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Assignment 2, Continued - 14242_289
Storekeeper 3 & 2 - Manual for watching over inventory and other things needed in a store
Assignment 3, Continued - 14242_291
A S S I G N M E N T 3 Textbook Assignment:    “Procurement  “—continued,  chapter  5,  pages  5-1  through  5-25. Learning  Objective:   Recognize  some  of  the  factors involved in determining the requirements for general stores, equipage, and repair parts (continued from assignment  2). 3-1. Define the term “endurance.” 1. The amount of time a ship will be at sea 2. The distance a ship can travel with out refueling 3. The period of time required by a ship to use a definite amount of supplies 4. The period of time required by a ship to use all of its   supplies 3-2.  Once  the  supply  officer  knows  the  rate  of  usage  and the  total  storage  space  available,  he/she  can  estimate which of the following factors? 1. Excess amount of material 2. Percentage of under stocking of standard items 3. Percentage of overstocking of consumable 4. Number of days can be maintained by capacity  loading 3-3. What  data  should  be  your  most  accurate  guide  in determining  the  requirements  for  your  ship? 1. 2. 3. 4. Ship’s  allowance  list Ship’s experience as shown in accurate stock records Ship’s initial outfitting list Ship’s usage data tables 3-4. In determining quantities of supplies that should be stocked  for  a  newly  commissioned  ship,  the  supply officer should be guided by which of the following data? 1. 2. 3. 4. AllOWance  lists  only Initial outfitting lists only Usage data tables and allowance list only Allowance  lists,  initial  outfitting  lists,  and  usage data tables 3-5.  Which  of  the  following  factors  may  necessitate  a review of stock records and a reevaluation of requirements for some or all items stocked aboard a ship? 1. 2. 3. 4. 3-6. In Type  of  climate  during  operation  and  length  of cruise  only Length of cruise and type of operation (combat or training)  only Supply support availability only Length of cruise, type of operation, supply support availability,  and  climate  during  operation preparing  for  your  ship’s  deployment,  what  factor is of prime importance to the supply officer? 1.  Stockage  objective 2.  Amount  of  material  on  hand 3. Availability of supply support during the cruise 4. Ship’s allowance 3-7. Which of the following actions is generally carried out on  a  routine  basis? 1. Replacing material that has been surveyed 2. Ordering material to replace that issued from storeroom 3. Ordering new equipage material 4.  Ordering  in-excess  material Learning Objective: Determine  the  source  of  supply  for routine   material   requirements. 3-8. Materials required to support your ship are normally procured through what channel(s)? 1. The Navy or DOD supply systems 2.  Transfer  from  another  ship 3. Purchase on the open market 4. The type commander 3-9.  The  responsibility  for  setting  forth  the  procedures  for obtaining  support  from  fleet  issue  ships  rests  with what  official(s)? 1. Type commanders 2.  Local  commanders 3. Fleet commanders 4. Chief of Naval Operations 16

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