PRRs as we need radios, some of us are trained on the PRRs by the cadet training teams, and otter than the 349s they are the only other radio we are suppose to use, the number depends on the price. And the idea of looking aly infront of 13 years olds... Only the seniors will be using them and occasionally others so normally 15-17 years olds ish
Iv only had good experiences with prrs, but then maybe it just because I'm used to 349s. But honestly never had a problem with prrs an it not like we get anything near brand new ones ether. What problems do people find with them?
I'm not sure why you want all the expensive equipment for your cadets. Commercially available equipment will work just as well, especially if your goal is just to teach them basic signals procedure. The PRRs operate on military frequencies anyway - you could be getting yourself into unexpected trouble somewhere down the line if you happen to pick a frequency that conflicts with one being used by a military unit in the area.