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Design Considerations for a Transportable Sound Reinforcement System
Transportable sound reinforcement systems must be designed to anticipate operating requirements in any location where the sound reinforcement system may be used. This paper will describe the design considerations involved in the design of a transportable sound reinforcement system for use by the Marine Corps Amphibious Warfare Presentation Branch, Marine Corps Development and Education Command, Quantico, virginia. The Amphibious Warfare Presentation Branch consists of eight more officers, each an expert in his field of military activity, and five or more enlisted technicians whose function is to present multi-media audio visual instruction programs on various military warfare techniques at some 80 locations throughout the world each year.
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