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Figure 2-2.-Organization of a supply department of a small fleet unit (without Supply Corps officers). expenditure    documents,    conducting inventories,  and  maintaining  related  files  and records. It also accounts for food items, and prepares  related  correspondence,  reports,  and returns. Food  Storage–Food  storage  functions  include the receipt, storage, and issue of all food stocks, the maintenance of related records, and the cleanliness and upkeep of assigned spaces. Food   Preparation   and   Service–Food preparation  and  service  functions  include  the preparation  and  service  of  food  in  the  enlisted dining facility, operation of food preparation equipment,  and  cleanliness  and  upkeep  of assigned  spaces. Ship’s   Store   and   Retail   Clothing   (S-3 Division): General–The ship’s store and retail clothing component  procures  receives,  stores,  issues, and   sells   ship’s   store   and   clothing   items; operates  resale  and  service  activities  maintains related  records;  and  prepares  reports, and  correspondence. returns, Records  and  Returns–Records  and  returns functions  include  determining  requirements  for retail  items  and  operating  supplies;  preparing requisitions  and  purchase  documents,  pro- cessing receipt and expenditure documents, conducting   inventories,   and   maintaining related  files  and  records;  accounting  for operating   supplies   and   retail   items;   and preparing  related  correspondence,  reports,  and returns. Storage–Storage   functions   include   the receipt,  storage,  and  issue  of  retail  items  and operating supplies; the maintenance of related records;  and  the  cleanliness  and  upkeep  of assigned  storage  spaces. Sales–Sales  functions  include  the  operation  of the retail sales outlets such as the ship’s store, clothing  store,  soda  fountain,  and  vending 2-5

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