rigdonj at cfl.rr.com
Fri Apr 15 12:24:18 CDT 2005
At 11:59 AM 4/15/05 -0400, Paul wrote:
>>>>>> "Mike" == Mike Loewen <mloewen at cpumagic.scol.pa.us> writes:
> Mike> On Thu, 14 Apr 2005, CRC wrote:
> >> If you wander over to <https://www.logsa.army.mil/pubs.htm> and
> >> click on "Electronic Technical Manuals (ETMs) Online" (acceptance
> >> of the loss of your first-born is required) you will find a wealth
> >> of manuals for older test gear. The 465 service and calibration
> >> manuals are there in PDF (with hyperlinks!).
> Mike> The bit about authorized Defense Department use was enough to
> Mike> scare me off.
>Just read the description of what they mean by that. Large quantities
>of DoD materials are available to the public, so you're authorized to
My understanding is that if the government pays for them then they
become public property. Accordingly you USED to be able to buy just about
any non-secret military manual from the Government Printing office in
Boulder, Colorado. I expect these fall into the same catagory. My father
ordered tons of radio manuals from the GPO when I was a kid. The hard part
was that you had to have the exact name and publication number. I don't
know if you still order them from the GPO or not.
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