MM3671, Lesson 3
DD Form 1387-1 (Military Shipment Tag) is an address tag (figure 3-14). It is used when a label might crowd out
the DOT markings or hazardous label you have just inspected.
When the address label is used, it should be applied to the lower two-thirds of the container (figure 3-15). Inspect
to make sure that it is correctly applied with waterproof adhesive.
Make sure the address label or tag is correctly filled out and complete. If it is, check SAT on the air shipment
report. If it is not correct, check UNSAT and state your reason in the Remarks column.
. Inspect the air shipment for correct explosives labels. Each pallet must have
an explosives label
same side as the consignee's name and address (figure 3-16). All are orange, diamond-shaped labels, four
inches long on each side. There are three types of explosives labels: Explosive A (Standard Form 400), Explosive
B (Standard Form 401), and Explosive C (Standard Form 402). See figure 3-17.
Make certain that the label is the correct one for the ammunition being shipped. Find the correct label in Table
4-1, TM 38-250. See figure 3-18. Make sure "Cargo Aircraft Only" label is also on the pallet (see page 169, BOE-
If you find that the explosive labeling is correct, check this item as SAT on your air shipment report. If the
explosive labels are NOT correct, check UNSAT and explain the defect in the Remarks column.
Figure 3-14. DOD Form 1387-1 (Military Shipment Tag).