Pollution Response Trailers. Leonard Rich, District 5 (dxc). Pollution Response Trailers. Leonard Rich, District 5 (dxc). In October 2001 a Commandant message placed the trailers on a low emphasis due to our additional duties of Security!
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In October 2001 a Commandant message placed the trailers on a low emphasis due to our additional duties of Security!
In March of 2004 District 5 decided to bring the purpose of the trailers back into focus.
I inspected and recorded the deteriorating conditions and quickly learned how difficult it would be to achieve full intended function of their use with Sector support for a program left to decay for years.
District 5 has an average use of 3 times/year for the trailers. I’m speaking of FY04, 05, and 06.
District Five has 24 trailers distributed like this;
Sector Delaware Bay 5 trailers
Sector Baltimore 7 trailers
Sector Hampton Roads 5 trailers
Sector North Carolina 7 trailers
The Sector Engineering Officer was brought along on the FY06 inspection of the trailers. HQ included the response trailers in a May 2005 preventative maintenance manual.