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4-18. 4-19. 4-20. 4-21. Ventilation, temperature, and humidity are storage factors that require  special  attention  in  the  storage of  which  of  the  following  types  of  stock? 1. Watches and jewelry 2. Radios  and  tape  recorders 3. Film  and  fountain  supplies 4. Soap  and  toothpaste What  are  the  two  types  of  intrastore transfers? 1. Breakouts 2. Transfers 3. Breakouts 4. Transfers What document and and and and transfers issues for use issues to use surveys should  you  use  to  account for  the  movement  of  stock  from  the  bulk storeroom  to  the  ship’s  store? 1. NAVSUP  973 2. DD Form 1155 3. NAVSUP  1250 4. DD  Form  1348 Under which of the following conditions are Intrastore Transfer Data form NOT required  for  stock  movement? 1. In  a  separate  operation 2. In  a  walk-in  store  operation 3. In  a  combined  operation 4. In an issue for use Learning   Objective: Recognize  the differences in the receipt procedures to  be  followed  when  stock  is  received aboard a ship with a supply corps officer  and  aboard  a  ship  without  an assigned  supply  corps  officer. QUESTIONS  4-22  THROUGH  4-26  REFER  TO  A  SHIP’S STORE AFLOAT OPERATION IN A SHIP WITHOUT A SUPPLY  CORPS  OFFICER  ASSIGNED. 4-22. A  shipment  is  received  from  another supply  officer  and  there  is  a  shortage. Which  of  the  following  actions  should  be taken  for  processing  of  the receipt   documents? 4-23. 1. 2. 3. 4. The  original  should  be  signed,  the quantity  indicated  should  be accepted,  and  the  loss  should  be surveyed The  recordskeeper  should  list  the quantity  of  the  shortage  on  the original  and  all  copies  of  the receipt  document  and  should  then sign the original and return it to the  transferring  activity The  recordskeeper  should  list  the quantity  of  the  shortage  on  the original  and  all  copies  of  the receipt  document,  then  the  chip’s store  officer  should  sign  the original  and  return  it  to  the transferring   activity The  ship’s  store  officer  should  sign the  original  receipt  document, Indicate  the  quantity  of  shortage, and  return  the  original  to  the transferring  activity  for  correction When  a  shortage  occurs  on  a  delivery  from a commercial carrier, on what document should  you  record  the  shortage Information  when  your  ship  has  no  Supply Corps  officer? 1. The  dealer’s  invoice 2. The  original  purchase  order 3. The  government  bill  of  lading  or other  shipping  document 4. The  receipt  document  taken  from the  outstanding  purchase order  file 25

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