SINGARS

AcronymDefinition
SINGARSSingle-Channel Ground-Air Radio System
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The operations center used MTS, BTF, and the Single-Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINGARS) to track each mission.
Such interoperability is technologically feasible right now, and yet because we did not plan or prepare for the deployment of such capability, few if any police officers could effectively communicate with military personnel, and indeed many National Guard Soldiers were unable to communicate by radio with their Title 10 counterparts because our Title 10 forces were equipped with frequency-hopping SINGARS [single-channel ground-air secure radios] and many National Guard units were not.
The system runs off AC power, lithium batteries, or Singars rechargeable batteries.