Monthly Archives: May 2013

Instrument Integration……

OK, so here we go again. Heading out to Elizabeth City in North Carolina. This time it is for the Instrument Integration, this follows on from the “technical recce” trip that we did a couple of weeks ago. The visit … Continue reading

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The Technical Recce – Elizabeth City

So, the journey begins. Am on my way to the technical recce to the Skyship facility in North Carolina, Elizabeth City to be precise, just an hours drive south from Norfolk. On Tuesday morning we will start to design the … Continue reading

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Wales and Mojitos and other new fangled units of measurement

OK, so we all know about large geographic area being compared to Wales, strangely this came up in conversation last week, however my failing memory doesn’t allow me to name the  other conversant. Wales has long been used to help people visualise an area, … Continue reading

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And so it begins…….

OK, so this has been looming for some time now, I have dabbled by contributing to the ACCACIA blog and read a few others, but it’s time to bite the bullet and put pen to paper (digitally speaking of course). I can’t … Continue reading

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