Adapting the vehicle mounted tactical loudspeaker system to today's operational environment
Engen, Mark C.
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From the time they were first used by the United States Army during World War II, loudspeakers have proven to be an effective means for tactical psychological operations (PSYOP) teams to disseminate messages to their intended target audiences. The vehicle mounted family of loudspeakers (FOL) is the loudspeaker system currently being utilized by tactical psychological operations forces as the primary mobile means of disseminating messages or sound effects to their target audiences. In its current configuration, the vehicle mounted loudspeaker system is not meeting the needs of the tactical PSYOP teams (TPTs) conducting operations in today[alpha]s operational environment. The objective of our project is to determine why the current loudspeaker system is not meeting the requirements of the TPTs, and provide recommended changes to the current FOL system.
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