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Figure 8-11. Example of a DD Form 1348-1 used for turn-in to store ashore
Figure 8-10.—Example of DD Form 1348-1 used as an intership transfer document. Transfers of Fuel appropriate TYCOM operating budget in accordance Transfer  of  fuel  by  ships  other  than  tankers  is documented in unpriced memorandum DD Forms 1149 or 1348-1. They are not summarized. A copy of each transfer document must accompany the transferring ship’s   Monthly   Summary   of   Fuel   Inventory   and Steaming  Hours  Report  (commonly  called  the  “monthly fuel  report”). NAVSUP   P-485   provides   specific   instructions covering  the  transfer  of  fuel  from  ship  to  ashore activities and transfer of aviation fuels. Transfers or losses   of   bulk   propulsion   fuel   from   tankers   are expended  in  accordance  with  fleet  or  type  commander and  Military  Sealift  Command  instructions. MATERIAL  TURNED  INTO STORE  ASHORE Material  is  normally  turned  in  became  it  is  in excess, unserviceable mandatory turn-in repairable, represervation  required  salvage,  or  disposal.  Each transfer must be approved by the supply officer. Credit for excess material turned in will be granted to the with the credit policy of the inventory manager. An example  of  a  DD  Forn  1348-1  used  for  turn-into  store ashore  is  shown  in  figure  8-11.  The  distribution instructions  for  the  DD  Form  1348-1  used  for  turn-in  to store ashore are found m the NAVSUP P-485. Identification of Turn-In Material Material   turned   in   to   store   ashore   must   be identified, tagged, and marked accurately. This allows the receiving activity to process and grant credit, when applicable.  Ships  must  follow  the  procedures  outlined in  NAVSUP  P-485  when  identifying  material  for  bun-in to stem ashore. Accounting for Turn-Ins Accounting  for  material  turned  in  to  store  ashore from nonstock funded ships is performed by ashore activities.  Summaries  are  not  required.  Transfers should  not  recorded  in  the  ship’s  OPTAR  Log. Although  turn-ins  of  material  to  store  ashore  have  no impact on the transferring ship’s OPTAR, large dollar 8-9

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