1-12 Items furnished. All components installed as part of the barge are listed on the parts lists in drawings referenced in
Appendix A and in the Components of End Item List (CEIL) in Appendix B of TM 55-1930-209-14&P-20.
1-12.1 Common and bulk items onboard are listed in the Expendable Supplies and Materials List (ESML) in Appendix E of
TM 55-1930-209-14& P-18.
1-12.2 Repair parts and special tools onboard are listed in the Repair Parts and Special Tools List (RPSTL) in Appendix D
of TM 55-1930-209-14& P-18.
1-13 Items required but not furnished.
1-13.1 The barge requires a light Army tug or larger, or commercial tug of equivalent capacity, to move it from one
location to another. The tug usually tows the barge for long moves in open water and puts the barge "on its hip" for short
moves in congested or confined areas.
1-13.2 The barge requires the assistance of a landing craft mechanized (LCM-8) or similar type utility boat to transport the
ROWPU barge shore winch to and from the beach. This utility craft may also be used for placement and retrieval of the
barge's four anchors. A rough terrain forklift is also required to retrieve the beach winch from the LCM-8 and position it on
1-13.3 Watercraft must be obtained from the commander of the terminal operating area where the barge is being
deployed or from the commander providing support for the barge.
1-13.4 Bargemaster must have an accurate angle measuring and sighting device of at least an M-8 lensatic compass
capability or better.
1-14 Tools and test equipment. Use existing tools and equipment onboard. A complete list of tools and test equipment
onboard is in the Tools and Test Equipment List (TTEL) in Appendix C of TM 55-1930-209-14 & P-18.
1-15 Maintenance. Any Intermediate Direct Support/Intermediate General Support (IDS/IGS) maintenance requirement
beyond the capabilities of crewmembers is provided by a shore-based support maintenance unit. This unit also
determines when depot level support maintenance is required.