2 or more Group E materiel
  • E51 Gun subcaliber, 75-mm, M12, sec. 6
  • E52 Items not authorized for general issue
  • E53 Car, Railway Machine shop, M1
  • E54 Gun, 6-inch, M1903A2, and M1905A2. 0n Carriage Barbette, M1, and M2
  • E55 Gun 8-inch, MK. VI, MOD. 3A2. on Barbette Carriage M1
  • E56
  • E57
  • E58 Gun, 16-inch, MK. II M1. on Barbette Carriages M4, and M5
  • E59 Gun, 6-inch T2. on Barbette Carriages M3, and M4
  • E60
  • E61 Power plant, M1 (for 16-inch gun batteries)
  • E62 Power plant, M2 (for 12-inch gun batteries)
  • E63 Power plant, M3 (for 8-inch gun batteries)
  • E64 power plant, M4 (for 6-inch gun batteries)

Group "F" Material

Fire control, and sighting material

Group "G" Material

Tank and Automotive.

Group "H" Material

  • H1 Standard Hardware
  • H2 Miscellaneous hardware
  • H3 Straps, leather findings, and piece leather.
  • H4 Electrical fittings
  • H5 Electrical Piece Material
  • H6 Pipe and Hose Fittings
  • H7 Pipe, Tubing, and Hose
  • H8 Chains, locks, hasps, hinges.
  • H9 Miscellaneous Piece Material (wire, rope, thread, duck, glass, etc.)
  • H10 Ferrous Metals
  • H11 Nonferrous Metals
  • H12 Antifriction bearings, and related items
  • H13 Oil Seals
  • H14 Tires, Tubes, Tire Repair Material, and Related Items
  • H15 Batteries
  • H16 Lubricating Fittings, Oil Filters, and Oil Filter Elements
  • H17 Brake Lining Kits, Curtains, Paulins, "V" Belts, and Miscellaneous Material
  • H18
  • H19
  • H20 Miscellaneous Hardware, Wiring, and Assembling Kits

Group "J" Material

Common Tools
  • J1 Abrasion, and compression tools. (general abrasives, hand grinders, hand presses, sharpening stones, etc.)
  • J2 Cutting, boring, and tweezer tools. (saws, shears, planes, files, rasps, chisels, bits, reamers (hand), pliers, pincers, etc.)
  • J3 Geometrical tools and instruments.
  • J4 Punch, drift, fastening, and scraping tools. (awls, needles, punches, drifts, screwdrivers, wrenches, scrapers, riveters, (hand sets), etc.)
  • J5 lifting, holding, forming tools. (bit braces, saw frames, vises, clamps, hoists, block and tackle, molds for castings, anvils, jacks, and slings.)
  • J6 Percussion, digging, and wrecking tools. (hammers, mallets, mauls, sledges, axes, hatchets, picks, mattocks, shovels, crowbars, pinch bars, etc.)
  • J7 Welding, forging, soldering, and brazing equipment. (blow-torches, soldering coppers, melting ladles, and welding outfits).
  • J8 Hand tool appurtenances. (file cleaners, handles, heads, tool checks, tool racks, etc.)
  • J9 Measuring, and testing instruments. (electrical, air, liquid, etc.)
  • J10 Small tools. (twist drills, countersinks, counterbores, cutting-off tool cutters, cutters etc.),(at least 9 sections)
  • J11 Ammunition renovating tools.
  • J12 Tools, Maintenance, for repair of group B materiel
  • J13 Special tool sets for field artillery, and combat vehicle weapons
  • J14 Paint, spraying equipment, and related items.
  • J15 Benches, tool boxes, cabinets, bins, tool chests, tool rolls, etc. of general application.
  • J16 Tire repair, and maintenance tools, and equipment. (J-16 contains at least 65 sections)
  • J17 Common hand tools
  • J18 special tools for special weapons
  • J19 special tools for guided missiles
  • J20 miscellaneous kits, and tool sets
  • J21 Tool Set, Special, Explosive Ordnance Disposal Squad
  • J22 special tools for sighting and fire control material, used with small?
  • J23 special cannon bore inspection equipment
  • J24 special tools for large caliber free flight rocket material. (group D)
  • J25 tool set special, organizational maintenance, missile repair, Corporal XSSM-A-17.
  • J26
  • J27
  • J28 Special Tool Sets, for special weapons,(group D)
  • J29 Special Tool Sets, for guided missiles (group Y)
    • S1. Special Tool Sets, for Corporal guided missile materiel
    • S2. Special Tool Sets, for Nike guided missile materiel
  • J30
  • J31
  • J32 Special Tool Sets for Sighting & Fire Control Materiel Used with Small Arms, Automatic Guns, Mortars, & Field Artillery
  • J33 Tool Set, Field, Special, Ordnance Ballistic & Technical Service Team & Cannon Bore Inspection Equipment
  • J34 Special Tool Sets for Large Caliber Free Flight Rocket Materiel
  • (NOTE- after J-34 tools are listed individually, and number into the 700's)

Group "K" Material

Fluids, Gases, expendables
  • K1 Cleaning, preserving, and lubricating materials, recoil fluids, special oils, and miscellaneous items.
  • K2 Solduring, brazing, and welding materials, gases, and related equipment
  • K3 Lubricating equipment, accessories and related dispensers.
  • K4 Oil filter elements

Group "L" Material

Target Material
  • L1 Targets, and Target equipment. small arms.
  • L2 Major items of Group L.
  • L3 Targets and target material, fixed armament, parts and equipment.
  • L4 M3 field artillery trainer, (fires 1-inch steel balls. via compressed air).
  • L5 Skeet and trap shooting equipment
  • L6 discharger, smoke puff, parts and equipment
  • L7
  • L8
  • L9 Target, fast moving ground, M2, parts and equipment.
  • L10 projector target, rocket, M1
  • L11
  • L12 Board terrain, M1
  • L13 Kit Training, Gunnery, M36.
  • L14 target seacoast, M18
  • L15 Target tow, Mk.22 A6B, and A7

Group "M" Material

  • M1 Electrical apparatus units and parts
  • M2 Unassigned (1944 ORD2)
  • M3 Miscellaneous accessory units and parts
  • M4 Unassigned (1944 ORD2)
  • M5 Component parts common to two or more groups.
  • M6 Unassigned (1944 ORD2)
  • M7 Unassigned (1944 ORD2)
  • M8 Miscelllaneous Chests, Kits, Racks, and tool rolls, cleaning materials, and small stores. (without contents)
  • M9 Miscellaneous ordinance motor vehicle units and parts.
  • M10 Unassigned (1944 ORD2)

Group "N" Material

Tool sets
  • N1 Maneuvering material and supplies.
  • N2
  • N3
  • N4
  • N5
  • N6
  • N7 Ordnance medium tank company.
  • N8 Tools and supplies for ordinance light maintenance company.
  • N9 Measuring, impression, testing, and reconditioning outfits.
  • N10 Surveillance, demolition, testing, equipment.
  • N11 General tools and supplies, ordnance depot company
  • N12 General tools and supplies, ordnance ammunition company
  • N13
  • N14
  • N16
  • N17 General tools, and supplies, for ordnance ammunition company.
  • N18 Tool set, armorers, tank destroyer battalion.
  • N19 Tool sets, motor transport Basic.
  • N20 Tool set Armorers, field artillery Bn.
  • N21 Ordnance maintenance sets.
  • N22
  • N23 Tool-set, unit equipment, special for posts camps, and stations.
  • N24
  • N25
  • N30 Tool-sets, for ordnance service command automotive shops.

Group "P" Material

Ammunition for heavy artillery
  • P1 Projectiles, separate loading, 6-inch to 240-mm inclusive
  • P2 Charges, propelling, separate loading, 6-inch to 240-mm inclusive for harbor defense, heavy field, and railway artillery.
  • P3 Projectiles, separate loading, 10-inch to 16-inch inclusive, for harbor defense, heavy field, and railway artillery. including complete round data.
  • P4 Charges, propelling, separate loading, 10-inch to 16-inch inclusive, for harbor defense, heavy field, and railway artillery.
  • P5 Ammunition for antiaircraft artillery
  • P6 Ammunition, fixed, including subcaliber ammunition, for harbor defense, heavy field, and railway artillery
  • P7 Fuzes, Primers, Blank ammunition, and miscellaneous items for antiaircraft, harbor defense, heavy field, and railway artillery
  • P8 Ammunition instruction material, for antiaircraft, harbor defense, heavy field, and railway artillery
  • P9 Ammunition, obsolete and nonstandard for harbor defense, heavy field and railway artillery.
  • P10 Packing materials used by field service for antiaircraft, harbor defense, heavy field, and railway artillery service ammunition
  • P11 Special Ammunition Surveillance, Testing, Inspection, and Renovation: Tools and Supplies

Group "R" Material

Ammunition for pack, light, and medium field artillery
  • R1 Ammunition, fixed and semifixed, all types, including subcaliber for pack, light, and medium field artillery including complete round
  • R2 Projectiles, and propelling charges, separate loading, for medium field artillery including complete round data.
  • R3 Service fuzes and primers for pack, light, and medium field artillery
  • R4 Ammunition, trench mortar, including fuzes, propelling charges and other components
  • R5 Ammunition, blank, for Pack, Light, and Medium field artillery
  • R6 Ammunition instruction material for pack, light, and medium field artillery
  • R7 Land Mines and Fuzes, Demolition Material, and Ammunition for Simulated Artillery and Grenade Fire
  • R8 Ammunition complete and nonstandard
  • R9
  • R10 Packing materials used by field service

Group "S" Material

Bombs, Grenades, Pyrotechnics
  • S1 Bombs, aircraft, all types
  • S2 Fuzes and miscellaneous explosive components for aircraft bombs
  • S3 Fin assemblies, and miscellaneous inert components for aircraft bombs
  • S4 Grenades, hand and rifle, and fuzing components
  • S5 Pyrotechnics, military, all types
  • S6 Ammunition instruction material for grenades, pyrotechnics, and aircraft bombs
  • S7 Guided missile complete rounds, all types
  • S8 Guided missile explosive components, all types
  • S9 Rockets all types
  • S10 Obsolete and nonstandard bombs, grenades, pyrotechnics, and rockets.
  • S11 Materials for renovating and packaging of Group S ammunition and miscellaneous items

Group "T" Material

Small arms ammunition
  • T1 Ammunition, Rifle, Carbine, and Automatic gun.
  • T2 Ammunition, revolver, automatic pistol, submachine gun.
  • T3 Shells, shotgun
  • T4 Miscellaneous service components of small arms ammunition, and instruction material for field service account
  • T5 shipping and packaging containers, and Materials, including such items as Bandoleers, Belts, Clips, Links, and ends for small arms ammunition.
  • T6 Ammunition, small arms, obsolete, and nonstandard.

Group "Y" Material

Guided Missiles, Guidance and control, launching, transporting, and Handling material. (as well as radio-controlled aerial targets)
  • Y1 S-1 Major items, and major combinations pertaining to guided missile material
  • Y1 S-2 Major items, and major combinations pertaining to aerial target material
  • Y2 Body, guided missile, M2
  • Y3 Missile guided, Corporal, XSSM-A-17. (MGM-5 Corporal
    MGM-5 Corporal
    The MGM-5 Corporal missile was the first guided weapon authorized by the United States to carry a nuclear warhead.The first nuclear-authorized unguided rocket was the MGR-1 Honest John...

  • Y4
  • Y5 Launcher loader, guided missile, M26. and rack M5. (Nike (rocket))
  • Y6 Launcher control station M307. and launching central control, M3
  • Y7 Control indicator, CO-1448/MSE-2
  • Y8 Simulator group, OA-758/MSE-2
  • Y9 Rack battery charging M6. (Nike Ajax)
  • Y10 motor generator set, 400-cycle, (8003148)
  • Y11 Truck bracket hand, jato, M254, and missile M256. (Nike Ajax)
  • Y12 Truck bracket hand, guidance section, M255. (Nike Ajax)
  • Y13 Rail launching, and handling, XM1
  • Y14 Truck lift hand, missile, M257. (Nike Ajax)
  • Y15 shop set, assembly, and test. (special)
  • Y16 Carriage missile handling, XM28
  • Y17 Servicer, acid M2, and fuel M3, guided missile
  • Y18 test set launching area, portable electrical equipment, XM20
  • Y19 test set, electrical equipment, guided missile, XM22
  • Y20 tester missile hydraulic, XM14
  • Y21 Draining kit, oxidizer, guided missile, M53
  • Y22 Cable system fire control, M26, and launching M27
  • Y23
  • Y24
  • Y25
  • Y26 Tracking Station Group OS-1595/MPA-5;Missile Tracking Antenna-Receiver-Transmitter Group OA-1485/MPA; and Target Tracking Antenna-Receiver-Transmitter Group OA-1488/MPA: Addition of Waveguide Switch and Dummy Load (Nike Hercules Antiaircraft Guided Missile System) (U)
  • Y27
  • Y28 Director-Computer Group OA-1479/MSA-19: Burst Time Change (Nike Hercules Anti-Aircraft Guided Missile System) (U)
  • Y29
  • Y30
  • Y31
  • Y32 Target aerial, OQ-19B, and OQ-19D (Quail)
  • Y33 Launcher, rotary, aerial target, A-2
  • Y34 Catapult, aerial target, rocket powered, A-7
  • Y35 Starter, external electric, J-5
  • Y36 Cart universal starter, model RPES-3A
  • Y37 Test box equipment, aerial target
  • Y38 stand universal, model HS-2, and cradle target handling
  • Y39 Tracking Station Group OA-1595/MPA-5: Bore-sight Drift Reduction, Gain Control Increase, and System Reliability Improvement (Nike-Hercules Antiaircraft Guided Missile System)
  • Y40
  • Y41
  • Y42
  • Y43
  • Y44
  • Y45
  • Y46
  • Y47
  • Y48
  • Y49 Draining kit, fuel ,guided missile, M54
  • Y50 Radar set group, semitrailer mounted, OA-652/MPO-25. (Corporal II)
  • Y51 Computer group, guided missile, trailer mounted, AN/MSA-6. (Corporal II)
  • Y52 Radio set, AN/MRQ-7, (Corporal II)
  • Y53 Control center, missile battery, AN/GTW-1. (Corporal II)
  • Y54 Selector, launcher control, AN/GSW-3. (Corporal II)
  • Y55 Firing station, guided missile, truck mounted, AN/MSM-1. (Corporal II)
  • Y56 Missile test station, truck mounted, AN/MSM-4. (Corporal II)
  • Y57
  • Y58 Antenna group, trailer mounted, OA-651/MPQ-25. (Corporal II)
  • Y59 Tracker optical, M3, (Corporal II)
  • Y60 Interconnecting group, cable, OA-771/G. (Corporal II)
  • Y61 Erector, guided missile, self propelled M2. (Corporal II)
  • Y62 Trailer, warhead, guided missile, 4-wheel, M311. (Corporal II)
  • Y63 Air servicer, truck mounted, 5-ton 6x6, M350. (Corporal II)
  • Y64 Truck propellent servicing, 5-ton, 6x6, M268E1, (Corporal II)
  • Y65 Tank, acid, premetered, M1. (Corporal II)
  • Y66 Tank, Aniline
    Aniline, phenylamine or aminobenzene is an organic compound with the formula C6H5NH2. Consisting of a phenyl group attached to an amino group, aniline is the prototypical aromatic amine. Being a precursor to many industrial chemicals, its main use is in the manufacture of precursors to polyurethane...

    , premetered, M2. (Corporal II)
  • Y67 Servicing platform, truck mounted, 5-ton, 6x6, M280E1. (Corporal II)
  • Y68 Launcher, guided missile, M27. (Corporal II)
  • Y69 Rack set, guided missile, M16, (Corporal II)
  • Y70 Control selector, type-C-1267/URW-6
  • Y71 Semitrailer, van, tracking station, M323. (Corporal II)
  • Y72
  • Y73
  • Y74
  • Y75
  • Y76
  • Y77
  • Y78
  • Y79
  • Y80
  • Y92 Group Y Field and Depot Maintenance Allowance for Radar Course Directing Central Common Items List Consisting of: Antenna and Mast Group; Antenna-Receiver-Transmitter Group, Acquisition; Antenna-Receiver-Transmitter Group, Missile Tracking; Antenna-Receiver-Transmitter Group, Target Tracking; Director-Computer Group; Electronic Shop, Trailer Mounted, M304; Tracking Station Group; Test Set, Radar TS-847A/MSW-1 (Nike-Hercules Antiaircraft Guided Missile System)
  • Y100 Field change kits for surface-to-surface guided missile systems
  • Y101 Field change kits for surface-to-air guided missile systems

Group "Z" material

Captured Foreign material
  • Z1 Major items and major combinations of German material
  • Z2 Major items and major combinations of Japanese material
  • Z3 German ammunition all types
  • Z4 Japanese ammunition all types

See also

  • NATO Stock Number
    NATO Stock Number
    A NATO Stock Number, or National Stock Number as it is known in the US, is a 13-digit numeric code, identifying all the 'standardized material items of supply' as they have been recognized by all NATO countries including United States Department of Defense...

  • United States Military Standard
  • List of individual weapons of the U.S. armed forces
  • List of World War II weapons of the United States
  • List of World War II artillery
  • Rock Island Arsenal
    Rock Island Arsenal
    The Rock Island Arsenal comprises , located on Arsenal Island, originally known as Rock Island, on the Mississippi River between the cities of Davenport, Iowa, and Rock Island, Illinois. It lies within the state of Illinois. The island was originally established as a government site in 1816, with...

  • PS, The Preventive Maintenance Monthly
    PS, The Preventive Maintenance Monthly
    PS, The Preventive Maintenance Monthly is a monthly United States Army magazine published since June 1951 to illustrate proper preventive maintenance methods with comic book-style art...

  • Table of Organization and Equipment
    Table of Organization and Equipment
    A table of organization and equipment is a document published by the U.S. Department of Defense which prescribes the organization, staffing, and equippage of units. Also used in acronyms as 'T/O' and 'T/E'....

  • United States Army Ordnance Museum
    United States Army Ordnance Museum
    The U.S. Army Ordnance Museum is a museum that is in the process of being re-located to Fort Lee, in Fort Lee, Virginia. Its previous building—at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Aberdeen, Maryland—was closed in September 2010, although many outdoor exhibits are still accessible to the...

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