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Figure 1-1.—Typical supply department on a ship with a Supply Corps officer.
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to  the  supply  officer  for  the  efficient  operation of  assigned  areas  as  required  by  the  NAVSUP publications.  The  approval  of  these  requests  is terminated upon detachment of the supply officer or   assistant   for   ship’s   store,   disbursing,   or foodservice. S-1 Division The S-1 division is made up of personnel from the  Storekeeper  (SK)  rating.  Their  duties  vary according   to   the   size   of   the   ship   and   unit requirements. In  general,  SKs  procure,  receive,  stow,  expend, and  account  for  consumables,  equipage,  repair parts, and other material as assigned. They also maintain   records;   prepare   correspondence, reports,  and  returns;    and   perform   required obligation   recordings. In   stock   control,   SKs   determine   stock requirements;  prepare  requisitions;  process  receipt and expenditure documents and maintain related files  and  records;  perform  financial  accounting for   material;   and   maintain   material   catalogs, allowance  lists,  and  technical  publications. S-2 Division The S-2 division is made up of personnel from the  Mess  Management  Specialist  (MS)  rating. They operate all phases of the general mess and make  authorized  issues,  sales,  and  transfers  of food  items. In   general,   they   determine   requirements; prepare  requisitions;  and  receive,  stow,  expend, and  maintain  related  files  and  records  for  food items.  They  also  prepare  and  serve  food  to  the crew,   including   the   operating   of   foodservice equipment,  and  are  responsible  for  the  cleanliness and  upkeep  of  assigned  spaces. S-3  Division The S-3 division is made up of personnel from the  Ship’s  Serviceman  (SH)  rating.  SHs  operate and  maintain  all  resale  and  service  activities  such as  the  ship’s  store,  clothing  store,  snack  bar, vending machines, laundry, barbershop, and dry- cleaning  plant. SHs also determine requirements for stock and operating  supplies;  prepare  requisitions  and purchase   orders;    receive,   stow,   issue   stock; conduct   inventory;   operate   the   ROM   micro- computer; and maintain related records and files. They   also   operate   all   related   service   activity equipment,   other   office   equipment,   and   are responsible  for  the  cleanliness  and  upkeep  of assigned spaces. S-4  Division The S-4 division is made up of personnel from the  Disbursing  Clerk  (DK)  rating.  Their  duties include collecting and disbursing all public funds aboard  ship  and  performing  all  pay  and  allowance functions.  The  DKs’  duties  also  include  main- taining  military  pay  records,  preparing  money lists,  preparing  and  verifying  public  vouchers,  and preparing  reports  and  financial  returns. ORGANIZATION  OF  A  LARGE FLEET SHIP The  organization  of  the  supply  department may  differ  on  larger  ships.  The  more  personnel aboard, the more complex the supply department becomes. As you study figure 1-2, you will notice three  additional  divisions.  These  divisions  are found  on  larger  fleet  ships. S-5  Division The S-5 division is made up of personnel from the MS rating also. They do work that is similar to   work   done   in   the   S-2   division,   with   the exception   that   their   duties   are   performed   in officer’s  country.    These  duties  may  include receiving,  stowing,  issuing,  and  accounting  for foodservice  and  other  stores.  They  also  prepare and serve all meals in the wardroom and perform other jobs such as cleaning, delivery, and pickup of   officers’   laundry. S-6  Division The  S-6  division  performs  all  functions  related to  procurement,  receipt,  stowage,  issue,  and accounting for aviation material. This division is manned   and   operated   by   personnel   from   the Aviation  Storekeeper  (AK)  rating. S-7  Division The S-7 division operates all data processing equipment,  maintains  files  and  records,  and prepares  and  processes  documents  to  produce records   and   reports   as   provided   for   in   the automated  supply  and  accounting  system.  This division  is  manned  by  personnel  from  the  Data Processing  (DP)  rating. 1-5

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