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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.

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05/21/2015 17:19:33

Name: Gene
Email: hq AT afrmaonline.org

George Bisson: Look at the Documents on our 902nd pages. You'll find the marker there. - Gene


05/18/2015 13:20:01

Name: S/Sgt George A. Bisson,USAF&USARMY
Email: geobis66 AT yahoo.com

I was looking for the marker for 902nd AC&W Mile City ,Mont


05/08/2015 11:24:38

Name: John Tianen
Email: jtianen AT earthlink.net

Retired CMsgt David S. Hawk passed away on May 7, 2015 after a battle with cancer. At his request, there will be no funeral service. Dave and I served together at the 656th in the 1960s. I will miss his fellowship at 656th and Iceland radar sites veterans reunions.

Gene - Dave's name is in several site rosters. Can you please make sure his status is changed to DECEASED. Thanks...


05/03/2015 00:00:00

Name: Tom Page
Email: historian AT radomes.org

This interesting link was posted on "The Cold War Museum" Facebook page. The linked webpage shows some great historic photos of what the Soviets had for air defense back in 1955.

http://www.allworldwars.com/Official-Illustrated-Guide-to-Moscow-Anti-Aircraft-Defense-System-1955.html


05/02/2015 17:00:18

Name: Jim Eyles
Email: jime AT gci.net

For Debra Keipp. I was at Point Arena from 1968 thru 1970. Never heard of the guy you are looking for. Never heard of a DDS Form 332 either! AF Forms 332 were used as Work Requests through Base Civil Engineers however.


05/02/2015 02:31:47

Name: Debra Keipp
Email: debrakeipp AT yahoo.com

Anybody know of a guy named Fred Bell who says he was at the PA AFS? Anybody ever heard of him? When? Supposedly he used DDS form 332 to report to higher command UFO activity while stationed at the 776 Radar Squadron in Point Arena CA.


05/02/2015 00:00:00

Name: Gene
Email: hq AT afrmaonline.org

To whomever reported error:
"Can not locate the 684 Radron located on Mt. Lemmon, AZ. I was a Philco Tech Rep CTSP there fron 1 Jan 1964 to March 1965. We commuted up to Mt. Lemmon daily from Tucson, ( Davis-Monthon AFB."

Works fine if you don't abbreviate "Mount" (Mt.) or if you use a unique part of the location name, such as just "Lemmon", or just 684.

Gene


04/30/2015 02:03:59

Name: Frank Yule
Email: FrankorDonna AT gmail.com

worked as a civilan with GEEIA fron 1959 to 1974 left due RIF.


04/26/2015 21:12:30

Name: Carla Harper
Email: v22goddess AT msn.com

My Dad referred to himself as a Scope Dope for years when I asked him what he did. I wish now I had persued he until he gave me the details. He is gone now and I am hoping that this site can answer some of the broad questions I have about his early career in the ADC. I know I have seen some of the patches on his uniforms that I have seen in the pictures here and I remember him being so mad that he would have to go to a SAC base from his beloved radar stations. His name was Richard P. Harper and he served for 23 years retiring in 1975. If you knew him, please let me know and if you did not you missed out on a swell guy.


04/26/2015 00:00:00

Name: Tom Page
Email: historian AT radomes.org

A great 1961 documentary about the Aleutian DEW Line is found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1n8Z6wHXnHs