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12days standby Gps Prionseroffender Tracker Mt60xwaterproofrealtime tracking

Noiembrie 8, 2015

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This video presents some features of the 12days standby Gps and hopefully provides to you some overview of it. You can get it on аmаzоп-usa …

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Is this some warped kind of joke or just really bad marketing. I can just see the Sheriff’s office gathering around and watching this and rushing off to Amazon to buy some online!

I suppose it might have other uses, like tracking your horse or perhaps if you are going hunting or mountaineering or doing the iron-man.

What do you think, will you be referring this to your local justice department, or putting one under the Christmas tree?

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12days standby Gps Prionseroffender Tracker Mt60xwaterproofrealtime tracking

Noiembrie 8, 2015

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Audiophile and Proud

Noiembrie 7, 2015

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God Uses Those Who Doubt Him To Prove Him

Noiembrie 6, 2015

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God Uses Those Who Doubt Him To Prove Him

Noiembrie 6, 2015

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DoD Pays Premium for Gas Station in Afghanistan

Noiembrie 4, 2015

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DoD Pays Premium for Gas Station in Afghanistan

Noiembrie 4, 2015

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„The Department of Defense (DoD) spent nearly $43 million to build a gas station in Afghanistan that should have only cost between $200,000 and $500,000.

Incredibly, overhead costs accounted for about 70 percent ($30 million) of total project expenditures, according to the report.  DoD is unable—or unwilling—to provide a justification.

DoD’s Task Force for Business and Stability Operations spent $42.7 million between 2011 and 2014 to construct a compressed natural gas (CNG) automobile filling station in Sheberghan, Afghanistan. (You may recall Sheberghan as the site of an unfinished, hazard-filled teacher training facility built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that we blogged about two years ago.) The station includes two dispensers/four hoses, one CNG trailer filling point, a car conversion center, an administrative office building, and gas compression and processing equipment. It is currently being operated by a private company, Qashqari Oil and Gas Services.

The Special Inspector…

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