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NEWS | July 26, 2022

Communications: Switching It Up

Dear Half-Mast,

I’m looking for a replacement switch for the satellite transportable terminal (STT) 185B V1/V2. The old CISCO 3560 switch, NSN 7025-01-619-4388, is terminal. Can you help out this befuddled Signal Soldier?
Dear Sergeant,

Transmitting your can order the STT’s replacement 9200L switch with NSN 5895-01-619-8977.
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