New logo IDs equipment as 'Army certified.'

Ghannam, Kathi
March 2009
Soldiers;Mar2009, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p27
The article introduces a certification program, developed by the Program Executive Office Soldier to help U.S. soldiers identify clothing and equipment that pass the U.S. Army's standards. Under the said program, Approved Product Lists (APLs) have been created and adapted to include various equipment as requirements are identified. Once certification is acquired, an Army Team Soldier Certification logo will be given to approved products.


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