have drawn them down, and saves time and handling of the product. Scheduled CONSOLs must be requested
through the DESC-O at least 20 days in advance of the CONSOL date. DESC and the Navy split the cost of the
CONSOL when the tanker is on station for 72 hours or less. The Navy pays for all charges that exceed the 72
c. Emergency CONSOL. This is a requirement certified by the Navy to be a bona fide emergency
which cannot be supplied in any other manner. Emergency CONSOLs may be scheduled with DESC provided
they are approved by the Naval Petroleum Office. DESC funds transportation costs for emergency CONSOLs.
Notice of product shipment varies in terms of what data are provided vis-...-vis mode of transportation. CONUS
tanker, barge, and pipeline shipments with acceptance at FOB destination data are furnished by DERs to DESPs.
For overseas shipments, DESC notifies the SAPO and unit commands of shipments slated overseas through the
weekly tanker arrival schedule or direct message when shipments originate outside the SAPO area.
The DD Forms 250 and 250-1 are used as shipment and receipt documents. DD form 250 for is used for
contractor shipments of DLA-owned fuel via overland transport or pipeline. The DD Form 250-1 is used for
shipments and receipts of bulk fuel transported by ocean tankers or barges. DFAMS transactions are used to
confirm shipments documented under DD Form 250. The DD 1348-7 is used to document DOD issues, returns,
and sales (for example, shipments between the military services and DESP to DESP shipments) and issues to non-
DOD units under bilateral agreements. Also, the DD Form 1149 may be used by Navy-operated DESPs to
document issues to afloat and ashore units when the point of sale or issue is in the DESP complex.
Specific practices for determining receipt quantities when the receipt is from a contact source will be outlined in
the contract itself For receipts from a DESP, Volume II, Chapter 5 of DOD 4140.25-M has specific guidance,
depending upon the mode of shipment. In general, for products being received with additives (such as FSII, those
additives must be injected into the bulk product prior to base tankage receipt. Injection sources include
intermediate DESPs, industry sources, and pipeline operators.
Shipping and Receipt Discrepancies.
When the mode-specific receipt determination and delivery acceptance practices outlined in DOD 4140.25-M are
not followed, contact the DER. For quantity discrepancies, follow actions in Chapter 10 of DOD 4140.25-M. For
quality discrepancies, promptly notify the QAR, the shipper, DER, and DESC, as appropriate and initiate an SF
361 or SF 368 with required additional documentation.