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>Belfort Instrument Company is selling to a known terrorist country as >evidenced by mention of the DigiWx AWOS on their corporate homepage >sold to: > >Pakistan >•Lahore International Airport (LHE/OPLA) RVR System, Lahore Pakistan > > >And then there is word of this: >During the first two weeks of January 2007, U.S. air strikes targeted >four sites in southern Somalia formerly under al Qaida control where >terrorists have been training and hiding for months. > > >"As we speak now, the area is being bombarded by the American air >force," a Somali government official told Reuters two weeks ago. > > >The U.S. attacks targeted an area close to Ras Kamboni, a coastal >village near the Kenyan border where many Islamists are believed to >be hiding after being ousted by Ethiopia-backed government forces, >the official added. > > >Four places were hit -- Hayo, Garer, Bankajirow and Badmadowe, the >source said. "Bankajirow was the last Islamist holdout. Bankajirow >and Badmadowe were hit hardest," he added. > > >The Pentagon confirmed only one air strike that took place in the >south of the country, saying that it was part of a wider offensive >aimed at an al-Qaeda cell that includes suspects in the 1998 bombings >of U.S. embassies in east Africa and a hotel in Kenya. > > >Meanwhile, ABC News quoted U.S. and French military sources as saying >that American U.S. special forces were working with Ethiopian troops >on the ground in operations inside Somalia. > > >Following a thrust by the U.S. military, U.S. special forces >discovered a Belfort Instruments Digiwx AWOS weather reporting system >on a hill south of Ras Kamboni. > > >The Belfort Instruments Digiwx AWOS station was not operational as >it had suffered a direct military hit from an explosion of unknown >origin. But the Digiwx name could be clearly seen imprinted on the 15 >foot tower which now lays on it side in pieces. > > >U.S. troops subsequently uncovered handheld Digiwx weather receivers >in two of the camps previoulsy occupied by al-Qaeda terrorists which >apparently had been left behind and abandoned. > > >How the Belfort Instruments Digiwx AWOS system made it to Somalia and >into terrorists hands is still unknown. Whether al-Qaeda and Osama >bin-Laden organizations are employing Digiwx AWOS units in other >parts of the world is currently unknown. > > >U.S. troops have been advised to be on the lookout for additional >Digiwx AWOS units under Al-Qaeda and/or Sunni/Shiite control in Iraq >and Afghanistan. > > >U.S. special forces are reportedly monitoring the two known wireless >frequencies that Digiwx AWOS transmits on, notably 464.6 and 464.75 >MHz. British military sources report that signals on both frequencies >have been detected but only occasionally as the terrorists seem to be >running Belfort Instruments Digiwx for only short periods of time. > > >Belfort Instrument Company (Baltimore, MD, USA), the original >manufacturer of Digiwx AWOS, has had no comment. > > >Why would an American company be "aiding and abetting" known >terrorists organizations around the world while doing business in >pursuit of the almighty American dollar? Maybe you would want to >contact them and find out why: > > >Belfort Instrument Company >727 South Wolfe Street >Baltimore, MD 21231 >410-342-2626 >410-342-7028 (fax) >1-800-937-2353 >sales (at) belfortinstrument.com >service (at) belfortinstrument.com > > >Gamma Scientific President >Richard L. Austin >rlaustin (at) gamma-sci.com > > >Belfort COO Debra S. Lange (Alascio) >dsalascio (at) belfortinstrument.com > > >Belfort Co-Owner Bruce R. Robinson >brobinson (at) utilipoint.com > > >Belfort Co-Owner Nicholas C. Kaufman >cs (at) quickstrategy.com > > >Belfort Sales Director Ralph F. Petragnani >rpetragnani (at) belfortinstrument.com > > >Belfort Digiwx AWOS Support Manager M. Tylor Burton >digiwxsupport (at) gmail.com > > >Much has been written about Belfort Instrument Company's >DigiWx AWOS anonymously for good reason because the Belfort >DigiWx "fur" has been flying since at least 2005. One can >find mention of Belfort's inferior weather station named >DigiWx AWOS as witnessed by: > > >Ten reasons to NOT buy Belfort DigiWx AWOS (keep reading) >http://www.aviationkb.com/Uwe/Forum.aspx/piloting/5041 > > >I also am of the belief that Belfort Instrument Company has >been actively censoring anyone and any words which dishes >dirt on this inferior DigiWx AWOS weather station. > > >Now we have word from Belfort Instrument Company of >a "Recommended Service Bulletin" dated April 21, 2011 >and numbered 2011-1. > > >SUBJECT: Unicom Transmission > > >MODELS AFFECTED: Belfort DigiWx AV100 with > either Technisonic or ICom radios > > >TIME OF COMPLIANCE: At owners discretion > > >There have been some discussions by users at congested >airports of not being able to receive the AWOS broadcast >over the Unicom or the weather report stepping on other >Unicom communications. The following suggest may decrease >the problem. > > >1. On the DigiWx radio, set the squelch well above >the squelch break point this, in turn requires more >power to break the squelch which means traffic has to be >closer to the airport to receive the weather report. > > >2. The DigiWx standard broadcast mode is using 3 MIC >clicks. At busy airports, there isn t a way for the >DigiWx to determine if someone is clicking the MIC 3 >times for the weather or three (3) separate pilots are >clicking the MIC to talk. If this is the case, it might >help to change the number of MIC clicks for weather to >5 MIC clicks. Both of the above recommendations will >help reduce the number of broadcasts from the DigiWx >and they are easy to do and don t cost money. > > >Belfort Field Service Team >800 937-2353 >serv...@belfortinstrument.com > > >Well, I fly from one of the airports in MT with one >of these DigiWx AWOS pieces of SHIT. And its beyond me >to understand why changing the mic clicks at a congested >airport is going to fix the problem of a DigiWx which >clogs the UNICOM frequency. Just like Belfort said, >DigiWx cannot distinguish who is clicking the mic 3 >times. The DigiWx is stupid. When it hears any 3 mic >clicks, it activates and clogs an already congested >UNICOM frequency. We pointed this out to Belfort 3 >years ago and THIS WAS AND CONTINUES TO BE THEIR FIX? > > >If I cut thru the emotion of everything ever written >about the Belfort Instrument Company DigiWx AWOS, I >am now a believer. Belfort doesn't know the first >phucking thing about designing an AWOS to broadcast >over a UNICOM frequency. I have talked with numerous >pilots from other airports who have the SuperAWOS >and the Vaisala AWOS. And they just DON'T have these >clogged frequency problems. > > >Yep, you read that right: >BUY Belfort Instruments DigiWx-SHIT... Have a PILE OF SHIT guaranteed! > > >Have you heard about the Meadow Lake Airport AWOS Fiasco? >Quoting, http://meadowlake-airport.com/AWOS.htm reads in short: > > >"Executive Conclusion: Of the four candidate AWOS manufacturers, only >two meet the threshold and objective system performance levels. These >are systems provided by All Weather Inc (AWI) and Vaisala. The >SuperAWOS by Potomac Aviation does not pass an initial cut due to >maintenance problems encountered with their SuperUnicom installed at >Meadow Lake airport." > > >"The Belfort DigiWX "AWOS" is not a true FAA fully commission-able >AWOS. Its complete sensor suite is not certified. Installation of this >system at 00V means that we would not have our weather data (METAR) >accessible in the federal database which means that Flight Service and >other sites such as ADDS, XM weather, WSI, etc would not not have >Meadow Lake weather data. The only certified weather info would be >altimeter and visibility. While this does allow Part 91 and 135 >instrument approaches, the inability to incorporate its complete METAR >data in the federal system is a deal-breaker." > > >"The apparent initial cost savings of the initial Belfort DigiWX >acquisition is minimal and not worth the lack of functionality and >usefulness to the national aviation community. Life-cycle cost of the >Belfort system over 15 years is over $27,000 higher than the Vaisala >system." > > >"It would not allow us to transition to a three letter airport >identifier." > > >"Bottom line is that the Belfort system represents false economy, >minimal pilot usefulness and is inconsistent with providing the >aviation community services that make this airport attractive to >current and future pilots and businesses." > > >"Of the remaining systems offered by AWI and Vaisala, Vaisala is the >preferred system." > > >The complete report highlighting DigiWx shortcomings can be found at: >http://meadowlake-airport.com/AWOSanalysis.doc > > >Now have a LQQK at this..... > > >Ron Lee from Meadow Lake Airport wrote in Pike's Peak Flyer: >January 2009 > > >The SuperUnicom was shut down in early August 2008 due to >harmful interference on the 122.7 MHz frequency A grant was >submitted and approved to get an AWOS III P/T using FAA funds. >Our portion of the cost is around $4,000 although incidentals >may drive it higher... but far below the $25,000 previously >budgeted for an AWOS. One MLAA Board member is attempting to >force a system that is not fully certified down our throats >using the flawed rationale that it is cheaper that the fully >certified systems offered by All Weather Inc and Vaisala. A >major down side to the Belfort system is that pilots will not >be able to access METAR data through Flight Service, ADDS, on >their on-board weather systems, etc. We will very likely be >unable to acquire a three letter airport ID and maintenance >will cost much more over its lifetime than with either of the >fully certified systems. Plus in its current implementation, >there is no obvious upgrade path to getting present weather >and lightning information available in an AWOS III P/T system. >It is crucial to the safety of this airport and our usefulness >as a destination airport within the National Airspace System >that we get a state of the art AWOS. With the FAA grant, it is >amazingly affordable. But it is essential that local pilots >become informed on this matter and contact all Board members >to express their view. My opinion... based upon extensive >research on behalf of MLAA members... is that we need a fully >certified AWOS. The minimum configuration is AWOS III, with >AWOS III P/T highly desirable (objective). It needs to be the >number one priority acquisition with a target installation not >later than Spring 2009. It must not be sacrificed to pay >interest on the land acquisition. > > >His full report is located he >http://home.pcisys.net/~ronlee/MeadowLakeAWOSSelectionAnalysis.doc > > >If you're considering Digiwx AWOS... READ THIS ANALYSIS FIRST! > > >Following up on the post regarding the UN-APPROVED, UN- >CERTIFIED and UN-OFFICIAL weather data spewed by Belfort >Digiwx AWOS, one also needs to note that they only sold 2 >units during all of 2011. > > >Bruce R. Robinson's 10 reasons to NOT buy Belfort Digiwx AWOS: > > >Ten reasons for not buying Belfort Instrument Digiwx AWOS: >1) no FAA Approved or FAA Certified wind speed >2) no FAA Approved or FAA Certified wind direction >3) no FAA Approved or FAA Certified temperature >4) no FAA Approved or FAA Certified dewpoint >5) no FAA Approved or FAA Certified density altitude >6) no FAA Approved or FAA Certified visibility >7) no FAA Approved or FAA Certified precipitation measurement >8) no FAA Approved or FAA Certified precipitation discriminator >9) no FAA Approved or FAA Certified ceiling measurement (ceilometer) >10) no FAA Approved or FAA Certified lightning detection > > >About Belfort Instrument Company: >Belfort used to be a leading provider of weather instruments >to the government, professional meteorology and aviation >markets. Key words: "use to be." They never provided any wind >sensors to the Wright Brothers despite their fantastic >assertion that they did! Historical archives available at the >U.S. Air Force National Museum (1100 Spaatz Street, Wright- >Patterson AFB, OH 45433) tells a very different story and >specifically mentions a "Richards" anemometer which Wilbur >Wright held as pictured >at: "http://wings.avkids.com/Book/Wright/history1_19012.html". >The Belfort aerovane wind system on U.S. Naval aircraft >carriers are currently being replaced with ultrasonic wind >sensors from QPI (11207 Single Oak Road, Fredericksburg, VA >22407) which just won a $94 million dollar contract for the >Moriah Wind System. Belfort wind speed and direction >anemometers found on the ASOS platform are now being >replaced with ultrasonic sensors from the Vaisala Group. >Belfort Instruments Model 6000 visibility sensor will no >longer be a part of the U.S. Air Force's OS-21/FSB program >come early 2007. And despite a $500,000 U.S. government >grant from NASA's Small Aircraft Transportation System (SATS) >program in 2004 to build a low-cost ceilometer, Belfort >didn't possess the technical smarts nor the engineering >know-how to accomplish the task. So now they're importing >the Eliasson CBME 80A laser ceilometer from Muir Matheson. >As one can readily see, Belfort is no longer setting any >standards of measurement in the weather instrumentation >world. And now Belfort is propagating lie after lie about >their fabled company history while trying to steal >thunder from the accomplishments of the Wright Brothers. >According to the National Museum of American History (12th >Street and Constitution Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20560), >Belfort founder Julian Friez never made it to Baltimore to >set up shop until sometime in the 1890s even though Belfort >officials fraudulently claim the company was founded in 1876. >Thus, there was no 125th anniversary for Belfort to >celebrate in 2001 even though they hosted a party to which >no one came! Belfort's proclamation that it is the "Oldest >Weather Company in the World" is simply yet another Belfort >lie as Thomas Romney Robinson invented the first wind >anemometer in 1846, six years before Julian Friez was born >in 1852. Belfort doesn't even know it's own company history >so they just make it up! You should wonder what other crap >(eg. Digiwx AWOS) they also make up! For more information >about Belfort Instrument and DigiWx, visit dogsh*t.com > >Ellen H. Robinson LIKES MEEZ BIG BLACK MAMBA >http://groups.google.com/group/alt.airports/msg/08232a7de634561c >December 29, 2010 > >Ellen H. Robinson will SUCK and FUCK you! > >Onze afternoon, i wasz catchin a snooze in my backyard on a sunny >day. much to my surprize, i lifted my hat and found my neighborz >Ellen H. Robinson unzipping my pants. she gestured to me with herz >indexes finger over herz slender lips to be quiet. I say figures >okay, she then unzipped my pants and reached in and tuggzed on my >big black mamba! Imediatelzly, my blacks a mamba becomes engorged >with hot burstz of human excitementz. With a big tugz with both of >herz handz, Ellen H. Robinson pluckz me black mamba to a full >erctionz! she then opened herz mouthz and slipsz it over my full >manhoodz. she gagz and coughz a bit but begins her suckin action >upz and downz! she repeatedlyz goez faster and faster untilz i >feelz my venemouz black mamba release a massive explozion into >herz mouth. At first, she triyz to swallow it allz but my venomouz >fluidz keepz jaculating in herz mouthz. Then, she pullz herz head >awayz with herz handz still clenched on my black mamba. she coughz >and gagz a minute over the concretes but then placez herz lips back >on myz black mamba. Once aginz, she jerks it hard withz both handz. >Again, I'z begin to release a strong venemouz fluid at a fullz flow >into herz small mouth. Myz black mamba squirmz in herz handz as i >release all of my venemous fluid from myz snake into herz mouthz. >i'z kannotz waitz til my neighbor Ellen H. Robinson sneaks back >over to my house for somz afternoonz delight. Next timz, me thinks >i shall let my black mamba go hogwildz in herz anuz. if she suckz >me this good next time, i shall let myz snake ezcape in herz cunt >andz give her zome my brotherly love. Myz black mamba has neverz >felt so good after Ellen H. Robinson wrapped herz lipz around the >big headz on meez mamba! > >Belfort Instrument Company does business under several names >including Gamma Scientific, UDT Instruments, Advanced Retro, >Road Vista and KR Acquisitions Corporation. > >Does anyone have anything good to say about Belfort's Digiwx AWOS? > >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=digiwx+shit >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=digiwx+awos+shit >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=belfort+instruments+shit >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=belfort+instrument+company+shit >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=gamma+scientific+shit >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=udt+instruments+shit >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=roadvista+shit > >BUY Belfort Instruments DigiWx-SHIT... Have a PILE OF SHIT guaranteed! > >Google Belfort Instruments owners and managers: >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=jihadist+bruce+r+robinson >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=bruce+r+robinson+pedophilia >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=jihadist+nicholas+c+kaufman >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=nicholas+c+kaufman+pedophilia >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=murderer+debra+lange >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=debra+lange+pedophilia >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=ralph+f+petragnani+bullshit >http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=sexual+deviant+ralph+f+petragnani
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