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NEWS | Oct. 21, 2022

M1-Series Tanks: FSRS Supplemental TM Available

BLUF: Downloading the M1-series tanks’ TM to supplement the Fire Suppression Refill System (FSRS) will give FSRS operators all they need to know to inspect and service the Abrams fire extinguisher valve and bottle assemblies.
   

Heads up! You might not be aware that there’s an M1-series tanks’ technical manual, TM 9-2350-454-23&P (Apr 22), which supplements the Fire Suppression Refill System (FSRS).
 
The TM gives FSRS operators all the information they need for inspecting and servicing the M1-series tanks’ 2-lb and 12-lb dry chemical and Halon 1301 fire extinguisher valve and bottle assemblies.
 
You can download the TM HERE. You’ll need your CAC to access.
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