Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC).
US Coast Guard (USCG).
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
b. Military regulations:
Department of Defense (DOD).
Army Regulations (ARs), Technical Manuals (TMs), and Field Manuals (FMs).
Military Standard Transportation and Movement.
AMC Regulations (AMC-R).
c. United Nations: For UN Numerical Class Designations, see subcourse Appendix page A-7 (DOT/UN
d. Foreign governments: Host Nation Support Agreements.
7. The shipping regulations and documents cover all functions related to ammunition shipments. To ensure the
regulations are in place and observed by all participants, several forms and/or checklists are
provided/required. These are explained below.
a. DD Form 626 (Motor Vehicle Inspection). See Figure 2. This form is used to inspect transport vehicles
both before and after loading, and before offloading. The form is made up of three parts:
Vehicle, Driver, and Inspection information (down to 1st note).
(2) Item-by-Item Inspection Checklist (items 1-22) and approval/rejection block. (Note: The Army
prohibits liquid petroleum gas (LPG) fuel for vehicles carrying ammunition.) (3) Inspecting a loaded
vehicle (items 23-30).
b. DD Form 836 (Special Instructions for Motor Vehicle Drivers). See Figure 3, page 10. This form is made
up of the following:
General information (To, From, bill of lading number, commodity description, and placard
Fire instructions (safety distance in feet).
Additional notification required (POC, office phone).