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To: robert b furman who wrote (856)7/15/2001 10:21:54 AM
From: voop
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Hey Bob

My cajun friends actually pay me not to try to talk with one of their accents. I put that money into limit orders for KVHI.

Lurking is more fun with a po-boy near by.


Voop

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To: voop who wrote (857)7/15/2001 10:33:03 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Voop - OFF TOPIC

I was just telling my wife that I wanted to go fishing this weekend. She reminded me I just got back from 2 weeks of being in Venice. I'm like a little kid and just can't get enough - it was so exciting catching those big Red Fish and then putting them back (can only keep one over 27 inches).

If there was ever a place I'd buy a cabin to go get away it would be in Venice La. or somewhere around the New Orleans airport +or- an hour and a half drive. Your area is truly a spotsman's paradice.

You po-boy cajuns just have it tuff.hehehe

I guess you don't let many of your friends know you have a computer. Seems like there probably is a law against that.If cajuns can do what they do with mudbugs and rice I guess its just a matter of time and they'd own the world with a computer.gggggg


Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (858)7/17/2001 9:50:35 PM
From: robert b furman
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To All:

Well that was exciting. A No Trade day.

I don't know about you but I thought it got really exciting when the bid rocketed from 6.00 to 6.01 and then 6.02.

All in all there where no sellers to meet the generous rise in the rocketing bid.

Is that what they call an exhausted gap? hehehehe

Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (859)7/18/2001 12:40:34 AM
From: geoffrey Wren
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Do you check the Yahoo message board? There's a troll who's showed up there, bashing the stock. You wonder why. Sometimes I guess it's a personality disorder. Sometimes it's an individual short thinking that he will help his position. I always wonder, though, whether there are larger forces at work when these bashers appear.

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To: geoffrey Wren who wrote (860)7/18/2001 6:32:43 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Geoffrey,

I very seldom go to the yahoo thread.

Sector is kind enough to link meaningful post.

The participants demeanor and neverending spam just isn't worth the effort.

I was a late comer to computers.Many initial computer users cut their teeth on yahoo.I fell into SI amd really like the people here. JMHO

Bob


I'd use the ignore feature if he dragged his negative self over here. One thing for sure the troll hasn't influenced a wave of selling.ggg

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To: robert b furman who wrote (861)7/18/2001 7:36:17 AM
From: Roy F
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KVH Industries to Supply TACNAV Systems for New Zealand Armored Forces

KVH Now Providing the Tactical Navigation System of Choice for Both Australia and New Zealand

MIDDLETOWN, R.I.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 18, 2001-- KVH Industries (Nasdaq: KVHI - news) announced today that it has received a $1.5 million contract to supply KVH's TACNAV(TM) tactical navigation system to General Motors (GM) Defense for use aboard the New Zealand Army's new fleet of Light Armored Vehicles (LAVs).

``New Zealand's selection of the TACNAV system completes the adoption of KVH's TACNAV product family by Australian and New Zealand military forces. Together with last year's contract with a Southeast Asian country, KVH has now made significant inroads into this region,'' remarked Christopher Burnett, KVH's vice president of business development. ``We are pleased that we will be able to support New Zealand's military operations and continue our long and positive relationship with General Motors Defense. Working together, we've equipped the GM armored vehicles used by the U.S. Marine Corps, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Australia, and now New Zealand with TACNAV systems.''

KVH TACNAV systems offers every vehicle and every force commander - whether in a command, support, or combat vehicle - 100% availability of position and other tactical data, even if the signals from Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites are disrupted or jammed. In addition to interfacing with the onboard GPS, TACNAV consolidates vehicle location and azimuth, turret angle, and far target location into a single-point interface that can be transmitted via digital Battlefield Management Systems to the force commander and the other units in the field.

``The TACNAV product family has been chosen by many NATO countries, including the United States, Canada, Sweden, Britain, Spain, and Italy, as well as allied countries around the globe, making TACNAV the most widely fielded tactical navigation system in the industry,'' continued Burnett. ``NATO peacekeeping forces in the Balkans and U.N. peacekeepers in East Timor depend on the same TACNAV systems to maintain uninterrupted situational awareness, reduce the possibility of fratricide, and enhance overall operational efficiency. We are pleased that we will now be able to provide TACNAV's critical functions and benefits to the New Zealand military.''

KVH Industries, Inc., is a leading provider of tactical navigation systems for military vehicles and advanced high-bandwidth communications products. Using its proprietary fiber optic technology, the company is developing next-generation systems with greater precision, durability, and versatility for communications, navigation, and OEM applications. Its headquarters are located in Middletown, Rhode Island.


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Contact:

KVH Industries Contact:
Jim Dodez
401-847-3327
jdodez@kvh.com
or
Investor Relations Contact:
Kristian Svindland or Jolinda Taylor
Morgen-Walke Associates
617-747-3600
or
Financial Media Contact:
Ron Heckmann
Morgen-Walke Associates
415-296-7383

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To: Roy F who wrote (862)7/18/2001 7:47:32 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Roy,

Earnings tomorrow - gulp

Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (863)7/18/2001 8:02:37 AM
From: Roy F
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Hi Bob,

You sound less that excited about the prospects... I know, in the past a pre-earnings PR was somewhat ominous. It's still early for KVH in the optical arena, but perhaps they'll divulge some progress in the current sensor area.

I don't think expectations are too high for this Q, and, seemingly the CC will be more of a status report on the R & D initiatives. But, in the current economy, any business is good business... at least we have the military to keep us warm... gg

Regards.

Roy

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To: Roy F who wrote (864)7/18/2001 8:14:35 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Roy,

I am historically an unbeliever regarding military.I too often neglect to give them credit for higher margins.I guess my initial ownership of this stock burned me on the military as it went away for so long.

To the companies credit - the orders for military goods have really picked up.As they say once you are accepted the orders keep coming - and coming they have. We also are now in the Aegis and that will most likely be spread out to our allies ie Taiwan.

As always anxious to see R&D become "commerciallly available".As always I'm long for the long haul.

Thanks for the note and your usual excellent updates.

Bob

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To: david james who started this subject7/19/2001 7:54:02 AM
From: voop
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corporate-ir.net


qtrly report

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