TMs to care for what you wear.
BUT WHAT ABOUT CLOTHING AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT? THEY DESERVE PM, TOO.
SO, BEFORE YOUR BDUS GET ALL RAGGEDY AND YOUR SLEEPING BAG WEARS THIN, MAKE A COMMITMENT TO PRACTICE PM ON YOUR CLOTHING AND INDIVIDUAL GEAR.
START BY ORDERING TWO ESSENTIAL TMs FOR YOU UNIT ...
* TM 10-8400-201-23, General Repair Procedures for Clothing, has chapters on BDUs (nothing on ACUs yet), caps and hats, cold weather clothing, wet weather parka and trousers, fire retardant clothing and lots more.
* TM 10-8400-203-23, General Repair Procedures for Individual Equipment, covers everything from helmets, body armor and mountaineering gear to cold weather sleeping bags and modular lightweight load-carrying equipment (MOLLE).
YOU'LL FIND THESE TMs BRIMMING WITH PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE INFO, THINGS LIKE PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES FOR ...
* CLEANING AND LAUNDERING
THEY ALSO CONTAIN NSNs FOR END ITEMS, COMPONENTS AND REPAIR MATERIALS.
You'll find these TMs online at the U.S. Army LOGSA electronic technical manuals website: https://logsa.army.mil/etms/online.htm
They're also available on EM 0313. Ask your pubs clerk to order the CD.
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|Title Annotation:||Clothing ...|
|Publication:||PS, the Preventive Maintenance Monthly|
|Date:||Nov 1, 2006|
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