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TRAINING SUPPORT PACKAGE (TSP)

TSP Number TSP Title Task Number(s) / Title(s) Effective Date Supersedes TSP(s) TSP Users Proponent Comments / Recommendations

77W12F09 Operate the Forward Area Water Point Supply System (FAWPSS) 101-540-1051, SET UP, OPERATE, PERFORM PMCS/DISMANTLE THE FORWARD AREA WATER POINT SUPPLY SYSTEM (FAWPSS) 01 Oct 1999 None MOS 77W10 Water Treatment Specialist The proponent for this document is Quartermaster Center and School. Send comments and recommendations directly to: DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TRAINING DIRECTORATE ATTN: ATCL-AT 401 First Street Suite 227 Ft. Lee, VA 23801-1511 This product has been reviewed by the product developers in coordination with the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command foreign disclosure authority. This product is releasable to military students from foreign countries on a case-by-case basis.

Foreign Disclosure Restrictions

PREFACE
Purpose

This Training Support Package provides the instructor with a standardized lesson plan for presenting instruction for:
Task Number: 101-540-1051 Title: SET UP, OPERATE, PERFORM PMCS/DISMANTLE THE FORWARD AREA WATER POINT SUPPLY SYSTEM (FAWPSS) Conditions: Given the requirement to receive, store, and issue potable water, the soldier, assigned to an operational water distribution point in a field enviroment, must set up, operate, perform PMCS, and dismantle the Forward Area Water Point Supply System (FAWPSS). Wear MOPP 4 when setting up, operating, performing PMCS, and dismantling the FAWPSS. Materials needed: a complete FAWPSS with all components, which include a 125-GPM pump and six 500gallon drums; all necessary manifolding and hoses; TM 5-4320-208-12&P; fire extinguishers; sufficient fuel and oil; and earplugs. Forms needed: DA Form 1714-1-R and DA Form 2404. Standards: Perform before-, during-, and after-operations PMCS. Set up the FAWPSS. Operate the FAWPSS. Stop operation of the FAWPSS. Dismantle the FAWPSS. Record on DA Form 2404 expendable supplies used, PMCS notations, and actions taken to correct deficiencies and shortcomings. Give the immediate supervisor the completed forms at the end of each shift.

This TSP Contains

TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE Preface ............................................................................................................................................. 2 Lesson Section I Administrative Data ..................................................................................... 4 Section II Introduction.................................................................................................. 7 Terminal Learning Objective - Set up, operate, and dismantle the FAWPSS, perform PMCS, make appropriate entries on DA Form 2404 and correct any deficiencies, make appropriate entries on DA Form 1714-R, and observe environmental considerations. ...................................................................................... 7 Section III Presentation ................................................................................................ 9 Enabling Learning Objective A - Students will acquire knowledge on operating FAWPSS, performing PMCS, and making appropriate entries on DA Form 2404...................................... 9 Enabling Learning Objective B - Students will demonstrate knowledge on operating the FAWPSS and performing PMCS........... 15 Section IV Summary................................................................................................... 17 Section V Student Evaluation .................................................................................... 18

Appendix A Practical Exercises and Solutions ............................................................................. 19

77W12F09 version TATS / Operate the Forward Area Water Point Supply System (FAWPSS) 01 Oct 1999
SECTION I. All Courses Including This Lesson Task(s) Taught(*) or Supported

ADMINISTRATIVE DATA
Course Number Course Title

720-77W10
Task Number

77W10, WATER TREATMENT SPECIALIST, AIT COURSE


Task Title

101-540-1051 (*)

SET UP, OPERATE, PERFORM PMCS/DISMANTLE THE FORWARD AREA WATER POINT SUPPLY SYSTEM (FAWPSS)
Task Title

Reinforced Task(s)

Task Number

101-540-1065 101-540-1069

CONDUCT WATER ANALYSIS TESTING COMPLETE ENTRIES ON WATER REPORTS/LOGS/FORMS

Academic Hours

The academic hours required to teach this TSP are as follows:


ADT Hours/Methods

Test Test Review Total Hours:


Prerequisite Lesson(s) Clearance Access
Lesson Number

1.0 / Demonstration 2.0 / Practical Exercise (Performance) .0 .0 3.0


Lesson Title

None

Security Level: Unclassified Requirements: There are no clearance or access requirements for the lesson.

References
Number Title Date Additional Information

TM 5-4320-20812&P

TM 5-4320-30113&P

Pump, Centrifugal, Gasoline Driven, Frame Mounted, 125 GPM (Includes parts and special tools list) Operator's, Organizational, and Direct Support Maintenance Manual (Including Repair Parts and Special Tools List) Forward Area Water Point Supply System, Model WPSS100 (NSN 4320-01-338-3305) (TM 08936A13&P/1)(Reprinted w/Basic Incl C1-8)

01 Jan 1900

06 Jan 1986

Student Study Assignments Instructor Requirements Additional Support Personnel Requirements Equipment Required for Instruction

None One primary instructor and one alternate per class if conference

None

Name

Quantity

Expendable

Forward Area Water Point Supply System (FAW SS) Pump Unit, Centrifugal, Gas Driven, Frame-MTD, 125 GPM Tank Storage Wtr Transportable 160 Gal Truck, Tractor, Line Haul, C/S 50000 GVWR, 6X4 M915 Tiedown Kit, 500G, Drum Water Quality Analysis Set, Purification Water Storage and Distribution Set, 40,000 GPD (Brigade) Trailer, Tank, Water 400 Gallon, 1 1/2 Ton INSTRUCTOR MATERIALS:

3 3 6 1 2 1 2 2

No No No No No No No Yes

Materials Required

Training Support Package 2 500-gallon drums Fire Extinguishers Oil Fuel Earplugs DA Form 1714-R DA Form 2404 Pencil

STUDENT MATERIALS:

Notepad Pen/Pencil Trainee Guide

Classroom, Training Area, and Range Requirements Ammunition Requirements Instructional Guidance

WATER SUPPLY TRAINING AREA

Name

Student Qty

Misc Qty

None NOTE: Before presenting this lesson, instructors must thoroughly prepare by studying this lesson and identified reference material.

Ensure facilities and materials are ready prior to class time.


Proponent Lesson Plan Approvals
Name Rank Position Date

Mr. Harold A. Williams James Keener

GS-13 Major

Chief, QM-PWD, TD Chief, WTD

SECTION II.

INTRODUCTION Method of Instruction: Conference / Discussion Instructor to Student Ratio is: 1:18 Time of Instruction: 0 hrs Media: Group-paced Instruction

Motivator

Issuing water is perhaps the most important responsibility at the water point. The information you are about to learn will enable you to properly set up, operate, and dismantle the FAWPSS and help ensure a successful mission. NOTE: Inform the students of the following Terminal Learning Objective requirements.
At the completion of this lesson, you [the student] will: Action: Set up, operate, and dismantle the FAWPSS, perform PMCS, make

Terminal Learning Objective

Conditions:

appropriate entries on DA Form 2404 and correct any deficiencies, make appropriate entries on DA Form 1714-R, and observe environmental considerations. Given a demonstration, a training site, POL, a FAWPSS, DA Form 1714-R, DA Form 2404, a GO/NO GO checklist, a hands-on practical exercise, a minimum of (2) two 500 gallon drums, and TM 5-4320-301-13&P. In accordance with TM 5-4320-301-13&P.

Standards:

Safety Requirements

1. When filling the fuel tank, do not smoke or use open flame in the area. Always make metal-to-metal contact between the container and the fuel tank. This will prevent a spark as fuel flows over metallic surfaces. Failure to observe this warning may result in death to personnel. 2. Never operate the centrifugal pump in an enclosed area unless the exhaust gases are piped to the outside. Exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide which is a colorless, odorless, and poisonous gas. 3. Make sure spark plug leads are disconnected before performing maintenance on the pump. 4. Avoid breathing smoke when using a fire extinguisher. 5. Do not fill the fuel tank while the engine is running. Gasoline spilled on a hot engine may explode and cause serious injury to personnel. 6. Do not attempt to perform any maintenance on the pump while the engine is running. 7. Make sure all gasoline fumes are removed from tank before starting welding operations. Fumes in tank can cause a severe explosion if ignited. 8. Drycleaning solvent, P-D-680, used to clean parts, is potentially dangerous to personnel and property. Avoid inhalation of fumes and repeated or prolonged skin exposure. Wash exposed skin thoroughly with soap and water. Use in well-ventilated area away from open flame or excessive heat. Flash point is 100 degrees F (38 degrees C). 9. Do not start pump without first priming with water (on most models). Dry operation will damage pump seals and cause pump to fail. After priming, do not run pump more than 3 to 5 minutes without water flowing through it. 10. When tying centrifugal pump to carrier, install bands through frame. Do not secure by banding across channels.

11. Wear MOPP 4 when conducting NBC test. If NBC agents are detected, give the alarm and immediately notify supervisor. During storage, issue, or distribution, stop all operations. Destroy contaminate water when directed to do so. Decontaminate self and equipment when mission permits. 12. Observe all safety procedures when conducting chemical analysis of water. Dangerous chemicals are provided in both test kits. Death, health hazards, or injuries such as severe burns, impaired vision, and internal tissue destruction may be experienced if personnel fail to observe precautions.

Risk Assessment Level Environmental Considerations

Low - to medium.

Army Regulation 200-1 delineates TRADOC responsibilities to integrate environmental requirements across DTLOMS and ensure all training procedures, materials, and doctrine include sound environmental practices and considerations. The Army's environmental vision is to be a national leader in environmental and natural resource stewardship for present and future generations as an integral part of all Army missions. This Training Support Package meets this standard. Refer students to the Student Evaluation Plan. As a water treatment specialist, an important part of the job is to operate the FAWPSS to dispense potable drinking water. Let us continue to expand our knowledge of our position and learn about the FAWPSS.

Evaluation Instructional Lead-In

SECTION III.

PRESENTATION

NOTE: A.

Inform the students of the Enabling Learning Objective requirements. ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE A
ACTION: CONDITIONS: Students will acquire knowledge on operating FAWPSS, performing PMCS, and making appropriate entries on DA Form 2404.

Given a demonstration, a training site, POL, a FAWPSS, DA Form 1714-R, DA Form 2404, a minimum of (2) two 500 gallon drums, and TM 5-4320-301-13&P. In accordance with TM 5-4320-301-13&P.

STANDARDS:

1.

Learning Step / Activity 1. Discuss risk assessment and safety considerations for operating the FAWPSS. Method of Instruction: Instructor to Student Ratio: Time of Instruction: Media: Demonstration 1:18 1 hrs Group-paced Instruction

a. When filling the fuel tank, do not smoke or use open flame in the area. Always make metal-to-metal contact between the container and the fuel tank. This will prevent a spark as fuel flows over metallic surfaces. Failure to observe this warning may result in death to personnel. b. Never operate the centrifugal pump in an enclosed area unless the exhaust gases are piped to the outside. Exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide which is a colorless, odorless, and poisonous gas. c. Make sure spark plug leads are disconnected before performing maintenance on the pump.

d. Avoid breathing smoke when using a fire extinguisher. e. Do not fill the fuel tank while the engine is running. Gasoline spilled on a hot engine may explode and cause serious injury to personnel. f. Do not attempt to perform any maintenance on the pump while the engine is running.

g. Make sure all gasoline fumes are removed from tank before starting welding operations. Fumes in tank can cause a severe explosion if ignited. h. Drycleaning solvent, P-D-680, used to clean parts, is potentially dangerous to personnel and property. Avoid inhalation of fumes and repeated or prolonged skin exposure. Wash exposed skin thoroughly with soap and water. Use in well-ventilated area away from open flame or excessive heat. Flash point is 100 degrees F (38 degrees C).

i.

Do not start pump without first priming with water (on most models). Dry operation will damage pump seals and cause pump to fail. After priming, do not run pump more than 3 to 5 minutes without water flowing through it. When tying centrifugal pump to carrier, install bands through frame. Do not secure by banding across channels. Wear MOPP 4 when conducting NBC test. If NBC agents are detected, give the alarm and immediately notify supervisor. During storage, issue, or distribution, stop all operations. Destroy contaminate water when directed to do so. Decontaminate self and equipment when mission permits. Observe all safety procedures when conducting chemical analysis of water. Dangerous chemicals are provided in both test kits. Death, health hazards, or injuries such as severe burns, impaired vision, and internal tissue destruction may be experienced if personnel fail to observe precautions.

j. k.

l.

NOTE: 2.

Conduct a check on learning and summarize the learning activity. Learning Step / Activity 2. Operate the FAWPSS and perform PMCS. Method of Instruction: Instructor to Student Ratio: Time of Instruction: Media: a. Assemble. 1) Select a flat, solid, debris-free area with adequate terrain drainage. This area should measure approximately 30 feet by 120 feet and be free of overhead obstacles to permit delivery and removal of water storage drums by helicopter. 2) When unpacking the FAWPSS containers, take care to avoid nails which can puncture drums and hoses. 3) First open the packing container. Remove and assemble or position the items. Retain the packaging and packing containers for use during future recovery and system storage. Remove dust caps and plugs from each hose just prior to use of that assembly. NOTE: When connecting the various hose assemblies, note that all hoses are two inches in diameter with the exception of the four hoses which are attached to the four swivels. These hoses are 1-1/2 inches in diameter. 4) Place the 125-GPM centrifugal pump assembly in the center of the assembly area. a) Position the side of the pump that contains the male quickdisconnect coupling so that it faces toward the area where the four distribution nozzles are to be located. Demonstration 1:18 0 hrs Group-paced Instruction

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b) The side of the pump that contains the female quick-disconnect coupling then faces the area where the water storage and dispensing drums are to be located. Place the suction water hose assembly at the side of the centrifugal pump that contains the female quick-disconnect coupling. c) Attach the double male adapter end of the suction water hose assembly to the female quick-disconnect coupling on the centrifugal pump. 5) Use the towing and lifting yoke assembly as necessary to position two full water storage and dispensing drum assemblies. Make sure that the side of each tank which has the 2-inch elbow coupler is close enough to its respective suction water hose assembly to permit attachment. 6) Connect each of the two suction water hose assemblies to each of the two water storage and dispensing drum assemblies as follows: a) Attach the unconnected end of one of the suction water hose assemblies to the quick-disconnect coupling on the 2-inch elbow located on one side of the water storage and dispensing assemblies. b) Repeat this procedure for the remaining suction water hose assembly. 7) Place the 10-foot discharge water hose assembly at the side of the centrifugal pump assembly to the male coupling on the centrifugal pump. 8) Attach the female quick-disconnect coupling at the end of the discharge water hose assembly to the male coupling on the centrifugal pump. 9) Roll the attached hose away from the centrifugal pump. 10) Attach the female quick-disconnect coupling at the end of the Yfitting components to the unconnected end of the discharge water hose assembly. 11) Attach each of the two 25-foot discharge water hose assemblies to the Y-fitting component as follows: a) Attach the female quick-disconnect coupling at the end of one of 25-foot discharge water hose assemblies to one of the two ends of the Y-fitting component. b) Repeat this procedure for the second 25-foot discharge water hose assembly. 12) Position the two 25-foot discharge water hose assemblies. 13) Attach each of the two 25-foot discharge water hose assemblies to each of the two remaining Y-fitting components as follows:

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a) Attach the female quick-disconnect coupling located at one end of one of the Y-fitting components to the unconnected end of one of the 25-foot discharge water hose assemblies. b) Repeat this procedure for the remaining Y-fitting component. 14) Position the two Y-fitting components. 15) Attach the female quick-disconnect coupling end of each of the four reducers to the two unconnected ends of each of the two Y-fitting components. 16) Attach one pair of 25-foot discharge water hose assemblies to each of the two reducers on each of the two Y-fitting components as follows: a) Attach the female quick-disconnect coupling at the end of one of these hoses to one of the two reducers on one of the Yfitting components. b) Repeat this procedure for the reducer on the other end of the Y-fitting component. c) Again repeat this procedure, using the second pair of hoses for the two reducers on the second Y-fitting component. 17) Position the four 25-foot discharge water hose assemblies. 18) Unfold and set up each of the two tripod stand assemblies. 19) Position one of the two stands close to the unconnected end of each pair of 25-foot discharge water hose assemblies. 20) Attach one distribution nozzle assembly to each of the four 25-foot discharge water hose assemblies as follows: a) Attach the reducer at the end of one of the four distribution nozzle assemblies to the end of one of the four hoses. b) Repeat this procedure for each of the three remaining distribution nozzle assemblies. b. Perform before-operation PMCS on the FAWPSS. 1) Check Hose Assemblies. 2) Inspect Ball Valve Assemblies. 3) Inspect Nozzle Assemblies. 4) Inspect Nozzle Stand Assemblies. 5) Inspect Towing and Lifting Yokes 6) Inspect Miscellaneous Fittings.

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c.

Operate the FAWPSS. 1) Prime the pump, open the elbow valve, and start the centrifugal pump engine. 2) Check the entire system for leaks, beginning with the 2-inch elbow couplers on the water storage and dispensing drums. 3) If you discover a leak, shut off the centrifugal pump engine. 4) If the leak is at a quick-disconnect coupling assembly, open and remove the assembly. 5) Inspect the hose assembly for abnormal twisting or ballooning which indicates that the hose is weak. 6) Check the couplings to be certain that sealing gaskets are in place and whether there is damage or the presence of foreign matter. 7) If gaskets are damaged or missing, obtain these items from the overpack kit and replace. 8) If couplings are damaged, replace the entire assembly with a spare assembly from the overpack kit. If foreign matter is present, thoroughly flush the hose. Refasten the assembly. 9) Start the engine of the centrifugal pump and repeat the above procedure until no leaks are seen. 10) Test each of the four distribution nozzles. If they do not operate at full flow, stop the centrifugal pump engine. 11) Check the strainer inside the nozzle, clean if needed, and replace. 12) Start the centrifugal pump engine, and repeat the procedures described until all distribution nozzles operate at full flow. 13) Assign two workers to fill the FAWPSS which contains 500-gallon drums. There are two methods of filling the 500-gallon collapsible drums. 14) One method is filling the drums directly from the PWS/DS. The other method is to use the 125-GPM pump that comes with the FAWPSS. 15) The position and the tasks of the crew vary with each of these methods. 16) When drums are filled directly from the water supply point: a) Assign one worker to the control valves of the filling point. Make this worker responsible for controlling the flow of water to the drums.

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b) Assign the other worker to the drum. Make this worker responsible for preparing the drum for filling, making all connections, and monitoring the filling operation. 17) When using the 125-GPM pump, you still need two workers for the filling operation. a) Have one worker operate the 125-GPM pump and control the flow of water. b) Assign the other to the drum with the same responsibility as in the method described before. 18) If the drums are to be delivered by helicopter to the supported unit, you will need a vehicle to remove the filled drums to the loading point. d. Perform during-operation PMCS on the FAWPSS. 1) Check Hose Assemblies. 2) Inspect Nozzle Assemblies. 3) Inspect Miscellaneous Fittings. e. Stop operation of the FAWPSS. 1) Drain the water from the partially-filled dispensing drum or drums by operating one of the dispensing nozzles. 2) Turn off the engine on the 125-GPM pump and disconnect the suction and discharge hoses. f. Dismantle the FAWPSS. 1) Continue issuing water until the drums are empty. 2) Disassemble the FAWPSS in the reverse order of assembly. 3) Prior to repackaging, drain, dry, and then cap and plug all hose assemblies. 4) Drain, collapse, and fold the water storage and dispensing drum. 5) Store component parts in the original containers in which they were received. 6) Replace dust caps and plugs on each hose prior to repackaging. 7) Disassemble component parts of the various hose assemblies and other fittings in the following order for repackaging: a) Water storage and dispensing bag assembly. b) Distribution nozzle assemblies.

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c) Tripod stand assemblies. d) Four swivels. e) Four 25-foot discharge water hose assemblies. f) Two reducers.

g) Y-fitting components. h) Female quick-disconnect coupling. i) j) Male coupling. 10-foot discharge water hose assembly.

k) 2-inch elbow coupler. l) Two suction water hose assemblies.

m) Two water storage and dispensing drum assemblies. n) Towing and lifting yoke assemblies. o) Two valve assemblies. p) Double male adapter. q) Two suction water hose assemblies. r) 125-GPM centrifugal pump.

g. Perform after-operation PMCS on the FAWPSS. 1) List on DA Form 2404 deficiencies that cannot be corrected. 2) Turn in the form to the organizational maintenance section.

NOTE:

Conduct a check on learning and summarize the learning activity.

CHECK ON LEARNING: Conduct a check on learning and summarize the ELO. B. ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE B
ACTION: CONDITIONS: Students will demonstrate knowledge on operating the FAWPSS and performing PMCS.

Given a demonstration, a training site, POL, a FAWPSS, DA Form 1714-R, DA Form 2404, a GO/NO GO checklist, a hands-on practical exercise, a minimum of (2) two 500 gallon drums, and TM 5-4320-301-13&P. In accordance with TM 5-4320-301-13&P.

STANDARDS:

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1.

Learning Step / Activity 1. The students will complete a hands-on Practical Exercise to demonstrate knowledge of operating the FAWPSS and performing PMCS. Method of Instruction: Instructor to Student Ratio: Time of Instruction: Media: Practical Exercise (Performance) 1:6 2 hrs Group-paced Instruction

a. Students will demonstrate knowledge on operating the FAWPSS. b. Students will demonstrate knowledge on performing PMCS. NOTE: Refer to the Student Handout section for the GO/NO GO checklist of the PE1.

CHECK ON LEARNING: Conduct a check on learning and summarize the ELO.

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SECTION IV.

SUMMARY Method of Instruction: Conference / Discussion Instructor to Student Ratio is: 1:18 Time of Instruction: 0 hrs Media: Group-paced Instruction

Review / Summarize Lesson

The following key points were discussed within the lesson unit: a. Assembly b. Before-, During-, and After-Operation PMCS c. Operation d. Stopping Operation e. Dismantling

Check on Learning

Determine if the students have learned the material presented by soliciting student questions and explanations. Ask the students questions and correct misunderstandings. 1) How many workers should be assigned for filling the FAWPSS? (Two.) 2) How do you dismantle the FAWPSS? (In the reverse order of assembly.)

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SECTION V.

STUDENT EVALUATION NOTE: Describe how the student must demonstrate accomplishment of the TLO standard. Refer student to the Student Evaluation Plan.

Testing Requirements

The student must score a "GO" for each item on the "GO/NO GO" checklist to receive a "GO" for the practical exercise. The student must meet the requirements of this lesson by achieving a passing score on the End of Annex Examination. NOTE: Rapid, immediate feedback is essential to effective learning. Schedule and provide feedback on the evaluation and any information to help answer students' questions about the test. Provide remedial training as needed.

Feedback Requirement

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PRACTICAL EXERCISE SHEET 77W10F09, PE1


Title Lesson Number/Title Introduction

Operate the Forward Area Water Point Supply System (FAWPSS) 77W12F09 version TATS / Operate the Forward Area Water Point Supply System (FAWPSS) This Practical Exercise is to provide the student with the skills to operate the Forward Area Water Point Supply System (FAWPSS). The ability to operate the FAWPSS is a necessary skill for the water treatment specialist to issue water to supported units. NOTE: Inform the students of the following Terminal Learning Objective requirements.
At the completion of this lesson, you [the student] will: Action: Set up, operate, and dismantle the FAWPSS, perform PMCS, make

Motivator

Terminal Learning Objective

Conditions:

appropriate entries on DA Form 2404 and correct any deficiencies, make appropriate entries on DA Form 1714-R, and observe environmental considerations. Given a demonstration, a training site, POL, a FAWPSS, DA Form 1714-R, DA Form 2404, a GO/NO GO checklist, a hands-on practical exercise, a minimum of (2) two 500 gallon drums, and TM 5-4320-301-13&P. In accordance with TM 5-4320-301-13&P.

Standards:

Safety Requirements

1. When filling the fuel tank, do not smoke or use open flame in the area. Always make metal-to-metal contact between the container and the fuel tank. This will prevent a spark as fuel flows over metallic surfaces. Failure to observe this warning may result in death to personnel. 2. Never operate the centrifugal pump in an enclosed area unless the exhaust gases are piped to the outside. Exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide which is a colorless, odorless, and poisonous gas. 3. Make sure spark plug leads are disconnected before performing maintenance on the pump. 4. Avoid breathing smoke when using a fire extinguisher. 5. Do not fill the fuel tank while the engine is running. Gasoline spilled on a hot engine may explode and cause serious injury to personnel. 6. Do not attempt to perform any maintenance on the pump while the engine is running. 7. Make sure all gasoline fumes are removed from tank before starting welding operations. Fumes in tank can cause a severe explosion if ignited. 8. Drycleaning solvent, P-D-680, used to clean parts, is potentially dangerous to

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personnel and property. Avoid inhalation of fumes and repeated or prolonged skin exposure. Wash exposed skin thoroughly with soap and water. Use in well-ventilated area away from open flame or excessive heat. Flash point is 100 degrees F (38 degrees C). 9. Do not start pump without first priming with water (on most models). Dry operation will damage pump seals and cause pump to fail. After priming, do not run pump more than 3 to 5 minutes without water flowing through it. 10. When tying centrifugal pump to carrier, install bands through frame. Do not secure by banding across channels. 11. Wear MOPP 4 when conducting NBC test. If NBC agents are detected, give the alarm and immediately notify supervisor. During storage, issue, or distribution, stop all operations. Destroy contaminate water when directed to do so. Decontaminate self and equipment when mission permits. 12. Observe all safety procedures when conducting chemical analysis of water. Dangerous chemicals are provided in both test kits. Death, health hazards, or injuries such as severe burns, impaired vision, and internal tissue destruction may be experienced if personnel fail to observe precautions.

Risk Assessment Level Environmental Considerations

Low to medium. Army Regulation 200-1 delineates TRADOC responsibilities to integrate environmental requirements across DTLOMS and ensure all training procedures, materials, and doctrine include sound environmental practices and considerations. The Army's environmental vision is to be a national leader in environmental and natural resource stewardship for present and future generations as an integral part of all Army missions. This Training Support Package meets this standard. The instructor will use a GO / NO GO checklist with direct observation of the student's performance. Refer students to the Student Evaluation Plan. We will now learn how to operate the FAWPSS.

Evaluation

Instructional Lead-In Resource Requirements

INSTRUCTOR MATERIALS: Training Support Package

STUDENT MATERIALS: 2 500-gallon drums Fire Extinguishers Oil Fuel Earplugs DA Form 1714-R DA Form 2404 Pencil Student Handouts

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Special Instructions

Directions to Instructors. 1. The instructor will ensure that there is a FAWPSS with components and accessories for every six students in class. During this exercise the students should be broken down into groups of no more than six. 2. One instructor or assistant instructor per group. 3. Review risk assessment and safety considerations once again before starting the PE1. 4. Before starting the PE1 identify the groups and the equipment they will be using. Inform them of the steps they are to follow. 5. Once the PE1 has started, observe the groups as they perform the exercise. Ensure that all students are taking part in the exercise and that safety precautions are followed. 6. Check to ensure that all equipment necessary to operate the FAWPSS is on hand and serviceable. 7. The primary instructor will ensure that each assistant instructor is monitoring his or her group and making on the spot corrections. 8. The assistant instructor will take charge of one group and assist the students in any problems they may have in operating the FAWPSS. 9. Once each group has completed the exercise, talk them through the PE to ensure each student understood the exercise. Directions to Students. 1. The purpose of this exercise is to give the student the hands-on experience to better enhance his or her skills and knowledge in operating the FAWPSS. 2. The FAWPSS will be used during this exercise. 3. Once each student has been identified and placed in a group, he or she will participate in operating the FAWPSS.

Procedures

Instruct students to perform the following actions: NOTE: Provide students with QMS NO: 720-77W10F-09 - PE1. 1. Start, operate, and shut down the FAWPSS pump. 2. Perform PMCS.

Feedback Requirements

Rapid immediate feedback is essential to effective learning. Correct any student misunderstandings. Provide remedial practice as needed.

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SOLUTION FOR PRACTICAL EXERCISE 77W10F09, PE1 Refer to the Student Handout section for the GO/NO GO checklist.

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