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IDENTIFICATION AND DETECTION OF US GOVERNMENT-OWNED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
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TB-703-2 Identification and Detection of US Government -Owned Petroleum Products Manual
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Sampling and Detection of Covert Identified Fuels
TB 703-2
secure storage for and apply the agents to fuels under
quantity of fuels to be identified. These activities also
will be responsible to take samples of suspect fuels and
their  cognizance  in  accordance  with  instructions
furnished by USACIDC.
to perform detecting tests. USACIDC personnel must
closely coordinate the application and detection of
f:
The USAGMPC is responsible for the
military fuels with commanders of the Army petroleum
following:
storage and distribution activities. Identification agents
(1) Receive, route, process and monitor all
required to mark military fuels will be requisitioned, on
requisitions received from USACIDC regional and field
an as needed basis, by the concerned USACIDC activity
activities for the table 1 covert agents and for the agent
and when received will be provided to commanders of
identification extractant.
Army petroleum storage and distribution activities for
(2) Act as a focal point for supply and
storage and application.
technical  problems  related  to  identification  and
d. USACIDC activities will forward requisitions by
extractant agents.
mail for items listed in table 1 to the US Army General
(3) Insure that only authorized USACIDC
Materiel and Parts Center, ATTN:
STSGP-IM, New
regional and field activities requisition covert agents and
Cumberland Army Depot, New Cumberland, PA 17070.
the agent identification extractant.
e. Commanders of Army petroleum storage and
5. Application of Covert Identification Agents.  a.
distribution facilities, when requested and provided
Six identification agents are available for blending into
identification agents by USACIDC activities, will provide
ground products, none of which produces a noticeable
color change after addition to the fuel. The identification
agents are listed in table 1.
Table 1
Item
NSN
U/I
RIC
Cost
1
6820-00-487-9982
Agent Identification (Blue)
Gal
A35
Est $15.00
2
6820-00-487-9983
Agent Identification (Red)
Gal
A35
Est 15.00
3
6820-00-487-9985
Agent Identification (Yellow)
Gal
A35
Est 15.00
4
6820-00-488-0005
Agent Identification (Green)
Gal
A35
Est 15.00
5
6820-00-488-0034
Agent Identification (Orange)
Gal
A35
Est 15.00
6
6820-00-488-0037
Agent Identification (Purple)
Gal
A35
Est 15.00
7
6820-00-488-0040
Agent Identification Extractant
Gal
A35
Est 15.00
c.
Identification agents are miscible with
b. The identification agents are in a benzene
ground products and when blended in fuels in ratios
solution. The required amount of agent to be used in
listed in table 2 have no adverse effect on the product,
treating various quantities of ground products is shown
storage, filtration, and dispensing equipment or the fuel
consuming equipment in which the treated fuel is
intended for use. To obtain a thoroughly mixed product,
Table 2
identification agents should be poured or introduced into
the container, tank truck, rail car, or barge during filling
Volume of identification
operations.
Measurement  and  application  of
Volume of fuel to be treated
agent required
identification agents to treat specified quantities of fuel
may  be  accomplished  with  standard  equipment
Gallons
Milliliters
authorized petroleum operating and laboratory units
5
1
assigned or attached to the Army Petroleum Storage
55
10
and Distribution System in oversea areas.  In certain
500
100
instances, the criminal investigator may desire to add
1,200
240
identification agent to an already filled container of
5,000
1,000
unmarked fuel. On these occasions, the identification
10,000
2,000
agent may be poured direct into the filled container.
100,000
20,000 or 5
The normal movement of the container during transport
gallons
and handling will cause sufficient blending to produce a
positive test result. However, complete mixing
2

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