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Under   all   circumstances,   the   commanding officer   (or   his   delegated   representative)   must approve  all  issues  for  health  and  comfort  items on  a  Request  and  Receipt  for  Health  and  Com- fort  Supplies  (DD  504).  The  commanding  officer must approve all issues for standard Navy clothing on  a  Requisition  Receipt,  Men’s  (NAVSUP  28) or   a   Requisition   Receipt,   Women’s   (NAVSUP 28A).   Before   the   forms   are   sent   to   the   com- manding   officer   for   approval,   the   member’s name,  social  security  number,  and  pay  status should  be  verified  and  a  photostat  copy  of  the member’s   ID   card   should   be   attached   to   the forms. Detailed instructions on issue procedures can be  found  in  the  NAVSUP  P-485,  NAVSUP P-487, and in the rate training manual  Scorekeeper 3 & 2 . Transfers A  transfer  is  the  movement  (including  turn-in) of  material  from  the  custody  and  records  of a ship to the custody and records of another ship or  shore  activity. Equipment or material cannot be transferred from Navy ships without the approval of the com- manding  officer.  Supply  officers,  however,  may obtain  blanket  authority  from  the  commanding officer  to  make  transfers.  Such  authorization  is normally  provided  through  the  ship  or  supply department organization manual. Under no con- ditions  are  stores  to  be  transferred  without  the knowledge  and  authority  of  the  supply  officer. In transferring material to afloat forces, you must use a DD 1348. The detailed procedures for carrying  out  such  a  transfer  are  found  in  the NAVSUP  P-485  and  in  Storekeeper  3  &  2.  The basic procedure you should follow is listed below. 1.  Check  stock  records  to  be  sure  you  have the  material  on  hand. 2.  Get  approval  for  the  transfer. 3.  Prepare  a  DD  1348  or  a  DD  1348-1. 4. Send a copy of the invoice to the storeroom as  authority  for  the  transfer. 5.  Transfer  the  material  to  a  working  party of  the  requesting  activity,  taking  a  receipt  from the  officer  or  petty  officer  in  charge. 6. Return the transfer document to the supply office  for  processing  by  the  recordskeeper. In   transferring   material   to   ashore   supply activities, you will use a DD 1348-1 or a DD 1149. For  detailed  procedures  concerning  material turn-in, you should consult the current NAVSUP P-485.  You  will  normally  turn  material  in  to  an ashore  activity  for  one  of  the  following  reasons. The  material  is  no The   quantity   held allowance  or  in  excess  of limits. The   material   is longer  required. is  in  excess  of  your your  authorized  high in   need   of   repair, represervation, or is being turned in for salvage. There  are  various  other  specialized  types  of transfers you may need to use, such as a transfer of  stock  to  the  Marine  Corps  or  to  merchant  ships. Detailed  instructions  for  these  types  of  unusual circumstances  are  found  in  the  NAVSUP  P-487. You  should  consult  this  publication  before  you make  any  specialized  transfer  of  stock. Surveys A  survey  is  the  expenditure  procedure  required by U.S.  Navy  Regulations  for  naval  material  of the  following  categories. Condemned   as   a   result   of   damage, obsolescence,   or   deterioration Appraised  as  a  result  of  loss  of  utility Acknowledged  as  nonexistent  as  a  result of loss or theft, necessitating the removal of the accountable   material   from   the   records   of   the holding  activity The  requirements  for  a  survey  action  and detailed procedures for carrying out a survey are found  in  the  NAVSUP  P-485  and  in  Ship’s Serviceman 3 & 2,  module 2. You should consult these publications for the procedures you should follow  for  cost  survey  actions. EXPENDITURES ON SHIPS WITHOUT  SUPPLY  CORPS OFFICERS All the basic types of expenditures can be done aboard  ships  without  Supply  Corps  officers. However,  there  are  some  variations  with  which you  should  be  familiar.  Detailed  procedures  are contained  in  your  NAVSUP  P-487. 5-24

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