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Figure 2-2.-Organization of a supply department of a small fleet unit (without Supply Corps officers).
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Storekeeper 3 & 2 - Manual for watching over inventory and other things needed in a store
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Fleet Support
machines;  maintaining  related  records;  and  the cleanliness and upkeep of assigned spaces. Service   Activities–Service   activities functions include the operation of the ship’s store  service  activities  such  as  laundry,  barber, tailor,  and  drycleaning  shops;  maintaining related  records;  and  the  cleanliness  and  upkeep of  assigned  storage  spaces. Disbursing (S-4 Division): General-The  disbursing  component  collects and disburses all public funds aboard ship and performs   all   afloat   pay   and   allowance functions. Pay  Records–Pay  record  functions  include  the maintenance   of   military   pay   records   and preparing money lists. Public   Vouchers–Public   voucher   functions include  the  preparation  and  verification  of public  vouchers  as  required. Financial  Returns-Financial  returns  functions include  payments  and  collections  of  all  public funds and preparation of reports and financial returns. Wardroom  Mess  (S-5  Division): General–The   wardroom   mess   component procures, receives, stores, issues, and accounts for  foodservice  and  other  stores. Records–The    records    section    maintains records on all stores belonging to the wardroom mess. FoodService–The  function  of  foodservice  is  to prepare and serve food. Operating   Space–The   wardroom   mess   is responsible   for   cleaning   and   maintaining spaces assigned to the wardroom. Aviation  Stores  (S-6  Division): General-When an aviation stores division is established,  it  performs  all  functions  related  to procurement,  receipt,  storage,  and  issue  of aviation  material. Records  and  Reports–Records  and  reports include accounting for all aviation material. Data  Processing  (S-7  Division): General-Functions  include  the  operation  of data  processing  equipment,  maintaining  files and  records,  and  preparing  and  processing documents to procure records and reports as provided   for   in   the   automated   supply accounting  system. Training: General–The training component maintains and administers a formal training program, which  supplements  on-the-job  training,  to ensure a high state of readiness and to maintain continuity when personnel changes occur. Records—The   records   function   is   the maintenance  of  all  records  incident  to  the formal   training   program   which   includes Curriculums  by  rating,  lesson  plans,  schedules, individual   training   records,   personnel advancement   requirement   forms,   division officers’  notebooks,  and  military  training. SHIPS WITHOUT SUPPLY CORPS OFFICERS Study  the  organization  of  the  supply  department  of a small fleet unit in figure 2-2. The   designated   supply   officer   of   a   ship   is responsible to the commanding officer for the proper performance  of  the  following  functions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Economical   and   efficient   operation   of   the supply  department. Procurement, receipt, stowage (when applicable), issuing,  and  accounting  for  equipage,  repair  parts, repairable,  and  consumable  required  to  support the ship. Return   of   unserviceable   repairable   to   the designated  repair  facility. Operation  and  upkeep  of  equipment  assigned  to the supply department and the cleanliness and upkeep  of  assigned  supply  department  spaces. Training  and  supervision  of  personnel  assigned to  the  supply  department. Certification  for  payment  of  lawful  bills;  when designated as imprest fund cashier, the supply officer   will   also   be   responsible   for   the disbursement  of  government  funds  and  proper accounting  thereof. Operation and supervision of the enlisted dining facility,  including  the  procurement,  preparation, and  service  of  food. 2-6

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