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No convoy should be without 'em.

If you're the first or last vehicle in a convoy, you're gonna need a convoy warning light (CWL) or rotating amber warning light (RAWL) to meet the requirements of Para 2-16G of AR 385-55, Prevention of Motor Vehicle Accidents.

* 5-ton trucks. The TMs tell you to use NSNs 6220-01-195-1791, 6220-00-947-7570, or 6220-01-219-7621, depending on your vehicle. Here's where to find 'em:

--M809-series 5-ton trucks. Repair parts for the CWLs are in Figs 502-504 of TM 92320-260-24P-2. Installation instructions start on Page 14-96 of TM 9-2320-260-20.

--M939-series 5-tons. Repair parts are listed in Figs 611-613 of TM 9-2320-27224P-2. Installation instructions start on Page 3-1104 of TM 9-2320-272-24-2.

* 2 1/2-ton trucks. Use NSN 6220-01-195-1791.

* M747 semitrailer. Use the RAWL, NSN 6220-00-947-7570, listed in Fig 11 of TM 9-2330-294-24P.

* CUCVs, HMMWVs and all M871 and M872 semitrailers. Use NSN 2590-01107-9696. Installation instructions for this light are printed in TB 9-2590-510-23.

* FMTV. Use NSN 6220-01-423-2337.

If you need an amber bubble light to go with the kits, use NSN 6220-00-947-7570.
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