(4) Logistical Support. Maintenance support above unit level will be required from
supporting CSG for FP equipment. A Supply Company (DS) attached to the CSG ASG is required for
Class I, II, III, IV, VI, and VII supply support. An Ammunition Supply Company attached to supporting
group provides Class V support and a DS Maintenance Company is required for Class IX support.
(5) Other Support. The FP unit is also dependent for the following services:
(a) Medical. The FP unit depends on the Area Support Medical Battalion for Level II
unit and resident health service support.
(b) Chaplain. The FP unit depends on resident unit ministry team for religious support.
(c) Defense. The FP unit depends on theater assets for defense against Level II/III threat.
(d) MWR. MWRE operations must be done by MWR personnel provided by the CFSC
or from the pool of volunteer MWR specialists.
(e) Water. The FP unit depends on Quartermaster Supply Company for potable water
supply (25,000 gallons/per day), if commercial sources are not available.
Environmental and Safety Considerations. Because of its size and capabilities, special
consideration should be given to environmental issues and safety when deploying, redeploying, and
a. Environmental Considerations. The Army no longer merely complies with the laws and
regulations of environmental protection stewardship: it leads by setting goals and requirements for its
leaders. Each member of the QM FP Company must comply with environmental protection stewardship
(1) Unit Level Training Program. The company commander is responsible for ensuring that
all personnel are trained on environmental hazards and the appropriate precautions for reducing or
eliminating damage to the environment or risk to personnel. All personnel should receive environmental
awareness and protection training within 90 days of assignment and annually thereafter. Issues that
should be addressed in the unit's environmental protection training program are: