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NEWS | Aug. 10, 2021

Apache: CCAD Needs Unserviceable Carrier Drive Assemblies

Photo by Sgt. Sarah Sangster
 
Apache armament maintainers, check your back shops and work locations for unserviceable carrier drive assemblies, NSN 1005-01-221-7602. Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD) needs them.

If you won’t be locally repairing all F-condition carrier drive assemblies, they should be turned in to CCAD ASAP in order to sustain their repair program.

Right now, CCAD has zero unserviceable carrier drive assemblies to repair. If you got ‘em, get ‘em in now!

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