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NEWS | July 15, 2021

JETS TLDS: NSN and PN Changes

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Soldiers, make note of a few changes to joint effects targeting system (JETS) target location designation system (TLDS) NSNs and PNs. 
Part Old NSN New NSN PN
Handheld target location module (HTML) 5885-01-665-8289 
1427-01-665-8289 1025394-102
Knob (HTLM) _ DO 1 Only 5355-01-672-4387 5355-01-672-4391 1028972-101
Knob (HTLM) _ DO 2 - 7 NA 5355-01-670-7376 1028971-101
Precision azimuth and vertical angle module (PAVAM) 1427-01-665-6650
Knob, PAVAM 5355-01-670-7376 5355-01-672-4391 1028971-101

The NSN for the laser marker module (LMM) hasn’t changed, but the part numbers have:
Part Old PN New PN
Laser marker module (LMM) 1025396-102 1033691-102
1025396-103 1033691-103

Look for these changes in a future update to TM 9-1240-459-10 (Jan 21) and TM 9-1240-459-23&P  (Feb 19).
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