willingness to share is noteworthy. This guide is just one small example of what is available on LOGNet.
Disclaimer: We could go on forever but, by the time we finished, LOGNet would assuredly have an entirely new look, new expanded content, additional capabilities and features. Therefore, do yourself a big favor and take advantage of LOGNet by visiting often.
: For you esoteric types, visit the Army at: and learn about the (CPI) strategy which includes as a tool. The principles espoused here have application down to the user level (us). Enough said!
A. Did you know you can query the LIW database by DODAAC and check the accuracy of your unit’s DODAAC information, including TAC addresses? Just go to: , expand force on the left side of the page, click on DODAAC information, then DODAAC search” and enter the DODAAC you wish to validate.
B. TAC addresses, also known as in-the-clear addresses, are tied to your unit’s DODAACs to identify the delivery location of your unit’s supplies. An explanation of TAC addresses may be found in AR 725-50, paragraph 9-2(b).
C. Your Installation DODAAC coordinator performs an annual DODAAC reconciliation per AR 710-2, paragraph 1-24. Should you discover problems with your TAC addresses, notify the DODAAC coordinator for correction. Check back with LIW to ensure your requested changes take effect.
D. Another option to validate DODAAC information is the Defense Automatic Addressing System. Just go to: , click DODAAC along the left side of the page and enter the DODAAC you wish to validate. Here you will find additional query options, such as: Search DODAAC by ZIP code, Routing Identifier Code (RIC), National Item Identification Number (NIIN), etc.
Tip # 11: OPLOGPLN 5.1
A. You can find the Army's Operational Logistics Planner tool @:
B. We recommend you refer to the to get you started using this great tool.