Figure 4-9. --DD Form 250 (Acceptance at Destination).
The Material Control Code (MCC) block indicates
s p e c i a l h a n d l i n g b a s e d o n s p e c i fi c c o n t r o l o r
The following text describes the information on
receipt documents that will help you in determining
The substitute data block advises that the item is an
acceptable substitute for the item ordered.
The ship to/mark for block contains the requisition
The required delivery date block, when used,
number of purchase documents.
indicates expeditious handling required.
The document number block contains the UIC and
The priority block indicate the requisitioner's
document serial number that identifies stock and DTO
priority and therefore the speed of handling required.
The supplementary address block may have storeroom
location for stock items or local coding of division for
The special material identification code (SMIC)
indicates if material is in support of a special program.
The project code block identifies shipments of
The security code indicates special handling based
material for specific projects or programs. The last
on security classification or hazardous nature of
digit of the project code contains the last digit of
material. The codes used for classified material are A,
storeroom location for stock items.
B, C, D, E, F, G, H, K, L, 0, S, T, U, and 7. Codes used
for pilferable material are I, J, M, N, P, Q, R, V, W, X, Y,
Shipment Labels And Markings
numbers 1 through 8. Refer to appendix 9 of NAVSUP
The Military Standard Marking For Shipment Arid
Storage, MIL-STD-129M, provides information on
P-485 for the meaning of these codes.