Enter the name of the ASP/SSA.
The authenticating officer will sign in this block.
Depending upon the type organization, the authenticating
officer may be an S-4, division ammunition officer, or
Authenticating officer will enter the Julian date.
Enter and "X" in the turn-in box.
Enter in sequence the item number for each item turned in.
Enter the description of the item being turned in.
Enter the following statement: "Contents have been
inspected. They do not contain any live rounds, unfired
primers, explosives, or other dangerous materiel."
The individual that inspected the turn-in will sign this block
and enter the date.
5. The salvage materiel is now taken to the ASP/SSA where the DA Form 581 is presented to the stock
control section. The stock control section will assign a ASP/SSA control number to the DA Form 581
and enter this number in Block 2 of the DA Form 581. A DA Form 3151 is then prepared by the stock
control section and a checker is assigned to escort the unit vehicle and personnel to the inspection area.
6. Using units must provide enough personnel to unload and segregate the item by type.
7. The inspector will count the residue and, in the case of brass cartridges, the items will be weighed.
Appendix L of DA PAM 710-2-2 contains the Brass Conversion Factor. They are in weights per one
cartridge as follows: