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Heat Shrink NSNs

USE THIS LIST TO ORDER THE SIZE AND COLOR TUBING YOU NEED FOR THE JOB ...

YOU CAN ALSO GET A HEAT SHRINK TUBING ASSORTMENT PACK WITH NSN 5970-01-026-1877.

THE TUBING COMES IN 6-IN LENGTHS AND MULTIPLE COLORS. THE SIZES RANGE FROM 3/64-IN TO 3/16-IN.

NSN Size Shrinks to Color
(inches) (inches)

5970-00-724-1909 1/16 1/32 White
5970-00-088-2975 1/8 1/16 White
5970-00-052-4877 3/16 3/32 Yellow
5970-00-815-1295 1/4 1/8 Black
5970-00-814-2878 1/4 1/8 White
5970-00-901-0759 * 5/16 13/64 White
5970-00-954-1624 3/8 3/16 Black
5970-00-812-2967 1/2 1/4 Black
5970-00-914-3118 3/4 3/8 Black
5970-00-959-6336 1 1/2 Yellow
5970-00-815-1300 1 1/2 Black

 

Thank you, Les.

E13787K M88A2 Hercules

The M88A2 HERCULES is the heavy recovery vehicle of the 21st century.  The first variant of M88 was created in 1961 and in 2008 BAE took the reigns in the manufacturing of 4 new M88A2s for the Marine Corps.  Touting 1050hp and a 70-ton pull capacity at the main winch, this is the first 70-ton combat recovery vehicle to see action in the 21st century.

A7597 – VIPER/T

VIPER/T is a portable, automated test unit that is operator-interfaced by a Laptop.  It is a modular design with 3 configurations: Radio Frequency (RF), Electro-Optical (EO), and a combined RF/EO.  The RF configuration will consist of the basic configuration plus additional test capability to screen RF Modules and Circuit Cards.  The EO configuration will consist of reduced capability RF-type configuration plus additional test capability to screen EO Modules and Circuit Assemblies.  The combined configuration has both RF and EO testing capabilities.  VIPER/T also has the capability of discrete component diagnostics.  Primary power input is 28VDC, provided via the standard NATO slave receptacle on a HMMWV and other vehicles.  Secondary input power is 108-220 VAC, 40-400 Hz.

VIPER/T currenlty has the following application program sets. (APS)

  • AN/PSM-117 (A7507)
  • [LAV]
  • [Saber - in planning]

2125 – Electro-Optic Instrument Repair Officer (III)

MOS 2125, Electro-Optic Instrument Repair Officer (III) (CWO5 to WO) PMOS

a. Summary. Electro-optic instrument repair officers manage the equipment readiness, work progress, and maintenance personnel qualification/training. They manage the activities of personnel engaged in maintenance on fire control, optical, electro-optical/laser devices, and small missile systems. They supervise the eleven functional areas of maintenance management. They establish maintenance production lines, procedures for inspection, and quality assurance on repaired equipment, field maintenance sites, and procedures for the defense of those sites. They manage command environmental and hazardous waste programs. They supervise and provide oversight of disposal, storage, emergency planning for hazardous waste, and ozone depleting substances.

b. Prerequisites. This MOS may only be assigned to warrant officers previously qualified in MOS 2171.

c. Requirements

(1) Complete the Marine Corps Ordnance Officer Course at U.S. Army Ordnance Center and School, Fort Lee, VA.

(2) Complete the Warrant Officer Basic Course within 18 months of appointment to WO.

d. Duties. For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to the Training and Readiness Manual.

e. Related SOC Classification/SOC Code. First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers 49-1011.

2120 – Weapons Repair Officer (III)

MOS 2120, Weapons Repair Officer (III) (CWO5 to WO) PMOS

a. Summary. Weapons repair officers manage the equipment readiness, work progress, and maintenance personnel qualification/training. They manage the activities of personnel engaged in the recovery, salvage, and maintenance of weapon systems (small arms and artillery). They supervise the eleven functional areas of maintenance management. They manage command environmental and hazardous waste programs. They supervise and provide oversight of disposal, storage, emergency planning for hazardous waste, and ozone depleting substances.

b. Prerequisites. Must have previously served in one of the following MOSs: 2111, 2112, 2131, 2161, 2171, or 2181.

c. Requirements

(1) Complete the Marine Corps Ordnance Officer Course at U.S. Army Ordnance Center and School, Fort Lee, VA.

(2) Complete Warrant Officer Basic Course within 18 months of appointment to WO.

d. Duties. For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to the Training and Readiness Manual.

e. Related SOC Classification/SOC Code. First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers 49-1011.