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*FM 10-67

FIELD MANUAL
NO 10-67
HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Washington, DC, 18 February 1983

FM 10-67

Petroleum Supply in Theaters of Operations

Table of Contents


CHANGE 1, 10 OCTOBER 1985

LIST OF FIGURES

LIST OF TABLES

CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 2 - PETROLEUM SUPPLY SYSTEM IN THE DEVELOPED THEATER

Section I - Planning the System

Section II - Developing the System

CHAPTER 3 - PETROLEUM SUPPLY SYSTEM IN THE UNDEVELOPED THEATER

Section I - Planning the System

Section II - Developing the System

Section III - Tactical Marine Terminal

Section IV - Air Force Capabilities

CHAPTER 4 - ORGANIZATION FOR PETROLEUM SUPPLY

Section I - Developed Theater

Section II - Undeveloped Theater

CHAPTER 5 - PETROLEUM SUPPLY OPERATIONS

Section I - Supply of Petroleum Products

Section II - Fuel Consumption Estimates

CHAPTER 6 - DISTRIBUTION OPERATIONS

Section I - Product Movement and Control

Section II - Pipeline System Maintenance

Section III - Pipeline Communications

CHAPTER 7 - QUALITY SURVEILLANCE

Section I - General

Section II - Procedures for Quality Surveillance

CHAPTER 8 - SAFETY, SECURITY, AND REAR AREA PROTECTION

Section I - Safety

Section II - Security, Rear Area Protection, and Demolition

APPENDIX A - REFERENCES

APPENDIX B - PETROLEUM DISTRIBUTION PLAN

APPENDIX C - BASIC FUEL DISTRIBUTION FACILITIES

APPENDIX D - EXTRACT FROM STANDARDIZATION AGREEMENT 2115

APPENDIX E - SIGNIFICANCE OF TESTS

APPENDIX F - CONVERSION CHART FOR TANK CARS AND TANK VEHICLES

APPENDIX G - BLANK FORMS

GLOSSARY

Section I - Acronyms and Abbreviations

Section II - Definitions

AUTHORIZATION LETTER

The provisions of this publication are the subject of international agreement 2115, Fuel Consumption Unit.


DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

*This publication supersedes FM 10-67, 1 October 1968.



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