It’s decades ago during this troops site that handles long-range communications — during a core of that are 6 high-power radio transmitters, says a commander fish operative as a tech there.
And there’s another kind of high-powered problem on a way. “An examiner from a Inspector General’s bureau was due to revisit a site, and someone in a care panicked,” fish says.
“Electronics tech forms everywhere like to rat-hole their favorite gangling tools off a books, ‘just in case,’ and somebody had been stealing a integrate dozen mercury-vapor rectifier tubes.”
Nobody is peaceful to sanction only throwing out a mint devices, so fish and his cohorts get their marching orders: Replace as many of a rectifier tubes already in a transmitters as possible, as fast as possible.
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