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48 Cards in this Set

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1. In what two ways is the COASAL designed to enable ships to achieve maximum operating capability for extended periods of time?
Technical & Supply Management Document
2. Five things not included in the COSAL are?
Expendable Ordnance; Recreational equipment; Bulk fuels and lubricants; Repair parts for aircraft & Hydrographic equipment
3. What are the two primary purposes of the COSAL?
Identify repair parts & Determine stockroom allowances
4. What is the key word in COSAL?
5. Proper maintenance of the ships COSAL is vital for how many & what reasons?
3: Validating, Updating & Automated Shore Interface/Revised Alternate Dataflow (ASI/RAD)
6. The Weapons System File (WSF) {most vital record for each ship} contains a duplicate copy of every ships COSAL; where and by whom is it maintained?
Mechanicsburg, PA; by SPCC Mechanicsburg
7. What is a SIM item?
Selected Item Management: item experiences a demand frequency of two or more within a six month period
8. What is a SIM-DTO item?
SIM- Direct Turn Over: any consumable item that meets the demand frequency criteria of a SIM item, but is not stocked because of space limitations
9. How often is a review conducted on SIM stock records that have not experienced a demand in the past six months before it is redesignated as a NON-SIM item?
10. What does MOV stand for?
Material Obligation Validation
11. What are four purposes of the MOV program?
Ensure overage material obligations reflected at the Inventory Control Points (IPC) agree with the Material Outstanding File (MOF); Determine if requirements for material still exist; Determine if total quantity requested is still required & Determine if the priorities that have been assigned to the requisitions are still valid
12. What are the five status codes normally assigned to material obligations?
13. Material obligations, stock dues of direct turnover are considered overage for validation when priorities 01-08 requisitions are outstanding for how many days?
More than 30
14. What does DLR stand for?
Depot Level Repair
15. DLR items are listed and identified by what three elements?
NSN (national stock #) Cognizance symbol & Material Control Codes
16. What are the Material Control Codes (MCC) used to identify a DLR item?
E, G, H, Q & X
17. Which activities are used to provide local repair of a Not Ready For Issue (NRFI) DLR?
(AIMD) Aviation Intermediate Maintenance Department & (IMA) Intermediate Maintenance Activity
18. DLR issue accomplished on what exchange basis?
1 for 1 Basis
19. DLR issue falls into what two categories?
Turn-in & Remain-in-Place (RIP)
20. What does MAM stand for?
Maintenance Assist Modules
21. Who is jointly responsible for the custody of MAMs?
Supply Officer & Department maintaining Custody
22. How often is a MAM inventory required and by whom?
Semi- Annually; department maintaining Custody
23. What is another name for Bulkhead Ready Spares?
Ready Service Spares (RSS)
24. What is Operating Target?
An estimate of the amount of money that will be required by an operating unit to assign tasks and functions
25. What is the form for the Requisition/OPTAR Log?
NAVCOMPT Form 2155
26. Who has overall responsibility for the proper and effective utilization of OPTAR funds, and require each transaction affecting the available balance be recorded as official records?
27. What are the main parts of the OPTAR {the principle shipboard financial control device used by Divisional RPPO's and Financial Storekeepers to track obligations} log?
Equipment Maintenance Related Material (EMRM) & Other
28. What does CRAMSI stand for?
Consolidated Residual Asset Management System Inventory
29. What does the term DRMO stand for?
Defense Reutilization Marketing Office
30. What are the three categories for material to be turned into DRMO?
Items that need Inventory manager disposal authority; Items that do not need Inventory manager disposal authority & Scrap and Waste
31. What form is used to report discrepancies?
Report of Discrepancies (ROD) (Standard form 364)
32. What does UMMIPS stand for?
Uniform Movement and Issue Priority System
33. What does PD stand for?
Priority Designator
34. What is the highest and lowest range of Priority Designators (PD)?
Highest 01 & Lowest 15
35. What are the three purposes of the ships store afloat?
Provide personnel articles considered necessary (day to day living); Provide funds for MWR & Promotes Good Morale
36. What are the ships underway subsistence replenishments are based on what two factors?
Individual ship's usage & Well developed Cycle Menu
37. Who issues stockage objective to ships for food items?
Appropriate Type Commander
38. How is stockage objective food item determined?
The total operating level plus the safety level in terms of days of supply
39. What does BDFA stand for?
Basic Daily Food Allowance
40. What does rations in kind mean?
Meals Furnished to enlisted personnel from the general mess at government expense
41. What different categories do personnel fall under, when recording meal consumption?
BDFA; Supplemental Food Allowance & Special Food Allowance
42. What was the monetary value of a BDFA developed from?
Standard DoD Food Cost Index
43. What is the name of the principle food service report?
General Mess Operating Statement [NAVSUP Form 1358]
44. How often is the report submitted and in what form?
End of each Quarterly period; Original & Two copies
45. Where is the original (1358) forwarded to and by what time frame?
Navy Food Service Systems Office (NAVFSSO); 10 days following the end of the accounting period
46. What other forms are used in preparing the NAVSUP 1358?
Record of Receipts and Expenditures (NAVSUP 367) & General Mess Rations and Sales Report (NAVSUP 1357)
47. What are the two categories of Combat meals?
Special-Use Combat meals & General-Use Combat meals
48. How many types of Special-Use Combat meals are there and what are they?
3: Individually Packaged Rations; Long-Range Patrol (LRP) Rations & Meals Ready-to-Eat (MRE)