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April 24, 2008

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Tribal Elder

500 cessnas,each flying 200 hours/year, with belly mounted rad detection dumping w/time and GPS to a disk drive, paid for in part by EPA/NRC. Legitimate public health and safety plain-view monitoring, with the POC for each A/C doing a data dump monthly, unless there is a 'special'-EVERY routine (or non-routine)flight dual tasked for rad source survey, a legit civil regulatory task. It's MERE COINCIDENCE that guys at some less civil alphabet agencies want the same stuff. CAP wouldn't even read the data, just gather & transmit.

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