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• 1.

### (601) At what temperature must a refrigerated storage warehouse chill space be maintained?

• A.

Below 0 degrees

• B.

Between 32 and 50 degrees

• C.

Between 50 and 60 degrees

• D.

Below 32 degrees

B. Between 32 and 50 degrees
Explanation
A refrigerated storage warehouse needs to maintain a temperature between 32 and 50 degrees to ensure that the stored items are properly chilled. This range is ideal for preserving perishable goods without freezing them. Temperatures below 32 degrees can cause freezing, while temperatures above 50 degrees may lead to spoilage or bacterial growth. Therefore, maintaining a temperature between 32 and 50 degrees is crucial for the effective functioning of a refrigerated storage warehouse.

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• 2.

### (601) How many feet must separate flammable storage facilities from other storage facilities?

• A.

25

• B.

50

• C.

75

• D.

100

B. 50
Explanation
Flammable storage facilities must be separated by 50 feet from other storage facilities. This distance is necessary to minimize the risk of fire spreading from the flammable materials to other storage areas. By maintaining a sufficient distance, the chances of a fire spreading and causing extensive damage or harm are reduced.

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• 3.

### (601) What are two types of open storage areas?

• A.

• B.

• C.

• D.

Improved and unimproved

D. Improved and unimproved
Explanation
The two types of open storage areas are "improved" and "unimproved". An improved storage area refers to a space that has been enhanced or modified to make it more suitable for storage purposes, such as adding shelves, racks, or other organizational systems. On the other hand, an unimproved storage area refers to a space that has not been modified or enhanced for storage, meaning it lacks any specific storage systems or organization.

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• 4.

### (601) What protects supplies placed in improved open storage from wet ground conditions?

• A.

Concrete

• B.

Drainage

• C.

Steel mats

• D.

Crushed stone

B. Drainage
Explanation
Drainage protects supplies placed in improved open storage from wet ground conditions by providing a system for the water to flow away from the stored supplies. It helps to prevent water from pooling or accumulating around the supplies, which could cause them to become wet or damaged. Proper drainage ensures that any water that comes into contact with the ground is directed away, keeping the supplies dry and protected.

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• 5.

### (602) When planning a warehouse layout, the basic resource of any material management and distribution operation is the

• A.

Gross space available

• B.

Storage space layout

• C.

Storage space

• D.

Storage plan

C. Storage space
Explanation
When planning a warehouse layout, the basic resource that is crucial for any material management and distribution operation is the storage space. This refers to the physical area within the warehouse where goods and inventory can be stored. The efficient utilization of storage space is essential for organizing and managing inventory effectively, ensuring easy access to items, and optimizing the overall flow of materials within the warehouse. Therefore, when planning a warehouse layout, careful consideration and planning of the storage space is necessary to maximize efficiency and productivity.

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• 6.

### (602) What storage factor is used when items with the slowest turnover rate are stored in areas farther from active stock processing areas?

• A.

Quantity

• B.

Similarity

• C.

Popularity

• D.

Size and weight

C. Popularity
Explanation
When items with the slowest turnover rate are stored in areas farther from active stock processing areas, the storage factor used is "popularity". This means that items that are less frequently requested or sold are stored in locations that are less accessible or require more effort to reach. This helps to optimize the efficiency of the stock processing areas by keeping frequently requested items closer and easily accessible, while less popular items are stored in more remote areas.

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• 7.

### (602) When you increase the amount of space for an item in a location to eliminate overflow into another item's location, you are implementing what item storage factor?

• A.

Quantity

• B.

Similarity

• C.

Popularity

• D.

Size and weight

A. Quantity
Explanation
When you increase the amount of space for an item in a location to eliminate overflow into another item's location, you are implementing the quantity item storage factor. This means that you are adjusting the storage space based on the quantity of items to ensure that there is enough space to accommodate them without overflowing into other locations.

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• 8.

### (603) Within a stock room, items are stored in bin rows. How are these rows numbered?

• A.

Odd numbers are assigned to the left of the main aisle

• B.

Even numbers are assigned to the left of the main aisle

• C.

Odd numbers are assigned to the left of working aisles

• D.

Even numbers are assigned to the left of working aisles

A. Odd numbers are assigned to the left of the main aisle
Explanation
In the given question, it is stated that within a stock room, items are stored in bin rows. The correct answer states that odd numbers are assigned to the left of the main aisle. This means that the bin rows on the left side of the main aisle are numbered with odd numbers. This numbering system helps in organizing and locating the items in the stock room efficiently.

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• 9.

### (603) The designator used to identify the storage level in a warehouse location is a

• A.

Single number

• B.

Two position number

• C.

Single capital letter

• D.

Two position capital letter

C. Single capital letter
Explanation
In a warehouse location, the designator used to identify the storage level is a single capital letter. This means that each level within the warehouse is assigned a unique letter to indicate its location. Using a single capital letter allows for easy identification and organization of the storage levels within the warehouse.

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• 10.

### (603) Refer to figure 1-7. What identifies the storage level in warehouse location 01A002B003G?

• A.

01

• B.

B

• C.

003

• D.

G

B. B
Explanation
The letter "B" in the given figure identifies the storage level in warehouse location 01A002B003G.

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• 11.

### (603) Refer to figure 1-7. What is used to identify bin subdivision  in the warehouse location 05C045F056D?

• A.

045

• B.

056

• C.

F

• D.

D

D. D
Explanation
In figure 1-7, the bin subdivision in warehouse location 05C045F056D is identified using the letter "D".

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• 12.

### (603) How are bin labels produced for storage locations?

• A.

CEMAS report

• B.

Warehouse location change/transaction report of hand written

• C.

FCS report or central location listing warehouse change/transaction

• D.

CEMAS report of central location listing

A. CEMAS report
Explanation
Bin labels for storage locations are produced using the CEMAS report. The CEMAS report provides information about warehouse location changes and transactions. By using this report, the necessary details can be obtained to create bin labels for storage locations.

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• 13.

### (603) Which process identifies records with duplicate warehouse locations?

• A.

Bin label validation

• B.

Storage layout reviews

• C.

Space utilization reviews

• D.

Warehouse location validation

D. Warehouse location validation
Explanation
Warehouse location validation is the process that identifies records with duplicate warehouse locations. This process ensures that each warehouse location is unique and helps to maintain accurate inventory management. By validating warehouse locations, organizations can avoid confusion and errors in locating and storing items within the warehouse. This process may involve reviewing and updating location records, conducting physical audits, and implementing systems or software to track and manage warehouse locations effectively.

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• 14.

### (604) When you match and stack containers by size in a warehouse or storage area, you are implementing what storage method?

• A.

Stack high

• B.

Stack compactly

• C.

Store systematically

• D.

Store for first-in,first out

B. Stack compactly
Explanation
When you match and stack containers by size in a warehouse or storage area, you are implementing the storage method of "stacking compactly." This means that you are arranging the containers in a way that minimizes wasted space and maximizes the use of available storage area. By stacking the containers closely together, you can efficiently utilize the vertical space and store a larger quantity of containers in a smaller footprint. This method helps to optimize storage capacity and improve overall efficiency in the warehouse or storage area.

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• 15.

### (604) Which storage method helps to ensure that the oldest items are issued before they become outdated?

• A.

Stack high

• B.

Stack compactly

• C.

Store systematically

• D.

Store for first in, first out

D. Store for first in, first out
Explanation
The storage method of "store for first in, first out" helps to ensure that the oldest items are issued before they become outdated. This method follows the principle of using items in the order they were received, ensuring that older items are used or issued first, preventing them from becoming outdated or expired. This helps to maintain the freshness and relevance of the stored items.

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• 16.

### (604) Markings found on containers that do not apply to presently packaged materials need to be

• A.

Ignored

• B.

Recycled

• C.

Destroyed

• D.

Saved as historical data

C. Destroyed
Explanation
Markings found on containers that do not apply to presently packaged materials need to be destroyed. This is because these markings may cause confusion or misinterpretation regarding the contents or handling instructions of the container. By destroying these markings, the risk of using outdated or incorrect information is eliminated, ensuring the safety and accuracy of the packaging process.

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• 17.

### (604) When handling material, the ideal lifting position is at

• A.

Bench level

• B.

Shelf level

• C.

The carrier's knees

• D.

The carrier's waist

D. The carrier's waist
Explanation
The ideal lifting position is at the carrier's waist because it allows for proper balance and control while lifting. Lifting from the waist helps to distribute the weight evenly throughout the body, reducing strain on the back and minimizing the risk of injury. Lifting from bench level or shelf level can put unnecessary strain on the upper body, while lifting from the carrier's knees can strain the lower back. Therefore, lifting from the waist is the most recommended position for safe and efficient material handling.

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• 18.

### (605) When property arrives to the receiving area, who should help a driver back a vehicle into position for offloading?

• A.

Spotter

• B.

In checker

• C.

Vehicle assistant

• D.

Transportation personnel

A. Spotter
Explanation
A spotter should help a driver back a vehicle into position for offloading when property arrives in the receiving area. A spotter is responsible for guiding the driver and ensuring that the vehicle is properly positioned for unloading. They help to prevent accidents and ensure the safe and efficient offloading of the property.

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• 19.

### (605) Before accepting a shipment, the receiving function representative must make sure that

• A.

All containers are accounted for

• B.

Damaged property is returned to the sending activity

• C.

Discrepancies are turned over to the cargo movement representative

• D.

The carrier annotated the reason for discrepancies on the receipt document

A. All containers are accounted for
Explanation
Before accepting a shipment, the receiving function representative must make sure that all containers are accounted for. This means that they need to ensure that all the containers that were supposed to be included in the shipment are actually present. This is important to prevent any missing or lost items and to ensure that the shipment is complete. It helps in maintaining accurate inventory records and allows for proper handling and storage of the received goods.

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• 20.

### (605) Who signs a copy of the bill of lading and files the document in the freight office?

• A.

Carrier

• B.

Warehouse personnel

• C.

Cargo movement representative

• D.

Receiving function representative

D. Receiving function representative
Explanation
The receiving function representative signs a copy of the bill of lading and files the document in the freight office. This person is responsible for receiving and inspecting incoming shipments, ensuring that the correct items and quantities have been received, and documenting the receipt of goods. By signing the bill of lading and filing it in the freight office, the receiving function representative acknowledges the receipt of the shipment and provides a record of the transaction.

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• 21.

### (605) Which part of the transportation control number (TCN) identifies the shipment as being as belonging to an AF supplies account?

• A.

Positions 1-2

• B.

Positions 3-6

• C.

Positions 7-10

• D.

Positions 11-14

A. Positions 1-2
Explanation
The first two positions of the transportation control number (TCN) identify the shipment as belonging to an AF supplies account. This means that these positions contain specific codes or numbers that indicate that the shipment is associated with the Air Force supplies account. The remaining positions in the TCN may contain other information such as the type of shipment, destination, or other identifying details.

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• 22.

### (605) Which document is used as the accountable document for items received from base supply?

• A.

GSA form 3186

• B.

DLA form 1224M, shipping instructions

• C.

DD form 1348-1A, issue release/receipt document

• D.

DD form 250, material inspection and receiving report

C. DD form 1348-1A, issue release/receipt document
Explanation
DD form 1348-1A is used as the accountable document for items received from base supply. This form is used to document the receipt of items and serves as a release document for the items issued. It includes important information such as the quantity, description, and condition of the items received, as well as the name and signature of the person receiving the items. This form helps ensure accountability and proper tracking of items received from base supply.

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• 23.

### (605) Who maintains the classified listing (CCL) authorization list of individuals approved to handle, process, or accept controlled materials?

• A.

CMA

• B.

LRS customer service

• C.

Receiving section

• D.

Holding area

B. LRS customer service
Explanation
LRS customer service maintains the classified listing (CCL) authorization list of individuals approved to handle, process, or accept controlled materials. They are responsible for ensuring that only authorized personnel have access to classified materials and maintaining the list of approved individuals.

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• 24.

### (606) The BOM item inquire screen can be accessed from which of these screens?

• A.

GPC purchase

• B.

Material acquisition

• C.

Store maintenance

• D.

Work order material information

D. Work order material information
Explanation
The BOM item inquire screen can be accessed from the work order material information screen. This screen provides detailed information about the materials required for a specific work order. By accessing the BOM item inquire screen from this screen, users can view and inquire about the Bill of Materials (BOM) items associated with the work order, including their availability, pricing, and other relevant details. This allows for better planning and management of materials needed for the work order.

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• 25.

### (606) When a CEMAS receipt is processed, which files are updated?

• A.

• B.

Adjective, noun dictionary, purchase order, vendor files

• C.

Buying history, purchase order, synonym, vendor files

• D.

Buying history, noun dictionary, purchase order, vendor files

D. Buying history, noun dictionary, purchase order, vendor files
Explanation
When a CEMAS receipt is processed, the buying history, noun dictionary, purchase order, and vendor files are updated.

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• 26.

### (606) What document is produced as a result of receiving an item into CEMAS inventory?

• A.

Fund city authority notice

• B.

PMD

• C.

Transaction history file notice

• D.

Purchase order award document

B. PMD
Explanation
PMD stands for Property Management Document. It is the document that is produced as a result of receiving an item into CEMAS (Centralized Equipment Management and Accounting System) inventory. This document serves as a record of the item received and is used for tracking and managing the inventory.

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• 27.

### (606) How long does the PMD stay with an item located in the holding area?

• A.

10 days

• B.

30 days

• C.

As determined by local policy

• D.

Until the item changes hands

D. Until the item changes hands
Explanation
The PMD (Postal Mail Delivery) stays with an item located in the holding area until the item changes hands. This means that the PMD will remain with the item until it is picked up or delivered to its intended recipient. There is no specific time limit mentioned, indicating that the PMD will stay with the item until it is no longer in the holding area.

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• 28.

### (607) Non-CEMAS receipts are items that

• A.

Are not used for construction, and require capitalization

• B.

Do not require capitalization or are valued less than the micro purchase threshold

• C.

Are not used for construction and valued less than the micro purchase threshold

• D.

Do not require capitalization or whose cost does not need to be distributed at shop rate

D. Do not require capitalization or whose cost does not need to be distributed at shop rate
Explanation
Non-CEMAS receipts are items that do not require capitalization or whose cost does not need to be distributed at shop rate. This means that these items are not considered to be significant enough to be capitalized or distributed at the shop rate. They may be low-value items or items that do not need to be accounted for in the same way as other construction-related expenses.

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• 29.

### (607) Auditable receiving documents are filed according to

• A.

AFCSM 32-303, work information management system software users manual

• B.

MAJCOM procedures

• C.

The joint supply manual

• D.

Local procedures

D. Local procedures
Explanation
The correct answer is local procedures. Auditable receiving documents are filed according to the local procedures in place. These procedures may vary from one organization or location to another, so it is important to follow the specific guidelines and instructions provided by the local procedures for filing auditable receiving documents.

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• 30.

### (608) What are two categories of material discrepancies?

• A.

Functional and material repair

• B.

Functional and material shortage

• C.

Shipping and material damage

• D.

Shipping and material quality

D. Shipping and material quality
Explanation
The two categories of material discrepancies are shipping and material quality. Shipping discrepancies refer to issues that arise during the transportation process, such as incorrect quantities or damaged goods. Material quality discrepancies, on the other hand, pertain to problems with the actual quality or condition of the materials received, such as defects or substandard materials. These two categories encompass different types of issues that can occur in the supply chain, allowing for a more comprehensive understanding of potential discrepancies.

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• 31.

### (608) When excessive packaging is used by the contractor, which form is used to report the additional costs to the government?

• A.

DD form 470, cargo out turn request

• B.

Standard form 364, report of discrepancy

• C.

DD form 1348-1A, issue release/receipt document

• D.

DD form 361, transportation discrepancy report

B. Standard form 364, report of discrepancy
Explanation
When excessive packaging is used by the contractor, the additional costs are reported to the government using the standard form 364, report of discrepancy. This form is specifically designed to report any discrepancies or issues that arise during the contracting process, including excessive packaging. It allows the contractor to document the details of the discrepancy and report the associated costs to the government for review and resolution.

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• 32.

### (608) Which form is used to report AMC and contract carrier discrepancies?

• A.

DD form 470, cargo out turn request

• B.

Standard form 364, report of discrepancy

• C.

DD form 1348-1A, issue release/receipt document

• D.

DD form 361, transportation discrepancy report (TDR)

D. DD form 361, transportation discrepancy report (TDR)
Explanation
The correct answer is DD form 361, transportation discrepancy report (TDR). This form is used to report discrepancies in transportation, such as missing or damaged cargo, incorrect delivery locations, or any other issues that arise during the transportation process. It allows for a standardized way to document and report these discrepancies, ensuring that they are properly addressed and resolved. The other options, DD form 470, cargo out turn request, standard form 364, report of discrepancy, and DD form 1348-1A, issue release/receipt document, are not specifically designed for reporting transportation discrepancies.

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• 33.

### (608) Which form is initiated by ocean terminals to consolidate individual transportation discrepancy reports when a sealift carrier is at fault?

• A.

DD form 470, cargo out turn request

• B.

Standard form 364, report of discrepancy

• C.

DD form 1348-1A, issue release/receipt document

• D.

DD form 361, transportation discrepancy report (TDR)

A. DD form 470, cargo out turn request
Explanation
The correct answer is DD form 470, cargo out turn request. This form is initiated by ocean terminals to consolidate individual transportation discrepancy reports when a sealift carrier is at fault. It is used to request the out-turn of cargo from a transportation terminal and to document any discrepancies or damages found during the process.

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• 34.

### (609) Which work order is used to issue items from store stock?

• A.

00009

• B.

00010

• C.

00011

• D.

00012

C. 00011
Explanation
Work order 00011 is used to issue items from store stock.

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• 35.

### (609) Which transaction record identification code (TRIC) identifies store stock withdrawals?

• A.

• B.

Issue (ISU)

• C.

REC

• D.

XCS

B. Issue (ISU)
Explanation
The transaction record identification code (TRIC) "Issue (ISU)" is used to identify store stock withdrawals. This TRIC is commonly used in inventory management systems to track the removal of items from a store's stock. It helps to keep a record of the quantity and type of items that are being taken out of the inventory, allowing for accurate tracking and monitoring of stock levels.

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• 36.

### (609) Which CEMAS file is updated to reflect items that have been issued from the holding area?

• A.

MBMI

• B.

MBMF

• C.

MNON

• D.

MPOF

A. MBMI
Explanation
The correct answer is MBMI. MBMI is the CEMAS file that is updated to reflect items that have been issued from the holding area.

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• 37.

### (609) Which CEMAS program is used to issue items from the residue holding area to any valid work order?

• A.

MNONUDRA

• B.

MNONUDRI

• C.

MNONUDRS

• D.

MNONUDSI

B. MNONUDRI
Explanation
The correct answer is MNONUDRI. This program is used to issue items from the residue holding area to any valid work order.

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• 38.

### (610) Where does CEMAS check first for availability of stock when a BOM is firmed?

• A.

COCESS

• B.

Holding area

• C.

Residue

• D.

Shop stock

C. Residue
Explanation
CEMAS checks first for the availability of stock in the residue.

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• 39.

### (610) What happens to the BOM line item when the entire line item quantity is returned to store stock or residue?

• A.

The line item is deleted

• B.

The line item is moved to history

• C.

The line item is transferred to the store BOM

• D.

The line item remains on the BOM with zero quantity

A. The line item is deleted
Explanation
When the entire line item quantity is returned to store stock or residue, the line item is deleted.

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• 40.

### (610) Which CEMAS program is used to place property found on base into the inventory system?

• A.

MBMIUDHI

• B.

MNONUD

• C.

MNONUDRS

• D.

MTHRUD

D. MTHRUD
Explanation
The program MTHRUD is used to place property found on base into the inventory system.

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• 41.

### (610) When transferring an item using the store/forward store to residue option, what is the minimum quantity that can be transferred?

• A.

1

• B.

10

• C.

There is no minimum

• D.

The total quantity available in the store

D. The total quantity available in the store
Explanation
When transferring an item using the store/forward store to residue option, there is no minimum quantity that can be transferred. The option allows for the transfer of the total quantity available in the store, regardless of the quantity being transferred.

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• 42.

### (611) How many days are completed BOMs kept in the file before they are deleted by the end of month process?

• A.

30

• B.

60

• C.

90

• D.

120

D. 120
Explanation
BOMs (Bill of Materials) are kept in the file for a period of 120 days before they are deleted by the end of month process. This means that any BOM that is older than 120 days will be removed from the file. This time period allows for a sufficient amount of historical data to be retained while also ensuring that the file does not become overcrowded with outdated information.

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• 43.

### (611) What action (if any) must be taken to produce a BOM final closeout report when a work order is closed and items remain  in the holding area?

• A.

The items must be issued to shop stock

• B.

The items must be deleted from the BOM

• C.

The items must be transferred to the store or residue

• D.

No action required

C. The items must be transferred to the store or residue
Explanation
When a work order is closed and items remain in the holding area, the correct action to produce a BOM final closeout report is to transfer the items to the store or residue. This ensures that the items are properly accounted for and removed from the holding area, allowing for an accurate report of the final closeout of the BOM.

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• 44.

### (611) What action (if any) must be taken to produce BOM final closeout report when a work order is closed but the COM indicates requirements that were cancelled by contracting?

• A.

The items must be issued to shop stock

• B.

The items must be deleted from the BOM

• C.

The items must be transferred to the store or residue

• D.

No action required

B. The items must be deleted from the BOM
Explanation
When a work order is closed but the COM indicates requirements that were cancelled by contracting, the correct action to produce the BOM final closeout report is to delete the items from the BOM. This means that the items that were originally planned to be used in the work order are no longer needed and should be removed from the bill of materials. Deleting these items ensures that the BOM accurately reflects the final status of the work order and prevents any confusion or errors in future reports or inventory management.

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• 45.

### (612) Which CEMAS file contains the quantities available in the residue holding area (RHA)?

• A.

BOM file (MBMF)

• B.

BOM item file (MBMI)

• C.

Inventory file (MINV)

• D.

Noun dictionary (MNON)

D. Noun dictionary (MNON)
Explanation
The noun dictionary (MNON) contains the quantities available in the residue holding area (RHA). This file is used to store and retrieve information about the various nouns used in the system, including the quantities in the RHA. The BOM file (MBMF) is used for storing bills of materials, the BOM item file (MBMI) is used for storing information about individual items in the BOM, and the inventory file (MINV) is used for storing inventory information.

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• 46.

### (612) Excess property must be returned to the store rather than being stored as an RHA item when

• A.

There is no space in the RHA

• B.

The item is needed to fill other requirements

• C.

The item is coded as a main store stocked item

• D.

There are open purchase records for the same item

C. The item is coded as a main store stocked item
Explanation
When an item is coded as a main store stocked item, it means that the store already has it in stock and it is readily available for use. In this case, if there is excess property, it should be returned to the store rather than being stored as an RHA (Rental Housing Assistance) item. This is because the store already has the item and there is no need to store it as an RHA item.

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• 47.

### (612) Which CEMAS program is used to review items on the RHA?

• A.

MNONUDRA

• B.

MNONUDRI

• C.

MNONUDRS

• D.

MNONUDSI

A. MNONUDRA
Explanation
The correct answer is MNONUDRA. This program is used to review items on the RHA.

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• 48.

### (613) How are items added or deleted from the store?

• A.

Programmatically

• B.

By shop personnel

• C.

By contracting personnel

• D.

By material acquisition personnel

D. By material acquisition personnel
Explanation
Items are added or deleted from the store by material acquisition personnel. This means that the individuals responsible for acquiring materials are the ones who handle the process of adding or removing items from the store. It is their responsibility to manage the inventory and make any necessary changes to the store's stock.

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• 49.

### (613) What work order indicator is used to establish a forward store?

• A.

A

• B.

M

• C.

O

• D.

S

C. O
Explanation
The work order indicator "O" is used to establish a forward store. This indicates that the work order is for an item that will be stored in advance, usually in anticipation of future demand. This helps ensure that the item is readily available when needed, reducing lead times and improving customer satisfaction.

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• 50.

### (614) Which CEMAS program is used for all forward store actions?COME BACK TO

• A.

MBMIUDHI

• B.

MNONUD

• C.

MNONUDRS

• D.

MSSNUD

A. MBMIUDHI
Explanation
The correct answer is MBMIUDHI. This program is used for all forward store actions in CEMAS.

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