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Radios in Jeeps in the SWPT

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Hi all! Like the last couple of posts I'm an aviation modeller, but am planning and collecting material for a diorama involving a jeep and 1 or 2 trucks.

My question is what types of radio equipment was fitted to or carried in jeeps in the South-West Pacific Theater between about August 1942 and August 1944.

The diorama will be a scene from northern Australia if that helps.

Thanks in advance for any help!

Dennis The Bear

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Hi, Dennis,
A quick check on the net and found the following:
Fitting Radio Equipment to a WW2 Jeep
It reckons that the most common radio/s fitted to ¼ ton 4x4 (Jeep) is the BC-620 (SCR-510) or the BC-659 (SCR 610).
In addition is a goolge search for images of the BC-620
Also the following site lists the most commonly used Australian manufactured military radio equipment used during World War II.
Lastly I did a search for world war 2 radio sets through the Australian War Memorial:
Hope this helps

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