In the Marine Corps, the primary purpose of communications is to serve the command. In this role, communications is the instrument by which commanders make their will known and, as such, is the voice of command.
The ability of commanders to pass information among their forces is critical to the outcome of an engagement on today’s battlefield.
In This Lesson
This lesson covers the following topics:
|Radio Communications Equipment||11|
|Annex A: Types of Equipment||20|
|Annex B: AN/PRC 119 (RT-1523) Operations||33|
|Annex C: AN/PRC-119E/F (RT-1523E/F) Operations||36|
|Annex D: AN/PSN-13 (DAGR ) Operations||40|
|Annex E: AN/PRC-148 Operations||41|
|Annex F: AN/PRC-117F (RT-1796) Operations||43|
|Annex G: AN/PRC-150 (RT-1694) Operations||47|
|Annex H: AN/PRC-152 (RT-1619) Operations||50|
|Annex I: AN/PRC-153 Operations||54|
|Annex J: Julian Date Calendar||55|
|Glossary of Terms and Acronyms||57|