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3.  Shipments  that  require  special  handling;  for example,  environmental  control,  hand-to-hand  receipt, and hazardous and dangerous cargo to name just a few. Extreme  care  should  be  used  to  make  sure  proper consignment  and  routing  instructions  are  used  for shipments consigned to ships and mobile units as their addresses are not normally stationary. TRACING OF MATERIAL Tracing  requests  for  your  material  should  be directed to NAVMTO, Norfolk, Virginia. Tracing is the method used to determine the status of an item in the transportation  system.  These  procedures  can  be  located in  the  MILSTAMP  Manual.  The  DTS  tracing procedures enable you to go directly from the supply pipeline  into  the  transportation  pipeline  to  trace  a shipment. You can do this after the mode of shipment status is received from the shipping activity. Before initiating  a  tracer,  you  should  make  sure  of  the following: 1. The normal transit time or specified RDD has elapsed  and  undue  delay  has  occurred. 2. Data necessary to initiate tracer action has been received.  Your  tracer  request  with  document  identifier code TM1 must be forwarded, based on shipment origin, to the appropriate activities shown in the NAVSUP P-485. You can use a Priority Message, DD Form 173, or a punch card to initiate tracer action. Examples of these formats can be seen in figures 9-5 and 9-6. An example of a reply to the tracer request is given in figure 9-7. To Figure 9-5.—MILSTAMP Tracer Action, DD Form 173/2. 9-8

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