Day 227: Early Warning System

Whether you are military or civilian, you likely realize the value of installing an “early warning system.”

Such a system can alert you to threatening dangers while you still have plenty of time to prepare.

The type of earning warning system you install may depend on many factors, including budget, environment, and (of course) available systems.

While most systems simply beep or blare, and some might come with a few extra fancy-looking flashing lights, these systems generally are not sensitive enough to detect both indoor and outdoor threats all in one system.

For comprehensive protection, you need an early warning system that responds to all threats at the same time – and with equal intensity and volume.

If that system happens to have feathers, you can feel secure in knowing you’ve chosen the most exclusive model that will never, ever, EVER let any threat slip by unannounced.

The early warning system (with feathers) begins his watch with a thorough scan of the exterior premises.
The early warning system (with feathers) begins his watch with a thorough scan of the exterior premises.
The system next gently shifts focus towards the interior perimeter.
A suspicious movement catches his eye, so he performs a quick expert exterior scan once more.
A suspicious movement catches his eye, so he performs a quick expert exterior scan once more.
Threat dismissed as a false alarm, he then completes an equally thorough evaluation of the interior space.
Threat dismissed as a false alarm, he then completes an equally thorough evaluation of the interior space.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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