and no further action is required. Since the loss of
NALC M128 cannot be determined, an MLSR report
was submitted and the date-time group of that message
Receipts and Issues for Further Transfer
An example of the ATR showing receipts and
issues FFT is shown in figure 17-6. Since the material
involved is FFT to USS George Washington and USS
Enterprise, these two ships are information addressees
on the ATR.
CONFIDENTIAL. Notice that the subject line and
paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7 include a (U) and
paragraph 6 includes a (C). When an ATR is classified,
classification of its contents. This is indicated by a (U)
for unclassified, or (C) for Confidential.
NALC PA68 (column A) shows the balance on
hand as 9 (column B), 0 received (column C), 1 issued
(column D), and the new balance on hand as 8 (column
L). This NALC was issued to NWS YORKTOWN FFT
to USS Enterprise, and is a SLIT-controlled item.
Therefore, the intermediate activity, ultimate receiving
activity, serial number, and MDD are entered in
NALC 1611 (column A) shows an on-hand balance
of 3 (column B), quantity received as 1 (column C), 0
issued (column D), a current on-hand balance of 4
Figure 17-5.ATR showing gains and losses by inventory.