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On Saturday, June 20, 1998 at 12:00:00 AM UTC-7, Francesco Ledda wrote:
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Anybody knows what a MRC107A is? Picture?

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Texas, USA


Yes, I know this is an ancient thread but here goes:

The An/MRC-107A Communications Central was consisted of the following units:

M-151A1/A2 quarter ton "Jeep" upgraded with a 100 Amp 24V generator and overload springs. Mounted inside across the rear half was the AN/GRC-155A communications pallet that had 4 radios: 1 UHF-AM 225.0-399.5 MHz aeronautical radio; 1 VHF-AM 116.000-149.975 MHz aeronautical; 1 HF-AM 2.00-29.95 MHz ground to ground radio; and 1 VHF-FM 30.00-75.95 ground to ground radio. The M151 towed an M-416 quarter ton trailer that contained an MEP-25 gasoline 24v generator, a "portable" AN/PRC-47 HF-AM radio and a portable AN/PRC-66 UHF-AM radio

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On Saturday, July 28, 2018 at 2:50:08 PM UTC-7, wrote:
On Saturday, June 20, 1998 at 12:00:00 AM UTC-7, Francesco Ledda wrote:
Hello Gang,

Anybody knows what a MRC107A is? Picture?

Thanks
--
Francesco Ledda

Texas, USA


Yes, I know this is an ancient thread but here goes:

The An/MRC-107A Communications Central was consisted of the following units:

M-151A1/A2 quarter ton "Jeep" upgraded with a 100 Amp 24V generator and overload springs. Mounted inside across the rear half was the AN/GRC-155A communications pallet that had 4 radios: 1 UHF-AM 225.0-399.5 MHz aeronautical radio; 1 VHF-AM 116.000-149.975 MHz aeronautical; 1 HF-AM 2.00-29.95 MHz ground to ground radio; and 1 VHF-FM 30.00-75.95 ground to ground radio. The M151 towed an M-416 quarter ton trailer that contained an MEP-25 gasoline 24v generator, a "portable" AN/PRC-47 HF-AM radio and a portable AN/PRC-66 UHF-AM radio


Oh, I drove and operated one of these for 11 years in the USAF before they were replaced by AN/GRC-206 Comm Rack in HMMWVs.


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