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7-36. For what purpose may some type I shelf-life  items  be  used  when  they reach the end of their storage life? 1. The intended purpose after renovation 2.  The  intended  purpose  after  testing 3. A secondary purpose after they are restored 4.  A  secondary  purpose  not  requiring an RFI condition 7-37. Type I shelf-life items are NOT turned in to CONUS supply activities under which  of  the  following  conditions? 1. Regardless of cost when the item consists  of  preformed  gasket material 2. Regardless of cost when the item consists  of  rubberized  material 3. When the extended cost of the item is less than $50 or the remaining storage life is less than 3 months 4. When the extended cost of the item is less than $100 or the remaining storage life is greater than 3 months 7-38.  Disposition  of  shelf-life  items, designated  as  critical,  should  be effected  according  to  pertinent directives issued by which of the following  individuals  or  activities? 1. SSC aboard ship 2. NSC Oakland or Norfolk 3.  Cognizant  inventory  manager 4.  Controlling  department  aboard  ship 7-39.  When  securing  departmental  spaces  for sea,  what  individual  does  the  supply officer report to when ready for sea? 1. Commanding officer 2. Officer of the deck 3.  Executive  officer 4. Petty officer of the watch 7-40. The amount and type of stores anticipated  is  the  secondary  factor  in determining  the  number  of  receiving stations to be manned. 7-41.  During  replenishment,  hazardous material should be handled in what manner? 1. Segregated on deck until replenishment  is  complete 2. Held at the receiving area until replenishment  is  complete 3.  Stored  immediately  in  appropriate storerooms 4.  Accumulated  away  from  the receiving area and a fire watch posted 7-42.  The  primary  value  of  underway replenishment  is  realized  (a)  under what condition and it provides (b) what  capabilities? 1. (a) During inclement weather; (b) enables a ship to top-off at small foreign  ports 2.  (a)  During  peacetime;  (b)  provides a  ship  with  improved  training capabilities 3. (a) During a world cruise; (b) provides a continuous supply of fresh  fruits  and  vegetables 4. (a) During wartime; (b) enables a ship to extend its sea time 7-43. Which of the following characteristics  is/are  attributable to BIG TWENTY or HULL material? 1. Material that is normally received in  small  quantities 2. Bulky material 3. Material that is easily handled with  materials-handling  equipment 4. Material that is compact and can be quickly stored 7-44. Which of the following types of stores  present  the  least  handling problem? 1. Consumable stores 2.  Fresh  provisions 3.  Dry  provisions 4.  BIG  TWENTY/HULL 1.  True 2. False 52

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