ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [IAC-L:1138] Re: Fleet Week Reminder.
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Thread: [IAC-L:1138] Re: Fleet Week Reminder.
Message: [IAC-L:1138] Re: Fleet Week Reminder.
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From: Jim Klick <klick at aps.anl.gov>
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 1997 12:40:25 UTC
When you sent this to my individual mail address you claimed it didn't go to a list. I guess you lied. Take me off your list. At 02:33 AM 9/30/97 -0500, you wrote: >Dear Aviator, > >Fleet Week is comming up Oct. 11th! > >Don't miss the Sean D. Tucker Power Aerobatics Team. Their time equipment >is proudly sponsored by Tutima, the best aviation watch available. > >A Tutima watch has been the first chronograph officially issued to the >German Air Force in 1941 and is still today the only chronograph that meets >the requirements of the Federal German Armed Forces. In addition, the >Tutima Modern Fliegerchronograph is standard equipment of several NATO >pilots (NATO specification number 6645-12-194-8642). This is the objective >proof of a very robust and well produced time equipment. > >Tutima is proud of its achievements in regards to the best engineered time >equipment in the world. However, Tutima will not rest on these >accomplishments and will continue to meet its goal of being the best >professional Fliegerchronograph, not just for Armed Forces, but also for >civilians. > >Tutima Fliegerchronographs are available at the finest jewelry retailers or >at Tutima USA. > >Sincerely, >Tutima USA > >Tutima USA >P.O. Box 9561 >Marina del Rey, CA 90295 >Voice: 310 318 5419 >Fax: 310 318 9419 >http://www.fliegerchronograph.com > >