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Army reprograms $90 million for SFAB radios

November 14, 2017 |
Courtney McBride
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The congressional defense committees have approved the Army's request to reprogram $90 million in fiscal year 2017 funds to support communications capability for the service's nascent security force assistance brigades. As Inside the Army reported in September, the radios were included in a Sept. 11 reprogramming request signed by Defense Department Comptroller David Norquist. The department sought to repurpose $90 million "to procure six tactical communication capabilities (PRC-117G, PRC-152A, AN-PRC-148C, Next Gen High Frequency Radio, Tactical Voice Bridge, and associated...

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