As long you have enough space in disk2 to fit two ios images you should be fine with your example boot statements, make sure you do indeed have enough space by issuing show disk2 and note available space to compare with new image file size.
boot system disk2:NewIOSIMAGE.bin
boot system disk2:OLDIOSIMAGE.bin
it is correct with the above statement that newIOSIAGE.bin will be loaded, if for any reason say image is corrupted second boot statement will take precedance. If new image is loaded and you need to go back to old image for whatever reason you need to change your boot statement to load OLDIOSIMAGE first with a router reload.
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