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NEWS | Nov. 14, 2023

Fuels: Petroleum Smart Book Updated

BLUF: The FY24 edition of the Petroleum Planning and Operations Smart Book edition is available for download.

Petroleum Planning and Operations Smart Book
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The FY24 edition of the Petroleum Planning and Operations Smart Book has been released. The smart book provides a source to assist petroleum planners with performing their duties. The book is updated every year with input from the owning organizations.

This year’s new information includes TRANSCOM details, updated force structure and doctrine, and much more.

To get the smart book, you have two options. Go to the US Army Petroleum Center’s website HERE. When you’re there, click on the yellow banner at the top, log in with your CAC, and you’ll be directed to a SharePoint page. Once there, on the left-hand side you’ll see a link that says References Page. Click on that, then scroll down until you see the USAPC Petroleum Planning and Operations Smart Book (it’s alphabetical so almost at the bottom), then click on the link and download it.

Or you can download it on milBook HERE.
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