9. This stock control section now takes the following data from the lot locator record for the
ammunition selected for issue, and enters it on the DA Form 3151-R (Ammunition Stores Slip):
a. National Stock Number (NSN).
b. Lot number.
c. Condition code (ACC).
10. After the DA Form 3151-R is prepared, it is sent to the surveillance section for lot clearance and
restriction certification. The surveillance section returns the approved DA Form 3151-R to the stock
11. The stock control section gives the approved DA Form 3151-R to the checker to select stocks and
load items on using-unit vehicles. The checker then returns this DA Form 3151-R, showing quantities
loaded, to the stock control section for final processing.
12. The Stock Control reviews the entries on the DA Form 3151-R, completes Block 10c and Block 10e
of the DA Form 581 and obtains the signature of the unit representative in Block 13. Stock Control
again verifies that this individual is on the DA Form 1687, is authorized to sign for ammunition, and is
of the proper rank for the type of ammunition being picked-up.
13. When the actual issue is completed, the stock control section must reflect the loss on the stock
records. The following documents are posted in sequence: the due-out record, the lot locator or serial
number record as applicable, and the DODIC master record.
14. SSAs/ASPs reporting to a SAAS-3 unit must now prepare a Document Identifier Code (DIC) XBH
transaction input for each issue according to unit Standing Operation Procedures (SOP). SSAs/ASPs not
reporting to a SAAS-3 unit, report issues per instructions from their Major Army Command (MACOM).
15. At this time the issue is completely processed and can be closed out on the document register. The
DA Form 581, the DA Form 3151-R, and any additional supporting documents are filed in SSA/ASP
document control number sequence.