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Figure 6-2.—Example of a Material Inspection and Receiving Report, DD Form 250. should  be  maintained  in  the  supply  office  or  main annotated   to   indicate   date   of   receipt   and   any receiving area. Outstanding documents will be filed according  to  shipment  destinations.The  supply  officer should  review  this  file  prior  to  entering  port. COMPLETED FILE.—  When  the  multiple  item shipment is received, the outstanding documents will be discrepancies  noted.  Then  they  are  filed  in  a  separate folder  marked  “completed  shipping  documents.” Miscellaneous Receipt File The miscellaneous receipt file contains shipping documents that apply to material consignments not 6-4

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