And maybe TP.
Unless, of course, they are ordered to listen to Sheryl Crowe.
I remember reading one article about the then-new LA class boats. They would leave port with food packages stacked all over the place.
Thus it has ever been on boats (subs, to civilians)!
When we left for patrol, not only was food and other stores packed in every imaginable nook and cranny, but cases of canned foods even paved the passageways ... so you were literally walking on(and sometimes sleeping on) your future meals.
The downside was if you were going somewhere where the lights were off, in berthing and some other areas, and some mess-cook had retrieved a case of whatever since the last time you passed that way, then there could be a sudden 'hole' in your path.
At least they didn't store spuds in the showers like they did in the old diesel boat days!