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					                         ISA STATIONS 1-6
                              ISA ________________________
                                       (Installation)
     START DATE/TIME___________ END DATE/TIME_________
     UNIT_______________________ BUMPER #______________

      RF ID TAG#_________________ TMCA CNTL # ___________

     SECONDARY LOADS/ RF ID TAG # ______________________

     TYPE EQUIPMENT __________                          RLD___________________

                                                                          REMARKS

          STATION #1                 GO              NO GO

          STATION #2                 GO              NO GO

          STATION #3                 GO              NO GO

          STATION #4                 GO              NO GO

          STATIONS #5
          Included only for vehicles containerized at ISA. Containers inspected in unit motor
          pools/parks are reported on individual Station 5 Check lists with out Cover Sheet.


          STATIONS #6
          Issued as a separate checklist and covers an entire serial (for convoy
          operations or rail operations).

Note: For all Shipping Document Packets placement on/in vehicles, containers and equipment
and required number of copies see USAREUR’s Dep Equip Marking and Doc Stds SOP.

 THIS EQUIPMENT IS A GO AT ALL STATIONS: _________________
                                                                     Signature, Station 4 NCOIC
                                                                                   14 OCT 2005

 1 COPY (To be retained by BSB for 30 days then1 destroyed)
BUMPER #___________


          STATION 1: RECEPTION
            Start DTG:__________              End DTG:_________
      Items to Check                                               Go/No Go
  *   The vehicle matches call forward (correct type):
      The driver and TC received a safety and orientation
      briefing
  *   Vehicle dispatched properly
  *   The vehicle has a current DD 2404 or 5988-E and
      visible body damage is annotated on the DD 2404 or
      5988-E
  *   Vehicle free of dirt and debris
  *   Vehicle has all required shackles
  *   Towing pintle with cotter pin serviceable
  *   Vehicle tires to include spare inflated properly (visual
      inspection only)
  *   Service drive lights functioning front and rear
  *   Horn works
  *   Windshield wipers operational
  *    Vehicle has a serviceable fire extinguisher which is
      fully charged and secured, a highway warning kit and
                           a first aid kit
  *   Side view mirrors in place


  * Indicates NO GO item that must be corrected prior to movement to next station


                                                                     14 OCT 2005
      Inspectors initials:___________
BUMPER #___________
                                      STATION 2A: DOCUMENTATION
                                  FOR STANDARD VEHICLES (NO HAZMAT)
                           Start DTG:__________      End DTG:_________
                                                                                                        Go / No-
       Items to Check                                                                                         Go
       RF tag is present (if required) - 1. Located and fastened properly 2. Scans properly 3. MSL
       Attached to RF tag 4. Record the Tag # on the Cover Sheet
       Destination placard and force package designator, if required, present in the top right hand
       corner of the front passenger side windshield
       Shipping Documents Packet (SDP) placed on the vehicle IAW Dep Equip Marking and Doc
       Stds SOP and does it have the following documents: ( Packet located bottom of windshield,
       passenger side, inside the vehicle. For trailers, the packet will be placed inside the trailer
       attached to left side of the tail gate).
 *     • 1 copy of DD Form 1384 TCMD, with Non-HAZMAT Statement
 *     • 1 copy of DD 2404/5988E
 *     • 1 copy of the vehicle’s Form 1387 Military Shipping Label (MSL)
 *     • 1 copy of the secondary load’s Form 1387 MSL (as required)
 *     • 1 copy bulk fuel tank purge certificate if applicable
 *     • 1 copy of DA Form 5748 Load Diagram/packing list
 *     4 MSLs properly placed on vehicle IAW Dep Equip Marking and Doc Stds SOP : (1 on left front
       bumper, 1 on drivers side front fender or door, 1 inside drivers side door and 1 on the RF ID
       Tag).
 *     MSL shows actual height, length, weight of the prime mover and secondary load

       Are the secondary loads included in the load plan (DA 5748)

                          NON-HAZMAT SECONDARY LOADS: Visual Inspection

 *     Antennas removed

       Personal items removed from the vehicle
 *     Items in the cab wrapped, blocked and braced and included on Load Diagram/Packing List
 *     Are secondary loads blocked, braced and/or tied down.
       VEHICLES WITH PURGED BULK FUEL TANKS: Visual Inspection of the following:

 *      Orange rectangular numbered and plain HAZMAT plates removed
 *      Diamond HAZMAT placards removed or securely covered

     * Indicates NO GO item that must be corrected prior to movement to next station

  Note: For all vehicles with sensitive items unit must have 8 copies of DD FORM 1911 to be
  maintained by cargo custodians.
     Summary of Changes:_________________________________________________________
     Inspector’s Initials:________________                             14 OCT 2005
BUMPER #___________
                           STATION 2HAZ: DOCUMENTATION
                            FOR VEHICLES WITH HAZMAT

                Start DTG:__________                 End DTG:_________
     Items to Check                                                                Go/No-Go

     In addition to the shipping document packet check at station 2A, the
     following are required:
 *   2 copies of DD Form 1384 Transportation Control Movement Document,
       with HAZMAT Statement
 *   1 copy of DA Form 5748 Load diagram / packing list

 *   3 copies of DD 2890, DD 2890-c, Blk 14 verified against the load plan and
       Blk (s) 15-19 verified by physical inspection. Complete Blk 20a-20d
       Container/Vehicle Packing Certificate in accordance with 5.4.2.1,

 *   2 copies of Commercial Invoice for Liner Service Vessel (as required)

 *   1 copy of AE 5988-E with Waiver 27 stamp (HVCP) not more than 12
       months old (for vehicles driving on roads)

 *   1 copy of Accident Information Sheet (AIS) for each HAZMAT UN number, in
       language of driver & each nation driven in

 *   1 copy of form 626 Motor vehicle inspection sheet



 *   Placarded IAW Dep Equip Marking and Doc Stds SOP (orange plated front
      & rear if it is driven on the road out of the ISA)

 *   Oxygen and acetylene tanks removed



 *   Annotated as HAZMAT on UDL (Notify 21st LOC if UDL Changes, ISA
      responsibility)

 * Indicates NO GO item that must be corrected prior to movement to next station

 Note: Verify HAZMAT is loaded with compatibility chart
 Summary of Changes:_________________________________________________________
 Inspector’s Initials:________________                               14 OCT 2005
BUMPER #___________
                     STATION 2T: DOCUMENTATION FOR TRACKED VEHICLES


                     Start DTG:__________                          End DTG:_________
        Items to Check                                                                              Go/NoGo

        RF tag is present (if required) - 1. Located and fastened properly 2.
        Scans properly 3. MSL Attached to RF tag 4. Record the Tag # on the
        Cover Sheet
        Shipping Document Packet (SDP) placed IAW Dep Equip Marking and
        Doc Stds SOP properly inside the driver’s station (on the hatch if
        practical)
    *   4 MSLs properly applied for the vehicle: (1 on left front bumper, 1 on drivers side front
        “fender” area, 1 on the outside near TC compartment and 1 on the RF ID Tag). IAW
        Marking & Labeling SOP.

        Destination placard placed correctly and clearly visible
        The following documents present and accurate in the SDP:
        • 1 copy of DD Form 1384 Transportation Control Movement Document,
   *      with HAZAMAT or Non-HAZMAT Statement as applicable
   *    • 1 copy of DD 5988E
   *    • 1 copy of DA Form 5748 Load diagram/packing list No sensitive items
          are to be listed on the packing list
   *    • 1 copy of the vehicle’s Form 1387 Military Shipping Label (MSL)
   *    • 2 Copies of Commercial Invoice for Liner Service Vessel MVT
        • If HAZMAT loaded, 3 copies of DD 2890, DD 2890-c, Blk 14 verified
   *      against the load plan and Blk (s) 15-19 verified by physical inspection.
          Complete Blk 20a-20d Container/Vehicle Packing Certificate in
          accordance with 5.4.2.1,
   *    • If HAZMAT loaded, 1 copy of Accident Information Sheet (AIS) for
          each UN number, in language of driver & each nation to be driven in
   *    If HAZMAT loaded:
   *      Annotated as HAZMAT on UDL (If UDL Changes, add to ISA’s
          consolidated list of changes to be reported to 21st LOC daily)
   *      Is the vehicle placarded 3 sides as required

    * Indicates NO GO item that must be corrected prior to movement to next station
 Summary of Changes:_________________________________________________________
                                                                                                    14 OCT 2005
 Inspector’s Initials:________________
BUMPER #___________

              STATION 3: MAINTENANCE INSPECTION
                  Start DTG:__________                  End DTG:_________

     Items to Check                                                                Go/NoGo


     Pre-operations PMCS been completed

     Deficiencies noted on 5988E
  * HAZMAT Vehicle DD 626 Section II verified

  * No class III leaks

  * Batteries secured with hold down brackets, caps in place, absent of
    cracks and leaks
  * Vehicle has record of valid break test within the past year in the vehicle
    equipment record folder.
    If vehicle is being shipped without operational breaks a sign stating
    “Caution! No Brakes. Do not drive, move only with a tow bar.” is present.


  * 5 gal fuel containers that contain JP8 in approved racks

  * Fuel level – see note 1 & 2 below for the vehicle’s fuel tank level. If a no
    go, owning unit must correct.
                                    BULK FUEL

  * Bulk fuel tankers and pods must be purged for shipment with valid
    purge certificate.
  * Valid Hydrostatic Test Documentation

  * Filters and hoses drained


      •    Indicates NO GO item that must be corrected prior to movement to next station

   NOTES: Vehicles report to the ISA for processing with the following fuel levels:
   1. Traveling by military vessel (MSC RO/RO) -1/4 to 3/4 full
   2. Traveling by commercial liner service (vessel) – 1/4 to 1/2 full


  Summary of
  Changes_________________________________________________________________
  ________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                      14 OCT 2005
  Inspector’s Initials:________________
BUMPER #___________

                          STATION 4: FINAL INSPECTION
                  Start DTG:__________                End DTG:_________


      Items to Check                                                                Go/No-Go

  *   Vehicle successfully completed stations 1-3

  *   MSL’s readable

      Ensure that the following information is captured and added to
      the ISA’s daily consolidated report to the 21 st TSC LOC:
      • Corrections made to UDL
      •RF Tag #
  *   March credits issued (if required)

  *   Cover Sheet Filled in with all information, through Station 4

  *   Driver knows where to stage the vehicle

  * Indicates NO GO item that must be corrected prior to movement to next station




* UDL changes and RF ID Tag numbers will be consolidated and forwarded daily to 21st LOC.
This list will also include all motor pool RF ID Tag numbers and UDL changes (actual weights) for
containers inspected at unit motor pools (i.e. ISA containers).

 Summary of
 Changes:____________________________________________________________________
 ___________________________________________________________________________
 ___________________________________________________________________________
 ___________________________________________________________________________

 Inspector’s Initials:________________




                                                                                    14 OCT 2005
BUMPER #___________                      STATION 5A: DOCUMENTATION
                                               FOR CONTAINERS
                              Start DTG:__________                   End DTG:_________

     Items to Check                                                                                             Go/No-
                                                                                                                Go

 *   Container Serviceable
 *   Container serial number readable
 *   Seals and/or locks present on the Container Door
 *   RF tag is present - 1. Located and fastened properly 2. Scans properly 3. MSL Attached to RF tag
     4. Record the Tag # here ___________________________________________________ (and on
     cover sheet if this is for a vehicle containerized at the ISA). Liner service containers will have an RF
     ID TAG burnt with LVL6/TCN for main piece of equipment loaded in the container (I.E. the HMMWV
     being loaded). For liner service containers the ISA will consolidate and forward to 21st LOC a list of
     the Unit generated TCN - Container Number (11 character Alpha-Numeric) – RF ID TAG #.

     Shipping Document Packet placed IAW Dep Equip Marking and Doc Stds SOP
     (Attached near the MSL on the cargo loading door, recommended adhesive: MMM-
     A-1058 Type 1 (8040-00-938-6860)) containing the following:
 *   • 1 copy of DD Form 1384 TCMD, with Non-HAZMAT Statement. (A manual TCMD
       with the Block 10: TCN blank will accompany containers moved via liner service)
 *   • 1 of DA Form 5748 Load diagram/packing list (Ensure no sensitive items are listed
       on packing list)
 *   • 2 copies of Commercial Invoice for Liner Service Vessel
 *   • 1 copy of the container’s Form 1387 Military Shipping Label (MSL)

     Destination placards placed and force package labels placed properly
                The following will be checked at the time the container is weighed:
 *   • UDL updated (Add UDL Changes to ISA’s consolidated list of changes to be
       reported to 21st LOC daily)
 *   • Print MSLs with accurate weight
 *   • MSLs placed properly IAW Marking and Labeling SOP (with loaded weight
       PRINTED on them)
 *   • Containers moving by commercial vessel will not have pad locks but are required
       to have a serial numbered seal.
     • Containers moving by military vessel (MSC) may have a pad lock or serial
       numbered seal placed on it.
* Indicates NO GO item that must be corrected prior to movement to next station
Note: For all containers with sensitive items unit must have 8 copies of DD FORM 1911
to be maintained by cargo custodians.
Summary of Changes________________________________________________                                        14 OCT 2005

Inspector’s Initials:________________
BUMPER #___________

                       STATION 5HAZ: ADDITIONAL INSPECTION
                          FOR CONTAINERS WITH HAZMAT


                     Start DTG:__________                End DTG:_________

          Items to Check:                                                                   Go/No-Go
           In addition to the documentation checked at Station 5A the following
          are required:
     *    • 1 copy of DD Form 1384 TCMD, with HAZMAT Statement. (A manual
            TCMD with the Block 10: TCN blank will accompany containers moved via
            liner service)
     *    3 copies of DD 2890, DD 2890-c, Blk 14 verified against the load plan and Blk
            (s) 15-19 verified by physical inspection. Complete Blk 20a-20d
            Container/Vehicle Packing Certificate in accordance with 5.4.2.1,
     *    • 1 copy of Accident Information Sheet (AIS) for each HAZMAT UN number, in
            language of driver & each nation driven in

          Container placarded as required all 4 sides IAW Marking and Labeling SOP?

          Does UDL indicate HAZMAT?

     * Indicates NO GO item that must be corrected prior to movement to next station


Note:
1. Sensitive Items and Hazardous Materials can not be shipped in the same container.
2. Shipping requirements for UN 2911, Class 7- Radioactive Material: There are no requirements
    for package label, container placarding, Accident Information Sheet, or complete transport
    document for ground transport if the material meets the Excepted Packages of radioactive
    material. These items must meet the following guide lines as outlined in the below regulations:
    IMDG Amendment 32-04 paragraph 2.7.9.1 ADR 2005 edition, paragraph 2.2.7.9.7.

3.       No Class 7- Radioactive Material will be shipped when traveling by commercial vessel.

     REMARKS:
                                                                              __________
                                                      ____________________________________
                 ___________________________________________________________________________


         Inspector’s Initials                                                             14 OCT 2005
Train #_________
                 STATION 6RS: STAGING FOR RAIL
     SP From Staging Area to Rail Head:                    Unit POC:
     Time:                 ___________                   Contact Info:
     SP Location:          ___________
     RP Location:          ___________

  Items to Check                                                             Go/No Go

  All vehicles completed Stations 1-4
  Vehicles reduced for shipment
  Vehicles staged in the correct serial order (ICW Rail Head Operations)




                 STATION 6RLT: RAIL LOAD TEAM
     Spot Time:                                  Pull Time:
     Load Start Time:                            Finish Load Time:
     Unit Rep

  Items to Check                                                             Go/No Go

  RAIL LOAD TEAM
  RAIL LOAD TEAM OIC AND NCOIC REPORTS TO BSB FOR A RAILHEAD
  ORIENTATION NLT 2 DAYS PRIOR TO BEGINNING RAILHEAD OPERATIONS.
  OIC, NCOIC AND SAFETY OFFICER ARE PRESENT DURING RAIL OPERATIONS.
  UNIT'S RAIL LOAD TEAM REPORTS TO THE RAILHEAD NLT 2 HOURS PRIOR TO
  BEGINNING OPERATIONS TO RECEIVE ORIENTATION AND SAFETY BRIEFINGS.
  OIC OR NCOIC CONDUCT AN ORIENTATION AND SAFETY BRIEFING FOR ALL
  RAIL LOAD TEAM PERSONNEL BEFORE RAIL LOADING OPERATIONS.
  ALL MEMBERS OF THE RAIL LOAD TEAM AND THE DEPLOYING UNIT, ARE
  MADE AWARE OF THE POTENTIAL FOR SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH
  RESULTING FROM CONTACT WITH THE OVERHEAD POWER LINES.
  RAIL LOAD TEAM REPORTS WITH ALL REQUIRED EQUIPMENT INCLUDING
  PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE).
  RAIL LOAD TEAM INCLUDES A MINIMUM OF 2 COMBAT LIFESAVERS WITH CBL
  BAG AND A DEDICATED VEHICLE, WITH TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS FOR USE
  DURING RAIL LOAD OPERATIONS.
                                                                           14 OCT 2005
Train #_________

     STATION 6RLE: RAIL ESCORTS AND GUARDS
             Spot Time:                                   Pull Time:
      Load Start Time:                           Finish Load Time:
        Escort NCOIC:                                  Escort Cell #:
   Items to Check                                                                 Go/No Go
    RAIL ESCORTS (REQUIRED FOR ALL UNIT DEPLOYMENT TRAINS TO SPOE)
    RAIL ESCORT TEAM CONSIST OF A MINIMUM OF THREE (3) SOLDIERS, WITH A
     MINIMUM OF ONE (1) NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICER (NCO).
    TEAM IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES AND POSSESSES CELL PHONE, NATO TRAVEL
     ORDERS, IDENTIFICATION CARD AND TAGS. RAIL ESCORT TEAMS MUST BE SELF
     SUFFICIENT FOR BEDDING, RATIONS AND WATER.
   ESCORT TEAMS HAS A COPY OF THE 21ST TSC'S STANDARDIZED RAIL ESCORT
    INSTRUCTIONS.
    RAIL GUARDS (REQUIRED ON TRAINS WITH CLASSIFIED OR SENSITIVE ITEMS)
    RAIL GUARDS MUST BE TRAINED, CERTIFIED AND REHEARSED ON THE USE OF
     DEADLY FORCE, RULES OF ENGAGEMENT, AND ACTIONS ON CONTACT
   GUARD TEAM IN UNIFORM, WITH LBV, KEVLAR AND EQUIPMENT AND POSSESS OF
    A CELL PHONE, NATO TRAVEL ORDERS, IDENTIFICATION CARD AND TAGS. RAIL
    GUARDS MUST BE SELF SUFFICIENT FOR BEDDING, RATIONS AND WATER.
   GUARD TEAM HAS A COPY OF THE 21ST TSC'S STANDARDIZED RAIL ESCORT
    INSTRUCTIONS.
   PREPARE AND PROVIDE TO THE DEPLOYING UNITS' ESCORT TEAMS THEIR RAIL
    ESCORT PACKET. RAIL ESCORT PACKETS INCLUDE (AS A MINIMUM):
   UNIT'S RAIL ESCORT OR RAIL GUARD TEAM REHEARSED AT A MINIMUM:
    RULES OF ENGAGEMENT
    COMMUNICATIONS AND REPORTING
    RAIL SAFETY
    ACTIONS ON CONTACT
    SECURITY OF ARMS AND AMMUNITION (FOR RAIL GUARDS
    ISSUE AND RECOVER AMMUNITION FOR RAIL GUARDS
    CONDUCT PERIODIC COMMUNICATIONS CHECKS WHILE THE TEAM IS ENROUTE.
    COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS.
   PER CGUSAREUR, "FROM THE TIME A TRAIN IS LOADED FOR DEPARTURE TO WHEN IT IS
   UNLOADING, SOLDIERS ARE FORBIDDEN FROM CLIMBING ONTO RAILCARS OR THE
   ONBOARD VEHICLES TO CHECK FOR ANYTHING - SECURITY SEALS OR OTHERWISE."


                                                                                 14 OCT 2005
    Convoy/Serial #______________
                                  STATION 6C: CONVOY/SERIAL
                                        STAGING AREA
     SP From Staging Area to MACG-Barge:      Unit POC:
     Time:                 __________       Contact Info:
     SP Location:          __________ Convoy/Serial POC:
     RP Location:          __________       Contact Info:
                                                                                                                             Go/
Items to Check                                                                                                               NoGo

Convoy/Serial commander and NCOIC reported to the ISA OIC NLT two days prior to the required
and coordinated arrival date of the unit's first piece of equipment at the ISA.
ISA OIC issued the Convoy/Serial commander and NCOIC a detailed Convoy/Serial Commanders'
Pamphlet, covering (as a minimum) the following information:
•Threat and safety briefing.
•Start point (SP) time, location, circumstances and procedures used to delay SP. Primary route between the ISA and release
point (RP)
•Alternate routes between the ISA and RP, and circumstances and procedures to use alternate routes.
•March rate (speed) and catch up speed/procedures.
•Check points (CP), traffic control points (TCP) and times between CPs and TCPs, on each route.
•Convoy/Serial commander's requirements at CPs and TCPs.
•Convoy/Serial support center (CSC) locations, procedures and Convoy/Serial commanders' requirements at each CSC.
•Enroute communications, reporting requirements and instructions.
•Emergency procedures and telephone numbers.
•Rules of engagement/react to battle drills, i.e., What to do if .…
•RP location and RP time and closure report requirements.

STAGING Items To Check
Convoy commander has Convoy clearance number and DD Form 1265 (if required)
Correct type and number of vehicles, IAW Barge Call Forward
Vehicles parked/staged logically IAW Barge Call Forward
HAZMAT parked IAW law and regulation: (separation, grounding, supervision)
Flags, blue for lead vehicles, black and white for Convoy commander, green for trail vehicle and
required signs attached (or available) and in good condition (if required)
Convoy clearance number written in chalk on both side doors for each vehicle (if required)
Convoy/Serial personnel aware of the time they are required to return (if departing staging area)
PRE-DEPARTURE Items To Check
Convoy/Serial commander has Conducted Inspection:
•   Trailer legs fully retracted and secure
•   Trailer umbilical connection and safety chains secure (not touching the ground)
•   Vehicle and trailer brakes locking and releasing properly
•   Convoy Markings and Flags legible and serviceable (if required)

Convoy/Serial commander has Conducted Briefing to Standard:
Convoy/Serial
REMARKS: commander’s Risk Assessment completed
Convoy/Serial OIC and NCOIC know the plan for their Convoy/Serial’s personnel to be returned from
the destination as soon as released. (Arranged with the OIC at the Convoy/Serial’s destination)
  ISA OIC Name: __________________________________________
                                                                                                 14 OCT 2005

    Signature/Date:___________________________________________

				
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