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For use of this form, see AR ; the proponent agency is DCSLOG. 1. ISSUE. ITEM. 2. TURN-IN. 5. PAGE. 6. FOR LOCAL USE. DA FORM , JUL. Download Fillable PDF Format Click Below ▽ Download XFDL IBM Lotus Forms Viewer/Pure Edge Format Click Below. REQUEST FOR ISSUE AND TURN-IN OF AMMUNITION CONTINUATION SHEET DOCIC NSN DA FORM , JUL NOMENCLATURE 4 .

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Receipt must not be confused with unit turn-in. Ammunition receipt operations include completion of administrative details, inspection of torm, and unloading of ammunition at the designated storage location. Stocks received by an ammunition supply unit are recorded on stock records, reported to the appropriate MMC, d stored for subsequent shipment or issue. The supporting MMC normally notifies an ammunition unit in advance of a scheduled incoming shipment. However, unscheduled emergency resupply shipments may arrive at any time.

To ensure that notification is received, the unit should maintain close coordination and communication with the MMC. Once the unit receives a notice, it selects storage locations and makes plans to unload and store the ammunition.

During the rorm stage, the unit must examine storage compatibility, Q-D requirements, and security factors. Also, it must consider any mission requirements for configuring stocks into MCLs. It may be necessary to rewarehouse or consolidate some stocks already in storage to make room for additional stocks and to facilitate vehicle off-loading at the planned storage location.

Planning also includes assigning enough people and equipment to complete the operation safely and efficiently. Receipts may arrive on trailers or PLS flatracks in palletized break-bulk configuration or in containers. It is also possible that some will arrive as configured loads. In a mature theater, representatives of ammunition units may be tasked to assist with the off-loading and distribution of stocks at the POD.

In an immature or maturing theater, an LSE or AST coordinates off-loading and distribution of stocks to storage areas.

DA Form 581-1 Request for Issue and Turn-in of Ammunition Continuation Sheet

See FM for more information. Vehicles are inspected in the vehicle holding area before entering the ammunition storage area. Attention to the following guidelines makes the receipt of ammunition safer and easier to control: Conduct a detailed inventory during or after the unloading process.

Use advanced notices of receipts for planning storage location operations. Inspect ammunition thoroughly for damage and safety hazards. Check unit SOP for guidance if ammunition is arriving by a particular mode of transportation. Check planographs, magazine drawings, or FSU sizes to determine if rewarehousing is needed to accommodate the receipt.

Complete rewarehousing before shipment arrives. The forms listed below are generally required when receiving ammunition. An “R” following the form number indicates that the unit may reproduce the form. Prepared for each lot and stack of ammunition stored during receiving operations.


Used to record storage locations of all items in the shipment. Used by storage facility personnel to inspect arriving vehicles before unloading. Prepared by the shipper, an accountable document used to complete the shipment. Contains detailed information about the shipment. Prepared by shipper, provides vital data concerning the shipment. Stays with ammunition during shipment. The flowchart in Figure is a guide for planning and conducting receiving operations at the ASA based upon a receipt of notification from the MMC.

Dorm can also be used for writing SOPs for ammunition receipts. Military ammunition inspectors, QASAS, or other qualified personnel inspect all incoming, loaded transports before they enter the storage area, regardless of the transportation mode.

Since ammunition is especially sensitive to fire, the transports e. Also, inspectors must check the transports for evidence of tampering or sabotage. Fform will inform the driver or convoy commander of any fom.

If the deficiencies cannot be corrected, the driver or convoy commander will coordinate with his unit to ensure that serviceable transports are provided. Motor vehicles are inspected as they arrive at the storage facility using DD Formwhich is carried with each shipment.

Also, the following items on the vehicle will be inspected: Cargo area for excessive debris and POL for. Steering for safe operation. Windshield and wipers for fomr operation. Fire extinguishers for serviceability. Brakes and lights especially for night operations for proper operation. Exhaust system for accumulation of grease, oil, or gasoline and carbon monoxide fumes leaking into the cab. Fuel tanks and lines for leaks. Trailer coupling device for serviceability.

Tires for any dangerous condition.

Ammunition load to ensure it is securely blocked and braced or secured with cargo straps. Inspections are conducted at a designated inspection area. Off-loading can begin as soon as the car passes inspection. The assistance of other services is necessary to ensure that aircraft and vessels are inspected properly. Transport inspections ensure that the mission can be completed with minimal danger to personnel and that there will be no loss of munitions due to unsafe conditions. Peacetime inspection criteria are stringent.

Unit commanders must ensure that any relaxation of the inspection policy is fully understood by ammunition unit personnel and that safety standards are clarified to using units. See DA Pam for added guidance. The control section initiates the storage process when it reviews receipt documentation, selects storage locations, and prepares a DA Form R.

Checkers and other personnel and equipment are assigned to off-load the vehicles. Checkers escort vehicles or group of vehicles to the storage locations where type, lot, condition, and quantity of load are verified and inspections are conducted.

After each motor vehicle is off-loaded, it is driven to the vehicle assembly area and returned to the control of the convoy commander.

The checker returns the DA Form R to the control section where it is reviewed for accuracy and completeness. A signed copy of this document is given to the convoy commander or supervisor. All transaction documents are filed for use as backup for posting accountable records. If a discrepancy is noted between the two transaction documents, a recount is made. Discrepancies in quantity or condition of ammunition are reported to the shipper using an SFReport of Discrepancy.


Depending on the storage facility, some modification of the process in Figure may be necessary. However, any modification will be based on maintaining flexibility, simplicity, and adequate control during receipt operations.

Da Form 581

See Chapter 9 for more information on the storage process. The term, turn-inrefers to the return of unexpended ammunition and salvage items to a storage facility by the using unit. Turn-ins must not be confused with receipts. Turn-ins may include unserviceable items, unused ammunition, and CEA.

Regardless of ca quantity or rate, all items must be thoroughly inspected and reported to the control section. For safety and economy, commands must encourage units to return munitions in original packaging. Ammunition support units must develop an Fkrm that outlines operations and procedures for returning ammunition and residue. Using units may be required to turn in salvage and residue materiel, including expended cartridge from, containers, wooden boxes, and metal cans.

To ensure that 518-1 items are not mixed foorm, all such materiel must be thoroughly inspected. Salvage materiel is stored in the inert salvage area. It is inventoried, recorded, and reported to the appropriate MMC for disposition instructions. The accountable officer must ensure that required documents are maintained.

For safer and easier control of the munitions turn-in process, the following guidelines must be observed: Encourage units to return munitions in original packaging. Discourage units from opening more rounds and packages than they need for forj operations.

Inspect all turn-ins thoroughly to identify unserviceable and hazardous munitions and mixed lots. Inspect all salvage and residue items thoroughly to ensure that they do not contain any explosive or hazardous materials.

The above points must be emphasized throughout the logistic and combat chains. Emphasis is more stringent in SASO where using units must exercise greater control. Also, the potential exists for operations to be concluded without expenditure of munitions.

Munitions managers at the unit, brigade, division, corps, and MMC levels must be consistent in the guidance they provide. The forms listed below are used for processing turn-ins. An ” R” following the form number indicates that the unit may reproduce the form. Prepared by using unit for turn-in of munitions and munitions-related items. Presented to storage facility at arrival. Prepared by storage facility for each lot and stack of munitions turned in. Checkers post transactions to existing form and ensure it is completed accurately.

Prepared by storage facility as temporary receipt or storage document. Directs relocation of specific items to specific storage locations.