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Figure 1-2.—Organization of a supply department of a large fleet ship. SECURITY OF SUPPLY DEPARTMENT  SPACES Probably   the   most   important   aspect   of the  supply  department  is  security.  The  supply officer  is  responsible  for  making  sure  func- tional  areas  remain  on  track;  however,  many problems  may  be  met  if  security  is  not  main- tained. Security  regulations  are  listed  in  the  Ships Store  Afloat,  NAVSUP  P-487,  and  the  Afloat Supply  Procedures,   NAVSUP  P-485,  that  you, as  an  SH3,  will  need  to  know.  Your  knowledge of  these  regulations  will  not  only  help  you  to  keep your area on track, but also help keep the supply department  on  track.  Read,  remember,  and  follow security regulations. There are a few general rules you will need to remember   to   keep   supply   department   spaces secure. All  stock  should  be  kept  under  lock  and key. Supply spaces should be locked when unat- tended  by  authorized  personnel. Responsibility  for  security  rests  with  the person  in  charge  of  each  space. Permission for entry of unauthorized per- sonnel  into  a  supply  department  space  will  be 1-6

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