unit identification code


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unit identification code

A six-character, alphanumeric code that uniquely identifies each Active, Reserve, and National Guard unit of the Armed Forces. Also called UIC.
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The HHT is used to view and perform the actual inventory, to include adding items not already on the inventory list, scanning items not owned by the unit (data are tracked by the unit identification code [UIC]), manually entering or flagging items that cannot be scanned, and flagging items that need their barcode labels reprinted.
Likewise, different alphanumeric codes are used within DOD to identify units; the unit identification code (UIC) is the primary one.
The Training Tracker allows a command sergeant major or a first sergeant to view the training records of Soldiers assigned to his unit identification code (UIC), (The UIC is a six-character code that identifies each Army unit.
A unit's DODAAC should be as permanent as its unit identification code or derivative unit identification code.
But it's also important that those of you responsible for filling out the 2408-4 update your unit identification code (UIC) access list on AEPS when you change units or deploy.
The CHL can type in the unit identification code and view all authorized UALs for his unit.