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From: email@example.com (Andrew VK3BFA)
Subject: Re: HELP - My missile wont work!
Date: 28 Dec 2002 16:01:17 -0800
NNTP-Posting-Date: 29 Dec 2002 00:01:17 GMT
Jim Yanik wrote in message news:...
> firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrew VK3BFA) wrote in
> >> >
> > What we want you nice Amwericans to do is, perhaps, kick off a
> > discussion on the guidance systems in these things, along the lines of
> > 1. Types of sensors used in different generations
> > 2. How they work, ie is there a sensor cooling system we need to check
> > 3. A source of surplus American sensor heads we can buy- might be
> > easier that fixing the ones we have.
> > 3. A URL of an American defense contractors website with a brief
> > explanation of how they are supposed to work.
> > And we cant build one of these things from scratch, so we dont need
> > the real classified drawings and circuits, but we do have a couple of
> > real good techs who have a few of them apart on the bench right now
> > and just need a bit of guidance (HA HA is Arabic joke - good, eh?) on
> > how to get them up and running.
> If those Arab techies are so smart,how come they can't Google search and
> find those URL's? Or figure out how the missile works from examining
> them,or from data found on the web?
Why spend all that time and effort doing a search when you can post a
question and get all the info you want from people who have a working
knowledge of these things?
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