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NEWS | Nov. 22, 2022

Publications: FPE Cold Weather Equipment TM Info

BLUF: A cold weather equipment TM is available for a camp of up to 150 personnel.

Cold weather site prep
Photo by Pfc. Alexander Johnson 

This article originally appeared in PS 782 (Jan 18), p. 60.

A TM is available for Cold Weather Equipment (CWE) for Force Provider Expeditionary (FPE). TM 10-5419-213-13&P (Jun 17) covers the green set, NSN 5419-01-580-6932, and the tan, NSN 5419-01-581-2258.

CWE is a collection of military and commercial equipment, including heat trace sleeves for waste/water hoses, water bladder heaters and tent heaters, which can sustain an FPE camp of up to 150 personnel in temps as low as -15°F.

Search for the TM HERE*. You'll need your CAC to access. Select the ETM/IETM button, then click Enter Site. You can search various ways but the easiest is to select Search Type: Pub Number, and then type in TM 10-5419-213-13&P.
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