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    equipment
  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
  • The necessary items for a particular purpose
  • Mental resources
  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
    standard
  • A level of quality or attainment
  • An idea or thing used as a measure, norm, or model in comparative evaluations
  • conforming to or constituting a standard of measurement or value; or of the usual or regularized or accepted kind; "windows of standard width"; "standard sizes"; "the standard fixtures"; "standard brands"; "standard operating procedure"
  • A required or agreed level of quality or attainment
  • criterion: the ideal in terms of which something can be judged; "they live by the standards of their community"
  • a basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated; "the schools comply with federal standards"; "they set the measure for all subsequent work"
    marine
  • Of, found in, or produced by the sea
  • of or relating to the sea; "marine explorations"
  • a member of the United States Marine Corps
  • a soldier who serves both on shipboard and on land
  • (of artists or painting) Depicting scenes at sea
  • Of or relating to shipping or naval matters
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Standard Horizon HX751 6W Floating VHF
Standard Horizon HX751 6W Floating VHF
The HX751 has been designed from the ground up to be completely submersible to a depth of 3.3-feet for 30 minute. It is able to select 1-Watt, 2.5-Watt, 5-Watt to conserve battery life or for maximum transmit distance the HX751 can be selected to transmit 6-Watt. Dedicated key that allows programming and quick selection of up to 10 favorite Marine VHF or NOAA Weather channels. Display graphically shows volume and squelch adjustment to aid in operation. Designed to be heard in even the noisiest environments with 700mW of power supplied to the internal speaker. Scanning is not an issue with the HX751. The radio can be setup to scan any number of channels with or without a priority channel or simply can be setup to scan between a priority channel and on other channel. Has front panel mounted temperature sensor allowing you to see if water is warm enough to take a swim. The speaker audio can be customized to Includes desktop charging cradle and AC and DC adapters to charge when on shore or on your vessel. The display shows a battery bar-graph gauge to inform the charge left in the Lithium-ion battery. Optional speaker microphone or headsets are available to assist with your communications needs.

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1:100 Macross VF-1A "Valkyrie" - U.N.S. Marines use
1:100 Macross VF-1A "Valkyrie" - U.N.S. Marines use
"Bomb's away..."! Machine #14 from U.N.S. Marines' SVMF-40 squadron drops one of its laser-guided 1.000 lbs. GBUs onto an unknown (and probably unhappy...) target in the light of a late and cold March afternoon. (Uh, do I sound romatic?) Another Valkyrie which was inspired by the "Variable Fighter Master File: VF-1 Valkyrie" sourcebook, published 2009 by SoftBank Creative. This book is HIGHLY recommended to anyone who is into the VF-1 - it is pure robot porn! ;) Well, the book contains a vast gallery of color variants - and this U.N.S. Marines Valkyrie was among them. I immediately got caught by the 2 tone camouflage, which is not a "copy" of something in existence,but very original and... cool (even though US Air Force F-15 and Chile F-16 influences cannot be denied?). The kit is a standard vintage 1:100 scale ARII Valkyrie Fighter, built right out of the box. As usual, it underwent standard "pimping" procedures with a pilot figure and cockpit details, plus some typical antennae. As special extras, though, flaps and wing leading edges were slightly extended and the air brake behind the cockpit opened (the red inside is a great color contrast), as if the machine was slowing down and stabilizing for a ground attack. Another personal detail which I deemed appropriate is a small sensor "turret" under the nose, containing a laser designator and an IR camera. It was inspired by the TRAM system which had been installed on A-6E "Intruder" bombers in order to enhance this aircraft's all-weather capabilities. Furthermore, this rather beefy Valkyrie received custom underwing ordnance. It consists of two slim rocket launchers (for target marking purposes) which come from an old Kovazavody MiG-17 kit, and a pair of scratch-built gliding bombs - inspired by GBU-8 "HOBOS" and GBU-10 "Paveway" glide bombs, but more or less a fictional mix of both of these weapons in style. Since the paint scheme is an original design, I decided to go for the source book's look, not sticking to US/FS tones. Therefore, the basic tones are Humbrol 106 (Ocean Grey) and 64 (Light Grey). The white trims on fins and legs were painted in White, the blue stripes at the cockpit and on the fins are all decals from the scrap box, just like the numbers and letters. After basic painting, the kit received a black ink wash. This toned down the greys considerably, reducing contrast a lot! Instead of adding dry paint, which would make the small scale kit look rather dirty, I decided to try a different technique: I used a fine sand paper to wet sand some larger areas and "expose" clean paint. The effect is interesting: now the Valkyrie looks rather weathered and sun-bleached. After a coat of matte varnish, the kit additionally received some rubbing with grinded soft pencil mine (which yields a nice metallic/oily shine) and dry painting with Humbrol 53 (Gun Metal) in certain areas. With its special equipment, here's a ground attack Valkyrie which is capable of all-weather CAS with precision weapons - a hard job which matches the gritty and weathered look!
1:100 Macross VF-1A "Valkyrie" - U.N.S. Marines use
1:100 Macross VF-1A "Valkyrie" - U.N.S. Marines use
Not the most emotional shot, but form this perspective the "pretty" two-tone camouflage scheme (see below) of this Valkyrie can be seen pretty well. Please note the open air brake and flaps on the wings ^^ Another Valkyrie which was inspired by the "Variable Fighter Master File: VF-1 Valkyrie" sourcebook, published 2009 by SoftBank Creative. This book is HIGHLY recommended to anyone who is into the VF-1 - it is pure robot porn! ;) Well, the book contains a vast gallery of color variants - and this U.N.S. Marines Valkyrie was among them. I immediately got caught by the 2 tone camouflage, which is not a "copy" of something in existence,but very original and... cool (even though US Air Force F-15 and Chile F-16 influences cannot be denied?). The kit is a standard vintage 1:100 scale ARII Valkyrie Fighter, built right out of the box. As usual, it underwent standard "pimping" procedures with a pilot figure and cockpit details, plus some typical antennae. As special extras, though, flaps and wing leading edges were slightly extended and the air brake behind the cockpit opened (the red inside is a great color contrast), as if the machine was slowing down and stabilizing for a ground attack. Another personal detail which I deemed appropriate is a small sensor "turret" under the nose, containing a laser designator and an IR camera. It was inspired by the TRAM system which had been installed on A-6E "Intruder" bombers in order to enhance this aircraft's all-weather capabilities. Furthermore, this rather beefy Valkyrie received custom underwing ordnance. It consists of two slim rocket launchers (for target marking purposes) which come from an old Kovazavody MiG-17 kit, and a pair of scratch-built gliding bombs - inspired by GBU-8 "HOBOS" and GBU-10 "Paveway" glide bombs, but more or less a fictional mix of both of these weapons in style. Since the paint scheme is an original design, I decided to go for the source book's look, not sticking to US/FS tones. Therefore, the basic tones are Humbrol 106 (Ocean Grey) and 64 (Light Grey). The white trims on fins and legs were painted in White, the blue stripes at the cockpit and on the fins are all decals from the scrap box, just like the numbers and letters. After basic painting, the kit received a black ink wash. This toned down the greys considerably, reducing contrast a lot! Instead of adding dry paint, which would make the small scale kit look rather dirty, I decided to try a different technique: I used a fine sand paper to wet sand some larger areas and "expose" clean paint. The effect is interesting: now the Valkyrie looks rather weathered and sun-bleached. After a coat of matte varnish, the kit additionally received some rubbing with grinded soft pencil mine (which yields a nice metallic/oily shine) and dry painting with Humbrol 53 (Gun Metal) in certain areas. With its special equipment, here's a ground attack Valkyrie which is capable of all-weather CAS with precision weapons - a hard job which matches the gritty and weathered look!

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Standard Horizon 6W Floating VHF with Glow In The Dark
Because the HX851 is built better, it’s back better. If your Standard Horizon HX851 ever fails for any reason including water damage during normal use in the first three years, STANDARD HORIZON will repair or replace it free, without hassle or charges. If it fails thereafter in normal use it for the life time of the product it is covered by Standard Horizon’s lifetime flat rate service and customer loyalty programs. Dedicated key that allows programming and quick selection of up to 10 favorite marine VHF or NOAA Weather channels.

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