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Military SystemsMilitary Challenges in the Battlefield

Extended lines of communications and logistic requirements are the challenge of the modern battlefield.

Fuel and water account for the majority of transportation requirements in combat, if we can eliminate one of these requirements by having the organic capability to produce clean water those transportation assets can then concentrate on other needs

In today' s military the necessity for units to be self sufficient is of the utmost importance. Currently all water purification assets come from outside the Brigade and are pushed down as required; leaving the Brigades, Battalions, and Company' s to be totally dependant upon logistical allocations from their upper echelons headquarters.

Military Water Processing EquipmentThe Organization

  • Must Be An Independent, Deployable Organization
  • Able To Fight
  • Able To Sustain Itself
  • And Able To Win In Any Environment

The Brigade Combat Team

  • A Brigade Combat Team (BCT) - 2500 to 4500 Soldiers
  • Water Requirements 20K to 60K per day
  • A BCT Relies on Corps Level Assets for Water Purification
  • The BCT Pushes Bulk Water, Fuel and Other Supplies Forward Through Use of the Forward Support Battalion
  • No Organic Means to Purify Water

It is proposed that each Brigade has at least three Global LS3 DESAL-M1200GPH systems or a series of Global' s new AAR containerized Global LS3 DESAL-M600GPH or M300GPH series systems These units can be trailer mounted or fit onto the flatbed of a 5-ton. They require from from 40Kw to 150Kw generators to operate and can be situated with the Brigade Support to supply all the water needs for the Brigade encampment.

A Battalion Task Force

  • A Battalion Task Force - 500 to 800 Soldiers
  • Water Requirements 5K to 8K per day
  • A Task Forces Relies on Bulk Water Being Pushed Down From the Brigade Combat Team (BCT) in 5000 Gal Tankers to Refill Bladders and Water Buffaloes
  • The Task Force Pushes Bulk Water, Fuel and Other Supplies Forward Through Use of the Support Platoons or Forward Support Companies via LogPac Convoys
  • No Organic Means to Purify Water

It is proposed that each Battalion has At least 3 Global LS3 DESAL-M300-GPH. These units are conatinerized and ready for trailer mounting. They require a 20Kw generator to operate and can be situated with the Battalion Support to supply all the water needs for the Battalion' s encampment. This will also eliminate the need for external vehicles to haul water and Water Buffaloes and move more critical ammunition and food forward. As the unit will be able to fill their water buffaloes with purified water from the LS3.

A Company/Team

  • A Company/Team - 60 to 150 Soldiers
  • Water Requirements 1K to 2K per day
  • A Company/Team Relies on Bulk Water Being Pushed Down From the Task Force with the Daily LogPac and uses 500 Gal Water Buffaloes to Store Water - Sometimes Bladders are Pushed Forward
  • No Organic Means to Purify Water

It is proposed that each Company has at least four Global LS3-8000 series systems to be issued to combat platoons as required. These units are mounted in carrying cases and operate off of either AC 120/240 or 24V battery with Solar Array, they will fit into a single vehicle and be operated on an as needed basis to supply all the water needs for the Company and Platoons. Because some Company' s are situated away from Battalion and operate on their own it is necessary that the company level have more smaller units for each platoon including Global' s LS3-MSP-2 Back Pack series. These units will produce about a gallon of water per minute and are able to operate under silent operations if necessary.

Special Ops and LRRP' s

It is these soldiers that have to be self sufficient as the time they are in the field and the job they must accomplish dictate being self sufficient. Each team should have with them at least one of the LS3-MSP-2 Back Pack series. These units will produce about a gallon of water per minute and are able to operate under silent operations if necessary.

 
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