(13) Press [RETURN] and a message is displayed: Do you want to review another
meal at this time (Y or N)?
(a) Enter "Y" to process another kitchen requisition.
(b) Enter "N" to finish processing requisitions and return to the Meal Production
(14) To interrupt processing, press [DELETE]. A message is displayed: Are you sure
you want to abort this process (Y or N)?
(a) Enter "Y" and a message is displayed: Process aborted. Transactions not
processed. Press RETURN to exit. Press [RETURN] and the Meal Production Planning Menu is
(b) Enter "N" and the cursor moves back to the last data entry field you completed.
(15) To exit this menu, select option R. The AFMIS-DFO Main Menu is displayed.
d. Outputs. The Kitchen Requisition and Returns Report (PCN AJK-425) is printed for
the date and meal you select. The number of copies printed is based on your selection. AR 25-
400-2 lists the file numbers and retention periods for Food Service Program files. AFMIS reports
are not included in the current listings. Use the following information to file your report:
(1) File No. 30-1d, Dining Facility Operations File (6-month file).
(2) Attach the Kitchen Requisition and Returns Report (PCN AJK-425) to the
Production Schedule Report for filing. Discard the Kitchen Requisition and Returns Worksheet
(PCN AJK-422) after you print the Kitchen Requisition and Returns Report (PCN AX-425).
(3) Cut off this file twice a fiscal year. For example:
COFF: 31 Mar 93
DEST: Oct 93
COFF: 30 Sep 93
DEST: Apr 94.
11.Summary. Supporting the nutritional needs of the soldier is indeed a big responsibility. It is
your responsibility to ensure that soldiers are fed adequately and that the correct requisitioning
procedures are followed. You are accountable for the subsistence used to support your soldiers.
In this lesson you have just learned requisitioning procedures for box lunches, and operational
rations; issuing, accounting, and reporting procedures for box lunches, operational rations; and
inventory control procedures using AFMIS.