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Figure  9-6.—Punch  card  tracer  action. including maintenance of adequate records. Personal effects  include  property  belonging  to  absentees, deserters,  legal  next  of  kin  of  missing  or  deceased personnel,  persons  declared  to  be  mentally  or  physically incapacitated and persons transferred under orders. Unaccompanied   shipment   of   personal   effects originating from you while deployed at an overseas location should have copies of the individual’s orders and a proper customs certification attached. PAPER WORK FOR PERSONAL EFFECTS AU  inventories  of  personal  effects  should  be  listed on an Inventory of Personal Effects, NAVSUP Form 29. A  minimum  of  an  original  and  five  copies  must  be prepared. Information that cannot be included in the spaces provided should be put on continuation sheets of white bond paper. Additional copies of the NAVSUP Form  29  as  required  can  be  prepared  and  used  for official purposes when certified by the commanding officer as a true copy. The original and all copies must be signed by both the members of the inventory board and  the  convening  authority  before  the  delivery  process begins. The inventory board should complete the section list of personal effects on the reverse of the NAVSUP Form 29.  You  will  record  on  the  reverse  of  the  form  the disposition of the personal effects that have not been returned to the owner or transferred to another activity. DISPOSITION OF PERSONAL EFFECTS Lost,  abandoned,  or  unclaimed  personal  effects must be returned to the owner. When the owner cannot be located, forward the effects to the next of kin, heir, or legal  representative  when  such  a  person  can  be determined   and   located.   Upon   disposition   of   the personal effects you must prepare the necessary paper work. For personnel who are absentees or deserters, their  effect  are  handled  in  a  different  manner. Invoice Processing locate your air shipment you use the selected air terminal identifier codes chart located in the NAVSUP P-485. PERSONAL EFFECTS AND UNACCOMPANIED  BAGGAGE When you receive personal effects from inventory boards, you are responsible for the custody, storage, security,  shipment,  and  disposition  of  personal  effects, When personal effects are transferred to another naval activity or shipped directly to the owner or next of kin, you must prepare a DD Form 1149 to document the transaction.  You  must  assign  an  expenditure  number  to the  document.  When  shipping  the  material  from  your ship, you must keep a copy of the postal receipt with a retained copy of the DD Form 1149. In the interim period, before shipping any personal effects to other activities, any money or other negotiable 9-9

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