(MTIS) since stock points carry material in stores
account. The MTIS exists to take ready-for-issue (RFI)
items and return them to stock points to meet other Navy
requirements. Each transaction must have the supply
officers approval, and it is entered in the expenditure
record. The MTIS does not include turn-in to DRMO
and turn-in of not-ready-for-issue (NRFI) depot-level
repairable. The MTIS is primarily for return of excess
RFI material to stock. Also, you can use MTIS for
returning erroneous issues by the stock point. For
planning purposes, coordinate with the stock point in
advance when returning turn-ins.
Credits for material turned in goes to the type
commander allotment. The credit is given, as shown by
the fund code, on the document according to the
inventor y managers authorized stocking levels. There
is no credit given for appropriation purchase account
(APA) items and unidentified material. Material turned
into MTIS with an extended dollar value of or less
does not get credit.
Turn in classified material according to Department
of the Navy Information and Personnel Security
Program, OPNAVINST 5510.1. Personnel handling
classified material must have a clearance level equal to
or above the material handled. Top Secret and Secret
material must have a continuous and unbroken chain of
receipts. Get signature receipt on the original copy of
DD Form 1348-1. The originating activity retains this
copy in the expenditure invoice file. When mailing or
shipping classified material, follow the procedures in
OPNAVINST 5510.1, chapter 15. In such cases, stamp
or mark the 5th or 6th copy of the DD Form 1348-1
CONSIGNEE SIGN AND RETURN THIS COPY.
Upon receipt of the signed copy, tile it with the original
in the expenditure invoice file.
MANDATORY TURN-IN REPAIRABLE
Turn in excess ready-for-issue repairable items to
the nearest stock point at the earliest opportunity. If all
possible, ship them in the original container. If the
original container is not available, pack them properly
to prevent damage during handling and transit. The
items must have the required labels, tags, record cards,
and logbook when applicable.
Unless otherwise required, use DD Form 1348-1 to
document turn-in of ready-for-issue material. Prepare
the DD Form 1348-1 by record positions (rp) or blocks,
as shown below.
In (rp) 8-22, enter the NSN (including SMIC) or
In (rp) 23-24, enter the unit of issue assigned to the
In (rp) 25-29, enter the turn-in quantity. (Unless
authorized, turn-in AVDLR item one each per
In (rp) 30-43, enter the document number from the
expenditure log (rp 40-43).
In (rp) 52-53, enter the assigned fund code.
In (rp) 55-56, enter the cognizance symbol for the
In (rp) 72, enter C if requesting credit.
In (rp) 74-80, enter the current price listed in record.
In the remarks block enter the phrase MTIS Credit
(enter specific TYCOM) as appropriate, if record
position 72 has a C.
In block A, enter the activity service designator,
UIC, name, and hull number.
In block B, enter the service designator, UIC, and
name of the activity to receive the material.
In block E, enter the extended money value of the
material. Do this by multiplying the quantity by unit
In block N, enter the security code if applicable.
Leave this block blank if material is unclassified. If
material is classified, put all the consignees copy of DD
Form 1348-1 inside the container. The documentation
for large items may remain outside provided there is a
continuous chain of receipts up to the final destination.
In block P, enter the proper Condition code, In this
case, use A for RFI material.
In blocks X-Y, enter the noun name of the item.
Enter the CAGE code and part number if the item have
In block AA, enter the words CREDIT
REQUESTED. This only applies when turn-in
material qualifies for credit.
In block FF, enter the words Approved for