MM3671, Lesson 3
Item 6. Not used.
Item 7. The official who certifies that the shipment complies with the requirements of TM 38-250 must sign the
form in longhand above the typed name. DOD personnel who are qualified as a result of special training in
accordance with paragraph 1-20, TM 38-250, can certify the shipment. Qualified personnel must complete one of
the qualifying courses every 24 months.
Item 8. The distribution of signed copies of DD Form 1387-2 for a single pallet shipment (which has been the
example in this lesson) is as follows:
The original copy is placed next to the address label on the pallet.
One copy is placed in a waterproof envelope marked "DD Form 1387-2," and the envelope is taped to the
Two copies are attached to the shipping document to be delivered to the air terminal with the shipment.
This will require a total of one original and three copies of DD Form 1387-2 for the one-pallet shipment. For other
types of shipments, refer to figure 13-3, TM 38-250, for the required number of DD Forms 1387-2 and their
Additional Information Block. In this space put such data as loading or unloading priority, "deliver by" date, etc.
Approved or Rejected Block. In this space check appropriate block as determined by your inspection.
Signature of Inspector Block
. Sign the air shipment report and give
it to the chief ammunition inspector. See
If the shipment has been rejected, you will reinspect the air shipment after the defect or defects have been
corrected. Check the SAT column for each defect acceptably corrected, then line out and initial the UNSAT check
mark. Make a note that the defect has been corrected.