with Army Regulation (AR) 710-2 the Fort McCoy Directorate of
Logistics has established an Ammunition Amnesty Program. The
Ammunition Amnesty Program is necessary to ensure maximum recovery of
military ammunition, explosives and residue items (no commercial
The program is
established to provide an opportunity for individuals to return
ammunition, which has been stolen, misplaced or erroneously left in
the possession of a unit after turn-in and reconciliation has been
finalized. These returns can be made without fear of prosecution.
information can be found in AR 710-2, Department of the Army Pamphlet
(DA PAM) 710-2-1 and 710-2-2 contained in the Unit Supply Update.
Ammunition falling into this category may be turned in at the
Ammunition Supply Point, building 9036, with no questions asked, and
Program is not designed, nor will it be used, to circumvent the normal
turn-in procedures. Unit commanders are to make every effort to
recover unused ammunition and turn it in to the Ammunition Supply
Point as specified in DA PAM 710-2-1, chapter 11.
turned in under the Ammunition Amnesty Program does not relieve
commanders of the responsibility to account for all ammunition issued
as specified in AR 710-2 and DA PAM 710-2-1. All shortages will be
cleared as specified in DA PAM 710-2-1, chapter 11.
will be accounted for and cleared as specified under the provisions of
AR 735-5, AR 190-11 or National Guard Regulation 190-11, as
turn-ins will be accepted during normal duty hours only, and by
Ammunition Storage personnel only.
may be directed to the Ammunition Supply Office, 608-388-3604/4277 or
Ammunition Storage, 608-388-2820.