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Figure 7-1.—Carrier deck plans (A) hangar deck; (B) flight deck. replenishment) until the nets are detached from the transfer rig at the receiving station. At that moment  the  stores  become  the  responsibility  of the  supply  department.  They  must  be  removed from the receiving station as quickly as possible. The time interval available is the time required for the hook to travel to the transferring ship, pick up  a  loaded  net,  and  return—a  matter  of moments.  Material  received  by  helicopter  must be  moved  into  position  on  the  elevator  quickly and the elevator promptly lowered to the hangar deck,  cleared  of  stores,  and  promptly  raised  to the  flight  deck  for  the  next  load. SORTING  STATIONS.—  The second group is  composed  of  the  sorting  or  segregation  stations, where  the  material  is  separated  by  type  and storage  destination.  These  stations  may  be  located at  any  point,  depending  upon  local  conditions. Sorting  necessarily  requires  a  fair  amount  of space,  especially  since  there  may  be  temporary delays  while  unit  loads  of  one  item  are  assembled. The main consideration in assigning locations for sorting stations must be that no time or effort is wasted.  If  the  storerooms  are  located  in  other parts  of  the  ship,  sorting  must  be  done  on  the hangar deck. Material received by helicopter on the flight deck is usually shunted promptly to a hangar  deck  sorting  station. Some  ships  are  designed  so  that  foodservice storerooms are accessible from the messdeck. On these  ships,  provisions  may  be  shunted  directly below  to  the  messdeck  before  sorting. STRIKE  STATIONS.—  The strike stations, the third group, are the access hatches where the material is moved below decks. Included in this group   are   the   ammunition where   pallets   are   lowered and  hatches  where  material hand  by  sliding  on  board  or or belts. elevators,   hatches by   electric   hoists, is  passed  down  by down metal chutes 7-11

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