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The NAVY's birthday is...

October 13, 1775

The Father of the NAVY is...

John Paul Jones

The oldest commissioned NAVY ship is...

the USS Constitution (1798)

The NAVY's 1st nuclear submarine is...

the USS Nautilus (SSN-571)

What was the date(s) of the Battle of Coral Sea?

What was the significance of this battle?

May 4-8, 1942

This was the 1st major engagement of aircraft carrier forces

The date of D-Day is...

June 6, 1944

What was the turning point of WWII?
The Battle of Midway (Guadalcanal)

Who said "Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!"?

Admiral David G. Farragut at the Battle of Mobile Bay
Name the 5 members who make up the JCS (Joint Chiefs of Staff).

1) A chairman - appointed by the POTUS (President of the United States) with consent of the Senate

2) CNO (Chief of Naval Operations)

3) ARMY Chief of Staff

4) AIR FORCE Chief of Staff

5) Commandant of the MARINE CORPS

**The JCS is the immediate military staff of the SECDEF (Secretary of Defense)

The echelons of the NAVY are...

(aka who answers to who)

1) POTUS (President of the United States)

2) SECDEF (Secretary of Defense)

3) SECNAV (Secretary of the NAVY)

4) CNO (Chief of Naval Operations)

5) Fleet Commander in Chief

6) TYCOM (Type Commander)

7) Group Commander

8) Ship Squadron/Air Wing Commander

9) Unit CO's

Name the 11 General Orders of a Sentry.

1) To take charge of this post and all government property in view.

2) To walk my post in a military manner, keeping always on the alert and observing everything that takes place within sight or hearing.

3) To report all violations of orders I am instructed to enforce.

4) To repeat all calls from posts more distant from the guardhouse than my own.

5) To quit my post only when properly relieved.

6) To receive, obey and pass on to the sentry who relives me, all orders of the Commanding Officer, Command Duty Officer, Officer of the Deck and the Officers and Petty Officers of the watch only.

7) To talk to no-one except in the line of duty.

8) To give alarm in case of fire or disorder.

9) To call the Officer of the Deck in any case not covered by instruction.

10) To salute all officers and all colors and standards not encased.

11) To be especially watchful at night and when the time comes for challenging. To challenge all persons on or near my post and to allow no-one to pass without proper authority.

Ship Designators...






CV(N) Aircraft Carrier (Nuclear)

F(G) Frigate (Guided Missiles)

DD(FF) Destroyer

CG(N) Cruiser (Nuclear)

SS(N) Submarine (Nuclear)

What are the 2 main functions of the shipboard Supply Department?

1) Material Support

2) Services

List the Storerooms onboard a ship.

(S1 to S13)

S1 Stock Control

S2 Food Services

S3 Ship's Store

S4 Disbursing

S5 Wardroom

S6 Aviation Stores


S8 General Stores

S9 Customer Services

S10 QA (Quality Assurance)

S11 Chief's Mess

S12 Postal


The Flammable Liquid Storeroom aboard ship will normally be located where?
At either end of the ship below the water line.
What type is the padlock on general stores spaces?
1 1/2" pin tumbler type

Which security group spaces are secured with a keyless padlock?

How often should the combination be changed on a keyless padlock?

Group III Ships Retail and related storerooms

At least every 6 months or upon relief of the custodian

Most commonly used NCB (National Codification Bureau) codes...

00 & 01 United States


15 Italy

20 U.A.E. (United Arab Emirates)

30 Japan

66 Australia

99 U.K. (United Kingdom)

List of ALL NCB codes...

00 & 01 United States


12 Germany

13 Belgium

14 France

15 Italy

17 Netherlands

20 U.A.E. (United Arab Emirates)

21 Canada

22 Denmark

23 Greece

24 Iceland

25 Norway

26 Portugal

27 Turkey

28 Luxembourg

29 Argentina

30 Japan

31 Israel

66 Australia

98 New Zealand

99 U.K. (United Kingdom)

Material Identification Groups (FSC's)

10 Weapons

20 Ship & Marine Equipment

31 Bearings

40 Rope, Cable, Chain & Fittings

42 Firefighting & Rescue

47 Pipes, Hoses & Fittings

48 Valves

53 Hardware & Abrasives

55 Lumber

61 Electrical Wiring

62 Lighting Fixtures

65 Medical/Dental

69 Training Aids

75 Office Supplies

79 Cleaning Supplies

80 Paint

84 Clothing

88 Live Animals

91 Fuel & Lubricants

99 Miscellaneous

What is the NAVSUP P409?

What is the Operating Procedures guide for the P409?



What NAVSUP publication outlines Supply Afloat Packaging Procedures?
What NAVSUP publication outlines Afloat Supply Procedures?


Name and describe the 3 Volumes of the P-485.

VOL I Afloat Supply Procedures

VOL II Appendixes

VOL III Ashore Supply Procedures

Chapters of the P-485 Volume I

1) Organization & Administration

2) Material Identification

3) Material Procurement

4) Material Receipt, Custody & Stowage

5) Material Expenditure

6) Inventory

7) Packaging & Transportation

8) Special Material

9) Financial Management

How many appendixes are in Volume II of the P-485?

What appendix are Advice Codes in?

33 Appendixes

Volume II, Appendix 1

List of all NAVSUP P-485 VOL II Appendixes...

APP 1 Advice Codes***

APP 2 Status Codes***

APP 3 Distribution Codes

APP 4 Document Identifiers***


APP 6 Project Codes***

APP 7 Routing Identifiers***


APP 9 Logistic Management Codes***


APP 11 Country/Int'l Organization Codes

APP 12 Planned Requirement/Reservation Rejection Codes

APP 13 Change Notice Codes

APP 14 SMIC's***

APP 15 SUADPS-RT Reports & Listings

APP 16 M&S Codes***

APP 17 Management Codes

APP 18 Cognizance of Navy Material***

APP 19 Unit of Issue***

APP 20 Supply Directives

APP 21 Personal Property Transportation Office

APP 22 Navy Airlift Clearance Authorities Worldwide

APP 23 AAC (Acquisition Advice Codes)

APP 24 Weapon System Designator Codes

APP 25 SFM Reports & Listings

APP 26 Stock Action Technical Info Codes

APP 27 Type of Storage Codes


APP 29 Electronic Info Systems

APP 30 Fund Codes***

APP 31 FIR (Financial Inventory Report) Codes***

APP 32 SUADPS-RT Financial Reports Audit

APP 33 Automatic Identification Technology

*** = Most Used Appendixes

Most commonly used Appendixes...

2 Status Codes

4 Document ID codes

6 Project Codes

7 Transportation/Routing Identifiers

18 Cogs

19 Unit of Issue abbreviations

23 Acquisition Advice Codes

30 Fund codes

What NAVSUP publication outlines Food Service Management Procedures?

What NAVSUP publication outlines Ship's Store Procedures?

The main NAVSUP Publications for LS's are...

1) P-484 Supply Afloat Packaging Procedures

2) P-485 Afloat Supply Procedures

3) P-486 Food Service Management Procedures

4) P-487 Ship's Store Procedures

**P-545 DLR Requisitioning Carcass Tracking

**P-722 CHRIMP (Consolidated Hazardous Reutilization Inventory Management Program)

Name 3 benefits of a successful CHRIMP.

1) Personnel Safety

2) Cost Savings

3) Environmental Protection

Which materials are NOT included in Afloat Supply functions?

1) Ammunition

2) Nuclear weapons

3) Navigational intelligence charts & maps

What activity catalogs and assigns stock numbers?
DLA (Defense Logistics Agency)

DLA (Defense Logistics Agency) manages____% of line items in the Navy Supply System.

DLA manages ALL cogs EXCEPT____ .


9Q, which is handled by General Services Administration located in Fort Belvoir, VA.

Name the 6 types of inventories.

1) Bulkhead to Bulkhead

2) Specific Commodity

3) Special Material

4) Spot

5) Velocity

6) Random Sampling

A bulkhead to bulkhead inventory may be conducted when a random sampling result has less than what accuracy percentage?
less than a 90% accuracy percentage
Name the program that utilizes barcode technology to enhance inventory and receipt management efforts.
IBS (Integrated Barcode Technology)

Most common Advice Codes used...












2B Do not substitute

2C Do not backorder

2F Obsolete

2L QTY exceeds normal

2P Continuous length

5A Survey

5D Initial requirement

5G 1 for 1

5K Fill or Kill

5S RIP (Remain in Place)

5V Combo of 5G/2B

Name the most common forms used by LS's and what they are used for.

DD 1149 Used to procure fuels

NAVSUP 1250-1 Single line item consumption

DD 1250-2 NON-NSN requisition

-a combination of DD Form 1348-6 and NAVSUP Form 1250-1. It is a 7-part document and may ONLY be used by afloat activities and ONLY at Navy supply activities

DD 1348 DOD single line item requisition

DD 1348-6 NON-NSN single line item requisition (6 part form)

DD 1348 Card Columns (CC)

CC 1-3 Document Identifier

CC 4-6 Routing Identifier

CC 7 Media & Status (M&S) Code

CC 8-20 NSN (National Stock Number)

CC 21-22 SMIC (Special Material ID Code)

CC 23-24 UI (Unit of Issue)

CC 25-29 Quantity

CC 30 Service Designator

CC 31-35 UIC of Requisitioner

CC 36-39 Julian Date

CC 40-43 Serial Number

CC 44 Demand Code

CC 45-50 Supplementary Address

CC 51 Signal Code

CC 52-53 Fund Code

CC 55-56 COG

CC 57-59 Project Code

CC 60-61 Priority Designator

CC 62-64 RDD (Required Delivery Date)

CC 65-66 Advice Code

CC 71 Supply Condition Code

CC 73 Material Condition Code

Name and describe Document Identifiers

(CC 1-3)

AB1 Direct Delivery to Requisitioner

AC1 Cancellation Request by Requisitioner

AE1 Incoming Supply Status to Requisitioner

AF1 Follow up to get status

AK1 Follow-up to AC1

AMA Domestic Document Modifier

AM1 OCONUS Document Modifier

AN1 MOV Request to Requisitioner

AN9 MOV Control Document (Header)

APX Notice of Non-Receipt of MOV documents

AP1 MOV Response from Requisitioner

AP9 Receipt Confirmation of MOV Request

AS1 Shipment Status to Requisitioner

AU1 Reply to AC1, Material Already Shipped

A0A Domestic Shipment with NSN

A0B Domestic Shipment with part number

A0D Domestic Shipment of Publications

A0E Domestic Shipment with Exception Data

A01 OCONUS Requisition with NSN

A02 OCONUS Requisition with part number

A05 OCONUS Requisition with Exception Data

BK1 Follow-Up on Shipment of NON-RFI

BK2 Response to BK1

BK3 Additional Billing

BK4 Reduced Billing

Media and Status Codes

(CC 7)

S 100% Status to Requisitioner

0 No Status to Requisitioner (SERVMART)

F 100% Supply Status & Shipment Status to Supplementary Address & Requisitioner by Electronic Method

Name and describe UI (Unit of Issue) codes.

(CC 23-24)

AT Assortment

BF Board Foot

BL Barrel

CB Carboy

CD Cubic Yard

CE Cone

CN Can

CZ Cubic Meter

GL Gallon

HK Hank

MX Thousand

PZ Packet

RA Ration

RM Ream

QT Quart

RA Ration

SD Skid

TD Twenty-Four

TU Tube

Service Designators

(CC 30)





The NAVY has multiple designators:

N Ashore Activities

R Pacific Fleet

V Atlantic Fleet

Signal Codes.

A Ship To & Bill To Requisitioner

B Ship To Requisitioner & Bill Supplementary Address

D Ship To Requisitioner & No Billing

J Ship to Supplementary Address & Bill Requisitioner

K Ship To & Bill Supplementary Address

What does the Urgency of Need Designator (UND) consist of?
The Urgency of Need Designator (UND) consists of an uppercase letter “A,” “B,” or “C.” It is selected to indicate the relative urgency of a force’s or activity’s need for a required item of material. Assignment of UND is the responsibility of the force or activity making the requisition & is derived according to NAVSUP P-485.
What is a F/AD (Force Activity Designator)?
F/AD is a Roman numeral (I-V) that identifies and categorizes a force or activity on the basis of its military importance.
What do the UND & F/AD determine?

Priority Designator (CC 60-61)

A 2-digit number (01-highest to 15-lowest) determined by using the table of priority designator.

For example, if your ship is assigned a F/AD of III and your requirement is of a routine nature, assign priority 13.

F/AD (Force Activity Designators)






I In Combat

II Positioned for Combat

III Positioned to Deploy/Combat

IV Other Active and Selected Reserve Forces

V All Other

UND (Urgency of Need Designator)




UND Definition A

(1) Requirement is immediate.

(2) Without material, the activity is unable to perform one or more of its primary missions.

(3) The condition noted in (2) above has been reported by established, not operationally ready supply/ casualty report (NORS/CAS- REPT) procedures.


(1) Requirement is immediate or it is known that such a requirement will occur in the immediate future.

(2) The activity’s ability to perform one or more of its primary missions will be impaired until the material is received.

(3) Deals with Q-COSAL Reactor Plant components.


(1) Requirement is routine. (2) Combat Logistics force.

Priority Designator Chart

Advice Codes.

2B Requested Item Only Will Suffice

2D Furnish Exact Quantity

2E Free Issue

2L Quantity Reflected Exceeds Normal Demand

2N Item Required in One Continuous Length

5A Replacement Certification

5D Initial Requirement

5G 1 for 1 Exchange

5S RIP (Remain in Place)

Supply Condition Codes.

A RFI (Ready for Issue)

F Unserviceable Repair

J Suspended in Stock--Do NOT issue

S Unserviceable Scrap

What is RSUPPLY?

RSUPPLY (Relational Supply) provides Navy & Marine Corps personnel the tools and functions necessary to perform their day-to-day business:

ordering, receiving, and issuing of services and materials; maintaining financial records; and reconciling supply, inventory, and financial records with the shore infrastructure.

Name & describe the 5 subsystems of RSUPPLY.
1) Site — Contains information on serial numbers, user access, validation tables, fund codes, default values, and maintenance data. 2) Inventory — Provides automated procedures to ensure that physical stock and stock records agree, allowance lists are accurate, usage data is evaluated correctly, and material requirements are anticipated. -Additionally, it provides programs the ability to balance material requests against available funds and purge storerooms of stock no longer applicable to supported units. 3) Logistics — Provides automated procedures to create MILSTRIP requisitions, receive and store material, issue material to supported and non-supported customers, process incoming and outgoing supply status, process carcass tracking inquiries and replies, and update all logistics data files. 4) Financial — Provides automated procedures for assimilating and reporting financial credits and expenditures. Provides an automated reconciliation tool for processing of Summary Filled Order Expenditure Difference Listings (SFOEDL) manually or through a SMARTS file input as well as Aged Unfilled Order Listings (AUOL). 5) Query — Provides a real-time automated means of querying data required in decision making, providing status and determining the posture of onboard spares.
Name the storerooms and what group they fall in to onboard a ship.

Group I General Stores

Group II Food Service

Group III Ship's Store and Clothing

Group IV Service Activities

**SUPPO (Supply Officer) hold the grand master key to all spaces. The grand master key will open all EXCEPT Group III spaces.

When a SUPPO is replaced a full inventory report will be submitted within ____ days.
20 days
Gas Cylinder Identification.

Black Combo of Oxygen and other gases

Blue Anesthesia

Brown Toxic/Poisonous

Buff Industrial

Gray Asphyxiating

Green Oxidizer

Green w/ White Stripe Aviators Oxygen

Orange Refrigerants (i.e. Freon)

Red Fire

Yellow Flammables

What is the COSAL?

Coordinated Shipboard Allowance List
What is used to update the COSAL?

ASI (Automated Shore Interface)
What is the COSAL Use and Maintenance Manual instruction?

SPCCINST 4441.170A
What number is assigned to the Naval Postal Instruction?

What is the minimum size of a 1st Class envelope?

What is the maximum weight of a 1st Class letter?

3 1/2" x 5"

13 oz

Priority Mail weight rule= over ____ oz. and under ____ lbs.

over 13 oz. and under 70 lbs.

**Priority Mail MUST be taped and/or endorsed "PRIORITY"

What does APDS stand for?

What is it used for?

APDS is an All Purpose Date Stamp

It is used for cancelling g stamps & ballot material.

What is the purpose of DD Form 285?
It is used when appointing military postal clerks.

Describe the use of:

PS Form 3800

PS Form 3811

PS Form 3813

PS Label 200

PS Form 3800 Certified Mail

PS Form 3811 Domestic Return receipt

PS Form 3813 Insured Mail

PS Label 200 Registered Mail

Describe what DD Form 5110/5 is and what it is used for?

How long is it kept on file?

Notice of Change of Address

It is used when someone is leaving a command.

It is kept on file for 1 year.

Domestic Mail Codes




AE armed forces in Africa, Middle East & Canada

AA armed forces in America

AP armed forces in the Pacific

What does NAMP stand for?

What is the instruction number for the NAMP?

Naval Aviation Maintenance Program


What is the objective of the NAMP?

Who is in charge of the NAMP?

To achieve and continually improve aviation material readiness and safety standards.

The NAMP helps to standardize operations of aviation commands.

The CNO is in charge of the NAMP.

NAMP Chain of Command






MO Maintenance Officer

-Head of the Maintenance Department

- Responsible to CO for accomplishment of the mission

AMO Assistant to the Maintenance Officer

MMCO Maintenance/Material Control Officer

-Coordinates and monitors dept. workload

-Responsible for publishing the MMP


-Senior enlisted advisor

-Directs all maintenance in an operational unit

MCO Material Control Officer

-Handles finances, material requisition, etc.

What Chapter in the NAMP instruction covers Material Management?
Chapter 09
What are the 3 maintenance levels?

1) O-level Organizational

2) I-level Intermediate

3) D-level Depot

The 3 maintenance levels establish standardized organizations, procedures & responsibilities for the accomplishment of all maintenance on naval aircraft & associated material & equipment

1) O-level

-Maintains assigned aircraft & aeronautical equipment in a full mission capable status

2) I-level

-Enhances & sustains combat readiness & mission capability of supported activities by providing quality & timely material support at the nearest location with the lowest practical resource expenditure

3) D-level

-When equipment requires major overhaul or requires the rebuilding of parts, assemblies, subassemblies & end items.

-Includes manufacturing parts, modifying, testing, inspecting, sampling, etc.

**Basically the maintenance level utilized is increased from O to I to D depending on need and priority

What are the 2 different types of maintenance?
Rework AND Upkeep

Define Rework maintenance.

The restorative or additive work performed on aircraft, aircraft equipment & aircraft SE at FRC's, contractors plants and other sites as designated by TYCOMs
Define Upkeep maintenance.
The preventative, restorative or additive work performed on aircraft, aircraft equipment & aircraft SE by operating units & aircraft SE activities.