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NEWS | June 26, 2023

HMMWV Shelter: Searching for Generator NSN

BLUF: There’s no NSN for the Fischer Panda 10 SST generator. Contact your RSC for support.

HMMWV with shelter in field
Photo by Pfc. Jacob Nunnenkamp
Dear Half-Mast,

I need assistance on a generator that we have in the shop for repairs. It’s in a shelter on the back of a M1097A2 HMMWV. The shelter is a model AN/TSQ-226B(V)3, NSN 5895-01-587-3755. The generator is a Fischer Panda 10 SST.

There doesn’t seem an NSN for the generator itself, so I've not been able to find any information in AESIP. I tried contacting the manufacturer with the serial number but got no response. Can you help?
Sgt. S.M.

Dear Sergeant,

I’ll do my best. You’re correct—the Fischer Panda 10 SST does not have an NSN. The generator is not stocked in the supply system. The generator and its components are repaired at the various command, control, communications, computer, cyber, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C5ISR) regional support centers on select CONUS installations, Korea, Europe and Kuwait.

Units should place a work order in GCSS-Army for assistance. Local senior technical representatives can also be contacted to provide troubleshooting advice.
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