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Welcome to the Online Air Defense Radar Museum. We hope you enjoy your visit, and that we have contributed a little something in the name of those who served.  Gene.

Please consider joining our new radar museum organization, The Air Force Radar Museum Association, Inc. AFRMA is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit Ohio Corporation. Our sole purpose is the creation and support of the National Air Defense Radar Museum at Bellefontaine, Ohio. Please visit our home page to join or donate to this cause. AFRMA, Inc. - The Air Force Radar Museum Association, Inc.. Follow the "Memberships" link on the AFRMA home page.



 

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05/21/2016 22:43:03

Name: Jim
Email: jime AT gci.net

Let me be the first to wish everyone who serves 'The best Armed Forces Day'


05/21/2016 22:41:06

Name: j
Email: jime AT gci.net

Message board not working?


05/07/2016 00:00:00

Name: Tom Page
Email: historian AT radomes.org

This article (dated 27 April 2016) states that the demolition of certain old Air Force buildings at the former North Truro AFS, MA, will be demolished beginning Fall 2016.

http://provincetown.wickedlocal.com/article/20160427/NEWS/160426819


04/26/2016 13:33:50

Name: Dan Cooke
Email: scooke939 AT gmail.com

Served at murphy dome from july 65 to july 66 worked on the power plant/water plant.Worked with a civilian a philco tech rep.


04/26/2016 09:07:47

Name: Gene
Email: hq AT afrmaonline.org

NADRM calling...

We've just let the contract to have our AN/FPS-18 antenna assembly media blasted, primed and painted. The interior lower level of the AN/FPS-26 tower will also be wet-blasted, primed and painted on this same contract.

We have the engineer and architects drawings and specs for the new antenna support tower to be built in front of the FPS-26 tower. We are getting a cost estimate for this, and should have a contract for that structure in the next couple of weeks. This is very high on our "to-do" list for spring.

We'll have to move the FPS-18 antenna and components out of the tower to blast & paint. We will likely be having a work day "on the hill" to do this - not a small job. If you live in the general area of Bellefontaine, and can help, let me know by email: hq@afrmaonline.org, and I'll let you know when this is going to happen.