2, Logistic Support and Financial Control,
NAVEDTRA 287-02-45-81, covers financial
control and logistic support in detail.
DAILY OFFICE ROUTINE
Receptionist duties are discussed in detail in
chapters 5 and 6 of RP 3 & 2, module 1, Personnel
Support, NAVEDTRA 287-01-45-82. Several
specific duties are addressed in this section as
responsibilities that pertain to all RPs.
Facilities Usage Schedule
One responsibility of the RP is to maintain a
facilities usage schedule. This schedule is main-
tained to ensure that scheduling conflicts do not
occur. Since facilities used by the Command
Religious Program are available to all command
personnel and their dependents, these facilities are
much in demand. Use of the facilities is usually
granted on a first-come-first-served basis.
Although some events will necessarily take
priority, arrangements for special religious ser-
vices and observances should be made well in
advance. It is the duty of the RP to maintain a
record of all activities scheduled in the CRP
facilities. Figure 3-1 shows a typical chapel
facilities usage schedule for 1 month.
Watch Log and Master
The logbook is used by the duty RP to record
daily happenings during the operation of the
office of the chaplain. Such events as the daily
worship services, visitors to the office, and
important or emergency message traffic are but
a few of the items that may be logged. The
command chaplain will provide additional
guidance in this area.
Maintenance of the master locator board is
very important. Since the chaplain must be
Figure 3-1.Chapel facilities usage schedule.