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lifts can be discharged by the vessel lifting gear) or nonself-sustaining (heavy lifts cannot be discharged by the vessel lifting gear). See figure 9-9. Manifest Summary The ocean cargo manifest summary is the official source  document  used  by  the  MSC  to  render  billings  for ocean transportation. A separate summary is prepared by the manifesting activity for each discharge port. To summarize  cargo,  you  should  use  the  following procedures: l Cargo must be summarized by measurement ton (M/T) for each different transportation account code (TAC)  within  each  major  commodity  category  for  each DOD agency responsible for payment of transportation charges. . Summarized M/Ts must be rounded to the nearest whole M/T, for example, fractional M/Ts of .4 or less are dropped and those of .5 or more are rounded to the next whole. .  Cargo  stored  on  deck  is  listed  separately  and identified by an X in the On Deck column of the DD Form 1336. See figure 9-10. SHIPMENT VIA GOVERNMENT VEHICLE If possible, commercial carrier service should used for the transportation of material. However, be as directed by local naval authority having cognizance over the motor vehicles, government owned and operated equipment may be used to transport freight for any distance up to 100 miles. For activities located in or near a city, the metropolitan area is usually the freight hauling limit   for   government-owned   motor   vehicles.   Two exceptions to the 100-mile limitation are recognized and discussed in the following paragraph. When the area coordinator determines that any emergency exists, the use of government owned and operated  motor  vehicles  is  justified  for  security  reasons. Also, if using such vehicles would be in the best interest of the government, they maybe used to transport freight regardless of the distance involved, provided that state permits   are   not   required   because   of   excessive dimensions or weight. Care should be exercised to make sure  government  vehicles  comply  with  all  safety regulations and material is properly loaded within the state  axle  weight  limitations.  However,  when  it  is determined  that  repeated  use  of  government  owned  and operated  motor  vehicles  for  scheduled  trips  exceeding 100  miles  is  required,  the  following  information  must be  forwarded  to  NAVSUP  (Deputy  Commander, Transportation) at the time such determination is made: . The points between which the scheduled trips are to be made l  The  approximate  amount  of  tonnage  involved . The nature of the material to be transported Figure  9-9.—Ocean  Cargo  Manifest  Recapitulation,  DD  Form  1386. 9-12

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