Lesson 4/Learning Event 2
Turn-In of Property Book Items. Property book items must be either excess
or unserviceable not repairable by support maintenance, before they can be
turned in. Do not use a return advice code. If the item is excess and has
a technical publication, enter the words "Turn-In Excess Suspended."
SSA will perform a technical inspection after the item is turned in. If the
item is excess but does not have a technical publication and works, enter
the words "Turn-In Excess Serviceable."
If it does not work, enter the words "Turn-In Excess Unserviceable." If the
item is not excess, enter the words "Turn-In Replacement Unserviceable." If
the item is also unserviceable, enter an explanation, such as "T" for fair
wear and tear. Use the same document number that was assigned to the item.
Make sure the following documents accompany the turn-in:
Two copies of DA Form 2062 (Hand Receipt/Annex Number) signed by the
commander or PBO, one copy of which is for suspense. The suspense copy is
destroyed when final credit is received.
classifying the item as unserviceable, when a replacement is required.
Two copies of DA Form 461-5 (Vehicle Classification Inspection) are
required if the items are in Federal supply group (FSG) 23, FSG 24, and
replacement is required.
Turn-In of Expendable and Durable Supplies.
Serviceable expendable and
durable supplies must be turned in to the SSA, when they are excess.
Unserviceable expendable and durable supplies with RCs A, D, F, H, and L
must also be turned in to the SSA.
Turn-In of "Found on Installation Property."
All "found on installation
property" is required to be turned in to a stock record accountable officer.
When known, "found on installation property" is turned in to the SSA that
would supply the item. If not known, it can be turned in to any SSA.
Turn-In of Inventory Temporarily In Use (ITIU). The ITIU items are owned by
the SSA that issued the items.
They remain on the SSA's accountable
The ITIU items must always be turned in to the SSA that issued