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DKs maintain the personal financial records (PFRs) of military personnel. They review these records for accuracy,  process  the  required  documents  affecting military pay entitlements and deductions, and perform related  computations.  They  prepare  military  payrolls, determine  transportation  entitlements,  and  compute travel  allowances  incurred  by  military  personnel  and their    dependents. DKs  also  process  vouchers supporting  receipt  and  expenditures  of  public  monies and ensure accuracy of accounting data. They maintain related  fiscal  records,  prepare  associated  reports  and returns, and operate ADP equipment associated with the administration  of  the  Navy  pay  system. Mess Management Specialist.—  The insignia for the  Mess  Management  Specialist  (MS)  rating  is  a replica of crossed keys and a quill resting on the face of an open book. MSs operate and manage Navy messes and living quarters  established  to  subsist  and  accommodate  naval personnel.  They  estimate  quantities  and  kinds  of foodstuffs  required.  They  also  assist  supply  officers  in the  ordering  and  storage  of  subsistence  items  and procurement  of  equipment  and  mess  gear.  MSs  prepare menus;  plan,  prepare,  and  serve  meals;  and  maintain foodservice  spaces  and  associated  equipment  in  a  clean and  sanitary  condition,  including  storerooms  and refrigerated  spaces. Ship’s Serviceman.—The insignia for the Ship’s Serviceman (SH) rating is a symbol of a crossed key and quill. 2-23 SHs  provide  direct  personal  services  by  operating and managing resale activities such as ship’s stores, commissary stores, and Navy exchanges. They also operate  and  manage  service  activities  of  the  ship’s stores  and  Navy  exchanges  such  as  laundry  and dry-cleaning facilities, vending machines, fountains, snack bars, and barbershops. They perform clerical and stock control functions for all activities operated. Storekeeper.— The  insignia  for  the  Storekeeper (SK) rating is a replica of crossed keys. SKs  order,  receive,  inspect,  store,  preserve, package, ship, and issue materials and cargo. They account for government materials and prepare and maintain  required  forms,  records,  correspondence, reports,  and  files. OCCUPATIONAL FIELD 17 (MEDIA).—  This occupational field consists of the Illustrator Draftsman (DM),   Journalist   (JO),   Lithographer   (LI),   and Photographer’s Mate (PH) ratings. Illustrator  Draftsman.—The  insignia  for  the Illustrator Draftsman (DM) rating is the symbol of a compass imposed on a triangle. DMs prepare technical illustrations for training aids and   publications,   graphic   arts   for   audiovisual presentations and sketches, and working drawings for the fabrication of materials. They operate and maintain graphic  arts  reproduction  and  audiovisual  presentation equipment. Journalist.— The insignia for the Journalist (JO) rating is a symbol of a crossed quill and scroll.

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