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2-28. The subsistence requisitioning tables contained in the CARGO provide alternative balanced loads that range to support a 30-day level of supply for what maximum number of persons? 1. 1,000 2. 2,000 3. 3,000 4. 4,000 2-29. If the frozen storage requirement for  ground  beef  for  157  personnel for 100 days is 1,850 cubic feet and you are directed to carry an additional 20-day supply, what additional number of cubic feet of storage space will this require? 1. 307 2. 370 3. 377 4. 380 2-30. If the chilled storage requirement for  butter  for  1,000  personnel  for 90 days is 2,435 cubic feet and you are directed to load out for 45 days  for  800  personnel,  what  total number of cubic feet of chilled storage space will be required for the  butter? 1. 947 2. 974 3. 977 4. 980 2-31. Requests  for  exceptions  or deviations from food item usage restrictions  must  be  submitted  to what ultimate authority? 1. DOD  food  planning  board 2. NAVFSSO 3. NAVSUP 4. Type  commander IN  ANSWERING  QUESTIONS  2-32  THROUGH  2-34, COMPUTE  THE  USABLE  CAPACITY  OF  THE  STORAGE SPACE  USING  THE  DIMENSIONS  GIVEN  AS  THE QUESTION. 2-32. Total length of 28 feet 5 inches with no obstructions; total width of 16 feet 3 inches requiring allowances for a 3-foot 2-inch passage  and  2-foot  coils;  and  total height of 11 feet 6 inches requiring  allowances  for  7–inch lights  and  9-inch  gratings. 1. 2,888  cubic  feet 2. 3,023  cubic  feet 3. 3,149  cubic  feet 4. 3,202 cubic feet 2-33. Total length of 36 feet 8 inches with no obstructions; total width of 23 feet 6 inches requiring allowances  for  a  2-foot  3-inch passage  and  2-foot  coils;  and  total height of 11 feet 3 inches requiring  allowances  for  8-inch lights  and  5-inch  gratings. 1. 6,473  cubic  feet 2. 7,059  cubic  feet 3. 7,179  cubic  feet 4. 7,189  cubic  feet 2-34. Total length of 19 feet 8 inches with no obstructions; total width of 13 feet 5 inches requiring allowances for a 5-foot 3-inch passage  and  4–foot  coils;  and  total height of 9 feet 3 inches requiring allowances  for  6–inch  lights  and 9-inch  gratings. 1. 568  cubic  feet 2. 586 cubic feet 3. 650  cubic  feet 4. 656  cubic  feet 11

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