The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on September 15, 1971 · Page 45
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 45

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Wednesday, September 15, 1971
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Ogdea Standard-Examiner, Wednesday, September 15,1971 CONGRATUIATIONS DEFENSE DEPOT OGDEN from Plostic Fabricating and Supply 3571 5. 2nd W., S.L.C.- Ut. DEFENSE DEPOT OGDEN WE HAVE ALL OF YOUR OFFICE SUPPLY NEEDS. OFFICE EQUIPMENT, INC. 1 367 Major Stre'et Salt Lake Utah INSPECTION and verification operations lor items returning to Defense Depot Ogden are handled by this section of 16C receiving mechanized lines. Handling Returned Material Important Function of Depot Tha phasedown of operations | Additional information, in-Southeast Asia lias resulted Required to identify materiel is [ridges with viewing stations on each inspection line. in (he return of large volumes of excess materials to Defense Depot Ogden, according to Mitchell Anderson, receiving division chief. Major supporting activities in the U.S: also have been sending in excess materials. During the period of July 1970, through June,. 1971, a total of 533,022 shipments of excess materiel were returned to DDO Of these items, about half were from overseas activities. Tlie DDO mission is to receive, inspect, identify am repackage returned materie and place it in stock for re-issue to requisitioning activities. Th< depot has kept pace with thi rapid relurn of excess materie by completing the processing o returned materiel in less than and medals, seven work days from lime of receipt until materiel is placed in slock for re-issue. '• MAJOR FACTOR i Installation of the mechanized receiving system in 1967, lias proved to be a major factor in accelerating the return of materiel into the supply system. . This system has the capability of processing 2,500 inbound shipment line items in an eight hour period. Notable features of the system include direct on-line | questioning of the depot computer to obtain warehouse locations for storage, and technical information used to inspect materiel. These remote inquiries opsrale at a speed of approximately Ihrec inputs and replies psr minufe. :ontained in microfilm car- microfilm contains Th cross 4.4 Million Items Packed, Classified DDO completed the classification and packing of 4,422,639; station return items, an increase of 876,618 items over the previous year. These items are personal equipment, new and used, received from posts, camps and stations for return to depot stock. They include such items as reference data from fh manufacturer's part number t the federal stock number, fo approximately 2,000,000 dif ferent items, managed by th Defense Supply Agency, am provide a means of rapk identification of materiel. new mechanized equi] Congutnlaliom! Defense Depot Ogden on 2/pw 30th Anniversary! J. B. MARSH PEST CONTROL SERVICE 2441 Grant . 392-6518 De/enscDepot Og ment and supporting systems is constant wonder to -many of the olde timers at the depot, who can recall the difficulties en countered in processing returned from World War II and the Korean War, when materiel was stored for field packs, armor vests, gloves, available at that time. foul-weather gear, all types of boots and shoes, tentage items, serving this area over 60 years ,,, Years Later You've come a long way in 30 years. And for most of that time, First Security has been coming right along with you, We appreciate the privilege of serving the depot, and are proud to be associated with an installation which has compiled such an enviable record. In the 28 years we've been here, our services have grown from what you'd expect from a small bank, to what you'd expect from a large bank. Checking, savings, loans, financial management, international letters of credit, even direct deposit of your pay check, to make your banking a little more convenient, Ask about it! In short, as you serve the country, First Security will serve you. FIRST SECURITY BANK Mfmbtr Fir»t S*<urily Corporation Syitem of Bank* RESOURCES OVER ONE BILUON DOLLARS P1RST SECURITY BANK OF UTAH, N.A. Member of federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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