Technicians at Tobyhanna Army Depot, Pa., are using M-1078 Heavy Humvees to carry communications- electronics (C-E) systems such as the AN/TRQ-32 Teammate jammer system. The depot is equipping the vehicles with an electrical environment kit that gives Heavy Humvees more capacity to handle newer satellites, radar, and C-E systems. Each kit, which costs $24,000, contains a 400-amp alternator that replaces the 200-amp alternators now in use. The kits also contain a tachometer and an hour meter that allows the systemís operator to monitor the time and power used, a power interface box assembly for circuit protection, a safety cut-off switch, and associated brackets and cables. The kits allow Humvees to power a C-E system in the field without a generator.
The EH-60A helicopter is fitted with the AN/ALQ-151 (V)2 Quick Fix equipment, and features the Host Interface Unit to connect with the All-Source Analysis System (ASAS) Tactical Commander's Analysis Center (TCAC), and an improved Teammate direction-finding link.