included in this paragraph, whether or not the items are
included in paragraph 7 of the report.
Paragraph 7 is for remarks concerning weapon
serial numbers and other explanatory data, as required.
(transfer, receipt, expenditure, reclassification), an
ATR should be submitted within 24 hours. Normally,
reports are submitted daily at the end of the flying day.
Occasionally, during certain tactical operations, the
command restricts message transmissions to those that
directly affect a particular operation. This restriction is
transaction reports during MINIMIZE is authorized.
There are exceptions to submitting ammunition
transactions within 24 hours. Ammunition onloaded or
ships in excess of 500 short tons is reportable within 2
Ammunition received by a ship or shore activity for
further transfer (FFT) to another ship or shore activity
is not reportable, providing it is transferred to the
received FFT and held for more than 7 days must be
reported as being received. In the remarks paragraph
indicate RCVD FM (issuing activity) FFT (consignee).
When the subsequent issue is completed, an offsetting
report of the issue must be made. Ammunition
transferred to an activity FFT to another activity must
be reported as an issue. In the remark paragraph show
Ammunition Transaction Report Format
ROUTINE precedence is normally assigned to an
precedence can be assigned when authorized by proper
authority. A transaction report is classified only when
the data contained in paragraph 6 or 7 of the report is
A report that contains data in paragraph 6 on
complete-round missiles, rockets, or torpedoes is
classified 6 years after the date-time group of the
ammunition transaction report. This should be typed on
the ATR at the left-hand margin on the first line after the
last line of text as follows: DECL (enter day, month,
and year for declassification).
When paragraph 6 contains data on mines or mine
components, the ATR must be classified according to
OPNAVINST S5513.7 (series). When data on complete
onloads or off-loads is contained in paragraph 6, the
ATR is CONFIDENTIAL and declassified (DECL)
after 6 years.
ATRs are CONFIDENTIAL when paragraph 7
contains reports of expenditures of tactical missiles or
remarks classified by other directives.
CINCLANTFLT. Reports submitted by deployed units
must also include CINCUSNAVEUR and COM-
Reports that contain information relative to lightweight
torpedoes must also include the activity's type
commander as an information addressee. Reports that
contain information relative to mine material must also
include COMINEWARCOM and COMOMAG as
information addressees. Activities afloat that receive
ammunition from or issue ammunition to another afloat
activity must ensure the issuing/receiving activity is an
information addressee on the ATR.
The subject line of the ATR is SUBJ: AMMO
TRANS RPT CINCLANTFLT 8010.4. The remainder
of the ATR should be completed in the following
Paragraph 1. Enter the number of NALCs included
in paragraph 6 of the report. Spell out the numbers. For
example, when you are reporting 47 items in paragraph
6, you should make the entry ITEMS: FOUR SEVEN.
Paragraph 2. Enter the sequential serial number of
the report. Spell out the digits. Initial ATR serial
numbers begin with the number 1 (for a newly
commissioned command) and subsequent reports are
numbered through 999. At this point, only the sequence
will recommence with the number 1. You do NOT
revert to serial number 1 at the beginning of a new
calendar/fiscal year. All ATRs released from one
activity, regardless of ammunition type or activity
classification, are numbered in the same sequence.
These serial numbers are used by Naval Ammunition
Logistics Center to detect missing reports. For
example, you should enter the serial number 897 as
SER: EIGHT NINE SEVEN.