NARs are numbered consecutively within
each calendar year.
The term "unserviceable ammunition" refers
to ammunition that is not ready for use and
cannot be made serviceable.
The purpose of requisition lead times is to
requisitions so that mission requirement can
be met on time.
requisitions to the ship's weapons depart-
COLUMN A. Enter the NALC of the item for the
transaction being reported. Column A is a mandatory
entry. When more than one NALC is being reported,
they should be listed alphabetically.
COLUMN B. Enter the quantity on hand as of the
last report concerning the item. This quantity is
obtained from the sum of column L and column M of
the previous report.
COLUMN C. Enter the total number of units
received from all sources. This includes receipts moved
classification, ammunition held more than 7 days for
FFT to another activity, and gains by inventory (GBI).
COLUMN D. Enter the total number of units
transferred (issued) for custody to another activity, or
intra-activity transfers from one activity classification
to another. With the exception of lightweight torpedoes,
this column does not concern issues to aircraft
squadrons. Assets transferred to a non-Navy activity
are reported in column K.
COLUMN E. Enter expenditures in support of
combat operations or against a hostile target. This
includes ammunition jettisoned by an aircraft for the
purpose of landing during a combat mission.
COLUMN F. Enter expenditures for training. This
includes combat readiness assessment exercises and
operational readiness inspections.
COLUMN G. Enter expenditure of material for test
and evaluation purposes.
COLUMN H. Enter expenditure of material for
assigned mission), such as search and rescue, contact
humanitarian or lifesaving missions. Firings for which
no training allowance is established, such as test
grenades, and saluting charges, are also entered in
COLUMN I. Enter expenditure of material because
of destruction, jettison, or deepwater dump. This
column should be used only to report actual disposal. It
should NOT be used to report transfer of material for
disposal. The latter should be reported as an issue.
COLUMN J. Enter expenditure of material because
of loss by inventory (LBI). LBIs must be accompanied
by amplifying remarks in paragraph 7 of the ATR.
COLUMN K. Enter expenditure of material
because of transfer/issue to the Army, Air Force, Coast
Guard, or foreign governments.
COLUMN L. Enter the quantity of serviceable
COLUMN M. Enter the quantity of unserviceable/
suspended on-hand material.
COLUMN N. Enter the MILSTRIP document
number. Naval Ammunition Logistics Center maintains
an in-transit file of all issues from CONUS shore
activities to fleet units. To clear or offset this file,
document number for each receipt from CONUS shore
activity, including CV/CVN load outs by an AE/AOE
You should take care to ensure entries under each
report column in paragraph 6 are aligned. When the
communications capacity, the columns should be split
between columns K and L. This split will place
columns L, M, and N on a different line of the report.
When it becomes necessary to correct the quantity
on hand as of the last report (column B), appropriate
entries are entered in the receipts, issues, or expenditure
columns of the current ATR to mathematically balance
and adjust the on-hand totals to the correct totals. To
ensure all entries are understandable, you can provide
narrative remarks in paragraph 7 of the ATR.
You must ensure components reported as combat or
rounds. For example, when your unit expended 100 Mk
82 bombs with mechanical nose fuzes and conical fins,
you have to expend each individual component under
its respective NALC. You would expend 100 Mk 82
bombs, 100 mechanical nose fuzes, 100 conical fins,
and 100 arming wires.
submitted when assets are shifted from serviceable to