magazine fillers. They will turn in 2 M2A1 metal boxes for each 1680 rds used or 20 metal boxes in this
case. One wirebound box with ends for the M2A1 box for each 1680 rds issue or 10 wirebound boxes
will also be turned-in.
5. If there are no shortages, the DA Form 581's are signed and a copy of each is given to the using unit
with a copy of the DA Form 3151-R.
6. When shortages exceed the allowable losses specified in Appendix L of DA PAM 710-2-1, the
battalion commander or the first LTC-or-equivalent commander in the chain of command signs a
certificate allowing the loss. Every effort to collect all residue for turn-in must be made. Missing live
ammunition requires action under AR 190-11/NGR190-11.
7. If the battalion commander does not sign a certificate allowing the loss, he will have five days to
initiate action (e.g. report of survey or other request for investigation). When turn-in action and all
administrative requirements are not completed within five working days and the ASP/SSA has not
granted an extension to the unit, the ASP/SSA will initiate command notification and will not issue more
training ammunition to that unit until the turn-in action is completed or proof of initiation of an
investigation is provided to the ASP/SSA.
The ASP/SSA and the using unit must add the quantities of serviceable live ammunition
turned-in (Ammunition Condition Codes A, B, and C) as a gain to the units TAMIS