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NEWS | Sept. 11, 2019

AN/VSS-6A HMDS: Here's the Contacts for Maintenance Issues

Many components on the AN/VSS-6A Husky Mounted Detection System (HMDS) need specialized attention to keep the ground penetrating radar (GPR) running smoothly and mission-ready.

These HMDS components include:
  • System cabling
  • Control and Display Unit (CDU)
  • Cab Control Unit (CCU)
  • Speakerphone
  • Vehicle Motion Sensor (VMS)
  • Power Control Unit (PCU)
  • Ethernet Control Unit (ECU)
  • Marking fluid reservoir
  • Mission Computer (MC)
  • Position Synthesis Module (PSM)
  • HMDS circuit breaker
  • Hydraulic Control Unit (HCU)
  • Front marking bar
  • GPR panel array
  • Radar Mounting and Positioning System (RMPS)
  • Cable track
If you have comments or questions about the installation, removal, troubleshooting, repair and calibration of these HMDS components, contact the following Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) POCs:

William Elliott, Maintenance Team Chief:
 
Christopher Byers, Fielding Manager:
 
A maintenance mailbox is also available for questions:
 
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