Figure 4-1.-MILSTRIP Requisition, DD Form 1348.
DD Form 1348
You can use the DD Form 1348 as a requisition,
follow-up, modifier, or cancellation request. You may
also use it as a request for tracer action on overdue parcel
post shipments sent by insured, registered, or certified
mail. The form is available in two-, four-, and six-part
sets. All copies are the same except that the original copy
does not provide for unit or total price data.
The two-part form consists of two hard cards with
carbon between them. The two-part form is not for
requisitioning by afloat activities. However, you may
use it for requisition follow-up, modifier, and
cancellation requests. You can also use it for tracer
requests on overdue parcel post shipments sent by
insured, registered, or certified mail.
The four-part form consists of two hard cards and
two paper copies with carbon between them. The
four-part form is for requisitioning from shore activities
and ships not requiring the six-part set.
The six-part form consists of two hard cards and
four paper copies with carbon between them. The
six-part form is for requisitioning from nonautomated
ships and from automated activities that require the
Figure 4-1 is an example of a manually prepared
requisition on a DD 1348.
You should make the data entries on DD 1348
according to MILSTRIP. The following paragraphs
describe the data entries.
Data Block A (Send to) is for entering the Service
Designator code, Unit Identification Code (UIC), name,
and location of the activity to which the requisition is to
be submitted. If you submit the requisition to a ship,
enter the service designator code, UIC, and hull number.
Refer to the Navy Comptroller Manual, NAVSO
P-1 000-25, volume 2, chapter 5, for a listing of Unit
Data Block B (Requisition is from) is for entering
the identification of the requisitioner. This information
includes the Service Designator code, UIC, name, and
hull number (if applicable).