number of each test set issued or received in paragraph
7 of the ATR.
You should now be familiar with the general
procedures for submitting ammunition transaction
reports. The following paragraphs provide you with a
few typical reporting situations and illustrations of
An example of an ATR indicating receipt from a
informational content of the ATR shown in figure 17-4
is explained in the following paragraphs:
R 152332Z JUN 00. This number represents the
date-time group (DTG) of the message. The DTG is
assigned by the local communications center. This
number is very important because it provides the only
means of tracking/referencing the message after it is
transmitted. The message is designated as R (Routine)
precedence. The DTG provides you with the date (15),
time (2332Z), month (JUN), and the year (00) of the
message. The message DTG is assigned by the
communications center only after the message has been
properly drafted and released.
FROM: USS NIMITZ. ATRs are always from the
ship/unit submitting the report.
TO: NAVAMMOLOGCEN MECHANICSBURG
PA. All ATRs are addressed for action to Naval
Ammunition Logistics Center.
INFO: CINCLANTFLT NORFOLK VA. The
number of commands addressed for information on an
ATR varies. This depends primarily upon the type of
CINCLANTFLT is always an information addressee.
UNCLAS //N08010//. ATRs are either unclassified
or classified, depending upon the type of transaction
being reported and/or by the information contained in
paragraph 6 or 7 of the report. In this case, the ATR is
unclassified. The Standard Subject Identification Code
(SSIC) is the last element of the classification line, and
Figure 17-4.ATR showing receipt from a shore activity.