Storekeeper duties and responsibilities pdf Store manager in the Business or Retail sense, see Business manager. This article needs additional citations for verification.
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MOS 92 of the US Army. One of the oldest Navy ratings, Storekeepers are tasked with maintaining ship or company military supply stores. Their responsibilities generally include purchasing and procurement, shipping and receiving, and issuing of equipment, tools, consumable items or anything else obtained through the Naval Supply System. Storekeepers fall under the authority of a supply officer.
The exception to this is in the case of the Independent Storekeeper NEC which trains E-6 and above to operate independently of a Supply Officer. Naval Air Station Sigonella, Sicily Weapons Department. The department, a semi-autonomous entity within NAS Sigonella, is headed by a weapons officer to whom the Storekeepers report. Since there is no Supply Officer within a weapons department, the task of signing requisitions falls upon the Independent Duty SK.