need 1.4 modules, the FSS must order two modules. If your plan calls for
nonunitized B-Ration meals, the field kitchen is not responsible for
calculating individual line-item requirements.
(d) Medical B Rations. Order the medical B-Ration menu as meals.
You may need medical B-Ration unique items to support the preparation of
and the food-item mix that you order depend on your expected inpatient
(e) A Rations.
The FSS orders A Rations as meals.
point or the activity lists the required items, the issue factors, and the
Request/Issue/Turn-In Slip) listing the quantities to be adjusted and using
the incorporated on-hand residuals.
Give primary consideration to menu
variety and to nutrition when you use on-hand residuals.
Prepare the DA
Form 3294-R in a minimum of three copies.
Retain copy number three.
Forward copies one and two.
Forward the completed DA Form 3294-R to your
supporting supply point or activity. Do so according to the request or the
issue schedule that is established for the field operation.
(3) Spreadsheet Preparation.
One method of planning and managing
ration requirements by unit is to prepare a Class I spreadsheet. Figure 1-3
is an example of a Class I spreadsheet.
Obtain the information for the
spreadsheet from unit strength and feeder reports.
Example of a Class I spreadsheet