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General Dynamics Delivers 30,000th Combat Search and Rescue Radio to the Air Force

General Dynamics Delivers 30,000th Combat Search and Rescue Radio to the Air Force - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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Chris Marzilli
Chris Marzilli

General Dynamics‘ C4 systems recently delivered 674 AN/PRC-112G radios to the U.S. Air Force, including its 30,000th combat search and rescue radio.

Chris Marzilli, president of General Dynamics’ C4 systems, said that in Afghanistan, Iraq and across the globe, the HOOK2 search and rescue system has helped save the lives of military personnel isolated or are in harm’s way during a mission. He added the company will continue to improve the system and deliver the technical expertise and training crucial to successful search and rescue missions.

According the General Dynamics, the PRC-112 radios are part of the HOOK2 CSAR system which has connected downed military pilots, aircrews and isolated personnel to search and rescue team members since the 1980s.

General Dynamics says the HOOK2 SAR including the AN/PRC-112G radios which pilots, aircrew and special operations personnel carry provide secure two-way communications and automated alerts that help in rescuing crews and identifying and locating them quickly.

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Written by David J. Barton

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