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Personal Role Radio

The Personal Role Radio (PRR) is a small transmitter-receiver that allows infantry soldiers tom communicate over short distances - even through thick cover or the walls of buildings - without shouting, hand signals or relaying messages. PRR enables section commanders to react quickly,aggressivly and efficiently to rapidly changing situations including contact with the enemy - greatly increasing the effectiveness of infantry fire teams. PRR is issued to every member of an eight-strong infantry section, and will be available to othr troops in due course.

They however lack the use of being able to call upon Para's, but then again they couldn't find there own arseholes with two hands, let alone a bunch of monkeys!