aqua. Polar white is usually best for the
and other exterior
details of Navy chapels, except for those
chapels with brick, copper, stone, or other
natural finishes. Information in regard to
painting may be found within the publication
Color for Naval Shore Facilities, N A V F A C
Devotional and Religious Displays
Devotional and religious displays are often
used to dramatize the significance of holy days
or holidays. Prior to Christmas (see figure 6-12),
Easter, Passover, or other holy days or special
occasions, the command chaplain may request a
specific devotional or religious display for use
Figure 6-13.Electrical checklist questionnaire.
within the chapel, on the chapel grounds, or
at other religious program facilities. To obtain
such a display, the RP should submit a work re-
quest to the local public works or civil engineers
office. When you are submitting the work re-
quest, allow sufficient lead time to permit
construction by the date requested.
Maintenance of Electrical, Plumbing,
and Miscellaneous Fixtures
When you are submitting work requests to
the local public works or civil engineers office
for electrical, plumbing, and miscellaneous serv-
ice, standard questions must be addressed.
These questions are addressed in figures 6-13,
6-14, and 6-15.
Figure 6-14.Plumbing checklist questionnaire.