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NEWS | Aug. 17, 2022

MEDEVAC: BAM Window Latch Assemblies Now Have NSNs

BLUF: The right-and left-hand BAM window latches can be ordered by NSN from the supply system.

Soldiers conduct medical evacuation training in a MH-60 Blackhawk.
Photo by Spc. Savannah Miller
Mechanics, the right-and left-hand latch assemblies for the Black Hawk Advanced MEDEVAC (BAM) window, shown as Item 1 in Fig 02-42 of WP 2232 in TM 1-1520-280-23&P (May 22), have been assigned NSNs.

Order the left-hand rim latch set with NSN 1560-01-701-9385, PN 1049584-10, and the right-hand rim latch set with NSN 1560-01-702-6466, PN 1049584-30.
Note this information in your TM until it’s revised. Contact Johnny Eley by email if you have questions: 
For earlier guidance we provided on another set of BAM parts, visit MEDEVAC: How to Get BAM Window Parts.
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