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NEWS | Nov. 14, 2022

JLTV: Visit UTAP for Additional Vehicle Training Info

BLUF: Visit UTAP for downloadable training material on the JLTV.

JLTV
Photo by Zachary Mott
 
So, you’ve recently been fielded the joint light tactical vehicle (JLTV) or it’s about to be fielded and you’re looking for more info. You should definitely visit TACOM’s Unit Training Assistance Program (UTAP) website.
        
UTAP has downloadable material like the JLTV A0 and A1 Training Support Packages (TSPs) for operator and field-level maintenance that are taught in the new equipment training (NET) classes. The TSPs include the Instructor Guides, Student Guides, Lesson Plans, and links to the TMs.
        
There’s also supplemental material, which includes training videos, the Tow Bar Smart Book (Jun 17) and Tactics Techniques and Procedures (TTP) for Recovering the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) (Jan 19).
        
Have your CAC handy and visit UTAP HERE.
        
Check UTAP regularly because they’re constantly adding new training material.
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