Talk:Expeditionary Combat Support System

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New information makes the article outdated and incorrect.[edit]

Since the release of the Final Report of the Executive Summary of the Expeditionary Combat Support System by the Acquisition Incident Review Team on December 6, 2013 this article is outdated and most of the information is incorrect. A copy of the Executive Summary is located at http://apps.federaltimes.com/projects/files/ECSS-111313.pdf

Request Edit is intended to request a specific edit. Unfortunately we just don't have the bandwidth for "this article is outdated, please fix it" type requests. Additionally, the source provided (at-a-glance anyways) looks to be a primary source? We need to wait for a secondary source to interpret that information before it can be posted here in most cases. You would have better luck pointing out specific errors, identifying independent secondary sources that provide updated information, etc. CorporateM (Talk) 17:34, 24 May 2014 (UTC)