unserviceable. After filling in the appropriate columns,
ensure each line in the report is mathemati-
B+C-D-E-F-G-H-I-J-K = L+M. All entries are in the
appropriate. All GBIs are identified in this paragraph as
well as column C of paragraph 6. All LBIs are
identified by an entry in column J of paragraph 6 and a
detailed explanation (including the date-time group) of
the missing, lost, stolen, recovered (MLSR) report that
was submitted. When ammunition is missing, lost,
stolen, or recovered, Missing, Lost, Stolen Government
Property, Reporting of, SECNAVINST 5500.4 (series),
requires that a report be submitted. Paragraph 7 is used
to identify activities that issued and/or received the
materials. When materials are reclassified, you should
give the NALC of the item and authorization for the
reclassification. This paragraph is also used for
reporting items accounted for by serial number, lot
number, or registration number.
Issues To Aircraft Squadrons
Aircraft squadrons are not CAIMS reporting
activities (except for sonobuoys). Therefore, all issues
to aircraft squadrons are converted by CAIMS to
training expenditures. Ordnance normally loaded and
retained aboard aircraft (CADs) or retained in custody
of the squadron (inert training ordnance) is reported as
expended at the time of issue. Ordnance of this nature
that is subsequently turned in by an aircraft squadron is
reported as a receipt.
For ordnance that is normally unloaded after a
mission (bombs, rockets, missiles, or torpedoes), no
report of issues or expenditures should be made unless
the ordnance was actually expended. Squadrons are
responsible for advising their support unit/activity of
the ordnance actually expended (by expenditure
category), returned, and/or retained. Upon notification
of actual expenditures, the support unit/activity should
submit the appropriate transaction report.
Serial/Lot Item Tracking (SLIT)
SLIT is required for air- and surface-launch
missiles and boosters. SLIT provides for the complete
tracking of certain items from birth to death by their
unique serial or lot number.
Fleet units must SLIT-report onloads from or
off-loads to CONUS shore activities. They must also
report inter-ship transfers (including FFT material
involving a shore activity), expenditures, and Condition
components. SLIT reporting is required of both the
receiving and issuing ships when an inter-ship transfer
is involved. The receiving/issuing ship must address
submissions. This requirement enables each ship to
verify the transfers, correct discrepancies, and submit
appropriate modified ATRs to Naval Ammunition
All items that require SLIT reporting are contained
in TW010-AA-ORD-010/NAVAIR 11-1-116A, and are
identified by material control codes B, C, and E. A few
of the most common SLIT-reported items are discussed
in the following paragraphs.
AIR-LAUNCH MISSILES.Air-launch mis-
siles (ALMs) require SLIT tracking; consequently,
whenever a reportable transaction occurs, appropriate
entries must be made in paragraph 7 of the ATR.
The serial number of an ALM is determined by the
serial number of the leading serialized component of
the missile and should be reported, regardless of the
ALM configuration. The tracking of these serial
unassembled components up to an AUR.
In addition to the missile serial number, the
Maintenance Due code (TMDC) must be reported
when a missile is removed from deep stowage to a
ready-service locker, or when a missile has been
transaction report should be submitted initially for each
removal or captive flight of a missile. The report should
show the missile serial number, MDD, and TMDC.
After the initial report, it is unnecessary to make
subsequent reports of deep-stowage removals or
captive flights on a specific missile.
SURFACE MISSILES.The issuing, receiving,
stowing, and reporting of surface missiles are the
responsibility of the weapons department aboard
aircraft carriers. Surface missiles aboard aircraft
carriers are part of the ship's point defense system.
Surface missiles are SLIT-reportable items, and are
reported in the same manner as discussed for ALMs.
Other items that require SLIT reporting are warshot
Additionally, Mk 75 DST modification kits and Mk 503
test sets require tracking. Therefore, the receiving and
issuing activities must provide the Mk/Mod of each Mk
75 DST modification kit and the Mk/Mod and serial