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2-43. Items  listed  in  the  Ship’s  Store  Afloat 2-49. Catalog  for  special  orders  should  also  be ordered  for  stock. 1. True 2. False 2-44. Standard  Navy  clothing  items  of  unusual sizes  on  special  orders  are  procured  for which of the following reasons/persons? 1. For  stock  during  deployment  only 2. For  special  order  stock  only 3. For  individuals  only 4. For engineer repay teams only 2-45. Procurement  of  gold  rating  badges  and service stripes on special orders for patrons  is  limited  to  E-7s  and  above. 1. True 2. False Learning   Objective: Identify  the appropriate procedures for the procurement  of  foreign  and  U.S. merchandise. 2-46. When  are  you  allowed  to  stock  foreign merchandise? 1. When  your  ship  is  outside  the 3-mile  limit  only 2. During  your  ship’s  deployment  only 3. When your ship is in the local area of  operation  only 4. Anytime  as  long  as  limitations  are observed 2-47. For  the  Pacific  Fleet  Foreign  Merchandise Program,  warehouses  of  foreign merchandise  have  been  established  in Yokosuka,    Japan  and  Subic  Bay,  Republic of  the  Philippines. 1. True 2. False 2-48. Procurement  of  which  of  the  following items  of  foreign  merchandise  is prohibited  for  ship’s  stores  afloat? 1. Furs 2. Autos 3. Wines 4. All of the above 2-50. 2-51. 2-52. 2-53. Foreign  merchandise  from  approved communist-controlled  areas  can  be procured  within  specific  limitations. 1. True 2. False Stocks  of  foreign  merchandise  in  the ship’s  store  may  present  a  problem  that is  not  associated  with  U.S.  merchandise for  which  of  the  following  reasons? 1. Foreign  merchandise  does  not  have  the sales  appeal  of  U.S.  merchandise 2. Losses  resulting  from  markdowns  of foreign  merchandise  must  be  absorbed by  the  ship’s  store 3. Foreign  merchandise  must  be  disposed of before the ship returns to the U.S. 4. Foreign  merchandise  cannot  be transferred  to  other  ships Which  of  the  following  guidelines  can help  you  avoid  being  overstocked  with foreign   merchandise? 1. Consult  and  use  the  NAVRESSO bulletins 2. Estimate  carefully  the  potential sales 3. Obtain  all  foreign  merchandise  early 4. All of the above Your  ship  will  leave  Marseilles,  France, for  Pensacola,  Florida,  on  10  June  after operating in the area for over 90 days. What  is  the  latest  date  that  you  should schedule  delivery  of  foreign  merchandise in  Marseilles  other  than  special  order items  for  members  of  the  crew? 1. 1 May 2. 20  May 3. 30 May 4. 10  May Your  ship  is  operating  in  an  overseas area from May 1 to May 28. What limitation  must  you  observe  for  procuring foreign   merchandise? 1. Cash  basis  only 2. Special  orders  only 3. Commanding  officers  cost  limitations only 4. Substitution of like items of U.S. merchandise  only 12

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