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NEWS | Jan. 10, 2023

Soldier Support: LAR Toolbox Revisited

BLUF: A LAR toolbox is available again, covering power generation and environmental systems.

LAR assisting Soldier
Photo by Cameron Porter 
Dear Editor,

I’ve submitted several articles over the years to assist Army maintainers with both technical and logistical issues for power generation and environmental systems. Here’s good news: The CECOM Power and Environmental LAR Resource Center finally has its files on MS Teams to assist maintainers. The files cover military standard equipment and some of the commercial systems that may be encountered during deployments worldwide.

Maintainers can access the LAR Toolbox HERE (a page will appear indicating that permission is needed to access the site; they just type in their request and submit). 

Once in the site, they'll find TMs and many other training aids.

Sam Harden
407th AFSBn
Editor’s note: We took a peek, Sam, and the toolbox is a great repository of P&E info. Thanks for sharing this resource.
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