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NEWS | June 23, 2020

Wheeled Vehicles: HTV Computer-Based Training Available

HEMTT M978
Photo by Katie Wright

Soldiers, the Product Manager Heavy Tactical Vehicles (PM HTV) Distance Learning Center provides computer-based sustainment training for the following systems:
●      HEMTT A4
●      M1120A4 load handling system (LHS)
●      M983A4 light equipment transporter
●      M984A4 wrecker
●      M985A4 GMT crane
●      M978A4 fuel service truck
●      PLS A1
●      Enhanced Container Handling Unit (ECHU)
●      M1076A1 PLST
●      M1070A1 HET
        
The Distance Learning Center also provides maintenance-sustainment training on the following systems:
●     HEMTT A4
●      PLS A1
●      ECHU
●      M1070A1 HET
        
These distance learning courses contain links to videos that are hosted on the milTube website. Check it out at:
          
For more info, contact Andrew Music at:         
More sustainment training materials can be found on TACOM’s Unit Training Assistance Program (UTAP) website:
          
UTAP provides instructor guides, student guides and media presentations on all HTV systems.
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