MATERIEL CONDITION CODE TAGS
Materiel condition code tags available
All five materiel condition code tags—DD Forms 1577-2, 1575, 1574, 1576, and 1577—are available from Graphic Products, a trusted supplier to the U.S. government, in a UV- and chemical-resistant vinyl or DuraTag label stock. Each of the tags have been developed and tested with direct oversight and input from a NAVAIR Missile Sentencing Team Lead and Global Logistics Support.
These supplies comply with the durability requirements of MIL-STD-130 and are intended for direct application to metal, fiberglass, and composite-type containers.
DuraLabel Toro makes code tag development and printing easier than ever
Customize materiel condition code tags with templates that come pre-installed on the DuraLabel Toro industrial label printer by Graphic Products, a standard component of the Navy/Marine Corps Starter Kit (see below). The templates enable users to input custom information and print tags while saving time and ensuring compliance with operational commitments and sentencing procedures.
Numerous fleet and shore activities currently use Toro for various labeling applications. Per NAVSUP P-805, its output is compliant for ammunition identification and support of tracking procedures within the Naval Ordinance Information System (OIS).
The mobile Toro offers a host of other benefits:
• Toro was tested by the U.S. Navy’s Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) and found to be Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance (HERO) safe, meaning it can be used safely around ordnance (a safety evaluation report is available upon request)
• Toro’s label supplies are built for tough conditions, including extreme weather, oily surfaces, and areas with harsh chemicals
• Two software packages—DuraSuite label compliance software and LabelForge custom label design software—come pre-installed, enabling you to create industry code-compliant labels right out of the box
• Toro’s small, portable design enables secure, convenient printing without hooking up to a PC, network, or power outlet