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Pass-Moor Excel document

Pass-Moor Excel document

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I've been reading through some publications (namely UFC 4-159-03) and they reference a spreadsheet called PASS-MOOR.XLS. There are several other documents online that also reference this spreadsheet, however, all my searches to find this document have come up empty.

I tried calling NAVFAC's offices to see if they have any information about it, but I'm never able to speak to a live human and they have yet to return my voice message.

Very unusual when I am completely unable to find a document online. Has anyone ever seen or used this document before? If so, do you know where I can find a copy or even where to just get information about it?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Pass-Moor Excel document

William Seelig is the author, and is referenced here: http://www.slc.ca.gov/division_pages/mfd/motems/ST... That was 10 years ago, but the organizations on the title page might be able to help you

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RE: Pass-Moor Excel document

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Thanks for that. Unfortunately, NAVFAC is one of those organizations I called to try and get someone on the phone, with no luck.

May try going to straight to William Seelig and see if I can make any progress on that Spreadsheet.

Thanks again

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