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NEWS | Oct. 13, 2022

Radio Systems: Smart Books Offer Detailed Info

BLUF: PEO C3T has published four smart books for the following radio systems:
AN/PRC-158, AN/PRC-163, AN/PRC-166 and AN/PRC-168.

Soldier using radio
Photo by Sgt. 1st Class R.J. Lannom

Here’s good news for those searching for the NSNs and part numbers for the following radio systems: AN/PRC-158, AN/PRC-163, AN/PRC-166 and AN/PRC-168 and their variants and components. You can now support these systems with some new PEO C3T quick-reference guides covering subcomponents, accessories, parts and additional authorized lists.

Click the links below to access the smart books on milSuite (CAC required):

1. AN/PRC-158(V)3(C) Generation 2 Manpack
Including variants/components:
  • RT-2034B(P)(C)/U
  • AN/VRC-124(V)1 – Single Vehicular Mounted System
  • AN/VRC-125(V)1 – Dual Vehicular Mounted System
  • AN/VRC-131(V)1 – SINCGARS Legacy Adapter System
  • AN/TRC-240(V)1 – Tactical Operations Center System
View or download HERE.
2. AN/PRC-163(V)2 Handheld Leader Radio
Including variants/components:
  • RT-2062A(C)/U
  • AN/VRC-135(V)1
View or download HERE.
3. AN/PRC-166(V)1 TSM Ghost Radio System
Including variants/components:
  • RT-2092/U
View or download HERE.
4. AN/PRC-168 TSM Shadow Radio System
Including variants/components:
  • AN/PRC-168(V)1 – Dismounted Radio System
  • AN/PRC-168(V)2 – Tactical Radio Integration Kit (TRIK)
View or download HERE.
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