MARTIAL ARTS HISTORY MUSEUM Hall of Fame Volume 2: Volume 2: Covering the years 2003 – 2006. An official recognition of the martial arts pioneers and leaders.

$29.95

(as of Nov 09,2018 15:37:01 UTC – Details)



Volume 2 covers the years 2003-2006. Recognized by the Martial Arts History Museum, this book features 44 individuals who made an impact on history. Six pages are dedicated to feature each member of the Hall of Fame. This volume includes: 2003 – Billy Blanks, Howard Jackson, Kathy Long, Gerald Okamura, Cecil Peoples, Chan Pui, Lilly Rodriguez, Bill Ryusaki, Donnie Williams, Doc Fai Wong and Funakoshi Award to Art Camacho. 2004 – Sonny Chiba, Joe Corley, Stephen Hayes, Sho Kosugi, Michael Matsuda, Hidy Ochiai, Steven Seagal, Kou Sze, Arnold Urquidez, Byong Yu and Funakoshi Award to John Corcoran. 2005 – Graciela Casillas, S. Henry Cho, Michael DePasquale Sr., Jim Harrison, Ted Lucaylucay, Chuck Merriman, Carrie Ogawa-Wong, Blinky Rodriguez, Steve Sanders (Muhammed), Allen Steen and Funakoshi Award to Joe Hyams. 2006 – Cacoy Canete, Leo Fong, Wally Jay, Buck Sam Kong, Brendan Lai, Lily Lau, Miyamoto Musashi, Toshishiro Obata, Ark Yuey Wong, Wen Mei Yu and Funakoshi Award to Fariborz Azhakh.



UFC 3-600-01: Fire Protection Engineering for Facilities, with Change 2, Revised

$21.75

(as of Nov 09,2018 12:21:33 UTC – Details)




Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) documents provide planning, design, construction, sustainment, restoration, and modernization criteria. They also apply to the Military Departments, the Defense Agencies, and the DoD Field Activities in accordance with USD (AT&L) Memorandum dated 29 May 2002. The United States Army Corps of Engineers (HQUSACE), Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) and the Office of the Air Force Civil Engineer are responsible for administration of the UFC system. This is one of those documents.



Okuma RX-C-702MHa Reflexion Freshwater Graphite Fishing Rod (2 Piece)

$67.16 - $58.12

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Since the beginning, Okuma fishing tackle has welcomed every angler to the product lines, irregardless of budget. At every level, Okuma rods and reels are designed to inspire participation with exceptional performance. Reflexions freshwater bass and inshore fishing rods are a centerpiece of our promise to anglers. Within this value-packed rod line-up, anglers get tournament-level rods actions brought down from our ultra-premium rods lines and outfitted with the finest components available at their price. It is these professional-level actions, inclusive of length, power and taper, that truly define how the rods perform. Constructed from 24-ton carbon, reflexions deliver an exceptional fishing experience. In addition to one-piece rods, many Reflexions bass and freshwater rods are available in 2-piece models for ease of storage and travel. Features: – responsive and durable 24-ton carbon blank construction – UFC: unidirectional fiber reinforced rod tip technology – UFC technology increases rod tip lifting power by 3 times – Sea guide deep-press frame protect the aluminum oxide inserts – guide frames on all models feature a 2-Stage slope reducing line tangles – Skeleton style casting and spinning reel seats with cork inserts – all models feature a 2″ Contoured and fixed cork foregrip – standard models feature contoured rear cork split grips – models specified as “FG” Will feature a full contoured rear cork grip – all model feature stainless steel hook keepers Specifications: – Water type: freshwater – technique: casting – length: 7’0″ – foregrip length: 2″ – Rear grip length: 10″ – number of pieces: 2 – power: medium heavy – action: fast – handle type: b – line rating: 12-25 lbs. – lure rating: 3/8-1-1/4 oz. – guide type: Sea guide deep-press frame protect the aluminum oxide inserts – blank material: durable 24-ton carbon blank – handle material: trigger reel seat with cork foregrip and rear cork split grip – number of guides: 8 + tip – weight: N/aResponsive and durable 24-ton carbon blank construction
Ufr: Unidirectional fiber reinforced rod tip technology
Ufr technology increases rod tip lifting power by 3 times



UFC 1-200-02 High Performance and Sustainable Building Requirements

$5.95

(as of Nov 09,2018 05:48:35 UTC – Details)



This UFC provides guidance for Department of Defense facilities to achieve high performance and sustainable building requirements in compliance with the Energy Policy Act of 2005, the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, EO 13423, EO 13514, and the Guiding Principles for Federal Leadership in High Performance and Sustainable Buildings (Guiding Principles).



UFC 1-300-02: Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS) Format Standard, with Changes 1-4

$14.75 - $2.49

(as of Nov 09,2018 00:15:53 UTC – Details)




Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) documents provide planning, design, construction, sustainment, restoration, and modernization criteria. They also apply to the Military Departments, the Defense Agencies, and the DoD Field Activities in accordance with USD (AT&L) Memorandum dated 29 May 2002. The United States Army Corps of Engineers (HQUSACE), Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) and the Office of the Air Force Civil Engineer are responsible for administration of the UFC system. This is one of those documents.



Jag (Diablo’s Throne MMA) (Volume 2)

$12.99

(as of Nov 08,2018 18:49:48 UTC – Details)



Jag No matter how fast he runs, there’s one thing Jag can’t escape. His past. It has the power to destroy the man he’s worked so hard to become. Jag is slated to be the next MMA champion. It’s been years in the making. The hype surrounding his prized fight is ignited by his charismatic personality and smoldering good looks. But it’s all a shield protecting the storm brewing inside of him… And now, there’s a new girl in town Jag can’t seem to stay away from. She’s quiet, mysterious, and sexy as sin. His demons. Her secrets. They collide when least expected.



Electronic Security Systems: Unified Facility Criteria UFC 4-021-02

$26.95

(as of Nov 08,2018 12:18:35 UTC – Details)


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The purpose of this UFC is to provide guidance for designing Electronic Security Systems (ESS) in support of the Department of Defense (DoD) physical security program requirements. An ESS is one of many physical security measures that must be considered when addressing the physical security posture of a facility. This UFC is intended to provide uniformity and consistency in the design of an ESS.

In accordance with DOD O-2000.12H Antiterrorism handbook, a vulnerability and risk assessment must be conducted prior to beginning any security project. Upon identifying facility or asset vulnerabilities to threats, physical security measures such as ESS may be deployed to reduce vulnerabilities. In summary, this document assumes the pre-design phases, including the risk analysis, are complete prior to beginning design.

Why buy a book you can download for free?

First you gotta find it and make sure it’s the latest version (not always easy). Then you gotta print it using a network printer you share with 100 other people – and its outta paper – and the toner is low (take out the toner cartridge, shake it, then put it back). If it’s just 10 pages, no problem, but if it’s a 250-page book, you will need to punch 3 holes in all those pages and put it in a 3-ring binder. Takes at least an hour. An engineer that’s paid $75 an hour has to do this himself (who has assistant’s anymore?).

If you are paid more than $10 an hour and use an ink jet printer, buying this book will save you money.

It’s much more cost-effective to just order the latest version from Amazon.com

This book is published by 4th Watch Books and includes copyright material. We publish compact, tightly-bound, full-size books (8 ½ by 11 inches), with glossy covers. 4th Watch Books is a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB).

For more titles published by 4th Watch Books, please visit: cybah.webplus.net

UFC 2-100-01 Installation Master Planning

UFC 4-010-06 Cybersecurity of Facility-Related Control Systems

UFC 4-021-02 Electronic Security Systems by Department of Defense

FC 4-141-05N Navy and Marine Corps Industrial Control Systems Monitoring Stations

UFC 4-010-01 DoD Minimum Antiterrorism Standards for Buildings

UFC 4-020-01 DoD Security Engineering Facilities Planning Manual

UFC 3-501-01 Electrical Engineering

UFC 3-550-07 Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Exterior Power Distribution Systems

UFC 3-550-01 Exterior Electrical Power Distribution

UFC 3-560-01 Electrical Safety, O & M



Landscape Architecture: Unified Facility Criteria UFC 3-201-02

$22.95

(as of Nov 08,2018 03:33:29 UTC – Details)



This UFC is applicable to all DoD projects with site improvements regardless of the method of execution or the funding source. This includes sustainment, restoration and modernization as well as new construction. The term site improvements refers to all site modification that will result in permanent, on or above-ground, paving, features, or landforms. Representative types of site modification are indicated in the section on Pre-Design and Design Services. The term site improvements does not refer to either: enclosed buildings, in themselves; or, airfield pavements. For a more comprehensive presentation of potential site improvement issues and treatments see Appendix B Best Practices in Landscape Architecture. 1-3 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Design of all site improvement features shall be accomplished by an experienced registered professional. As a minimum, all construction projects with site improvement costs over $250,000 shall have a landscaping plan and supporting details signed by a registered professional in the state of the project location. For states without licensure requirements, the designer shall be licensed in an adjacent state or jurisdiction. This requirement is consistent with that of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and the majority of state departments of professional regulation, which require signature by a licensed professional in their field of study and expertise. In most cases this will be a registered Landscape Architect. More stringent professional requirements and certifications may be required in the individual design and construction contracts.

Why buy a book you can download for free?

First you gotta find it and make sure it’s the latest version (not always easy). Then you gotta print it using a network printer you share with 100 other people – and its outta paper – and the toner is low (take out the toner cartridge, shake it, then put it back). If it’s just 10 pages, no problem, but if it’s a 250-page book, you will need to punch 3 holes in all those pages and put it in a 3-ring binder. Takes at least an hour. An engineer that’s paid $75 an hour has to do this himself (who has assistant’s anymore?).

If you are paid more than $10 an hour and use an ink jet printer, buying this book will save you money.

It’s much more cost-effective to just order the latest version from Amazon.com

This book is published by 4th Watch Books and includes copyright material. We publish compact, tightly-bound, full-size books (8 ½ by 11 inches), with glossy covers. 4th Watch Books is a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB).

For more titles published by 4th Watch Books, please visit: cybah.webplus.net

UFC 2-100-01 Installation Master Planning

UFC 4-010-06 Cybersecurity of Facility-Related Control Systems

UFC 4-021-02 Electronic Security Systems by Department of Defense

FC 4-141-05N Navy and Marine Corps Industrial Control Systems Monitoring Stations

UFC 4-010-01 DoD Minimum Antiterrorism Standards for Buildings

UFC 4-020-01 DoD Security Engineering Facilities Planning Manual

UFC 3-501-01 Electrical Engineering

UFC 3-550-07 Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Exterior Power Distribution Systems

UFC 3-550-01 Exterior Electrical Power Distribution

UFC 3-560-01 Electrical Safety, O & M



Eagle 1932 Flammable Storage Cabinet, Manual-Latching Door, 30 Gallon

$655.67 - $1,096.73

(as of Nov 07,2018 17:42:17 UTC – Details)



Eagle double-wall Flammable liquids safety cabinet is rated for Type I and II containers up to 5 gallons in size. Feature double-wall, 18-gauge welded steel construction with 1-1/2 inch air space that prevents build-up of explosive gases. In the event of a fire, units with self-closing Doors close automatically at 160F via a melting link to prevent Flames from reaching contents (meets uniform fire Code, UFC). dual 2 inch capped vents provide external exhaust. Ground wire connection prevents static build-up (wire not included). flush-mount handle includes 3-point lock to secure contents. Shelves are adjustable to accept different sized containers. Leak-proof 2 inch base sill keeps hazardous liquids inside cabinet. Labeled with large easy-to-read inch Flammable keep fire away inch message in three languages. Note: Eagle quality cabinets comply with OSHA standard 1910.106, are designed to meet NFPA standards 29 and 30, and most have been tested by factory Mutual research and/or Underwriters laboratories. Please note: California and portions of other localities may require self-closing safety cabinet Doors. Please check your local codes before ordering.Overall w x d x h: 43x18x44 inch
Capacity: 30 gallons
Shelf quantity: 1
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Assessment of Existing Facilities for Use in Military Operations: Unified Facilities Criteria UFC 1-201-02

$16.95

(as of Nov 07,2018 07:35:41 UTC – Details)



UFC 1-201-02 June 2014

This UFC provides assessment guidelines for evaluating existing facilities for the potential use in military operations. Options are also included for mitigation of common building deficiencies.

This UFC was developed to accomplish the following: • Provide contingency personnel with procedures to assess an existing facility to determine if the building achieves the minimum Life Safety and Habitability requirements to allow for occupancy in support of military operations. • Provides options for mitigating the risks inherent with common building deficiencies.

Includes a list of applicable NIST cybersecurity publications for consideration.

Why buy a book you can download for free?

First you gotta find it and make sure it’s the latest version (not always easy). Then you gotta print it using a network printer you share with 100 other people – and its outta paper – and the toner is low (take out the toner cartridge, shake it, then put it back). If it’s just 10 pages, no problem, but if it’s a 250-page book, you will need to punch 3 holes in all those pages and put it in a 3-ring binder. Takes at least an hour. An engineer that’s paid $75 an hour has to do this himself (who has assistant’s anymore?).

If you are paid more than $10 an hour and use an ink jet printer, buying this book will save you money.

It’s much more cost-effective to just order the latest version from Amazon.com

This book is published by 4th Watch Books and includes copyright material. We publish compact, tightly-bound, full-size books (8 ½ by 11 inches), with glossy covers. 4th Watch Books is a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB).

For more titles published by 4th Watch Books, please visit: cybah.webplus.net

UFC 2-100-01 Installation Master Planning

UFC 3-120-01 Design: Sign Standards

UFC 3-101-01 Architecture

UFC 3-440-01 Facility-Scale Renewable Energy Systems

UFC 3-201-02 Landscape Architecture

UFC 3-501-01 Electrical Engineering

UFC 3-540-08 Utility-Scale Renewable Energy Systems

UFC 3-550-01 Exterior Electrical Power Distribution

UFC 3-550-07 Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Exterior Power Distribution Systems

UFC 3-560-01 Electrical Safety, O & M

UFC 3-520-01 Interior Electrical Systems

UFC 4-010-06 Cybersecurity of Facility-Related Control Systems

UFC 4-021-02 Electronic Security Systems by Department of Defense

FC 4-141-05N Navy and Marine Corps Industrial Control Systems Monitoring Stations

UFC 4-010-01 DoD Minimum Antiterrorism Standards for Buildings

UFC 4-020-01 DoD Security Engineering Facilities Planning Manual

UFC 3-430-08N Central Heating Plant

UFC 3-410-01 Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning Systems

UFC 3-810-01N Navy and Marine Corps Environmental Engineering for Facility Construction

UFC 3-730-01 Programming Cost Estimates for Military Construction

UFC 1-200-02 High-Performance and Sustainable Building Requirements

UFC 3-301-01 Structural Engineering

UFC 3-430-02FA Central Steam Boiler Plants

UFC 3-430-11 Boiler Control Systems