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Date: 02 Feb 2016
Crew Engineer Name: Anderson Wilder

Diesel –  50% (It’s hard to keep an accurate number because I stand so far
below the needle)
Propane – 81%
Gasoline (5 Gallon containers for ATV) – 10 Gallons
Water (trailer) measured in inches from the top– topped off
Water (static) measured in inches from the bottom – 25
Trailer to Static Pump used – No
Water (loft) –  12, topped it off
Static to Loft Pump used – Yes, topped it off
Water Meter: 104,131.6
Atv # 1,3,5 Oil Checked:  Good
Atv # 1,3,5 Fuel Used Gals:  Unknown
Atv # 1,3,5 Tires Status:   Good
Atv Hours Used Day: 20 mins on #5

Atv Notes And Comments: ATV #1 is out of commission as of right now, so all
that we have operational is ATV #3 and 5 at this moment.  Battery to ATV #4
is very likely dead, charging it did not make a noticeable difference.  I
was able to resuscitate #5 and get it running, “IT’S ALIVE!” Since I had to
run the engine to make sure it was charging the battery, I ran it around in
front of the hab for the photographer to get some shots

Summary of Engineering activities: Went through basic engineering report
procedures, everything is good

Received the bolt cutters from Hollow Mountain through the
photographer so I cut the lock to the observatory since the keys were still
locked inside

Questions and Concerns to Mission Support:

Only concern here would be to get a new lock for the observatory,
and maybe another battery or two for the other ATVs #2 and #4.