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Vehicle characteristics data.


Dear Half-Mast,

As a master planner for the Arizona ARNG, I need to enter information on the DD Form 1390/91 that identifies wheeled and tracked equipment longer than 30 feet.

Could you advise me if there's a document that lists the Army's vehicles and their specifications, specifically length? Generally, the MTOEs identify whether they are tracked or not. But it seems that because the same chassis can be used for fire fighting fire fighting, the use of strategy, personnel, and apparatus to extinguish, to confine, or to escape from fire. Fire-Fighting Strategy

Fire fighting strategy involves the following basic procedures: arriving at the scene of the fire as rapidly as
 and well-drilling equipment, the lengths of the trucks also vary depending on what they're used for.

Mr. E.S.

Dear Mr. E.S.,

Here's what you need:

Information on dimensions, weights and cubes for all Army equipment is on the CD-ROM CD-ROM: see compact disc.
 in full compact disc read-only memory

Type of computer storage medium that is read optically (e.g., by a laser).
 and web versions of TB 55-46-1, Standard Characteristics (Dimensions, Weight and Cube) for Transportability of Military Vehicles Military vehicles include all land combat and transportation vehicles, excluding rail-based, which are designed for or are in significant use by military forces.

See also list of armoured fighting vehicles.
 and Other Outsized/ Overweight Overweight

Refers to an investment position that is larger than the generally accepted benchmark.

For example, if a company normally holds a portfolio whose weighting of cash is 10%, and then increases cash holdings to 15%, the portfolio would have an overweight

Also, the IETM IETM Interactive Electronic Technical Manual
IETM Informal European Theatre Meeting
IETM Integrated Electronic Technical Manual (US Army)
IETM Integrated Engine Technical Manual (US Air Force) 
 for TB 55-46-1 can be found at the Transportation Engineering Agency website:

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Date:Jun 1, 2009
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