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NEWS | Aug. 2, 2021

Apache: Stay in Touch with Transportability Team

The Apache Project Management (PM) Transportability Team (APMTT) preparing Apache for movement.
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The Apache Project Management (PM) Transportability Team (APMTT) provides support to Apache units requiring movement. This includes preparing equipment, providing a transportability technician and conducting training and pre-deployment preparation mentoring. This training is on-site at no cost to units. The team also provides ongoing training on the proper use of all Apache transport equipment and modes of movement.

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