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re: We could tell you, but we'd have to kill you
_hm   3/2/2011 2:58:21 PM
US defence sub-contractor do often encounter this type of situation. The need is even after many years (three decades!), one should not disclose the information.

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re: We could tell you, but we'd have to kill you
Baolt   2/28/2011 10:55:02 PM
:) its dam' easy... Top secret army project, protected against industrial spying and why enginee without afterburner is so important...having ferrari with 4 cylinder engine inspite of 12 with same level of power & much lower fuel consumption also with less heat-print

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re: We could tell you, but we'd have to kill you
wilber_xbox   2/26/2011 10:17:20 PM
I did not understand the story. I still did not get why manager did not want to tell and why was "F404 engine without an afterburner" important.

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re: We could tell you, but we'd have to kill you
agk   2/26/2011 3:24:21 PM
Why would you want that? Keeping things hidden is to save the customer's business.This is a good example.The GE project manager is loyal to the company and disciplined

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