PART C. BULK PETROLEUM STORAGE FACILITIES REPORT (DA FORM
This report form is submitted by CONUS Army commanders to USAGMPA upon
request. The report provides data on fixed petroleum storage facilities
with individual or manifold configured tankage ranging in capacity from 200
to 21,000 gallons. This report, coupled with the 506 report (which reflects
quantities of 21,000 gallons [500 bbl) and up]), allows GMPA the capability
of determining the total CONUS petroleum storage capacity.
PART D. BULK PETROLEUM TERMINAL MESSAGE REPORT-RCS 1884
This report is a weekly operational report submitted by each DLA terminal or
terminal complex. This report is prepared by locations that in the past
also submitted the DD Form 1788 monthly report. The DD Form 1788 has been
discontinued per DESC and has been replaced by the Defense Fuel Automated
Management System (DFAMS). The report is prepared as of 0800 hours local
time each Friday. The message is to arrive at DESC-OD/FM no later than 0800
hours the following Monday, Washington D.C. time, with an information copy
to the appropriate JPO and Defense Fuel Region.
Heading - Name of activity, Julian date, phone number, name of person who
prepared the report, terminal name and DODAAC.
Section I -
(Submitted by all terminals) Grade of product (code),
receipts, sales, inventory, capacity, totals (all quantities
are to the nearest thousand barrels).
Section II -
(Reported by ocean terminals only) Product, cargo number,
vessel name, quantity (quantities will be to the nearest
Section III - (Remarks) To be reported by all activities as applicable.
PART E. MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS
The following reports are only reviewed/updated and maintained by a limited
number of locations/duty positions:
Prepositioned War Reserve Requirements for Terminal Storage (RCS 1887) (DD
Form 1887). For the Army; USAGMPA will compute bulk petroleum
(Prepositioned War Reserve Requirements (PWRR)), by grade of product based
on approved force structure, and prescribed combat days of supply. The Army
will store Prepositioned War Reserve Stock (PWRS)/(Propositioned War Reserve
Material Stock (PWRMS), at or near the location of ultimate use to the
maximum extent possible. USAGMPA will provide to the Theater Army commands
partially completed DD Form 1887. The Theater Army Staff agencies
responsible (i.e. 200th TAMMC) will complete the form identifying
requirements that are equal to or exceed 150 barrels (nominal tank truck
cargo) for terminal prepositioning. The following categories of petroleum
supplies will not be counted as PWRMS:
Peacetime operating stocks.
Military Stocks intransit i.e. Seagoing tankers, pipelines etc.
Non-dedicated commercial stocks.
Refinery production capacity.