(3) Ration Transfers. List the transfer of residual items to another
field kitchen or the garrison facility on a DA Form 3294-R. The authorized
representative of the garrison dining facility receiving the items signs DA
PART C - RECEIPT, INSPECTION, AND STORAGE
Part of your planning must include procedures for receiving subsistence.
Make sure that food service personnel know and follow these procedures.
a. Army Field Feeding System Accountability.
The AFFS accounting
procedures establish a single system to account for all field rations (A, B,
and T Rations or MRE). Under the AFFS procedures, rations move through the
various supply locations until they are issued to a field kitchen area. DA
Form 3294-R is a multipurpose form that is used to request, receive,
transfer, and turn in the following items:
Unopened T- and B-Ration modules.
Cases of MREs.
Loose, undamaged semiperishable A- and B-Ration components.
You may use a DA Form 3294-R facsimile when an automated ordering system is
available. Ensure that rations are accounted for at all times as they move
through the supply system.
b. Field Kitchen Receipts.
The formal function of receiving
subsistence is completed only at the field kitchen level (not at the Class I
or the TISA levels). Instruct personnel to verify and to account for all
quantities of subsistence on DA Form 3294-R and to sign in the next
available "Received By" block.
The FSS must ensure that all subsistence
that is obtained from either a Class I supply point or a TISA for the field
kitchen is inspected for condition.
The quantities must be listed in the
"Supply Action" column of DA Form 3294-R before you accept them at the field
Receipts of Semiperishables.
Ensure that all rations are inspected before issue documents are
cans are opened and when food items are in their preparation phases.