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2-54. 2-55. 2-56. 2-57. 2-58. 2-59. By what means can SH2 Lisa Rankin procure foreign  merchandise  while  her  ship  is  in Pensacola, Florida? 1. Special orders through the ship’s store 2. Special  orders  through  the  local  Navy exchange 3. Special  orders  through  the  exchange mail order program 4. Program orders through NAVRESSO representative The advantage of making customers aware of using the exchange mail order program is  the  opportunity  for  your  ship  to receive  rebate  checks. 1. True 2. False At lest how often does NAVRESSO distribute rebate checks to ships participating  in  mail  order  sales? 1. Monthly 2. Quarterly 3. Triennially 4. Annually Rebate checks go directly to ship’s store profits, Navy, as which of the following types  of  receipts? 1. Refund 2. Contribution 3. Gain  by  Inventory 4. All of the above In  addition  to  general  limitations  that apply  to  all  merchandise,  qualitative limits  are  specified  for  which  of  the following  types  of  merchandise? 1. Cameras 2. Jewelry 3. Sun  glasses 4. Leather goods Which  of  the  following  items  is/are  NOT authorized for stock and sale through ship’s  store? 1. Beer 2. Wallets 3. Nail files 4. Sunglasses 2-60. Authorized  items  of  stock  such  as lighters,  cups,  and  stationery  that  bear your  ship’s  identification  should  be limited to what total number of days of stocks? 1. 120 2. 60 3. 30 4. 90 2-61. You  should  limit  stock  with  your  ship’s identification  to  what  maximum percentage  of  your  ship’s  total complement? 1. 10% 2. 20% 3. 25% 4. 40% 2-62. What  limiting  factor  applies  to  the quantity  of  tax-free  tobacco  products  you may stock? 1. Anticipated  sales  for  90  days 2. Sales  of  the  previous  90  days 3. Anticipated  sales  while  your  ship  is beyond  the  3-mile  limit 4. Anticipated  sales  to  40  percent  of your ship’s complement Learning  Objective: Recognize  the cycle  used  by  the  Navy  for  effective stock  control,  and  identify  how stock  turn  affects  the  senior  Ship’s Servicemen  as  a  buyer. 2-63. The  primary  purpose  of  effective  stock control in a ship’s store is to ensure a stock  level  that  will  accomplish  which  of the  following  objectives? 1. Keep  the  storeroom  full  at  all  times 2. Provide  most  of  the  essential  items most of the time 3. Generate  maximum  sales  with  minimum inventory 4. Offer  a  complete  range  of  all authorized   items 2-64. Procurement  of  chip’s  store  stock  is financed  by  what  source? 1. Current  year’s  appropriation 2. Navy  Stock  Fund 3. Ship’s  Store  Profits  Navy 4. Profile  from  each  individual  store 13

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