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Mystery Ranch Tactiplane


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Tactiplane 
Recce Assault 

The Tactiplane is the largest internal frame pack and has been the standard issue RECCE pack for SOCOM since 2006. Designed to function under the heaviest loads, no other internal frame pack adapts to the realities an operator faces like the Tactiplane.


Re-direct Waistbelt system allows user to tighten with both hands improving weight distribution to hips.

The harness compartment provides stabilizing compression straps, securing the radio to the body panel to minimize shifting. The harness is most compatible with the AN/PRC-117G and PRC-117F.
  




NSNs

Name Color Year NSN 
Tactiplane Coyote 2009 8465-01-571-3552
Tactiplane Multicam 2010
8465-01-582-0405
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ASAP

3 Day

Tactiplane














SATL

Mountain

Crewcab









Tecnical Specifications 


  • Classic top loading design for easy packing
  • PALS webbing accommodates MOLLE accessories
  • Bolstered Ventilation and Stability (BVS) system increases stability of the pack over armor
  • Speed Zip compartment for quick access to sleeping bag
  • Removable side Rip-Zip Pockets
  • Vertical back long pockets
  • Removable Daypack Lid
  • Center zipper access
  • Volume: 6000 cu-in (98 L)
  • Weight: 9 lbs 10 oz (4.4 kg)
  • Dimensions: 34.5"x16"x14.5" (88x41x 37cm)
  • Frame System: Mountain Frame
  • Country Of Manufacture: USA
  • Intended Use: Expeditions, Extended Missions, RECCE















References 
  1. USSR Special Forces Intelligence Secret Radios, C9 (АКАЦИЯ)
    Website (Russian). Retrieved July 2016.
  2. Russian FM Project, Radio Station Acacia S-9
    Website (Russian). Retrieved July 2016. USSR Technical Forum,
  3. EnigmaMuseum, Photograph of S-9 radio
    September 2016. Reproduced here by kind permission.


Further Information
  • Other covert radios
  • Cold War USSR spy radio sets

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