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Learning Objective: Identify some of the organizational roles and functions of the integrated Navy Supply System. 1-61. 1-62. 1-63. 1-64. 1-65. Ships are loaded with sufficient supplies to assure a prescribed  period  of  self-sufficiency  for  what  reason? 1.  To  permit  maximum  retaliation 2. To support civil disturbance 3. To provide support during a natural disaster 4.  To  provide  technical  assistance  to  allied  forces The  support  of  a  deployed  ship  is  dependent  upon which of the following capabilities? 1. Overseas bases capability 2. CLF capability 3. Self-support capability 4.  CLF  and  self-support  capability The Navy Supply System is integrated with which of the  following  activities? 1.  Defense  Personnel  Support  Center  (DPSC) 2. Defense Industrial Supply Center (DISC) 3. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) 4. Defense Fuel Supply Center (DFSC) The Navy Supply System ICPs perform which of the following  functions? 1. 2. 3. 4. Manage one or more types of material only Stock  material  for  issue  to  operating  forces  only Manage one or more types of material and stock material  for  issue  to  operating  forces Distribute material to stock points, manages one or more types of material, and stock material for issue  to  operating  forces Which of the following functions is/are performed by Navy stock points? 1. 2. 3. 4. Procures,  receives,  and  issues  material  only Invoices customers for material used only Reports issues of material to cognizant ICP Invoice customers, procures, receives, issues and report issues to the cognizant ICP 1-66. 1-67. 1-68. 1-69. USS John Paul Jones submits a requisition for a 1H cog repair part to FISC San Diego. If the item is not in stock, what action should be taken by FISC San Diego? 1. 2. 3. 4. Refer the requisition to the inventory manager (ICP)  for  cognizance  1H  material Purchase the required item and forward it to the USS John Paul Jones Hold the requisition until the required repair part is available  for  delivery Return the requisition to USS John Paul Jones with directions  to  resubmit  the  requisition What percentage of line items in the integrated Navy Supply  System  are  managed  by  DLA? 1.  60  percent 2. 80 percent 3. 90 percent 4. 40 percent All except which of the following cognizance symbols are managed by DLA’s? 1. 9C 2. 9N 3. 9Q 4. 9M Which of the following common use items is/are provided  by  the  General  Services  Administration (GSA)? 1. Items not available at a Navy stock point 2. Paint and cleaning gear only 3. Paper and handtools only 4. Paper, handtools, paints, and cleaning gear Learning  Objectives: Specify  the  factors  to  be  considered in planning the arrangement of a supply office and the skills  required  for  assignment  to  the  supply  office. 1-70. A member should have which of the following skills to 1. 2. 3. 4. successfully  serve  in  a  supply  office? Know how to operate and care for labor-saving devices Be familiar with various types of letters and how to  prepare  them Be able to maintain records and submit required reports  and  returns All of the above 7

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