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NEWS | Sept. 2, 2022

AGSE: Get SCAMP II Filters from Supply System

BLUF: DLA has added the Army as a user of three filters for the SCAMP that can now be ordered through the supply system.

Soldiers conduct maintenance on a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter using a self-propelled crane aircraft maintenance and positioning II expeditionary crane.
Photo by Capt. Travis Mueller
Operators, there have been issues ordering filters from the supply system for the Self-Propelled Crane Aircraft Maintenance and Positioning (SCAMP II) Expeditionary Crane. Orders for three (3) filters used on the SCAMP II were getting kicked back because of missing Army user management data. Simply put, the Army was not listed as a user of the filters in the supply system even though the NSNs are listed in TM 9-3810-365-13&P (Feb 22).
Make a note that DLA has fixed the issue and has added the Army as a user so you can order the SCAMP II filters from the supply system. Here are the filter NSNs and part numbers:
  • Filter Element Fluid (Engine Oil Filter) Use NSN 2940-01-682-2228, PN XP4903180, rather than NSN 2940-01-594-6383, PN K26-25150-100, which appears as Item 6 in WP 0202 in TM 9-3810-365-13&P (Feb 22). The NSN and part number listed in the TM are no longer valid, and the TM will be corrected in a future update.
  • Strainer Element Sediment (Fuel/Water Separator), NSN 4730-01-682-2492, PN 171081-55910
  • Filter Fluid (Hydraulic Filter), NSN 2940-01-682-8317, PN 740582032
Remember that whenever you notice incorrect TM procedures or listed parts, make AGSE aware of the issue and always submit a DA Form 2028 so the problem can be corrected.
You can view the AGSE milSuite post and the WebFlis part data attachments about the SCAMP filters HERE.  
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