CONTROLLED-INVENTORY-ITEM CODE

Definition: The code that represents the security classification and/or security risk or pilferage controls for storage and transportation of a materiel-item-supply.
CONTROLLED-INVENTORY-ITEM CODE Data Values
CTLD_INV_ITM_CDCTLD_INV_ITM_TX
$This code identifies Nuclear Weapons Use Control (UC) Ground Equipment which is CIIC unclassified but may require special controls. Use Control Ground Equipment is described as recoders, verifiers, adapters, power supplies, cables, programmers, monitors, controllers, code processors, power converters, computers and data modules which perform a Nuclear Weapon Use Control Function. (unique to DTRA system only)
1Highest sensitivity: Category I, Arms, Ammunition and Explosives. (a) Category I, non-nuclear missiles and rockets in a ready to fire configuration (e.g., Redeye, Stinger, Dragon, Light Anti-Tank Weapon and Viper). This category also applies in situations where the launcher tube and the explosive rounds, though not in a "ready to fire" configuration, are jointly stored or transported. (b) Ammunition and Explosives - Category I, complete rounds for Category I Missiles and Rockets.
2Highest sensitivity: Category II, Arms, Ammunition and Explosives. (a) Arms -Category II, Arms, Light Automatic Weapons up to and including .50 caliber. (b) Ammunition - (1) Hand or rifle grenades, high explosives and white phosphorus. (2) Mines, anti-tank, and anti-personnel (unpacked weight of 50 lbs or less each). (c) Explosives - (1) Used in demolition operations (e.g., C-4, military dynamite and TNT). (2) High explosive warheads for missiles and rockets other than Category I (unpacked weight of 50 lbs or less each).
3Moderate Sensitivity: Category III, Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives. (a) Arms - (1) Launch tube and grip stock for Stinger Missile. (2) Launch tube, sight assembly, and grip stock for Hamlet and Redeye Missiles. (3) Tracker for Dragon Missiles. (5) Grenade launchers. (6) Rocket and missile launchers (unpacked weight of 100 lbs or less each). (7) Flame throwers. (8) The launcher and/or missile guidance set and/or the optical sight for the tow. (b) Ammunition - (1) Ammunition .50 caliber and larger, with explosive filled projectile (unpacked weight of 100 lbs or less, each). (2) Grenades, incendiary, and fuzes for high explosive grenades. (c) Explosives - (1) Blasting caps (2) Supplementary charges (3) Bulk Explosives (4) Detonating Cord.
4Low Sensitivity: Category IV Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives. (a) Arms - (1) Shoulder fired weapons, other than grenade launchers, not fully automatic (2) Handguns (3) Recoilless rifles up to and including 106 mm. (b) Ammunition - (1) Ammunition with non-explosive projectile(unpacked weight of 100 lbs or less each). (2) Fuzes (except for grenades, incendiary and fuzes for high explosives grenades, listed under category III (b)(2) above. (3) Grenades, illuminator, smoke and tear producing (CS/CN)1/2. (c) Chemical Stems - (1) Incendiary Destroyers (2) Riot Control Agents (100 lb Pkg. or less). (d) Ammunition for weapons in categories II through IV not otherwise categorized.
5Highest sensitivity: Category I, Missile and Rockets; Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives with a classification of Secret.
6Highest sensitivity: Category I, Missile and Rockets; Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives with a classification of Confidential.
7Items assigned a Demilitarization Code other than A, B, Q or P for which another CIIC is inappropriate. (NOTE: The loss, theft, unlawful 011 disposition, and/or recovery of an item with CIIC 7 will be investigated in accordance with DoD 4000.25-2-M and DoD 7200.14-R, Volume 12, Chapter7).
8Highest sensitivity: Category II, Missile and Rockets; Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives with a classification of Confidential.
9This code identifies an item as a Controlled Cryptographic Item (CCI). CCI is described as secure telecommunications or information handling equipment, associated cryptographic component, or other hardware item which performs a critical COMSEC function. Items so designated are unclassified but controlled, and will bear the designation "Controlled Cryptographic Item or CCI."
AConfidential - Formerly Restricted Data
BConfidential - Restricted Data
CConfidential
DConfidential - Cryptologic
ESecret - Cryptologic
FTop Secret - Cryptologic
GSecret - Formerly Restricted Data
HSecret - Restricted Data
IAircraft engine equipment and parts
JPilferage - Pilferage controls may be designated by the coding activity to items coded U (Unclassified) by recording the item to J.
KTop Secret - Formerly Restricted Data
LTop Secret - Restricted Data
MHandtools and shop equipment
NFirearms Piece Parts and Non-lethal Firearms
OItem contains naval nuclear propulsion information; disposal and access limitations are identified in NAVSEAINST C5511.32. Also, identifies UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear Weapons-Related Materiel (NWRM) requiring stringent positive inventory control in accordance with AFMAN 23-110. Store and handle in a manner that will prevent unauthorized access to this material.
PAmmunition and explosives
QA drug or other controlled substance designated as a Schedule III, IV, or V item, in accordance with the Controlled Substance Act of 1970. Other sensitive items requiring limited access storage.
RPrecious Metals, a drug or other controlled substance designated as a Schedule I or II item, in accordance with the Controlled Substance Act of 1970. Other selected sensitive items requiring storage in a vault or safe.
SSecret
TTop Secret
UUnclassified
VIndividual clothing and equipment
WA Component as defined in AFI 91-101, AIR FORCE NUCLEAR WEAPONS SECURITY PROGRAM, AND IDENTIFIED IN TECHNICAL ORDER 21M-LGM-30F-12-1, MINUTEMAN NUCLEAR SECURITY PROCEDURES FOR THE WS-133A-M/B WEAPON SYSTEM.
XPhotographic equipment and supplies
YCommunication/electronic equipment and parts
ZVehicular equipment and parts
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