a McMillan binder or KARDEX file. They should be
filed in alphanumeric sequence by NALC. The
Ammunition Master Stock Record Card is very
important because it provides you with a complete
history of each NALC from the day it was received.
However, the information on these cards is only as
accurate as the information entered on them. It is
extremely important that you enter data on these cards
The preparation of the Ammunition Master Stock
Record Card, NAVSUP 1296, is discussed in the
following paragraphs. An example of NAVSUP 1296 is
shown in figure 17-20.
BLOCK 1 (ENTRY DATE). Enter the five-digit
Julian date on which the transaction occurred.
BLOCK 2 (DOCUMENT NUMBER). Enter the
Service code and Unit Identification Code in block 2a
(ACTIVITY), the Julian date in block 2b (DATE), and
the serial number in block 2c (SERIAL) from the receipt
document, issue document, or outstanding requisition
document, as applicable,
BLOCK 3 (TRANSACTIONS). Enter the type of
transaction (receipt, issue, expenditure, etc.). For block
3a (TYPE), refer to NOCINST 8010.2, chapter 8,
section 5, attachment F, for the appropriate code. Block
3b indicates the quantity of transactions listed in block
BLOCK 4 (ON-HAND BALANCES). Enter the
on-hand balances for each condition on board. Block
4a will contain A condition material. Blocks 4b
through 4e will be filled in with Condition codes as
BLOCK 5 (ATR SER). Enter the three digit
transaction report number from the ATR in block 5.
BLOCK 6 (QUANTITY DUE IN). Enter the
quantity on order but not yet received.
BLOCK 7 (UNEXPENDED TRAINING
ALLOWANCE). Enter the number of rounds available
for training for the remainder of the fiscal year. You
must compute this number by subtracting the training
expenditures (as they occur) from the unexpended
Figure 17-20.Example of a blank Ammunition Master Stock Record Card (NAVSUP Form 1296).