If any water point is found NOT to meet the standards outlined above, immediately stop all distribution from that
Scenario. You are the NCOIC of the Water Supply Section, 4th S&S Company, 4th Infantry Division
(Mechanized). Your section has six 600-GPH ROWPUs, three 3,000-gallon SMFTs, and five FAWPSSs in its
inventory. You are currently in the middle of a field training exercise and have three water points operating in
support of 12,347 division soldiers.
You have just received the water quality test results from all three water points.
Note that water point 1 and water point 3 have no deficiencies. Water point 2, however, shows the turbidity, to
exceed the maximum acceptable limit. The chlorine residual is too low. You should immediately stop all
distribution from water point 2 and inspect the water point to determine the cause for the poor quality of the
You must compare the findings on DA Form 1713-R (Figures 2-2, page 2-6, and 2-3, page 2-7) to requirements
for potable water standards in Table 2-2, page 2-8. You must also check the chlorine residuals on DA Form
1713-R (Figures 2-2, page 2-6, and 2-3, page 2-7), 1714-R (Figure 2-4, page 2-9) and 1714-1-R (Figure 2-5, page
2-10) to ensure that they meet the standard.