The rear of the floorplan includes a full-size electronics rack, galley and lavatory with sliding pocket door.
3 of the 5 communications workstations are located in the slideout portion of the trailer.
Though this floorplan includes a total of 5 workstations, there is ample room for foot traffic due to the the slideout.
The sliding pocket door separates the communications area from the conference room in this model. A smart board system is located above the table in the conference room.
The 9-foot electric slideout accommodates three workstations in the communications area of this mobile command vehicle. Antenna brackets are installed and prewired at the roof line for customers’ antennas.
A 42-inch LED TV with rollup compartment door can be accessed on the curbside of the communications center.
The 20-foot electric mast accommodates the PTZ night vision camera on this 35-foot mobile communications trailer.
The Mobile Communications Trailer for Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Georgia serves as an on-site command and communications hub for their Emergency Management Agency.
The base serves as the home for the 94th Airlift Wing (94 AW); Air Force Reserve Command’s (AFRC) 22nd Air Force; Army Aviation Service Facility #2 (AASF#2) of the Georgia Army National Guard; and Marine and Navy Reserve units.
The Mobile Communications Center can serve as on-site communications back-up during emergencies and large scale events on the base or surrounding communities. These types of commands have been transported to bases throughout the United States to support emergency response efforts.