SPY EQUIPMENT SALE. EQUIPMENT SALE
Spy equipment sale. Adc hospital equipment. Music recording studio equipment.
Spy Equipment Sale
- (Equipment Sales) All equipment sales are final. This includes Furnaces, Condensing Units, Compressors, Heat Pumps, Mobile Home Furnaces, and Packaged Heating and Air Conditioning Units.
- (military) a secret agent hired by a state to obtain information about its enemies or by a business to obtain industrial secrets from competitors
- descry: catch sight of
- a secret watcher; someone who secretly watches other people; "my spies tell me that you had a good time last night"
- Work for a government or other organization by secretly collecting information about enemies or competitors
- Discern or make out, esp. by careful observation
- Observe (someone) furtively
NEW Wireless Wall Clock Hidden Camera Kit (Observation Equipment)
- SecurityMan clock hidden camera
- Do-it-yourself, easy to setup and use
- Hidden wireless color camera built-in functional wall-clock
- No interference from crowded 2.4GHz & 5.8GHz frequencies including Wi-Fi (wireless network) device
- Video transmission goes up to 330ft clear line of sight or 100ft indoor
- Two-channel receiver supports up to 2 wireless cameras (900MHz)
- Discreetly monitor with fully functional design
- Monitor childcare, know your children are safe for peace of mind
- Monitor your valuables, home, business, office
Museum of Aviation, Fairchild C-119B Flying Boxcar SN 51-2566
The aircraft saw extensive action during the Korean War as a troop and equipment transport. In July 1950, four C-119s were sent to FEAF for service tests. Two months later, the C-119 deployed with the 314th Troop Carrier Group and served in Korea throughout the war.
The USAF Strategic Air Command had C-119 Flying Boxcars in service from 1955 - 1973.
The C-119s saw service with the 456th Troop Carrier Wing which was attached to the Strategic Air Command from 25 April 1955 to 26 May 1956. The C-119s performed aerial recovery of high altitude balloon-borne instrument packages. C-119s from the 6593rd Test Squadron based at Hickam Air Force Base in Hawaii performed several aerial recoveries of film-return capsules during the early years of the Corona spy satellite program. On 1960-08-19 the recovery by a C-119 of film from the Corona mission code-named Discoverer 14 was the first successful recovery of film from an orbiting satellite and the first aerial recovery of an object returning from Earth orbit.
The C-119 would go on to see extensive service in Vietnam, beginning in 1954 with aircraft secretly loaned by the CIA to French forces for troop support. These aircraft were generally flown in French markings by American CIA pilots often accompanied by French officers and support staff. The C-119 was to play a major role during the siege at Dien Bien Phu, where they flew into increasingly heavy fire while dropping supplies to the besieged French forces.
During the Sino-Indian War of 1962, the C-119 was extensively used for supply of Indian forces. President Kennedy allowed sales of spares of C-119 on priority basis upon request by the Indian government.
After its retirement from active duty, many C-119s and R4Qs soldiered on in the US Navy, Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard until the mid-1970s, and until recently they were still in use by the Taiwanese Air Force. The last military use of the C-119 by the United States ended in 1974 when a single squadron of Navy R4Qs based at Selfridge ANG Base near Detroit, Michigan, and two squadrons based at Naval Air Station, Long Beach, California replaced their R4Qs with newer aircraft.
Many were provided to other nations as part of the Military Assistance Program, including Belgium, Brazil, Ethiopia, India, Italy, Nationalist China, and as previously mentioned, South Vietnam. The type was also used by the Royal Canadian Air Force, and by the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps under the designation R4Q.
A tale of two camera stores...
A study in customer service in two parts:
Camera store (A). There are four people on hand who seem to be taking refuge behind the counter area where some of them are serving one gentleman. I wander in and am impressed by what has to be Perth's biggest range in used camera equipment. I stroll around and look at all the various bits and pieces and work my way through the entire store before retracing my steps. Of course, there are no prices on anything - or if so, they're very hard to spot. 10 minutes later after spying lots of interesting stuff and not getting the chance to spend the money I brought with me, I hightail it.
Camera Store (B). Small suburban place - stock is minimal. Two people are at the counter serving a customer. I come in and within a minute, one of them comes over to me and says hello with a smile. I'm elated. The other staff member comes over and does the same and asks if there is anything he can help me with. Rapture sweeps across my body. I take a stab and ask if he has any Polaroid stuff on hand. Almost regrettably he says no. As I'm about to leave the store, I notice an all-too familiar blue box on a shelf and inquire. Turns out to be a box of expired 125i film. I ask if it's for sale and he just gives it to me. I insist on paying him and he says to just come and see them the next time I need something.
Now where do you think I'll be taking my business?
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Not one but two! Light and sound! MOON WALKER II has combined the technology of two sensors. A whimsical indication of future trends MOON WALKER II begins to walk when it detects a change in light intensity or sound commands. MOON WALKER II continues its four legged voyage until instructed by an interal timer to stop. This kit presents an engaging opportunity to learn about some of the mechanics operation and history of robots. When assembled this robot uses a phototransistor to sense changes in light (such as turning on a lamp) and a condenser microphone to sense changes in sound (such as clapping).It converts those stimuli into electronic signals to power a motor and MOON WALKER II will walk forward for a present time. When it stops affecting other change in light area light or sound may activate it again. The sensor can be adjusted for different sensitivity levels. Requires one AA battery.
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