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Figure-14-8. MIL-STD Symbol 1341.
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Figure  14-9.—Ocean manifest. The stowage location should be indicated on the ocean manifest which is then taken to the supply office. All shipping documents should be kept in the supply office for use in planning the delivery of the freight. When  the  freight  is  delivered,  the  consignee  signs  for  it on  a  copy  of  the  shipping  document.  This  copy  should be  retained  in  the  supply  office  files  as  proof  that  the material  was  delivered. TRACING A SHIPMENT MILSTAMP  provides  for  tracing  a  shipment  after supply status has been received under MILSTRIP. The requisitioner  may  request  the  shipping  activity  to institute a MILSTAMP tracer once a supply status has been received and the material receipt date has passed. The tracer is routed through the transportation system according to the routing instructions shown on the original TCMD. It continues until it intercepts the shipment or inches a point where the exact status of the shipment is known. At that point, the status is added to the  tracer  and  returned  directly  to  the  requesting activity. PACKING   FOR   SHIPMENT The  supply  department  is  responsible  for  preparing material  for  shipment. The items that you receive for shipment will range from the very rugged to the very delicate. Some items contain   delicate   mechanisms   and   require   careful packing;  rugged  items  may  not  require  such  care. NAVSUP   P-485   and   Supply    Afloat-Packaging Procedures   (NAVSUP   P-484)   contain   specific instructions for items that require a particular type of packing or unusual precautions in handling. Be sure you  understand  these  instructions.  Also,  follow Department  of  Defense  publications  pertaining  to packing  and  crating. TERMS Ships are responsible for packaging mandatory repairable items. Terms relating to the packaging and shipping of repairable are defined in the glossary. METHOD  OF  SHIPMENT The  nearest  shipping  authority  decides  on  which  of four available methods of shipment maybe used. They are: 14-15

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