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Figure 8-7.—Example of simultaneous receipt and issue of SIM DTO material.
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the command duty officer, as prescribed in the SORM. Before proceeding with any unfamiliar transfer action, (e.g.,  Maintenance  Assistance  Modules  (MAIMs))  the NAVSUP  P-485  should  be  consulted. TRANSFERS TO OTHER AFLOAT UNITS Transfers to other afloat units are made in response to a request when the material is available and can be spared. Requests are normally received on a DD Form 1348, but may be received by letter, message, or other means. The DD Form 1348 is prepared in the same manner a requisition to a supply activity except that the document  identifier  is  left  blank Availability of material is determined by the supply officer  after  considering  the  quantity  on  hand  and  the anticipated  usage  until  replenishment  can  be  obtained. The supply officer may also request the advice of the using department before transferring repair parts. If material is not available, the request is rejected. Additional  entries  requested  by  the  NAVSUP  P-485 should  be  made  by  the  transferring  ship.  An  example of an intership transfer document is shown in figure 8-9. When the request is received by other means, it must contain the NSN, unit of issue, quantity, document number,  fund  code,  and  project  code.  A  DD  Form 1348-1  is  then  prepared  by  the  transferring  ship.  An example is shown in figure 8-10. Refer to the NAVSUP P-485   for   detailed   preparation   and instructions. Posting Transfers to Stock Records Transfers of material are posted to disposition stock record cards in the same manner as issues, except that the quantity transferred is circled. This is done because transfers are not considered as usage or demand since the material was not used on your ship. Receipts from other ships are posted and issued exactly the same as receipts from a supply activity. Summarizing  Transfers Each month the value of transfers to other ships and afloat units is summarized to the supporting DFAS using  the  Summary  of  Material  Receipts/Expenditures, NAVCOMPT  Form  176.  This  action  effects  the necessary  appropriation,  allotment,  and  cost  accounting adjustment. Refer   to   the   NAVSUP   P-485   for preparation  and  submission  procedures. Figure  8-9.—Example  of  DD  form  1348  used  as  an  intership  transfer  document. 8-8

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