Tactical Operations Trailer

Designed and manufactured for the Seymour Johnson Air Force Based in North Carolina, this Tactical Operations Trailer is loaded with electronics and special features. The Seymour Johnson Air Force Base is a major air combat command base and home to the 4th Fighter Wing.

A total of 5 workstations line the interior of the trailer with one located in the 4 ft. electronic slideout. Each workstation is equipped with seating and wall-mounted LED TVs; an additional LED TV on the trailers exterior is accessed via a roll-up door.

Exterior features include a 20′ mast, an access door allowing easy access to the interior equipment rack, LED scene and ICC lights.

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  • 29-foot length trailer (includes hitch)
  • Gel coat fiberglass painted dark blue exterior
  • 4-foot electric slideout
  • One 42-inch exterior LED TV w/roll up door
  • 4 Exterior LED Scene lights
  • LED ICC Lights
  • Exterior speakers
  • 20-foot powder coated aluminum manual mast
  • Electric leveling jacks
  • Walk-on roof
  • Access door to electronics equipment rack


  • Five (5) workstations (One in the electronic slideout)
  • Five (5) wall-mounted LED TVs (2 located in the slideout)
  • Audio/Video conferencing
  • Vented electronics equipment rack (w/ exterior access door)
  • Overhead aluminum cabinets


  • Honda EU7000 generator on hitch
  • CAT6/ 12v/110v wiring
  • Full-perimeter wire chase system w/removable cover
  • Custom electrical panel w/120v & 12 volt
  • One A/C & 2 heaters


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