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How The U.S. Military Plans To Hijack The Airwaves:

from forbes.com on October 20, 2013
Website: http://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelpeck/2013/09/17/how-the-u-s-military-plans-to-hijack-the-airwaves
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How The U.S. Military Plans To Hijack The Airwaves:  
by K7AAB on October 21, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
I saw this article a month ago, if the author actually knew what he was talking about it would be more like 'US Military still using technology since WWII and it works!'. This is a product of a lack of historical education in schools and leftist propaganda.
 
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by WN2C on October 21, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
I would like them to take out the local Radio Disney station. It runs 50 kilowatts and just tears up 160 meters so as I can't hear any thing. Oh, Did I mention it is located about 3 to 4 mile from me as the crow flies. If the military wants to take that one out, I'll volunteer to help.
 
RE: How The U.S. Military Plans To Hijack The Airwaves:  
by KC9WIP on October 22, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
Why don't they simply use the FCC database? It lists all transmitter locations and frequencies and can be searched by area. Oh, yeah, they are the government. Use of an existing system makes too much sense. Can probably get the lat lons of that problem Disney tower as well....They could just feed the coordinates into a missile and your problem is solved.
 
How The U.S. Military Plans To Hijack The Airwaves:  
by KG6HXN on October 22, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
When will I be able to buy one of these units from Wouxun?
 
How The U.S. Military Plans To Hijack The Airwaves:  
by N2OBM on October 26, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
Dumb article...where does it say 'our' radio stations?
They just want quick and dirty technology to start the process of winning 'hearts and minds' after hostile actions in other countries. UN Resolution 10 or 11, when we went into Iraq, pretty much declared the 'radio frequency national assets' have been claimed by the Coalition. Bremmers group started to manage it and helped put stations back on the air. Mostly AM/FM as TV was pretty much SAT based even though Saddam had previously nixed it. The Folks at Forbes that dribble this yellow rag article should use...the internet...to see about the Law of War and 'norms' applied to it.
 
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