Army Supply Study

How many Classes of supply are there?
10

Why would you conduct a show down?
accountability

What are three ways you can take money from a solider?
Report of survey, statement of charges, and cash collection

What are CTA’ S?
Authorization tables that give you exact specifications on supply items

How many CTA’ S are there?
4

How often do you do sensitive items inventories?
Quarterly by serial number, monthly by count

What is a DA 5913? What is it used for?
Strength and feeder report.

When are you meal request and IDT lodging request due?
30 days out

What does PBUSE stand for?
Property book and unit supply enhanced.

What is PBUSE?
An enhanced unit level version that replaced ULLS S-4 that allows you to keep accountability of unit equipment.

How often are Sub-Hand Receipts up dated?
Yearly or change of hand receipt holder

How often can you order a solider new uniforms?
18 months

What is a 1379 and how can you use it in your job?
List of personnel (Accountability Roster)used for meals

What is a DA 2062? What can it be used for? How long is it good for?
Hand receipt. Used to transfer property from one person to another on a temporary basis.

What is a DA 3161? What can it be used for? How long is it good for?
Request for issue or turn in. Can be used for 30 day temp hand receipt

What is a DD 362? What can it be used for? How long do you have to get this started?
Statement of charges. 45days

What is a DD 200? What can it be used for? How long do you have to get this started?
Financial liability investigation of property loss. To officially report the facts and circumstances supporting the assessment of financial charges for the loss, damage or destruction of DOD controlled property.75 days

How far a way does a solider have to live to get a room on a home station drill?
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Over 50 miles

What regulations cover Supply?
AR735-5, DA PAM 710-2-1, DA PAM 710-2-2

Julian Date Table
Located in DA PAM 710-2-1 Page 209

What is PBUSE used for?
Ordering supplies, sub hand receipts & inventories

What is CIF-ISM?
It is used to Order and Manage TA-50

What is CCDF?
It is used for ordering OCIE and Uniforms

What is SAMSE?
It is used for dispatching vehicles

What is FEDLOGS?
Used for looking up information about the product your ordering

What does MTOE stand for?
Modification Table of organization & Equipment

BN SOP States that the Btry Supply Sergeant is responsible for?
Day to day operations of the Btry logistical operation. In addition the Btry Supply Sergeant will keep the Btry CDR informed of all activities regardless of the severity of nature.

Def of accountability (AR 710-2)
Obligation to keep records of property, document, or funds, such as identification data, gains, losses, dues- in, dues- out and balances on hand or in use.

Def of responsibility (AR 710-2)
The obligation of an individual to ensure that govt. property and funds entrusted to his or her possession, command, or supervision are properly used and cared for and that proper custody and safe keeping are provided.

AR 710-2
Supply Policy Below the National Level

DA PAM 710-2-1
Using Unit Supply System (Manual Procedures)

DA Form 2063-R
Prescribed Load List

DA 3318
Record of demands

DA 2064
Document Register

DA 2062
Hand Receipt, Sub- Hand Receipt, Hand Receipt Annex, Component hand receipt

DA 3161
Temp Hand Receipt

DA Form 7000
Delegation of Authority (Clothing)

DA Form 1687
Delegation of Authority/ Signature Card

DA Form 17 & 17-1
Request Missing Pubs

DD Form 250
Material Inspection & receiving Report

2765-1
Request for issues & Issue follow-up & request for cancellation

AR 735-5
Policies & procedures for property accountability

DA PAM 735-5
Financial Liability Officers Guide

AR 190-11
Physical Security of Arms, Ammunition & explosives

AR 190-13
The Army Physical Security Program

AR 190-51
Security of UnClassified Army Property (SI and Non SI)

DA PAM 25-380-2
Security Procedures for controlled cryptographic items

AR 600-38
The Meal Card Management System

AR 30-22
The Army Food Program

DA PAM 30-22
Operating Procedures for the Army Food Program

CTA 50-970
Expendable/ Durable Items (Except medical, Class V, Repair Parts & Heraldic items)

CTA 50-909
Field & Garrison Furnishings & Equipment

CTA 8-100
Army Medical Dept. Expendable/ Durable Items

CTA 50-900
Clothing and Individual Equipment

Receipt for supply
DD Form 1348-1A or DA 3161

Receipt for Ammo
DA 581

DA Form 3161
Change Document

DD Form 362
Statement of Charges/ Cash Collection Voucher

DA 4949
Administrative Adjustment Report

DA 4697
Report of survey

DA Form 581
Turn in Ammo

DA 2062
Shortage Annex for Turn-In

DA 3161
Lateral Transfer

DA 2062
Lateral Transfer Shortage Annex

DA 3078
Personal Clothing Request

DA 3645 & 3645-1
OCIE Record

DA 1974
Laundry List

Class 1
SUBSISTENCE AND GRATUITOUS HEALTH AND COMFORT ITEMS

Class 2
CLOTHING, INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT, TENTAGE, ORGANIZATIONAL TOOL SETS AND KITS, HAND TOOLS, AND ADMINISTRATIVE AND HOUSEKEEPING SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT

Class 3
PETROLEUM FUELS, LUBRICANTS, HYDRAULIC AND INSULATING OILS, LIQUIDS, GASES, BULK CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, ETC…

Class 4
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS INCLUDING INSTALLED EQUIPMENT AND ALL FORTIFICATION AND BARRIER MATERIALS.

Class 5
AMMUNITION OF ALL TYPES

Class 6
PERSONAL DEMAND ITEMS SUCH AS SNACK FOODS, SOAP, TOOTH PASTE, WRITING MATERIALS, ETC…

Class 7
MAJOR END ITEMS SUCH AS LAUNCHERS, TANKS,MOBILE MACHINE SHOPS, AND VEHICLES.

Class 8
MEDICAL MATERIAL, INCLUDING REPAIR PARTS PECULIAR TO MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

Class 9
REPAIR PARTS AND COMPONENTS TO INCLUDE KITS,ASSEMBLIES AND SUBASSEMBLIES WHICH ARE REQUIRED FOR MAINTENANCE SUPPORT OF ALL EQUIPMENT.

Class 10
MATERIAL TO SUPPORT NONMILITARY PROGRAMS SUCH AS AGRICULTURE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
MISC- WATER, MAPS,SALVAGE, AND CAPTURED MATERIAL