I-REMBASSImproved-Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System
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I-REMBASS teams composed of soldiers in MOS 96R carry remotely emplaced sensors into areas occupied, or soon to be occupied, by the enemy and they also deploy motion-detecting GSRs along likely enemy avenues of approach.
In my experience, our LLVI, GSR, and I-REMBASS soldiers do a superb job with the equipment and training they have.
REMBASS II (replaces the I-REMBASS (Improved-Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System) in the BCT).