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[Towertalk] OT:Communications Vans and Trailers

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Subject: [Towertalk] OT:Communications Vans and Trailers
From: (Stu Greene)
Date: Mon, 08 Jul 2002 15:58:24 -0700
At 03:32 PM 7/8/2002 -0400, David Jordan wrote:
>You didn't tell us why you want this information???

He's  planning to blow up the local pub and ran out of darts

>I'm the Chief INFOSEC officer for Arlington County Gov.(USA) and I'm not 
>going to tell you how many vans we have, plan to have, the size or them or 
>what the contents are of those vans, etc.

That's impressive

>Perhaps in another time but not now and not any time in the foreseeable 

Aw gee

>Unfortunately, I have no idea if you are who you say you are.  I don't 
>know you.  For all I know you could be some wanna be terrorist!

My guess is that George is a  wanna be contester but you're right...the FBI 
and God are on your side, David

>You question comes at a time when my Country is in a constant state of 
>alert for terrorist acts!  I hope you are not offended by my response but 
>it is the only one I can offer you at this time.
>You don't have a need to know.

George, what you need is  probably in the ARRL handbook.  There will be a 
copy at the RSGB library

Cheers and 73 but don't tell anyone I violated national security


>George Shaw wrote:
> > Hi
> > I am trying to compile details on the various communications vans and
> > trailers in use for radio both amateur and military, large or small. The
> > vans/trailers themselves and the interior layout would be of intrest.
> >
> > If anyone has photos of their van or club trailers on field days or any
> > pointers to manufactures or web sites with the same could they please
> > email me direct.
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
> > George Shaw MI3GTO
> >
> > Mobile: +44 (0) 7740 361 163

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