The Federal Supply Classification (FSC)
System does NOT provide a common language
for the use of all services or agencies
using the system.
Instead of the Army, Air Force, Navy and
civil agencies each purchasing and main-
taining large stocks of material, all of
these agencies make use of centralized
2-13. What is/are the purpose(s) of the NCB
Code in a National Stock Number?
It identifies the country that
assigned the stock number
It indicates that the stock number
is used by two or more countries
Both 1 and 2 above
It indicates whether an item is
obsolete or out of stock
In answering questions 2-14 through 2-17, select
the FSC number in column B that identifies the
item(s) listed in column A.
Learning Objective: Identify the
supply publications, microfiche
documents, and other related publi-
cations which the Religious Program
Specialist uses in supporting the
supply needs of the Command Religious
Program; specify, the purpose(s) of
each publication and document.
Policy for the operation and management
of afloat supply departments is contained
in which of the following publications?
4. NAVSUPINST 4235.3
Which of the following publications serves
as a comprehensive reference for those
personnel involved in the preparation of
Which, if any, of the following publi-
cations is published as a handy reference
for department and division personnel in
the preparation of MILSTRIP documents?
None of the above
The Fleet Use of MILSTRIP instruction
serves the same purpose as which of the
4. GSA Catalog
2-22. The Operating Procedures Manual for
MILSTRIP/MILSTRAP publication is not
distributed to afloat units.
In answering questions 2-23 through 2-26, select
the publication/document in column B that is
described/referred to in column A.
A. Descriptions B. Publications/Documents
Not actually 1.
be a supply
Designed to be
by the civil 3.
Provides a com-
plete listing 4.
of assigned FSC
for all items in
the FSC system
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