FM radios, known for the clarity of their signals, were a godsend to U.S. forces. Raines cites the praise of a radio operator serving in an infantry battalion: "FM saved lives and won battles because it speeded our communications and enabled us to move more quickly than the Germans, who had to depend on AM."
October 4, 2010 11:00 AM PDT
Photo by: U.S. Army
| Caption by: Jonathan Skillings
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