This 39-foot mobile communications center is available for purchase from our GSA contract.
3 of the 5 workstations are located in the electrically operated slideout.
The slideout accommodates three workstations and cabinetry for storage.
The PTZ night vision camera, black mast prewired for the customer’s antennas and a green strobe light are mounted on the back of the vehicle.
A digital satellite system, 2 heat pumps and 4 telescopic scene lights are installed on this gelcoat fiberglass communications center.
This 39-foot mobile communications center is wired for PBX phones and radios including UHF, VHF, amateur, 800 MHz, digital 2-way, CB and aircraft.
The Mobile Communications Center for Dyess Air Force Base in Texas is ready to provide seamless and uninterrupted flow of information for day-to-day operations as well as major disasters to minimize the loss of life, injury and property. This mobile communications center is wired for PBX phones and radios including UHF, VHF, amateur, 800 MHz, digital 2-way, CB and aircraft.
Technical service personnel and communication specialists together with their commanders work with other agencies like dispatch centers, base and local police departments, base and local fire departments, the Emergency Management Office, and numerous local, regional, and state agencies as well as the news media to mitigate major emergency incidents and other newsworthy events.
They are also tasked with maintaining operational readiness so that they are ready to provide communication support at a moment’s notice.