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RT Montana: Life Around Camp 1970
RT Idaho: 1971
RT New York
RT Wyoming BDA Mission 1971
MACV-SOG HALO Teams 1970 -1971

RT Montana 1969
RT Viper One-Zero 1971
RT West Virginia One-One 1971
RT Maine 1970
RT Iowa 1969 - The Golfcourse

MACV-SOG Equipment:

Individual Equipment
Team Equipment
Personal Gear
Original MACV-SOG Gear

Australian SASR
Seal Team 1

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 radion and carried in the upper left pocket of the jungle uniform.

This is a sample of the text from the TM Manual.

" To operate the ARC-RT-10, pull the antenna all the way out until the basering is visible. To transmit voice, push transmit lever in, hold speakermicrophone close and speak in a normal voice. To transmit and monitortone, push transmit lever in and hold, then push tone button down to stop.The battery provided will operate the receiver-transmitter approximately 30hours at 68° or 15 hours at 32° on a duty cycle of approximately 50%transmit and 50% receive. Range of radio for line of-sight operation isapproximately 20 mile for homing and 10 miles for voice contact.

NOTE For maximum transmit and receive, keep handsaway from antenna when the radio is inoperation and hold in a vertical position withserial pointed straight up."

A current Modern Forces project is to take some unservicable RT-10 radios and replce the insides with modern radios for use during re-enactments and training.