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U.S. Air Force officials are looking for companies able on short notice to supply about 1,000 rugged handheld displays to help tactical air controllers who direct air strikes from forward-deployed areas of the battlefield.

The Air Force Materiel Command at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., have released a request for information (FMVR1) called the TACP RFI for Full Motion Video Receiver (FMVR) Display Device.

The RFI is seeking potential sources to provide commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) closed circuit TVs (CCTV) or handheld display devices for use with the TACP Dismounted Full Motion Video Receiver (FMVR), which is part of the Tactical Air Control Party Modernization program (TACP-M).

Source: John Keller for Militaryaerospace.com

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