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NEWS | Feb. 7, 2024

M107A1 MFS TRM: Updated -10 and -23&P TMs

BLUF: The -10 and -23&P TMs for the M107A1 MFS TRM have been updated.

Michigan National Guard perform a fuel line flushing and recirculation procedure on a tank rack module
Photo by Staff Sgt. Jacob Cessna

Warfighters, TM 10-4930-371-10 (Jul 17, w/Ch 1, Jan 24) and TM 10-4930-371-23&P (Sep 17, w/Ch 1, Mar 24) for the M107A1 modular fuel system tank rack module (MFS TRM) have been updated and published. Have your CAC handy and download the updated TMs HERE.

Note that the TMs include information, components, and tasks for TRMs equipped with an ADR kit. The ADR kit is mandatory for military vehicles that transport dangerous goods (such as petroleum, lubricants, and oil) on European roadways.
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