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Boy Engineer

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Pooch problem solved for Mine Explorers
Posted: 19/12/2017 11:08:59
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In my 'day job' I receive copies of an aerospace and defence briefing. From this month's copy of 'Advance', I note a new offering from Marlow Ropes.
"This innovative British-made device is light (1.83kg), quick and easy to install and ideal for the insertion of non-Fast Rope qualified personnel including Medics, Interpreters, Guides and Bomb Disposal Specialists. It also offers a perfect solution when descending with a dog.
IP: 62.232.253.98 Edited: 19/12/2017 11:10:25 by Boy Engineer
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Pooch problem solved for Mine Explorers
Posted: 19/12/2017 11:16:47
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And if pooch gets difficult..........

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Pooch problem solved for Mine Explorers
Posted: 19/12/2017 14:15:49
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But does it mean a cannine or is it in the modern parlance and simply mean taking a dubious lady friend underground? IP: 86.153.9.183
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Pooch problem solved for Mine Explorers
Posted: 19/12/2017 16:12:10
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This? https://www.marlowropes.com/product/fast-rope-rack

Guess the comment about dogs refers to bomb disposal teams with dogs trained in explosive detection.
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