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4 . DEP/ÄTMENT CF THE ARMY «. HEADOÜARTUIS 809TH ENGINEER BATTALION (CCKSIRÜCTION) APO San Francisco Operational Repcrt for Quarterly Period Ending 31 January 196? (RCS CSFCR-65) 1, General: Section It SIGNIFICANT UNIT ACTIVITIES a. At the end of this period the battalion continues construction on Camp Vayama and the Ammunition Storage Facilities in the vicinity of Sattohip, Company C has been consolidated at the battalion base camp. Camp Cham Sinthope, from northeast Thailand after completing the Special Fcrces camp and the general construction work and earthwork on the POL project at Nakhon Phanora, Responsibility for completion of the northeast br.so camp. Camp Ruam Chit Chai, was turned over to the 56lst Engineer Company (Construction) arri completion of the Nakhon Ptenom POL project was turned over to the 697th Engineer Company (Pipeline). In addition, the Sattahip POL project was completed, b. During this period the battalion received additions to the scope of werk in Camp Vcywna, the Terminal facilities, and ths Annunltlon Storage Facilities in Sattahip, Four repair and maintenance projects for the br.ttalion base camp were approved. Verbal instructions were received in early January to conmencc construction operations on the Inland Road, 2, Personnel; a. During the period of this report, the personnel strength of the battalion decreased to 620, 79% of authorized strength under TOE as augmented by USARPAC GO 285, The personnel strength of this conmand at the beginning and end of the reporting period is shown below: AUTHCRIZED PRESENT FCR DUTY 1 Nov Jan 67 Officers Warrant Officers Enlisted m 6^ 699 Total b. The battalion has been assigned the mission of constructing 122 KM of inland road linking the seaport of Sattahip with the Bangkok Bypass Road, Critical, shortage of nonconraissioned officer supervisors.
5 MOß 51H/«D, and construction eqviipraent operators, MOS 62E20/3O, serious3,y roduce^this coinmcnd's operatiorcl capability. This has been the subject of cenmand letters, and was pointed out in the Operational Report for Quarterly Period Ending 31 October 1966 and in the previous two Unit Readiness Reports, c, A critical need for trained personnel also exists in the medical and construction survey areas, d. There have been numerous instances of late receipt of assignment instructions for personnel returning to CONUS, Personnel have been required to remain in this ccranand up to 2j months after date due CONUS pending receipt of such instructions. The policy of repcrting personnel for reassignment appears adequate. [ 3 Operations: a. Construction Activity in Sattahip (1) 1000 Man Cantonment Area, Camp Vayama, Sattahip, JD 1*4/66/8: Building construction and site development continued throughout November, December, and January, Company B continued the construction effort on this project. At the beginning of the period the large majority of the original billet and messhall space was completed. During this period the project was expanded to include a 10-unit, GP medium tent camp and facilities for 200 additioral Thai Security Guards,. Concurrently, vertical construction effort continued on the community facilities, The Thai Security Guard area and the tent camp were standard light frame buildings and were cinpleted easily during t^ds period. The comrunity facilities, however, are of non-standard design and construction is progressing more slowly. Buildings completed during this period include the Enlisted Men's Club, Chapel, Hospital, APO Building, two company areas, and the tent camp. At the close of the period all buildings included in the current scope of the project were either completed or under construction, with the exception of the telephone building for vhich plans h;\vb not been received, and the firehouse. To date one hundred and forty-two (142) buildings are complete for a percentage of 87SS. The water distrubution system is 90^ complete, the sewer line is 80! complete and thi electrical distribution system is 90% complete. The fill for the camp area was completed with the aid of a civilian contract, necessitated by high priority earthmoving projects in other areas. See Inclosure 1. (2) Signal Site, Sattahip, Thaialdn, JD Uk/66/9'- Construction during this period included the completion of the security fence and security lignting around Hill 100, This completed all construction on the hill itself and loft only the access road to be repaired. Little progress has been nßde on this due to higher priorities on other earthmoving projects.
6 (3) POL Storage Facility, Sattahip, Thailand, JD i^/66/10: This project was conpleted during this period with the completion of the perimeter security lighting. The lack of digging and pole-setting capability hindered the completion of this project for a considerable length of time, (4) Terminal Buildings (Phase III) Sattahip, Thailand, JD U/66/19: The job directive for the third phase of this project was received during this period. The scope of the project is the construction of three additional ao^s 1 standard buildings in the Terminal area. To date materials have been ordered fcr the project and construction is to begin upon their arrival and the availability of construction personnel. (5) Anmo Storage Facility, Sattahip, Thailand, JD itu/66/30: The project was begun on 1 August 1966 and the present scope of work includes 35 anmo storage pads and 7*9 kilometers of main and lateral roads. At the dose of the period, 2U pads were complete, 21 culverts were in place and the entire reach of the road was under construction, A civilian fill contract was let during the period and a total of 55,000 cubic meters of fill had been hauled into tiie site. Civilian equipment was also contracted to supplement the battalion's TOSeE capability. Company B is responsible for the censtruction with a portion of Company C earthmoving platoon attached, A decision has been made to place an asphalt surface treatment on the roads. The type treatment is to be determined by t^st. Problems with constmction can be generally attributed to old condition of the earthmoving equipment and the problems of acquiring repair parts. See Inclosure 2, b, Censtruction Activity, Northeast Thailand (1) Sakon Nakhon Base Camp, JD 44/66/37: At the beginning of the period Company C was split in three locations in northeast Thailand, The Sakon Nakhon base camp project was left vdth a skeleton crew reinforced by local national laborers. These people were utilized in pre fabrication operations while the Special Forces job was under construction. After the construction platoon from the Special Fcrcos camp was consolidated again in Sakon Nakhon, a large number of the camp building sections had been prefabticated, so construction moved along rapidly. On 3 Jan 67 the project was turned over to the 56lst Er^gr Co (Const), At that time the car^ was 39^ complete. Thirty-six (36) buildings were completed. Slow delivery of materials was a problem but many materials were arriving at the turn over dato. See Inclosure 3» (2) POL Facility, Nakhon Phanom, JD 44/66/57: Progress on this project has been good, A construction platoon from Company C reinforced by a portion of Company C earthmovirg platoon has accomplished the earthwork portion of the project and two
7 platoons of the 697th Er^r Co (PL) hcve erected the tanks and fabricated the system. On 15 January Company C was viithdravm from the project and it was turned over to the 697th Erjgr Co for ccmpletion, at that point in time the earthwork and concrete werk were 100^ complete. The work remaining includes finishing tanks, cleaning & testing, and finishing the piping. Problems during construction were late material delivery caused in part by improper specifications for certain system parts given on the ' purchase requests. See Inclosure 4«(3) Special Forces Camp, vie Sakon Nakhon, JD UU/SS/H: The scope of this project included the construction of a 70 man ccntonment area including thirteen 2D l xu& 1 standard buildings, a mess hall, a shower room, necessary administration buildings, and exterior utilities systems. This project was high priority with a short time allowed for construction. Company C took prefabricated building sections from the Sakon Nakhon base camp and shipped them to the Special Forces site. Therefore they were able to complete the entire camp in twenty-four days and meet the scheduled BCD requirement. See Inclosure 5«c # Construction Activity, Phanom Sarakham (1) Inland Road, JD kk/dl/l: The construction task involves the construction of a military road from the Bangkok Bypass Road (in the vicinity of km 21) to Sattahip on the southern coast. The road includes a total of 122 kilometers through rice paddies, farm land and mountains. Problems in beginng a road of this scope are voluminous. The schedule fcr the entire road calls for a completion date of 31 Dec 67. Due to the urgency and high priority which this project enjoys, mobilization and preliminary construction operations were begun on or abount 10 January 1967 on verbal instructions from the Ul^h Engr Gp, The preliminary operations were begun before any specific design was provided, therefore work schedules, estimates and equipment requirements were based on reconnaissance report of the A-E contractor. Full scale construction operations are scheduled to begin in February but are contingent upon the receipt of contract equipment on that date. More definitive planning and scheduling will be accomplished as more specific information is received on design, survey, drainage structures, and as soils personnel of this unit complete preliminary soils investigations (for foundation, borrow, and earthwork requiremerts). Real estate negotiations for right-of-way access ha've progressed well under the system set up by the Royal Thai Army Liaison Officer with the 809th Er^r Bn and the Royal Thai Highway Department real estate officials. The preliminary construction operations en the first twelve kilometers consist of surveying (ri^ht-of-way and ditch line staking), barrow pit and soils investigation, clearing of the entire reight-of-way, preliminary ditching, stripping, and ndnimal fill operations, (2) Camp Charn Sinthope alterations and additions:
8 ' Since the decision was made to curtail the relocation of the battalion to the northeast in favor of remaining in its base camp for the construction of the Inland Road, various project requests have been submitted for repairir^ existing base camp facilities arii adding needed facilities to the camp on order to make it usable for an indefinite period. To date the following repair and maintenance projects have^-tj^n approved: (a) 66/90, Troop Housing. This project is repair all troop billets vdth ceiling, floors, screemdre, and othe! repair. to necessary (b) 66/91, Messhalls Repair, renovation of three existing messhalls, This project is far the (c) 66/92, Second?.ry Electrical Distribution System Repair, This project is designed to relieve hazardous conditions, replace delapidated wire and balance the electrical loads on the power source, (d) 66/93, EM Club Repair, This project is fcr the repair of the existing EM Club to be used as an NCO Club upon completion of a new EM Club, These projects are self-help type and will be accomplished ty R&Ü personnel, LN labor, and troop construction effort as available from other projects, 4, Supply: a. During this.period the overall supply situation has improved. Disposition instructions for uneconomically repairable ornance and engineer equipment were received and the equipment was turned into the proper disposal activities vdth minimal delay. Adequate refrigeration equipment was received in the pajt two months to support the mess halls and ration breakdown. The 313th Trans Co has taken over all shipment of perishable rations from Bangkok to the ration breakdown point at Camp Cham Sinthope. b. The shortage of the following major items of equipment will significantly degrade this organization^ capability to accomplish its mission of constructing the Inland Road, To improve this situation a purchase request was submitted to rent approximately $5,000,000,00 worth of contract equipment. TOE Major Items: FSN NC!-!EKCLATURE Jrk, tractor, 10 ton (^ 5 ten ILO 10 ton) AUTH 0/H 15 *8 REQ NO PRIOR 6326-OOI (AT ) 05 STATUS Trk, dump, 5 ton M (AT ) 05
9 J0031 Tractor, whl, rail 830M (AT (AT Ö-6359 Scraper, earth, towed 18 cu yd (AT ) (AT ) Distributor, water, trk ratd, 1000 gal OC7 (AT056a ) 02 63A1-004 (AT H7 Crane shovel, basic unit, crlr ratd /»0 ton 2 cu yd (AT ) 05 3Ö Boom, crane, crlr mtd, 50«, A0 ton (AT ) Bucket clamshell, 2 cu yd OO6 (AT ) Tagline crane, crane shvl for li to 2 cu yd bucket (AT ) i*r-12A0 rairlead attachment; crane shvl crlr mtd, AO ton OIO (AT ) 05 c. During this last reporting period one hundred and five (105) Purchase Requests were prepared by this headquarters for equipment, construction supplies auu Blanket Purchase Agreements«d. Supply action for the construction of facilities in Sattahip have contiriued. Purchase Requosts for supplies for the additional -work required hr.ve oeen submitted to higher headquarters for processing» e. Purchase Requests submitted fcr supplies for the POL Tank Farm project 9/66/57 have been fulfilled, f. All the Purchase Renuests fcr the NE Base Camp, project 9/66/37 have been submitted and all the supplies should be on site by 1 Feb 67,
10 . g # Purchase Requests in the amount of $5,000, for equipment have been submitted to higher headquarters for processing when funds become available fcr the Inland Road Project 67A» 5«Maintenance: a. The maintenance facilities fcr this unit are not adequate. Request for a construction project to provide new shops, a repair parts facility and related items has been initiated, b. The annual Connand Maintenance Manag ems rt Inspection was completed in Dcceiriber 1966 with au areas in this unit satisfactory, c. The unit continues to have difficulty in obtaining multi-fuel engines and related parts, d. The major maintenance problem stems from lack of repair parts and 00^ of the equipment deadlined is deadlined for farts. Section II: COMMANDERS «S OBSERVATIONS AND COMMENTS & Personnel: a. Throughout the period of this report, the 809th Engineer Battalion (Construction) has carried between 90 and 1A0 personnel in an "In-Transit" status, I strongly recomnend that his oonmand be authorized an across the board 10% increase in enlisted personnel to alleviate this situation, b. An individual being held past his date due CONUS because of non-receipt of assignment instructions is cause for great concern since it has a highly detrimental effect on the morale of the entire battalion, I recommene'. that if assignment instructions are no received 30 days prior to an individual's pert call, immediate follow up action be taken. If assignment instructions are still not received, I highly reconmend ttot I be given authority to assign personnel directly to USAOSREPLSTA, Oakland, California, 7. Operations: Operational problems have been generally characterized by a lack of time allotted to planning at -the outset of a p:.rticular project! Job directives, plins, and specifications are not received far enough in ivance of proposed starting dates to allow proper planning of personnel use, equipcent employment and material procurenent and delivery. Experience has shown thzt a U5 day minimum lead time is necessary on nearly all material deliveries, and problems are inevitable when a project is begun without the proper materials on hand.
11 8, Logistics: DuriiTg this period the necessity for adequate time to plan and procure materials for a project was again emphasized. The concurrent design, preparation of bill of materials, and procurement of materials with the actual construction has proved to be very inefficient. The most appropriate solution to this problem is to accomplish the planning of a project in time to allow for the required procureraent lead time fcr materials. Based on experience in the past year the minimum procurement lead time should be 45 days. ^^^-^CH^^ 5 Jncl AI ERT C LEHMAN?.s LTC, CE ConmandLng 8
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