machines; maintaining related records; and the
cleanliness and upkeep of assigned spaces.
Service ActivitiesService activities
functions include the operation of the ships
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
Pay RecordsPay record functions include the
maintenance of military pay records and
preparing money lists.
Public VouchersPublic 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
Wardroom Mess (S-5 Division):
GeneralThe wardroom mess component
procures, receives, stores, issues, and accounts
for foodservice and other stores.
RecordsThe records section maintains
records on all stores belonging to the wardroom
FoodServiceThe function of foodservice is to
prepare and serve food.
Operating SpaceThe 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
Records and ReportsRecords 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
GeneralThe 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.
RecordsThe 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
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:
Economical and efficient operation of the
Procurement, receipt, stowage (when applicable),
issuing, and accounting for equipage, repair parts,
repairable, and consumable required to support
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
Operation and supervision of the enlisted dining
facility, including the procurement, preparation,
and service of food.