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NEWS | May 5, 2020

Mortars: Turn-in the Commanders Interface Computer

Commanders Interface Computer
Commanders Interface Computer

Did you know the Commanders Interface (CI) computer, NSN 1220-01-534-9740, is being replaced by the Fire Control Computer (FCC), NSN 1220-01-612-7505?
After the FCC’s fielding, make sure to turn in the old CI computer. Turning in the old, once you have the new, not only eliminates your excess property, but it supports an ongoing repair program for units who don’t have the FCC yet.
If your unit has the new FCC and hasn’t turned in the old CI computer, contact the TACOM Mortar Team to receive disposition instructions for the CI computer.
Also, if you have a CI computer and aren’t sure if it’s time to turn it in, get help from the TACOM Mortar Team. The POCs are Taneisha Lee, item manager, and James Tucker, equipment specialist at:
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