Afloat Reports (continued), chapter 4, pages 4-22 through 4-24,
and Procurement, chapter 5, pages 5-1 through 5-21.
5-1. The supply office should send a
biennial report reflecting the
inventory of presentation silver to
what individual or activity?
1. NSC Norfolk, VA
2. Curator of the Navy
3. NAVSUP, Washington, DC
4. Commanding officer
5-2. An annual report on the inventory of
presentation silver is required for
totals above what amount?
5-3. To what officer does the custodian
report that the presentation silver
inventory has been completed?
5-4. The custodian is responsible for
informing what officer of any damaged
or missing items?
5-5. Upon completion of the presentation
silver inventory, you should send what
individual or activity an itemized
3. Secretary of the Navy
4. Curator of the Navy
5-6. What individual or activity pays for
repairs of any damaged presentation
silver or other valuable gifts?
3. Curator of the Navy
5-7. What method is used to expend stolen,
lost, or destroyed presentation
2. Transfer document
5-8. If an item of presentation silver is
missing or destroyed, a letter report
should be submitted to the TYCOM.
5-9. After a missing or destroyed item of
presentation silver is surveyed, what
copy(ies) of the survey is/are
forwarded to NAVSUP for approval?
2. Original only
3. Original and one copy only
4. Original and two copies
5-10. What reference provides the
guidelines for using a commercial
source to procure material?
1. NAVSUP P-485
2. Store and Fleet Small Purchase and
Other Simplified Purchase
Procedures, NAVSUPINST 4200.85
3. Force Supply Manual, SURFLANTINST
4. Financial Management of Resources,