[time-nuts] looking for data on time code display
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Sun Dec 11 18:30:25 EST 2011
Try their reading room first.
If there is no information in the reading room, do a FOIA. This
information is always run past lawyers, not engineers. Don't be
surprised if you get a call from whatever NSA calls their legal
department. I've had calls from JAG regarding FOIAs.
The lawyer more often than not is your friend in FOIA requests. For one
thing, if the request is too broad, they can help you narrow down the
request. Usually the first 100 pages is free. I have declassified
documents that are in excess of 500 pages.
For this device, you would probably want to FOIA an operators manual.
Too general of a request might get you every memo where the device is
On 12/11/2011 3:18 PM, Jim Palfreyman wrote:
> Any chance of a photo?
> On 12 December 2011 04:26, Bob Camp<lists at rtty.us> wrote:
>> Maybe you could call them up and ask for information on the system they
>> went with….:)…
>> Sounds like a great way to wind up on a "no fly" list.
>> On Dec 11, 2011, at 11:40 AM, Jean-Louis Noel wrote:
>>> From: "Steve Byan"<stevebyan at verizon.net>
>>>> NSN 6625003684180
>>> NSN: 6625-00-368-4180
>>> INDICATOR, DIGITAL D
>>> Part No: 0N194800
>>> Price Range: n/a
>>> Delivery Range: n/a
>>> Mfr/OEM/Agencies: JOINT ELECTRONICS TYPE DESIGNATION SYSTEM, NATIONAL
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