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Reference:

Paragraph 51009 MCM

It is requested that flight rations be issued as indicated below in accordance with the authority contained in the reference.

(a) For 12 officers and enlisted personnel, and 22 passengers Total 34.

(b) Number of meals to be furnished:

68

(c) Number of each type of ration required:

(a) Number of meals to be sold to those not entitled to a flight ration:

Prepared Meals

Prepared Meals (1) Breakfasts.

(1) Breakfasts... (2) Dinners...34.

(2) Dinners...

.22 13 Suppers... 34.

(3) Suppers.
Box Lunches....

Box Lunches....
Ration Components

Ration Components..
Refreshments..

Refreshments...
2.

These rations ordered at 0900 12 August 1948,
and will be required at 1100 13 August 1948.

3.
ration will be furnished without cost to any person in a

I certify that no part of an aircraft fligh
travel or per diem status.

PLANE OR TRIP
NUMBER

If Berry

NOTIFICATION
WILL BE GIVEN
SUFFICIENTLY
IN ADVANCE

J.J. BERRY
By direction

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Captain, USMC. SIGNATURE OF PERSON

WHO RECEIVES RATIONS
FROM SUPPLY OFFICER

FIGURE 51-1.

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for flight rations during that month will be deposited with a disbursing officer. In all cases of forwarding of funds, the receiving officer will furnish the forwarding officer with a receipt for such funds.

18-26

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26-46

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12. When stops are made en route at suitable hours, it may be desirable for the crew and passengers to have a hot meal in the general mess. The supply officer at the air station where stops are to be made will be informed in advance, usually from the departure report, as to the number of persons on board and time of arrival, so that a meal can be ready upon the arrival of the plane. The prices to be charged passengers and others not entitled to subsistence at Government expense for meals issued from the general mess will be at the rate per meal prescribed in paragraph 51015.

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Cookies, assorted
Fruit cocktail---
Fruits, assorted, canned (to be ob-

tained from general mess) -Beverages: Fruit juices (to be obtained from

general mess) -
Tomato juice (to be obtained from

general mess)
Coffee, soluble--
Tea balls---
Chocolate syrup---
Cocoa beverage powder
Lemon juice, orange

and grape powder, synthetic (individual

packages)--grams Miscellaneous:

Bread, brown, canned --
Crackers, soda (or other biscuits)-
Apple butter, canned --
Jams
Jellies
Marmalade
Cheese, canned
Cheese, spread
Peanut butter
Sandwich spread
Catsup
Dressings, salad, mayonnaise
Mustard, prepared
Olives
Pickles and pickle relish-
Cereal, prepared ---

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13. The items listed below are authorized
for use in flight rations. This list of items
includes provisions available for issue from
the general mess in the container sizes given,
as well as certain special items considered
desirable for use in the flight ration. Such
other items are available in general
messes and are suitable for use in aircraft
may also be utilized. The special items of
provisions listed may be procured in accord-
ance with Part C.

Size
Item

(ounces)
Soups, assorted canned
Meats (canned):
Bacon, sliced

24
Beef and vegetables

30 Beef, corned.

12 Beef, roast

12 Beef, roast and gravy-

30 Chicken and vegetables

12 Chicken, boned-

35 Fish, flaked

16 Ham chunks

30 Ham with candied sweetpotatoes

34 Ham with raisin sauce

34 Hash, corned beef

16 Luncheon meat-

12 Meat and rice dehydrated

16 Meat and noodles--

12 Meat balls and spaghetti

30 Meat, ground and spaghetti

12 Salmon

16 Sardines

16 Shrimp--

16 Stew, meat and vegetables -

30 Swiss steak and gravy

30 Tuna fish-..

8
Turkey, boned

35
Vegetables, assorted, canned (to be
obtained from general mess) -

18-26
Desserts:
Candy, hard

16
Chocolate bars...

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governmental, if any, and the extent to which the privilege would aid the military establishment.

3. When adequate messing facilities operated by private agencies are not available, commanding officers of posts or stations may authorize, without reference to Headquarters Marine Corps, the sale of meals from the general mess to accredited entertainers, correspondents, civilian athletic teams and civilians temporarily aboard the station in connection with official Government business, whose presence at the post or station is authorized.

4. In the event of public exigency or calamity, and when so authorized by the senior officer present, commanding officers may sell meals to civilians. In case the use of this authority is necessary, the Commandant of the Marine Corps shall be so informed as soon as practicable. (See Article 1263, Navy Regulations.)

Supply rations will be reported under the heading “Additions" as "others attached" or "Navy supernumeraries' in the column provided for this purpose on the monthly ration memorandum, Form NAVMC-828-SD. Where such additional members of a mess belong to other branches of the service, the settlement for rations is effected by a transfer of appropriations. The governing price for supernumerary rations furnished enlisted personnel will be the current established price of the ration.

51015 PAID SUPERNUMERARY RATIONS

to purchase cooked

5. The sale of cooked meals shall not be made without prior approval of the commanding officer.

1. All additional persons furnished meals in a general mess, and who are required to pay for such meals, are known as paid supernumeraries, and their presence is al. so reported in a separate column provided for such purpose on Form NAVMC-828-SD. Personnel authorized meals in the general mess

as supernumeraries shall be charged an appropriate percentage of the established price of the ration (computed in accordance with paragraph 51062, or as established by the Quartermaster General of the Marine Corps), i, e., 25 per. cent for breakfast, 50 percent for dinner (noon meal) and 25 percent for supper. When computing the price to be charged for each meal the fractions resulting will be disregarded and the cost of the meal increased to the next cent, i. e.:

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Unit Cost of Ration 1.1084 Breakfast (25 percent of unit) --25 percent of

1.1084=0.2771=28¢ sales price. Dinner (50 percent of unit)--50 Percent of

1.1084=0.5542=56¢ sales price. Supper (25 percent of unit) --25 percent

1.1084=0.2771=28 ¢ sales price. The normal 3 percent overhead charge will not be added to these sales. The money re: ceived from the sale of such rations shall be reported on the Mess Officer's Report of Paid Supernumerary Rations, Form 828a-SD. Form 828a-SD crediting the amount of the The total receipts shall be reported on the total number of rations sold multiplied by the unit cost of the ration to the appropriation "Military Personnel, Marine Corps,''and the difference remaining as the result of increasing the cost due to fractions shall be credited to Miscellaneous Receipts. (See Figure 51-5.)

2. Enlisted personnel drawing subsistence allowances as described in paragraph 51003 are prohibited from being subsisted in the general mess as paid supernumeraries.

3. All persons subsisted in a general mess as paid supernumeraries are cash for the meal at the time it is served.

51014 SUPERNUMERARY RATIONS

1. General messes are composed of, and their daily ration credit established by, the number of enlisted personnel composing the command and present for rations. Other enlisted personnel present for rations but not composing part of the command are known

supernumeraries. Their presence for

as

required to pay

NAVMC 83-AD (Rer, -po)

reported under the 195 others attached" : 1

in the columi ma the monthly ratas -MC-828-SD. TE

of a mess belongos

51015

U. S. MARINE CORPS

DATE 2 July 1952
SHIPPING ORDER-INVOICE AND RECEIPT
Accountable Officer (FS-272), Ration Platoon (Stock), Supply Co.,
From lat. Seryice...Bn...dat...Mar..Divas...FMF.....PAC..

AO (FG-279) 3rd Bn., 1st Marines, 1st Mar Div.,
FMF, PAC

INVOICE TO

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SHIP TO

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1.2018, 640.00

Tcent for et Or supper hit charged its

2 18,000 56-R-6851 Ration, individual, Combat "C"

ration
3
7,200 56-R-8660-750 Ration, small vetachment 5-in-1,
Menu No. 1

ration
4
7, 200 56-R-8660-751 Ration, small detachment 5-in-1,
Menu No. 2

ration
5
7,200 56-R-8660-752 Ration, small detachment 5-in-l,
Menu No. 3

ration
6
7,200 56-R-866--753 Ration, small detachment 5-in-1,
Menu No. 4

ration
7
7,200 56-R-8660-754 Ration, small detachment 5-in-1,
Menu No. 5

ration

1.208, 640,00

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FICATE

r CG 1st Marliv, Ser 1001, dtd i June 1952
t the following packaged operational rations
from my Marine Corps Packaged Operational
accordance with authority contained in refer-

d Packet, Individual ault

ion, Individual, abat "C"

11 Detachment, n-1

and 6942 rations consumed sted in kind. d 258 rations consumed -pernumeries. rom sale of a bove ficer paid supernumeries.

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