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Cover: The high operating tempo of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom is aging equipment at a higher than anticipated rate. In order to return to a combat-ready status, redeploying units must restore their equipment to optimal condition, or “reset” it. The Army Reset Program returns equipment to a like-new condition. On the cover, a welder at Anniston Army Depot, Alabama, repairs an M113 armored personnel carrier that has been sent to the depot’s combat vehicle facility for reset. See the article on page 2, for more information on the TACOM Life Cycle Management Command Reset Program.

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