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2-58. Transfers from ship’s stores to the GM may consist of which of the following  items? 1. Canned  soda 2. Coffee 3. Drinking  cups 4. Ship’s  emblematic  T-shirts 2-59. Food items listed in the FSC with restricted  usage  may  be  procured  by a GM for which of the following reasons? 1. Gradual  use  during  holidays 2. Immediate  sale  to  private messes 3. For use at ships’ picnics 4. To supplement other stores when extended  at  sea 2–60. The quantitative food allowance prescribed by the DOD Food Cost Index is based on food items authorized by what authority? 1. Navy  Regulations 2. Navy Ration Law 3. U.S.  Treasury 4. U.S.  Department  of  Agriculture 2–61. You  should  find  detailed information  on  determining  ration credit using what publication? 1.  Cost  Control  Manual  for  Messes and  Consolidated  Package  Stores Ashore 2.  DOD Food Cost Index 3. Foodservice   Operations 4. Food   Service   Management volume I 2-62. Ashore activities obtain ration credit information on meals sold and  meals  fed  (rations-in–kind) from the Subtotal line of which of the  following  records? 2-63. Under  which  of  the  following circumstances  should  the  meals  fed as rations-in-kind in a GM be the same as the number of rations allowed  daily? 1. When an ashore mess is operating  in  the  red 2. When an afloat mess is operating  in  the  red 3. When a mess is subsisting from another  mess 4. When a ship is underway 2–64. If the total number of breakfasts, lunches,  and  dinners  sold  for  cash were 12,   27, and 46 respectively, what should be the resulting total of column 6 of the NAVSUP Form 338? 1. 23.10 2. 28.77 3. 31.00 4. 31.60 2–65. If the total number of breakfasts, lunches,    and dinners for meals fed (rations-in-kind)  were  41,  163,  and 148  respectively,  what  should  be the resulting total of column 11 of the  NAVSUP  Form  338? 1. 90.10 2. 90.20 3. 132.60 4. 134.00 2–66. On the NAVSUP Form 338, if the totals in columns 6 and 11 were 18.90  and  53.80  respectively,  what would the resulting figure be in column  12? 1. 23 2. 25 3. 72 4. 73 1. NAVSUP  Form  338 2. NAVSUP  Form  1291 3. NAVSUP  Form  1292 4. NAVSUP  Form  1357 15

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