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Through congressional plus-up funds, the Communications-Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center provided battery testers and chargers, and the KYARNG purchased additional equipment to round out the program.
Although the KYARNG BMM program is essentially designed for keeping good new batteries in peak condition for a longer period of time, we have also learned how to recover batteries that will not accept and hold a charge using conventional methods and equipment.
The KYARNG now pays more for batteries, but they last longer.