4-21. Material received without papers.
4-22. Material received directed delivery aboard ship.
Supplies delivered to a ship by the supplying activity
or vendor are classified as which of the following
types of receipt/delivery?
1. Mail/parcel post
2. Direct deliveries
When you receive large quantities of stores at one
time, you should stack them on the pier or deck until
you have completed which of the following actions?
1. Preliminary identification and package counts are
2. Paperwork has been signed
3. Supply officer inspects material
4. Quality inspection is completed
In which of the following receipt transactions would
the preliminary inspection/count procedure NOT
normally be conducted?
1. Delivery by a local vendor
2. Receipts from other supply officers
3. Underway replenishment
4. Material received directly from the ships post
Deliveries of purchased supplies are considered
complete at what point?
When the supplies are delivered on the pier
When the supplies are delivered within reach of
the ships cargo boom
When the supplies have been delivered to the place
designated and a signed receipt has been given
When the supplies have been turned over to a
4-27. When you receive stores from another naval activity,
what type of inspection, if any, is required?
1. A spot check to determine if the items meet the
2. A through inspection of all items to determine if
they meet the contract specifications
3. An inspection to determine if the items are
damaged or broken
4-28. When used to refer to a person possessing Navy-
owned material, the term custody implies that the
person is responsible for the proper care, stowage, use,
and records concerning that material.
4-29. The actual physical custody of supplies aboard ship is
the responsibility of which of the following persons?
1. Commanding officer
2. Supply officer only
3. Appropriate department head only
4. Supply officer or appropriate department head
Learning Objectives: Recognize the factors that should
be considered in stowing material; recognize procedures
that should be followed in stowing special items such as
alcohol, acid, bar and sheet steel, lumber and paints.
4-30. Material custodians should always ensure that all items
in stowage are legibly marked with which of the
1. Shelf-life code
2. Noun name
3. Identification number
4. Stowage location
4-31. The cognizant inventory manager establishes the
degree of preservation-packaging and packing deemed
necessary to protect the material from deterioration
and damage during which of the following material
4. Each of the above