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Marines look to beef psychological ops with a radio station in a box | Marine Corps Times
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Marines look to beef psychological ops with a radio station in a box | Marine Corps Times

The Marine Corps is seeking to acquire commercial off-the-shelf FM broadcast radio kits to bolster its ability to conduct information warfare, a military activity known as psychological operations, or PSYOP.

In a request for information, or RFI, filed on Tuesday, the Marine Corps Information Operations Center is seeking information for a potential FM band radio acquisition and equipment that can conduct live broadcast.

“The objective of the acquisition is to provide the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) commander the ability to influence friendly, neutral, adversary and enemy target audiences through message dissemination in the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) utilizing broadcast FM radio,” the RFI reads.

Source: Marines look to beef psychological ops with a radio station in a box | Marine Corps Times