US Navy & Marine Fueling Maintenance & Repair Program

Pond’s successful approach to managing fuel systems maintenance and repair at 55 Navy and Marine sites worldwide has reinforced our primary goal; provide compliant, fully capable fuel systems insuring assigned Seaman and Marines meet their Peace and War-time missions. Our team, has extended capabilities from Florida to Texas in the CONUS, and Hawaii to Diego Garcia in the Pacific Rim where 22 of our sites support six combatant commands. Our efforts have seen successful site visits to complete on a yearly average 196 RM visits, and 662 service orders to provide upgrades and repairs to military service stations, aircraft hydrant refueling systems, and bulk and operating fuel storage systems. In addition to fuel system maintenance and repair, we have expanded our maintenance efforts to include fire suppression systems maintenance, inspection, and testing on DLA-E capitalized facilities.

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