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Figure 8-11. Example of a DD Form 1348-1 used for turn-in to store ashore
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Figure 8-13.—Example of a completed Report of Survey, DD Form 200 (front).
value transfers may be used as a basis for requesting an OPTAR augmentation from the type commander. MTR ITEMS The  term  “mandatory  turn-in  repairable  items” describes all material listed the Master Repairable Item List  (MRIL)  and  fleet  ballistic  missile  master  repair  list (FBMMRL) which are coded for return to the supply system when unserviceable and not locally repairable. MTR items are listed m the MRIL and FBMMRL. They  are  provided  to  assist  in  the  identification  of Navy-managed mandatory turn-in repairable items. It should  be  remembered  that  the  MRIL  aud  FBMMRL serve to indicate the items that require turn-in when unserviceable. The activity to which they should be transferred to be repaired is also specified. An MTR suspense  file  must  be  established  to  maintain  and control the return of repairable material from other shipboard  departments,  and  to  assist  in  the  preparation of  turn-in  documents.  Procedures  to  be  followed  when turning-in MTR items are found in NAVSUP P-485. Figure 8-12 shows an example of a DD Form 1348-1 prepared for turn-in of MTR items to store ashore. SURVEYS A survey is the procedure that must be followed when  Navy  property  is  lost,  damaged,  or  destroyed.  A survey  must  be  initiated  for  all  Navy  property  except incoming  shipments. In  which  case,  a  Report  of Discrepancy  (ROD)  (Standard  Form  364)  must  be submitted   (consult   the   NAVSUP   P-485).   The completed   survey   form   is   used   to   determine responsibility  for  lost,  damaged,  or  destroyed  property and to fix the actual cost to the government. (See figures 8-13 and 8-14). To make a true determination, the facts surrounding the loss or damage must be thoroughly researched in a timely manner. The research should not be  limited  to  verifying  statements  of  interested  parties. It should be broad enough to make sure that the interests of   the   government   as   well   as   the   rights   of   the individual(s)  or  Navy  activities  concerned  are  fully protected. Review of the survey information facts is required  in  order  to  prove  or  repute  the  statements  of interested persons and to place the responsibility for the lost or damaged properly where it belongs. Figure 8-12.-Example of a DD Form 1348-1 prepared for turn-in of MTR Items to store ashore. 8-11

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