Apparently the Army acknowledges that TACOM's message was "poorly written and not intended as a directive on the use of PMAGs".
“At best, the message is incomplete; at worst the message allows soldiers to jump to the wrong conclusions,” Bourke said. “Maintenance Information Messages [from TACOM] are permissive. They are not an order. They are not a directive. All content and direction in those messages are optional for the recipient.”
Ok, so they didn't ban PMAGs after all....Cant make up their minds?
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