WWII Radio Set BC-654-A Receiver and Transmitter. The outer box shows the signs of storage.
You get what you see on the picture. Manufactured in USA, Crosley Corporation, Cincinnati, Ohio. The history of the BC-654 is long and proud.
It's first offensive combat use was early in WWII. Aboard a landing vehicle in operation Torch November 8, 1942, the BC-654 was the first radio set to establish communications from the beach to the Fleet, and was used to coordinate Naval gunfire, and Beach Nets. The Radio Set last saw combat service during Korea; and was used extensively. FREQUENCY: 3,8 - 5,8 MHz.
You get what you see on the picture, a complete device, without a battery. The item "WWII Radio Set BC-654-A Receiver and Transmitter" is in sale since Saturday, October 13, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Surplus\Radios". The seller is "militaryshop13" and is located in Nis. This item can be shipped worldwide.