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NEWS | Feb. 18, 2021

M26 Decon: PMCS Pointers

M26 Decon Apparatus
Photo provided by JPEO-CBRND
Soldiers, if you don’t perform regular PMCS on your M26 decon apparatus, it may become non-mission capable (NMC). That’s not what you want because the M26 decon is a portable, enhanced operational capability that supports thorough decontamination of medium to large mobile or fixed equipment and aircraft.

Make sure you carefully follow the PMCS tables and maintenance guidance in TM 3-4230-238-10 (Sep 12) and TM 3-4230-238-23&P (Dec 12). Eyeball them online at (you'll need a CAC to access):

You can also request the TM through JACKS under the Publications tab at (also CAC-enabled):


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