Unlimited Engineering Logo Unlimited Engineering, Inc
106 Dutchess Rd
Simpsonville, SC 29680
Sales@UEusa.net
Protectors of America!
We support the Protectors of America!

All those in the armed forces will receive a 20% discount from list price on their orders from my site. All discounts are on UE kits only and are taken from LIST price.

While shipping to APO addresses is painful, we will do so. Please bear in mind that US mail has 60 days to deliver your package and no tracking is available.

I'll extend this further to include law enforcement, fire departments, and search and rescue as you folks also risk your lives to protect American's freedom and safety. 

This is my way of saying thank you.

How do you get verified? Sounds like a copy of your ID (this example is a military one) with any sensitive data blacked out will be sufficient proof. Based on what I see of the first id sent you should scan the front and back then black out your signature, your SS#, bar code and the thing at the bottom that looks like a scrambled bar code. Will some of you in the service be sure to clear this with "the powers that be" and make sure this is OK?

I understand that transmitting a copy of your ID may be unacceptable. It's been suggested by one commanding officer that you can send a command letter verifying your status in the service. This will be fine as well. 

I'm really hoping no one will try to take advantage of this - it's intention is for those who's job it is to risk their lives to protect the freedom we all take for granted. 

I'm leaving the proving process pretty easy for now. If abused I'll have to tighten it down, but will not eliminate this program.

The site ordering can't handle any of this yet, so I'll have to return the funds manually.

 

Thank you all,

Robin

 

 

 

I'd like to post you folks here, unless you object of course. 

Send an e-mail to Webmaster@UnlimitedEngineering.com include a brief bio and any photos.

Sergeant Richard C. U.S. Army
Born: 1970
Stationed: Ft. Wainwright, AK
Bio: Army Active Duty Since 1989
Tank system mechanic and Motor Transport Operator, Gulf war vet, Airborne qualified. Other duty stations include Ft Benning, GA and Ft. Bragg, NC.
Electronics Technician First Class
Jason Carlock - U.S. Coast Guard

Born: 1974
Bio: U.S. Coast Guard Active Duty Since 1994
Currently I supervise the electronics shop at ESD (electronics support detachment) Detroit. I hold qual codes to repair: Surface Search Radar Systems, Secure Communications Systems, MF/HF/VHF/UHF Communications, and Differential Global Postitions Systems (just major ones). I have also been stationed at: Aids to Navigation Team Port Angeles, WA (94-96). Recieved my electronics training at USCG Training Center Petaluma, CA (96-97). USCG Cutter Active (WMEC-618) a 210' Medium Endurance Cutter (97-99). Electronics Support Detachment Detail St. Ignace, MI (independant duty, I was the only Electronics Tech there)(99-01). Then here in Detroit.(01- present).
Sergeant Thomas W. U.S. Navy
Born: 1968
Stationed: San Diego, Ca. (USS John C Stennis CVN-74)
Bio: Navy Active Duty Since 1987
I work in the Combat Direction Center (CDC) as a Air Intercept Controller Supervisor (AICS). More or less I only talk to or work with Fighter type of Aircraft (F-14/F-18)in the air to air warfare role. I am their eyes and ears on the ground giving/providing the aircraft with the situational awareness they need to complete/finish there assigned mission. I tell them where to go to get the bad guy and if they do or do not have permission to shoot when they get there. On a sidenote I know for a fact that I have run the coolest remote control "toy" in the world, a real F-14/F-18. I can, if the Fighter wants to switch control over, fly the airplane from the ship using a digital data link. Just speed, heading and altitude (Shooting is not a option!). Not quite as exciting as a T-Maxx but something not too many can brag about. More or less all the TV adds that you have seen for the Navy in a dark room on a ship with all the radars and electronic equipment on everywhere is where I work. I have been sent/deployed to the Gulf area 4 times and have been station on 2 other Naval ships one AEGIS Cruiser and one Leahy Class Cruiser (4 years on each). I am married and have one daughter. (Stephanie/Madison)
Sergeant Randy A. U.S. Air Force
Born: 
Stationed: Elmendorf AFB
Bio: 
 
 

Pvt. Leger,Scott P.

Born: 1984

Stationed: FT. Leonard Wood, Mo.

Airborne Combat Engineer

Proud parents Pat & Brenda Leger Cecilia, Louisiana

 

 

© 2001 Unlimited Engineering. All Rights Reserved.
Click here to contact us about or to report any problems with this site.
[an error occurred while processing this directive]