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DPAS Tech Support

The Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS)is a Department of Defense (DoD) property management system. It is the Accountable Property System of Record (APSR) for over 20 DoD Agencies and Military Services. DPAS contains three modules, Property Accountability, Supply Store and Maintenance & Utilization.

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Naval Medical Logistics Command

Naval Medical Logistics Command provides and coordinate medical and dental materiel management and logistical support to DoD.

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Container Management Tools

Sample documents and instructions to assist unit personnel in establishing a Container Management Program; including Unit Container Control Officer (CCO) assignment, Army Container Asset Management System (ACAMS) access and instructions, and the Convention for Safe Container (CSC) course information to get certified as a container inspector.

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milConnect

Used to update CAC and DEERS and CTR information

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Organic Repair Module CAV-ORM

Organic Repair Module CAV-ORM is the joint Service solution for tracking repairables out for commercial repair.

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DoD Ribbon Checker

Click the boxes next to the ribbons you are currently authorized to wear, then press the button below to get a graphical representation of them. This program does not currently take into account ribbon devices, including combat V's and stars for multiple awards.

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NSCS Guide to Naval Logistics

Navy's Internet Guide to Naval Logistics will help guide you through learning about some of the key web sites which every logistician and maintenance person should know about and be using. Feel free to download the attached files as a useful reference and potential tool for training.

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Internet Guide for Naval Supply Updated May 2020 (FREE Download)

As logisticians in the US Navy and Marine Corps, it is your job to provide the best information available to your customers. When it comes to information, there is no one system which provides everything. You need to know which system works best for the job and what system to use as a backup. This book will help you get started.

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