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Does the NAVY use Windows XP?


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http://tomahawk.ytmnd.com/

It's so advanced!
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No, they use HPUX as the OS for mission critical systems such as the Tomahawk weapons System, Aegis and others. Programs that are not COTS (Commercial off the shelf) based are older and written in proprietary code. They do use Win2K and XP for PC based apps such as e-mail and chat applications, as well as some other peripheral jobs for communications and data networking.


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No, they use HPUX as the OS for mission critical systems such as the Tomahawk weapons System, Aegis and others. Programs that are not COTS (Commercial off the shelf) based are older and written in proprietary code. They do use Win2K and XP for PC based apps such as e-mail and chat applications, as well as some other peripheral jobs for communications and data networking.
You just killed all the fun in that joke. neye:
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i heard this a long time ago. made perfect sense to me... if you want the audio portion of that without that annoying background you can find it here: http://www.micom.net/oops/USAF%20Training.wav
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i heard this a long time ago. made perfect sense to me... if you want the audio portion of that without that annoying background you can find it here: http://www.micom.net/oops/USAF%20Training.wav

That is a classic. If you know any missile engineers (I do), they will laugh the loudest.


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they (I) also use Sun Solaris 9 and 10.

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True, they do. I forgot about those.


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Mind-Numbingly advanced........
Whatever he said.

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Not really, it's just another UNIX with a pretty GUI on it....


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that just went RIGHT OVER peoples heads...

THAT WAS HILARIOUS ROFLMAOLOLROTFLMAO!!!

too funny... haha that's good.

but in seriousness, they probably use Solaris, and probably a lot of unix-based oses, some probably even use linux.

the back of our computer looks better than the front of theirs


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Open your hard disk.
Open your System folder.
Open the Library folder inside the System folder
...CoreServices...
...SecurityAgentPlugins...
...control-click on SCLoginPlugin.bundle and select "Show Package Contents"
open the Contents folder
...Resources...
and open Navy_Seal.tif

The Navy, Army, Air Force, and other branches' seals are all there, so that Mac OS X can be configured to display them at login when set up by government sysadmins for use by the military.
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The Navy, Army, Air Force, and other branches' seals are all there, so that Mac OS X can be configured to display them at login when set up by government sysadmins for use by the military.
I wonder whether these pix are in Macs sold in China and Iran, for instance geez, maybe even France.

They're in mine (or were) purchased in Toronto.
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If you write it down, or make little notes it does make perfect sense. Althought he uses strange terms for explaining a mathematic process

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::follow's technologist's directions::

Whoa, that's bizarre... ::eyes get really big::

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