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Tag Archives: department of national defence
A must read on a really, really big mistake. “Oops, we want our missile radar back: Department of National Defence.”
Courtesy of Kevin Diakiw, the Surrey Leader: http://www.surreyleader.com/news/214682171.html Someone walked into a government auction in Surrey four years ago, placed a winning bid of $37 for a piece of radar equipment, took the device and left. However, according to news … Continue reading