Inland Petroleum Distribution System Definition - MilitaryDictionary.org

inland petroleum distribution system

Term Source: JP 4-03 (Joint Bulk Petroleum and Water Doctrine) ?

1.) A multi-product system consisting of both commercially available and military standard petroleum equipment that can be assembled by military personnel and, when assembled into an integrated petroleum distribution system, provides the military with the capability required to support an operational force with bulk fuels. The inland petroleum distribution system is comprised of three primary subsystems: tactical petroleum terminal, pipeline segments, and pump stations.

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Term Classification: logistics

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Department of Defence, Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms

Term sourced from JP 4-03: Joint Bulk Petroleum and Water Doctrine, updated December 2010 View source document

This term is marked as active and was last updated in 2015


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