*NOTE: INQUIRIES ON
QA/QS/CONTRACTING SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO THE
ARMY PETROLEUM CENTER HELP
ARMY PETROLEUM CENTER HELP DESK
Operation & Planning Tools:
Equipment Failure Reporting
Quality Deficiency Report (QDR):
Electronic reporting of equipment failure (example: Collapsible tank failure etc.) In the "Site Search" (top Left side of page) type QDR and at next page under "Services Pages Found" click on "Electronic Deficiency Reporting Sys (EDRS)" this will take you to the report submission page. (NOTE: Include specific details related to the failure, if a collapsible tank dated wetted which identifies when product was first placed in tank plus type of product also and if available pictures.)
FA, GPM, MAM, SOUM, TAM Messages
Links to Petroleum Field Alert (FA), Ground Precautionary (GPM), Maintenance Advisory (MAM), Safety of Use (SOUM), and Technical Advisory (TAM) Messages:
Army Petroleum Center (APC)
GPM, MAM, SOUM, and TAM messages.
TACOM LCMC Safety First
NOTE: When at this Website, under Navigation (Left side of page) find “Safety First Home Page” and “Maintenance Messages Home Page” links. Also you can request “E-Mail Subscriptions” for all the messages that may apply to you.
On the web site under message header Select a COMMODITY GROUP for drop-down – next select SOLDIER AND COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEMS and then look for Petroleum or Water.
For (Maintenance Messages) Maintenance Advisory Message (MAM), Maintenance Action (MA) and Maintenance Information (MI) messages can be linked through the red ALERT box on TULSA page and following same steps as above.
Accounting and Planning Aid References
Automated Fuel Accounting Program
Allows units and activities to automate Army fuel accounting. Requires Excel 5.0 or newer. Click Here to open file, use Save As, to save the file to a folder or disk.
Liquid Logistics Planning & Operations Smart Book
For planning mission petroleum, water & laboratory equipment, references, quality surveillance, environmental considerations, fuel facts. Click Here to request your copy by e-mail.
Petroleum Leader Guide
For planning mission accomplishment, Army accountability, quality surveillance, pollution control, fire and safety, pilferage and sabotage. Click Here to request your copy by e-mail.
FM 10-67-1: Concepts and Equipment of Petroleum Operations
TM 4-43.31 (FM 10-67-2): Petroleum Laboratory Testing and Operations
TB 10-5430-253-13: Collapsible Fabric Fuel Tanks
This technical bulletin provides guidelines for determining collapsible fuel tank service life, fill levels, BRAG rating system and Product Quality Deficiency Report (PQDR) procedures.
MIL-STD-3004C: QS for Fuels, Lubricants, Related Products.
MIL-STD-290F: Packaging & Marking of Petroleum & Related Products.
MIL-HDBK-1022A: Petroleum Fuel Facilities.
MAM 06-048: Collapsible Tank Shelf-Life
TAM 07-002: Filter Separator Service Life Change
GPM 08-015: Collapsible Tank SERVICE LIFE
Fuels Technical Letter (FTL) 11-01 (CAC Protected)
Standard Practice for Establishing Fuel Infrastructure and Support for Aviation Gasoline (AVGAS)
Fuels Technical Letter (FTL) 11-02 (CAC Protected)
Filter Effectiveness Program - Millipore Use
Fuel Technical Letter (FTL) 12-02 (Change 2) 14 Feb 2014 (CAC Protected)
Update CONUS Conversion from JP-8 to Jet A w/Additives (F-24), required Marking and Sampling requirements for Units and Activities.
Fuels Technical Letter (FTL) 13-01 (CAC Protected)
Use of Hose End Strainer in Tactical Fuel Systems
Fuels Technical Letter (FTL) 13-02 (CAC Protected)
Operation Enduring Freedom Petroleum Accountability and Reporting
TM 10-6640-263-13&P: PQAS-E
TM 10-6640-262-13&P: PQAS
TM 10-6630-223-13&P: Test Kit Aviation
STP 10-92F15-SM-TG: Petroleum Soldier Manual
STP 10-92L14-SM-TG: Petroleum Laboratory Specialist Soldier Manual
ATP 3-04.94: Army Techniques Publication for Forward Arming and
Refueling Points (FARP)
TB Med 577: Sanitary Control & Surveillance of Field Water Supplies.
FM 10-52-1: Water Operations
TM 10-4610-232-12: 3K ROWPU
TM 10-4610-309-10: 1,500 TWPS
TM 10-4610-310-14: 125 LWP
TM 10-6630-222-12&P: Water Quality Test Kit (WQAS-P)
TM 10-4320-346-12&P: FAWPASS (New Model)
TM 10-5430-244-10: HIPPO
STP 10-92W14-SM-TG: Water Soldier Manual
Army Publishing Agency (USAPA):
(NOTE: Location to download AR and DA Pamphlets.)
Publication Source for TMs,
(NOTE: At the "Authorized Access Only" at the bottom click on "I Accept" on the next screen at the bottom click on "Links to Official Army Publications Websites" followed by clicking on "U.S. Army Logistics Support Activity (TMs, TBs & SC)" following this screen you will be at the "ETM Search" screen where you can locate a publication by enter the first 6 digits of the pub number. You will be presented a listing of all publications with that numeric sequence.)
Training Homepage and Digital Library
This site provides access to training information, documents and products. Reimer Digital Library is accessed through this site. (NOTE: To access Field Manuals under library leave "School" choice as "ANY", if you do not, FM 10-67-1 may not show in the list of publications.)
WaterDawgs Virtual Team Web Site
At AKO go to "Site Map", in Search Sites enter: 92W, then click the Search button. Look for file titled "92W WaterDawgs (Profile) (Homepage)", click on to reach the WaterDawgs community to discuss water issues. This site contains discussions, papers and links to official pubs specifically for Water Operations.
NATIONAL STOCK NUMBERS:
The following are a source of information. After file is opened, use Save As to save files to a folder or disk
Petroleum Equipment Stock Numbers (2008 Version).
Water Equipment Stock Numbers (2007 Version).
Lubricants & Additives (2006 Version).
Water 3K ROWPU (2007 Version).
Water 1.5K TWPS ROWPU (2011 Version).
BRAG System Appendix A Form: Bulk Storage Tank Spreadsheet (BSTS)The BSTS form is used to indicate daily status of all in use fuel tanks by location.
BRAG System Appendix B Form: Bulk Storage Tank Record (BSTR) The BSTR form is used to indicate daily status of each in use fuel tank. All in use fuel tanks are to be inspected daily and status recorded on it's BSTR form.
This page was last updated on:
April 9, 2014