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Warrior West – TEA Headsets V60 MARSOC Configuration

The system was specifically configured for the operational needs and requirements of MARSOC and consists of the Invsiso V60 control unit as well as an array of radio, vehicle, and aircraft interface cables. This system also utilizes the TEA Hi-Threat Tier 1 Headset.



7 Responses to “Warrior West – TEA Headsets V60 MARSOC Configuration”

  1. Henrik says:

    offtopic: Tan499 is such an awesome color I wish my country had went with it instead of our new gray/FG-ish color.

  2. Darrel says:

    “the operation needs and requirements of MARSOC”

    I don’t understand what this means. They say it like their needs are so different from other SF units that they can’t just piggy back off other contracts. Perhaps I am not creative enough, but they have all the same rough capabilities of NSW, but a far lower budget.

    • SSD says:

      You don’t know what you are talking about. They are not NSW.

      • Matt says:

        SSD, that’s not what Darrel is saying… I read it as at its core what operational capabilities does MARSOC have that require a unique set of mic’d ear pro not already found in the many available sets already In use by the Mitary . Based on the link provided by you the only two things these headsets do that the current generation of Peltors being issued to conventional troops in Afghanistan is that they can come in Multicam and are submersible (don’t know if the peltors are or not). Just randomly throwing out a SOF units name and not providing any info to back it up is a gimmick.

        • SSD says:

          Not if they are buying them. Then, it’s not a gimmick, it’s called a “fact”. TEA has and will make different versions for other organizations.

    • Phil says:

      MARSOC is much closer to Army SF than NSW in terms of capability and mission.

  3. This is the new V60 Comm kit that MARSOC has purchased from TEA. The Headset, Control Unit and vast cabling options are per their requirement and they are getting issued as such. We have multiple other kits for the different organizations within and outside of USSOCOM, this just happens to be what this group went with. The kit is way more than what you see here and we typically do not “label” a kit until it’s been vetted, purchased/delivered (which this one has).