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NEWS | Aug. 10, 2022

Communications: Where to Return Excess Loudspeaker Control Units

BLUF: Excess LS-671/VRC SINCGARS loudspeakers should be turned in to two depots; the place depends on condition code.
 
LS-671/VRC SINCGARS loudspeaker
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Dear Connie,

I remember reading that there’s a shortage of LS-671/VRC SINCGARS loudspeakers, NSN 5965-01-222-1420. I’m in the Army maintenance community and sometimes find units with excess LS-671/VRCs. The majority are Condition Code A, as most of the speakers are from uninstalled radio installations due to vehicle turn-ins over the years.
Is there a place to send the excess?
SFC K.J.

Dear Sergeant,

Yes! Excess inventory can be sent to the following addresses, depending on the condition code:
 
  • Send serviceable (Condition A) units to:
W1A8 DLA DISTRIBUTION
DDSP NEW CUMBERLAND FACILITY
2001 NORMANDY DRIVE DOOR 113 TO 134
NEW CUMBERLAND PA 17070-5002
 
  • Send unserviceable units to:
W1A8 DLA DIST-TOBYHANNA
GIBBS AND FIFTH STREETS
WAREHOUSE 6 BAY 4
TOBYHANNA PA 18466-5059
 
Bonnie
Connie
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