(no name) ((no email))
Mon, 8 Feb 1993 19:15:11 CST
Once again, the Army's 35th Signal Brigade will provide communuications
support to the National Jamboree....this has been a great training exercise
for the rapid-deployable unit, which in the past have sent switches,
trunking (where you connect to the system), and now mobile suscriber equipment
(MSE...used on a wide scale during Desert Storm) to the Jamboree.
I would recommend working something out with the signal types there to
give you a line to connect with the military nodes in either Alexandria or
Fort Lee (Petersburg). Either way, we are still talking long distance
charges unless there's a local gateway at Fort A.P. Hill (*and according to
my PROFS node outlay, there isn't*).
Looking at my map of Virginia (yep, got it right over there on the floor!),
the closest college is 12 miles away in Fredericksburg (Mary Washington
College), and I don't know if they have a network address or not.
38 miles to the southwest is Randolph Mason College.
Oh well....the 35th seemes to be the best bet to get connectivity!
Settummanque@YEA for the SIGNAL CORPS!
(Major, Signal Corps)
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City