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NAVY  RESALE  SYSTEM . Freight terminal division—Receives, ships. delivers,   and   controls   the   movement   of   all material. l Labor and equipment division—Maintains a  residual  labor  and  equipment  pool. Mobile  Logistics  Support  Force The purpose of the MLSF is to keep the fleet supplied with fuel, food, general stores, technical repair  parts,  and  services.  These  materials  and services  are  made  available  through  underway replenishment  (UNREP)  or  in-port  replenishment (INREP)  in  foreign  harbors.  Through  the  use  of the  MLSF,  the  fleet  can  remain  at  sea  for  pro- tracted  periods  of  time. Some of the ships that makeup the MLSF are as  follows: .   Combat   stores   ships   (AFS)—Carry   a “load” of general stores, ship’s repair parts, elec- tronic  repair  parts,  aviation  repair  parts,  food items, and ship’s store stock. The shopping guides for the AFS are the Afloat Shopping Guide (ASG) and  Consolidated   Afloat   Requisitioning   Guide Overseas  (CARGO). . Stores ships (AF)—Carry a wide variety of frozen  and  dry  foods  items  and  certain  items  of general  stores  and  ship’s  store  stock. .  Oilers  (AO)—Carry  bulk  fuels,  a  deckload of bottled gas and drummed oil, and some items of  general  stores  and  ship’s  store  stock. . Ammunition ships (AE)—Carry explosives and  hazardous  ammunition  and  related  materials. .  Fast  combat  support  ships  (AOE)—A high-speed  combination  of  the  AE  and  AO. .   Destroyer/submarine   tenders   (AD/AS)— Belong to type commanders and carry a range of repair  parts  and  consumables  to  support  a  specific ship type. These  ships  act  as  extensions  of  the  supply system and are actually specialized afloat supply depots.  The  stores  issue  ships  conduct  business at  sea  by  highline  or  helicopter  transfer,  or  in foreign  ports.  These  transfers  are  known  as  under- way replenishment (UNREP), vertical replenish- ment   (VERTREP),   or   in-port   replenishment (INREP). The   overall   purpose   of   the   Navy   Resale System  is  to  provide  authorized  patrons  with quality  merchandise  and  services  at  reasonable prices.  By  offering  attractive,  convenient,  well- managed facilities, the Navy Resale System con- tributes to the morale of the men and women in the naval service. The Resale System consists of four  separate  programs:  Navy  exchanges,  com- missary stores, ship’s stores afloat, and Military Sealift Command (MSC) exchanges. All of these programs  are  managed  by  the  Navy  Resale  and Services Support Office (NAVRESSO) which was created by the Naval Supply Systems Command as  a  field  activity. NAVY  RESALE  AND  SERVICES SUPPORT  OFFICE  (NAVRESSO) The Navy Resale and Services Support Office watches over the effectiveness of the Navy Resale and Services Support System and acts as a cen- tral manager for the system’s individual programs. As   the   Navy’s   Resale   System’s   central management  activity,  NAVRESSO’s  mission  is defined  as  follows: o   To   provide   support   for   resale   services, clothing,  and  food  services,  afloat  and  ashore .  To  conduct  clothing  and  textile  research and  development l  To  perform  such  other  functions  as  may be  directed  by  the  Commander,  Naval  Supply Systems  Command According  to  the  goals  of  the  Navy  Resale System,  the  Navy  Resale  and  Services  Support Office  directs,  operates,  and  provides  manage- ment,  administrative,  and  technical  guidance  to Navy  Resale  and  Services  Support  regions  and commissary   stores,   Navy   and   Military   Sealift Command   exchanges,   Navy   ship’s   stores   and ship’s stores activities afloat, and enlisted dining facilities   afloat   and   ashore.   NAVRESSO   also develops  and  monitors  procedures  for  maintaining officers’ messes afloat and provides technical and management guidance to the naval uniform pro- gram. NAVRESSO commands the Navy Clothing and  Textile  Research  Facility  (NCTRF)  which conducts  clothing  and  textile  research  and development.  NAVRESSO  also  directs  the  Navy 2-7

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