(6) (Received/BaI). Enter the quantity received in the upper half of the block. Enter the remaining due in
quantity in the lower half of the block as the new due in quantity. There are two columns for partial
receipts. When more than two partial receipts are expected, continue the posting on the next
(7) (Received/Bal). Change the column heading to PD/RDD. Enter the priority designator from the XBT-
IIN card in the PD section. Enter the required delivery date from the XBT-IIN card in the RDD
Figure 2. Example of DA Form 4999
2. Planographs and Storage drawings.
a. Planograph. A planograph is a graphic representation of a storage location. The planograph depicts the
location of stocks in storage, and the available storage space remaining at the location. See Figures 3
and 4 for examples of planographs.
b. Planographs are important elements of a storage plan, especially when planning for ammunition receipts.
At a minimum, planographs should show where each lot of ammunition is located at the storage location,
number of pallets or boxes in each stack, national stock number (NSN) of the munitions, hazard class and