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Within building 1052, install a new rack adjacent to the relocated LMR racks for a new PTX-150 paging unit (GFE).
a.Conduct a complete RF path study to determine whether an existing microwave on Creech (with an 8-ft dish) can be relocated to the new tower for successful operation between the new tower (using a 4-ft dish) and an existing microwave tower on Angels Peak, approximately 19 miles away. The existing microwave currently bounces RF energy off of a passive reflector to bend around an existing geographical obstruction to reach Angels Peak
The virus, which records the keystrokes of remote pilots as their drones fly over places like Afghanistan, is now receiving attention at the highest levels; the four-star general who oversees the Air Force’s networks was briefed on the infection this morning. But for weeks, it stayed (you will pardon the expression) below the radar: a local problem that local network administrators were determined to fix on their own.
Unlike most big private enterprises, the 24th doesn’t have a centralized system for managing and monitoring its networks. There’s no place at the 24th’s San Antonio headquarters where someone could see all the digital traffic hurtling through the service’s pipes. In fact, most of the major commands within the Air Force don’t have formal agreements to carry the other’s network traffic.
Optional electronic customer notifications - e-mail / pager / text messaging