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Changes have been made to enclosure C The changes concern the dates to use whenfilling out DA Form Also, two abbreviations are added to the glossarySuggested improvements. Requirements are due to the IAO by the 1st working day of the month before each quarter.
Page C Change paragraphs C and C to read as follows:C Enter the name and rank of the authorized representative and expiration term of service ETS date. Ensure that the rank of the representative matches the scope of responsibilities as prescribed in thisregulation. Replace figure C with the figure on the page 3 of this change.
Page Glossary 1. Post these changes per DA Pamphlet File this transmittal sheet in front of the publication. If it does, you must use thedate that expires first. Department of the Army Form This regulation concerning ammunition management has been revised. Interim changes. Interim changes to this regulation are not official unless the Director of InformationManagement authenticates them.
Users will destroy interim changes on their expiration date unlesssooner superseded or rescinded. Suggested improvements. Tracking Annual Authorizations Requesting Procedures Fiscal Year Authorization Change Request Unit Identification Codes for Support Units Training Event Codes Department of the Army Form R Turn-in Procedures Glossary 1. Cost and resourceavailability are major restrictions that affect unit-training programs. To lessen this impact and increasebenefits, commanders at all levels must include training-ammunition requirements in initial planning of alltraining events.
The lead-time required for forecasting dictates accurate and thorough prior planning. The National Guard and tenant units receive ammunition authorizationsthrough their command channels. Every phase of ammunition management must be carefully monitored to support training withinestablished authorizations.
Managers must emphasize the need for accuracy in forecasting requirementsand reduce the difference between actual expenditures and projected requirements. Ammunitionrequirements must be held to the minimum, consistent with achieving combat readiness of units per DAPamphlet , particularly during austere budget periods.
ReferencesRequired publications and referenced forms are listed in appendix A. Explanation of abbreviationsAbbreviations used in this regulation are explained in the glossary. Expenditure and usageDA and USARPAC expenditure goals encourage effective management of training ammunition through crossleveling and turn back of excess ammunition authorizations.
The command goal for training ammunition isto consume only that ammunition necessary to conduct valid training events. Units will document ammunition authorizations turned back or not usedand analyze the reasons for large variances between authorizations and expenditures. See appendix Bfor information on tracking annual authorizations. Commanders will monitor training ammunition usage, compare the training events and ammunitionexpenditures of similar units, adjust usage, and avoid consumption of ammunition during the last month ofthe fiscal year merely to meet expenditure goals.
Units are encouraged to conserve ammunition by using training devices and simulators. The use oftraining devices and simulators will be incorporated into unit and school training programs. The issue document must arrive at the supporting ASP 5 working days before the requested pick-update. When the issue document arrives less than 5 working days ahead, a letter of lateness must besubmitted with an explanation of the circumstances and the letter of lateness must be signed by the first Note: The date of submission counts as one of the 5 working days.
Turn in and reconciliation of live ammunition must be completed within 5 working days of trainingcompletion. An extension of one additional 5-day period may be granted. If not completed after theextension, future ammunition issues will be denied and the unit commander will be notified of thesuspension see app C. Units that request and receive ammunition from an ASP must maintain training ammunition managementand control documents, as listed in DA Pamphlet , chapter Training ammunition requirements for schools are often overstated; therefore, requirements must bebased on approved programs of instruction and historical data drop out, cancellation and studentenrollment, and the number of students graduating.
Actual expenditures must be compared to programof instruction requirements. Program of instruction changes must be justified and approved beforerequesting additional ammunition. If blocks of instruction are canceled, excess ammunition authorizationswill be returned to the DPTSM. Manage the overall ammunition basic load ABL program for this command.
Allocate ammunition in critically short supply to all users. Reallocate ammunition to meet command-training requirements. Maintain command training ammunition reserve authorizations. Provide directly supported units and agencies with revised authorizations, information updates,guidance, and assistance.
Commander, d Infantry Brigade Separate a. Reviewjustifications and support requests by cross leveling within brigade or requesting an increase from theDPTSM. The se forecasts aredue from units to the BAO by the 15th of each month. Manage training ammunition for the STB units. Suballocate fiscal year training ammunition authorizations received from the DPTSM to subordinate units. Maintain liaison with the IAO in the effective maintenance of a monthly forecasting system based onmonth projected requirements.
Arbitrate between the units requesting ammunition items that are in short supply. Review justificationsand support requests by cross leveling within the units or requesting an increase from the DPTSM. Brief training ammunition status at the quarterly training brief. Operate within all applicable rules, regulations, and other requirements. Establish responsibility for receipt, storage, issue, turn in, transportation, security, and accountabilityfor all ABL items, including those actually in the hands of troops.
Inform the DPTSM of any supply action or shortage of training ammunition that will affect the overalltraining program. Commanders of major subordinate commands National Guard, Reserve, and tenant units Commander of major subordinate commands MSCs will—a.
Manage training ammunition for all subordinate units. Commanders of training ammunition account holding unitsCommanders of training-ammunition-account holding units are responsible for—a. Establishing and maintaining control of unit subauthorizations, forecasts, and expenditures.
Maintaining training ammunition management control documents see para Submitting an accurate monthly forecast of class 5 requirements to next higher headquarters by the15th of each month.
Ensuring forecasts do not exceed or fall short of authorizations. Ensuring that units submit their annual, training-ammunition requirements by 20 January for thefollowing fiscal year. Ensuring that units submit operational load ammunition requirements from Common Table of Allowances CTA , table 62 and annual requirements for dummy, drill, and inert DDI ammunition totheir brigade headquarters by 6 July each year for the following fiscal year.
Submitting forecasts for off-post training to their brigade headquarters by days before the start oftraining at an installation other than home station. Units will notify the BAO, the brigade training officer, or the IAO of any changes in training that affectalready processed ammunition documentation, such as cancellation of training, which requires cancellationof a document.
Ensure that fiscal year ammunition is divided between Forts Wainwright and Greely north of therange and Fort Richardson south of the range units per training requirements. If battalions have acombined range week, the IAO needs to be notified so cross levels can be made per trainingrequirements 90 days before the training start date.
Requests will be submitted in the followingformat: quantity, tail number, DOD identification code DODIC , lot number, date installed, and dateremoved for all items requested. Weapon test requirements and ammunition used with new equipment training are not supported fromthese authorizations.
Changing authorizationsSince all annual, training ammunition authorizations are approved and assigned at a major commandlevel, specific procedures are required to obtain any type of changes to these authorizations.
Reducing authorizations. Changes in mission, unit modification table of organization and equipment MTOE , authorized quantities of weapon systems, or a change in the unit's training program for the yearmay create a situation where a unit is originally given ammunition that they no longer need. Should thisoccur, the following steps should be taken by the unit: 1 A memorandum will be prepared indicating all items, by type, nomenclature, and quantity that theunit wishes to turn back.
Increasing current authorizations. Receiving approval to increase the amount of training ammunitionthat a unit has been given for the fiscal year is generally much more difficult to accomplish than requestinga reduction.
The procedures outlined below will provide guidance on increasing authorizations. This request must specify the quantity and types of ammunition needed, the amount forecasted USARAK Regulation -5by the unit for that period, the amount currently authorized, and a complete justification for the increase ofeach type item. If so, the DPTSM will direct the brigade, inwriting, to increase the requesting unit's account and to decrease the same quantity within the assignedauthorization for the brigade.
The unit will be notified, in writing, by the IAO, as soon as a determination has been made regarding therequested ammunition. Lateral transfer of authorizations. Occasionally, situations will arise where units decide to transfersome of their annual authorizations from one unit to another.
USARAK Regulation 350-5 - The USARAK Home Page - U.S. Army
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DA Form 581-1 Request for Issue and Turn-in of Ammunition Continuation Sheet