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How the Tatmadaw Talks: The Burmese Armys Radio Systems

CollectionsANU Strategic and Defence Studies Centre (SDSC)
Title: How the Tatmadaw Talks: The Burmese Armys Radio Systems
Author(s): Ball, Desmond
Date published: 2004
Publisher: Canberra, ACT : Strategic and Defense Studies Centre, The Australian National University
Series/Report no.: Working paper (Australian National University. Strategic and Defence Studies Centre) ; no. 388
The tatmadaw currently uses eight different radio systems for communications within and between the successive echelons from the Ministry of Defence (formerly called the War Office) in Rangoon to the front-line units - the 12 Regional Commands, the Military Operation Commands (MOCs), the Tactical Operation Commands (TOCs), the Light Infantry Divisions (LIDs), the Battalions, Companies and Columns. This paper describes these various radio systems and their capabilities.
ISBN: 073155454X


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