September 1996
Army Communicator;Fall96, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p44
Reports on the completion of the first-article testing of the the United States Amry's AN/PSC-5 Spitfire by the manufacturer, Magnavox Electronic Systems Company in 1996.


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