AMMUNITION RECEIPT OPERATIONS
MQS II Critical Task: 03.4020.01-0001
In this lesson you will learn to conduct conventional ammunition receipt operations at a depot, directly from the
port, or at an ammunition supply point. Upon completion of this lesson, you will be able to determine the proper
procedures required to conduct both receipt and turn-in operations.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
You will learn to receive conventional ammunition from another ammunition supply point,
from a depot, or directly from the port. This will include planning requirements and turn-in
You will require only the information contained in this subcourse.
You will be required to complete the practice exercise at the end of the lesson, then achieve
a minimum of 70% on the subcourse examination.
The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following publications: DA Pam
710-2-1, DA Pam 710-2-2, FM 9-13, and FM 9-38.
You are about to enter a new area of concentration, that of being an Ordnance Munitions Materiel Management
Officer. This is that class of supply which is commonly called Class V (Ammunition). There are numerous
positions throughout the ammunition field, but the one position that you will inherit is an Accountable Officer for a
Standard Army Ammunition System level-4 (SAAS-4) location. Here, you will have a multitude of responsibilities,
one of which will be preparation for and receipt of Class V materiel.
As an Accountable Officer, you will be responsible for all functions at the ammunition storage facility, to include
the receipt of Class V stocks from another ASP, Corps Storage Area (CSA), Theater Storage Area (TSA), or
directly from the port or a manufacturing plant.
The receipt of ammunition includes the processing and preparation of all documentation necessary to account for,
report, and properly store all munitions items being received at the ammunition storage facility.
This subcourse will identify and discuss the planning requirements and other considerations required while
performing receipt operations. This will include unit turn-ins.