The stock control section gives the checker the original and one copy of the approved DA Form 3151-R. The
checker pulls the stocks from storage and loads them on using-unit vehicles. The checker completes blocks 23
through 27 on the DA Form 581 and returns it to the stock control section for final processing.
After the ammunition is loaded, the checker and the using unit's representative check the information listed on the
DA Form 3151-R against the load. Any discrepancies are corrected by the checker. The using unit's
representative signs the Signature of Receiving Checker block and enters the date in the second Date block at
the bottom of DA Form 3151-R. The ammunition checker signs the Signature of Issuing Checker block and
enters the date in the first Date block at the bottom of the form. The using unit's representative is given the
second copy of the completed DA Form 3151-R.
CLOSING OUT THE ISSUE
The stock control section reviews the entries on the DA Form 3151-R and the DA Form 581 and obtains the
signature of the unit representative in Block 31b of DA Form 581. The stock control section again verifies that this
individual is listed on the DA Form 1687 as authorized to sign for the ammunition and is of the proper rank to
receive the type of ammunition being picked-up.
When the actual issue is completed, the stock control section posts the loss of stocks to the stock records. The
stock records are posted in sequence as follows: the due-out record, the lot locator or serial number record, and
the DODIC master record.
ASPs reporting to a SAAS-1/3 unit must prepare a DIC-XBH transaction input for each issue according to unit
SOP. ASPs not reporting to a SAAS-1/3 unit must report issues per instructions from their major Army command.
After the issue is completely processed and closed out on the document register, the DA Form 581, the DA Form
3151-R, and any additional supporting documents are filed in ASP document control number sequence.