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Doomsday Prep For The Super-Rich / Survival Of The Richest
The New Yorker Magazine
( New Zealand is profiled )
30th January 2017



The American Redoubt - Article


Official Twitter Page, USACE US Army Corps of Engineers, NY District. Tweeting about engineering missions serving the public.
 New York City

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                                                                         Earth Changes & Extreme Weather May 2017

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Eurosatory : the Technology continuum: Land & Airland Defence, Military, Civil & Homeland Security. The entire Supply Chain: operational systems, raw materials, prime contractors' finished products in Defense & Security. Life-size Presentation of equipment & weapons systems at stands and in action during Live Demonstrations. A unique Platform for meetings between major industrial prime contractors and subcontractors & between buyers and suppliers.

Full live dynamic demonstration airland defense security exhibition


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