1-7. Equipment Publications.
Initially two sets of the manufacturer's commercial publications will be overpacked and shipped with each
Roller (reference Appendix A).
Additional commercial manuals may be obtained by requisitioning from Defense Construction Supply
Center (DCSC). Requisitions to DCSC should be prepared in the same manner as for part numbered repair parts, using
the Federal Supply Code for manufacturer' s FSCM and manual numbers listed in Appendix A. If DD Form 1348-6 is
used, mail it direct to Commander, DCSC, ATTN: DCSC-OSR, Columbus, OH 43215.
c. If additional assistance is required, contact the address in paragraph 1-11 of this publication.
1-8. Personnel and Training.
Operator: 62J20, General Construction Machine Operator.
Organizational Maintenance: 62B20, Construction Equipment Repairman.
(3) Direct and General Support Maintenance: 62B30, Construction Equipment Repairman; 63G20, Fuel and
Electrical Systems Repairman, 44B20 Metal Body Repairman.
New Equipment Training: New Equipment Training Teams (NETTs) are available to major field
commands. Requests for NETTs should be forwarded to Commander, US Army Tank-Automotive Materiel Readiness
Command (TAROOM), ATTN: DRSTA-MLT, Warren, MI 48090. Training teams should be requested only when trained
personnel are not available in the command to operate and/or maintain the Roller.
1-9. Logistics Assistance.
a. Tank-Automotive Command Field Maintenance Technicians stationed at CONUS and OCONUS installations will be
fully qualified and available to furnish on-site training and or assistance concurrent with receipt of the Roller.
b. Assistance can be obtained by contacting the Logistics Assistance Office listed in Appendix B or AR 700-4.
1-10. Warranty. The CCE Roller contractor warrants the products furnished under this contract according to the terms
and conditions described in the equipment publications and Appendix B of this publication . All