The Contingency Response Communications System (CRCS) is one piece of next generation equipment in the 126 Communication Flight's arsenal of weapons in the battle for reliable emergency communications. The CRCS is an Internet Protocol (IP) based agency-neutral solution that allows first responders to communicate and exchange information with radio interoperability, live streaming video, wireless Internet, and VoIP (voice over IP) services. Hosted by Senior Airman Andrew Kleiser. Includes soundbites from Tech. Sgt. Christopher Kruse, wireless transmission manager, 126th Communications Flight, 126th Air Refueling Wing, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Also available in high definition.
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