DATA BLOCKS 8 THROUGH 22. Enter the NSN
of the item.
The NSN can be found in
DATA BLOCKS 23 AND 24. Enter the unit of
issue. Combatants (such as CVs) should always use the
abbreviation RD (rounds) for the unit of issue.
DATA BLOCKS 25 THROUGH 29. Enter the
quantity that is turned in.
DATA BLOCKS 30 THROUGH 43. Enter the local
document control number.
DATA BLOCKS 55 AND 56. Enter the cognizance
symbol of the material.
DATA BLOCKS 57 THROUGH 59. Enter one of
the Project codes listed in table 17-9. When none of the
Project codes listed in table 17-9 fit the reason for
turn-in, leave these data blocks blank
DATA BLOCKS 74 THROUGH 80. Enter the unit
price as listed in TW010-AA-ORD-010/NAVAIR
DATA BLOCK A. Enter the Service code, UIC,
name, and hull number of the ship.
Table 17-9.Project Codes
DATA BLOCK B. Enter the Service code, UIC, and
the name of the ship or activity (hull number, if
applicable) that is to receive the material.
DATA BLOCK E. Enter the total extended price by
multiplying the unit price by the quantity being shipped.
DATA BLOCK P. Enter the appropriate material
Condition code. Material condition codes are listed in
Conventional Ammunition Integrated Management
System (CAIMS), NOCINST 8010.2 (series), chapter I,
section 2, attachment C.
DATA BLOCK U. Enter the DOT class and CG
DATA BLOCK V. Enter the lot number and/or
serial number, if required. When an air-launch missile
is being shipped, the missile serial number and MDD
must be entered in this data block. When shipping
several missiles, you may have to list the serial numbers
and MMDs on a separate sheet of paper and attach it to
the reverse side of the DD Form 1348-1.
DATA BLOCK W. Enter the DODIC/NALC of the
material. A separate DD Form 1348-1 must be used for
each DODIC/NALC shipped.
DATA BLOCK X. Enter the noun name of the item
as listed in TW010-AA-ORD-010/NAVAIR 11-1-116A.
DATA BLOCK 2. Enter the type of container used.
DATA BLOCK 5. Enter the number of containers.
DATA BLOCK AA. Enter the Navy ammunition
reclassification (NAR) number or other remarks that
explain the reason for turn-in.
Immediately upon receipt of a NAR, commands
should determine whether stocks on hand include any
of the affected lots or types listed on the NAR. Action
must be taken to ensure that the use or issue of affected
ammunition is consistent with the newly assigned
Condition code. When required, package and ship the
ammunition as directed by the NAR. Activities are
required to make reports regarding NARs. Negative
reports are also required.
DATA BLOCK BB. Enter either LIVE AMMO or
INERT AMMO, as applicable.
DATA BLOCK FF. For inert items only, enter
CERTIFIED TO BE INERT.
DATA BLOCK GG. Enter APPROVED FOR
TRANSFER and the name of the person approving the
transfer. All turn-ins must be approved for transfer by
the signature of the accountable officer or petty officer
specified in the activitys organization and regulations