88th RSC hosts first Army Reserve FLMNET course
Field Level Maintenance New Equipment Training (FLMNET) instructors (top) teach Soldiers from the 355th Chemical Company, based in Las Vegas, how to disassemble nitrogen tanks from the Height Management System of a Nuclear, Biological, Chemical, Reconnaissance Vehicle (NBCRV) Stryker, during FLMNET instruction, May 8, at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash. The training is being taken by both 88th RSC civilian mechanics and Soldiers of the 349th and 355th Chemical Companies, both of whom will be fielding the NBCRVs. The training is taking place April 24-May 12, at Equipment Concentration Site 10, JBLM, and is being hosted by the 88th Regional Support Command. It is the first time FLMNET has been taught in the Army Reserve.

Tags: FLMNET, 88TH RSC
Photo by: Alun Thomas |  VIRIN: 150508-O-EK137-313.JPG