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The whys and hows for disposing of radios.

I PROPOSE A TOAST TO A GOOD RADIO WHOSE SERVICE HAS COME TO AN END ...

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Dear Editor,

Please spread the word that there are no repair programs for these four radios any more:
Radio NSN 5820-

AN/PRC-90 00-782-5308
AN/PRC-112 01-279-5450
AN/PRC-112C 01-458-6018
AN/PRC-112D 01-500-1535


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Nor is there a repair program for the KY913 Loader, NSN 7025-01-279-5308.

These radios and the loader should be turned in condition code "H" and DEMIL code "D" to a unit's DLA Disposition Services (the old DRMO).

If your unit turns in one of these radios, the project management office for the FBCB2 will issue the combat survival evader locator (CSEL), AN/PRQ-7, NSN 582001-499-4473, as a replacement, per the PM fielding schedule.

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Larry Hall

Inventory Manager

C-E LCMC

APG, MD

Editor's note:

Thanks for the good info, Mr. Hall. Soldiers, if you need further help on this issue, call DSN 4584407 or (410) 3064407. Or email: larry.hall4@ us.army.mil
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Title Annotation:AN/PRC-90, -112 C/D, ...
Author:Hall, Larry
Publication:PS, the Preventive Maintenance Monthly
Date:May 1, 2011
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