Radio training

A team participates in survival training with the Minnesota Air National Guard on June 13, 2010 at Bush Lake in Bloomington, Minn. Master Sgt. Aaron Siek (right), an aircrew flight equipment craftsman with the 109th Airlift Squadron, shows Master Sgt. Brian Goebel (center), a flight engineer with the 109th A.S. and Master Sgt. Steve Majerle, a loadmaster with the 133rd Operations Group, how to use a PRC-112 survival radio. The PRC-112 is one of the newest radios being used by air crews and features voice communication, beacon, satcom, and GPS. USAF official photo by Master Sgt. Dave Fenner

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Dave Fenner
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