Quantcast Relative Value for Controlled Medical Substances

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MIL-HDBK-1013/12
Table D-6
Relative Asset Value Table Applicability
Asset Category
Applicable
Table
A
Table D-7
B
Controlled medical substances and other
Table D-8
medically sensitive items
Table D-9
C
Communications/electronics; test,
measurement, and diagnostic equipment;
night vision devices; and other high-
value precision equipment and tool kits
Table D-9
D
Organizational clothing and individual
equipment stored at central issue
facilities
E
Subsistence items at commissaries,
Table D-9
commissary warehouses, and troop issue
subsistence facilities
F
Repair parts at installation level supply
Table D-9
activities and direct support units with
authorized stockage lists
G
Facilities engineering supplies and
Table D-9
construction material
H
Audiovisual equipment, training devices,
Table D-9
and subcaliber devices
I
Miscellaneous pilferable assets not
Table D-9
included above and money
J
Mission-critical or high risk personnel
Table D-10
K
General military/civilian population
Table D-10
L
Industrial and utility equipment
Table D-9
M
Controlled cryptographic items
Table D-2
N
Sensitive information
Table D-2
Table D-7
Relative Value for AA&E
Asset Category
Value Rating Factor
Uncategorized
1
Category IV/Low
2
Category III/Medium
3
Category II/High
4
Category I/Very High
5
D-2.4.6.2 Relative Value for Controlled Medical Substances and
Other Medically Sensitive Items.  Relative value for these assets
is measured by their Drug Enforcement Agency designations, their
designation as sensitive items, and whether they are stored in a
pharmacy, ward, or clinic; research, development, test, and
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