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These documents are further required to notify the receiving point that cargo is being shipped so as to facilitate the unloading process. They are also used by the  receiving  point  to  advise  the  shipping  point  of  the receipt of cargo and its condition upon receipt. OCEAN CARGO MANIFEST An  ocean  cargo  manifest  is  required  from  each leading terminal for each port of discharge, except when vessels are scheduled to load at more than one CONUS terminal  before  arrival  at  the  first  overseas  port  of debarkation  (POD).  In  such  cases,  the  water  terminal clearance  authorities  (WTCAs)  responsible  for  the CONVUS  ports  of  entry  (POEs)  accumulate  complete manifest data from each loading activity and forward a consolidated manifest to each POD concerned upon completion of the loading at the last CONUS POE. When cargo is loaded at CONUS POEs that are under the  control  of  more  than  one  WTCA,  each  CONUS WTCA  assembles  and  forwards  a  consolidated  manifest appropriate  for  its  area  of  responsibility  to  the  overseas PODs concerned. The manifest must contain a detailed listing  of  all  shipment  units  loaded  by  each  POE, including appropriate trailer and supplemental data, and the  actual  storage  location  aboard  the  vessel. Figure 9-8 is an example of an ocean cargo manifest. Detailed instructions for completing the ocean cargo manifest are contained in chapter 5 of the MILSTAMP Manual. OCEAN CARGO MANIFEST RECAPITULATION OR SUMMARY The   Ocean   Cargo   Manifest   Recapitulation   or Summary, DD Form 1386, is a dual-purpose summary form designed to be used by each manifesting activity. The DD Form 1386, identified by an X in the appropriate block  on  the  form,  is  used  either  as  a  manifest recapitulation  or  as  a  manifest  summary. Manifest  Recapitulation The  ocean  cargo  manifest  recapitulation  is  a summary listing of the cargo manifested by each loading port to cover all cargo loaded into any one ship. In general, this summary covers the physical aspects of the cargo, summarizes heavy lifts and their location, and indicates  whether  the  vessel  is  self-sustaining  (heavy Figure  9-8.—Sample  Ocean  Cargo  Manifest,  DD  Form  1385. 9-11

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