Fuel dispensing assembly (FDA). The FDA should be located on a road
capable of supporting heavy vehicle traffic during weather changes and
at least 100 feet from the nearest fabric tank. The plot plan
requirements for the FDA are approximately 750 feet long by 50 feet
wide. An area alongside, 120 feet by 850 feet long should be graded
for vehicle traffic and parking while loading.
Tanker-truck receipt manifold. The most important factor in choosing
the exact site is road excess, since heavy traffic will occur in this
area of the TPT. A graded area of 120 feet wide by 250 feet long is
required per receipt manifold.
PART F - EXTERNAL IDENTIFICATION
Each ISO container is marked with a large black bordered symbol.
The pipeline components are represented by a circle.
stenciled on it and is marked as part of a series, i.e., box 1 of 5.
The pump station is marked by a diamond. Note that a packing list is
secured to the outside of each box or crate.
PART G - COMMUNICATIONS
An efficient communication system is a must for the construction,
operation, and maintenance of a military pipeline. The system must be
have direct communication to each pump station operator and to each TPT.
Each unit will set up their own communication system along the pipeline
with their capability; i.e., teletypewriters, field phone, or radios. No
operation will start until there is communication between the issuing and
receiving stations. Pipeline patrol will carry radios at all times.
within small sections such as pump stations and tank farms. All
requirements that could be placed on them and what action must be taken
in each situation.