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as gifts and must not be resold or exchanged in barter  with  any  other  person. All items of insignia, including buttons, have been designated as distinctive items of the Navy uniform  and  will  not  be  sold  to  anyone  who  is not authorized to wear these articles as items of uniform. Service-Type  Ships On service-type ships such as ADs, ARs, and ASs,   ship’s   store   stock   and   standard   Navy clothing  stock  are  authorized  for  sale  to  officer and enlisted personnel other than ship’s company when they are attached to those ships receiving support. Survivors of Marine and Aircraft Disasters Ship’s store stock and nondistinctive items of clothing may be sold for cash to the survivors of marine  and  aircraft  disasters,  if  such  survivors have personal funds available. If the survivor is without personal funds, emergency issues may be made according to the procedures outlined in the NAVSUP  P-487. Other Military Activities Ship’s  store  stock  and  items  of  clothing  may be  sold  to  ships  not  operating  ship’s  stores  and to  armed  services  exchanges.  Ship’s  store  stock and nondistinctive items of clothing may be sold to  exchange  locations  operated  on  board  civil service   manned   ships   of   the   Military   Sealift Command  (MSC),  private  messes,  cigar  messes; to  the  commanding  officer  for  recreational purposes; and to other duly constituted clubs or messes  that  have  been  authorized  by  a  com- manding  officer  and  whose  monthly  records  are audited. Official Government Organizations Upon  approval  of  the  commanding  officer, cash sales of ship’s store stock and nondistinctive items of clothing may be made to representatives of  official  United  States  Government  organiza- tions  at  isolated  activities  outside  the  United States  when  the  stock  items  cannot  be  con- veniently   obtained   elsewhere   and   the   normal operation  of  the  ship’s  store  is  not  impaired  by doing  this. Foreign Governments Ship’s store stock and nondistinctive items of clothing may be sold to personnel of foreign ships in  distress  and  to  personnel  of  foreign  ships visiting  U.S.  ports. PERSONNEL   OF   FOREIGN   SHIPS   IN DISTRESS.— Sales for cash of ship’s store stock and nondistinctive items of clothing may be made to personnel of foreign ships who are in distress. A  request  for  sale  must  be  submitted  by  the commanding  officer  of  the  ship  concerned  and must  be  approved  by  the  commanding  officer of   the   ship   making   the   sale.   Only   such quantities  that  can  be  spared  will  be  sold  or transferred. FOREIGN SHIPS VISITING U.S. PORTS.— Sales   for   cash   of   ship’s   store   stock   and nondistinctive items of clothing may be made to military  personnel  attached  to  foreign  ships visiting  United  States  ports  in  connection  with  the following: Participation  in  exercises  with  the  U.S. fleet Research,   development,   and   evaluation programs Outfitting   incident   to   ships’   transfer programs Scheduled conversion, overhaul, or repair Merchant Ships Sales   for   cash   of   ship’s   store   stock   and nondistinctive items of clothing may be made to merchant ships in distress or in need of supplies when normal sources do not exist. A request for sale must be submitted by the master of the ship concerned   and   must   be   approved   by   your commanding officer. Only such quantities as can be  spared  will  be  sold. HOURS  OF  OPERATION The  hours  of  operation  of  the  retail  and clothing store are prescribed by the commanding officer.  Consequently,  they  will  vary  from ship   to   ship   or   on   change   of   command.   The important   thing   to   remember   is   that   these prescribed hours must be prominently posted at all times. Store hours of operation decals are available on   request   from   NAVRESSO.   The   decal   is pressure  sensitive  and  is  applied  easily.  Lettering is brilliant gold on a blue background, hours are interchangeable,  and  complete  sets  of  different hours are supplied with each decal for at sea and in  port. The hours of operation should be prominently posted and visible from the outside of the store; usually on the door of a walk-in store or a window of  a  smaller  store. 2-6

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