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ARSNT can check serial numbers.

Dear Half-Mast,

I'm Crying to reconcile some financial liability investigation of property loss (FLIPL) information. I was told I could access the Logistics information Warehouse (UW) to track items by serial number to see if another unit may have my equipment- But I don't J<now how Co do this. Please advise.

SGT P.K.

Dear Sergeant P.K.,

Glad to help. Try the Army Serial Number Tracker (ARSNT) in LIW's WebLIDB. It pulls serial number data from many Army databases, and can identify the owner and location of a serial-numbered item. First, use your CAC to log into LIW at the Logistics Support Activity: https://liw.logsa.army.mil/

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You must now personally customize LOGSA's LIW portal to show only the applications you choose. If you do not already have the WebLIDB icon on your main portal page, choose it from the list in App Warehouse at the bottom of portal page. Select Create Shortcut to add the icon to your portal entrance.

IF YOU ENCOUNTER PROBLEMS, CONTACT LOGSA'S HELP DESK SUPPORT AT

usarmy.redstone.logse.mbx.help-desk@mail.mil

In WebLIDB, on the left side of the screen under the WebLIDB Reporting tab, choose Army Serial Number Tracker, and then click on Query Options.

Try the Serial Number Simple Query--Non-RATTS (Radioactive Testing and Tracking System) search first, and if you have no luck, then try the advanced one. If you are looking for serial number history, try the Serial Number History Query--Non-RATTS search.

Half-Mast

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Title Annotation:Logistics Management ...; Army Serial Number Tracker
Publication:PS, the Preventive Maintenance Monthly
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Dec 1, 2012
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