their assigned TEMPER. Units will not be out-processed until all discrepancies are recorded or
assessed. The tenant unit is responsible for all their organic equipment and the logistical support
required to refit the unit. They are also responsible for the following.
a. Weapons and ammunition storage. The tenant unit must store all weapons and ammunition,
and is responsible for the accountability and security of their weapons. If appropriate, the QM FP
Company commander may allocate a TRICON to be used for storage.
b. Required logistical support. Replenishing supplies such as water, fuel, or food are not
acquired through the QM FP Company, but through the tenant's own logistical sources.
c. Organic equipment maintenance and security. The tenant unit must maintain and secure their
organic equipment. Vehicles are given ample space for parking and maintenance.
d. Defense. The FP QM Company is responsible for defending against a Level I threat. Any
defense against Levels II and III require augmentation by tenant units or other theater assets to defend at
these levels. All units and/or attachments within the FP compound will maintain the defensive readiness
posture appropriate to the AO. See Table 1-11 for the different levels of threat.
Table 1-11. Level of Enemy Threat Activity
e. Police call. Tenant unit personnel are responsible for policing assigned areas and billets on a
daily basis. Daily policing allows the unit to check for damage or