Go to the SETUP UNITS page and set Elevation, MSL, DEG, MAG.
Go to the SETUP MAGVAR page and set CALC and DEG.
Set the time.
Perform the SETUP I/O if required.
Set the AUTOMARK Mode to OFF.
Set the BULLSEYE screen as required.
Set the OPERATOR ID if required.
Set the APPROACH if required.
Set the REHEARSAL if required.
Initialize the unit.
Obtain a position, record the Estimated Position Error, time, time error, date/day, speed, satellites being
tracked, datum, magnetic variation, and if required, the azimuth and range to the bullseye.
Enter and store waypoints.
Set the Navigation mode to 2D FAST and DIRECT.
Select a waypoint.
Record the distance, tracking azimuth, and azimuth to the waypoint.
Navigate to a waypoint.
PART C - SUPERVISING THE MOVEMENT OF THE FSSP
Your next task is to direct the preparation of the FSSP equipment for transport. Make sure the system is
drained of all product. Ensure that all spills are cleaned up and reported as required by unit policies and
procedures and applicable environmental laws. Dispose of contaminated fuel and materials in an
environmentally safe way in accordance with unit policies and procedures and applicable environmental
laws. Direct personnel to roll or fold all collapsible tanks and put them in their storage containers, attaches
all caps and plugs to the hose assemblies as they are dismantled. Make sure equipment is properly loaded
and that components are correctly placed, blocked, or braced as needed to prevent damage during transport.
Movement Methods. Moving (or displacing) the supply point consists of taking it down at one place,
loading it on transporters, and moving it to the new site. There are two ways you can do this, and the one
you use depends on your situation. One way is to move the entire supply point to the new site. The other
way is to move by leapfrogging. This means you move one-half of the FSSP to the new site and leave the
other half at the old site to give limited service. In this way, support to the user is not interrupted during the
move. Divide the system in half. The first thing you do when moving is to transfer product at the supply
point to fuel transporters. Tell the drivers of these vehicles how to get to the new site or to meeting points
where they can exchange trailers or transfer the load to other tank vehicles. You can also use these
transporters to store and issue product on a temporary basis at the old and new supply points. You can start
to take down the supply point just as soon as you move the fuel. The sequence in which you take down the
equipment should be based on the requirements at the old and new sites. Usually, you dismantle the FSSP
first unless you are using the leapfrogging method. In any case, it is important that you work quickly once the
order is given. Your main concern is to get to the new site as soon as possible and get set up.
Bulk Reduction Storage Area. Set up, in the bulk reduction storage area, a separate stocking area
for each product and type of package. If you have an area for each, you can inventory and control the stock
more easily, and you are not as likely to identify the product incorrectly. Use a block system to separate
large amounts of stored supplies so that the entire stock of one product is not lost if there is an enemy attack
or a fire. Plan the exact layout and size of the stacking area according to local conditions and safety
requirements. Aisles between double rows of drums (units) are usually 9 to 10 feet wide. You can reduce
the width to 4 feet if this leaves you enough room to handle the product. Allow 15 to 30 feet for aisles
between sections of containers and 50 to 150 feet between blocks. A specific layout of a stacking area for 5-
gallon cans is suggested.