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Issues to Personnel in a Nonpay Status
CHAPTER 5 ISSUES An  issue  is  an  expenditure  of  stock  for  a further   purpose.    Issues   of   ship’s   store   and standard Navy clothing stock are made to other appropriations  or  to  service  activities  and  are limited  to  the  following: Health  and  comfort  issues Cost  of  operations  issues Issues to the general mess Issues  to  ship’s  use  (OPTAR) Issues  to  Marine  Corps  personnel Issues to survivors of marine and aircraft disasters Issues to merchant ships in distress Issues  for  burial  of  the  dead All authorized issues of ship’s store stock are made at cost price except health and comfort items that are issued at the prescribed retail price and standard Navy clothing items that are issued at the standard prices. In  this  chapter  we  will  discuss  the  various  types of  issues  you  may  encounter  in  ship’s  store  afloat. This discussion will include using these issues and accounting  for  them  on  the  ship’s  store  records and  files. HEALTH  AND  COMFORT  ISSUES Health and comfort issues are authorized by NAVREGS, Art. 0767. The purpose of health and comfort  issues  is  to  provide  toiletries,  tobacco, clothing items, and other necessities required for the  health  and  well-being  of  personnel  without enough money to purchase them, All health and comfort  issues  are  made  from  the  retail  store. These  issues  can  be  made  to  personnel  of  the Navy,   Marine   Corps,   Army,   Air   Force,   Coast Guard, and their respective reserve components. The procedures to follow, the funds charged, and personnel  authorized  to  be  issued  health  and comfort  items  are  determined  by  their  pay  status. ISSUES TO PERSONNEL IN A PAY  STATUS The   issue   of   health   and   comfort   items   to members  in  a  pay  status  is  made  under  the circumstances  listed  below: For personnel temporarily without money. For personnel who are returned deserters and absentees. For  personnel  on  first  enlistment  or  first reporting  for  active  duty  who  have  not  received their  initial  clothing  allowance. For  personnel  who  are  subject  to  the Uniform  Code  of  Military  Justice  (UCMJ)   and are confined in a naval confinement facility. Issues made   to   personnel   in   confinement   are   made according   to   the   Corrections  Manual,  SEC- NAVINST   1640.9. Health   and   comfort   issues   to   personnel without  money  are  charged  to  their  pay  record even  if  it  results  in  overpayment.  If  issues  are made  to  personnel  entitled  to  pay  who  are  in confinement   or   awaiting   trial   or   review   after conviction, charges are made to their pay record in a normal manner. Issues of ship’s store stock not  including  clothing  items  are  limited  to  $35  per month  at  retail  price  for  any  one  person. The  commanding  officer  or  delegated  repre- sentative approves all health and comfort issues for  personnel  in  a  pay  status  by  signing  the original  and  two  copies  of  the  Request  and  Receipt for Health and Comfort Supplies, DD Form 504, 5-1

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