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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PROCEDURES FOR CYCLIC INSPECTION AND PRESERVATION OF NAVY OWNED MATERIAL IN STORE.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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A vital but often ignored supply function at Navy Stocking activities is the periodic inspection and preservation of material in store in order to insure that ready-for-issue material is furnished the operating forces. The purpose of this study is 1 to examine and summarize the basic cyclic inspection and preservation procedures and the deteriorative material procedures which are promulgated by certain Navy Inventory Control Points for selected categories of material, 2 to determine and summarize the common elements in the procedures and to make comparisons of the requirements imposed by the various inventory managers, 3 to obtain local operating procedures from selected stocking activities for the purpose of determining the effectiveness of the Inventory Control Point directives, and 4 to make recommendations for simplifying and improving the present systems. Author
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