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NEWS | June 30, 2022

FMTV: Tire and Wheel Assembly Changes Hands

FMTV LTAS
Photo courtesy of UTAP

Maintainers, historically the FMTV LTAS tire and wheel assembly, NSN 2530-01-571-5857, was managed by DLA as a consumable item. However, beginning in August 2022, this item will be transferred to TACOM for management as a repairable wheel assembly.
        
TACOM has reached out to LARs to request help facilitating and disseminating guidance to their supported units regarding the turn-in of unserviceable assemblies. Instead of sending them to DRMO, use your unit’s DoDAAC to send unserviceable assemblies to DLA Distribution Red River (RIC: BR4). 
        
Turn-in credit cannot be offered at this time. That’s because the tire and wheel assembly isn’t an Army-managed commodity yet.
        
Help TACOM by turning in any unserviceable tire and wheel assemblies as soon as possible. It’ll help you in the long run!
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