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Fielding the Radios of the Future with MARCORSYSCOM
190116-M-JX780-1079.JPG Photo By: Lance Cpl. Brendan Mullin

Dec 21, 2022
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Cali. - A U.S. Marine assigned to I Marine Expeditionary Force Support Battalion (I MSB) speaks into an AN/PRC-152 Multiband Handheld Radio to communicate with the vehicle commanders during convoy training at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 16, 2019. Expected in the field by 2024, the Corps’ new handheld multichannel radios will provide the Fleet Marine Force with an enhanced capability that increases resiliency and survivability through network interoperability during missions involving both ground and vehicular based forces.


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