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Demilitarization

Controlled Property/DEMIL Division is responsible for validation, accountability and distribution of DEMIL policy ad special processing procedures throughout DLA Disposition Services.  This Division supports the warfighter mission by coordinating long term management solutions with DOD counterparts, and ensuring compliant processing of controlled & DEMIL required property worldwide.

DEMIL Programs

Controlled Property Verification Office (CPVO)

The CPVO is responsible for reviewing DLA Disposition Services property before it enters the sales cycle with the objective of preventing government-sensitive or controlled property from being released to the public. 
 
The CPVO also focuses on analyzing the accuracy of the assigned demilitarization (DEMIL) code assigned to each National Stock Number (NSN) in DLA Disposition Services inventory as well as maintain the controlled property lists such as the F-14, NWRM, Military Camo Uniforms, and SALD.
 
For questions concerning the information presented, please contact  CPVO@dla.mil

Small Arms Serialization Program (SASP)

DLA Disposition Services Central DEMIL Depot (CDD) Anniston is provider of demilitarization for serialized weapons and serialized weapon parts. These items should be shipped directly CDD Anniston. Visit the CDD Anniston page for shipping address and contact information. 

Non-serialized and controlled item inventory code (CIIC) 2-4 weapons parts are required to be shipped to the Anniston Field Site.

Small Arms Weapons Trainer Systems

Small arms weapons trainers are controlled property that require demilitarization. This includes all corresponding parts in the system, to include upper and lower receivers, trigger assemblies, as well as any other aspects of the trainer. Depending on the physical location of the systems involved, different instructions may be required to be followed. For shipping and contact information, please click the corresponding link below. 

CONUS: Property that fails end of screening data (ESD) is required to be shipped to CDD Anniston.

Europe and Africa: Ship to CDD Kaiserslautern 
Note for OCONUS: Serialized weapons parts (trigger housing, upper/lower receivers magazines) will be removed from trainer systems (after failing ESD) and shipped to CDD Anniston.

Indo-Pacific: Demilitarization in place is authorized for weapons trainers. No requirements for shipping involved. 

DEMIL questions can be sent via email to: demilhelp@dla.mil 
 

For reutilization or disposal the generating military personnel or contractor of the DLA activity will contact the Central DEMIL Division (CDD) Small Arms for turn-in and shipping instructions. Generating military personnel or contractors of the DLA activity will also be informed of small arms that are unacceptable for disposal (as covered by moratorium). This will alleviate unnecessary shipments of small arms and weapons. When possible, prior to shipment, the CDD will assist the generator with identifying, and resolving any problems that may prohibit or delay the acceptance of a small arm. Air guns: pellet rifles, bb guns/pistols, paint ball guns should be turned into your nearest Central Demil Division for disposal. 

The generator will update their component small arms registry, and electronically transmit the  shipment transaction to the DLA SASP as instructed in DOD 4000.25-2-M, Military Standard Transaction Reporting and Accounting Procedures. The generating military personnel or contractor of the DLA activity will send the small arms weapon in partial or complete form to the DLA Disposition Services CDD in Anniston, Alabama. 

  • A listing of serial numbers associated with each DD 1348-1, Inert Certificates, and the Letter of Appointed Personnel (LOA) that performed the Inert Certification,  addressed to Central Demil Division Anniston, AL will be furnished with each turn in of weapons. Partial and/or complete weapons will not be mixed on an Issue/Release/Receipt Document (IRRD). One IRRD per NSN (weapon type); no mixed weapons in a container

  • Partial/Incomplete weapons turned in under the whole weapon NSN, require the accompanying Missing Parts List. Reference 4160.21-M, Chapter 4

  • NO local stock numbers may be accepted. To obtain a Material Control Number (MCN) please contact  LDAC

  • BURNT weapons may not be accepted without an ARM. To obtain an ARM, please contact  LDAC

  • The SHIP TO DODAAC is SYD184, SHIP TO ADDRESS: DLA Disposition Services Anniston, Bldg. 104, 7 Frankford Ave, Anniston, AL 36201

Additional SASP Information

Only Condemned M-1 carbines, M-1 Garand rifles, M-14 rifles, .22 caliber rifles, .30 caliber rifles, or M1911 pistols may be disposed of to DLA Disposition Services.  DLA Disposition Services cannot accept any of the small arms or receivers of the small arms covered by the "moratorium" unless they are condemned/unserviceable (CC "H")  or DEMIL residue, i.e., DEMIL having been performed by the MILSVC. 

The generator should use the following forms to satisfy Letters of Unserviceable Property – (Condemned) they would be the "equivalent" piece.  These forms are referenced in MIL-STD-129P, Military Marking for Shipment and Storage:  DD Form 1577 (Unserviceable (Condemned) Tag - Material) or DD Form 1577-1 (Unserviceable (Condemned) Label - Material).

OSD Moratorium

SASP Forms

LDAC Contact

DOD Small Arms/Light Weapons Registry
Soldier Support Center
USARMY Logistics Data Analysis Center

Emailusarmy.redstone.ldac.mbx.service-desk@mail.mil
Toll Free: 1-866-211-3367
Commercial: 256-955-7716
OCONUS DSN: 312-645-7716
CONUS DSN: 645-7716

eRecycling Program

DLA Disposition Services is appointed by the Department of Defense (DoD) for the implementation of environmentally sound procedures for the disposition of electronics. 

Many electronic products contain hazardous materials such as lead, beryllium, cadmium, and mercury. 

Our mission is to responsibly recycle and dispose of electronics in accordance with Federal, State, and local laws and DoD policies to protect national security, personally identifiable information (PII), and the environment.

JEFS Program

JPEO CBD Enterprise Fielding and Surveillance Directorate (JEFS) is the responsible DoD component for dispositions and demilitarization of all Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRN-D) Individual Protective Equipment (IPE), also known as NBC equipment. This service is managed by the JEFS Defense Accountability Reutilization and Disposal (DARD) activity. The JEFS has three areas of services for IPE, disposal/demilitarization, reutilization of Code “A” and training assets.

To Request Disposition/Disposal send completed form to smblogcomjeap@usmc.mil

JEFS NIIN List

Request Combat Code “A” assets

To request Training Assets:

  1. Fill out the Training Asset Request Form and email the completed form to smblogcomjeap@usmc.mil
  2. A JEFS representative will call the customer at the contact number you provided on the request to review/validate your request and answer any questions you may have.
  3. Once the JEFS has received the funding required, your assets will be shipped to the DODAAC you provided.  

Note:  If you have any questions please contact DLA Disposition Services Program JEFS Manager at: Demilhelp@DLA.mil 

Nuclear Weapons Related Material (NWRM)

NWRM items are DOD designated classified or unclassified assemblies and subassemblies identified by the Military Departments that comprise or could comprise a standardized war reserve nuclear weapon (including equivalent training devices). 

In order to ensure positive inventory control of NWRM, the USAF has assumed responsibility for NWRM storage, handling, and accountability. 

However, the long-term management of NWRM requires cooperation between the USAF, other agencies and DLA (including Disposition Services).