(1) FISCs arrange receipts and issues.
(2) Fuel terminals distribute fuel to tankers, barges, and trucks.
d. Fuel at the User Level.
(1) Ships at sea are assigned, under a Unified Command, to a Fleet Commander or Commander, Joint
Task Group, depending on location or tasking. These commands have their own operations and logistics staff
(a) Project out fuel and provisions consumption.
(b) Review logistic asset availability-could include.
Shore bunkering in Augusta Bay, Sicily.
A Military Sealift Command ship.
A Navy replenishment ship.
Other friendly assets (NATO oilers).
(c) Revise and promulgate operational schedules, including both ships and forward logistic heads
(for example, Hurghada, Egypt; Incurlik, Turkey).
(d) Rotate assets in mission area.
e. Fuel Transfers at Sea.
(1) UNREP refers to the process of replenishing a ship with fuel, cargo, and/or passengers while the
ship is underway (at sea).
(2) There are two types of UNREP: Vertical Replenishment and Connected Replenishment.
VERTREP refers to when helicopters deliver cargo, mail, and/or passengers to and from a ship. CONREP refers
to when ships steam side by side; rig connected lines via pulleys, and transfer fuel, cargo, mail, and/or passengers.
(3) Rendezvous designated (date, time, and location).
(4) Designate refueling base course and speed.
(a) Bridge and Combat Information Center augment manning.
(b) Line handlers stationed on the bow, topside, and stem.