Figure 13. Sample DA Form 581 as a request for issue
(4) Quantity turned in is compared to the quantity issued. The stock control clerk totals the entries on the
DA Form 581 for ammunition and residue turn-in by DODIC and lot numbers.
(5) DD Form 626 (Motor Vehicle Inspection (Transporting Hazardous Material)) is used to inspect
vehicles for hazardous conditions before they enter the storage area for unloading (see Figure 14 for
sample). This form is prepared by the shipping activity.
(6) File the issue and turn-in documents in the due-in suspense file. DA Forms 3151-R are prepared and
sent to the inspection/turn-in section. The inspection/turn-in personnel make entries on DA Form
3151-R verifying quantities of items (such as brass, boxes, etc.) and quantities the unit actually turned
in. See Figure 15, page 22 for a sample DA Form 3151-R. The completed DA Forms 3151-R are
returned to the stock control section.
(7) The stock control clerk compares the DA Forms 3151-R to the issue and turn-in DA Form 581. If
there is a shortage, the stock control clerk lists the shortages on the DA Form 581. If a shortage
statement is not already on the DA Form 581, the using unit must submit a shortage statement within
5 working days.