Label, attached. The DD Form 1387-2 label contains
abbreviated shipping data, a description of the
hazardous item, and special handling instructions.
The receiving and transhipping activities will be
notified in advance about shipments of classified
material moving other than by postal service. The
assigned classification codes will be given on advance
shipping notice and movement documents. In DD Form
1348-1, the classification code is in block N. Only
designated personnel will handle classified material. All
classified material will be located in a designated
security storage area until receipt of disposition
instruction. Personnel handling classified material must
have the required degree of security clearance.
Material for Direct Turnover
The document serial number other than 0000
through 1999 identifies material for direct turnover
(DTO) to customer. Serial numbers beginning with G or
W indicate NMCS/PMCS/CASREP and require
immediate action. The UIC on the document is the
activitys own. The UIC of embarked squadrons and
units should also be considered for DTO processing.
When materials received have G series documents,
contact aviation stores (S-6) division for pickup.
Contact stock control (S-1) division for W series
If the shipping document contains a security code,
place the material under lock and key untiI the ordering
department picks up the material. The security code
occupies block N of DD Form 1348-1 and the lower left
corner of IRRD. Use the procedures for processing
repairable for items identified with material control
codes (MCC) D, E, G, H, Q, or X in record position 73.
Hazardous material should be turned over to personnel
appointed by the ordering department.
Material Without Identification Labels
In some cases, you may receive material that does
not have labels or paperwork. You should try to identify
it by CAGE and part number, description, and other
identifying marks or qualities. Use a dummy receipt to
process identified material. When all research methods
fail to identify the material, follow the procedures in the
If material is a consumable, stage the item for
turn-in ashore. Seek technical assistance from probable
users if material is a repair part. Contact the aviation
stores division if material is aviation repairable.
Stage unidentified material for turn-in to the nearest
naval activity ashore.
Material Returned to Supply
A document must accompany each turn-in
transaction. The receiving personnel will inspect it for
quantity. Material turned into supply by nonsupported
units must be taken up in stock. If the material is excess
to stock requirements, offload material to an activity
ashore at the earliest opportunity.
Material that cannot be identified by the end-user
requires additional technical research. Process material
into stock when it is properly identified. Process
material for turn-in ashore if research methods failed to
identify the item.
Processing of repairable items depends on the
condition of the material. Repairable items may be in a
ready-for-issue (RFI) or not-ready-for-issue (NRFI)
condition. RFI material turned in by a nonsupported unit
may be shipped to the nearest supply activity, or it may
be placed in stock to fill an allowance deficiency. RFI
material turned in by the supported unit will be delivered
to the storeroom for further processing. Process NRFI
repairable through AIMD for repair. If the item is
beyond the repair capability of AIMD, stage the NRFI
repairable for shipment to the transshipping activity.
Materials returned to supply that were previously
reported as missing or stolen, on DD Form 200, will
have the transaction reversed.
SEPARATING MATERIAL RECEIPTS
After learning the disposition of material, forward
it to either a storage location or to the customer. The
method used to stage and distribute material depends
upon several factors. These factors include the space
available, location of storeroom, amount of material,
and type of material. Aboard ship, additional factors
include availability of customers representatives and
Receipts for Direct Turnover
Mark DTO material receipts with the end users
name or work center code. Place the material in the
temporary holding area reserved for the end user. Attach
a copy of the receipt document for customer signature.
Notify the ordering department immediately if material
received has high priority. Notify the ordering
department at least daily for material receipts with lower
priority. Notify stock control (S-1) or the depot-level