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Can a Commander conduct a weigh in while deployed?

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There is nothing that prevents a Commander from conducting a weigh in while deployed.  However, the scale must be calibrated annually.  The calibration of the scale is important as it can be out of calibration due to shipment from home station to the deployed location.

See AR 600-2 Appendix B B-2(2)b. Which states:

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