AN/PRT-4 & AN/PRR-9 Squad Radios

The AN/PRT-4 and AN/PRR-9 worked together as an attempt at a simple, lightweight Squad radio, albeit one-way. First fielded in Vietnam by the U.S. Army in March 1967, the idea was to extend an infantry platoon and/or squad leaders' command and control beyond verbal, hand signals and personal contact communications.…

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AT984 Radio Antenna Pouch

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This is the pouch for the multiple wavelength long wire antenna for the VHF low band radios like the PRC-25¬†and PRC-77. It provides more gain than the whips antennas or the RC-292 or OE-254 fixed station omni-directional antennas. It is an unterminated wire unlike the OE-303 half rhombic that uses…

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AN/PRC-25 with Extra Batteries

AN/PRC 77 Radio Set is a manpack, portable VHF FM combat-net radio transceiver manufactured by "Associated Industries" and used to provide short-range, two-way radiotelephone voice communication. It can provide secure voice (X-mode) transmission with the TSEC/KY-57. The radio consists of the RT-841 transceiver and minor components. In the Joint Electronics…

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ACR RT-10 Survival Radio

This is an example of the ACR RT-10 Survival radio as issued to pilots, these were used by SOG teams as an emergency radio and were often carried in the upper left pocket of the jungle uniform. This is a sample of the text from the TM Manual. " To…

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