Clansman was the name of a combat net radio system (CNR) used by the British Army from 1976 to 2010.
It was developed in the 1960s, to satisfy a 1965 General Staff Requirement. Most Clansman radio equipment was built by Racal, Mullard Equipment Ltd and Plessey. Clansman represented a considerable advance over existing radios being offered to the Armed Forces at the time. It replaced the ageing Larkspur radio system, and proved to be more flexible, reliable and far lighter.
Clansman was in use by British forces from the late 1970s and saw service in most UK military operations. It was replaced in the mid-2000s by the Bowman communication system.
Parts include antennae masts (turned brass x2) and antennae bases (x2).
SMM3527 Clansman Antennae and Bases
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