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Is this a Collins transmitter or!?!

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see > www.smecc.org/radio-phoenix/whatiz11.jpg

We would like to buy it.

Ed Sharpe Archivist  for SMECC  www.smecc.org 

 

 

 

NEED TO ID LATIN AMERICAN OR SPANISH LANGUAGE
TV and PRODUCTION AWARDS

 it may be same or just a similar trophy pattern......
anyway to color photos are fro a place that was in fla.
and they did a Spanish language Budweiser ad as we have a Telly they won for that ...
help!?

 

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. this is a Latin American TV show or production award BUT WHAT?!?!
the one in the middle........ la casa films got them the other awards to the side are old telly awards.

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but seems Ed Sullvan has something like it??

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Hmmm.... it may be same or just a similar trophy pattern......
anyway to color photos are fro a place that was in fla.
and they did a Spanish language Budweiser ad as we have a Telly they won for that ...
help!?

 

 

 

 

What is the  story behind this Bolo tie?

Which Motorola division? When?  Who responsible?

Email me please! Thanks  Ed Sharpe Archivist for SMECC

 

 

 

 

 

 

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APPEARS TO BE AN EARLY FIRE ALARM. ANY COMMENTS?

 

 
 

Odd Japanese Map plotter thing!

 

the numbers are regular numbers, the back has Japanese characters on it  too!


 

  the odd night vision thing!

 

so far we have.....

 

Ed, the following is an email  which I received from a friend on the USS America Museum Foundation. He was a Signalman
aboard the America and actually used the scope, so he knows the straight dope about same.. I have contacted him with inquiries about the voltages, and what else is necessary (cabling, batteries, power supplies, necessary to operate the scope in it's normal fashion.

This confirms my original thought as to what the scope was...
73 es tnx de Greg WA3IVX


Greg,
The Monocular M1 scope you are talking about was used to Read the Flashing Light and Yardarm Infra-red signals from other ships and land bases.  The 12" Signal light was equipped to attach a IR filter onto it to transmit the IR signals so they could only be picked up by the Ship/s they were directed at.  The YardArm IR lights were used basicly to signal, say all ships in its Battle Group for all to receive. That was always alot of fun reading that stuff by scope and couldnt see it by sight, pretty cool stuff.  By the Way what ever happened to the America's Mast ?, someone said it was removed.  Greg, what kinda Info do you have on this and the M1 scope ?

Steve

 

wpe8.jpg (204406 bytes) click for larger view need to know what these all mean.....

patches and pins source  not known
AFKN on the first patch and Pin.
The right Parch says...
Bear with me this is hard to read...
VAC(orG)ABCNO What is this?

 

the patches seem to have gripper snappers on the back for what reason?

 

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What microscope is this? It is probably Russian or East German
click on photo for larger view please

 
 

 

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