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1-44. After a Group III space has been entered by the ship’s store  officer,  how  long  should the  witnesses  remain thereafter? 1. Until the space is secured 2. Until  the  responsible custodian  returns 3. Until  the  command  duty officer  arrives 4. They do not have to remain 1-45. Which  of  the  following  actions should be taken by the responsible  custodian  of  a Group III space that was entered  under  emergency conditions? 1. Reseal  the  combination  and duplicate  keys  to  the  dead bolt  in  separate  envelopes and replace them in the ship’s  store  officer’s  safe 2. Change  the  combination  to the lock 3. Verify  the  car  seal  number 4. All of the above 1-46. What  individual  may  enter  a Group III space in the presence of two witnesses when an emergency  exists  and  the  ship’s store  officer  or  responsible custodian  is  not  available? 1. Duty  section  leader 2. Duty  storekeeper 3. Command  duty  officer 4. Leading  Ship’s  Serviceman Questions  1-47  through  1-75 refer to chapter 2 of the text. Learning  Objective: Identify practices  and  procedures applicable  to  the  establishment and operation of the ship’s store afloat. 1-47. On a commissioned ship, what action is required by the commanding  officer  to  establish a ship’s store? 1. Receive  approval  from  the ship’s  type  commander before  establishing  the ship’s store 2. Send an official letter to the Naval Supply Systems Command  informing  them  the day the ship’s store will begin  operations 3. Send an official letter to the Navy Resale and Services  Support  Office informing them the day the ship’s store will begin operations 4. Send an official letter to the fleet accounting and disbursing  center requesting  approval  to establish  a  ship’s  store 1-48. On a precommissioned ship, a ship’s  store  may  be  established after which of the following conditions is met? 1. The  prospective  disbursing officer  has  reported  aboard 2. Approval of the ship’s type commander  has  been  received 3. The  prospective  supply officer  has  reported  aboard 4. Approval  for  establishment of a ship’s store has been received from the Naval Supply  Systems  Command 1-49. Activities  operating  within  the ship’s store must be authorized by what officer? 1. The ship’s store officer 2. The  supply  officer 3. The  commanding  officer 4. The type commander 1-50. Ship’s stores are operated to fulfill which of the following purposes? 1. Provide a source of funds for welfare and recreation 2. Promote morale 3. Provide a source of articles  necessary  for day-to-day  living 4. All of the above 6

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