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
ships Monthly Summary of Fuel Inventory and
Steaming Hours Report (commonly called the monthly
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
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 ships OPTAR Log.
Although turn-ins of material to store ashore have no
impact on the transferring ships OPTAR, large dollar