RESET of the US Army’s Vehicle Fleet, 2005-2010

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Final update: article wrap-up as this fiscal period has come to an end. USMC M1A1 settles afirefight in Fallujah(click to view full) The RESET process takes used vehicles apart, inspects the parts, then replaces any defective parts and refurbishes the equipment to like-new condition. Sometimes upgrades are also performed. RESET and related processes like remanufacture/upgrades are being performed on M1 Abrams tanks, Bradley IFV/CFVs, HMMWV jeeps, and even helicopters. It usually takes place when the vehicles return from the front lines in Iraq, Afghanistan, and other locations, where sand damage and increased wear have taken their toll. In truth, many of these vehicles were produced in the 1980s, and are reaching an age where “deep maintenance” is a wise and necessary measure. Note that this is not a complete list of RESET contracts. * RESET Programs and Procedures * RESET Contracts, Delivery Orders & Developments, FY 2006-Present [updated] * Vehicle Fleets and Maintenance Overhangs * Additional Readings RESET Programs and Procedures M3A3 Bradley CFV: Charge!(click to view full) Vehicles that undergo the RESET process not only have their useful life restored by having all worn components replaced, they also receive the latest survivability enhancements and other improvements. RESET is not […]

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