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Figure 9-2.—Transportation data elements decision table
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Procedures for Shipment Via the Defense Transportation System When the decision is made that an item must be shipped  rather  than  mailed,  certain  procedures  must  be followed in preparing transportation documentation. Most   of   the   data   elements   needed   to   prepare transportation  documentation  are  available  from  supply documentation.  Extensive  information  on  DTS  shipping paper work may be found in the  Military  Standard Transportation   and   Movement   Procedures (MILSTAMP) Manual, DOD 4500.32R, but this manual is not normally available to ships. The DD Form 1384 is normally used to ship material in the DTS. When the DD Form 1384 is not available, ships can use a DD Form 1348-1 including essential transportation data. This form must then be turned in to the fleet unit designated to handle transshipment to its final destination. If you want your shipment to bypass supply and it is correctly documented (must have a DD Form 1384), it may be directly  placed  into  transportation  by  obtaining  a clearance  from  the  nearest  airlift  clearance  authority (ACA). Even so, the DD Form 1348-1 or the DD Form 1149 is used as the primary source document. To easily prepare  a  DD  Form  1384,  you  should  use  the  decision table in figure 9-2 to cross-reference the information shown in the card columns of a DD Form 1348-1 as shown in figure 9-3. An example of a resulting DD Form 1384 is shown in figure 9-4. HAZARDOUS MATERIAL Hazardous material refers to any material (specified by the Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Agency, United States Coast Guard, or other federal or military  agency)  that  under  conditions  incident  to transportation is liable to cause fires, create serious damage   by   chemical   action,   or   create   a   serious transportation  hazard.  It  includes  material  classified  as explosive,   flammable,   corrosive,   combustible, oxidizing,   poisonous,   compressed   gas,   toxic,   and radioactive. Certification for Hazardous Material Federal   regulations   require   that   hazardous shipments  be  certified  for  shipment  by  your  ship.  You can have an SK certified by having him or her graduate from an appropriate DOD hazardous shipment course. Due to potential risk of legal liability to your ship, it is recommended that you turn in hazardous material to an ashore activity for shipment as soon as possible. Figure 9-3.—Basic information required on a DD 1348-1 to complete a DD Form 1384 (TCMD). 9-5

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