C-109 Modification Manual - p.13 Radio Modifications

Many thanks to Paul Stahl Jr, for sending us this modification manual for the C-109 fuel transport, an modified verison of the B-24 bomber. His father, Paul Stahl Sr, was the project engineer for the C-109.

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Page 13 - Section 5 - Radio Modifications

A fore and aft sense antenna is installed on the top of the plane by stretching a spring tensioned copper wire from the 104A mast antenna at Station 4.1 to a mast installed at Station 7.3, with an insulator half way between the two masts seperating the two lead-inb wires to the No.1 compass receiver and the No.2 compass receiver.

How to cite this article: Rickard, J (4 August 2016), C-109 Modification Manual - p.13 Radio Modifications, http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/C109/pictures_13_radio.html

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