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1st SFAB To Be Equipped With Harris Radios

As we’ve told you in the past, the Army’s newest Brigade is getting the latest and greatest hardware. Harris Communications recently announced a contract to supply radios to Fort Benning’s 1st Security Force Assistance Brigade.


They are receiving the Falcon III AN/PRC-152A wideband networking handheld radios, AN/PRC-117G multi-band networking manpack radios and AN/PRC-160 high-frequency manpack radios, equipped with Soldier Radio Waveform and the Adaptive Networking Wideband Waveform.


Recently, 1st SFAB’s Combat Advisors were issued Crye Precision Adaptive Vest System armor vests. They are also next up for fielding the Army’s new M17 Modular Handgun System.

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12 Responses to “1st SFAB To Be Equipped With Harris Radios”

  1. TominVA says:

    Intuitive interface as usual (sarcasm very much intended).

  2. Horshack says:

    My TL says that these guys are the same as special Forces guys so why not just give them a green beret and start a special Forces group on fort bennimg? My TL would have gone special Forces but he blew his knee out on some secret op at desert storm.

  3. B M says:

    So, how long before they cut SF since SFAB “is basically the same thing and cheaper”?

  4. Manimal says:

    Dear SFAB,
    You’re welcome for all of the laterally transferred 152s.
    -Salty 101st Soldier

    • Nobody says:

      Yeah, came here to say this. Really pleased that I no longer have sufficient radios and they’re now MBITRs at best.

  5. Chris says:

    Not to be a total dick, but the title of this post should have just read:

    “1st SFAB To Be Equipped With Equipment Available to Regular Units Since 2010”.

    • lcpl1066 says:

      PBS Newshour showed guys participating in a field problem with NATO tonight. Guys are still rocking MBITRs

      • Nobody says:

        Yeah the 101st is rocking ASIPs and MBITRs since we just transferred all our 152s to these people.

  6. Steve says:

    This is good news; the SFABs will be able to communicate seamlessly with SEDENA and SEMAR, to whom we’ve provided hundreds of Harris radios over the last 7 or so years.