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Material   Receipt Stock Management at field Supply Points Material  Expenditure Supply  System  Management Storage and Material Handing TRANSPORTATION   OF   PROPERTY, VOLUME  V.—   This   volume   contains   policy   and procedural  instructions  for  ashore  activities  shipping and   receiving   Navy   property.   This   includes   the personal property of military and civilian personnel under   official   orders.   It   contains   instructions   for shipments of Navy material by bureaus, offices, and Navy  inventory  managers.  It  also  implements  certain provisions   of   the   military   traffic   management regulations  with  respect  to  traffic.  moving  within  the United  States  (except  Alaska  and  Hawaii).  Appendix A,  provides  consignment  instructions,  and  overseas offloading  port  information  for  material  to  be  shipped to  Navy  shore-based  activities  overseas  and  in  Alaska and Hawaii. It is issued as a separate publication. NAVSUP Publications NAVSUP  issues  many  publications  that  deal  with the different facets of supply. This section discusses some of the publications that are of particular interest to  the  SK  These  publications  are  also  available  on CD-ROM  (compact  disk-read  only  memory)  cataloged as  Naval  Logistics  Library  (NLL),  NAVSUP  P-600. NAVSUP publications are sometimes referred to in four   different   ways. For   example,   the   NAVSUP Operating  Procedures  Manual  for  MILSTRIP/MIL- STRAP may be referred to in various publications and directives  one  of  the  following  ways: 1. NAVSUP Publication 437; 2. NAVSUP Pub 437; 3.  NAVSUP  P-437;  or 4,  NAVSUP  437 When   referencing   NAVSUP   publications   in correspondence,  messages,  etc.,  they  should  be  written as  “NAVSUP  Publication  485.” STORAGE  AND  MATERIALS  HANDLING, NAVSUP  P-284.—   The   Storage   and   Materials- Handling  Manual  (NAVSUP  P-284).  This  manual consolidates   the   detailed   technical   information available  to  the  military  services  on  storage  and materials-handling  operations.  It  includes  information on  the  receipt,  storage,  issue,  and  care  of  supplies (except  for  preservation,  packaging,  and  packing). The   Navy   Supplement   (NAVSUP   P-284-1) expands  on  some  of  the  above  subjects.  It  contains specific policy and procedures that do not affect the other services. These manuals are designed for the three-ring  binder. MILSTRIP/MILSTRAP   DESK   GUIDE (NAVSUP P-409).— The MILSTRIP/MILSTRAP   Desk Guide,   NAVSUP   P-409   is   a   handy   reference   for personnel  who  originate  and  process  MILSTRIP/MIL- STRAP  documents.  This  booklet  contains  common definitions, coding structures, and abbreviated code definitions  used  on  a  daily  basis.  Blank  space  is provided  for  entering  commonly  used  routing  identifier, fund,  project,  and  locally  assigned  codes. OPERATING   PROCEDURES   MANUAL   FOR MILSTRIP/MILSTRAP   (NAVSUP   P-437).— NAVSUP   Publication   437   contains   policy   and procedures   for   (MILSTRIP/MILSTRAP).   This publication   takes   precedence   over   conflicting provisions  contained  in  other  supply  system  manuals  or directives.  It  consists  of  10  chapters  and  several appendixes and exhibits. It covers MILSTRIP/MIL- STRAP   procedures   relative   to   supply   system management,  requisitioning  ashore,  inventory  control, financial  matters,  material  movement  priorities,  and evaluation   procedures   (MILSTEP).   It   is   a comprehensive ready reference for those involved in the preparation    and/or    processing    of    MILSTRIP documents. NAVSUP Publication 437 is not distributed afloat. All   Afloat   MILSTRIP/MILSTRAP   procedures   are incorporated into the NAVSUP Publication 485. Paragraph  numbering  in  NAVSUP  P-437  is  similar to that of the  NAVSUP  Manual  Paragraph   06120-3.a is broken down as shown in figure 3-4. SUPPLY   AFLOAT   PACKAGING   PRO- CEDURES  (NAVSUP  P-484).—  This  publication provides a simple do-it-yourself guide for naval supply Figure  3-4.-Paragraph  numbering  In  NAVSUP  P-437. 3-5

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