Regards Glenn Shaw
M38A1 Massachusetts USA
> From: RobRatt@aol.com
> To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [MV] Radio help
> Date: Sunday, June 22, 1997 13:26 PM
> I''m getting pretty good at eating crow.
> However, in my defense, the sergeant who taught me radios and electronics
> told me the RT-524 was the vehicle version (and/or a component thereof)
> the PRC-25/77 series.
> The complete vehicle version of the PRC-25/77 series is know as the
> series. This consists of two PRC-25/77's, their vehicle amplifers
> think), their vehicle mounting brackets, all the interconnecting cables,
> their transmitting and receiving antennas with matching units, etc.
> As I am not in the military (I took the class because of an emergency
> requirement - we had to know how to use military equipment such as radios
> case of a disaster), I don't have the access which you do. Also, I am
> off what I was told at the time.
> It is possible that I misunderstood him, or copied my notes wrong.
> In any case, that's my defense.
> Robert Ratliff
> Denton, Texas
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