Planning, assembling, consolidating, and documenting a shipment and arranging for its movement
Ensuring a shipment is complete and removing RFID tags
Clearing shipments and initiating TDR as necessary
Challenging shipments that do not meet applicable airlift requirements
Provide a way to process a shipment through the ACA.
Allow cargo processors to calculate critical leg ACL information.
Allow the APOE to easily and efficiently manifest the shipment.
Provide notification to the APOE that a shipment is inbound and requires further transfer.
Determine the information necessary to complete the shipping documentation enlisting the help of the ACA
Pack and prepare the shipment for movement, applying any required markings, labels, or RFID tags
Use all information gathered to prepare the DD Form 1384.
Make necessary arrangements for delivery of the shipment to the transshipment point, referred to in the DTR as “making the shipment”.
When the direct delivery vendor prepares the invoice
When you have scanned the bar-coded label and determined it is not in the DTS
When the CCP has delivered an airlift-ready pallet to the APOE
When the ACA has not challenged the shipment by the hour/day entered in the ATCMD date shipped field
The air dimension code.
The DI code.
The air commodity and special handling code?
You cannot gain access to the DODAAC website.
You do not have a clear-text address to send the shipment.
The consignor or consignee does not have an assigned DODAAC.
You are in a deployed location and do not know how to query the location.
Three-digit Julian date.
ETA code and the last two digits of the Julian date.
GMT hour code and the last two digits of the Julian date.
GMT hour code and the ETA code.
Identify shipments that require special recognition.
Identify the nature of the shipment and how to treat the shipment.
Link movement authority, funding approval, and accounting data for shipments.
Indicate the number of days a shipment will be in transit from the consignor to the APOE.
Signs of damage or pilferage.
Appropriate markings and labels.
The pieces, weight and cube blocks.
The TAC, the TP, and the charges blocks.
The FMS case number, RDD, and date shipped blocks.
The TCN, the DODAAC, and the piece number blocks.
Anytime; there are no restrictions.
When the loadmaster/boom operator requests it.
For contingency operations or where manual entry is the only way to document shipments.
When automated label printers run out of label paper or shippers are untrained in completing the automated form.
AF Form 4080.
Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods (SDDG).
DD Form 1384.
SF 361and SF 364.
Anytime; there are no restrictions.
When the shipper delivers the shipment.
When an intermediate carrier delivers the shipment.
When an AMC aircraft delivers the shipment.
Always; no exceptions.
When the shipper delivers the cargo.
When the discrepancy is minor and you can correct it on the spot.
When the discrepancy is major and requires significant repacking.
SF Form 361.
SF Form 364.
AMC Form 33.
DD Form 1387.
ATOC/Load planning section.
CSS/records and reports section.
The block time of the aircraft.
The time the shipment was frustrated.
Split/partial shipment code, air dimension code and receipt time.
Destination, transportation priority, and SET.
Warehouse location, cargo size and TAC.
Air commodity and special handling code and GMT.
Air commodity and special handling code.
Expedited handling indicators and the RDD.
TAC, project code, and type pack code.
Split/partial shipment code, air dimension code, and DI code.
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