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Improving dedicated bandwidth

To enhance WC-130J Super Hercules communication capabilities, the United States Air Force Reserve completed the successful temporary installation and test of a third Very High Frequency, or VHF, antenna on a 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron aircraft May 1 at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. The third VHF antenna provides the Training and Research in Oceanic and Atmospheric Processes in Tropical Cyclones, or TROPIC, U.S. Naval Academy’s internship program a dedicated channel for gathering data during storm missions. Once testing and evaluation is completed over the summer, installation of the antenna on the 10 WC-130Js is projected to begin this fall. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Crystal Register)

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Crystal Register
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SM-G973U

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240/100

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1/792

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50

IMAGE IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

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