2-16. Lesson 2 Practice Exercise Answer Key and Feedback, Continued
Priority abuse results in failure of transportation assets to support the
RDD. The other responses are guidelines for avoiding priority abuse.
Placing transportation equipment in reserve in the anticipation of
unforeseen requirements is an equipment allocation that should not be
followed. All other responses are transportation tactical requirements.
Classified cargo requires positive inbound clearance. Perishable cargo and
rail shipments require positive inbound clearance when delivery is made
after normal hours of operation. Page 2-24.
The origin MCT challenges all TP 1 requests with a RDD of 999. The
destination MCT contacts the consignee to challenge the validity of the
priority for 999/high priority cargo movements. Page 2-25 and 2-29.
The report of shipment (REPSHIP) is an advanced notice of shipment.
All are minimum data requirements for the Transportation Control and
Movement except the TO name. Page 2-30.