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1-33. The management of the Defense Business Operations 1-34. 1-35. 1-36. 1-37. Funds (DBOF) is under which of the following system commands? 1. NAVAIR 2. NAVFAC 3. NAVSEA 4. NAVSUP Inventory  managers  are  under  the  command  of  which of the following activities or officials? 1. 2. 3. 4. Fleet Industrial Supply Centers Type commanders Naval  Supply  Systems  Command Naval  Sea  Systems  Command Which of the following items of supply are managed by 1. 2. 3. 4. an ICP? Items assigned to a single agency Items assigned to a military services inventory manager for supporting retail stock Items for end-use requirements of the military services All material used by the Navy Fleet Industrial Supply Centers provide a variety of logistical  support  services  to  which  of  the  following activities? 1.  Fleet  activities  only 2. Shore activities only 3.  Overseas  bases  and  fleet  activities  only 4.  Fleet,  shore,  and  overseas  activities The  Commander-in-Chief  of  a  fleet  is  responsible  for all  except  which  of  the  following  logistic  readiness activities? 1.  Disseminating  information  to  subordinate commanders 2.   Establishing   logistic   standards 3.  Establishing  logistic  policies 4.  Managing  and  storing  an  intermediate  level  of inventory Learning  Objectives;   Recognize the functions of a supply department afloat, the factors that must be considered in determining the number of officers and enlisted  personnel  assigned,  and  the  responsibility  and duties  of  those  assigned. Figure 1A.—Department Heads IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 1-38 THROUGH 1-42, SELECT FROM FIGURE 1A THE OFFICER RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PROCUREMENT, RECEIPT, AND STOWAGE OF THE MATERIAL SHOWN AS THE QUESTION. 1-38.  War  reserve  nuclear  weapons. 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 1-39. Medical supplies. 1. A 2. C 3. D 4. E 1-40. Inert nuclear weapons material. 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. E 1-41. Intelligence charts. 1. A 2. C 3. E 4. F 1-42. Ammunition containers. 1. A 2. C 3. E 4. F 4

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