the report. In the columns under these blocks, enter the quantities by DODIC and supporting SSA
forecasted for expenditure each month. Ensure that the total quantity of ammunition by DODIC,
forecasted for the current fiscal year does not exceed current authorizations. Current authorization does
not apply to quantities forecasted in months of the next fiscal year.
(8) (m) Enter the Department of Defense Identification Code (DODIC) for the ammunition item
authorized; e.g., A071.
(9) (n) Enter authorized quantity as contained in TAMIS.
(10) (o) Subtract expenditures from authorized quantity, and record the remaining quantity in this
(11) (P1) through (P5). Enter the number designation of the ammunition SSA from which the unit
will receive the ammunition.
b. The DA Form 5514-R (TAMIS Training Ammunition Forecast Report) is entered in the TAMIS
computer system, and is also mailed directly to the installation SSA/ASP providing the support. In cases
where the unit will draw training ammunition from multiple SSA/ASP locations, each SSA/ASP must be
sent a copy through the headquarters authorized to sign Block 7 of the DA Form 581.
c. When the SSA/ASP receives the DA 5514-R, it is used for general planning to ensure that
SSA/ASP Training Ammunition stocks on-hand, plus due-ins, and less due-outs do not exceed 90 days
of supply, except for items under Controlled Ammunition Logistics System (CALS), or economic ship
d. To accomplish this, the SAAS-4 activity will:
(1) Edit the DA 5514-R to ensure that all required entries are made, and that the forecast is
(2) Post the edited forecast to DA Form 1298, (Due Out Record). (See Figure 10.) Do not
assign a document number from the document register. Forecasts do not affect the accountable stock
records or balances on hand.
(3) Conduct a supply control study by comparing the quantities required for all forecasted
DODIC's, (all DA 5514-R's), to the sum of the quantities on hand in the Training Ammunition account,
plus quantities due-in by Required Delivery Date (RDD) (from DA Form 4999) (See Figure 11), less
quantities due-out (from DA Form 1298).
(4) If there are sufficient stocks available to support the forecast, take no further supply action.
(5) If there are not sufficient stocks to support the forecast, review the authorized
substitute items for possible substitution. If there still isn't enough stock to meet the forecasted
requirements, report the DODICs and quantities required to SAAS-3, or as directed by the
MACOM. Use t he report format prescribed by the SAAS-3 activity, or the Director of Logistics