Questions 6 through 8 test your ability to inspect unit property records on basic load for completeness and
accuracy. Use Figures 1, 2, 3, and 4 and the information below.
Cartridge 5.56mm, tracer M193 (basic load requirement: 21,840)
1,640 rounds per box
HN D 34963
Unit Identification Code WB3JAA
USAREUR REG 710-65
Document Number 6071-0001
Property Book Officer (PBO), CPT William Sharp, 229th Ordnance Company
1st Magazine Platoon Leader, CW2 Thomas Moor
2nd Magazine Platoon Leader, W01 James U. Tanner
HR 1 is the HQ Platoon, which received two boxes of ammunition
HR 2 is the 1st Magazine Platoon, which received four boxes of ammunition
HR 3 is the 2nd Magazine Platoon, which received four boxes of ammunition
HR 4 is the Service Platoon, which received three boxes of ammunition
Equipment Level 1
ASP issued to full depot pack for basic load items
Basic load directive states: "The basic load will not exceed authorization. Units are authorized to draw to
the next highest full box."
Ammunition is being issued to the 2nd Magazine Platoon by unit supply personnel.
The platoon is to receive four boxes of the ammunition and all transactions are completed on 6072.
6. You have inspected the unit basic load of ammunition and have found deficiencies in the property book
entries. What deficiencies were noted on the DA Form 3328 in Figure 11?
Date posted and UIC wrong.
Document number and allowances wrong.
Stock number and item description wrong.
Balance and required allowances wrong.
7. What deficiencies were noted on the DA Form 3328-1 in Figure 12?
Item description and serial/registration number wrong.
Stock number and lot number wrong.
UIC and hand receipt number wrong.
Quantity received and UIC not in agreement.
8. What deficiencies were noted on the DA Form 2062 in Figure 13?
Stock number and lot number inverted.
Lot number and quantity not in agreement with DA Form 3328-1.
Platoon leader is not the authorized hand receipt holder.
Nomenclature and hand receipt number wrong.