Figure 1-6. Electric Food Service Subsystem
g. Power Generation Subsystem. This subsystem can provide the electrical power needed to
operate a FP module. It is divided into nine power generation clusters containing three TQGs as shown
in Figure 1-7. The generators operate on a 7-hour two-on and one-off rotational cycle. All three are
never operated simultaneously. The clusters are strategically placed in the FP camp to support lighting,
water heating, cooling, and refrigeration requirements. MOS-qualified personnel are responsible for
maintaining and operating the subsystem.