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Supply Economy

» Supply Adjustment Procedures

» About the Property Book for Commanders
Responsibilities, The Inventory, Inspect Unit Supply Records, Property Adjustments and Wartime Accounting

» Conducting a Change of Command Inventory
Pre-Command Briefing. Outline References Before the Inventory Inventory Conclusion of the Inventory Summary Questions Conclusion

» Report of Survey
The report of survey documents the circumstances concerning the loss, damage, or destruction of Government property and serves as, or supports a voucher for adjusting the property from accountable records. It also documents a charge of financial liability assessed against an individual or entity, or provides for relief from financial liability.

» Supply Operations at the Company Level

» Supply and Services for Company Commanders

» Report of Survey Officer Brief
Where to begin, Selection Process, Responsibilities, Timeline, Extensions, Actions After Making Recommendations, References

» Introduction to Supply
Identify the basic supply terms and concepts necessary to understand the logistics system

» IDT/AT Preparation
Identify major areas of emphasis for supply sergeants for IDT and AT training. Establish guidelines for assisting supply sergeants to prepare, anticipate and execute supply functions during unit training periods

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