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of  readiness  affecting  ships  of  the  type  command. These supply officers supervise the replenishment of supplies from mobile supply units under the operational control of the type commander. They also review and take  action  on  requisitions  submitted  by  fleet  units  that require approval of higher authority. They also conduct inspections   of   supply   functions   throughout   the command as required or needed. AFLOAT SUPPLY ORGANIZATION The head of the supply department is the supply 0fficer.  The  supply  officer  is  either  a  Supply  Corps officer assigned to that duty or a line officer designated as  such  by  the  commanding  officer.  The  supply  officer is responsible to the commanding officer for the proper performance   and   administration   of   all   supply department   functions. (See  OPNAVINST  3120.32, Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy,   par.   328.)   Although   responsibility   and accountability  for  certain  supply  department  functions may be assigned to subordinates in accordance with chapter 1 of the NAVSUP P-485, such assignments do not  relieve  the  supply  officers  of  their  responsibility  to their  commanding  officers  for  the  proper  performance of the functions so assigned. SUPPLY DEPARTMENT FUNCTIONS Afloat   supply   functions   are   categorized   into material   support   and   service   functions.   Material support functions relate to operational and maintenance requirements,  while  service  functions  entail  operating service  facilities. MATERIAL  SUPPORT  FUNCTIONS Material  supply  functions  include  procurement, receipt,   stowage,   issue,   and   accounting   for   the following  types  and  quantities  of  material  necessary  for the operation of the ship: consumable; equipage; repair parts; inert nuclear weapons material and associated test   and   handling   equipment,   tools,   and consumable; fuel (preparation of procurement documents only); ship’s  store  and  retail  clothing  stock  (when facilities  are  provided); food   items; medical   and   dental   supplies,   in   special accounting   class   207   ships.   (Procurement only, in end-use ships.) Material   not   included-The   following   types   of material   are   not   included   under   afloat   supply department   functions: Ammunition,   ammunition   containers,   and ammunition  details  will  be  the  responsibility  of the  ship’s  weapons  officer. War reserve stockpile nuclear weapons and major  assemblies  obtained  through  operational channels  will  be  the  responsibility  of  the  ship’s weapons  officer. Navigational or intelligence charts, maps, and related  publications  will  be  the  responsibility of the ship’s navigator. Marine  Corps  material  is  the  responsibility  of the officer in charge of the detachment. SERVICE FUNCTIONS Service  functions  include  the  operation  of  the following facilities: The  enlisted  dining  facility,  including  the preparation  and  service  of  food.    The ship’s store and related activities where facilities are provided aboard, may include: retail  clothing  store soda  fountain vending  machines laundry drycleaning  plant barbershop tailorshop photographic  shop Disbursing  government  funds  (when  a  Supply Corps officer has been specifically y ordered to this  duty). (a) Wardroom mess (b)   EAM/ADP 2-3

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