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Onboard Car Key Programming Extras By Prince Obama
eBook (ePub): $5.00
This is a supplementary book to Car Key Programming Guide. It contains various cars onboard key programming instructions.
Car Key Programming Guide By Prince Obama
eBook (ePub): $25.99
Car keys have developed from the simple systems which were no more advanced than the front door key of a house to very advanced forms that use onboard computers for their operation. Modern vehicles... More > also have push button remote locking/unlocking, it is rare these days to push your Car Key into the barrel to open it. Most cars now use Remote Control Keys to open. These improvements in the Car Keys Systems, has however made it difficult for genuine car owners to duplicate their Car keys or get a replacement when they lose them. The process requires specialize skills and knowhow for even a regular locksmith. This book has therefore been written to inform and guides anyone who wants to develop the skills required to duplicate or replace keys of modern cars.< Less
Navy Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures: Law Enforcement and Physical Security (NTTP 3-07.2.3) By Department of The Navy
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This publication provides tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) governing the conduct of physical security (PS) and law enforcement (LE) at Navy installations, within expeditionary forces and... More > onboard Navy ships. It provides a basis for understanding Navy policies and objectives related to PS and LE. More important, it provides regional commanders (REGCOMs), regional security officers (RSOs), installation and ship commanding officers (COs), security officers (SO), administrative staffs, and the Navy security force (NSF) with needed tools to help organize, plan, train for, and implement effective and efficient PS and LE programs using the limited resources at their disposal. Both PS and LE programs include measures taken by a command, ship, or installation to protect against all acts designed to, or that may, impair its effectiveness. In other words, both PS and LE personnel provide security and are key to the protection construct. Within this document, installation security officers and...< Less

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