q 1 soldier
q 1 hour
q Wire, 4-conductor, 18-gauge 5-foot length or cable, telephone, WD-1/TT, 5-foot
length, (two required) (cut back three steel strands of the two sections)
q Connector, UG-273
q Handset, H-189/GR, or standard CVC helmet
q Plate, Soviet chest
q Transceiver, Soviet, R-123M (with power supply)
q Wire, 2-conductor, 12-gauge (minimum size), 3-foot length
q Rope, lo-foot length
q Substitute radio with
The AN/VIC-1 intercom should not have the R-123M wired
through it. For proper operation of the intercom while the
R-123M is being used, set the INSTALLATION SWITCH on
the AM-1780 to INT ONLY position.
1. Locate the power cable that runs from the turret wall to connection J-21 on the
bottom of MT-1029. Remove the cable from the J-21 connection. Without removing
the connector from the cable, strip back and remove approximate y four inches of the
outer insulation. Stagger the splices, and scrape approximate y 1/4 to l/2-inch of the
inner insulation off each of the four wires in the cable.
2. Use a jumper cable of at least 12-gauge wire, and attach troth the red and the white
wires in this power cable to the positive side of the Soviet power supply.
3. Use another jumper cable of at least 12-gauge wire, and attach both the black and
the green wires in this power cable to the negative side of the power supply. (Point B.)