Lesson 3 of the subcourse provides soldiers in the Food Service Specialist Advanced
Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC) with information on reporting unsatisfactory
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After completion of lesson 3, you will be able to:
Complete a correspondence subcourse on the development of AFMIS's user's
work schedules, systems management checklists, and Commanders Guide;
general AFMIS information reports and their manual paperwork equivalent;
information reports and equipment records using AFMIS.
In a self-study environment.
To 70 percent accuracy when evaluated.
REFERENCES: AFIS End Users Manual, Army Food Service Program-AR 30-1, Modern
Army Records Keeping System - AR 25-400-2; Field and Garrison Furnishings and Equipment,
All senior food operations sergeants' review, revise, and finalize operations within the dining
facility. In order to accomplish this task, they must be able to analyze, interpret, and continually
update the various reports that are created during the operation of a dining facility. Being
competent in these tasks greatly reflects in the overall efficiency of the operation.
Dining Facilities (DF) Files Review.
a. DF File Inquiry. During the initial set up of a dining facilities administration section, it
is vital that certain areas of the AFMIS system are checked and updated as needed. Failure to
update these areas will result in corrupted data tables and reports.
(1) DF Account Code/Customer ID. As managers, you should ensure administration
personnel or yourself check that the correct dining facilities account code is on the system.
An incorrect account code can result in your account postings going to another dining