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BCC-349(NATO nomenclature PRC-349)
is a simplex handheld transceiver, built in Great Britain by RACAL as part of the "Clansman" series. In Britain it is called UK/PRC-349.
It may be carried on the shoulder, on the back,on the breast or on the belt, a lot of different straps were supported.
There are different versions covering a 10 MHz band in the frequency range from 30 to 76 MHz.
In 1979 a license was sold to Spain. Great Britain and Spain exported large quantities. Numerous BCC-349 were seized during
"Operation Desert Storm". They most probably come from both countries.
Other captured radios from "Operation Desert Storm:
Existing accessories for the Clansman- Series are:
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The Clansman- series
was used by the British Army from 1976 to 2010.
It should provide communication between headquarters and fighting forces. It consists of 9 (or 10) radios and their accessories. (The PRC-350, in some sources. is not mentioned under "Clansman").
The radios are:
Tactical band radios: