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Old December 13th 03, 06:24 PM
Michael Smith
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http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/ar.../ln/ln23a.html

Can anyone tell me how effective this is likely to be? At what sort of
slant rangews and depths will it work? When is it likely to enter service
(if not already)? Can it be fitted to satellites as well as P3/S60?


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Old December 13th 03, 06:50 PM
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"Michael Smith" wrote in message
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http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/ar.../ln/ln23a.html

Can anyone tell me how effective this is likely to be? At what sort of
slant rangews and depths will it work? When is it likely to enter service
(if not already)? Can it be fitted to satellites as well as P3/S60?



Good try. What are you a slant-eyed spy? The end of the article said that
information was classified, so we are not going to tell you.

Red


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Old December 13th 03, 10:09 PM
Michael Smith
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Come on, just some ill-informed speculation is all I'm after.


"J" wrote in message
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"Michael Smith" wrote in message
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http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/ar.../ln/ln23a.html

Can anyone tell me how effective this is likely to be? At what sort of
slant rangews and depths will it work? When is it likely to enter

service
(if not already)? Can it be fitted to satellites as well as P3/S60?



Good try. What are you a slant-eyed spy? The end of the article said that
information was classified, so we are not going to tell you.

Red




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Old December 14th 03, 12:37 AM
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"J" wrote in message
. com...

"Michael Smith" wrote in message
...
http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/ar.../ln/ln23a.html

Can anyone tell me how effective this is likely to be? At what sort

of
slant rangews and depths will it work? When is it likely to enter

service
(if not already)? Can it be fitted to satellites as well as P3/S60?



Good try. What are you a slant-eyed spy? The end of the article said

that
information was classified, so we are not going to tell you.


CORRECTS TOP-POST

Come on, just some ill-informed speculation is all I'm after.


Like the man said, it's classified. Forget it.

__!_!__
Gizmo


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Old January 8th 04, 11:10 PM
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Good try. What are you a slant-eyed spy? The end of the article said that
information was classified, so we are not going to tell you.

Actually, you're behind the times! You *should have said "rag-" or
"towel-headed"!


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Old January 9th 04, 02:41 AM
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Actually, the head covering in neither a towel or a rag. It's a sheet.

"DBurch7672" wrote in message
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Good try. What are you a slant-eyed spy? The end of the article said that
information was classified, so we are not going to tell you.

Actually, you're behind the times! You *should have said "rag-" or
"towel-headed"!




 




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