434th CS amps up EM radio

GRISSOM AIR RESERVE BASE, Ind. -- Tech. Sgt. Jeff Lassa uses a radio frequency analyzer to setup a land mobile radio amplifier and antenna on an emergency management response trailer as Airman 1st Class Scott Floyd observes. The amplification system increases the range of an LMR from around two miles to about 25 miles. The response trailer enables Grissom emergency managers to respond to a scene and have everything they need for six days. Sergeant Lassa is a ground radio communications specialist with the 434th Communications Squadron and Airman Floyd is an emergency management journeyman with the 434th Civil Engineer Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Mark R. W. Orders-Woempner)

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