Figure 2-1 - Bulk petroleum distribution system in a developed theater.
Figure 2-2 - Minimum days of supply for bulk class III to be held in organic storage (large theater of operations).
Figure 2-3 - Example of a petroleum distribution system.
Figure 3-1 - Minimum stockage policy for the independent corps.
Figure 3-2 - Initial petroleum distribution system in an undeveloped theater.
Figure 3-3 - Petroleum distribution system in an undeveloped theater after D+90.
Figure 3-4 - A recommended TMT layout.
Figure 3-5 - Fuel tank module assembly.
Figure 4-1 - Petroleum organization in a theater of operations.
Figure 4-2 - Theater army organization.
Figure 4-3 - HHC, petroleum group.
Figure 4-4 - HHC, petroleum pipeline and terminal operating battalion.
Figure 4-5 - Petroleum pipeline and terminal operating company.
Figure 4-6 - Petroleum supply battalion.
Figure 4-7 - HHD, petroleum supply battalion.
Figure 4-8 - Petroleum supply company.
Figure 4-9 - Transportation medium truck company (petroleum).
Figure 4-10 - Type corps organization for petroleum operations in an undeveloped theater.
Figure 4-11 - Division organization in an undeveloped theater.
Figure 5-1 - Flow of bulk petroleum requirements in a large theater.
Figure 5-2 - Flow of bulk petroleum requirements in an undeveloped theater.
Figure 5-3 - Typical fuel system concept in an AIM division.
Figure 5-4 - Calculations of a unit's FCU in gallons/liters.
Figure 6-1 - Suggested format for status report.
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