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FM 42-424

Field Manual
NO. 42-424
HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Washington, DC, 6 August, 1999

FM 42-424

Quartermaster
Force Provider Company

Table of Contents


 

PREFACE

 

INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1

FP OVERVIEW

Section I - Introduction to the FP Concept
QM FP Company
FP TOE Mission
QM FP Company Employment
FP Operations
Availability of FP Module
Section II - Capabilities, Limitations, and Dependencies
Capabilities
Limitations
Dependencies

Chapter 2

QM FP COMPANY

Section I - Company Headquarters
Unit Organization
Company Headquarters Section
Support Operations Section
Unit Maintenance Section
Provider Platoon Headquarters
Platoon Maintenance Team
Section II - FP Platoon
Food Service section
Laundry and Shower Section
Water Distribution Section
Facilities Support Section
Petroleum Distribution Section

Chapter 3

FP MODULE

Section I - Introduction to FP Module
General Information
MAST
Section II - FP Subsystem
TEMPER
Administrative Subsystem
Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Subsystem
Shower Subsystem
Containerized Shower
Containerized Batch Laundry
Containerized Latrine
Food Service Subsystem (All Electric)
Bulk Fuel Storage and Distribution Subsystem
Potable Water Distribution and Storage Subsystem
Graywater Collection Subsystem
Power Generator Subsystem
Optional Cold Weather Kit

Chapter 4

FP ENVIRONMENT GUIDANCE AND SAFETY PROCEDURES

Section I - Environmental Consideration and Stewardship
Environmental Responsibilities
Environmental Protection Stewardship Goals and Requirements
Responsibility of Personnel
Unit-Level Environmental Training Program
Environmental Protection Issues
Section II - Safety
Promoting Safety Awareness
Lifting Hazards
Electrical Hazards
Exposure to Hazardous Material or Waste

Chapter 5

DEPLOYING FP

Section I - Preparation for Deployment
Requesting FP Support
Home Station Activities
Section II - Advance Quartering Party Activities
Selection of Company Advance Quartering Party Members
Responsibilities of the Advance Quartering Party
Selecting a Site for FP Operation
Site Selection Considerations
Reconnaissance and Information Collection
Nonmilitary Resources and Support
Site Planning and Preparation
Subsystem Special Preparation
Section III - Main Body Movement
CONUS Activities
Overseas Movement
Occupation of the FP AO
Section IV - FP Module Setup
Transportation to Theater
Module Setup
Section V - Redeployment of FP
In Country Redeployment Activities
Redeployment of the FP Module
Site Restoration
Movement to Home Station

Chapter 6

FP OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

Section I - QM FP Company Operations
QM FP Company Headquarters
Support Operations Section
Unit Maintenance Section and Platoon Maintenance Team
FP Platoon Headquarters
Facilities Support Section
Food Service Section
Laundry and Shower Section
Water Distribution Section
Petroleum Distribution Section
Administrative, Chaplain, Medical, and MWR Facilities
Graywater Collection and Disposal
Blackwater Disposal
Section II - Tenant Responsibilities
Responsibilities of Tenant Units
Attached Units
Section III - Communications
Assets
Communications Security
Unwanted Signals
Section IV - Defense
Commander Responsibilities
Defense Planning
Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Operations
Section V - Unusual Operating Conditions
Wet Weather Conditions
Cold Weather Conditions
Extreme Heat or Desert Conditions
High Elevation

Appendix A

TABLE OF ORGANIZATION AND EQUIPMENT 42-4241000

Appendix B

FP MODULE CONFIGURATION

Appendix C

COLD WEATHER KIT

Appendix D

FP SYSTEM SUPPORT PACKAGE

Appendix E

CONVERSION FACTORS AND FOREIGN UNITS OF MEASURE

Appendix F

SAMPLE TEMPLATE IN-PROCESSING BRIEF

Glossary

Bibliography

Authentication


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