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Use by logistics staff officers, combat health support officers, and commanders to report an assessment of the availability and capability of sustaining current and future unit operations. Can be executed as an estimate if required. Each class of supply requires a narrative that includes line number, quantity on-hand, and earliest time on station of resupply of critically short supplies or equipment. Send IAW commander’s situation report. Reference: FM 101-5 and FM 700-80.

LINE 1 — DATE AND TIME______________________________(DTG)

LINE 2 — UNIT________________________________________(Unit Making Report)

LINE 3 — CDR’S ASSESSMENT__________________________(Commander’s Assessment)

LINE 4 — CLASS I______________________________________(Class I Narrative)

LINE 5 — CLASS II_____________________________________(Class II Narrative)

LINE 6 — CLASS III____________________________________(Class III Narrative)

LINE 7 — CLASS IV____________________________________(Class IV Narrative)

LINE 8 — CLASS V_____________________________________(Class V Narrative)

LINE 9 — CLASS VI____________________________________(Class VI Narrative)

LINE 10 — CLASS VII___________________________________(Class VII Narrative)

LINE 11 — CLASS VIII__________________________________(Class VIII Narrative)

LINE 12 — CLASS IX___________________________________(Class IX Narrative (Include Maintenance Status))

LINE 13 — WATER_____________________________________(Class I Water)

LINE 14 — TRANSPORTATION___________________________(Transportation Assets Available)

LINE 15 — NARRATIVE_________________________________(Free Text for Additional Information Required for Clarification of Report

LINE 16 — AUTHENTICATION___________________________(Report Authentication)

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