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NEWS | Oct. 23, 2023

Maintenance Mgmt: i2Log Extended

BLUF: i2Log has been extended until March 2024.

Man explaining Army aviation equipment.
Photo courtesy U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command 

Dear Half-Mast,

We’re rapidly approaching the sunset date for the i2Log application. Is there another way to look up item managers once i2Log goes away in September?

Dear Sergeant,  

Yes, you can find that information in i3Log, but also i2Log.

Make a note that i2Log, which was scheduled to sunset at the end of September, has been extended until March 30, 2024. The new version of the application, i3Log, deployed at the end of September 2023 and training is available at:
You’ll need your CAC to access the i3Log site, and you'll need to register if you've not used Army Vantage before.
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