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Military  activities  have  found  it  necessary  to  feed survivors of such disasters. As the leading MS, you should  be  familiar  with  your  command’s  disaster preparedness  contingency  plan,  which  should  include specifics  on  how  to  set  up  and  feed  the  victims  of disasters.  You  also  should  know  how  to  properly account  for  the  feeding  of  these  personnel.  Accounting procedures  for  emergency  and  disaster  feeding  is covered  in  the  Expenditures  and  Accounting  section  of the NAVSUP P-486, volume I. There are two classes of survivors of disasters used for accounting purposes. These classes are destitute survivors of disasters and survivors of disasters having personal  funds. 1.   Destitute   survivors   of   disasters   include refugees, civilian evacuees, and American merchant seamen.   They   are   conditionally   entitled   to rations-in-kind and may be fed in Navy GMs at sea. The CO must first determine that the survivors are in fact destitute. The issuing command should use a locally prepared  form  to  furnish  information  establishing entitlement of rations issued. This letter (fig. 13-2) is called  the  certification  of  rations  issued  form.  The Ration  System  section  of  the  NAVSUP  P-486,  volume I,  furnishes  instructions  on  the  completion  of  this  form. Ration credit is taken for destitute survivors of disasters in the same reamer as for rations-in-kind personnel. They are recorded on the monthly Ration and Sales  Report,  NAVSUP  Form  1357,  under  Ration Breakdown. Code 14 is used to designate the type of personnel  receiving  rations  as  disaster  survivors. 2. Survivors of disasters having personal funds are authorized to eat in the GM on a cash basis and must pay cash for each meal they receive. The rates charged for these  meals  are  either  those  published  in  the NAVSUPINST 4061.9 or current prices established under the item pricing system. You should make every effort to collect cash from these personnel at the time of sale. This  class  of  personnel  requires  written authorization to receive rations from the GM. This authorization may be included in the supply department or   command   organization   manual.   Charges   and From: (UIC) To: Commanding  officer,  Navy  Food  Service  Systems  Office,  F2  Washington,  DC  20374-1662 Subj: CERTIFICATION OF RATIONS ISSUED REQUIRING REIMBURSEMENT 1. Certification has not been received for rations issued as follows: a. Date(s) issued b.  Number  of  personnel  receiving  rations c. Number of rations issued d. Type of personnel c. Authority to subsist f. Activity and address to bill g. Appropriation to charge (Signature) (Social  Security  No.) (Grade/rate/title) (Service/Country) Figure  13-2.-Certification  of  rations  issued  form. 13-4

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