Question on an OPP term

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canoman1

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Listening this morning and heard a new unit calling in with the I'd MSUER, seemed like he was just in Trenton for a few hours and then switched talk groups. I haven't heard that term used before. Teresa wasn't any other identifier for that unit. Checked the wiki and didn't see it.
 

canoman1

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First time this morning he was either looking for a code to get into detachment or an extension number and was wondering who the seargent in charge for the day was. Later in the day he called back in asking for Smith Falls to switch him to 2ops32. Then that was it.
Just curious as I haven't heard the term before.
 

CdnFBI

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MSU - Mobile Support Unit. In my listening experience when deployed it can become a Command Post for ERT responses etc.
 

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i heard that term msusr when they were in sarnia and saw the opp command unit so yea mobile support unit east region sounds right to me
 
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