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AEM Tac/Com selected for Ohio State Highway Patrol

July 31, 2012  By Carey Fredericks

July 31, 2012, Kelowna, B.C. - AEM announced today that the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Aviation Division, has selected AEM’s Tactical Communication systems (Tac/Com) for the VHF-FM and UHF-FM radio system upgrade for their entire aviation fleet.

AEM, together with their US distributor EDMO, worked diligently with
Spirit Avionics of Columbus Ohio to help the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s
Aviation Division define and refine their system requirements. The
Tac/Com system installations will be completed by Cincinnati Avionics.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol, Aviation Division, has been using the NAT
Tac/Com system (now licensed to AEM) for many years and determined that
the best fit going forward was the newer generation of the Tac/Com
product available from AEM.

“We are very proud to be the tactical radio system solution provider for
the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Aviation Division, and to see the
ongoing value of the Tac/Com radios as demonstrated by their selection
of our Tac/Com products,” said Ray Lewis, VP Business Development for

Delivery of the Tac/Com radio systems will begin later this summer.



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