Paragraph 3. Enter the UIC. This entry is made by
using the check-sum-digit method. For example,
assume the UIC is 36725. You should enter this as UIC:
Paragraph 4. Enter the activity classification letter
code. Spell out the letter code. For example, ALFA,
BRAVO, DELTA. When the day's transactions involve
more than one activity classification, you must report
each activity classification on separate reports by using
the same date but different serial numbers. Refer to
table 17-7 for a list of activity Classification codes.
Paragraph 5. Enter the Julian date on which the
transaction actually occurred, NOT the date the
message is prepared. The Julian date is entered by using
the check-sum-digit method. For example, if the
transaction occurred on March 20, 2000, the date would
be entered as DATE: 00080/4.
Paragraph 6. The data entered in this paragraph
must be arranged in columnar format. Each column is
lettered from A through N, and a letter must head each
column. However, when a column or a number of
columns have a zero quantity, it need not be listed. The
data to be reported in each column is as follows:
REVIEW NUMBER 1 ANSWERS
The Naval Ammunition Logistics Center is
located in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.
The classes of ships that carry cargo load
ammunition are AOE, AO, AOR, and AE.
Combatant ships and submarines reporting shipfill ammunition transactions.
Destroyer-type ships should report ordnance carried for assigned helicopter
detachments under this activity classification.
Auxiliary ships reporting shipfill ammunition transactions for their own use.
Ships and NAVSUBSUPPFAC New London reporting fleet issue ammunition
(cargo load or mission load) transactions, including aircraft squadron
Aviation Support Activity. Any shore activity holding fleet issue ammunition in
support of aviation units. Report all of the ammunition to be held at the activity as
ECHO, except that all Marine Corps Class V assets are to be reported under
activity classification JULIET.
Ammunition Support Shore Activities. Any shore activity holding fleet issue
ammunition for units other than aviation units. Report all ammunition held at the
activity under activity classification FOXTROT, except that all Marine Corps
Class V assets are to be reported under activity classification JULIET.
Other overseas activities and organizational unit commands holding expendable
ordnance items for local support, local defense, or to carry out their primary
Ships holding Marine Corps Class V (A) (LFORM) assets.
Shore activities holding Marine Corps Class V (A and W) assets.
All activities holding nonservice mine assets. Service mine assets will be reported
under activity class FOXTROT.
Ships holding ordnance on board in support of an Underwater Demolition Team
(UDT), Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) Team, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Team,
Amphibious Construction Unit (ACU), Amphibious Construction Battalion
(ACB), or Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB).
Ships holding Marine Corps Class V (W) L Form assets.
Table 17-7.Activity Classifications