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MP Supply
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MP supply
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  1. What are the classes of real property?
    • land
    • improvement to land
    • buildings and facilities
    • utility distribution
  2. What are the different classifications of army property?
    • expendable- requires no formal accounting after issue
    • durable- requires no formal accounting but will be controlled with hand receipt
    • Nonexpendable- requires formal property book accounting
  3. What are the different types of accounting for property?
    • financial accounting- property is categorized for financial accounting and reporting purposes as real property or personal property
    • property accounting- all property except real property will be classified for property accountability
  4. what are the different types of responsibility?
    • Command-obligation of a commander to ensure that all government property within their command is properly used and cared for. that proper custody and safekeeping are provided
    • Supervisory- Obligation of a supervisor to ensure that all government property issued to or used by their subordinates is properly used and cared for and that all property and safekeeping are provided
    • Personal- obligation of a person to exercise reasonable and prudent actions to properly use, care for and safeguard all government property in their physical possession
    • Direct- obligation of a person to ensure that all government property for which they have receipted for is properly used, cared for, and that proper custody and safekeeping are provided
  5. What is the Army authorization document system?
    centralized automated system which determines personnel and equipment strengths in the organization of the Army

    the system produces requirements and authorization documents
  6. What is the table of organization and equipment?
    a document which prescribes the personnel and equipment required for a unit to perform a specific contract mission
  7. Modified Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE)
    Authorization document which modifies the TOE in accordance with budget and/ or mission requirements
  8. what is the table of distribution and allowances?
    Authorization document which prescribes personnel and equipment for organizations that do not have a combat mission
  9. what are technical manuals
    list the basic issue items (BII) for major end items of equipment
  10. what are supply catalogs
    list the components which make up sets, kits, and outfits
  11. what is the primary hand receipt
    • A hand receipt between an accountable officer and the person receiving the property and assuming direct responsibility for it
    • i. Required for issue of Non-Expendable and Durable items
    • ii. Update Semi-annually
    • iii. Appoint temporary Hand Receipt Holder when actual is absent for more than 30 days
  12. what is a temp hand receipt
    Used when property is issued or loaned for a period of up to 30 calendar days
  13. what is a sub hand receipt
    • A receipt for property from a primary hand
    • receipt holder or a sub-hand receipt holder to a person subsequently
    • given the property. Does not transfer direct responsibility for the
    • property to the sub-hand receipt holder but does transfer personal
    • responsibility
    • i. Required for issue of Non-Expendable and Durable items
    • ii. Update Semi-annually
    • iii. Appoint temporary Hand Receipt Holder when actual is absent for more than 30 days
  14. what is an equipment receipt
    A DA Form 3749 used to assign responsibility for property issued to the same person for brief recurring periods (Weapons Card)
  15. what is the da form 3161
    • used for issue and turn-in with transactions
    • between the PBO and the Hand Receipt Holder (at least every 6 months,
    • before change of hand receipt holder, before change of responsibility of
    • property)
  16. what is a component hand receipt
  17. i. List all components sets, kits, outfits (SKOs) issued to the using individual
    • ii. May be used for initial issue property to a person that has supervisory responsibility over user
    • iii. Prepared by individual issuing property
  18. what is a hand receipt annex (short annex)
    • i. Use to record Non-Expendable or Durable component shortages, required to be placed on order
    • ii. Use blank or pre-typed DA Form 2062
    • iii. Annex is INITIALED and DATED by the UNIT COMMANDER
  19. Temporary Hand Receipt (DA Form 3161/ DA Form 2062)
    • i. Used to issue or loan property for periods of up to 30 days
    • ii. Need to inform commander of issued or loaned property
    • iii. Phone number of person receiving equipment and Return date of equipment is annotated on the Hand Receipt
  20. what is the da form 3749
    • assign responsibility for property
    • issued to same person for brief, recurring periods...use to issue
    • weapons for 24 hours or less
  21. what are the different types of inventories?
    • a. Annual: Active Army must inventory 100% of property annually
    • b. Cyclic:
    • i. 10 % monthly
    • ii. 25 % quarterly
    • iii. 50 % semi-annually
  22. what is the change of property book officer?
    Complete within 30 days; incoming/ outgoing PBO will conduct joint inventory of all property on HR
  23. what is the change of hand receipt holder?
    Complete within 30 days; incoming/ outgoing PBO will conduct joint inventory of all property on HR
  24. how are weapons and ammo stored?
    • inventoried by purpose, DODIC,
    • quantity, lot #, and serial #; responsible office ensures weapons are
    • inventoried by serial number monthly (NCO, WO, or officer can conduct
    • inventory)
  25. what are sensitive items?
    • designated by the controlled inventory item
    • code (CIIC) on the Army Master Data File (AMDF); any HR holder may
    • conduct this inventory as directed by the CDR; inventory quarterly or as
    • directed by the CDR
  26. what is the tool room
    required semi-annually, inventory SKOs; record results of the inventory including discrepancies on a memorandum for record
  27. how many days for a command directed?
    After FTX the CDR has 15 calendar days to conduct an inventory
  28. what is a receipt of property
    Conducted when property received, on a hand receipt, or from a supply support activity (SSA)
  29. what is the da pam 25-30
    list current publications
  30. what is the da form 1687
    Notice of Delegation of Authority (commander uses this to designate personnel to request and receive supplies and equipment)
  31. what is da form 581
    ammo explosive request
  32. DA Form 2765-1
    Expendable, Durable, and Non-expendables
  33. DD Form 1348-6
    Non-NSN Single Items
  34. 2064
    Document Register (Commander or his designee must initial this form to certify all priority (UND A & B) supply requests)
  35. FAD
    Roman numeral indicating the relative importance of a unit, organization, or project (five FADs ranging I through V)
  36. UND
    • determined by unit personnel to express how urgently the unit needs the requested supplies
    • i. UND A: mission essential items
    • ii. UND B: auxiliary or secondary items, a lack of which impairs unit's mission
    • iii. UND C: items required for on schedule repair/ maintenance
  37. Statement of Charges/ Cash Collection Voucher (CCV) DD Form 362
    • a. Individuals admit liability and offers
    • cash payment or agrees to payroll deduction to settle the charge of
    • financial liability
    • b. Charge does not exceed the monthly basic pay
    • c. Depreciation is allowed
  38. Financial Liability of Property Loss (FLIPL) DD Form 200
    • a. Used to document the loss, damage, or
    • destruction of material when an investigation is conducted due to
    • liability not being admitted or the total loss exceeds the individual's
    • base pay
    • b. Investigation conducted using AR 735-5
    • c. The Report of Survey is prepared by the responsible officer and is
    • forwarded to the Property Book Officer within 15 calendar days from the
    • date of the discovery of the loss, damage or destruction of the material
    • d. Total Processing Times: 75 days
    • e. FLO has 30 days for their investigation
  39. Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP)
    • a. A COMMANDER'S program acting within existing regulatory requirements brought together for visibility purposes
    • b. Supply Economy: the conservation of material by every individual
    • dealing with Army supplies to ensure that only the proper item in the
    • necessary amount is used to accomplish a task
    • c. Supply Discipline: the compliance with establish DA regulations to effectively administer supply economy
  40. PASR important because it is used to make or support tactical decisions
    • a. Commander must have timely and accurate strength and personnel info to:
    • i. Make operational decisions
    • ii. Report casualties
    • iii. Request replacements
    • iv. Sustain combat power
    • b. PASR process starts at company level with the submission of a daily status report
  41. Casualty Operations Management Mission
    • a. Record, report, verify, and process casualty information from unit level to HQDA
    • b. Notify appropriate individuals
    • c. Provide casualty assistance to next of kin (NOK)- casualty report is source document
    • d. Return of the Soldier's personal effects
  42. DA Form 1156 (Casualty Feeder Card) is the starting point reporting casualties, serious injuries, and missing Soldiers in combat
    • a. Prepared by unit
    • b. Platoon Leader responsible for:
    • i. Completeness
    • ii. Accuracy
    • iii. Efficient Reporting
  43. med evac doctrine
    • a. An evolutionary process (ie MIST)
    • b. Includes both trial and error
    • c. Lessons learned on the battlefield
  44. 9 line
    • Line 1- location of pickup site
    • Line 2- Radio frequency and call sign at p/u site
    • Line 3- # of patients by precedence
    • Line 4- Special equipment required
    • Line 5- # of patients by type
    • Line 6 (peace time)- # and type of wound, injury, illness
    • Line 6- Security of p/u site
    • Line 7- Method of marking p/u site
    • Line 8- Patient nationality and status
    • Line 9 (peace time)- Terrain description
    • Line 9- NBD contamination
  45. levels of care
    • a. Echelon I (platoon level)- initial lifesaving steps; combat medic
    • b. Echelon II- Division or Corps MTF
    • c. Echelon III- Theater MTF
    • d. Echelon IV- General and Specialized medical and surgical care
    • e. Echelon V- Support Base Hospital
  46. supply responsibilities
    • a. Unit Commander: responsible for use, care, custody and safekeeping of all governmental property
    • b. Unit 1SG: submits routine personnel and logistics report
    • c. Supply Sergeant: prepares and maintains supply and Property Book records
    • d. Unit Armorer- inspects and performs org maintenance on weapons
  47. s2
    obtains maps and other intel products
  48. two types of loads
    • a. Basic Load:
    • i. Class I-V and VIII supplies
    • ii. Allows unit to initiate combat operations
    • iii. Used in peacetime only if no operational load
    • iv. Will be transported with organic transpo in single lift
    • v. Items that deteriorate or have shelf life are replaced as required
    • b. Operational Load:
    • i. Class I-V and VII supplies
    • ii. Units keep to sustain peacetime operations
    • iii. Based on usage history data
  49. methods of resupply
    • a. Service Station Resupply:
    • i. Individual vehicles move back to a central location to re-arm and refuel
    • ii. Depending on the tactical situation- one to whole platoon go by in relays, one way traffic flow
    • iii. WIA, KIA, or EPWs- dropped off and await transpo, separate KIA from WIA and EPWs
    • b. Tailgate Resupply:
    • i. Combat vehicles remain in place
    • ii. POL and ammunition trucks go to each position
    • iii. KIA and WIA are brought to the holding area
    • iv. EPW are escorted to the rear
  50. bn maintenance officer
    • a. Maintenance Support
    • b. Appoint areas of responsibility in motorpool
    • c. Assist in set up of CL IX account
  51. two types of army maintenance
    • a. Field Maintenance Level (-10/ -20/ -30):
    • i. Characterized by on-system maintenance
    • ii. Replace parts and return to user
    • iii. Generally brigade level and below
    • b. Sustainment Maintenance Level (-40/ -50):
    • i. Overhaul, rebuild, and modification work order (MWO) application to end items
    • ii. Repair and return to supply
    • iii. Echelons above Brigade and Division (installation and Depot)
  52. ar 750-1
    establishes policies and assigns responsibilities for Army material maintenance
  53. unit maintenance responsibilities
    • a. PMCS performed by operator/ crew and unit maintenance personnel creates a sense of ownership
    • b. Repair Parts: requisitioned vs on hand (PLL)
    • c. Transport of NMC to/ from DS Maintenance
    • d. Readiness is the unit's responsibility
  54. preventative maintenance checks and services
    • a. Care, servicing, inspection, detection,
    • and correction of minor faults before these faults cause serious damage,
    • failure, or injury
    • b. Found in -10 and -20 Equipment Manuals (TMs) and Lubrication Orders (LO)
    • c. Essential items:
    • i. Technical Manuals
    • ii. DA Form 5988-E
    • iii. DA Form 2404
    • d. A command maintenance program ensures that all vehicles and equipment receive their required inspections
    • e. Units must set specific objectives to focus efforts during command maintenance
  55. 10/20 standards
    • a. Equipment is fully mission capable (FMC)
    • b. All unit level faults are identified using the "items to be checked" column of applicable 10/20 TMs
    • c. Equipment services are performed on time
    • d. All MWOs are applied
  56. 5988-e
    • a. Equipment Data: given by the system; verified by the operator
    • b. Service Due Data
    • c. Parts Requested: list of parts ordered against faults
    • d. Maintenance Faults
    • e. / = Partially Mission Capable; indicate material defect other than a
    • deficiency that must be corrected for them to make the item completely
    • unserviceable
    • f. X = equipment "Not Fully Mission Capable"
    • g. Circled X = indicates a deficiency however equipment may be operable
    • under specific limitations as directed by the commander until corrective
    • action can be accomplished
    • h. - = inspection check or MWO is due, but not yet accomplished
    • i. MJD = initials indicate that an item has been verified or corrected
  57. who completes form 2404
    by the operator/ crew
  58. tm
    • a. -10, Operator
    • b. -20, Unit
    • c. -30, DS
    • d. -40, GS
    • e. -XXP, Parts
  59. fluid leaks
    • a. CLI = Leakage indicated by wetness or discoloration, but not great enough to form drops
    • b. CLII = Leakage great enough to form drops but not enough to cause drops to drip from item being checked or inspected
    • c. CLIII = Leakage great enough to form drops that fall from the item being checked/ inspected
  60. what is the maintenance allocation chart
    lists at what level faults are fixed
  61. standard army maintenance system enchanced
    • a. Dispatching
    • b. Licensing
    • c. CL IX Management and Requisition
    • d. Maintenance, Equipment Faults, and Readiness Management
    • e. AMSS Reporting
    • f. PLL Inventory and Management
  62. army material status system
    • a. Provides the DA staff and equipment
    • managers with readiness information on reportable items or equipment,
    • systems/ substystems
    • b. Provides commanders with information to analyze and predict equipment readiness, availability, and status of equipment
  63. what is the prescribed load list
    • a. Each unit has a Prescribed load list consisting of CL IX parts commonly used by the unit for repairs or services
    • b. PLL list is set according to the unit's MTOE
    • c. The unit is responsible for maintaining PLL records, submitting
    • timely replenishment requests and conducting inventories of all PLL
    • lines
  64. form 348-e
    • Equipment operator's qualification record
    • a. Permanent record that lists all equipment the Soldier is qualified to operate and any/all special endorsements
    • b. Soldier will receive a printed copy when he/she PCS for their next uni
  65. 5984-e
    • a. Equipment operator's permit or driver's license
    • b. Operators are required to have their forms in their possession when operating equipment/ vehicle
  66. what is weapons card