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CHAPTER  1 INTRODUCTION - TM-10-4930-232-12P_14
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Figure 1-2. Components of Fuel System.
TM 10-4930-232-12&P 1-4. Preparation  for  Storage  or  Shipment.      Refer  to  Chapter  4,  Section  VI  for  storage  and  shipment  preparation data. 1-5. Reporting of Equipment Improvement Recommendations (EIR).  If your fuel system needs improvement, let us know.  Send us an EIR.  You, the user are the only one who can tell us what you don’t like about your equipment.  Let us  know  why  you  don’t  like  the  design  or  performance.    Put  it  on  a  SF  368  (Quality  Deficiency  Report).    Mail  it  to: Commander,  U.S.    Army  Aviation  and  Troop  Command,  ATTN:  AMSAT-I-MDO,  4300  Goodfellow  Blvd.,  St.    Louis,  MO 63120-1798.  We will send you a reply. Section II.  EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND DATA Paragraph Page 1-6 Equipment Characteristics, Capabilities and Features ......................................... 1-2 1-7 Location and Description of Major Components ................................................... 1-2 1-8 Equipment Data..................................................................................................... 1-10 1-9 Safety, Care and Handling .................................................................................... 1-10 1-6. Equipment  Characteristics,  Capabilities  and  Features.    A  summary  of  the  characteristics,  capabilities  and features of the equipment is contained in the following subparagraphs. a. Characteristics.  The Fuel System is used to store and distribute quantities of bulk fuel to using units under tactical conditions. b. Capabilities and Features. (1) Capable of receiving fuel from tank truck, rail, pipeline or hoseline. (2) Capable of storing 60,000 gallons of fuel. (3) Capable of storing two different types of fuel at the same time. (4) Capable of bypassing storage tanks and pumping fuel directly from receiving points to distribution points. (5) Capable of performing any combination of the following distribution tasks at the same time: (a) Bottom loading up to three tank trucks or semi trailers. (b) Filling up to six vehicle fuel tanks. (c) Filling up to five containers of either 5, 55, or 500 gallon capacity. (6) Capable of being divided into two independent fuel systems. (7) Components of the fuel system are lightweight and highly portable. 1-7. Location   and   Description   of   Major   Components.         The   following   subparagraphs   contain   locations   and descriptions of major components (figure 1-2). 1-2  Change 2

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