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NEWS | Jan. 15, 2021

Wheeled Vehicles: Equipment Diagrams Available in UTAP


You’ve wanted an easier way to find and use equipment diagrams, other than selecting each image on the Maintenance Support Device (MSD) screen. The Unit Training Assistance Program (UTAP) folks heard you loud and clear! They’ve uploaded equipment diagrams under Field Level Maintenance (FLMNET) Files for nearly all tactical vehicles and trailers. Look for them at:

Equipment diagrams are stored in FLMNET files
Equipment diagrams are stored in FLMNET files

The files you’ll see include electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic diagrams that you can download and use for troubleshooting. Just be sure to use your vehicle’s IETM with them.

Before you download diagrams from UTAP, verify that you have the current version of the IETM. You can check by using the ETM/IETM app at:

You'll need your CAC to access.

Go to the diagrams/schematics folder in the latest IETM. Then look at the diagram you want to download from UTAP and make sure it’s exactly the same as the one you see in your IETM.

How can you tell if they’re the same? Too easy. All diagrams have a box on the bottom right corner of each page, like the box shown below:
Box on equipment diagram must match in IETM and UTAP
Box on equipment diagram must match in IETM and UTAP

If the box on a diagram you want to download from UTAP doesn’t match the one in the IETM, don’t use it! In this case, refer only to the diagram in the IETM. The IETM is always your main source.

Also, be a hero and let the folks at UTAP know that you’ve found an equipment diagram error. You can contact them at (586) 282-3722, or email:
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