(8) 30-1h, Food program reports. Reports used for supervision, rendering
assistance and advice, and review and analysis of the food program. Food progress
accomplished in the food facility reports; subsistence supply and service reports; post food
service supervisor's reports; and reports containing data relative to central billing for cross-
servicing of meals furnished personnel of other services; Connelly program information,
command logistic reviews, best dining facility awards, dining facility modernization plan,
annual food plan,culinary arts information, food service summaries, and food service
management plans; approved brunch menus, cook of the quarter, and related information
maintained by the food advisor and or supervisors. Consolidated or summary reports destroy
after 5 years and feeder reports destroy on extraction of data. Other offices, brigade, division,
installation, and MACOM food advisor/supervisor destroy after 2 years.
(9) 30-1i, Ration Requests. Requests for motor convoy rations, consolidated
ration requests, or comparable documents relating to requests for the issue of subsistence.
Brigade or higher destroy after 2 years.
(10) 30-1j, Menus development. Information relating to the development,
review, and approval of master and special menus. Information reflecting cost, dietary,
nutritional information, and issue analysis, ration factor lists, copies of published menus, and
copies of menu board minutes. Destroy after 2 years, or on the suspension, obsolescence, as
(11) 30-1k, Food facility establishment files. Information relating to the review
and approval of recommendations for the establishment, change in capacity, or discontinuance of
cold storage facilities, Troop Issue Subsistence Activity (TISA), and similar food processing or
storing facilities. Recommendations, justifications, reports of survey, approvals or
discontinuance. Destroy 2 years after discontinuance of the related facility.
(12) 30-1l, Facility and equipment layout reviews. Information relating to the
technical review of layout plans for the construction of, significant modifications, or deviation
from standard plans for facilities and associated equipment. Preliminary drawings, plans and
equipment layout sketches, site plans, and recommendations resulting from the reviews. Destroy
when no longer needed for current operations.
(13) 30-5a, Food cost and feeding strength reports. Reports used for the purpose
of review and analysis of the food program containing data relative to central billing for cross-
servicing of meals furnished to personnel of other services. Food cost and feeding strength
summary and subsistence data summary and similar information. Destroy after 2 years.
(14) 30-7a, War reserve/projection levels. Information relating to the
establishment and status of war reserve and projectable levels of operational rations. Destroy
after 2 years.