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Title2538A Single Channel Ground Airborne Radio System
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Table of Contents
                            Contents
Student Information
Study Guide
Study Unit 1 - Introduction/Characteristics Of The Single Channel Ground Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS)
	Lesson 1- Characteristics And Capabilities Of SINCGARS Equipment
		Exercise
	Lesson 2 - SINCGARS Controls And Indicators
		Exercise
	Exercise
	Exercise Solutions
Study Unit 2 - Prepare The Single Channel Ground Airborne System (SINCGARS) For Operation
	Lesson 1 - Set Up Procedures For The SINCGARS For Single Channel (SC) Operation
		Exercise
	Lesson 2 - Prepare The SINCGARS Using Communication Security (COMSEC) And Local Fills For Operation
		Exercise
	Unit Exercise
	Unit Exercise Solutions
Study Unit 3 - Operate The Single Channel Ground Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS)
	Lesson 1 - Single Channel Operation Procedures Indicators
		Exercise
	Lesson 2 - Frequency Hopping Operations
		Exercise
	Unit Exercise
	Unit Exercise Solutions
Review Lesson
Review Lesson Solutions
Glossary
Bibliography
Course Evaluation Questionnaire
Course Content Assistance Request
Student Request/Inquiry
2538FrontMatter.pdf
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	Student Information
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		Study Hours
		Course Materials
		Review Agency
		Reserve Retirement Credits (RRC)
		ACE
		Assistance
		Study Guide
			Congratulations
			Your Personal Characteristics
			Beginning Your Course
			Leafing Through the Text
			The First Study Unit
			Reading the Learning Objectives
			Completing the Exercises
			Continuing to March
			Preparing for the Final Exam
			Tackling the Final Exam
			Completing Your Course
			Graduating!
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MCI 2538A







MARINE CORPS INSTITUTE








SINGLE CHANNEL GROUND
AIRBORNE RADIO SYSTEM

(SINCGARS)









MARINE BARRACKS
WASHINGTON, DC

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(c) Select the radio type. (See figure 2-27.)


Notes: The display window shows the words ICOM or NON-ICOM. If ICOM is
highlighted, press ENTER and the display window will display the next

activity.

If NON-ICOM is highlighted you must select the "I" key on the keyboard so
that ICOM is highlighted. Once your selection is complete press ENTER.

Fig 2-27. Select radio type on display window.

(d) Notice the change on the display window cueing you to select the mode. (See
figure 2-28.)

Note: For this lesson select "MODE 1."

Fig 2-28. Selecting transfer MODE on the display window.

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(8) Select "MODE 1" by pressing the "O" key on the keyboard, which is shared with
the left arrow key on the keyboard. (See figure 2-29.)

Fig 2-29. "O" key and left arrow.

Note: The display window will show the brevity "CIK" which stands for
Cryptographic Ignition Key. (See figure 2-30.) The CIK key must be in
the valid status before performing "MODE 1" or "MODE 2" operations.

(a) Wait for CIK status. (See figure 2-30.)

Fig 2-30. Display window showing wait for status.

(b) Observe status "MODE 1."

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