What radio is this?

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CCHLLM

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It's for sure not an XTS2500 and definitely not a Motorola product. Looks to be the basic non-display version of the E.F. Johnson 5100 series which the US military is using in large numbers.
 
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You guys are absolutely correct!! I didn't look close enough and thought it was a XTS in a case and I should know better. Its a PRC-127 I think the non screen model is called CLMR Combat Land mobile radio
 

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But isn't intra squad in the 220mhz or something like that?...i couldnt tell the model of the radio, i got an email from the national guard news letter and that pic was in the email, i like the body of that radio
 

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RT 5100 ES Model I UHF (380-470 MHz) / COMBAT LAND MOBILE RADIO (CLMR) AN/PRC-127EFJ
NSN: 5820-01-567-6589 No display or keypad (as pictured)


RT 5100 ES Model III VHF (136-174MHz) AN/PRC-127VHF
NSN: 5820-01-567-6582 with display and DTMF keypad
 
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It's in the 380 range


But isn't intra squad in the 220mhz or something like that?...i couldnt tell the model of the radio, i got an email from the national guard news letter and that pic was in the email, i like the body of that radio
 
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