British Armed Forces Communications and Information Systems - Combat Net Radio

Combat Net Radio

Combat net radio systems are typically used for tactical communications at section and platoon level upwards. They are operated by soldiers from every part of the Army as well as the specialists from the Royal Corps of Signals.

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