MOVEMENT AND RESUPPLY
Critical Tasks: 03-5103.00-0087
In this lesson, you will learn the importance of moving petroleum bulk supply products and the responsibilities
associated with ordering them.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
As the petroleum officer, you will be responsible for identifying and describing
procedures and responsibilities associated with the ordering and transporting bulk petroleum products with at least
a 70 percent accuracy IAW DOD Manual 4140.25-M, Vol II, Ch 4 and 6.
Using the following lesson plan and DOD Manual 4140.25-M.
Describe the various aspects of movement and resupply IAW DOD Manual 4140.25-M.
DOD 414025-M, Vol II.
As a petroleum officer, you may be assigned to a Joint Petroleum Office. You must be familiar with the concepts
in movement and resupply of petroleum products to be effective in your job.
a. Distribution Plan. DPs are prepared by the DESC-O to advise DERs of contract sources (refineries)
and DESPs scheduled to receive/ship fuel. CLINs in DPs indicate the quantity contracted in support of each
DESP, contractor name, contract information, and mode of delivery. In overseas areas with a military distribution
system the DP only shows the source of supply for the coastal DESP and not the base level DESPs.