Fill Fuel Tank -- Continued.
Hot engine surfaces are possible sources of ignition. When refueling during unit operation
with JP8, avoid fuel splash and fuel spill. Do not smoke or use open flame when performing
refueling. Remember Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) are still required
(WP 0013). Flames and possible explosion may result. Failure to comply may cause injury or
death to personnel.
Metal jewelry can conduct electricity and become entangled in BMPM components. Remove
all jewelry and do not wear loose clothing when working on equipment. Failure to comply may
cause injury or death to personnel.
Flying debris or material may enter eyes or strike the face. Wear appropriate eye/face
protection. Failure to comply may cause injury or death to personnel.
7. Add approved fuel until the level of fuel is right below inner lip of fuel tank. Do not overfill past inner lip of fuel
8. Clean any spilled fuel and dispose of In Accordance With (IAW) local Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).
9. Ensure fuel tank cap latch is turned counterclockwise while installing fuel tank cap (Figure 2, Item 1) onto fuel
tank. Pressure relief valve (Figure 2, Item 3) should be positioned toward rear of vehicle.
10. Turn fuel tank cap latch (Figure 2, Item 2) clockwise, and press down on fuel tank cap latch to secure.
END OF TASK