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Id: 534
Name: omen_dalmierz_3
Drop-Type: USB drop
Size: 4 GB
Date Created: 2011-05-19
Address: , Gdynia , PL
Coordinates: 54.46870 N 18.55060 E
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Dead Drop placed in the bunker who, during II World War served as the primary point of fire control. Inside was a rangefinder artillery. The facility is easily accessible, I recommend going there for a tour of the night! More information about this type of objects and their history can be found in the description of my previous geocaches:

Rangefinder in Babie Doly (Gdynia,Poland): http://opencaching.pl/viewcache.php?cacheid=13525

Rangefinder in Grabowek (Gdynia,Poland): http://opencaching.pl/viewcache.php?cacheid=13701
(Description only in Polish)

On installation DD it contains the following materials:
- Rare footage of the Owl Mountains Aerial
- Vintage maps Owl Mountains
- Vintage maps of areas of the Third Reich
- Polish topographical maps in scale 1:50000 with calibration files for Ozi Explorer
- Photos and presentations from several exploratory trips to the post-mining sites on Polish territory
- Presentation of "The Underground Gdynia eyes of explorers"


1. After finding DD, unscrew the nut and then connect to a laptop or notebook computer to the USB connector through the USB EXTENSION.
2. Copy the materials needed and depending on the willingness put something inside, which concerns a similar subject.
3. Make entries in the logbook. (Available language version of PL and ENG)
4. After use, please use the Safely Remove Hardware option. I do not recommend disconnecting the USB cable directly from the wall as in some situations, this can cause data loss.
5. Tighten the nut and conceal the place as it was.
6. Please do not take DD in a situation when close to the "tourists" or other unauthorized persons.

1. Design and installation of the boxes provide some protection against moisture and good protection from flooding. In most cases, damaged flash drive or memory card reader will NOT damage your USB port but if you want to be hundred percent sure that this does not happen (eg, after the winter and heavy rains) to use an ordinary USB hub through which to connect your computer boxes.
2. On assembly DD I can guarantee that he is free from malware, and one hundred percent efficient. In the future, when the boxes were more interested in exercise, I recommend checking the virus scanner everything you're going to download from the DD. I recommend this procedure, of course, also to all other types of Dead Drops, and containing elements of portable memory devices.

I wish you a successful up/down-loads
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