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  • #31
    Originally posted by LVFD301 View Post
    OMG....
    3. The radio ID plate. Wow. Can you name one instance where this has been an FCC issue on a type certified or authorized piece of equipment? It is required to be there during the sale, but 10 years down the road no.
    I'm usually not one to accuse a man of something, but I bet you're the type of guy that tears the warning tags off mattresses and pillows aintcha?

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    • #32
      I sold two way radios for 22 years. Most of the departments I worked with had a radio for each individual. The radio was assigned, by serial number, to an individual who sighed a contract making him responsible for the well being of the radio with a replacement cost if he lost it or if it was damaged.

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      • #33
        Bringing up old stuff here I see.....


        We issue radios to the officers, Lieutenants, Captains, Assistant Chief and Chief...and to most of the EMS people, the rest are on the vehicles. We have an SOG that says basically you can talk if you have to, otherwise shut up.
        Jason Knecht
        Firefighter/EMT
        Township Fire Dept., Inc.
        Eau Claire, WI

        IACOJ - Director of Cheese and Whine
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