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NEWS | Jan. 20, 2022

Commo/Electronics and Soldier Support: 2021 Year-in-Review

Repairing electronic components
Photo by Cpl. Christian Garcia
If there’s one thing 2021 taught us, it’s to expect the unexpected. Some things stay the same, the need for preventive maintenance, and solving perplexing problems, especially when it comes to commo and electronics.

As part of the 2021 year-in-review, we analyzed the most viewed communications/electronics articles since our website launched. Here are the top three (click on each title):
  1. CSS VSAT AN/TSC-183A: New TM Powers Up
  2. AN/PYQ-10 SKL: Software Updated
  3. AN/PYQ-10(C): SKL Software and Support
Other communications/electronics topics we covered during the year include:

With dozens of models, generator FAQs are some of the most frequent we receive:
Communications Devices
Computers and Software
Soldier Support

Whether it’s something to read or something to wear, Soldier Support covers a wide range of subjects.

The top three most requested articles since our website launched were:
  1. Army Combat Fitness Test Equipment NSNs
  2. UTAP: You’re Just a Click Away!
  3. Cloth Face Masks Now Available
Other topics that captured readers’ interest included:
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