Wednesday, February 3, 2010

The February Watch...

In accordance with the DHS Appropriations Act, the U.S. Coast Guard will terminate the transmission of all U.S. LORAN-C signals effective 2000Z 08 Feb 2010.If both Shelley and Barbara are 5'4, then Susan, the tallest, gets to play the Hawaiian in 'Ride The Wild Surf.'At that time, the U.S. LORAN-C signal will be unusable and permanently discontinued. This termination does not affect U.S. participation in the Russian American or Canadian LORAN-C chains.That's a bigwave board behind the commissioner's daughter.That's gotta be a Doc Ball surfrider.U.S. participation in these chains will continue in accordance with international agreements. The Coast Guard strongly urges mariners currently using LORAN-C for navigation to shift to a GPS navigation system and become familiar with its operation as soon as possible. Mariners will not be able to rely upon LORAN-C for navigation as of Feb. 8, 2010.

(This presentation includes pictures of Susan Hart, Shelley Fabares, Barbara Eden, Esther Williams, Yvonne Craig, and a sweet selection of old school longboards.)

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