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NEWS | Feb. 22, 2023

AGSE: Now on milSuite - Update

BLUF: AGSE has a milSuite site for all relevant AGSE information and help (use it rather than JDTI)

Soldiers woring on aviation ground power unit (AGPU)
Photo by Staff Sgt. George Prince

If you work on aviation ground support equipment (AGSE), the product office has a new milSuite site. 

Make a note that the product office is currently uploading information and documents to the site, including current component listings (CLs), so the site is not yet fully populated.
To join the AGSE milSuite now and let the SMEs know what type of documents and content you want to see on the site, click HERE.
Article update as of 2/22/2023

As of now and into the future, AGSE will no longer post or update information on the Joint Technical Data Integration (JTDI) website. Any AGSE content still there may be outdated.

For all current and future AGSE content and help, go to AGSE on milSuite. 
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