MM4618, Lesson 2
DD Form 1348-1 (DOD Single Line Item Release/Receipt Document) Ready for Posting to
Posting a Lot Locator Record
When posting a receipt transaction to stock records, post the lot locator record first. Find the correct lot
locator record in the visible file by looking first under DODIC, then NSN, and then lot number. See Figure 2-5.
Post the receipt transaction on the first available transaction line on the lot locator record (Figure 2-7). Start
with the Date column at the far left. Suppose that today's date is August 10, 1988. The Julian date calendar in
Figure 2-8 shows that August 10 is the 222nd day in the year. Therefore, today's Julian date is 8222. The
numeral 8 indicates the last digit in the year, 88. Post the Julian date as 8222 in the Date column on the lot
locator record (Figure 2-7).
In the Date/Serial column, enter the receiver's document number from block 15 of the DD Form 1348-1
The next column on the lot locator record is titled DODAAC, an abbreviation for Department of Defense
Activity Address Code. Do not confuse DODAAC which is an activity address code with DODAC which is an
ammunition ID number. They are spelled differently but pronounced the same. In the DODAAC column, enter
the code number or the name of the customer unit that shipped the assets. In this case, you would enter the
DODAAC or the name of the unit listed in the Shipped From block on the DD Form 1348-1 (Figure 2-6).
Therefore, enter Miesau Depot on the lot locator record (Figure 2-7).