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Dion Esparza 2016-09-10
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Also in Finland, has been in use for the same type of surveillance radars like those Soviet radars that were harassing Finnish tv viewing.

the tv screen will appear horizontal, bright, silver streaks.

Laiho has clarified the Finnish and Russian diplomats on dialogue with the reach of tv interference background.

in the Winter Of 1971 in Lappeenranta, working with radio technician to Reino Laitinen started getting phone calls, angry bridge television viewers.

in This picture with her are Pekka Salminen vas.

the Measurements showed that the Soviet side, the radar didn't work in exactly the same frequency as the Finnish tv-channels, but disrupted despite the Finnish broadcast.

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Brad Patterson 2017-09-18
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Quiet hero faded to relative obscurity

Obit Stanislav Petrov, one of the unsung heroes of the Cold War without whose guts and intelligence you wouldn't be reading this, has died at the age of 77, his son has confirmed.

Petrov was a former Lieutenant Colonel in the Soviet Air Defence Forces and was duty commander for the USSR rocket forces on September 26, 1983.

His job was to monitor the satellites watching for launches from American ICBM forces.

On that day first one, then four more launches were detected.

"Everyone jumped from their seats, looking at me.

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Dion Esparza 2016-09-10
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Also in Finland, has been in use for the same type of surveillance radars like those Soviet radars that were harassing Finnish tv viewing.

the tv screen will appear horizontal, bright, silver streaks.

Laiho has clarified the Finnish and Russian diplomats on dialogue with the reach of tv interference background.

in the Winter Of 1971 in Lappeenranta, working with radio technician to Reino Laitinen started getting phone calls, angry bridge television viewers.

in This picture with her are Pekka Salminen vas.

the Measurements showed that the Soviet side, the radar didn't work in exactly the same frequency as the Finnish tv-channels, but disrupted despite the Finnish broadcast.

Brad Patterson 2017-09-18
img

Quiet hero faded to relative obscurity

Obit Stanislav Petrov, one of the unsung heroes of the Cold War without whose guts and intelligence you wouldn't be reading this, has died at the age of 77, his son has confirmed.

Petrov was a former Lieutenant Colonel in the Soviet Air Defence Forces and was duty commander for the USSR rocket forces on September 26, 1983.

His job was to monitor the satellites watching for launches from American ICBM forces.

On that day first one, then four more launches were detected.

"Everyone jumped from their seats, looking at me.