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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

77W12F11 TWDS and Storage/Distribution Examination

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.

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PREFACE
Purpose

This Training Support Package provides the instructor with a standardized lesson plan for presenting instruction for:

This TSP Contains

TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE Preface ............................................................................................................................................. 2 Lesson Section I Administrative Data ..................................................................................... 4 Section II Introduction.................................................................................................. 8 Terminal Learning Objective - Demonstrate proficiency on the TWDS and storage/distribution systems............................................... 8 Section III Presentation .............................................................................................. 11 Section IV Summary................................................................................................... 12 Section V Student Evaluation .................................................................................... 13

Appendix A Practical Exercises and Solutions ............................................................................. 14

77W12F11 version TATS / TWDS and Storage/Distribution Examination 01 Oct 1999


SECTION I. All Courses Including This Lesson Task(s) Taught(*) or Supported Reinforced Task(s)

ADMINISTRATIVE DATA
Course Number Course Title

720-77W10
Task Number

77W10, WATER TREATMENT SPECIALIST, AIT COURSE


Task Title

Task Number

Task Title

101-540-1044 101-540-1046 101-540-1048 101-540-1051 101-540-1055 101-540-1065 101-540-1066 101-540-1067 101-540-1068 101-540-1069

OPERATE/PERFORM PMCS ON THE 350-GPM DIESEL WATER PUMP OPERATE/PERFORM PMCS ON THE 250-CFM AIR COMPRESSOR OPERATE/PERFORM PMCS ON THE 600-GPM DIESEL WATER PUMP SET UP, OPERATE, PERFORM PMCS/DISMANTLE THE FORWARD AREA WATER POINT SUPPLY SYSTEM (FAWPSS) SET UP, OPERATE, PERFORM PMCS/DISMANTLE THE 100/400-GPH HYPOCHLORINATION UNIT CONDUCT WATER ANALYSIS TESTING MAINTAIN, ASSEMBLY/DISASSEMBLE THE TACTICAL WATER DISTRIBUTON SYSTEM (TWDS) HOSE LINE MAINTAIN, ASSEMBLE/DISASSEMBLE THE SEMITRAILER MOUNTED FABRIC TANK (SMFT) MAINTAIN, ASSEMBLE/DISASSEMBLE THE POTABLE WATER STORAGE/DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (PWS/DS) 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

7.0 .0 7.0
Lesson Title

None

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

References
Number Title Date Additional Information

FM 10-52 FM 10-52-1 TM 10-4320-22614

TM 10-4320-30313

TM 10-4320-30914

TM 10-4320-32514

Water Supply in Theaters of Operations Water Supply Point Equipment and Operations Operator's, Unit, Direct Support, and General Support Maintenance Manaul for Water Pumping Assembly, Diesel Engine Driven, Wheel Mounted, 350 Gallons Per Minute (GPM), 275 Foot Head, Models: 350PAW (NSN 432001-158-2954) and W87012 Operator's, Unit and Direct Support Maintenance Manual for Tactical Water Distribution Equipment System (TWDS) Set 10-Mile Segment, Models 06749-018381, 110-00-0000, 919 and 10 (NSN 4320-01122-3547)(4320-01168-0591)(4320-01168-0590) Operator, Unit, Direct Support and Direct Support Maintenance Manual for Pump Unit, Diesel-Driven Army (NSN 4320-01-2477127)Marine Corps (4320-01-3139442)(TM 432014/1)(This Item is Included on EM 0077) Operator, Unit, Direct Support, and General Support Maintenance for Pump Unit, Centrifugal, DieselDriven, Self-Priming, 125-GPM Water, Class 3 (NSN 432001-357-1930), 25

11 Jul 1990 18 Jun 1991 31 Aug 1993

30 Jun 1993

30 Nov 1993

01 Jan 1900

TM 5-4310-452-14

TM 5-4320-20812&P

TM 5-4320-304-14

TM 5-4610-23313&P

September 1992. Operators, Organizational, Direct Support and General Support Maintenance Manual for Compressor, Rotary, Air, DED, 250 CFM 100 PSI TrailerMounted (NSN 431001-158-3262) Component of Pneumatic Tool and Compressor Outfit (3820-01-195-4167), Pump, Centrifugal, Gasoline Driven, Frame Mounted, 125 GPM (Includes parts and special tools list) Operator's, Unit, Intermediate Direct Support and General Support Maintenance Manual, Pump Unit, Centrifugal, SelfPriming, 125-GPM, Class 3, Diesel Driven (NSN 4320-01-1900417)(TM 08922A14/1)(Reprinted W/Basic Incl C1) Operator, Unit, and Intermediate Direct Support Maintenance Manual (Including Repair Parts and Special Tools List) for Water Purification Hypochlorination Unit, Frame Mounted, Automatically Controlled, 350 GPM, Model 1955-3, 12 April 1990.

01 Jan 1900

01 Jan 1900

16 Sep 1987

01 Jan 1900

Student Study Assignments Instructor Requirements Additional Support Personnel

None One primary instructor and one alternate per class if conference

None

Requirements Equipment Required for Instruction


Name Quantity Expendable

Materials Required

Compressor Unit, Rotary, P250WDMH268 Forward Area Water Point Supply System (FAW SS) Pump Unit, Centrifugal, Gas Driven, Frame-MTD, 125 GPM Semi-Trailer, Tank, Potable, Water 5000 Gallon, M1098 Semi Trailer Flatbed, Break Bulk/Container Transporter 34 Ton Tactical Water Distribution System Set (TWDS-RDF) Tank Assembly, Fabric, Collapsible, 4750 Gallon, Semi-Trailer Mounted Tank Assembly, Fabric Collapsible, 3,000 Gallon, Water, Semitrailer Mounted Tank Storage Wtr Transportable 160 Gal Truck, Tractor, Line Haul, C/S 50000 GVWR, 6X4 M915 Tiedown Kit, 500G, Drum Water Storage and Distribution Set, 40,000 GPD (Brigade) Truck, Lift, Fork, Diesel Driven, 10000 Lbs Capacity, Rough Terrain INSTRUCTOR MATERIALS:

1 2 3 1 2 1 2 2 6 1 2 2 1

No No No No No No No No No No No No No

Training Support Package

STUDENT MATERIALS:

Fuel Oil DA Form 1714-R DA Form 1714-R-1 DA Form 2404 Notepad Pen/Pencil Student Handouts

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

The ability to operate the TWDS, the FAWPSS, the PWS/DS, and the SMFT is a necessary skill for the water treatment specialist when storing, distributing, and issuing potable water in a field environment.

Terminal Learning Objective

NOTE: Inform the students of the following Terminal Learning Objective requirements.
At the completion of this lesson, you [the student] will: Action: Demonstrate proficiency on the TWDS and storage/distribution Conditions:

systems. Given prior classroom instruction, demonstration, a training site, POL, a Tactical Water Distribution System (TWDS), the Semitrailer Mounted Fabric Tank (SMFT), the Potable Water Storage/Distribution System (PWS/DS), the 125-GPM Gas/Diesel Driven Pump, the 350-GPM Diesel Water Pump, the 250-CFM Air Compressor, FM 10-52, FM 10-52-1, DA Form 1714-R, DA Form 1714-1-R, DA Form 2404, a GO/NO GO checklist, and a hands-on examination, TM 5-4320-226-14, TM 5-4310-452-14, TM 10-4320303-13, TM 5-4320-208-12&P, TM 5-4610-233-13&P, TM 5-4320303-14, TM 5-4320-309-14, and TM 5-4320-325-14. Proficiency will be determined by achieving a "GO" on this examination.

Standards:

Safety Requirements

1. Exercise extreme care and safety in handling the TWDS. Carelessness in handling the system could result in damage to the equipment and injury to personnel. 2. When handling equipment, always remove rings, bracelets, wrist watches, and any other jewelry prior to working with the system. Jewelry can catch on equipment and cause injury or may short circuit across electrical circuits and cause burns or electrical shock. 3. The exhaust system on the pump engine can become very hot during operations. Be careful not to touch it with bare hands. 4. The radiator also gets extremely hot during operations. Let it cool down before checking fluid. 5. To prevent injury, be careful not to short out the batteries on the pump. Do not smoke or use open flames near batteries or fuel tank.

6. To prevent air compressor assembly from rolling or sliding, securely lock the parking brakes. 7. Do not operate engine around open fuel. 8. Never refuel hot or running engines. Avoid overfilling the fuel tank. 9. Wear hearing protection when within 50 feet of operating air compressor. 10. The hypochlorination unit weighs over 200 pounds. At least four people are needed to lift it to prevent personal injury or damage to the equipment. 11. Hypochlorite solution is toxic to skin and eyes. If calcium hypochlorite comes into contact with skin or eyes, flush right away with water. Seek medical help. 12. Store calcium hypochlorite in a cool, dry place. Keep container closed. 13. Do not allow calcium hypochlorite to mix with any other materials, such as fuels, oils, paint products, or ammonia. This may cause fire or hazardous gases. Mix only in accordance with directions for use. 14. The hypochlorinator contains water under high pressure during and after operation. If this pressure is not relieved before working on the unit, serious injury may occur. 15. If hypochlorinator stops working properly or residual test does not give satisfactory reading, immediately shut down operation of distribution point, notify your supervisor, and take corrective action. 16. Portable radios will be required for communication and safe set-up. 17. Dry-cleaning 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). 18. 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. 19. Make sure spark plug leads are disconnected before performing maintenance on the pump. 20. Avoid breathing smoke when using a fire extinguisher. 21. When operating 125-GPM pump or 350-GPM pump ensure fuel is stored a minimum of 50 feet from the pump. 22. Hearing protection must be worn by personnel standing within 50 feet of the operating pump.

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. The ability to operate the TWDS and other water storage and distribution equipment is essential for the water treatment specialist in learning the techniques of producing potable water.

Evaluation Instructional Lead-In

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SECTION III.

PRESENTATION

1.

Learning Step / Activity 1. The students will complete a hands-on examination to operate the TWDS and storage/distribution systems. Method of Instruction: Instructor to Student Ratio: Time of Instruction: Media: Test 1:6 7 hrs Group-paced Instruction

NOTE: Operate the TWDS and storage/distribution systems. NOTE: Provide students with Student Handouts #1, #2, and #3.

NOTE: Refer to the Student Handout section for the GO/NO GO checklist of the E1.

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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. Operating The TWDS And Storage/Distribution Systems

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.

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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" (100%) for each item on the "GO/NO GO" checklist on the End of Annex Exam. If the student receives a "NO GO" on any portion of the hands-on examination, the student is re-tested on only that portion, and if the student passes the re-test, a score of 70% is received. The student must achieve a passing score of 70% on the written examination. The hands-on and written examinations will be administered following a block of instruction and are located in the Instructor Test Package. Refer to the Course Management Plan/Program of Instruction (CMP/POI) for guidance on administering the test. 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 77W10F11, E1


Title Lesson Number/Title Introduction

TWDS and Storage/Distribution Examination 77W12F11 version TATS / TWDS and Storage/Distribution Examination This hands-on examination is to provide the student with the skills to operate the TWDS and storage and distribution systems. The ability to operate the TWDS and storage and distribution systems is a necessary skill for the water treatment specialist when transporting, storing, and distributing potable water. NOTE: Inform the students of the following Terminal Learning Objective requirements.
At the completion of this lesson, you [the student] will: Action: Demonstrate proficiency on the TWDS and storage/distribution Conditions:

Motivator

Terminal Learning Objective

systems. Given prior classroom instruction, demonstration, a training site, POL, a Tactical Water Distribution System (TWDS), the Semitrailer Mounted Fabric Tank (SMFT), the Potable Water Storage/Distribution System (PWS/DS), the 125-GPM Gas/Diesel Driven Pump, the 350-GPM Diesel Water Pump, the 250-CFM Air Compressor, FM 10-52, FM 10-52-1, DA Form 1714-R, DA Form 1714-1-R, DA Form 2404, a GO/NO GO checklist, and a hands-on examination, TM 5-4320-226-14, TM 5-4310-452-14, TM 10-4320303-13, TM 5-4320-208-12&P, TM 5-4610-233-13&P, TM 5-4320303-14, TM 5-4320-309-14, and TM 5-4320-325-14. Proficiency will be determined by achieving a "GO" on this examination.

Standards:

Safety Requirements

1. Exercise extreme care and safety in handling the TWDS. Carelessness in handling the system could result in damage to the equipment and injury to personnel. 2. When handling equipment, always remove rings, bracelets, wrist watches, and any other jewelry prior to working with the system. Jewelry can catch on equipment and cause injury or may short circuit across electrical circuits and cause burns or electrical shock. 3. The exhaust system on the pump engine can become very hot during operations. Be careful not to touch it with bare hands. 4. The radiator also gets extremely hot during operations. Let it cool down before checking fluid. 5. To prevent injury, be careful not to short out the batteries on the pump. Do not smoke or use open flames near batteries or fuel tank.

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6. To prevent air compressor assembly from rolling or sliding, securely lock the parking brakes. 7. Do not operate engine around open fuel. 8. Never refuel hot or running engines. Avoid overfilling the fuel tank. 9. Wear hearing protection when within 50 feet of operating air compressor. 10. The hypochlorination unit weighs over 200 pounds. At least four people are needed to lift it to prevent personal injury or damage to the equipment. 11. Hypochlorite solution is toxic to skin and eyes. If calcium hypochlorite comes into contact with skin or eyes, flush right away with water. Seek medical help. 12. Store calcium hypochlorite in a cool, dry place. Keep container closed. 13. Do not allow calcium hypochlorite to mix with any other materials, such as fuels, oils, paint products, or ammonia. This may cause fire or hazardous gases. Mix only in accordance with directions for use. 14. The hypochlorinator contains water under high pressure during and after operation. If this pressure is not relieved before working on the unit, serious injury may occur. 15. If hypochlorinator stops working properly or residual test does not give satisfactory reading, immediately shut down operation of distribution point, notify your supervisor, and take corrective action. 16. Portable radios will be required for communication and safe set-up. 17. Dry-cleaning 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). 18. 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. 19. Make sure spark plug leads are disconnected before performing maintenance on the pump. 20. Avoid breathing smoke when using a fire extinguisher. 21. When operating 125-GPM pump or 350-GPM pump ensure fuel is stored a minimum of 50 feet from the pump. 22. Hearing protection must be worn by personnel standing within 50 feet of the operating pump.

Risk Assessment

Low to medium.

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Level Environmental Considerations

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 TWDS and storage and distribution systems.

Evaluation

Instructional Lead-In Resource Requirements

INSTRUCTOR MATERIALS: Training Support Package

STUDENT MATERIALS: Fuel Oil DA Form 1714-R DA Form 1714-R-1 DA Form 2404 Notepad Pen/Pencil Student Handouts

Special Instructions

Directions to Instructors. 1. The instructor will ensure that there is a TWDS and storage and distribution systems with components and accessories for every six students in class. During this examination 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 E1. 4. Before starting the E1 identify the groups and the equipment they will be using. Inform them of the steps they are to follow. 5. Once the E1 has started, observe the groups as they perform the examination. Ensure that all students are taking part in the examination and that safety precautions are followed. 6. Check to ensure that all equipment necessary to operate a TWDS and storage and distribution systems is on hand and serviceable. 7. The primary instructor will ensure that each assistant instructor is monitoring

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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 a TWDS and storage and distribution systems. Directions to Students. 1. The purpose of this examination is to give the student the hands-on experience to better enhance his or her skills and knowledge in operating a TWDS and storage and distribution systems. 2. The TWDS and storage and distribution systems 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 a TWDS and storage and distribution systems.

Procedures

Instruct students to perform the following actions: NOTE: Provide students with QMS NO: 720-77W10F-11 - E1. 1. Operate a TWDS and storage and distribution systems.

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 77W10F11, E1 Refer to the Student Handout section for the GO/NO GO checklist.

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