Thursday, September 15, 2011

Land Rover

Students of Tactical Communications (TACTCOMMS) course 0039 don their packs and prepare to move out with 6x6 and 4x4 Land Rovers to their first Tactical Air Command Post (TACP) site. After spending three weeks training at RAAF Richmond's No. 1 Combat Communication Squadron (1CCS), students of TACTCOMMS course 0039 deployed to the Singleton Training Area in New South Wales to consolidate their knowledge in a tactical field environment. Having travelled from RAAF bases all over Australia to participate in the course, the students were kitted out with their packs, webbing and F88 Steyrs before disappearing into the bush to set up and operate Tactical Air Command Posts (TACP) and smaller satellite radio communication posts known as 'Step Ups'. (Photo: Australia DoD)

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