PLAN AMMUNITION RECEIVING OPERATIONS
Critical Task: 03-4020.02-0001
This lesson contains a review of the requirements for planning receiving operations. It also covers the
documentation associated with the receipt of inbound ammunition shipments and unit turn-ins.
Terminal Learning Objective Action:
You will review the procedures for planning receiving operations, including the
management of personnel, equipment, and logistical operations. You will also review the
documentation used in the receipt and unit turn-in of munitions.
You will be given all the information required for completion of this lesson, including
extracts from appropriate publications. No additional equipment or personnel are
You will be able to determine the proper planning procedures and review the
documentation required for the receipt of an inbound shipment and for a unit turn-in. You
will be required to answer the questions in the examination at the end of this subcourse
with 7 0 percent accuracy.
The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following publications:
BOE Tariff Number 6000-E.
DA Pamphlet 710-2-1.
DA Pamphlet 710-2-2.
The key to any successful operation is prior planning. This is especially true for ammunition receiving
operations. Ammunition receipts often involve minute details that must be worked out before actual
operations begin. As an officer in the supply/operations section of an ammunition supply point (ASP),
you will be required to ensure proper planning for the receipt of inbound ammunition shipments and for
unit turn-ins of live ammunition and residue. You will have to be familiar with reports and
documentation, packaging and palletization, materials handling equipment (MHE), manpower, tools,