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NEWS | July 6, 2022

Publications: Where Have All the PTILs Gone?

The Publications Tailored Index Listing (PTIL) is a record of every Department of the Army technical and equipment publication an individual unit should have on hand to inventory, operate and maintain all equipment found in its modified table of organization and equipment (MTOE), as well as any not-authorized but on-hand equipment listed on its property book.
In the past, PTILs were available through the Logistics Modernization Reporting (LMR) app in the Army Enterprise Portal (AESIP). With the LMR sunsetting, there is a new way to get a PTIL. To request a PTIL for your unit, send an email to:
The email needs to contain the following information:
  • The Unit Identification Code (UIC) because the PTIL is often determined by the UIC.
  • The maintenance levels of the unit’s equipment.
  • Your name, phone number and military address.
  • If you need a PTIL for a detachment, include the equipment’s Line Item Numbers (LINs) on a single-column Excel spreadsheet.  
Keep in mind that PTIL requests aren’t just for change of commands. It’s also a good idea to request one before, during and after a deployment, as well as annually.
Questions about PTILs? Send an email to:
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