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PS

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Title:
PS
Series Title:
<Mar. 1987-> TB
Uniform Title:
PS (United States. Dept. of the Army)
Alternate title:
Preventive maintenance monthly
Alternate Title:
PS, the preventive maintenance monthly
Caption title:
PS magazine
Abbreviated Title:
PS (Wash. D. C.)
Creator:
Eisner, Will
United States -- Dept. of the Army
Penny and Sol Davidson Collection
Place of Publication:
[Lexington Ky
Washington D.C
Publisher:
Dept. of the Army
Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., distributor
Creation Date:
1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Monthly
regular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 18 cm.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Military supplies -- Maintenance and repair -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
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serial ( sobekcm )
federal government publication ( marcgt )
periodical ( marcgt )

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Summary:
The Preventive Maintenance Monthly is an official publication of the Army, providing information for all soldiers assigned to combat and combat duties. The magazine covers issues concerning maintenance, maintenance procedures and supply problems.
Summary:
From 1951 until 1971, Will Eisner illustrated and co-wrote PS. Self-descriptive in purpose, featured a mix of illustrated articles, diagrams, and comics.
Additional Physical Form:
Vols. for Dec. 1990-1991 distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.
General Note:
No. 61-<74> are photocopies (positive) copyrighted by Will Eisner Productions.
General Note:
Imprint varies: Lexington, Ky., <Aug. 1978>-19 ; Redstone Arsenal, AL, <Sept. 1997->
General Note:
Not distributed to depository libraries in a physical form, Dec. 2000-
General Note:
Description based on: Issue 309 (Aug. 1978); title from cover.
General Note:
Sol Davidson Collection holds issues 36, 40, 44, 49, 85-6, 89, 108, 112, 142, 148-57, 164-71, 173-4, 177, 182-4, 186-96, 198-209.

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0475-2953 ( ISSN )

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By order of the Secretary of the Army:MARK A. MILLEYGeneral, United States Army Chief of StaffOfficial:GERALD B. OKEEFEAdministrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army1726851 PS, The Preventive Maintenance Monthly (ISSN 0475-2953) is published monthly by the Department of the Army, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898.TB 43-PS-781, The Preventive Maintenance Monthly, is an official publication of the Department of the Army, providing information for all Soldiers assigned to combat and combat support units and all Soldiers with unit maintenance and supply duties. All information published has been reviewed and approved by the agency responsible for the equipment, publication or policy discussed. Application of the information is optional with the user. Masculine pronouns may refer to both genders. The use of product or company names does not constitute endorsement of those products, services or companies by the U.S. Army. The use of non-DoD hyperlinks, along with their content, does not constitute endorsement by DoD or DA. Neither DoD nor DA exercises any editorial control over, and cannot vouch for, content on non-DoD websites. Stryker PM Tips M1128 MGS Stryker A/C PM M113A3 FOV Engine Compartment Fire Prevention M2/M3 Bradley, Avoiding Turret Jams 3-5 5 6-7 8-9 COMBAT VEHICLES 2 10 TACTICAL VEHICLES FMTV Wheel Assembly Mixing Guidance GRS Needed with Machine Gun Mounts PLS Helpdesk Email Address M915A5 Module NSNs 11 12-13 13 13 14 CONSTRUCTION AH-64 Series Hardware Storage Boards AH-64 Apache Parts Turn-in List Utility Helicopter Safety Office Email Shadow UAV Tips for Operators, Maintainers 19-21 22-23 23 24-26 Watercraft, Discharge Standards Updated CAT Construction Equipment Service Kits 120M Road Grader No Mess Hub Draining 15 16 16-17 SATS Lifting Straps Available 44 Machine Gun Mount Help Get Weapons Gaged, Keep Paperwork M153 CROWS II Cover NSNs 36-39 40-41 41 JSLIST Overboot Sizing and NSNs JSLIST for Training 42 43 AN/TSC-183A SATCOM Terminal Parts NSNs Part 2 46-53 TOOLS 44 SMALL ARMS 35 CBRN 42 COMMUNICATIONS 45 AVIATION 18 Connies Post Scripts 60-61 Dont Let the Good Idea Fairy Lead You Astray! 27-342017 Logistics Excellence Awards Recipients DLA Digitizes Documents MSD Software Version Important 55-57 58-59 59LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT 54 You are invited to send PS your ideas for improving maintenance procedures, questions on maintenance and supply problems and questions or comments on material published in PS. Just write to: MSG Half-Mast PS, the Preventive Maintenance Monthly USAMC LOGSA (AMXLS-GP) Bldg. 3303 Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Or email: usarmy.redstone.logsa.mbx.psmag@mail.mil Internet address: https://www.logsa.army.mil/psmag/pshome.cfm ISSUE 781 DECEMBER 2017

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Im happy to get my troops home in time for the holidays! Ive had a good year thanks to their proper PM. and check out our list of logistics excellence awarDs winners on pages 55-5 7! TB 43-PS-781Approved for Public Release; Distribution is Unlimited TB 43-PS-781Approved for Public Release; Distribution is Unlimited Issue 781 December 2017 Issue 781 December 2017

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breakfast doughnut cereal egg & toast lunch hot dog burger pizza snacks chips pretzels hello good morning how goes it? what did you do yesterday? where are my tools? did you use them again? did you put them away like I asked you? get up exercise read watch tv go to store fix window clean kitchen laundry take out trash go fishing v DEC 17 1 PS 781 By order of the Secretary of the Army:MARK A. MILLEYGeneral, United States Army Chief of StaffOfficial:GERALD B. OKEEFEAdministrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army1726851 Decisions, Decisions what to eat what to say what to do PS, The Preventive Maintenance Monthly (ISSN 0475-2953) is published monthly by the Department of the Army, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898.TB 43-PS-781, The Preventive Maintenance Monthly, is an official publication of the Department of the Army, providing information for all Soldiers assigned to combat and combat support units and all Soldiers with unit maintenance and supply duties. All information published has been reviewed and approved by the agency responsible for the equipment, publication or policy discussed. Application of the information is optional with the user. Masculine pronouns may refer to both genders. The use of product or company names does not constitute endorsement of those products, services or companies by the U.S. Army. The use of non-DoD hyperlinks, along with their content, does not constitute endorsement by DoD or DA. Neither DoD nor DA exercises any editorial control over, and cannot vouch for, content on non-DoD websites.HmmM Every day you make decisions. What to eat, what to say, what to do. That to do list should include preventive maintenance on your equipment. So heres the decision you have to make today: will you or wont you do PM? You know the right choice. And yet, some of you will put it off until the last minute. Others will rush and do a sloppy job. Some may not do it at all! Preventing a piece of equipment from breaking is always easier than fixing it after its broken. Lives depend on equipment working and working well. The fact is that lives depend on PM your PM. So, what decision will you make? Hopefully the right one: do PM and do it well. Stryker PM Tips M1128 MGS Stryker A/C PM M113A3 FOV Engine Compartment Fire Prevention M2/M3 Bradley, Avoiding Turret Jams 3-5 5 6-7 8-9 COMBAT VEHICLES 2 10 TACTICAL VEHICLES FMTV Wheel Assembly Mixing Guidance GRS Needed with Machine Gun Mounts PLS Helpdesk Email Address M915A5 Module NSNs 11 12-13 13 13 14 CONSTRUCTION AH-64 Series Hardware Storage Boards AH-64 Apache Parts Turn-in List Utility Helicopter Safety Office Email Shadow UAV Tips for Operators, Maintainers 19-21 22-23 23 24-26 Watercraft, Discharge Standards Updated CAT Construction Equipment Service Kits 120M Road Grader No Mess Hub Draining 15 16 16-17 SATS Lifting Straps Available 44 Machine Gun Mount Help Get Weapons Gaged, Keep Paperwork M153 CROWS II Cover NSNs 36-39 40-41 41 JSLIST Overboot Sizing and NSNs JSLIST for Training 42 43 AN/TSC-183A SATCOM Terminal Parts NSNs Part 2 46-53 TOOLS 44 SMALL ARMS 35 CBRN 42 COMMUNICATIONS 45 AVIATION 18 Connies Post Scripts 60-61 Dont Let the Good Idea Fairy Lead You Astray! 27-342017 Logistics Excellence Awards Recipients DLA Digitizes Documents MSD Software Version Important 55-57 58-59 59LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT 54 You are invited to send PS your ideas for improving maintenance procedures, questions on maintenance and supply problems and questions or comments on material published in PS. Just write to: MSG Half-Mast PS, the Preventive Maintenance Monthly USAMC LOGSA (AMXLS-GP) Bldg. 3303 Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Or email: usarmy.redstone.logsa.mbx.psmag@mail.mil Internet address: https://www.logsa.army.mil/psmag/pshome.cfm ISSUE 781 DECEMBER 2017 781 00-01.indd All Pages 10/16/17 10:21 PM

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2 PS 781 DEC 17 3 PS 781 DEC 17 Low Battery Voltage Start-up Dont crank your Stryker if the Hawker batteries fall below a 22V charge. This can seriously damage the batteries. Instead, charge the batteries anytime they fall below 22V. Allow the vehicle to run for at least 30 minutes or until the voltage gauge reads over 24V. 18 22 2426 28 32 VOLTVDO + COMBAT VEHICLES PM Keeps Strykers Combat Ready! Cool Off with A/C PM Snuff Out Engine Compartment Fires Smack Down Turret Jams! Crewmen, your Stryker is up to just about any task. But you need to take care of your Stryker so it takes care of you when it counts! Check out these tips to keep your Stryker combat ready atall times Low voltage causes battery drain during start up how yA feElin todAY, paL? My crew just did PM so Im feeling like a million bucks! 781 02s-03.indd All Pages 10/16/17 10:21 PM

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4 PS 781 DEC 17 Reservoir Sight Glass The coolant reservoir sight glass can get dirty, making it hard to read. As needed, clean the sight glass with a wet rag. While youre at it, check the coolant levels after every operation. Just make sure you let the engine cool before removing the cap to make the check. Otherwise, hot coolant can spray from the opening, causing severe burns. Open the front service and engine cover hatches and eyeball the sight glass. The sight glass should be completely full. If its not, remove the pressure cap on top of the surge tank and add coolant until the sight glass is full. Stryker keep its cool.PECCH Hose Inspection Have your mechanics inspect the coolant supply hose, NSN 4720-01-4598689, for the personnel and engine coolant circulating heater (PECCH). Normal wear, excessive heat and acidic buildup in the coolant can cause the hose to rupture. If that happens, anyone sitting at the commanders station could be burned with hot coolant. Also, loss of coolant can cause the engine to overheat. After the initial inspection, check the hose every six months for leaks or damage and replace it if necessary. At a minimum, replace the hose every 12 months.Crewmen, your M1128 MGS Strykers air conditioning system protects you and your crewmates from heat injuries during operations. But if you dont do proper preventive maintenance on the A/C unit, you might nd yourself getting hot under the collar! Leaks that result in a loss of refrigerant and bad hydraulic fan motor seals can put the air handling units (AHUs) inside the crew compartment out of action. And if that happens, your Stryker is NMC! Check out TB 9-2355-321-13-1 (Jan 11) and TB9-2355-321-13-2 (Jan 11) for info on how to keep your A/C unit running cool and your Stryker ready for action. Inspect PECCH hose closely Keep sight glass clean Cool Off With A/C PMM1128 MGS Stryker Air handling units need regular PM Engine Shutdown Let your Strykers engine cool down after a mission before turning the engine off. The turbocharger continues to spin for a short time after shutdown. The oil stops circulating as soon as you shut off the engine. That means you need to cool down the turbocharger before shutting down the engine. Run the engine at low idle for at least three minutes before shutdown. The circulating oil cools the turbocharger and lubes the bearings so theres no overheating after the engine is shut down. So make sure you idle me for 30 seconds or so before moving out. And dont rev my engine while youre waiting! idling lets enough oil circulate to the turbochargers bearings to prevent damage. Gravity drains oil out of my turbocharger when Ive been sitting for a while. Engine Start-Up maN, it Must be 150 degReEs insiDe that thinG! whaDdYa eXpeCt?! nObody ever BotheREd to Do Pm on mY Air conditiONing SySteM! 781 04-05.indd All Pages 10/16/17 10:21 PM

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6 PS 781 DEC 17 Listen up, crewmen and mechanics! Fires in the M113A3 engine compartment are happening way too often. And many of them are preventable. Most of these fires are possibly caused by fan tower and turbo failures, exhaust manifold leaks and fluid leaks in the hull. Preventive maintenance would help prevent most of those problems! Turbo failures happen when the turbo oil line becomes brittle and worn, causing a leak. The lack of oil to the turbo allows it to run dry, creating extreme friction. That can cause a fire in a hurry!Using a flashlight, look closely underneath the intake tube for any sign of oil near the turbo. Exhaust manifolds can rust out over time. This allows hot exhaust gases to ignite oil and fuel lines, wiring harnesses or fluids in the hull. Pay special attention to the exhaust tube for unusual changes in exhaust color or sparks. Either can indicate turbo failure. Turbo Failures Overheating/Fan Tower Failures The first giveaway that your carriers fan tower is failing is an overheating engine. Keep a close eye on the engine temperature gauge. The normal operating range is between 190 and 230 degrees. if the temperature goes above 230 degrees, shut the vehicle down and then follow the troubleshooting procedures in TM 9-2350-2 77 -10 (Mar 12, w/Ch 1, Dec 13). if necessary, call a mechanic. The -10 TM says to inspect the oil level once a month. But its a good idea to check it more often, especially if youre operating your M113A3 every day. investigate any gear box leaks right away because the gear box only holds 18 ounces of oil. With so little oil, it doesnt take long to run dry, even with just a small leak! Exhaust Leaks Replace torn or frayed exhaust shields Inspect exhaust manifolds for rust, cracks and leaks if the right angle drive within the vane axial cooling fan goes bad, dont repair it. instead, turn it in as unserviceable and get a new one. Mechanics! The fan tower usually fails when the fan tower gear box seals go bad and the gear oil leaks out. inspect the exhaust shields during semi-annual services. Check for torn or frayed shields and replace them if they have become saturated with fluid. if shields are removed during this process, inspect the manifolds for holes, cracks, or any obvious leaks. M113A3 FOV Make sure the intake tube is serviceable! Here are the most common causes of engine compartment fires and how you can prevent them: Here are the most common causes of engine compartment fires and how you can prevent them: Be sure to practice crew emergency drills in case a fire does break out during operations. oh, this Aint GoOd! Wonder if this coulda beEn preVenteD? 781 06-07.indd All Pages 10/16/17 10:21 PM

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8 PS 781 DEC 17 c rewmen, your Bradley can lay down a lot of lead in a hurry! But that also means a lot of brass on the deck that can jam your vehicles turret. All those spent casings and links have to end up somewhere. A lot of times they pile up around the exhaust and air intake grilles. From there, its a short trip to getting between the turret and the hull, as well as the turret ring armor. 1. Make sure the M242 automatic gun, M240C machine gun and the TOW and grenade launchers are in SAFE mode. Check the -10 TM for the right procedures to do this. 2. Eyeball the system control box (SCB), biocular display (BD) and day viewer optics (DVO) on the target acquisition system (TAS) to make sure none of the ammo options are selected. 3. Switch the turret drive system power to OFF on the SCB and move the traverse drive assembly (TDA) and gun elevation drive (GED) to MANUAL. Do not attempt to clear a jammed turret in the POWER mode. 4. Move the M242 automatic gun to its maximum elevation. Using the TDA handwheel, slowly traverse the turret to identify the location of the binding. Then, if possible, rotate the TDA handwheel in the opposite direction from where the binding is felt. 5. Clear the spent casings and links. You can use a screw driver or pry bar to remove any stubborn casings and links. 6. After having crew members move a safe distance away from the turret, check to make sure the turret is no longer jammed by traversing the turret manually. Traverse the turret in POWER mode to ensure theres no binding. Questions? Contact Terry Smart, PM Armor Fighting Vehicle Safety Manager, (586) 282-7849 or email:terry.d.smart2.civ@mail.mil Or contact Todd Davis, TACOM BFVS Equipment Specialist, (586) 282-3064 or email: todd.e.davis14.civ@mail.mil M2/M3 Bradley Smack Down Turret Jams! Im gonna sweep off those spent casings before they jam your turret. sure feEls gOod to have a clean and clutTer-fREe deck! I appreciate that. But theres a better way! 25mm casings and links can end up between turret and hull if spent rounds jam up your vehicles turret, clear them away like this 781 08-09.indd All Pages 10/22/17 1:48 PM

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10 PS 781 DEC 17 PS 781 DEC 17 NSN 2530-01-500-4619 gets the wheel assembly for non-ltas fmtv vehicles. NSN 2530-01-571-5857 gets the tire and wheel assembly designed to support the weight of FMTVA1P2 LTAS vehicles. This is the original wheel assembly and is not forward-compatible to the LTAS. Theres still plenty of stock in the supply system, so keep using this assembly until supplies are exhausted. This assembly has a stronger wheel and is easy to identify with its smaller mounting holes. its backwards-compatible with all FMTV A0/A1/A1R/A1P2 vehicles and will support the entire vehicle fleet once the non-LTAS wheel assembly is out of stock. One more thing to remember:the LTAS and non-LTAS assemblies come with both Goodyear and Michelin tires. its OK to mix the tires on the same vehicle. Theres a 20-lb weight difference between the non-LTAS and LTAS wheel assemblies. But thats not enough to cause problems when mixing the assemblies on the same vehicle. Always use thesame assembly (eitherNSN 2530-01-500-4619 or NSN 2530-01-5 7 1-585 7 ) on the front axle. theres one exception, however. FMTV T here are two different tire and wheel assemblies available to keep your FMTV rolling. Just remember that its good maintenance practice to use the same brand tire on the front drive axle to aid in steering. Mixing and Matching OK? Dont Forget GRS! PLS Team Email M915A5 Module NSNs Dont forGet about PM over the Holidays! 781 10s-11.indd All Pages 10/22/17 1:48 PM

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PLS Team Email 12 PS 781 DEC 17 13 PS 781 DEC 17 Dear Editor, Thanks for the article on Pages 27-35 of PS 773 (Apr 17)detailing all the mounts and mount kits for the v arious machine guns and vehicles. But the article left out one critical requirement: Most vehicles with machine gun mounts are required to have a gunner restraint system (GRS). The GRS secures the gunner while riding over rough terrain or at high speed and prevents an ejection in the event of a rollover. The GRS comes with NSN 4240-01-542-8160. Here are the kits to mount the GRS: Editors note: Good point, Chief. We want to keep gunners as safe as possible. M915A5 Module NSNs Keep this list of NSNs handy until the M915A5 tractor trucks TM 9-2320426-13&P (in IETM EM 0308) is updated: NSN Engine control module Transmission control module ABS control module Item Item 1 in Fig 59 Item 1 in Fig 93 Item 1 in Fig 95 5998-01-610-7612 2520-01-601-7380 2920-01-603-4389 TM Location M1114-up-armorered HMMWV M1151A1 up-armored HMMWV Maxxpro Dash MSU w/OGPK, Maxxpro Dash MSU w/CROWS, Maxxpro ambulance M1266A1 M-ATV w/OGPK M1240A1, M-ATV SOCOM M1245A1, M-ATV w/CROWS M1277 FMTV low signature armored cab (LSAC) Panther (all models) RG-31 POR-MMPV Type II, RG-31A0 (MKI, MKIII), RG-31A (MKV), RG-31A2 (MKVE) Vehicle 01-542-7412 01-542-1130 01-597-6306 01-597-6306 01-569-6578 01-593-9739 01-572-5699 NSN 2540CW3 Wade Winkie MOARNG GRS protects gunner Machine Gun Mounts in our article on ArmY MOUnts in ps 77 3, we forgOt to mention the imPORtanCE of the guNner restRaint sYstem. Chief Winkie reminded us! ConNie, I Have a maintenance question about the palletized loading system (PLS). for a quicker answer, Write to the PLS team at: 781 12-13.indd All Pages 10/16/17 10:21 PM rfn

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14 PS 781 DEC 17 15 PS 781 DEC 17 Watercraft Discharge Standards Updated! AR 56-9, Watercraft, and TB 55-1900-206-14, Control and Abatement of Pollution by Army Watercraft, will be revised to include the new standards. UNDS Batch 2 discharges will cover deck runoff, firemain discharge, hull coating leachate, underwater ship husbandry, graywater and surface vessel bilge-water/oil water separator effluent. Batch 3 discharges will include clean ballast water. For more information, visit EPAs UNDS website: Youll also find more info in Volume 82, No. 7 of the Federal Register: The standards will be released in three separate batches with newly drafted DoD regulation M-4 7 15.06 language covering Batch 1 discharges: Watercraft Discharge Standards Updated! CONSTRUCTION Watercraft Discharge Standards Updated! Army mariners, the Uniform National Discharge Standards (UNDS) are now being introduced and applied to Army watercraft. Watercraft Discharge Standards Updated! Getcher Service Kits Here! Less Mess Removes Stress! 781 14s-15.indd All Pages 10/16/17 10:21 PM rrf rnrrftrffrfnr nfbfnfn

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17 PS 781 DEC 17 Dear Editor, Here at Ft Leonard Wood, preventing oil spills is important. Not only does it protect the environment, but it saves a lot of man-hours in clean-up. One of the biggest problem areas is draining the hubs on the 120M road grader. echanics, service kits are now availablefor your CAT construction equipment. D6K Dozer D7R II Dozer 120M Grader 621G Scraper 966H Loader 924H Loader Vehicle 2450-01-659-6411 4910-01-659-7085 2540-01-660-6080 2540-01-660-6081 4910-01-660-8146 4910-01-660-8161 NSN Editors note: What a great way to save time and avoid oil spills. Thanks, Tim! 1. Turn the wheel assembly so that its drain plug is at the 12 oclock position. 2. Remove the drain plug and insert the hose. 3. Place a drain pan on the floor and rotate the wheel so that the drain hole is at the 6 oclock position. Let the oil drain and thats all there is to it! Tim Holt Ft Leonard Wood, MO Heres an idea we came up with for preventing hub spills and managing time in our service shop. Use any type of rubber or plastic hose that will fit snugly inside the drive hubs threaded drain hole. You can also find the right pipe fitting to match the hole and fit the hose. Use hose or pipe tting with hose... ...and insert in drain plug hole 120M Road GraderLess Mess Removes Stress!CAT Construction Equipment Heres the list of kits to use for 500-hr services: Youll need these NSNs for the 500-hr services on your Caterpillar combat construction equipment! Theres gotta be a way to drain your hubs without all this mess! Draining drive hub can be a mess! There is! 500-hr service kits now available 781 16-17.indd All Pages 10/16/17 10:22 PM

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18 PS 781 DEC 17 19 PS 781 SEP 17 it gets even worse when parts are removed by one group and reinstalled by another. But while bagging and tagging isnt new, its seldom free of complications. it can be a tedious effort to figure out where everything goes during reinstallation, especially if the maintainers responsible dont do everything just right. Parts get lost, misplaced or put in coffee cans and its a real nightmare figuring out where everything goes. AH-64 Series Tired of Bain and Tain Par? Tired of Baggin and Taggin Parts? Parts Turn-in Needed by Depot Got Helicopter Safety Questions? Fly High with These Tips! how can this CoFfEe can be EMpty? they told me the parts are sposed to be in there! I dunno, but Theres gotta be a better way! even after baggin and taggin, how is it we still manage to lose parts? Mechanics, whenever parts are removed from an Apache for maintenance or an aircraft is disassembled for shipment, the standard has always been to bag and tag each part. That should make for easier reinstallation. 781 18s-19.indd All Pages 10/27/17 1:55 PM

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21 PS 781 DEC 17 When removing panels, components or parts of airframe, place hardware on storage boards Now theres a better option! New hardware storage board kits which help control FOD are available! These boards provide safety and control FOD and the loss of hardware. The kits store hardware when doing phase inspections and maintenance until the time of reinstallation. The boards allow you to place aircraft parts and hardware on color-coded boards that include pictures to match the actual components on the helicopter. Boards are available for each aircraft section, such as the drive shaft. Use storage boArds As aN ALTernatiVe to heLP kEep tracK of Parts anD HardWare for reinstaLlatiOn. Use of the hardware storage board kit isnt mandatory and there are no plans for Army-wide fielding. Purchasing the kits is the units responsibility, so get your COs approval before ordering. These boards really help keep track of where everything goes. its a lot more efficient than baggin and taggin! my hardware storage board kit comes with NSN 8145-01-660-1406. The hardware storage board kits are a good alternative to bagging and tagging and keep parts from getting lost. if one group removes parts, another group can reinstall them without a hitch. Place storage boards in container until parts are reinstalled 781 20-21.indd All Pages 10/22/17 1:47 PM

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22 PS 781 DEC 17 23 PS 781 DEC 17 Mechanics, repair programs rely on you! For the supply system to meet demands for Apache components, unserviceable equipment must be turned in for repair, ASAP. Without those unserviceable components, on-hand inventory disappears. That means a longer wait for parts and increased aircraft downtime. Click on Analyst Codes in the left-hand column and enter the Item Manager Code in the Search block. in the ANAL CD column, hover your cursor over the code and the item Managers name, phone number and email will appear. Item 1615-01-512-0889 1615-01-532-9390 1615-01-527-3781 1270-01-544-6370 1615-01-332-0702 & related NSNs 1615-01-507-5294 1680-01-530-1625 1620-01-147-4776 1620-01-147-4777 3040-01-154-7056 1615-01-154-7077 1615-01-338-1326 3040-01-156-5372 1615-01-155-6581 3010-01-364-2470 1650-01-205-8155 3040-01-352-1531 1560-01-519-4248 1560-01-587-1028 1620-01-465-9232 1615-01-257-5795 1615-01-257-5794 1615-01-257-5796 1560-01-242-1495 3010-01-519-7677 3010-01-494-0683 NSN Item Manager Code Main rotor head Main transmission Actuator support assembly MSPU Main rotor blades Tail rotor gearbox Intermediate gearbox Trailing arm assembly Trailing arm assembly Connecting link Tail rotor coupling Tail rotor shaft assembly Shouldered shaft Base mast support Clutch assembly Hydraulic accumulator Connecting link Combo pak internal auxiliary fuel system (IAFS) Nitrogen inerting unit Main landing gear shock strut Pitch link Lower rod ends Upper rod ends Lateral bell crank Angle drive unit (LH) x Critical (prime NSNs only) Critical Plant 7001/RIC BR4, Red River Army Depot, TX 75501 Critical Critical Expedite (prime NSNs only) Expedite (prime NSNs only) Critical Critical Critical Critical Critical Critical Expedite x Critical Expedite Expedite Expedite Expedite Expedite Expedite Critical Remarks BJA41 BJA60 BJA46 BJA61 BJA40 BJA62 BJA62 BJA67 BJA67 BJA67 BJA61 BJA61 BJA62 BJA44 BJA63 BJA42 BJA41 BJA66 BJA66 BJA64 BJA46 BJA46 BJA46 BJA46 BJA62 Components Badly Needed for Overhaul Heres a list of components badly needed for overhaul. if your unit has any of these components or containers that are unneeded or unserviceable, turn them in now. items marked as critical are especially needed. Unless otherwise indicated, return unserviceable assets to: Plant 7015/RIC B52 Corpus Christi Army Depot, TX 78419 items marked as critical are especially needed. Got Helicopter Safety Questions? The Utility Helicopter Safety Office has a direct email for field units to submit inquiries on safety issues: usarmy.redstone.peo-avn.mbx.avn-uh-po-safety@mail.mil AH-64 ApacheParts Turn-in Needed by Depot For questions about parts turn-in, contact AMCOMs Erika Southward at DSN 89 7 -1429, (256) 313-1429 or by email: Weve got Good news and bad news. The GOod news is as sOon as your parts Come in, yOulL be OfF the NMc list. thats great! whats the bad News? mechanics arent always aware that they have parts that need to be turned in for Repair! 781 22-23.indd All Pages 10/22/17 1:49 PM T o find the components item manager, go to: rrfn rtbbrrr

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Communicate Thats the only way to ensure everyone is on the same page. Everyone needs to attend the pre-flight briefings. This includes the mission coordinator, operator, payload operator, and crew chief. And the briefings should be thorough and detailed. When shifts change, cre w chiefs need to make sure the next maintenance team knows whats been done and what needs to be done. 25 PS 781 DEC 17 Dear Editor, Shadows will fly high and f ar if units remember these tips weve learned from experience at Ft Carson:Follow the Pre-Flight Checklist! PS has said that over and over, but it cant be repeated too often. There are 78 checks on that list. Its not possible to remember them all, no matter how many times youve done them. If you miss just one, it could lead to a failed mission, a crash or a damaged launcher. Remember, the checklist includes the air vehicle, launcher, t actical automatic landing system (TALS) and the ground control shelter. A complete inspection should take 45 minutes for the Shadow air vehicle and launcher and another 30 for the shelter. And then, of course, the instructor operator or standardization operator should double-check everything. These Tips! with Shadow UAV I am truly flying high thanks to these suggestions from Ft CarSon! Log Everything This includes flight entries, inspections, maintenanc e and repairs. We do it with an electronic logbook. That way its easy to check what the status of each Shadow system is. The only way to do this is with the Unmanned Aircraft Systems-Initiative (UAS-I) electronic logbook system. UAS-I will be replaced soon by the Aircraft Notebook (ACN). Ive doNe this CHECklist so Many times, I cAn do iT in mY slEep! weLl, I wont slEep weLl if You Do. use the checKlist to Make suRe yOu hit eVERY step! did you rememBer to LoG that wiNg repAir? We Need to TRAck that! so thats Our missiOn today. EveRYone Clear on THAt? I love it when MY crew talks To Each oTher! 781 24-25.indd All Pages 10/16/17 10:22 PM

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26 PS 781 x PS 781 Color Coding This can save a big hassle if more than one unit shares a facility. Use a dab of paint or piece of tape to color code cable reels, radio racks and anything else that can get mixed up with another units Shadow equipment. Use one color for all of a units equipment.Be Careful Moving the Shadow Lift the nose wheel off the ground to avoid damage to the nosegear servo. If youre moving through areas without much clearance, use wing walkers to prevent damage to the CRP antennas on the ends of the wings.Check the Oil! Shadows use oil and will definitely need more. So top them off before every flight. CW2 Jonathan Latta Ft Carson, CO Editors note: PS loves the voice of experience and so do our readers. Thanks, Chief. Rough Landings The propellor and t ail hook often suffer damage when the Shadow comes in hard. See the special inspection in TM 1-1550-1689-23P. I think I neEd more Oil. How bout checKing? that was A preTtY Long Flight last tiMe. Color code any equipment that could get mixed up with other units dont look at me. I didnt make you do that! at first, it may seem like a GOOd idea but, eventually, the awful truthbecomes clear heres something you might not have thought about! 781 26-27.indd All Pages 10/17/17 10:43 AM

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28 PS 781 DEC 17 With our tools and TMs in hand were ready to do everything by the book, just like were supposed to. And all of our good intentions magically disappear something strange happens But then When we get ready to perform preventive maintenance, we often start off with the best intentions. 781 28-29.indd All Pages 10/17/17 11:17 AM

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30 PS 781 DEC 17 because weve fallen victim to the Good idea Fairy! Hows it going, Stevenson? Just fine, Master Sergeant. Are you sure youre ok? Ive never seen you perform maintenance without your TM. steveNson have yOu GOne Nuts? What do I need a TM for? itll just slow me down. I can work faster if I do it from memory. The TM probably says some nonsense about tightening this bolt to something or other foot pounds. I mean, Why bother? Stevenson Youre not yourself. You know that overtightening can lead to a snapped bolt. Ill just tighten it until seems right and move on to the next one. Why waste the time on something that really doesnt matter? yeah! and then theres the tires! The TM probably gives some strict guideline about how much air goes into em like that really counts for anything. As long as theres air in em, thats all that matters. is everything ok? Maybe you should sit down for a second. Stevenson Listen to yourself! You know that overinflated tires reduce traction and under-inflated ones can overheat and cause a blowout. 781 30-31.indd All Pages 10/22/17 1:49 PM

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32 PS 781 DEC 17 ha! gotcha! What? Where am I? Master Sergeant Half-Mast? I just had the weirdest dream! I was telling you horrible things about preventive maintenance Things no good mechanic would ever do. if theres already oil in the truck, why change it? Just a waste of time and money. thats an interesting take on things, stevenson. please, continue. yes? Stevenson, you are definitely not yourself today and I think I know why yknoW hOw The TM talks about changing the oil every such-andsuch miles. But Ive never beeN better, master Sergeant. Things are much clearer now. more than Ever before! Dont worry Stevenson. You had a run in with a Good idea Fairy. it warped your thinking, made you ignore your TM and compelled you to take shortcuts. its gone, so youre fine now. Y oi n k 781 32-33.indd All Pages 10/27/17 1:55 PM

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35 PS 781 DEC 17 JSLIST Overboot Changes JSLIST for Training! also featuring New Lifting Straps Available for SATS! Even More Machine Gun Mount Help Get Weapons Gaged and Keep Paperwork! New Cover Something to Crow About! Leaving out steps during PM might sound like a good idea and it might even save you a little time. Youre exactly right, Stevenson. Good idea Fairy? The only things those ideas were good for were breaking our trucks or getting somebody hurt. But believe me, its not worth it. Youll lose the minutes that you saved to equipment downtime and damage. PM shortcuts are NEVER a good idea. ALWAYS use your TM and always follow ALL of the steps. 781 34-35s.indd All Pages 10/22/17 1:49 PM

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36 PS 781 DEC 17 37 PS 781 DEC 17 Some M192s dont hold the weapon in the elev ation position because of worn locking plates. Theres an easy check for this: Small arms repairmen c an quickly check for worn locking plates like this: 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4.Mount an M249 or M240B on the M192. Lock the weapon in place so its level with the ground. Stand behind the weapon and push down on the buttstock with both hands. If the buttstock moves down, report it. The locking plates may need to be replaced. Remove the elevation cover like it says in TM 9-1005-245-13P. Reinstall the shoulder screw in the elevation housing. Check the wear of the elevations locking plates by inserting a .015 feeler gage between the actuator and locking plate. If the feeler gage cant be inserted between the actuator and locking plate, replace the locking plates as a set. Some resistance when inserting the feeler gage is OK. The M192, NSN 1005-01-503-0141, is used to ground mount the M249 and M240B machine guns. It replaced the M122 and M122A1 tripod. Its covered by TM 9-1005-344-10.M205 TripodDear Editor, Thanks so much for all the inf ormation on machine gun mounts in PS 773 (Apr 17). I think it might help even more if PS shared this mount info weve developed at Ft Sill. M192 Ground Mount The M205, NSN 100501-586-5702, is replacing the M3 and is used with the M2/M2A1 and MK 19 machine guns. Its covered by TM 9-1005-437-13P. ^ Machine Gun Mount Help Even Me M205 tripod M192 ground mount got mount prOBleMs? Then listEN UP to this gREat mouNt advice frOM Andrew Guilliams! Cant insert feeler gage? Replace both locking plates If buttstock moves down, locking plates may need to be replaced 781 36-37.indd All Pages 10/22/17 2:19 PM

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38 PS 781 DEC 17 39 PS 781 DEC 17 M197 Mount The M197 light machine gun/ medium machine gun (LMG/G) adapter, NSN 1005-01-553-0683, lets you attach a 200-round ammo can to either the M240B or M249. The M197, NSN 1005-01-413-4098, le ts you mount an M249 or M240B to a gun pedestal or pintle adapter. It provides a more compact arrangement for mounting smaller machine guns and has a travel lock to support the weapon during travel. Cantilever Arm M66 Ring Mount The M66 no w has its own manual, TM 9-1005-451-13P, not TM 9-1005-335-13P that was listed in PS 773. TM 9-1005-245-13P covers all the other machine gun mounts. Andrew Guilliams Ft Sill, OK Editors note: Youve just made things easier for Army units everywhere, Andrew. Thanks so much! MK 93 MOD 2 The MK 93 MOD 2 mount, NSN 1010-01-502-7547, replaces the MK 64 and MK 93 MOD 1. Its covered by TM 9-1005-245-13P. Its used with the MK 19 and M2/M2A1. It consists of: With the addition of a gun mounting adapter, NSN 1005-01-531-1676, and an ammunition bracket adapter, NSN 1005-01-531-1666, the M240B or M249 can also be mounted on the MK 93. The ammo bracket can hold either the 200-round metal 7.62mm ammunition container or the 200-round plastic 5.56-cal container. Carriage and cradle,en NSN 1005-01-508-1574 Catch bag (sand), en NSN 1005-01-388-5685 Catch bag (olive),en NSN 1005-01-388-5702 Catch bag frame assembly,en NSN 1005-01-516-3961 Catch bag quick release pin,en NSN 5315-01-385-9216 Universal pintle adapter,en NSN 1010-01-445-6143 Traversing and elevating mechanism,en NSN 1010-01-151-6227 40mm ammo can holder,en NSN 1005-01-340-8471 M2 ammo can holder,en NSN 8140-01-387-3095 If youre firing an M2/M2A1 machine gun from an M66 ring mount, you need the cantilever arm, NSN 1090-01568-5052. It gives nine more inches of clearance between the gunner and the weapon. NOTE: The ammo bracket adapter will not work with the OGPK/GPK. wouldja LoOk AT this! Ive got My Own TM! Get a cantilever if you fire an M2 from tHe M66 ring mount! M197 LMG/MMG adapter makes it possible to attach at a 200-round ammo can MK 93 MOD 2 and ammunition bracket adapter let you mount M240B and M249 on MK 93 MOD 2 Gun mounting adapter 781 38-39.indd All Pages 10/22/17 2:20 PM

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40 PS 781 DEC 17 41 PS 781 New Cover Something to C r o w About! They dO! heRes hOw to Get it! They dO! heRes hOw to Get it! Dear Editor, As the Ft Carson command maintenanc e evaluation and training team (COMET), we do many arms room inspections. Too often we find that weapons havent been gaged. But we also run into instances where the armorer says the weapons are gaged, but he doesnt have the paperwork to prove it. Please stress that armorers must no t only ensure all weapons are gaged, but also must document it on DA Form 2404 or 5988E. Otherwise, every weapon is considered NMC. So when weapons come back from gaging, armorers need to keep the paperwork that comes with them. Generally, keeping the paperwork in a 3-ring binder is the easiest way. While youre at it, emphasize that armor ers should have all night vision equipment theyre responsible for entered into SAMS or GC-A. We find too many night vision goggles and sights that havent been purged. That, of course, means vision problems when the goggles or sights fog up. Night vision equipment should be purged every six months. SAMS or GC-A can remind armorers when its time for purging. COMET Ft Carson, CO Editors note: Excellent points! Heres the scoop on weapons gaging. Every small arms -23&P TM says the weapon has to undergo gaging by Dir ect Support one year from receipt. This isnt part of the initial services performed at receipt of the weapon. At a minimum, Army small arms must be gaged annually (every year). These gaging intervals are the minimum required to assure the safety, operability, and reliability of Army small arms. Any weapon may be inspected/ gaged more frequently and its recommended that those used in training be gaged after completion of each training cycle. Some small arms TMs say that Guard/Reserve units need to gage weapons only every two years. Thats being changed. All weapons need to be gaged annually. So, there you have it. Armorers, if you cant prove in black and white that your weapons were gaged, you cant issue them. Theyre NMC until you track down the paperwork. Dear Half-Mast, We have two different CROWS covers: the original cover, which is made of thin material and tears easily, and a new cover, which is much more durable. But were unsure how to order the new cover. Can you help? 1LT A.W. Dear Lieutenant, Of course! Order the new tan cover with NSN 5340-25-160-3971 and the new green one with NSN 5340-25-161-7247. The covers are in the new CROWS TM 9-1090-219-10-HR that was posted on the LOGSA ETM website in March 17. Go to:https://liw.logsa.army.mil/etmapp/#/etm/homeNew Cover Something to C r o w About!Get Weapons Gagedand Keep Paperwork! Small Arms Get Weapons Gaged and Keep Paperwork! M153 CROWS IINew Cover Something to C r o w About! Oops! shOot! There Goes ANOTher coVer! man, I wish they made a cover that lasts. thanks for puttin my cover on, buDdy! honest, I had these weapons gaged! Thats thE TRutH! I should know. I was gaged myseLF. yeah! same here! then show me the paperwork. Until you do, ALL These weapons are NMC. 781 40-41.indd All Pages 10/22/17 1:50 PM

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PS 781 43 PS 781 DEC 17JSLIST Overboot Changes Dear Editor, CBRN specialists need to be aware that the only overboot now worn with JSLIST is the alternative footwear solutions (AFS) overboot. The old overboot w ent by specific shoe size and generally needed to be two sizes larger than the Soldiers normal boot size. The AFS overboot is thinner, though, and comes in XS, S, M, L, XL and L. During training, use the sizing guide to select an overboot. Then try the next smaller or larger size to make sure youve got the best fit. When its time for the next deployment, youll know the exact size overboot needed. G Christopher Butler Ft Leonard Wood, MO Editors note: But units dont want to use their unopened JSLIST for training. Thats because once JSLIST is removed from its sealed bag,the clock starts running.its good for 120 days max. But most units dont have enough JSLIST for training. Thats where the Individual Chemical Equipment Management Program (ICEMP) can help. They will provide free JSLIST for training. Send an email to: They will send instructions for ordering training JSLIST. Shipping is free. questions? email the ICEMP or call toll free (866) 409-3 7 81. JSLIST Overboot Changes JSLIST for Training! NSN 8430X-small Small Medium Large X-large XX-large AFS Size 3.5-5.5 6-7.5 8-9.5 regular 9.5W-11.5 12-14 14.5-17 01-553-6290 01-536-5413 01-536-5415 01-536-5416 01-536-5419 01-553-6283 Boot Size New overboot requires different sizing Uh-Oh! somethinGs wrONg! yOure righT!With the new overboot, selecting the proper size is imPOrtaNt. its critical Soldiers know how to properly wear JSLIST (joint services lightweight integrated suit technology). in a chemical attack, thats the only protection theyll have. Use this chart for a rough guide to sizing. JSLIST Overboot Changes 781 42-43.indd All Pages 10/16/17 10:23 PM r

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44 PS 781 DEC 17 45 PS 781 DEC 17 The lifting strapcosts about $240 and has these capacities: 10,200 pounds at 60 degrees 8,400 pounds at 45 degrees 6,200 pounds at 30 degrees The eye slingcosts around $40 and has these capacities: 3,100 vertical pounds 2,480 pounds choker 6,200 pounds basket if your unit commander approves, order them as a supplement to SATS as a Code 16 item under AR 700-60. That problem has been solved! Units with SATS are authorized to purchase aneye sling lifting strap, NSN 394001-660-6089, and a quad leg sling with mater hook lifting strap,NSN 3940-01660-6134. rf n rf n AN/TSC-183A SATCOM Terminal Transitions to Sustainment, Part 2 A problem with the standard automotive tool set (SATS) is that it doesnt have rigging equipment for lifting heavy objects like hydraulic cylinders. Units usually either try to get by with ratchet straps or slings bought commercially. That can be dangerous. 781 44-45s.indd All Pages 10/22/17 1:50 PM

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46 PS 781 DEC 17 47 PS 781AN/TSCA SATCOM Terminal Transitions to Sustainment (Part 2) Hardware sustainment for the AN/TSC-183A satellite communications terminal, NSN 5895-01-559-1209 (LIN J9 7 85 7 ), has transitioned to CECOM LCMC. ItemAntenna pedestal case consists of:Description NSN PN Antenna pedestal (antenna pedestal case, including components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Lock-release lever (case latch set) Mounting bracket (tan outrigger assembly, order each separately) Note: Includes feet and bolts Mounting plate (outrigger) Note: Does not include feet or bolts Knob (outrigger mounting knob kit) Continuous thread stud (leveling foot, threaded, 8-in) Note: Does not include knob Knob (black threaded knob for leveling foot) Electrical equipment foot (footpad for outrigger) Hand crank (manual crank, 3/8-in socket) Spring tension clip (clip to secure hand crank) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 11 Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic cover for gearbox) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 13 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 14 Dust and moisture seal protective plug (rubber plug for hand crank cover) Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic top cover, tan) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 17 Loop clamp (large cable holddown clamp) Machine screw (6-32 x 0.50-in cross-tip), used with Item 19 Self-locking hexagon nut (nylon, 5/16-in), used with Item 20 Flat washer (#6), used with Item 21 Electrical plug connector (circular female locking plugs with 3 contacts) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain) Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain, N/UHF) Electrical plug connector (N-female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (TNC female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (F-male connector) Satellite signals navigation set (GPS assembly) Mounting bracket (mounting plate for GPS Assembly (Item 30) with Screws) Machine screw (M4, 0.7mm x 5mm, cross-tip), used to secure the mounting bracket (Item 31) to the GPS Assembly (Item 30) Machine screw (6-32 x 1/2-in, cross-tip), used to secure the GPS assembly (Item 30) with mounting bracket (Item 31) Lock washer (#6), used with Item 33 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 33 Interface control (interface switch for I/O box assembly), refer to Items 78-85 for parts breakdown Machine screw (10-32 x 0.625-in, cross-tip), used to secure I/O box (Item 36) to the antenna pedestal Lock washer (#10), used with Item 37 Flat washer (#10), used with Item 37 Radio frequency power divider (RCA 2-way radio frequency (RF) splitter) Machine screw (8-32 x 1/2-in socket head cap screw), used with Item 40 Self-locking hexagon nut, used with Item 41 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 42 Machine screw (8-32 x 0.375-in cap screw, button head socket), secures the antenna control unit (ACU) cover/front panel to ACU Cover (aluminum), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Machine screw (8-32 x 01/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Circuit card assembly (radio frequency (RF) tuner CCA) Note: GPS Module (Item 64) is bundled with RF Tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip), used with Item 48 Circuit card assembly (azimuth/roll (AZ/RL) polarization motor control (MC) CCA) Machine screw, used with Item 50 Circuit card assembly (CPU CCA), located behind RF tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip) Circuit card assembly (elevation (EL) MC CCA), located behind AZ/RL polarization MC CCA Threaded spacing standoff (M/F standoff, 4-40 x 3/4-in), used with Item 54 Machine screw, used with Item 54 Threaded spacing standoff (M-F hex standoff, 4-40 x 2-in) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 57 Circuit card assembly (levels I/O CCA) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip) Lock washer (#4) Special purpose cable assembly (bulkhead cable assembly that connects 2-way RF splitter to RF tuner CCA), located behind both AZ/RL MC and EL motor control (MC) CCAs Spacer/sleeve (#4, 1/4-in) Self-locking hexagon nut Special purpose cable assembly (part of GLONASS GPS module) Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Circuit card assembly (GLONASS GPS module), located inside the antenna control unit, includes ribbon and mini-coax (Item 65) cables, Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Adjustable resistor (potentiometer, 1K-ohm, 10 turn, 5%) Socket head cap screw (M6, 1 x 16mm) Flat washer (M6) Spacer/sleeve Hexagon nut (1/2-in panel nut) Flat washer (1/2-in diameter, star) Mounting bracket (for adjustable resistor (Item 67), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop, adjustable resistor and gear not included Potentiometer gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Azimuth gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Label (ANTENNA PEDESTAL) Solid nonmetallic wheel (2-in replacement wheel assembly for antenna pedestal case), assembly support one wheel only Indicator light (indicator light with panel nut) Toggle switch (sealed toggle power switch with panel nut) Switch guard Screw (order Item 79 or 82 toggle switch) Toggle switch (sealed DEPLOY/STOW toggle switch w/momentary) Electrical connector cover (MS-3180-20C dust cap for MIL-C-2648G plug) Electrical plug connector (J3 connector, 82-66 Type N bulkhead jack), TX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and lock washer Electrical plug connector (J4 box mounting receptacle connector, size 10), RX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and star washer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77t 20-02559 20-090179301T 70-34001 0102-2210-00 20-50TAL 73-LFL60 20-500LF 20-120321201 70-090492001BLK 72-00219 72-00220 5340-01-630-0957 5340-01-641-1754 5325-01-657-0101 5325-01-657-0032 5305-01-617-4483 5310-01-528-6397 5305-01-466-9745 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-560-7537 5310-01-520-7812 5935-01-654-7678 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-655-0688 5935-01-654-7012 5935-01-654-7468 5935-01-654-8557 5935-01-649-9907 5825-01-629-5338 5340-01-657-0079 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-525-0623 5310-01-520-7812 5895-01-629-5298 5305-01-617-2105 5310-00-933-8120 5310-01-525-0656 5985-01-654-6431 5310-01-543-2318 5310-01-528-6397 5305-00-054-5647 5305-01-543-2338 5998-01-646-5699 5998-01-646-5803 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5804 5998-01-646-5786 5305-00-054-5647 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5784 5310-01-601-4367 5310-01-466-2747 5310-01-543-4076 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 36-F5458 100-68199 0032-0143-00 SCREW-A 100-68201 71-MS3180-20C 71-62480 71-33316 x Items 78-85 are a part of Item 36 Item Antenna pedestal case consists of: Description NSN PN Antenna pedestal (antenna pedestal case, including components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Lock-release lever (case latch set) Mounting bracket (tan outrigger assembly, order each separately) Note: Includes feet and bolts Mounting plate (outrigger) Note: Does not include feet or bolts Knob (outrigger mounting knob kit) Continuous thread stud (leveling foot, threaded, 8-in) Note: Does not include knob Knob (black threaded knob for leveling foot) Electrical equipment foot (footpad for outrigger) Hand crank (manual crank, 3/8-in socket) Spring tension clip (clip to secure hand crank) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 11 Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic cover for gearbox) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 13 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 14 Dust and moisture seal protective plug (rubber plug for hand crank cover) Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic top cover, tan) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 17 Loop clamp (large cable holddown clamp) Machine screw (6-32 x 0.50-in cross-tip), used with Item 19 Self-locking hexagon nut (nylon, 5/16-in), used with Item 20 Flat washer (#6), used with Item 21 Electrical plug connector (circular female locking plugs with 3 contacts) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain) Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain, N/UHF) Electrical plug connector (N-female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (TNC female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (F-male connector) Satellite signals navigation set (GPS assembly) Mounting bracket (mounting plate for GPS Assembly (Item 30) with Screws) Machine screw (M4, 0.7mm x 5mm, cross-tip), used to secure the mounting bracket (Item 31) to the GPS Assembly (Item 30) Machine screw (6-32 x 1/2-in, cross-tip), used to secure the GPS assembly (Item 30) with mounting bracket (Item 31) Lock washer (#6), used with Item 33 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 33 Interface control (interface switch for I/O box assembly), refer to Items 78-85 for parts breakdown Machine screw (10-32 x 0.625-in, cross-tip), used to secure I/O box (Item 36) to the antenna pedestal Lock washer (#10), used with Item 37 Flat washer (#10), used with Item 37 Radio frequency power divider (RCA 2-way radio frequency (RF) splitter) Machine screw (8-32 x 1/2-in socket head cap screw), used with Item 40 Self-locking hexagon nut, used with Item 41 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 42 Machine screw (8-32 x 0.375-in cap screw, button head socket), secures the antenna control unit (ACU) cover/front panel to ACU Cover (aluminum), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Machine screw (8-32 x 01/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Circuit card assembly (radio frequency (RF) tuner CCA) Note: GPS Module (Item 64) is bundled with RF Tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip), used with Item 48 Circuit card assembly (azimuth/roll (AZ/RL) polarization motor control (MC) CCA) Machine screw, used with Item 50 Circuit card assembly (CPU CCA), located behind RF tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip) Circuit card assembly (elevation (EL) MC CCA), located behind AZ/RL polarization MC CCA Threaded spacing standoff (M/F standoff, 4-40 x 3/4-in), used with Item 54 Machine screw, used with Item 54 Threaded spacing standoff (M-F hex standoff, 4-40 x 2-in) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 57 Circuit card assembly (levels I/O CCA) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip) Lock washer (#4) Special purpose cable assembly (bulkhead cable assembly that connects 2-way RF splitter to RF tuner CCA), located behind both AZ/RL MC and EL motor control (MC) CCAs Spacer/sleeve (#4, 1/4-in) Self-locking hexagon nut Special purpose cable assembly (part of GLONASS GPS module) Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Circuit card assembly (GLONASS GPS module), located inside the antenna control unit, includes ribbon and mini-coax (Item 65) cables, Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Adjustable resistor (potentiometer, 1K-ohm, 10 turn, 5%) Socket head cap screw (M6, 1 x 16mm) Flat washer (M6) Spacer/sleeve Hexagon nut (1/2-in panel nut) Flat washer (1/2-in diameter, star) Mounting bracket (for adjustable resistor (Item 67), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop, adjustable resistor and gear not included Potentiometer gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Azimuth gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Label (ANTENNA PEDESTAL) Solid nonmetallic wheel (2-in replacement wheel assembly for antenna pedestal case), assembly support one wheel only Indicator light (indicator light with panel nut) Toggle switch (sealed toggle power switch with panel nut) Switch guard Screw (order Item 79 or 82 toggle switch) Toggle switch (sealed DEPLOY/STOW toggle switch w/momentary) Electrical connector cover (MS-3180-20C dust cap for MIL-C-2648G plug) Electrical plug connector (J3 connector, 82-66 Type N bulkhead jack), TX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and lock washer Electrical plug connector (J4 box mounting receptacle connector, size 10), RX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and star washer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77t 20-02559 20-090179301T 70-34001 0102-2210-00 20-50TAL 73-LFL60 20-500LF 20-120321201 70-090492001BLK 991S03-25-1AGV 991W04-1BP 20-426001FS340 92949A194 90107A010 70-00064 90-077177001T 92949A263 19-96129 91400A148 90715A007 90107A007 71-23050 FJ-JR 19-E6023 19-E6016 71-83032 71-15839 71-FPC4F SP-0056-2110-00 0102-2151-01 92010A212 91400A148 92147A420 90107A007 SP-0102-2150-01T 91400A830 MS35338-138 98017A640 69-1001902 94912A225 90101A009 AEW24X164000SE4A00 98164A134 CCA-CVR 91400A106 91400A190 69-21121 9100A124 67-02050 91400A106 69-02055 91400A124 67-04028 91075A434 91400A106 91075A439 91400A106 69-02136 91400A124 92147A415 10-00002 92320A691 90715A005 FXC-0B131E-6 GPSCRD 32-L2002 9129A135 93475A250 92510A660 91862A318 98449A031 BRKT-1 YPB3232 YPB3224 87-02010 90-50123 5340-01-630-0957 5340-01-641-1754 5325-01-657-0101 5325-01-657-0032 5305-01-617-4483 5310-01-528-6397 5305-01-466-9745 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-560-7537 5310-01-520-7812 5935-01-654-7678 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-655-0688 5935-01-654-7012 5935-01-654-7468 5935-01-654-8557 5935-01-649-9907 5825-01-629-5338 5340-01-657-0079 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-525-0623 5310-01-520-7812 5895-01-629-5298 5305-01-617-2105 5310-00-933-8120 5310-01-525-0656 5985-01-654-6431 5310-01-543-2318 5310-01-528-6397 5305-00-054-5647 5305-01-543-2338 5998-01-646-5699 5998-01-646-5803 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5804 5998-01-646-5786 5305-00-054-5647 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5784 5310-01-601-4367 5310-01-466-2747 5310-01-543-4076 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 36-F5458 100-68199 0032-0143-00 SCREW-A 100-68201 71-MS3180-20C 71-62480 71-33316 x x x Items 78-85 are a part of Item 36 Item Antenna pedestal case consists of: Description NSN PN Antenna pedestal (antenna pedestal case, including components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Lock-release lever (case latch set) Mounting bracket (tan outrigger assembly, order each separately) Note: Includes feet and bolts Mounting plate (outrigger) Note: Does not include feet or bolts Knob (outrigger mounting knob kit) Continuous thread stud (leveling foot, threaded, 8-in) Note: Does not include knob Knob (black threaded knob for leveling foot) Electrical equipment foot (footpad for outrigger) Hand crank (manual crank, 3/8-in socket) Spring tension clip (clip to secure hand crank) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 11 Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic cover for gearbox) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 13 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 14 Dust and moisture seal protective plug (rubber plug for hand crank cover) Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic top cover, tan) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 17 Loop clamp (large cable holddown clamp) Machine screw (6-32 x 0.50-in cross-tip), used with Item 19 Self-locking hexagon nut (nylon, 5/16-in), used with Item 20 Flat washer (#6), used with Item 21 Electrical plug connector (circular female locking plugs with three contacts) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain) Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain, N/UHF) Electrical plug connector (N-female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (TNC female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (F-male connector) Satellite signals navigation set (GPS assembly) Mounting bracket (mounting plate for GPS assembly (Item 30) with screws) Machine screw (M4, 0.7mm x 5mm, cross-tip), used to secure the mounting bracket (Item 31) to the GPS assembly (Item 30) Machine screw (6-32 x 1/2-in, cross-tip), used to secure the GPS assembly (Item 30) with mounting bracket (Item 31) Lock washer (#6), used with Item 33 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 33 Interface control (interface switch for I/O box assembly), refer to Items 78-85 for parts breakdown M achine screw (10-32 x 0.625-in, cross-tip), used to secure I/O box (Item 36) to the antenna pedestal Lock washer (#10), used with Item 37 Flat washer (#10), used with Item 37 Radio frequency power divider (RCA 2-way radio frequency (RF) splitter) Machine screw (8-32 x 1/2-in socket head cap screw), used with Item 40 Self-locking hexagon nut, used with Item 41 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 42 Machine screw (8-32 x 0.375-in cap screw, button head socket), secures the antenna control unit (ACU) cover/front panel to ACU Cover (aluminum), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Machine screw (8-32 x 01/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Circuit card assembly (radio frequency (RF) tuner CCA) Note: GPS Module (Item 64) is bundled with RF Tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip), used with Item 48 Circuit card assembly (azimuth/roll (AZ/RL) polarization motor control (MC) CCA) Machine screw, used with Item 50 Circuit card assembly (CPU CCA), located behind RF tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip) Circuit card assembly (elevation (EL) MC CCA), located behind AZ/RL polarization MC CCA Threaded spacing standoff (M/F standoff, 4-40 x 3/4-in), used with Item 54 Machine screw, used with Item 54 Threaded spacing standoff (M-F hex standoff, 4-40 x 2-in) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 57 Circuit card assembly (levels I/O CCA) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip) Lock washer (#4) Special purpose cable assembly (bulkhead cable assembly that connects 2-way RF splitter to RF tuner CCA), located behind both AZ/RL MC and EL motor control (MC) CCAs Spacer/sleeve (#4, 1/4-in) Self-locking hexagon nut Special purpose cable assembly (part of GLONASS GPS module) Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Circuit card assembly (GLONASS GPS module), located inside the antenna control unit, includes ribbon and mini-coax (Item 65) cables, Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Adjustable resistor (potentiometer, 1K-ohm, 10 turn, 5%) Socket head cap screw (M6, 1 x 16mm) Flat washer (M6) Spacer/sleeve Hexagon nut (1/2-in panel nut) Flat washer (1/2-in diameter, star) Mounting bracket (for adjustable resistor (Item 67), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop, adjustable resistor and gear not included Potentiometer gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Azimuth gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Label (ANTENNA PEDESTAL) Solid nonmetallic wheel (2-in replacement wheel assembly for antenna pedestal case), assembly support one wheel only Indicator light (indicator light with panel nut) Toggle switch (sealed toggle power switch with panel nut) Switch guard Screw (order Item 79 or 82 toggle switch) Toggle switch (sealed DEPLOY/STOW toggle switch w/momentary) Electrical connector cover (MS-3180-20C dust cap for MIL-C-2648G plug) Electrical plug connector (J3 connector, 82-66 Type N bulkhead jack), TX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and lock washer Electrical plug connector (J4 box mounting receptacle connector, size 10), RX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and star washer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77t 20-02559 20-090179301T 70-34001 0102-2210-00 20-50TAL 73-LFL60 20-500LF 20-120321201 70-090492001BLK 991S03-25-1AGV 991W04-1BP 20-426001FS340 92949A194 90107A010 70-00064 90-077177001T 92949A263 19-96129 91400A148 90715A007 90107A007 71-23050 FJ-JR 19-E6023 19-E6016 71-83032 71-15839 71-FPC4F SP-0056-2110-00 0102-2151-01 92010A212 91400A148 92147A420 90107A007 SP-0102-2150-01T 91400A830 MS35338-138 98017A640 69-1001902 94912A225 90101A009 AEW24X164000SE4A00 98164A134 CCA-CVR 91400A106 91400A190 69-21121 9100A124 67-02050 91400A106 69-02055 91400A124 67-04028 91075A434 91400A106 91075A439 91400A106 69-02136 91400A124 92147A415 10-00002 92320A691 90715A005 FXC-0B131E-6 GPSCRD 32-L2002 9129A135 93475A250 92510A660 91862A318 98449A031 BRKT-1 YPB3232 YPB3224 87-02010 90-50123 5340-01-630-0957 5340-01-641-1754 5325-01-657-0101 5325-01-657-0032 5305-01-617-4483 5310-01-528-6397 5305-01-466-9745 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-560-7537 5310-01-520-7812 5935-01-654-7678 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-655-0688 5935-01-654-7012 5935-01-654-7468 5935-01-654-8557 5935-01-649-9907 5825-01-629-5338 5340-01-657-0079 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-525-0623 5310-01-520-7812 5895-01-629-5298 5310-00-933-8120 5310-01-525-0656 5985-01-654-6431 5310-01-543-2318 5310-01-528-6397 5305-00-054-5647 5305-01-543-2338 5998-01-646-5699 5998-01-646-5803 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5804 5998-01-646-5786 5305-00-054-5647 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5784 5310-01-601-4367 5310-01-466-2747 5310-01-543-4076 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 36-F5458 100-68199 0032-0143-00 SCREW-A 100-68201 71-MS3180-20C 71-62480 71-33316 x x Items 78-85 are a part of Item 36 Antenna Pedestal Case in PS 780 (Nov 1 7), we provided a partial list of component hardware for the Combat Service Support (CSS) Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) 1.2M-E. 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48 PS 781 DEC 17 Item Antenna pedestal case consists of: Description NSN PN Antenna pedestal (antenna pedestal case, including components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Lock-release lever (case latch set) Mounting bracket (tan outrigger assembly, order each separately) Note: Includes feet and bolts Mounting plate (outrigger) Note: Does not include feet or bolts Knob (outrigger mounting knob kit) Continuous thread stud (leveling foot, threaded, 8-in) Note: Does not include knob Knob (black threaded knob for leveling foot) Electrical equipment foot (footpad for outrigger) Hand crank (manual crank, 3/8-in socket) Spring tension clip (clip to secure hand crank) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 11 Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic cover for gearbox) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 13 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 14 Dust and moisture seal protective plug (rubber plug for hand crank cover) Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic top cover, tan) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 17 Loop clamp (large cable holddown clamp) Machine screw (6-32 x 0.50-in cross-tip), used with Item 19 Self-locking hexagon nut (nylon, 5/16-in), used with Item 20 Flat washer (#6), used with Item 21 Electrical plug connector (circular female locking plugs with 3 contacts) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain) Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain, N/UHF) Electrical plug connector (N-female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (TNC female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (F-male connector) Satellite signals navigation set (GPS assembly) Mounting bracket (mounting plate for GPS Assembly (Item 30) with Screws) Machine screw (M4, 0.7mm x 5mm, cross-tip), used to secure the mounting bracket (Item 31) to the GPS Assembly (Item 30) Machine screw (6-32 x 1/2-in, cross-tip), used to secure the GPS assembly (Item 30) with mounting bracket (Item 31) Lock washer (#6), used with Item 33 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 33 Interface control (interface switch for I/O box assembly), refer to Items 78-85 for parts breakdown Machine screw (10-32 x 0.625-in, cross-tip), used to secure I/O box (Item 36) to the antenna pedestal Lock washer (#10), used with Item 37 Flat washer (#10), used with Item 37 Radio frequency power divider (RCA 2-way radio frequency (RF) splitter) Machine screw (8-32 x 1/2-in socket head cap screw), used with Item 40 Self-locking hexagon nut, used with Item 41 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 42 Machine screw (8-32 x 0.375-in cap screw, button head socket), secures the antenna control unit (ACU) cover/front panel to ACU Cover (aluminum), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Machine screw (8-32 x 01/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Circuit card assembly (radio frequency (RF) tuner CCA) Note: GPS Module (Item 64) is bundled with RF Tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip), used with Item 48 Circuit card assembly (azimuth/roll (AZ/RL) polarization motor control (MC) CCA) Machine screw, used with Item 50 Circuit card assembly (CPU CCA), located behind RF tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip) Circuit card assembly (elevation (EL) MC CCA), located behind AZ/RL polarization MC CCA Threaded spacing standoff (M/F standoff, 4-40 x 3/4-in), used with Item 54 Machine screw, used with Item 54 Threaded spacing standoff (M-F hex standoff, 4-40 x 2-in) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 57 Circuit card assembly (levels I/O CCA) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip) Lock washer (#4) Special purpose cable assembly (bulkhead cable assembly that connects 2-way RF splitter to RF tuner CCA), located behind both AZ/RL MC and EL motor control (MC) CCAs Spacer/sleeve (#4, 1/4-in) Self-locking hexagon nut Special purpose cable assembly (part of GLONASS GPS module) Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Circuit card assembly (GLONASS GPS module), located inside the antenna control unit, includes ribbon and mini-coax (Item 65) cables, Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Adjustable resistor (potentiometer, 1K-ohm, 10 turn, 5%) Socket head cap screw (M6, 1 x 16mm) Flat washer (M6) Spacer/sleeve Hexagon nut (1/2-in panel nut) Flat washer (1/2-in diameter, star) Mounting bracket (for adjustable resistor (Item 67), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop, adjustable resistor and gear not included Potentiometer gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Azimuth gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Label (ANTENNA PEDESTAL) Solid nonmetallic wheel (2-in replacement wheel assembly for antenna pedestal case), assembly support one wheel only Indicator light (indicator light with panel nut) Toggle switch (sealed toggle power switch with panel nut) Switch guard Screw (order Item 79 or 82 toggle switch) Toggle switch (sealed DEPLOY/STOW toggle switch w/momentary) Electrical connector cover (MS-3180-20C dust cap for MIL-C-2648G plug) Electrical plug connector (J3 connector, 82-66 Type N bulkhead jack), TX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and lock washer Electrical plug connector (J4 box mounting receptacle connector, size 10), RX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and star washer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77t 20-02559 20-090179301T 70-34001 0102-2210-00 20-50TAL 73-LFL60 20-500LF 20-120321201 70-090492001BLK 991S03-25-1AGV 991W04-1BP 20-426001FS340 92949A194 90107A010 70-00064 90-077177001T 92949A263 19-96129 91400A148 90715A007 90107A007 71-23050 FJ-JR 19-E6023 19-E6016 71-83032 71-15839 71-FPC4F SP-0056-2110-00 0102-2151-01 92010A212 91400A148 92147A420 90107A007 SP-0102-2150-01T 91400A830 MS35338-138 98017A640 69-1001902 94912A225 90101A009 AEW24X164000SE4A00 98164A134 CCA-CVR 91400A106 91400A190 69-21121 9100A124 67-02050 91400A106 69-02055 91400A124 67-04028 91075A434 91400A106 91075A439 91400A106 69-02136 91400A124 92147A415 10-00002 92320A691 90715A005 FXC-0B131E-6 GPSCRD 32-L2002 9129A135 93475A250 92510A660 91862A318 98449A031 BRKT-1 YPB3232 YPB3224 87-02010 90-50123 5340-01-630-0957 5340-01-641-1754 5325-01-657-0101 5325-01-657-0032 5305-01-617-4483 5310-01-528-6397 5305-01-466-9745 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-560-7537 5310-01-520-7812 5935-01-654-7678 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-655-0688 5935-01-654-7012 5935-01-654-7468 5935-01-654-8557 5935-01-649-9907 5825-01-629-5338 5340-01-657-0079 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-525-0623 5310-01-520-7812 5895-01-629-5298 5305-01-617-2105 5310-00-933-8120 5310-01-525-0656 5985-01-654-6431 5310-01-543-2318 5310-01-528-6397 5305-00-054-5647 5305-01-543-2338 5998-01-646-5699 5998-01-646-5803 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5804 5998-01-646-5786 5305-00-054-5647 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5784 5310-01-601-4367 5310-01-466-2747 5310-01-543-4076 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 36-F5458 100-68199 0032-0143-00 SCREW-A 100-68201 71-MS3180-20C 71-62480 71-33316 x x x Items 78-85 are a part of Item 36 Item Antenna pedestal case consists of: Description NSN PN Antenna pedestal (antenna pedestal case, including components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Lock-release lever (case latch set) Mounting bracket (tan outrigger assembly, order each separately) Note: Includes feet and bolts Mounting plate (outrigger) Note: Does not include feet or bolts Knob (outrigger mounting knob kit) Continuous thread stud (leveling foot, threaded, 8-in) Note: Does not include knob Knob (black threaded knob for leveling foot) Electrical equipment foot (footpad for outrigger) Hand crank (manual crank, 3/8-in socket) Spring tension clip (clip to secure hand crank) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 11 Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic cover for gearbox) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 13 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 14 Dust and moisture seal protective plug (rubber plug for hand crank cover) Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic top cover, tan) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 17 Loop clamp (large cable holddown clamp) Machine screw (6-32 x 0.50-in cross-tip), used with Item 19 Self-locking hexagon nut (nylon, 5/16-in), used with Item 20 Flat washer (#6), used with Item 21 Electrical plug connector (circular female locking plugs with 3 contacts) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain) Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain, N/UHF) Electrical plug connector (N-female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (TNC female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (F-male connector) Satellite signals navigation set (GPS assembly) Mounting bracket (mounting plate for GPS Assembly (Item 30) with Screws) Machine screw (M4, 0.7mm x 5mm, cross-tip), used to secure the mounting bracket (Item 31) to the GPS Assembly (Item 30) Machine screw (6-32 x 1/2-in, cross-tip), used to secure the GPS assembly (Item 30) with mounting bracket (Item 31) Lock washer (#6), used with Item 33 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 33 Interface control (interface switch for I/O box assembly), refer to Items 78-85 for parts breakdown Machine screw (10-32 x 0.625-in, cross-tip), used to secure I/O box (Item 36) to the antenna pedestal Lock washer (#10), used with Item 37 Flat washer (#10), used with Item 37 Radio frequency power divider (RCA 2-way radio frequency (RF) splitter) Machine screw (8-32 x 1/2-in socket head cap screw), used with Item 40 Self-locking hexagon nut, used with Item 41 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 42 Machine screw (8-32 x 0.375-in cap screw, button head socket), secures the antenna control unit (ACU) cover/front panel to ACU Cover (aluminum), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Machine screw (8-32 x 01/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Circuit card assembly (radio frequency (RF) tuner CCA) Note: GPS Module (Item 64) is bundled with RF Tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip), used with Item 48 Circuit card assembly (azimuth/roll (AZ/RL) polarization motor control (MC) CCA) Machine screw, used with Item 50 Circuit card assembly (CPU CCA), located behind RF tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip) Circuit card assembly (elevation (EL) MC CCA), located behind AZ/RL polarization MC CCA Threaded spacing standoff (M/F standoff, 4-40 x 3/4-in), used with Item 54 Machine screw, used with Item 54 Threaded spacing standoff (M-F hex standoff, 4-40 x 2-in) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 57 Circuit card assembly (levels I/O CCA) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip) Lock washer (#4) Special purpose cable assembly (bulkhead cable assembly that connects 2-way RF splitter to RF tuner CCA), located behind both AZ/RL MC and EL motor control (MC) CCAs Spacer/sleeve (#4, 1/4-in) Self-locking hexagon nut Special purpose cable assembly (part of GLONASS GPS module) Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Circuit card assembly (GLONASS GPS module), located inside the antenna control unit, includes ribbon and mini-coax (Item 65) cables, Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Adjustable resistor (potentiometer, 1K-ohm, 10 turn, 5%) Socket head cap screw (M6, 1 x 16mm) Flat washer (M6) Spacer/sleeve Hexagon nut (1/2-in panel nut) Flat washer (1/2-in diameter, star) Mounting bracket (for adjustable resistor (Item 67), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop, adjustable resistor and gear not included Potentiometer gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Azimuth gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Label (ANTENNA PEDESTAL) Solid nonmetallic wheel (2-in replacement wheel assembly for antenna pedestal case), assembly support one wheel only Indicator light (indicator light with panel nut) Toggle switch (sealed toggle power switch with panel nut) Switch guard Screw (order Item 79 or 82 toggle switch) Toggle switch (sealed DEPLOY/STOW toggle switch w/momentary) Electrical connector cover (MS-3180-20C dust cap for MIL-C-2648G plug) Electrical plug connector (J3 connector, 82-66 Type N bulkhead jack), TX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and lock washer Electrical plug connector (J4 box mounting receptacle connector, size 10), RX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and star washer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77t 20-02559 20-090179301T 70-34001 0102-2210-00 20-50TAL 73-LFL60 20-500LF 20-120321201 70-090492001BLK 991S03-25-1AGV 991W04-1BP 20-426001FS340 92949A194 90107A010 70-00064 90-077177001T 92949A263 19-96129 91400A148 90715A007 90107A007 71-23050 FJ-JR 19-E6023 19-E6016 71-83032 71-15839 71-FPC4F SP-0056-2110-00 0102-2151-01 92010A212 91400A148 92147A420 90107A007 SP-0102-2150-01T 91400A830 MS35338-138 98017A640 69-1001902 94912A225 90101A009 AEW24X164000SE4A00 98164A134 CCA-CVR 91400A106 91400A190 69-21121 9100A124 67-02050 91400A106 69-02055 91400A124 67-04028 91075A434 91400A106 91075A439 91400A106 69-02136 91400A124 92147A415 10-00002 92320A691 90715A005 FXC-0B131E-6 GPSCRD 32-L2002 9129A135 93475A250 92510A660 91862A318 98449A031 BRKT-1 YPB3232 YPB3224 87-02010 90-50123 5340-01-630-0957 5340-01-641-1754 5325-01-657-0101 5325-01-657-0032 5305-01-617-4483 5310-01-528-6397 5305-01-466-9745 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-560-7537 5310-01-520-7812 5935-01-654-7678 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-655-0688 5935-01-654-7012 5935-01-654-7468 5935-01-654-8557 5935-01-649-9907 5825-01-629-5338 5340-01-657-0079 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-525-0623 5310-01-520-7812 5895-01-629-5298 5305-01-617-2105 5310-00-933-8120 5310-01-525-0656 5985-01-654-6431 5310-01-543-2318 5310-01-528-6397 5305-00-054-5647 5305-01-543-2338 5998-01-646-5699 5998-01-646-5803 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5804 5998-01-646-5786 5305-00-054-5647 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5784 5310-01-601-4367 5310-01-466-2747 5310-01-543-4076 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 36-F5458 100-68199 0032-0143-00 SCREW-A 100-68201 71-MS3180-20C 71-62480 71-33316 x x x Items 78-85 are a part of Item 36 Item Antenna pedestal case consists of: Description NSN PN Antenna pedestal (antenna pedestal case, including components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Lock-release lever (case latch set) Mounting bracket (tan outrigger assembly, order each separately) Note: Includes feet and bolts Mounting plate (outrigger) Note: Does not include feet or bolts Knob (outrigger mounting knob kit) Continuous thread stud (leveling foot, threaded, 8-in) Note: Does not include knob Knob (black threaded knob for leveling foot) Electrical equipment foot (footpad for outrigger) Hand crank (manual crank, 3/8-in socket) Spring tension clip (clip to secure hand crank) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 11 Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic cover for gearbox) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 13 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 14 Dust and moisture seal protective plug (rubber plug for hand crank cover) Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic top cover, tan) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 17 Loop clamp (large cable holddown clamp) Machine screw (6-32 x 0.50-in cross-tip), used with Item 19 Self-locking hexagon nut (nylon, 5/16-in), used with Item 20 Flat washer (#6), used with Item 21 Electrical plug connector (circular female locking plugs with 3 contacts) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain) Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain, N/UHF) Electrical plug connector (N-female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (TNC female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (F-male connector) Satellite signals navigation set (GPS assembly) Mounting bracket (mounting plate for GPS Assembly (Item 30) with Screws) Machine screw (M4, 0.7mm x 5mm, cross-tip), used to secure the mounting bracket (Item 31) to the GPS Assembly (Item 30) Machine screw (6-32 x 1/2-in, cross-tip), used to secure the GPS assembly (Item 30) with mounting bracket (Item 31) Lock washer (#6), used with Item 33 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 33 Interface control (interface switch for I/O box assembly), refer to Items 78-85 for parts breakdown Machine screw (10-32 x 0.625-in, cross-tip), used to secure I/O box (Item 36) to the antenna pedestal Lock washer (#10), used with Item 37 Flat washer (#10), used with Item 37 Radio frequency power divider (RCA 2-way radio frequency (RF) splitter) Machine screw (8-32 x 1/2-in socket head cap screw), used with Item 40 Self-locking hexagon nut, used with Item 41 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 42 Machine screw (8-32 x 0.375-in cap screw, button head socket), secures the antenna control unit (ACU) cover/front panel to ACU Cover (aluminum), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Machine screw (8-32 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Circuit card assembly (radio frequency (RF) tuner CCA) Note: GPS Module (Item 64) is bundled with RF Tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip), used with Item 48 Circuit card assembly (azimuth/roll (AZ/RL) polarization motor control (MC) CCA) Machine screw, used with Item 50 Circuit card assembly (CPU CCA), located behind RF tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip) Circuit card assembly (elevation (EL) MC CCA), located behind AZ/RL polarization MC CCA Threaded spacing standoff (M/F standoff, 4-40 x 3/4-in), used with Item 54 Machine screw, used with Item 54 Threaded spacing standoff (M-F hex standoff, 4-40 x 2-in) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 57 Circuit card assembly (levels I/O CCA) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip) Lock washer (#4) Special purpose cable assembly (bulkhead cable assembly that connects 2-way RF splitter to RF tuner CCA), located behind both AZ/RL MC and EL motor control (MC) CCAs Spacer/sleeve (#4 x 1/4-in) Self-locking hexagon nut Special purpose cable assembly (part of GLONASS GPS module) Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Circuit card assembly (GLONASS GPS module), located inside the antenna control unit, includes ribbon and mini-coax (Item 65) cables Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Adjustable resistor (potentiometer, 1K-ohm, 10 turn, 5%) Socket head cap screw (M6, 1 x 16mm) Flat washer (M6) Spacer/sleeve Hexagon nut (1/2-in panel nut) Flat washer (1/2-in diameter, star) Mounting bracket, for adjustable resistor (Item 67), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop, adjustable resistor and gear not included Potentiometer gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Azimuth gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Label (ANTENNA PEDESTAL) Solid nonmetallic wheel (2-in replacement wheel assembly for antenna pedestal case), assembly support one wheel only Indicator light (indicator light with panel nut) Toggle switch (sealed toggle power switch with panel nut) Switch guard Screw (order Item 79 or 82 toggle switch) Toggle switch (sealed DEPLOY/STOW toggle switch w/momentary) Electrical connector cover (MS-3180-20C dust cap for MIL-C-2648G plug) Electrical plug connector (J3 connector, 82-66 Type N bulkhead jack), TX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and lock washer Electrical plug connector (J4 box mounting receptacle connector, size 10), RX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and star washer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 20-02559 20-090179301T 70-34001 0102-2210-00 20-50TAL 73-LFL60 20-500LF 20-120321201 70-090492001BLK 991S03-25-1AGV 991W04-1BP 20-426001FS340 92949A194 90107A010 70-00064 90-077177001T 92949A263 19-96129 91400A148 90715A007 90107A007 71-23050 FJ-JR 19-E6023 19-E6016 71-83032 71-15839 71-FPC4F SP-0056-2110-00 0102-2151-01 92010A212 91400A148 92147A420 90107A007 SP-0102-2150-01T 91400A830 MS35338-138 98017A640 69-1001902 94912A225 90101A009 98164A134 CCA-CVR 91400A106 91400A190 69-21121 9100A124 67-02050 91400A106 69-02055 91400A124 67-04028 91075A434 91400A106 91075A439 91400A106 69-02136 91400A124 92147A415 10-00002 92320A691 90715A005 FXC-0B131E-6 GPSCRD 32-L2002 9129A135 93475A250 92510A660 91862A318 98449A031 BRKT-1 YPB3232 YPB3224 87-02010 90-50123 5340-01-630-0957 5340-01-641-1754 5325-01-657-0101 5325-01-657-0032 5305-01-617-4483 5310-01-528-6397 5305-01-466-9745 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-560-7537 5310-01-520-7812 5935-01-654-7678 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-655-0688 5935-01-654-7012 5935-01-654-7468 5935-01-654-8557 5935-01-649-9907 5825-01-629-5338 5340-01-657-0079 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-525-0623 5310-01-520-7812 5895-01-629-5298 5305-01-617-2105 5310-00-933-8120 5310-01-525-0656 5985-01-654-6431 5310-01-543-2318 5305-00-054-5647 5305-01-543-2338 5998-01-646-5699 5998-01-646-5803 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5804 5998-01-646-5786 5305-00-054-5647 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5784 5310-01-601-4367 5310-01-466-2747 5310-01-543-4076 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 36-F5458 100-68199 0032-0143-00 SCREW-A 100-68201 71-MS3180-20C 71-62480 71-33316 x x Items 78-85 are a part of Item 36 AEW24X164000SE4A00 5310-01-528-6397 Item Antenna pedestal case consists of: Description NSN PN Antenna pedestal (antenna pedestal case, including components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Lock-release lever (case latch set) Mounting bracket (tan outrigger assembly, order each separately) Note: Includes feet and bolts Mounting plate (outrigger) Note: Does not include feet or bolts Knob (outrigger mounting knob kit) Continuous thread stud (leveling foot, threaded, 8-in) Note: Does not include knob Knob (black threaded knob for leveling foot) Electrical equipment foot (footpad for outrigger) Hand crank (manual crank, 3/8-in socket) Spring tension clip (clip to secure hand crank) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 11 Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic cover for gearbox) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 13 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 14 Dust and moisture seal protective plug (rubber plug for hand crank cover) Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic top cover, tan) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 17 Loop clamp (large cable holddown clamp) Machine screw (6-32 x 0.50-in cross-tip), used with Item 19 Self-locking hexagon nut (nylon, 5/16-in), used with Item 20 Flat washer (#6), used with Item 21 Electrical plug connector (circular female locking plugs with 3 contacts) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain) Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain, N/UHF) Electrical plug connector (N-female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (TNC female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (F-male connector) Satellite signals navigation set (GPS assembly) Mounting bracket (mounting plate for GPS Assembly (Item 30) with Screws) Machine screw (M4, 0.7mm x 5mm, cross-tip), used to secure the mounting bracket (Item 31) to the GPS Assembly (Item 30) Machine screw (6-32 x 1/2-in, cross-tip), used to secure the GPS assembly (Item 30) with mounting bracket (Item 31) Lock washer (#6), used with Item 33 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 33 Interface control (interface switch for I/O box assembly), refer to Items 78-85 for parts breakdown Machine screw (10-32 x 0.625-in, cross-tip), used to secure I/O box (Item 36) to the antenna pedestal Lock washer (#10), used with Item 37 Flat washer (#10), used with Item 37 Radio frequency power divider (RCA 2-way radio frequency (RF) splitter) Machine screw (8-32 x 1/2-in socket head cap screw), used with Item 40 Self-locking hexagon nut, used with Item 41 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 42 Machine screw (8-32 x 0.375-in cap screw, button head socket), secures the antenna control unit (ACU) cover/front panel to ACU Cover (aluminum), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Machine screw (8-32 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Circuit card assembly (radio frequency (RF) tuner CCA) Note: GPS Module (Item 64) is bundled with RF Tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip), used with Item 48 Circuit card assembly (azimuth/roll (AZ/RL) polarization motor control (MC) CCA) Machine screw, used with Item 50 Circuit card assembly (CPU CCA), located behind RF tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip) Circuit card assembly (elevation (EL) MC CCA), located behind AZ/RL polarization MC CCA Threaded spacing standoff (M/F standoff, 4-40 x 3/4-in), used with Item 54 Machine screw, used with Item 54 Threaded spacing standoff (M-F hex standoff, 4-40 x 2-in) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 57 Circuit card assembly (levels I/O CCA) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip) Lock washer (#4) Special purpose cable assembly (bulkhead cable assembly that connects 2-way RF splitter to RF tuner CCA), located behind both AZ/RL MC and EL motor control (MC) CCAs Spacer/sleeve (#4 x 1/4-in) Self-locking hexagon nut Special purpose cable assembly (part of GLONASS GPS module) Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Circuit card assembly (GLONASS GPS module), located inside the antenna control unit, includes ribbon and mini-coax (Item 65) cables Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Adjustable resistor (potentiometer, 1K-ohm, 10 turn, 5%) Socket head cap screw (M6, 1 x 16mm) Flat washer (M6) Spacer/sleeve Hexagon nut (1/2-in panel nut) Flat washer (1/2-in diameter, star) Mounting bracket, for adjustable resistor (Item 67), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop, adjustable resistor and gear not included Potentiometer gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Azimuth gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Label (ANTENNA PEDESTAL) Solid nonmetallic wheel (2-in replacement wheel assembly for antenna pedestal case), assembly support one wheel only Indicator light (indicator light with panel nut) Toggle switch (sealed toggle power switch with panel nut) Switch guard Screw (order Item 79 or 82 toggle switch) Toggle switch (sealed DEPLOY/STOW toggle switch w/momentary) Electrical connector cover (MS-3180-20C dust cap for MIL-C-2648G plug) Electrical plug connector (J3 connector, 82-66 Type N bulkhead jack), TX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and lock washer Electrical plug connector (J4 box mounting receptacle connector, size 10), RX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and star washer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 20-02559 20-090179301T 70-34001 0102-2210-00 20-50TAL 73-LFL60 20-500LF 20-120321201 70-090492001BLK 991S03-25-1AGV 991W04-1BP 20-426001FS340 92949A194 90107A010 70-00064 90-077177001T 92949A263 19-96129 91400A148 90715A007 90107A007 71-23050 FJ-JR 19-E6023 19-E6016 71-83032 71-15839 71-FPC4F SP-0056-2110-00 0102-2151-01 92010A212 91400A148 92147A420 90107A007 SP-0102-2150-01T 91400A830 MS35338-138 98017A640 69-1001902 94912A225 90101A009 98164A134 CCA-CVR 91400A106 91400A190 69-21121 9100A124 67-02050 91400A106 69-02055 91400A124 67-04028 91075A434 91400A106 91075A439 91400A106 69-02136 91400A124 92147A415 10-00002 92320A691 90715A005 FXC-0B131E-6 GPSCRD 32-L2002 9129A135 93475A250 92510A660 91862A318 98449A031 BRKT-1 YPB3232 YPB3224 87-02010 90-50123 5340-01-630-0957 5340-01-641-1754 5325-01-657-0101 5325-01-657-0032 5305-01-617-4483 5310-01-528-6397 5305-01-466-9745 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-560-7537 5310-01-520-7812 5935-01-654-7678 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-655-0688 5935-01-654-7012 5935-01-654-7468 5935-01-654-8557 5935-01-649-9907 5825-01-629-5338 5340-01-657-0079 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-525-0623 5310-01-520-7812 5895-01-629-5298 5305-01-617-2105 5310-00-933-8120 5310-01-525-0656 5985-01-654-6431 5310-01-543-2318 5305-00-054-5647 5305-01-543-2338 5998-01-646-5699 5998-01-646-5803 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5804 5998-01-646-5786 5305-00-054-5647 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5784 5310-01-601-4367 5310-01-466-2747 5310-01-543-4076 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 36-F5458 100-68199 0032-0143-00 SCREW-A 100-68201 71-MS3180-20C 71-62480 71-33316 x x Items 78-85 are a part of Item 36 AEW24X164000SE4A00 5310-01-528-6397 Item Antenna pedestal case consists of: Description NSN PN Antenna pedestal (antenna pedestal case, including components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Lock-release lever (case latch set) Mounting bracket (tan outrigger assembly, order each separately) Note: Includes feet and bolts Mounting plate (outrigger) Note: Does not include feet or bolts Knob (outrigger mounting knob kit) Continuous thread stud (leveling foot, threaded, 8-in) Note: Does not include knob Knob (black threaded knob for leveling foot) Electrical equipment foot (footpad for outrigger) Hand crank (manual crank, 3/8-in socket) Spring tension clip (clip to secure hand crank) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 11 Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic cover for gearbox) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 13 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 14 Dust and moisture seal protective plug (rubber plug for hand crank cover) Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic top cover, tan) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 17 Loop clamp (large cable holddown clamp) Machine screw (6-32 x 0.50-in cross-tip), used with Item 19 Self-locking hexagon nut (nylon, 5/16-in), used with Item 20 Flat washer (#6), used with Item 21 Electrical plug connector (circular female locking plugs with 3 contacts) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain) Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain, N/UHF) Electrical plug connector (N-female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (TNC female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (F-male connector) Satellite signals navigation set (GPS assembly) Mounting bracket (mounting plate for GPS Assembly (Item 30) with Screws) Machine screw (M4, 0.7mm x 5mm, cross-tip), used to secure the mounting bracket (Item 31) to the GPS Assembly (Item 30) Machine screw (6-32 x 1/2-in, cross-tip), used to secure the GPS assembly (Item 30) with mounting bracket (Item 31) Lock washer (#6), used with Item 33 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 33 Interface control (interface switch for I/O box assembly), refer to Items 78-85 for parts breakdown Machine screw (10-32 x 0.625-in, cross-tip), used to secure I/O box (Item 36) to the antenna pedestal Lock washer (#10), used with Item 37 Flat washer (#10), used with Item 37 Radio frequency power divider (RCA 2-way radio frequency (RF) splitter) Machine screw (8-32 x 1/2-in socket head cap screw), used with Item 40 Self-locking hexagon nut, used with Item 41 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 42 Machine screw (8-32 x 0.375-in cap screw, button head socket), secures the antenna control unit (ACU) cover/front panel to ACU Cover (aluminum), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Machine screw (8-32 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Circuit card assembly (radio frequency (RF) tuner CCA) Note: GPS Module (Item 66) is bundled with RF Tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip), used with Item 48 Circuit card assembly (azimuth/roll (AZ/RL) polarization motor control (MC) CCA) Machine screw, used with Item 50 Circuit card assembly (CPU CCA), located behind RF tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip) Circuit card assembly (elevation (EL) MC CCA), located behind AZ/RL polarization MC CCA Threaded spacing standoff (M/F standoff, 4-40 x 3/4-in), used with Item 54 Machine screw, used with Item 54 Threaded spacing standoff (M-F hex standoff, 4-40 x 2-in) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 57 Circuit card assembly (levels I/O CCA) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip) Lock washer (#4) Special purpose cable assembly (bulkhead cable assembly that connects 2-way RF splitter to RF tuner CCA), located behind both AZ/RL MC and EL motor control (MC) CCAs Spacer/sleeve (#4, 1/4-in) Self-locking hexagon nut Special purpose cable assembly (part of GLONASS GPS module) Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Circuit card assembly (GLONASS GPS module), located inside the antenna control unit, includes ribbon and mini-coax (Item 65) cables, Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Adjustable resistor (potentiometer, 1K-ohm, 10 turn, 5%) Socket head cap screw (M6, 1 x 16mm) Flat washer (M6) Spacer/sleeve Hexagon nut (1/2-in panel nut) Flat washer (1/2-in diameter, star) Mounting bracket (for adjustable resistor (Item 67), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop, adjustable resistor and gear not included Potentiometer gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Azimuth gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Label (ANTENNA PEDESTAL) Solid nonmetallic wheel (2-in replacement wheel assembly for antenna pedestal case), assembly support one wheel only Indicator light (indicator light with panel nut) Toggle switch (sealed toggle power switch with panel nut) Switch guard Screw (order Item 79 or 82 toggle switch) Toggle switch (sealed DEPLOY/STOW toggle switch w/momentary) Electrical connector cover (MS-3180-20C dust cap for MIL-C-2648G plug) Electrical plug connector (J3 connector, 82-66 Type N bulkhead jack), TX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and lock washer Electrical plug connector (J4 box mounting receptacle connector, size 10), RX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and star washer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77t 20-02559 20-090179301T 70-34001 0102-2210-00 20-50TAL 73-LFL60 20-500LF 20-120321201 70-090492001BLK 991S03-25-1AGV 991W04-1BP 20-426001FS340 92949A194 90107A010 70-00064 90-077177001T 92949A263 19-96129 91400A148 90715A007 90107A007 71-23050 FJ-JR 19-E6023 19-E6016 71-83032 71-15839 71-FPC4F SP-0056-2110-00 0102-2151-01 92010A212 91400A148 92147A420 90107A007 SP-0102-2150-01T 91400A830 MS35338-138 98017A640 69-1001902 94912A225 90101A009 98164A134 CCA-CVR 91400A106 91400A190 69-21121 9100A124 67-02050 91400A106 69-02055 91400A124 67-04028 91075A434 91400A106 91075A439 91400A106 69-02136 91400A124 92147A415 10-00002 92320A691 90715A005 FXC-0B131E-6 GPSCRD 32-L2002 9129A135 93475A250 92510A660 91862A318 98449A031 BRKT-1 YPB3232 YPB3224 87-02010 90-50123 5340-01-630-0957 5340-01-641-1754 5325-01-657-0101 5325-01-657-0032 5305-01-617-4483 5310-01-528-6397 5305-01-466-9745 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-560-7537 5310-01-520-7812 5935-01-654-7678 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-655-0688 5935-01-654-7012 5935-01-654-7468 5935-01-654-8557 5935-01-649-9907 5825-01-629-5338 5340-01-657-0079 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-525-0623 5310-01-520-7812 5895-01-629-5298 5305-01-617-2105 5310-00-933-8120 5310-01-525-0656 5985-01-654-6431 5310-01-543-2318 5305-00-054-5647 5305-01-543-2338 5998-01-646-5699 5998-01-646-5803 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5804 5998-01-646-5786 5305-00-054-5647 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5784 5310-01-601-4367 5310-01-466-2747 5310-01-543-4076 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 36-F5458 100-68199 0032-0143-00 SCREW-A 100-68201 71-MS3180-20C 71-62480 71-33316 x x Items 78-85 are a part of Item 36 AEW24X16 4000SE4A00 5310-01-528-6397 Antenna Pedestal Case (continued) Items 67, 74, and 75 are being kitted into a single item, NSN 5905-01-666-5634 781 48-49.indd All Pages 10/24/17 12:29 PM

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50 PS 781 DEC 17 Item Antenna pedestal case consists of: Description NSN PN Antenna pedestal (antenna pedestal case, including components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Lock-release lever (case latch set) Mounting bracket (tan outrigger assembly, order each separately) Note: Includes feet and bolts Mounting plate (outrigger) Note: Does not include feet or bolts Knob (outrigger mounting knob kit) Continuous thread stud (leveling foot, threaded, 8-in) Note: Does not include knob Knob (black threaded knob for leveling foot) Electrical equipment foot (footpad for outrigger) Hand crank (manual crank, 3/8-in socket) Spring tension clip (clip to secure hand crank) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 11 Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic cover for gearbox) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 13 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 14 Dust and moisture seal protective plug (rubber plug for hand crank cover) Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic top cover, tan) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 17 Loop clamp (large cable holddown clamp) Machine screw (6-32 x 0.50-in cross-tip), used with Item 19 Self-locking hexagon nut (nylon, 5/16-in), used with Item 20 Flat washer (#6), used with Item 21 Electrical plug connector (circular female locking plugs with 3 contacts) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain) Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain, N/UHF) Electrical plug connector (N-female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (TNC female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (F-male connector) Satellite signals navigation set (GPS assembly) Mounting bracket (mounting plate for GPS Assembly (Item 30) with Screws) Machine screw (M4, 0.7mm x 5mm, cross-tip), used to secure the mounting bracket (Item 31) to the GPS Assembly (Item 30) Machine screw (6-32 x 1/2-in, cross-tip), used to secure the GPS assembly (Item 30) with mounting bracket (Item 31) Lock washer (#6), used with Item 33 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 33 Interface control (interface switch for I/O box assembly), refer to Items 78-85 for parts breakdown Machine screw (10-32 x 0.625-in, cross-tip), used to secure I/O box (Item 36) to the antenna pedestal Lock washer (#10), used with Item 37 Flat washer (#10), used with Item 37 Radio frequency power divider (RCA 2-way radio frequency (RF) splitter) Machine screw (8-32 x 1/2-in socket head cap screw), used with Item 40 Self-locking hexagon nut, used with Item 41 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 42 Machine screw (8-32 x 0.375-in cap screw, button head socket), secures the antenna control unit (ACU) cover/front panel to ACU Cover (aluminum), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Machine screw (8-32 x 01/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Circuit card assembly (radio frequency (RF) tuner CCA) Note: GPS Module (Item 64) is bundled with RF Tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip), used with Item 48 Circuit card assembly (azimuth/roll (AZ/RL) polarization motor control (MC) CCA) Machine screw, used with Item 50 Circuit card assembly (CPU CCA), located behind RF tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip) Circuit card assembly (elevation (EL) MC CCA), located behind AZ/RL polarization MC CCA Threaded spacing standoff (M/F standoff, 4-40 x 3/4-in), used with Item 54 Machine screw, used with Item 54 Threaded spacing standoff (M-F hex standoff, 4-40 x 2-in) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 57 Circuit card assembly (levels I/O CCA) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip) Lock washer (#4) Special purpose cable assembly (bulkhead cable assembly that connects 2-way RF splitter to RF tuner CCA), located behind both AZ/RL MC and EL motor control (MC) CCAs Spacer/sleeve (#4, 1/4-in) Self-locking hexagon nut Special purpose cable assembly (part of GLONASS GPS module) Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Circuit card assembly (GLONASS GPS module), located inside the antenna control unit, includes ribbon and mini-coax (Item 65) cables, Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Adjustable resistor (potentiometer, 1K-ohm, 10 turn, 5%) Socket head cap screw (M6, 1 x 16mm) Flat washer (M6) Spacer/sleeve Hexagon nut (1/2-in panel nut) Flat washer (1/2-in diameter, star) Mounting bracket (for adjustable resistor (Item 67), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop, adjustable resistor and gear not included Potentiometer gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Azimuth gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Label (ANTENNA PEDESTAL) Solid nonmetallic wheel (2-in replacement wheel assembly for antenna pedestal case), assembly support one wheel only Indicator light (indicator light with panel nut) Toggle switch (sealed toggle power switch with panel nut) Switch guard Screw (order Item 79 or 82 toggle switch) Toggle switch (sealed DEPLOY/STOW toggle switch w/momentary) Electrical connector cover (MS-3180-20C dust cap for MIL-C-2648G plug) Electrical plug connector (J3 connector, 82-66 Type N bulkhead jack), TX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and lock washer Electrical plug connector (J4 box mounting receptacle connector, size 10), RX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and star washer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77t 20-02559 20-090179301T 70-34001 0102-2210-00 20-50TAL 73-LFL60 20-500LF 20-120321201 70-090492001BLK 991S03-25-1AGV 991W04-1BP 20-426001FS340 92949A194 90107A010 70-00064 90-077177001T 92949A263 19-96129 91400A148 90715A007 90107A007 71-23050 FJ-JR 19-E6023 19-E6016 71-83032 71-15839 71-FPC4F SP-0056-2110-00 0102-2151-01 92010A212 91400A148 92147A420 90107A007 SP-0102-2150-01T 91400A830 MS35338-138 98017A640 69-1001902 94912A225 90101A009 AEW24X164000SE4A00 98164A134 CCA-CVR 91400A106 91400A190 69-21121 9100A124 67-02050 91400A106 69-02055 91400A124 67-04028 91075A434 91400A106 91075A439 91400A106 69-02136 91400A124 92147A415 10-00002 92320A691 90715A005 FXC-0B131E-6 GPSCRD 32-L2002 9129A135 93475A250 92510A660 91862A318 98449A031 BRKT-1 YPB3232 YPB3224 87-02010 90-50123 5340-01-630-0957 5340-01-641-1754 5325-01-657-0101 5325-01-657-0032 5305-01-617-4483 5310-01-528-6397 5305-01-466-9745 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-560-7537 5310-01-520-7812 5935-01-654-7678 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-655-0688 5935-01-654-7012 5935-01-654-7468 5935-01-654-8557 5935-01-649-9907 5825-01-629-5338 5340-01-657-0079 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-525-0623 5310-01-520-7812 5895-01-629-5298 5305-01-617-2105 5310-00-933-8120 5310-01-525-0656 5985-01-654-6431 5310-01-543-2318 5310-01-528-6397 5305-00-054-5647 5305-01-543-2338 5998-01-646-5699 5998-01-646-5803 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5804 5998-01-646-5786 5305-00-054-5647 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5784 5310-01-601-4367 5310-01-466-2747 5310-01-543-4076 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 36-F5458 100-68199 0032-0143-00 SCREW-A 100-68201 71-MS3180-20C 71-62480 71-33316 x x x Items 78-85 are a part of Item 36 Item Antenna pedestal case consists of: Description NSN PN Antenna pedestal (antenna pedestal case, including components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Lock-release lever (case latch set) Mounting bracket (tan outrigger assembly, order each separately) Note: Includes feet and bolts Mounting plate (outrigger) Note: Does not include feet or bolts Knob (outrigger mounting knob kit) Continuous thread stud (leveling foot, threaded, 8-in) Note: Does not include knob Knob (black threaded knob for leveling foot) Electrical equipment foot (footpad for outrigger) Hand crank (manual crank, 3/8-in socket) Spring tension clip (clip to secure hand crank) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 11 Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic cover for gearbox) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 13 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 14 Dust and moisture seal protective plug (rubber plug for hand crank cover) Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic top cover, tan) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 17 Loop clamp (large cable holddown clamp) Machine screw (6-32 x 0.50-in cross-tip), used with Item 19 Self-locking hexagon nut (nylon, 5/16-in), used with Item 20 Flat washer (#6), used with Item 21 Electrical plug connector (circular female locking plugs with 3 contacts) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain) Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain, N/UHF) Electrical plug connector (N-female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (TNC female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (F-male connector) Satellite signals navigation set (GPS assembly) Mounting bracket (mounting plate for GPS Assembly (Item 30) with Screws) Machine screw (M4, 0.7mm x 5mm, cross-tip), used to secure the mounting bracket (Item 31) to the GPS Assembly (Item 30) Machine screw (6-32 x 1/2-in, cross-tip), used to secure the GPS assembly (Item 30) with mounting bracket (Item 31) Lock washer (#6), used with Item 33 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 33 Interface control (interface switch for I/O box assembly), refer to Items 78-85 for parts breakdown Machine screw (10-32 x 0.625-in, cross-tip), used to secure I/O box (Item 36) to the antenna pedestal Lock washer (#10), used with Item 37 Flat washer (#10), used with Item 37 Radio frequency power divider (RCA 2-way radio frequency (RF) splitter) Machine screw (8-32 x 1/2-in socket head cap screw), used with Item 40 Self-locking hexagon nut, used with Item 41 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 42 Machine screw (8-32 x 0.375-in cap screw, button head socket), secures the antenna control unit (ACU) cover/front panel to ACU Cover (aluminum), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Machine screw (8-32 x 01/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Circuit card assembly (radio frequency (RF) tuner CCA) Note: GPS Module (Item 64) is bundled with RF Tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip), used with Item 48 Circuit card assembly (azimuth/roll (AZ/RL) polarization motor control (MC) CCA) Machine screw, used with Item 50 Circuit card assembly (CPU CCA), located behind RF tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip) Circuit card assembly (elevation (EL) MC CCA), located behind AZ/RL polarization MC CCA Threaded spacing standoff (M/F standoff, 4-40 x 3/4-in), used with Item 54 Machine screw, used with Item 54 Threaded spacing standoff (M-F hex standoff, 4-40 x 2-in) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 57 Circuit card assembly (levels I/O CCA) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip) Lock washer (#4) Special purpose cable assembly (bulkhead cable assembly that connects 2-way RF splitter to RF tuner CCA), located behind both AZ/RL MC and EL motor control (MC) CCAs Spacer/sleeve (#4, 1/4-in) Self-locking hexagon nut Special purpose cable assembly (part of GLONASS GPS module) Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Circuit card assembly (GLONASS GPS module), located inside the antenna control unit, includes ribbon and mini-coax (Item 65) cables, Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Adjustable resistor (potentiometer, 1K-ohm, 10 turn, 5%) Socket head cap screw (M6, 1 x 16mm) Flat washer (M6) Spacer/sleeve Hexagon nut (1/2-in panel nut) Flat washer (1/2-in diameter, star) Mounting bracket (for adjustable resistor (Item 67), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop, adjustable resistor and gear not included Potentiometer gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Azimuth gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Label (ANTENNA PEDESTAL) Solid nonmetallic wheel (2-in replacement wheel assembly for antenna pedestal case), assembly support one wheel only Indicator light (indicator light with panel nut) Toggle switch (sealed toggle power switch with panel nut) Switch guard Screw (order Item 79 or 82 toggle switch) Toggle switch (sealed DEPLOY/STOW toggle switch w/momentary) Electrical connector cover (MS-3180-20C dust cap for MIL-C-2648G plug) Electrical plug connector (J3 connector, 82-66 Type N bulkhead jack), TX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and lock washer Electrical plug connector (J4 box mounting receptacle connector, size 10), RX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and star washer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77t 20-02559 20-090179301T 70-34001 0102-2210-00 20-50TAL 73-LFL60 20-500LF 20-120321201 70-090492001BLK 991S03-25-1AGV 991W04-1BP 20-426001FS340 92949A194 90107A010 70-00064 90-077177001T 92949A263 19-96129 91400A148 90715A007 90107A007 71-23050 FJ-JR 19-E6023 19-E6016 71-83032 71-15839 71-FPC4F SP-0056-2110-00 0102-2151-01 92010A212 91400A148 92147A420 90107A007 SP-0102-2150-01T 91400A830 MS35338-138 98017A640 69-1001902 94912A225 90101A009 AEW24X164000SE4A00 98164A134 CCA-CVR 91400A106 91400A190 69-21121 9100A124 67-02050 91400A106 69-02055 91400A124 67-04028 91075A434 91400A106 91075A439 91400A106 69-02136 91400A124 92147A415 10-00002 92320A691 90715A005 FXC-0B131E-6 GPSCRD 32-L2002 9129A135 93475A250 92510A660 91862A318 98449A031 BRKT-1 YPB3232 YPB3224 87-02010 90-50123 5340-01-630-0957 5340-01-641-1754 5325-01-657-0101 5325-01-657-0032 5305-01-617-4483 5310-01-528-6397 5305-01-466-9745 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-560-7537 5310-01-520-7812 5935-01-654-7678 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-655-0688 5935-01-654-7012 5935-01-654-7468 5935-01-654-8557 5935-01-649-9907 5825-01-629-5338 5340-01-657-0079 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-525-0623 5310-01-520-7812 5895-01-629-5298 5305-01-617-2105 5310-00-933-8120 5310-01-525-0656 5985-01-654-6431 5310-01-543-2318 5310-01-528-6397 5305-00-054-5647 5305-01-543-2338 5998-01-646-5699 5998-01-646-5803 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5804 5998-01-646-5786 5305-00-054-5647 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5784 5310-01-601-4367 5310-01-466-2747 5310-01-543-4076 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 36-F5458 100-68199 0032-0143-00 SCREW-A 100-68201 71-MS3180-20C 71-62480 71-33316 x x x Items 78-85 are a part of Item 36 Item Description NSN PN Antenna reflector case (carbon fiber reflector assembly/case with components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Antenna reflector case (case only, foamed), Refer to Items 29-33 for parts breakdown Branched special purpose electrical cable assembly (feed boom Hawkeye IIE cable assembly, 4-connector, includes shrink), refer to Items 34-45 for parts breakdown) Antenna support (1.2 meter carbon fiber feed boom) Antenna support (paired support struts with spring latch), must be ordered in pairs Antenna reflector (1.2 meter carbon fiber reflector, 2-piece) Note: Defective fiberglass antenna reflectors are being replaced with carbon fiber. Cable hanger (antenna cable storage bar/plate) Hexagon head cap screw, used with Item 7 Flat washer, used with Item 8 Lock washer, used with Item 8 Quick-release pin (3/8-in diameter T-pin with lanyard) Antenna subassembly (1296 carbon fiber system feed assembly), comprised of feed assembly shell, includes Items 20, 21 and 23-25 Radio frequency amplifier (#1 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, European, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Radio frequency amplifier (#2 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, CONUS, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Radio frequency amplifier (#3 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, INTELSAT, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Label (1) Label (2) Label (3) Electronic frequency converter (6-watt block-up converter (BUC) assembly, Ku-Band, tan), includes quick-disconnect, waveguide window, 4 screws and 1 O-ring Note: Order Item 22 when replacing a 4-watt BUC with a 6-watt BUC Knob Thumbscrew (BUC to feed adapter plate thumbscrew), used with a 4-watt BUC Thumbscrew (BUC to feed adapter plate thumbscrew), used with a 6-watt BUC Electronic communication equipment cover (6-in nylon-coated feed cover with lanyard eye on both ends) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 23 Mounting bracket (attaches to feed boom) Mounting bracket (attaches to feed boom) Adapter plate, supports Items 12 and 19 when using an older feed boom) Electrical plug connector (P/O receive cable), identical to Items 38 and 40 Electrical connector plug (N-male connector for P/O transmit cable), identical to Item 39 Electrical connector plug (N-female cap with chain for transmit cable) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (P/O GPS cable), identical to Items 34 and 40 Electrical connector plug (N-male connector for P/O transmit cable), identical to Item 35 Electrical plug connector (P/O GPS cable), identical to Items 34 and 38 Electrical connector plug (TNC connector crimp-crimp, male, for P/O receive cable) Electrical connector plug (TNC female cap with chain for receive cable) Electrical connector plug (circular male DIN 3-pin locking plugs for P/O compass cable) Direction finder set (feed boom compass assembly) Antenna (antenna control unit (ACU) GPS antenna) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 0102-4010-01T 0102-4155-01 20-090003520 0102-4130-10T 64-120524001 25-10492 03288-04 MS15795-814 92146A031 70-P0285 0102-0800-05T 0102-3337-01T 0102-3335-01T 0102-3336-01T 87-03001 87-03002 87-03003 0102-0800-04T 70-2776K700 25-04853 93585A055 90-P0097 5985-01-629-5307 5305-01-533-1209 5310-00-773-7618 5310-01-446-0892 5985-01-658-1435 5996-01-629-4634 5996-01-629-4855 5996-01-629-5343 5895-01-629-7500 Items 29-33 are part of Item 2 Lock-release lever (case latch, carbon fiber reflector latch kit, black) Solid nonmetallic wheel (replacement for 5x2-in wheel assembly for reflector case), only supports one wheel Solid nonmetallic wheel (replacement for 2-in wheel assembly for reflector case), only supports one wheel Label (REFLECTOR), black letters System pressure regulating valve (pressure relief valve) 29 x x 34 0102-4111-01 x x x Items 34-45 are part of Item 3 Reflector case consists of: Items 12-25 are located in RF Equipment Case. 12/ shell, includes Items 20, 21 and 23-25 Item Antenna pedestal case consists of: Description NSN PN Antenna pedestal (antenna pedestal case, including components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Lock-release lever (case latch set) Mounting bracket (tan outrigger assembly, order each separately) Note: Includes feet and bolts Mounting plate (outrigger) Note: Does not include feet or bolts Knob (outrigger mounting knob kit) Continuous thread stud (leveling foot, threaded, 8-in) Note: Does not include knob Knob (black threaded knob for leveling foot) Electrical equipment foot (footpad for outrigger) Hand crank (manual crank, 3/8-in socket) Spring tension clip (clip to secure hand crank) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 11 Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic cover for gearbox) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 13 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 14 Dust and moisture seal protective plug (rubber plug for hand crank cover) Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic top cover, tan) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 17 Loop clamp (large cable holddown clamp) Machine screw (6-32 x 0.50-in cross-tip), used with Item 19 Self-locking hexagon nut (nylon, 5/16-in), used with Item 20 Flat washer (#6), used with Item 21 Electrical plug connector (circular female locking plugs with 3 contacts) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain) Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain, N/UHF) Electrical plug connector (N-female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (TNC female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (F-male connector) Satellite signals navigation set (GPS assembly) Mounting bracket (mounting plate for GPS Assembly (Item 30) with Screws) Machine screw (M4, 0.7mm x 5mm, cross-tip), used to secure the mounting bracket (Item 31) to the GPS Assembly (Item 30) Machine screw (6-32 x 1/2-in, cross-tip), used to secure the GPS assembly (Item 30) with mounting bracket (Item 31) Lock washer (#6), used with Item 33 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 33 Interface control (interface switch for I/O box assembly), refer to Items 78-85 for parts breakdown Machine screw (10-32 x 0.625-in, cross-tip), used to secure I/O box (Item 36) to the antenna pedestal Lock washer (#10), used with Item 37 Flat washer (#10), used with Item 37 Radio frequency power divider (RCA 2-way radio frequency (RF) splitter) Machine screw (8-32 x 1/2-in socket head cap screw), used with Item 40 Self-locking hexagon nut, used with Item 41 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 42 Machine screw (8-32 x 0.375-in cap screw, button head socket), secures the antenna control unit (ACU) cover/front panel to ACU Cover (aluminum), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Machine screw (8-32 x 01/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Circuit card assembly (radio frequency (RF) tuner CCA) Note: GPS Module (Item 64) is bundled with RF Tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip), used with Item 48 Circuit card assembly (azimuth/roll (AZ/RL) polarization motor control (MC) CCA) Machine screw, used with Item 50 Circuit card assembly (CPU CCA), located behind RF tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip) Circuit card assembly (elevation (EL) MC CCA), located behind AZ/RL polarization MC CCA Threaded spacing standoff (M/F standoff, 4-40 x 3/4-in), used with Item 54 Machine screw, used with Item 54 Threaded spacing standoff (M-F hex standoff, 4-40 x 2-in) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 57 Circuit card assembly (levels I/O CCA) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip) Lock washer (#4) Special purpose cable assembly (bulkhead cable assembly that connects 2-way RF splitter to RF tuner CCA), located behind both AZ/RL MC and EL motor control (MC) CCAs Spacer/sleeve (#4, 1/4-in) Self-locking hexagon nut Special purpose cable assembly (part of GLONASS GPS module) Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Circuit card assembly (GLONASS GPS module), located inside the antenna control unit, includes ribbon and mini-coax (Item 65) cables, Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Adjustable resistor (potentiometer, 1K-ohm, 10 turn, 5%) Socket head cap screw (M6, 1 x 16mm) Flat washer (M6) Spacer/sleeve Hexagon nut (1/2-in panel nut) Flat washer (1/2-in diameter, star) Mounting bracket (for adjustable resistor (Item 67), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop, adjustable resistor and gear not included Potentiometer gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Azimuth gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Label (ANTENNA PEDESTAL) Solid nonmetallic wheel (2-in replacement wheel assembly for antenna pedestal case), assembly support one wheel only Indicator light (indicator light with panel nut) Toggle switch (sealed toggle power switch with panel nut) Switch guard Screw (order Item 79 or 82 toggle switch) Toggle switch (sealed DEPLOY/STOW toggle switch w/momentary) Electrical connector cover (MS-3180-20C dust cap for MIL-C-2648G plug) Electrical plug connector (J3 connector, 82-66 Type N bulkhead jack), TX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and lock washer Electrical plug connector (J4 box mounting receptacle connector, size 10), RX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and star washer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77t 20-02559 20-090179301T 70-34001 0102-2210-00 20-50TAL 73-LFL60 20-500LF 20-120321201 70-090492001BLK 991S03-25-1AGV 991W04-1BP 20-426001FS340 92949A194 90107A010 70-00064 90-077177001T 92949A263 19-96129 91400A148 90715A007 90107A007 71-23050 FJ-JR 19-E6023 19-E6016 71-83032 71-15839 71-FPC4F SP-0056-2110-00 0102-2151-01 92010A212 91400A148 92147A420 90107A007 SP-0102-2150-01T 91400A830 MS35338-138 98017A640 69-1001902 94912A225 90101A009 AEW24X164000SE4A00 98164A134 CCA-CVR 91400A106 91400A190 69-21121 9100A124 67-02050 91400A106 69-02055 91400A124 67-04028 91075A434 91400A106 91075A439 91400A106 69-02136 91400A124 92147A415 10-00002 92320A691 90715A005 FXC-0B131E-6 GPSCRD 32-L2002 9129A135 93475A250 92510A660 91862A318 98449A031 BRKT-1 YPB3232 YPB3224 87-02010 90-50123 5340-01-630-0957 5340-01-641-1754 5325-01-657-0101 5325-01-657-0032 5305-01-617-4483 5310-01-528-6397 5305-01-466-9745 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-560-7537 5310-01-520-7812 5935-01-654-7678 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-655-0688 5935-01-654-7012 5935-01-654-7468 5935-01-654-8557 5935-01-649-9907 5825-01-629-5338 5340-01-657-0079 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-525-0623 5310-01-520-7812 5895-01-629-5298 5305-01-617-2105 5310-00-933-8120 5310-01-525-0656 5985-01-654-6431 5310-01-543-2318 5310-01-528-6397 5305-00-054-5647 5305-01-543-2338 5998-01-646-5699 5998-01-646-5803 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5804 5998-01-646-5786 5305-00-054-5647 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5784 5310-01-601-4367 5310-01-466-2747 5310-01-543-4076 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 36-F5458 100-68199 0032-0143-00 SCREW-A 100-68201 71-MS3180-20C 71-62480 71-33316 x x x Items 78-85 are a part of Item 36 Item Description NSN PN Antenna reflector case (carbon fiber reflector assembly/case with components) 1 0102-4000-01T 5985-01-628-7249 Antenna reflector case (case only, foamed), Refer to Items 29-33 for parts breakdown Branched special purpose electrical cable assembly (feed boom Hawkeye IIE cable assembly, 4-connector, includes shrink), refer to Items 34-45 for parts breakdown) Antenna support (1.2 meter carbon fiber feed boom) Antenna support (paired support struts with spring latch), must be ordered in pairs Antenna reflector (1.2 meter carbon fiber reflector, 2-piece) Note: Defective fiberglass antenna reflectors are being replaced with carbon fiber. Order replacement reflector kit as authorized by the AAL in TM 11-5895-1817-10. Cable hangar (antenna cable storage bar/plate) Hexagon head cap screw, used with Item 7 Flat washer, used with Item 8 Lock washer, used with Item 8 Quick-release pin (3/8-in diameter T-pin with lanyard) Antenna subassembly (1296 carbon fiber system feed assembly), comprised of feed assembly shell Radio frequency amplifier (#1 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, European, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Radio frequency amplifier (#2 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, CONUS, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Radio frequency amplifier (#3 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, INTELSAT, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Label () Label () Label () Electronic frequency converter (6-watt block-up converter (BUC) assembly, Ku-Band, tan), includes quick-disconnect, waveguide window, 4 screws and 1 O-ring (Note: Order Item 22 when replacing a 4-watt BUC with a 6-watt BUC) Knob Thumbscrew (BUC to feed adapter plate thumbscrew), used with a 4-watt BUC Thumbscrew (BUC to feed adapter plate thumbscrew), used with a 6-watt BUC Electronic communication equipment cover (6-in nylon-coated feed cover with lanyard eye on both ends) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 23 Mounting bracket (attaches to feed boom) Mounting bracket (attaches to feed boom) Adapter plate, supports Items 12 and 19 when using an older feed boom) Electrical plug connector (P/O receive cable), identical to Items 38 and 40 Electrical connector plug (N-male connector for P/O transmit cable), identical to Item 39 Electrical connector plug (N-female cap with chain for transmit cable) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (P/O GPS cable), identical to Items 34 and 40 Electrical connector plug (N-male connector for P/O transmit cable), identical to Item 35 Electrical plug connector (P/O GPS cable), identical to Items 34 and 38 Electrical connector plug (TNC connector crimp-crimp, male, for P/O receive cable) Electrical connector plug (TNC female cap with chain for receive cable) Electrical connector plug (circular male DIN 3-pin locking plugs for P/O compass cable) Direction finder set (feed boom compass assembly) Antenna (antenna control unit (ACU) GPS antenna) 2 3 4 5 0102-4010-01T 0102-4155-01 20-090003520 0102-4130-10T 5995-01-628-7197 5985-01-629-9345 5985-01-629-9171 Items 29-33 are part of Item 2 Lock-release lever (case latch, carbon fiber reflector latch kit, black) Solid nonmetallic wheel (replacement for 5x2-in wheel assembly for reflector case), only supports one wheel Solid nonmetallic wheel (replacement for 2-in wheel assembly for reflector case), only supports one wheel Label (REFLECTOR), black letters System pressure regulating valve (pressure relief valve) 29 x x 34 0102-4111-01 x x x Items 34-45 are part of Item 3 Reflector case consists of: Antenna Pedestal Case (continued) Reector Case Item Description NSN PN Antenna reflector case (carbon fiber reflector assembly/case with components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Antenna reflector case (case only, foamed), Refer to Items 29-33 for parts breakdown Branched special purpose electrical cable assembly (feed boom Hawkeye IIE cable assembly, 4-connector, includes shrink), refer to Items 34-45 for parts breakdown) Antenna support (1.2 meter carbon fiber feed boom) Antenna support (paired support struts with spring latch), must be ordered in pairs Antenna reflector (1.2 meter carbon fiber reflector, 2-piece) Note: Defective fiberglass antenna reflectors are being replaced with carbon fiber. Cable hanger (antenna cable storage bar/plate) Hexagon head cap screw, used with Item 7 Flat washer, used with Item 8 Lock washer, used with Item 8 Quick-release pin (3/8-in diameter T-pin with lanyard) Antenna subassembly (1296 carbon fiber system feed assembly), comprised of feed assembly shell, includes Items 20, 21 and 23-25 Radio frequency amplifier (#1 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, European, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Radio frequency amplifier (#2 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, CONUS, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Radio frequency amplifier (#3 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, INTELSAT, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Label (1) Label (2) Label (3) Electronic frequency converter (6-watt block-up converter (BUC) assembly, Ku-Band, tan), includes quick-disconnect, waveguide window, 4 screws and 1 O-ring Note: Order Item 22 when replacing a 4-watt BUC with a 6-watt BUC Knob Thumbscrew (BUC to feed adapter plate thumbscrew), used with a 4-watt BUC Thumbscrew (BUC to feed adapter plate thumbscrew), used with a 6-watt BUC Electronic communication equipment cover (6-in nylon-coated feed cover with lanyard eye on both ends) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 23 Mounting bracket (attaches to feed boom) Mounting bracket (attaches to feed boom) Adapter plate, supports Items 12 and 19 when using an older feed boom) Electrical plug connector (P/O receive cable), identical to Items 38 and 40 Electrical connector plug (N-male connector for P/O transmit cable), identical to Item 39 Electrical connector plug (N-female cap with chain for transmit cable) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (P/O GPS cable), identical to Items 34 and 40 Electrical connector plug (N-male connector for P/O transmit cable), identical to Item 35 Electrical plug connector (P/O GPS cable), identical to Items 34 and 38 Electrical connector plug (TNC connector crimp-crimp, male, for P/O receive cable) Electrical connector plug (TNC female cap with chain for receive cable) Electrical connector plug (circular male DIN 3-pin locking plugs for P/O compass cable) Direction finder set (feed boom compass assembly) Antenna (antenna control unit (ACU) GPS antenna) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 0102-4010-01T 0102-4155-01 20-090003520 0102-4130-10T 64-120524001 25-10492 03288-04 MS15795-814 92146A031 70-P0285 0102-0800-05T 0102-3337-01T 0102-3335-01T 0102-3336-01T 87-03001 87-03002 87-03003 0102-0800-04T 70-2776K700 25-04853 93585A055 90-P0097 5985-01-629-5307 5305-01-533-1209 5310-00-773-7618 5310-01-446-0892 5985-01-658-1435 5996-01-629-4634 5996-01-629-4855 5996-01-629-5343 5895-01-629-7500 Items 29-33 are part of Item 2 Lock-release lever (case latch, carbon fiber reflector latch kit, black) Solid nonmetallic wheel (replacement for 5x2-in wheel assembly for reflector case), only supports one wheel Solid nonmetallic wheel (replacement for 2-in wheel assembly for reflector case), only supports one wheel Label (REFLECTOR), black letters System pressure regulating valve (pressure relief valve) 29 x x 34 0102-4111-01 x x x Items 34-45 are part of Item 3 Reflector case consists of: Items 12-25 are located in RF Equipment Case. 12/ shell, includes Items 20, 21 and 23-25 Items 12-25 are located in RF Equipment Case. 781 50-51.indd All Pages 10/24/17 12:29 PM

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Item Antenna pedestal case consists of: Description NSN PN Antenna pedestal (antenna pedestal case, including components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Lock-release lever (case latch set) Mounting bracket (tan outrigger assembly, order each separately) Note: Includes feet and bolts Mounting plate (outrigger) Note: Does not include feet or bolts Knob (outrigger mounting knob kit) Continuous thread stud (leveling foot, threaded, 8-in) Note: Does not include knob Knob (black threaded knob for leveling foot) Electrical equipment foot (footpad for outrigger) Hand crank (manual crank, 3/8-in socket) Spring tension clip (clip to secure hand crank) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 11 Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic cover for gearbox) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 13 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 14 Dust and moisture seal protective plug (rubber plug for hand crank cover) Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic top cover, tan) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 17 Loop clamp (large cable holddown clamp) Machine screw (6-32 x 0.50-in cross-tip), used with Item 19 Self-locking hexagon nut (nylon, 5/16-in), used with Item 20 Flat washer (#6), used with Item 21 Electrical plug connector (circular female locking plugs with 3 contacts) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain) Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain, N/UHF) Electrical plug connector (N-female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (TNC female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (F-male connector) Satellite signals navigation set (GPS assembly) Mounting bracket (mounting plate for GPS Assembly (Item 30) with Screws) Machine screw (M4, 0.7mm x 5mm, cross-tip), used to secure the mounting bracket (Item 31) to the GPS Assembly (Item 30) Machine screw (6-32 x 1/2-in, cross-tip), used to secure the GPS assembly (Item 30) with mounting bracket (Item 31) Lock washer (#6), used with Item 33 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 33 Interface control (interface switch for I/O box assembly), refer to Items 78-85 for parts breakdown Machine screw (10-32 x 0.625-in, cross-tip), used to secure I/O box (Item 36) to the antenna pedestal Lock washer (#10), used with Item 37 Flat washer (#10), used with Item 37 Radio frequency power divider (RCA 2-way radio frequency (RF) splitter) Machine screw (8-32 x 1/2-in socket head cap screw), used with Item 40 Self-locking hexagon nut, used with Item 41 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 42 Machine screw (8-32 x 0.375-in cap screw, button head socket), secures the antenna control unit (ACU) cover/front panel to ACU Cover (aluminum), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Machine screw (8-32 x 01/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Circuit card assembly (radio frequency (RF) tuner CCA) Note: GPS Module (Item 64) is bundled with RF Tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip), used with Item 48 Circuit card assembly (azimuth/roll (AZ/RL) polarization motor control (MC) CCA) Machine screw, used with Item 50 Circuit card assembly (CPU CCA), located behind RF tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip) Circuit card assembly (elevation (EL) MC CCA), located behind AZ/RL polarization MC CCA Threaded spacing standoff (M/F standoff, 4-40 x 3/4-in), used with Item 54 Machine screw, used with Item 54 Threaded spacing standoff (M-F hex standoff, 4-40 x 2-in) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 57 Circuit card assembly (levels I/O CCA) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip) Lock washer (#4) Special purpose cable assembly (bulkhead cable assembly that connects 2-way RF splitter to RF tuner CCA), located behind both AZ/RL MC and EL motor control (MC) CCAs Spacer/sleeve (#4, 1/4-in) Self-locking hexagon nut Special purpose cable assembly (part of GLONASS GPS module) Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Circuit card assembly (GLONASS GPS module), located inside the antenna control unit, includes ribbon and mini-coax (Item 65) cables, Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Adjustable resistor (potentiometer, 1K-ohm, 10 turn, 5%) Socket head cap screw (M6, 1 x 16mm) Flat washer (M6) Spacer/sleeve Hexagon nut (1/2-in panel nut) Flat washer (1/2-in diameter, star) Mounting bracket (for adjustable resistor (Item 67), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop, adjustable resistor and gear not included Potentiometer gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Azimuth gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Label (ANTENNA PEDESTAL) Solid nonmetallic wheel (2-in replacement wheel assembly for antenna pedestal case), assembly support one wheel only Indicator light (indicator light with panel nut) Toggle switch (sealed toggle power switch with panel nut) Switch guard Screw (order Item 79 or 82 toggle switch) Toggle switch (sealed DEPLOY/STOW toggle switch w/momentary) Electrical connector cover (MS-3180-20C dust cap for MIL-C-2648G plug) Electrical plug connector (J3 connector, 82-66 Type N bulkhead jack), TX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and lock washer Electrical plug connector (J4 box mounting receptacle connector, size 10), RX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and star washer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77t 20-02559 20-090179301T 70-34001 0102-2210-00 20-50TAL 73-LFL60 20-500LF 20-120321201 70-090492001BLK 991S03-25-1AGV 991W04-1BP 20-426001FS340 92949A194 90107A010 70-00064 90-077177001T 92949A263 19-96129 91400A148 90715A007 90107A007 71-23050 FJ-JR 19-E6023 19-E6016 71-83032 71-15839 71-FPC4F SP-0056-2110-00 0102-2151-01 92010A212 91400A148 92147A420 90107A007 SP-0102-2150-01T 91400A830 MS35338-138 98017A640 69-1001902 94912A225 90101A009 AEW24X164000SE4A00 98164A134 CCA-CVR 91400A106 91400A190 69-21121 9100A124 67-02050 91400A106 69-02055 91400A124 67-04028 91075A434 91400A106 91075A439 91400A106 69-02136 91400A124 92147A415 10-00002 92320A691 90715A005 FXC-0B131E-6 GPSCRD 32-L2002 9129A135 93475A250 92510A660 91862A318 98449A031 BRKT-1 YPB3232 YPB3224 87-02010 90-50123 5340-01-630-0957 5340-01-641-1754 5325-01-657-0101 5325-01-657-0032 5305-01-617-4483 5310-01-528-6397 5305-01-466-9745 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-560-7537 5310-01-520-7812 5935-01-654-7678 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-655-0688 5935-01-654-7012 5935-01-654-7468 5935-01-654-8557 5935-01-649-9907 5825-01-629-5338 5340-01-657-0079 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-525-0623 5310-01-520-7812 5895-01-629-5298 5305-01-617-2105 5310-00-933-8120 5310-01-525-0656 5985-01-654-6431 5310-01-543-2318 5310-01-528-6397 5305-00-054-5647 5305-01-543-2338 5998-01-646-5699 5998-01-646-5803 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5804 5998-01-646-5786 5305-00-054-5647 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5784 5310-01-601-4367 5310-01-466-2747 5310-01-543-4076 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 36-F5458 100-68199 0032-0143-00 SCREW-A 100-68201 71-MS3180-20C 71-62480 71-33316 x x x Items 78-85 are a part of Item 36 Item Antenna pedestal case consists of: Description NSN PN Antenna pedestal (antenna pedestal case, including components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Lock-release lever (case latch set) Mounting bracket (tan outrigger assembly, order each separately) Note: Includes feet and bolts Mounting plate (outrigger) Note: Does not include feet or bolts Knob (outrigger mounting knob kit) Continuous thread stud (leveling foot, threaded, 8-in) Note: Does not include knob Knob (black threaded knob for leveling foot) Electrical equipment foot (footpad for outrigger) Hand crank (manual crank, 3/8-in socket) Spring tension clip (clip to secure hand crank) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 11 Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic cover for gearbox) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 13 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 14 Dust and moisture seal protective plug (rubber plug for hand crank cover) Electronic communication equipment cover (plastic top cover, tan) Socket head cap screw, used with Item 17 Loop clamp (large cable holddown clamp) Machine screw (6-32 x 0.50-in cross-tip), used with Item 19 Self-locking hexagon nut (nylon, 5/16-in), used with Item 20 Flat washer (#6), used with Item 21 Electrical plug connector (circular female locking plugs with 3 contacts) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain) Electrical plug connector (TNC male dust cap with chain, N/UHF) Electrical plug connector (N-female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (TNC female crimp connector) Electrical plug connector (F-male connector) Satellite signals navigation set (GPS assembly) Mounting bracket (mounting plate for GPS Assembly (Item 30) with Screws) Machine screw (M4, 0.7mm x 5mm, cross-tip), used to secure the mounting bracket (Item 31) to the GPS Assembly (Item 30) Machine screw (6-32 x 1/2-in, cross-tip), used to secure the GPS assembly (Item 30) with mounting bracket (Item 31) Lock washer (#6), used with Item 33 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 33 Interface control (interface switch for I/O box assembly), refer to Items 78-85 for parts breakdown Machine screw (10-32 x 0.625-in, cross-tip), used to secure I/O box (Item 36) to the antenna pedestal Lock washer (#10), used with Item 37 Flat washer (#10), used with Item 37 Radio frequency power divider (RCA 2-way radio frequency (RF) splitter) Machine screw (8-32 x 1/2-in socket head cap screw), used with Item 40 Self-locking hexagon nut, used with Item 41 Flat washer (#8), used with Item 42 Machine screw (8-32 x 0.375-in cap screw, button head socket), secures the antenna control unit (ACU) cover/front panel to ACU Cover (aluminum), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Machine screw (8-32 x 01/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 45 Circuit card assembly (radio frequency (RF) tuner CCA) Note: GPS Module (Item 64) is bundled with RF Tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip), used with Item 48 Circuit card assembly (azimuth/roll (AZ/RL) polarization motor control (MC) CCA) Machine screw, used with Item 50 Circuit card assembly (CPU CCA), located behind RF tuner CCA Machine screw (4-40 x 1.25-in cross-tip) Circuit card assembly (elevation (EL) MC CCA), located behind AZ/RL polarization MC CCA Threaded spacing standoff (M/F standoff, 4-40 x 3/4-in), used with Item 54 Machine screw, used with Item 54 Threaded spacing standoff (M-F hex standoff, 4-40 x 2-in) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip), used with Item 57 Circuit card assembly (levels I/O CCA) Machine screw (4-40 x 1/4-in cross-tip) Lock washer (#4) Special purpose cable assembly (bulkhead cable assembly that connects 2-way RF splitter to RF tuner CCA), located behind both AZ/RL MC and EL motor control (MC) CCAs Spacer/sleeve (#4, 1/4-in) Self-locking hexagon nut Special purpose cable assembly (part of GLONASS GPS module) Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Circuit card assembly (GLONASS GPS module), located inside the antenna control unit, includes ribbon and mini-coax (Item 65) cables, Note: Order RF tuner CCA, NSN 5998-01-646-5699 Adjustable resistor (potentiometer, 1K-ohm, 10 turn, 5%) Socket head cap screw (M6, 1 x 16mm) Flat washer (M6) Spacer/sleeve Hexagon nut (1/2-in panel nut) Flat washer (1/2-in diameter, star) Mounting bracket (for adjustable resistor (Item 67), item is fabricated by the Brigade Support Battalion Allied Trade Shop, adjustable resistor and gear not included Potentiometer gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Azimuth gear (order Item 67, adjustable resistor) Label (ANTENNA PEDESTAL) Solid nonmetallic wheel (2-in replacement wheel assembly for antenna pedestal case), assembly support one wheel only Indicator light (indicator light with panel nut) Toggle switch (sealed toggle power switch with panel nut) Switch guard Screw (order Item 79 or 82 toggle switch) Toggle switch (sealed DEPLOY/STOW toggle switch w/momentary) Electrical connector cover (MS-3180-20C dust cap for MIL-C-2648G plug) Electrical plug connector (J3 connector, 82-66 Type N bulkhead jack), TX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and lock washer Electrical plug connector (J4 box mounting receptacle connector, size 10), RX IN from antenna pedestal side, includes hexagon nut and star washer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77t 20-02559 20-090179301T 70-34001 0102-2210-00 20-50TAL 73-LFL60 20-500LF 20-120321201 70-090492001BLK 991S03-25-1AGV 991W04-1BP 20-426001FS340 92949A194 90107A010 70-00064 90-077177001T 92949A263 19-96129 91400A148 90715A007 90107A007 71-23050 FJ-JR 19-E6023 19-E6016 71-83032 71-15839 71-FPC4F SP-0056-2110-00 0102-2151-01 92010A212 91400A148 92147A420 90107A007 SP-0102-2150-01T 91400A830 MS35338-138 98017A640 69-1001902 94912A225 90101A009 AEW24X164000SE4A00 98164A134 CCA-CVR 91400A106 91400A190 69-21121 9100A124 67-02050 91400A106 69-02055 91400A124 67-04028 91075A434 91400A106 91075A439 91400A106 69-02136 91400A124 92147A415 10-00002 92320A691 90715A005 FXC-0B131E-6 GPSCRD 32-L2002 9129A135 93475A250 92510A660 91862A318 98449A031 BRKT-1 YPB3232 YPB3224 87-02010 90-50123 5340-01-630-0957 5340-01-641-1754 5325-01-657-0101 5325-01-657-0032 5305-01-617-4483 5310-01-528-6397 5305-01-466-9745 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-560-7537 5310-01-520-7812 5935-01-654-7678 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-655-0688 5935-01-654-7012 5935-01-654-7468 5935-01-654-8557 5935-01-649-9907 5825-01-629-5338 5340-01-657-0079 5305-01-530-2631 5310-01-525-0623 5310-01-520-7812 5895-01-629-5298 5305-01-617-2105 5310-00-933-8120 5310-01-525-0656 5985-01-654-6431 5310-01-543-2318 5310-01-528-6397 5305-00-054-5647 5305-01-543-2338 5998-01-646-5699 5998-01-646-5803 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5804 5998-01-646-5786 5305-00-054-5647 5305-00-054-5647 5998-01-646-5784 5310-01-601-4367 5310-01-466-2747 5310-01-543-4076 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 36-F5458 100-68199 0032-0143-00 SCREW-A 100-68201 71-MS3180-20C 71-62480 71-33316 x x x Items 78-85 are a part of Item 36 Item Description NSN PN Antenna reflector case (carbon fiber reflector assembly/case with components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Antenna reflector case (case only, foamed), Refer to Items 29-33 for parts breakdown Branched special purpose electrical cable assembly (feed boom Hawkeye IIE cable assembly, 4-connector, includes shrink), refer to Items 34-45 for parts breakdown) Antenna support (1.2 meter carbon fiber feed boom) Antenna support (paired support struts with spring latch), must be ordered in pairs Antenna reflector (1.2 meter carbon fiber reflector, 2-piece) Note: Defective fiberglass antenna reflectors are being replaced with carbon fiber. Order replacement reflector kit as authorized by the AAL in TM 11-5895-1817-10. Cable hangar (antenna cable storage bar/plate) Hexagon head cap screw, used with Item 7 Flat washer, used with Item 8 Lock washer, used with Item 8 Quick-release pin (3/8-in diameter T-pin with lanyard) Antenna subassembly (1296 carbon fiber system feed assembly), comprised of feed assembly shell Radio frequency amplifier (#1 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, European, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Radio frequency amplifier (#2 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, CONUS, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Radio frequency amplifier (#3 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, INTELSAT, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Label () Label () Label () Electronic frequency converter (6-watt block-up converter (BUC) assembly, Ku-Band, tan), includes quick-disconnect, waveguide window, 4 screws and 1 O-ring (Note: Order Item 22 when replacing a 4-watt BUC with a 6-watt BUC) Knob Thumbscrew (BUC to feed adapter plate thumbscrew), used with a 4-watt BUC Thumbscrew (BUC to feed adapter plate thumbscrew), used with a 6-watt BUC Electronic communication equipment cover (6-in nylon-coated feed cover with lanyard eye on both ends) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 23 Mounting bracket (attaches to feed boom) Mounting bracket (attaches to feed boom) Adapter plate, supports Items 12 and 19 when using an older feed boom) Electrical plug connector (P/O receive cable), identical to Items 38 and 40 Electrical connector plug (N-male connector for P/O transmit cable), identical to Item 39 Electrical connector plug (N-female cap with chain for transmit cable) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (P/O GPS cable), identical to Items 34 and 40 Electrical connector plug (N-male connector for P/O transmit cable), identical to Item 35 Electrical plug connector (P/O GPS cable), identical to Items 34 and 38 Electrical connector plug (TNC connector crimp-crimp, male, for P/O receive cable) Electrical connector plug (TNC female cap with chain for receive cable) Electrical connector plug (circular male DIN 3-pin locking plugs for P/O compass cable) Direction finder set (feed boom compass assembly) Antenna (antenna control unit (ACU) GPS antenna) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 0102-4010-01T 0102-4155-01 20-090003520 0102-4130-10T 64-120524001 25-10492 03288-04 MS15795-814 92146A031 70-P0285 0102-0800-05T 0102-3337-01T 0102-3335-01T 0102-3336-01T 87-03001 87-03002 87-03003 0102-0800-04T 70-2776K700 25-04853 93585A055 90-P0097 5985-01-629-5307 5305-01-533-1209 5310-00-773-7618 5310-01-446-0892 5985-01-658-1435 5996-01-629-4634 5996-01-629-4855 5996-01-629-5343 5895-01-629-7500 Lock-release lever (case latch, carbon fiber reflector latch kit, black) Solid nonmetallic wheel (replacement for 5x2-in wheel assembly for reflector case), only supports one wheel Solid nonmetallic wheel (replacement for 2-in wheel assembly for reflector case), only supports one wheel Label (REFLECTOR), black letters System pressure regulating valve (pressure relief valve) 29 30 31 32 33 24 25 26 27 28 0102-4111-01 0084-4290-00 90-50123 87-04011 70-30000 72-00218 72-00220 70-120620001 20-00045 20-090003521 5325-01-656-9974 5325-01-657-0032 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 42 43 44 45 71-FPC4F 71-36421 19-E6018 FJ-JR 71-FPC4F 71-36421 71-FPC4F 71-31126 19-E6021 71-23064 0102-4160-11 57-02013P 5935-01-649-9907 5935-01-654-7688 5935-01-655-0685 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-649-9907 5935-01-654-7688 5935-01-649-9907 5935-01-655-5576 5935-01-655-0687 5935-01-654-7692 5825-01-640-7837 5985-01-629-9427 x x x Reflector case consists of: Items 29-33 are part of Item 2 Items 34-45 are part of Item 3 Item Description NSN PN Antenna reflector case (carbon fiber reflector assembly/case with components) 1 0102-2000-01T 5985-01-628-8942 Antenna reflector case (case only, foamed), Refer to Items 29-33 for parts breakdown Branched special purpose electrical cable assembly (feed boom Hawkeye IIE cable assembly, 4-connector, includes shrink), refer to Items 34-45 for parts breakdown) Antenna support (1.2 meter carbon fiber feed boom) Antenna support (paired support struts with spring latch), must be ordered in pairs Antenna reflector (1.2 meter carbon fiber reflector, 2-piece) Note: Defective fiberglass antenna reflectors are being replaced with carbon fiber. Order replacement reflector kit as authorized by the AAL in TM 11-5895-1817-10. Cable hangar (antenna cable storage bar/plate) Hexagon head cap screw, used with Item 7 Flat washer, used with Item 8 Lock washer, used with Item 8 Quick-release pin (3/8-in diameter T-pin with lanyard) Antenna subassembly (1296 carbon fiber system feed assembly), comprised of feed assembly shell Radio frequency amplifier (#1 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, European, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Radio frequency amplifier (#2 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, CONUS, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Radio frequency amplifier (#3 low noise blockdown (LNB) converter assembly, INTELSAT, tan), includes quick-disconnect and waveguide window Label () Label () Label () Electronic frequency converter (6-watt block-up converter (BUC) assembly, Ku-Band, tan), includes quick-disconnect, waveguide window, 4 screws and 1 O-ring (Note: Order Item 22 when replacing a 4-watt BUC with a 6-watt BUC) Knob Thumbscrew (BUC to feed adapter plate thumbscrew), used with a 4-watt BUC Thumbscrew (BUC to feed adapter plate thumbscrew), used with a 6-watt BUC Electronic communication equipment cover (6-in nylon-coated feed cover with lanyard eye on both ends) Turnlock fastener assembly (1/4 turn fastener) Retaining ring, used with Item 23 Mounting bracket (attaches to feed boom) Mounting bracket (attaches to feed boom) Adapter plate, supports Items 12 and 19 when using an older feed boom) Electrical plug connector (P/O receive cable), identical to Items 38 and 40 Electrical connector plug (N-male connector for P/O transmit cable), identical to Item 39 Electrical connector plug (N-female cap with chain for transmit cable) Connector adapter (female adapter), includes hex head nut and star lock washer Electrical plug connector (P/O GPS cable), identical to Items 34 and 40 Electrical connector plug (N-male connector for P/O transmit cable), identical to Item 35 Electrical plug connector (P/O GPS cable), identical to Items 34 and 38 Electrical connector plug (TNC connector crimp-crimp, male, for P/O receive cable) Electrical connector plug (TNC female cap with chain for receive cable) Electrical connector plug (circular male DIN 3-pin locking plugs for P/O compass cable) Direction finder set (feed boom compass assembly) Antenna (antenna control unit (ACU) GPS antenna) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 0102-4010-01T 0102-4155-01 20-090003520 0102-4130-10T 64-120524001 25-10492 03288-04 MS15795-814 92146A031 70-P0285 0102-0800-05T 0102-3337-01T 0102-3335-01T 0102-3336-01T 87-03001 87-03002 87-03003 0102-0800-04T 70-2776K700 25-04853 93585A055 90-P0097 5985-01-629-5307 5305-01-533-1209 5310-00-773-7618 5310-01-446-0892 5985-01-658-1435 5996-01-629-4634 5996-01-629-4855 5996-01-629-5343 5895-01-629-7500 Lock-release lever (case latch, carbon fiber reflector latch kit, black) Solid nonmetallic wheel (replacement for 5x2-in wheel assembly for reflector case), only supports one wheel Solid nonmetallic wheel (replacement for 2-in wheel assembly for reflector case), only supports one wheel Label (REFLECTOR), black letters System pressure regulating valve (pressure relief valve) 29 30 31 32 33 24 25 26 27 28 0102-4111-01 0084-4290-00 90-50123 87-04011 70-30000 991S03-18-1AGV 991W04-1BP 70-120620001 20-00045 20-090003521 5325-01-656-9974 5325-01-657-0032 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 42 43 44 45 46 71-FPC4F 71-36421 19-E6018 FJ-JR 71-FPC4F 71-36421 71-FPC4F 71-31126 19-E6021 71-23064 0102-4160-11 57-02013P 5935-01-649-9907 5935-01-654-7688 5935-01-655-0685 5935-01-617-5174 5935-01-649-9907 5935-01-654-7688 5935-01-649-9907 5935-01-655-5576 5935-01-655-0687 5935-01-654-7692 5825-01-640-7837 5985-01-629-9427 x x x Reflector case consists of: Items 29-33 are part of Item 2 Items 34-45 are part of Item 3 Reector Case (continued) At the website, click onCombat Service Support (CSS)Very Small Aperture Terminal (vSat)and then navigate to the area you need. For IAVA alerts/software baselines, hover over INFO CENTER and click SOFTWARE.For technical and training documentation, hover over INFO CENTER and click documents. To access the communication bulletin, click on maintenance action message (mam), then scroll down and click oncss vsat communication bulletin. To turn in unserviceable equipment, coordinate with your local sustainment automation support management office (SASMO), LOG-IT LARs and 94F Communications and Electronics (C&E) shops for field-level maintenance support. Youll find more info on CSS VSAT operation, maintenance, and repair parts and special tools in TMs 11-5895-181 7 -10 and 11-5895-181 7 -23&P. Download a copy from the LOGSA ETM website: For CSS VSAT 1.2M-E questions (other than requisitioning components or systems), contact Ruby Hancock at ( 7 03) 806-8483 or email: For National Guard hardware questions, contact Robert DeGraffenreid at ( 7 03) 601-6184 or email: For Army Reserve questions, contact Frank Howard at (910) 5 7 0-9551 Unserviceable LRU s should be disposed of according to ITS SMR and demil codes. For hardware questions, contact CECOM Item manager,Virna Scott, at (443) 395-1183 or email: Or contact CECOM ILS Manager, Truong Le (Also POC for FSRs and LARs), at (443) 395-1188 or email: You can also find a complete list of components that have NSNs in the CSS VSATs TM 11-5895-181 7 -23&P and on the PL DWTS website: 781 52-53.indd All Pages 10/24/17 12:29 PM tnnn ail: or em nnb rfnntnb bnnb r nb fn

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Here to announce this years winners of the 201 7 Logistics Excellence Award, Master Sergeant Half-Mast and Cloe! 54 PS 781 DEC 17 55 PS 781 DEC 17 Active Army Modied Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE)Small Category:Winner: B Co, Grp Spt Bn, 3d SF Grp (Airborne), Ft Bragg, NC (USASOC) Runner-Up: HQ and HQ Det, 261st Multifunctional Med Bn, Ft Bragg, NC (FORSCOM)MTOE Medium Category:Winner: 58th MP Co, 728th MP Bn, Schoeld Barracks, HI (USARPAC) Runner-Up: 551st MP Co, 716th MP Bn, Ft Campbell, KY (FORSCOM)MTOE Large Category:Winner: 864th Engr Bn, 555th Engr Bde, JBLM, WA (FORSCOM) Runner-Up: 1st Bn, 320th FA Regt, Ft Campbell, KY (FORSCOM)Table of Distribution and Allowances (TDA)Winner: AFSB-NE Asia, Camp Carroll, Korea (AMC) Runner-Up: Materiel Spt Cmd-Korea, Camp Carroll, Korea (USARPAC) Maintenance Winners and Runners-Up Army National Guard (ARNG)MTOE Small Category:Winner: F Co, 186th Bde Spt Bn, Brockton, MA (ARNG)Runner-Up: A Trp, 2d Sqdn, 106th Cav,Pontiac, IL (ARNG)MTOE Medium Category:Winner: HQ, 35th Inf Div, Ft Leavenworth, KS (ARNG) Runner-Up: 1460th Trans Co, 246th Trans Bn, Midland, MI (ARNG) TDA CategoryWinner: Surface Maint Managers Ofce, Lincoln, NE (ARNG) Runner-Up: Field Maint Shop-3, Arden Hills, MN (ARNG) LOGISTICS 2017 Logistics Excellence Awards Congratulations to the winners and runners-up of this years Chief of Staff of the Army Logistics Excellence Awards! Your selection for this award means that your organizations logistics program is the best in the Army! Without further ado, the winners are 2017 Logistics Excellence Awards Save the Space! Use the Right Software Version 781 54s-55.indd All Pages 10/16/17 10:24 PM

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57 PS 781 DEC 17 Active Army Deployment CategorySmall CategoryWinner: 902d Engr Construction Co, Grafenwoehr, Germany (USAREUR) Runner-Up: B-Btry, 5-7 ADA, Vilseck, Germany (USAREUR)Large Category:Winner: 2d Cav Regt Spt Sqdn, Vilseck, Germany (USAREUR) Runner-Up: 2d Sqdn, 2d Cav, Vilseck, Germany (USAREUR)Supporting CategoryWinner: 635th Trans Det, Grafenwoehr, Germany (USAREUR) Runner-Up: 386th Trans Det, Vicenza, Italy (USAREUR) ARNG Deploying Unit CategoryLarge CategoryWinner: 134th Spt Bn, Little Falls, MN (ARNG)Small CategoryWinner: 176th Engr Co (Vertical), Snohomish, WA (ARNG) Army Reserve Command (USARC)MTOE Small CategoryWinner: E Co, 8-229th Attack Recon Bn, Ft Knox, KY (USARC) MTOE Medium CategoryWinner: 353d Trans Co, 457th Trans Bn, Buffalo, MN (USARC) Runner-Up: 298th Spt Maint Co, 378th CSSB, Altoona, PA (USARC) TDA CategoryWinner: AMSA -112 (Ground) 99th Reg Spt Cmd, Lock Haven, PA (USARC) Runner-Up: AMSA-61 (Ground), 88th Reg Spt Cmd, Boise, ID (USARC) Aviation CategoryWinner: HHC, 3d Bn, 160th SO Avn Regt (Airborne), Hunter Army Aireld, GA (USASOC) Runner-Up: 3d MI Bn (Aerial Exploitation), Camp Humphreys, Korea (INSCOM)All Others CategoryWinner: 7th Korean Svc Corps Co, Camp Casey, Korea (USARPAC) Runner-Up: Busan Storage Ctr, Busan, Korea (USARPAC)Depot CategoryWinner: Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX (AMC) Army Installation CategoryCONUSWinner: Logs Readiness Ctr, Ft Bragg, NC (AMC) Runner-Up: 407th AFSB, Logs Readiness Ctr, Ft Hood, TX (AMC)OCONUS Operational DeploymentWinner: 3d ABCT, 1st Cav Div, Ft Hood, TX (FORSCOM) Active Army Level I (A) Company Supply MTOEWinner: MI Co, Grp Spt Bn Grp, 7th SF Grp (Airborne), Eglin Air Force Base, FL (USASOC) Runner-Up: 5th QM Co, 39th Trans Bn, Kaiserslautern, Germany (USAREUR)Level I (B) CO Supply TDAWinner: HHC, 369th Adjutant General Bn, Ft Jackson, SC (TRADOC) Runner-Up: SFC Christopher R. Brevard NCO Academy, JBER, AK (USARPAC)Level II (A) Property Book Operations MTOEWinner: 39th Trans Bn, 16th Sus Bde, Kaiserslautern, Germany (USAREUR) Runner-Up: 17th FA Bde, 7th Inf Div, I Corps, JBLM, WA (FORSCOM)Level II (B) Property Book Operations TDAWinner: USA Material Spt Cmd-Korea, 19th Expeditionary Sust Cmd, Camp Carroll, Korea (USARPAC) Runner-Up: 7th Army Trng Cmd, Grafenwoehr, Germany (USAREUR)Level III (A) Brigade/Battalion MTOEWinner: 1st Air Cav Bde, Ft Hood, TX (FORSCOM) Runner-Up: 46th Avn Spt Bn, JBLM, WA (FORSCOM)Level VI (A) Supply Support Activity MTOEWinner: E CO, 2d Bn, 43d ADA Regt, Ft Bliss, TX (FORSCOM) Runner-Up: 574th QM Co, 17th CSSB, Ft Wainwright, AK (USARPAC)Level IV (B) Supply Support Activity TDAWinner: 498th CSSB, Camp Carroll, Korea (USARPAC) Runner-Up: Supply Acty Europe, Theater Logs Supt Ctr-Europe, Wackernheim, Germany (USAREUR Army National GuardLevel I (A) Company MTOEWinner: 175th Spt Co, 84th Trp Cmd, Appleton, MN (ARNG)Level I (B) Company TDAWinner: 209th Regt Trng Inst, Ashland, NE (ARNG) Runner-Up: 106th Regt Trng Inst, Cortland, NY (ARNG)Level II (B) Property Book Operations TDAWinner: HQ, 57th Trp Cmd, Atlantic City, NJ (ARNG)Level III (A) Brigade/Battalion MTOEWinner: 110th Med Bn, Lincoln, NE (ARNG) Runner-Up: HQ, 2d Sqdn, 107th Cav Reg, Hamilton, OH (ARNG)Army ReserveLevel I (A) Company MTOEWinner: 733d Trans Co, Reading, PA (USARC) Runner-Up: HHC, 533d Bde Spt Bn, Ft Totten, Flushin, NY (USARC)Level I (B) Company TDAWinner: AMSA #131, Jeffersonville, IN (USARC) Best of the Best! MaintenanceAMSA -112 (Ground) 99th Reg Spt Cmd, Lock Haven, PA (USARC) Deployment2d Cav Regt Spt Sqdn, Vilseck, Germany (USAREUR)Supply733d Trans Co, Reading, PA (USARC) Deployment Winners and Runners-Up Supply Winners and Runners-Up want to see your unit listed here next year? You can make it happen! The LEA competition is tough! But when everyone does their best, we ALL win! 781 56-57.indd All Pages 10/16/17 10:24 PM

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58 PS 781 DEC 17 Running out of storage space for important hard-copy records and les? The Defense Logistics Agency Information Operations Document Services can help. Document Services can convert all types and sizes of documents into a searchable PDF format. That saves critical storage space while helping you stay audit-ready. As an added bonus, digital documents wont degrade over time like paper les and Document Services can even repair documents that are damaged before theyre scanned. Worried about security? Dont be! Document Services has facilities and technicians authorized to convert condential or secret documents and securely destroy the physical copies for you! So whether you need digitized documents saved to a disc or a secure hard drive, let Document Services help. For more information, check out their website: http://www.dla.mil/HQ/InformationOperations/ DocumentServices/ScanningandConversion/ Sep 2017 Feb 2017 Sep 2016 Sep 2015 Sep 2014 Dec 2013 Jun 2012 Release 2.1.11.5 2.1.11.1 2.1.11 2.1.10 2.1.9 2.1.8 2.1.7 Viewer 3.10.6.3 3.10.6.2 3.10.6 3.10.5 3.10.4 3.10.3 3.10 ADM 1.11.7.4 1.11.7.4 1.11.7 1.11.6 1.11.5 1.11.4 1.11 Publisher Applocker release MIL-STD-40051B release Notes New versions of the Electronic Maintenance Software (EMs) Viewer and the EMs Publisher are released every year. The new releases help you keep up with changes to the military standard and fix software issues while introducing new features. The TACOM EMS Team does a great job of making sure that content fromolder versions of Publisher will work with thenewest version of Viewer. While backwards compatibility is built in, they cant always guarantee forward compatibility. RIGHT DLA MSD Use the RIGHT Software Version Need help? Use this EMS release guide: wHY WonT the MsD Open this pubLisher file in ViewEr? That means content from the newer version of Publisher might not always work in older versions of Viewer. so make sure that the version of Viewer is as new as or newer than the Publisher version. DLA inFormation operations is here to help rescue you from the hOrRor of too many paper files! um, capTain? I think you nEed to SeE this Whats the matter, private? is everytHinG aLrig land o goshen! I think its hiGh tiMe we caLled DLA inFormation operations! 781 58-59.indd All Pages 10/27/17 1:55 PM

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60 61 PS 781 PS 781 DEC 17 DEC 17 Page 25 of PS 77 5 (Jun 1 7 ) gave instructions on how to make a plexiglass scraper for removing old pro-seal. Dont use a grinder to form the 45-degree angle! The plexiglass might shatter. instead, use a disk or belt sander to make the angle. Got MEDEVAC Questions? The PD MEDEVAC office has a direct email for H-60 field units to submit questions about MEDEVAC materiel solutions. Send your questions to: usarmy.redstone.peo-avn.mbx.pd-medevac@mail.mil M1075 PLS Proximity SwitchGet a new proximity switch for the load handling system (LHS) on your M1075 PLS with NSN 5930-01-564-4357. This new switch includes connectors. It replaces NSN 5930-01-464-9581, which is shown as Item 1 in Fig 85 of TM 9-2320-364-14&P in IETM EM 0206 (Apr 09). M860A1 Semitrailer Outrigger Actuators Get a Splash of Color ATLAS Tire CorrectionPage 15 of PS 766 (Sep 16) listed the wrong tire sizes for the ATLAS IIs left and right sides. The correct size is 17.5-25. M1112 Tire and Wheel AssemblyMake a note of these changes for the M1112 400-gal water trailers tire and wheel assembly thats shown in Fig 14 of TM 9-2330-397-13&P (Dec 15). M915A5 Service Interval Upped to 12K MilesThe M915A5 can now go 12K miles between engine, transmission, coolant, and rear differential oil changes (up from 10K miles). Also, the air lter only needs replacing when the indicator gauge says so. TACOM Maintenance Information (MI) message #17-038 revises the incorrect service intervals in TM 9-2320-426-13&P in IETM EM 0308 (Aug 14). Find more info at:https://tulsa.tacom.army.mil/Maintenance/message.cfm?id=MI17-038.html A new tarp is available for the Light Capability Rough Terrain Forklift (LCRTF), NSN 3939-01599-9978 (LIN L05010), to lessen corrosion during long term storage. Order it with NSN 9390-01-645-8905. Questions? Contact TACOMs Lemuel Smith at DSN 330-6293, (586) 467-6293, or email: lemuel.d.smith.civ@mail.mil No HEMTT A4, PLS A1 Machine Gun Mounts The HEMTT A4 and PLS A1 are not authorized a machine gun mount. Only earlier model HEMTT and PLS vehicles may have weapon mounts. See Pages 27-35 of PS 773 (Apr 17) for details on those trucks: https://www.logsa.army.mil/psmag/archives/PS2017/773/773-27-35.pdf M934/A1/A2 Expansible Van MEL Drops to ZeroAccording to TB 43-0002-81, the maintenance expenditure limit (MEL) for the M934/A1/A2 expansible van has dropped to zero. That means no parts can be replaced on this truck. If a problem develops, turn in the vehicle for a replacement M1087A1P2 FMTV. M1117 ASV Alternator BeltGet the alternator belt for your M1117 armored security vehicle (ASV) with NSN 3030-01-364-3395. NSN 3030-01-563-8929, which is shown as Item 51 in Fig 47 of TM 9-2320-307-24P (Sep 10), is too short. Armored Knight SMA ClampThe adjustment criteria for the M1200 Armored Knights sensor mount assembly (SMA) clamp has changed from 1.94 inches to 1.80 inches. Make a note of this change in Fig 2 of WP 00185-6 in TM 9-2350380-13&P (Aug 08). NSN 1 2 3 Item Wheel assembly Tire Wheel rim 2530-01-609-5940 2610-01-605-8124 2530-01-435-1913 Description Green Tan Sand Color 01-664-2126 01-664-2135 01-664-2136 NSN 5945 Need a new outrigger actuator for your M860A1 trailer? The NSN ordered now depends on the color needed: Regardless of color, each of these actuators will work in place of the old actuator, NSN 5945-01-078-5877, thats shown as Item 29 in Fig 37 of TM 9-2330-357-14&P (May 93). 781 60-61.indd All Pages 10/22/17 1:49 PM

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No Matter How Old the Vehicle......PMCS Keeps it PURRING!