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NEWS | Aug. 3, 2021

DCGS-A: Two New Pubs Launched

The Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A) is the Army’s primary way of posting, processing and distributing real-time intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) information to intelligence analysts and commanders.

There are two (2) new TMs that cover operator and field maintenance, including RSPTL, for the DCGS-A portable, multi-function workstation (P-MFWS).

The new TMs cover the following P-MFWS:
AN/TYQ-93F (V)2, NSN 7010-01-672-3836 11-7010-674-13&P (May 21)
AN/TYQ-93E (V)4, NSN 7010-01-666-0992 11-7010-675-13&P (May 21)
AN/TYQ-93F (V)4, NSN 7010-01-669-9596 11-7010-675-13&P (May 21)
 To get either TM, log in with your CAC at this link:
  Choose the LDAC tab, then open the Publications dropdown on the left side menu, and then select ETM/IETM.
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