I am in a competition with one of my NCO’s, he said he will give a day off if I find him a regulation that states the amount of time a soldier is allowed to have after a 24 hour duty shift. The reason I’m asking is because he wanted to inspect my TA-50 the day after I had a 24 hour duty, only 3 hours after I got off duty. So if anyone can help me out, I would greatly appreciate it.
Teemu Arina interviews Robin Good on the major social shift caused by the increasing popularity of blogs and wikis
A Radical Shift In The Technology And The Way In Which Electricity Is Generated From A Mobile Platform
Onboard Vehicle Mobile Generators are the trend of the future. The most technically sophisticated onboard vehicle mobile generator of it’s category in the world is manufactured here in the USA by Aura Systems Inc. This patented machine, identified as The Auragen in civilian use and as the VIPER in armed forces use is more far sophisticated over any other contraption that pretends to be alike. No stand alone generator, power inverter, super alternator or bolt on engine mechanism can profess any technical advances greater than the Auragen. It would be unfair to the older technology generators to make a comparison between them and the AuraGen as it would be like comparing the difference between a horse and buggy to a Porsche.That’s how far innovative the technology is,
Onboard Vehicle Mobile Generators are essential in todays computerized electricity eating world, and the potential of the AuraGen technology is looking brighter and brighter. The armed forces models, in current use by the US military and South Korean armies have been battle tested on the ground in Iraq and Afghanistan. With the added advance of electronics and computer technology in warfare and the need to provide them with a stable source of clean electrical power, the only true scientifically advanced Onboard Vehicle Mobile Generator, the AuraGen fits the bill. Auragens are mounted on a large variety of different truck based platforms, and it usesthe working motor of the vehicle as the supply of motorized energy. Every time the vehicles are running, the Auragen’s electrical capability is on hand instantaneously to put out uninterrupted non stop pure sine wave electricity, in any blend of AC or AC/DC that is required. Up to 16kw of full constant power from just above engine idle, with a 30 kw unit under development. This is an astonishing accomplishment bearing in mind that the unit consists of two main parts, one the size of a hefty alternator and the other an electronic box. The alternative to the AuraGen technology are trailer pulled old fashioned type ofgenerator units that are bulky and require frequent repairs and fuel. Not the sort of headaches that the soldiers need in the field.Another huge advantage is that there is no upkeep necessary on the AuraGen, and as long as there is fuel in the truck the AuraGen is set to supply all of it’s the electrical capability requirements instantly.
Apart from the armed forces models, smaller powered models of the AuraGens putting out 8.5kw of electrical capability are used on commercial vehicles. With the recent various trucking laws and the unending truck electrification programs in the works taking place worldwide, Aura Systems is geared up. They have been actively busy in the truck refrigeration industry and are aggressively pursuing diverse sales channels to hungry markets in pursuit of their power problems and the solutions that the AuraGen can generate for them.
Aura System trades on the OTCBB under the symbol AUSI
For Investor Information, Contact CLavut@aurasystems.com
Created by Karl Fisch, and modified by Scott McLeod; Globalization and The Information Age — edit; This video was not on youtube during the time I uploaded it, and now, it has become a very popular topic of comments. I hope you enjoy the work of these fine gentlemen’s video presentation. Music Credits: (1992) “The Last of the Mohicans” off the soundtrack the song is (Elk Hunt/The Kiss), which appears at the end of the film during the cliff scene. [if you haven't seen the film, you should watch it]