c. Responsibilities of Military Services.
(1) The Secretaries of the Military Services will:
(a) Provide for the operation of petroleum facilities; control the issue, receipt and management of
stocks at operating locations; plan, program, fund, and perform operator/organizational maintenance of facilities
on their installations; and design, fund, and construct petroleum facilities used solely in support of the Military
Services' petroleum management missions.
(b) Implement fuel standardization policies as outlined under DOD policy.
(c) Assist the DLA in the selection and assignment of priority to MILCON projects identified for
the DLA MILCON program; and provide base-level technical support for DLA-funded maintenance, repair, and
construction at military base-level petroleum facilities.
(d) Manage military-unique or theater-assigned bulk petroleum transportation assets.
(e) Compute wartime demands based on unified command operations plans, wartime fuel
consumption rates, and war reserve requirements by location; and establish wartime demand profile.
(f) Provide data on all BPWRS to DLA and unified commanders, IAW procedures outlined in
DOD Manual 4140.25M.
(g) DOD components shall make maximum use of commercial and host nation sources of supply
to meet peacetime and wartime requirements.
(2) The Secretary of the Army shall provide management of overland petroleum support, to include
inland waterways to U.S. land-based forces of all DOD components.
(a) To ensure wartime support, Army tactical storage shall supplement existing fixed facilities to
include host nation assets and commercial storage.
(b) The Army is responsible for inland distribution planning during wartime.
(3) The Secretary of the Navy shall provide seaward and over-water bulk petroleum shipments to the
high-water mark for U.S. sea and land-based forces of all DOD components.
(4) The Secretary of the Air Force shall provide distribution of bulk petroleum products by air. This
method of movement is reserved for situations demanding immediate support at remote locations.