the commanding officer, The officer having
custodial responsibility cannot be a member of
the board. On small ships and installations,
the SMDR may be a board member.
SURVEY OF CONTROLLED
Destroy controlled substances in the presence
of at least one member of the survey board.
Remove the amount destroyed from the stock
records and the controlled substances log. Destroy
items in a manner that ensures total destruction
and prevents subsequent use. Destruction must
be done in a manner that meets federal, state, and
local air and water pollution control standards.
A survey is the procedure required when Navy
property and Defense Logistics Agency material
in Navy custody is lost, damaged, or destroyed
except in incoming shipments. Its purpose is to
determine responsibility for lost, damaged or
destroyed property and to fix the actual loss to the
government. To make a true determination, the
facts surrounding the loss or damage must be
thoroughly surveyed in a timely manner. The
following forms will be used in connection with
. GPLD (Government Property Lost or
Damaged) Survey Certificate, DD 2090. This will
be used if no personal responsibility is evident.
This form will normally be prepared by the
person who conducted causative research.
l Report of Survey, DD 200. This will be
used if personal responsibility is evident, if the
reviewing authority does not approve the
DD Form 2090, or if the commanding officer or
higher authority so directs. This form will be
initiated by the accountable responsible person.
There is no longer an Informal Survey or a
Formal Survey. When circumstances warrant,
such as when there is an indication of criminal
action or gross negligence, the commanding
officer or designee will appoint a Survey Officer
or a Survey Board. Individuals who are ac-
countable or responsible will not be appointed
as surveying officers. A survey board may
consist of two or more persons. Commissioned
or warrant officers are normally appointed
to survey boards. It is recognized that, because
of the nature of activities or types of personnel
by which manned, there may not be enough
officers available to appoint to the board. If such
conditions exist, qualified enlisted personnel in
grades E-8 or E-9 or qualified civilian personnel
GS-11 or above maybe appointed to the board.
In no event will the commanding officer or
designee delegate authority to review surveys
to the following individuals:
. The person on whose records the material
being surveyed is carried.
l The person charged with custody of the
material being surveyed.
. The surveying officer or members of
the survey board.
For more detailed information about surveys,
consult the following references: NAVSUP
Manual, volumes II and IV; NAVSUP P-485,
Afloat Supply Procedures; NAVSUP P-486,
Food Service Management; and NAVSUP P-487,
Ships Store Afloat.
Plant property includes all real property either
owned or accounted for by the Navy. It also
includes personal property of a capital nature
located in activities composing the Naval Shore
Establishment or in plants of private contractors.
. REAL PROPERTYany interest in land
or anything permanently attached to it, in-
cluding structures, fixtures, and improvements
. PERSONAL PROPERTYa right or in-
terest in anything movable or separate from
Plant property is divided into four classes
for the purpose of management, financial and
technical control, and related expenditures.
PLANT PROPERTY CLASS Iland
P L A N T P R O P E R T Y C L A S S I I
buildings and improvements
PLANT PROPERTY CLASS IIIequip-
ment (less industrial)
PLANT PROPERTY CLASS IV
The accountability and reporting of plant
property applies to all active, inactive,