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TB-703-2 Identification and Detection of US Government -Owned Petroleum Products Manual
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Application of Covert Identification Agents
*TB 703-2
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL BULLETIN
IDENTIFICATION AND DETECTION OF
US GOVERNMENT-OWNED PETROLEUM
PRODUCTS
Headquarters, Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.
15 November 1974
Paragraph
Page
Purpose ..............................................................................................................
Scope .................................................................................................................
Recommended Changes ....................................................................................
Responsibilities ...................................................................................................
Application of Covert Identification agents ...........................................................
Sampling and Detection of Covert Identified Fuels ..............................................
Satiety of Handling .............................................................................................
Security ...............................................................................................................
or by the Army at the time products are initially
1. Purpose. a. This bulletin provides information and
received  into  oversea  ocean  terminals  of  Army
instruction, designates responsibilities and prescribes
petroleum distribution systems.
procedures  for  treating  military-owned)petroleum
products with covert identification agents, and detecting
3. Recommended Changes. Users of this bulletin are
the presence of these agents in fuels suspected of being
encouraged to submit recommended changes and
stolen or illegally diverted from Army supply activities.
comments to improve the publication.
Comments
The use of procedures (described in this bulletin also
should be keyed to specific page, paragraph and line of
will permit criminal investigators to trace a treated fuel
the text in which the change is recommended.
to the specific storage activity from which it was stolen
Reasons should be included for each recommended
or illegally diverted.
change and comment to insure understanding and
complete evaluation.  Comments should be prepared
b. Equipment and supplies required to apply and
using DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to
detect covert identification agents in military fuels are
Publications and Blank Forms) and forwarded direct to
available through military supply channels and are
Commander, US Army Materiel Command, ATTN:
identified herein for requisitioning purposes.
AMCSU-L, Alexandria, Virginia 22333.
2. Scope. a. These instructions are applicable to all
4.  Responsibilities.  a.  The US Army Criminal
military  criminal  investigating  activities  and  to
Investigation Command (USACIDC) is responsible for
commands,
units,
installations,
and
activities
the overall administration and control of applying covert
responsible for receipt, storage, and issue of petroleum
identification agents to petroleum fuels.
products.
b. The USACIDC will submit a list of regional and
b. The use of identification agents in military
field activities authorized to use covert agents and agent
petroleum products is restricted to ground products, i.e.,
identification extractant to the US Army General
motor gasolines, diesel fuels, kerosenes, and heating
Materiel and Parts Center (USAGMPC).
fuels. Identification agents will not be introduced( into
these products by the manufacturer at time of
c. USACIDC regional and field activities are
procurement
responsible for designating the storage locations where
identification agents will be applied and the type and
* This bulletin supersedes TB 703-2, 29 November 1972.
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