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Shower, Laundry and Clothing Repair (SLCR) Units and Capabilities. TLO and ELOs. Terminal Learning Objective: Describe the terms and principles, units and capabilities, and support roles and responsibilities in employing Shower, Laundry and Clothing Repair (SLCR) support in COE.

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    1. Shower, Laundry and Clothing Repair (SLCR) Units and Capabilities

    2. TLO and ELOs Terminal Learning Objective: Describe the terms and principles, units and capabilities, and support roles and responsibilities in employing Shower, Laundry and Clothing Repair (SLCR) support in COE. Enabling Learning Objectives: A. Identify SLCR, fundamentals, terms and principles B. Describe SLCR missions, capabilities, locations and employment of units/elements C. Describe SLCR roles, responsibilities and key managers

    3. References • FM 10-1 QUARTERMASTER PRINCIPLES (CH 19) • FM 42-414 TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR QM FIELD SERVICE COMPANY (DS/M) • AR 700-135 MOBILE FIELD LAUNDRY, CLOTHING EXCHANGE, AND BATH OPERATIONS

    4. AGENDA • QM Field Service Co (FSC) (Modular) • QM FSC Organization • Unit Locations • Shower Operations • Laundry Operations • Clothing Repair • SLCR Fuel Requirements • Questions

    5. QUARTERMASTER FIELD SERVICES COMPANYModular 6 SLCR SECTIONS/TEAMS PER COMPANY QM FLD SVCS CO (M) CO HQ (29) OFF/ENL 1ST PLT HQ (3) SLCR TEAM # 1 (15) SLCR TEAM # 2 (15) SLCR TEAM # 3 (15) 2nd PLT HQ (3) SLCR TEAM # 4 (15) SLCR TEAM # 5 (15) SLCR TEAM # 6 (15)

    6. UNIT LOCATIONS EIGHT (8) ACTIVE COMPONENT QM FSC’s NORMALLY ASSIGNED TO A COMBAT SUSTAINMENT SUPPORT BN (CSSB) 16TH QM FSC (M) FORT LEE, VA 157TH QM FSC (M) FORT HOOD, TX 473RD QM FSC (M) HUNTER ARMY AF, GA 540TH QM FSC (M) SCHOFIELD BRKS, HI 259TH QM FSC (M) FORT BRAGG, NC 590TH QM FSC (M) FORT DRUM, NY 549TH QM FSC (M) FORT CARSON, CO 295TH QM FSC (M) FORT LEWIS, WA 17 ADDITIONAL QM FSC IN USAR 2 QM FSC IN ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

    7. SHOWER OPERATIONS (PERSONNEL 92S)

    8. SHOWER OPERATIONS(KEY EQUIPMENT) 12 HEAD SHOWER UNIT TENT - 48’ x 20’ TEMPER TENT GENERATOR - 5KW TANK - 3000 GAL COLLAPSIBLE TRUCK - 5 TON LMTV CARGO TRUCK M-80 WATER HEATER / AWH-400 PUMP - 125 GPM PERSONNEL - 3 (92S)

    9. SHOWER OPERATIONS(SUPPORT CAPABILITY) 500 SOLDIERS PER DAY (MAXIMUM) 1500 GALLONS OF WATER PER HOUR PLANNING FACTOR 10 OPERATIONAL HOURS PER DAY OPTIMUM WATER TEMP 95-105 DEGREES FOR SHOWERS CENTRALIZED DRAINAGE SYSTEM

    10. HOW TO SUPPORT THE HBCT WITH ONLY ONE 12 HEAD SHOWER UNIT PER SLCR TEAM?

    11. Containerized Shower (CS) Capabilities: Provides a clean environment for Soldiers to shower with privacy. Each shower stall has individual controls for adjusting water pressure and temperature. Allows 72 soldiers to shower per hour (10 minute shower). System capable of collecting waste water and can pump it up to 500’ for disposal/storage. Description: 12 commercial, fiberglass shower stalls, onboard ejector pump, and M80 water heater. Power requirements: 10kW, 120 Volt, single phase Size (L×W×H): 20’×8’×8’ ISO Container Weight: 8,500 lbs Cost: $75,000 Availability: 180 day lead-time. Transportability: Land, air or sea NSN: 4540-01-470-1398 POC: DSN256-5540, (508) 233-4486 12

    12. Small Unit Shower (SUS) Capabilities: Lightweight, portable shower system provides shower support for small units in forward areas. Provides up to 24 showers per hour. Description: Compact heating unit burns diesel or JP-8 fuels. Provides temperature controlled water at 95°-105° F. Air beam supported tent with four individual shower stalls provides privacy and controlled water drainage. Set up/tear down by two soldiers in 15 minutes. Power requirements: 28VDC via NATO slave cable connection to vehicle. Cost: $14,700 Status/availability: CTA item (CTA 50-909 supply system. NSN: 4510-01-409-0139 POC: DSN 256-5543, (508) 233-5543 13

    13. Shower Supplements (Items Available for Unit and Individual Level Field Services) • Sanator, M17 A decontamination apparatus that can be • used as a shower. • Portable unit shower: A 24th Infantry Division initiative adopted • by project SMART and approved by DA DCSLOG. Parts to construct cost about $300. It can be used with a 400-gallon water trailer or adapted to use tap water, larger water tanker, or service water. • 5 Gallon Can: A field-expedient modification A modified 5-gallon can be used for washing of a 5-gallon can hands by adding a spigot or as a makeshift • shower by placing holes in its bottom. • Solar shower bag: Plastic, 5-gallon capacity.

    14. LAUNDRY OPERATIONS

    15. LAUNDRY OPERATIONS(EQUIPMENT) LAUNDRY UNITS – LADS TENTS - 48 FT TEMPER TENT TRUCK TRACTOR - FMTV W/E GENERATOR - 30KW (LADS)

    16. LAUNDRY ADVANCED SYSTEM CAPABILITIES 400 LBS/HR WATER RE-CYCLE (540 GPD) FEWER OPERATORS

    17. SLCR TEAM CAPABILITY • ONE SLCR TEAM SUPPORTS • * 500 SOLDIERS PER DAY • * 3,500 SOLDIERS PER WEEK • QM FSC SUPPORTS 21,000 SOLDIERS PER WEEK • * 6 SLCR TEAMS • 20 HOURS PER DAY (Two 10 HR SHIFTS) • 4 HOURS FOR MAINTENANCE PER DAY • 15 LBS OF LAUNDRY PER SOLDIER PER WEEK

    18. CLOTHING REPAIR OPERATIONS

    19. CLOTHING REPAIR OPERATIONS(KEY EQUIPMENT) PERSONNEL - 3 (92S) FOR OPERATIONS CLOTHING REPAIR SHOPS (CRS-100) 6 TRAILERS TENT - 48 FT TEMPER TENT GENERATOR - 5KW GENERATOR TRUCK – 1 LMTV CARGO TRUCK PER TRAILER

    20. CLOTHING REPAIR OPERATIONS(SUPPORT CAPABILITY) REPAIR CLOTHING AND LIGHT TEXTILES ONLY (ACU/DCU/BDU) GENERAL RULE: SHOULD NOT EXCEED FIVE (5) MINUTES OF REPAIR TIME FOR EACH ITEM NO MISSION OR CAPABILITY TO REPAIR TENTAGE, CANVAS, OR OTHER HEAVY FABRICS/MATERIEL

    21. CLOTHING REPAIR OPERATIONS (SUPPORT CAPABILITY) MINOR REPAIR TO UNIFORMS RE-STITCH SEAMS REPLACE BUTTONS DARN SMALL HOLES, RIPS, TEARS IRON ON PATCHES SPECIAL REQUESTS ITEMS

    22. FUEL REQUIREMENTS FOR SLCR Proper planning and coordination of fuel support through supply channels are required if operations are to start up immediately on arrival at a site. SLCR fuel planning data Gallons Per Type of Component per hour 10-KW Generator 1.09 Diesel M85 Water Heater 2.50 Diesel Dryer 2.10 Diesel 3-KW Generator 0.84 MOGAS 5-KW Generator 0.57 Diesel M80 Water Heater 2.50 Diesel Delouser 0.35 MOGAS ANY SPECIAL FUEL REQUIREMENTS GENERATED BY SLCR TEAMS ?

    23. QUESTIONS?

    24. ADDITIONAL INFOMATION

    25. SHOWER, LAUNDRY & CLOTHING REPAIR OPERATIONS (92S) QM FSC (M) PLATOON SERGEANT SFC 2 SECTION CHIEF SSG 6 SLCR SERGEANT SGT 18 SLCR SPECIALISTPVT-SPC 68 TOTAL 94