BULK PETROLEUM ACCOUNTABILITY
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In this lesson, you will learn about bulk petroleum accountability and the DOD and civil agencies that support the
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
Identify bulk petroleum accounting documents used by the Air Force, Army, Marine
Corps, and Navy.
Given the corresponding lesson plan and references.
IAW the listed references and corresponding lesson pan.
AR 710-2, DA Pam 710-2-1, DA Pam 710-2-2, DOD Manual 4140.25-M, AFP 144-3,
FMFM 4-18, NAVAIR 00-80T-109, CINCLANTFLTINST/CINCPACFLTFINST 4026.1, IAW AF Reg 20-14
and NAVSUP 588.
The refueling of the armed forces is an ever-increasing requirement. The need for fuel quality and accountability
is to ensure accurate controls of ownership over receipts, issues, and inventories.
Service Contract Requirements.
a. The DLA has overall responsibility for the management of all classes of supply to include petroleum
for the DOD and civil agencies in the federal government worldwide.
(1) The DESC is the integrated materiel manager of bulk petroleum products for DOD and civil
agencies of the federal government world-wide.
(2) The following military service agencies submit CONUS requirements for contracting, using DD