AMMUNITION SURVEILLANCE REPORTS
DA Form 2415 (Ammunition Condition Report) (ACR)
The DA Form 2415 is used to report failures, discrepancies, and permanent suspensions of ammunition materiel
(except nuclear weapons). Instructions for preparing and using the DA Form 2415 are provided in DA Pamphlet
738-750. An example of a completed DA Form 2415 is shown in Figure 2-8.
This form is used to report unserviceable ammunition that is economically repairable. These are ammunition
items in ACC-E, ACC-F, ACC-G, or ACC-N. The DA Form 2415 is also used to report unserviceable
ammunition that is uneconomically repairable, and to recommend or request demilitarization and disposal
procedures. These are ammunition items in ACC-H.
The DA Form 2415 is not used to report temporarily-suspended ammunition, to make equipment improvement
recommendations, to report serviceable but obsolete ammunition, or to report incorrect publications.
Standard Form (SF) 368 (Product Quality Deficiency Report)
The SF 368 is the authorized means for materiel users to report the following:
Faults in equipment design, operation, and manufacturing.
Equipment improvement recommendations.
New equipment that is unsatisfactory due to below-standard quality or workmanship.
Instructions on completing and using the SF 368 are given in AR 702-7, Reporting of Product Quality
Deficiencies Across Component Lines, dated 27 November 1989, and in DA Pamphlet 738-750. An example of a
completed SF 368 is shown in Figure 2-9.
SF 364 (Report of Discrepancy) (ROD)
This form is used to report improper packaging or item discrepancies that may be the fault of the shipper.
Instructions on completing and using the SF 364 are given in AR 735-11-2, Reporting of Item and Packaging
Discrepancies, dated 1 October 1986. An example of a completed SF 364 is shown in Figure 2-10. The SF 364
is not used to report damage to packaging that occurred during transmit.
SF 361 (Transportation Discrepancy Report)
This form is used to report shipments received at an installation that are over or short of the shipped quantity,
astray, lost, or damaged. It is also used to report improper handling by the carrier or tender, the carrier's use of
inadequate equipment or facilities, misdirected shipments, improper documents, or other failure to follow military
regulations. Instructions on completing and using the SF 361 are given in AR 55-38, Reporting of Transportation
Discrepancies in Shipments, dated 1 May 1982. An example of a completed SF 361 is shown in Figure 2-11.