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NEWS | July 1, 2020

Publications: Dive into the EIR Digest

TACOM CSM gets a briefing
Photo by Lloyd Gubler
This article initially appeared in PS 765 (Aug 16).

The Equipment Improvement Report (EIR) and Maintenance Digest is a quarterly publication and the information within any given digest expires two years from its publication date. The EIR Digest, a technical bulletin (TB 43-0001-62-series), covers all the categories of equipment managed by the TACOM life cycle management command (LCMC).  

The digest includes information about:
  •  EIRs
  •  Equipment publication changes
  •  2028 response information
  •  Publication actions
The EIR Digest includes chapters on:
  •  General information
  •  EIR cases
  •  Minor alterations
  •  Ideas approved for implementation based on submittals from DA Form 2028, Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms
  •  Miscellaneous technical information
  •  Authenticated technical equipment publications
  • Safety and maintenance messages    
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