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Figure 9-11.—Special labels required for shipments under MILSTAMP.
SPECIAL,  NOS SPECIAL,  NOS POV HOUSEHOLD ~000s ::::::    ,w,.c., K/i ,.no* jjjjx;    lLLI eocz F9AO N727 t N727 A145 Al46 4 Figure 9-lo.-Ocean  Cargo Manifest Summary, DD Form 1386. l The  frequency    of  movement l     A  detailed   statement   of attempts   to  obtain   or  use the  services   of  commercial    carriers When    government owned    and    operated    motor vehicles  are  transferred   from  or  returned   to  the  activity to  which    assigned,    such   vehicles    maybe   loaded   with Navy    material to  be  transported, regardless    of  the distance   involved. DOCUMENTATION OF   SHIPMENTS The    TCMD is    used    to   document shipment of material     by  government-owned vehicles.    When   it   is necessary   to  make  a shipment    of material    using   both government   conveyance  and  commercial   carrier   service requiring a  GBL,    a  DD   Form    1384  is   used   for   the government    conveyance   portion    of  the   movement,   and a  GBL  is  used  for  the  commercial   portion. SHIPMENT MARKING Each  unit   package,  intermediate    package,  shipping container,     and   all   items   shipped    unpacked    must   be clearly   and  adequately   marked  as per  the  requirements of the  Military Standard Marking for   Shipment and Storage, MIL-STD 129,  as  amended.   An   exception    is that   marking    requirements    for  supplies   purchased   for local consumption may     be    specified by    the requisitioning activity. All   shipments     moving   within the   DTS   require    a standard   method  of marking   and  labeling   to  make  sure of the  timely   movement  and  delivery   of materials   to  the consignee.  The  shipment   activity    must   assure  that   the appropriate    marking    or  labeling    is  applied.   DD  Forms 1387,  1387-1,   and  1387-2  are  given   in  figure    9-11  as examples  of the  shipment   labels  and  tags  required  under MILSTAMP. Other   special  markings   and  their   use  are described   in   NAVSUPINST 4610.32. 9-13

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