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NEWS | Feb. 8, 2022

Aviation: Updated Calibration and Repair TB Published

Soldier is calibrating equipment in back shop
Photo by Spc. Jakheem Folks
Make a note that TB 43-180, Calibration and Repair Requirements for the Maintenance of Army Material (Feb 22), has been updated. In fact, it's updated monthly, so be sure to access the Logistics Data Analysis Center (LDAC) electronic technical manuals/interactive electronic technical manuals (ETMs/IETMs) portal often.

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