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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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06/13/2016 21:30:15

Name: Doug
Email: spacedoig AT

Just some acronyms from ATC radar (303x1)...
- ASR Airport Surveillance Radar (typically S-band, 60 miles max from Radar)
- PAR Precision Approach Radar (typically X-band 10 miles max from Radar +/- 10 degrees from center of centerline, +15/-5 degrees from center of glidepath)
- STALO Stablilized Local Oscillator (Used for mixing of first stage in the receiver)

06/06/2016 15:17:27

Name: Jim
Email: jime AT

D-Day is not forgotten by those who served!

06/06/2016 07:42:13

Name: Larry L Jackson
Email: vickyjac AT

I'm glad someone remembers D-Day. No mention on the news herein Houston, Yx

05/30/2016 08:01:41

Name: Jac Kerr
Email: jackr_ker AT

It was a Soldier

When you hear the bells of freedom ring
And you know that you are free-
And you have the right to do what may,
Things were not always this way.

Freedom hasn't always been
The Freedom we know now
It was the soldier of the field
Who made us free somehow.

But again it wasn't an accident
It was by their loyalty
They laid their lives down on the line
To give us freedom FREE

It was the soldier....
Who alone in some God-forsaken land
Who slept in trenches, with mud and cold
Who knelt beside a dying friend
Whose hand had just grown cold

It was the soldier....
Who wrote his children letters
From the depths of forests dim
Who told those children "grow up proud"
To love and pray for him

Years of service some have given
Our soldiers brave and tall
All gave everything they could
But some of them gave ALL

Yes, it was the soldier....
Who joined the ranks of services
To protect this land they loved
And some are still protecting us
From the light of God above

So when you hear the freedom bells
O'er the land, you'll hear them ring was the Soldier
Who paid the price for freedom's ring

A special thanks for all who served
And those serving yet today
May God bless our soldiers
And God bless the USA

By: Jene' Lind

05/27/2016 10:17:18

Name: Jim
Email: jime AT

On this Memorial Day remember... All gave some.... Some gave All

05/26/2016 16:09:58

Name: George crooks
Email: Gcrooks7 AT

Still kicking around in San Antonio tx

05/26/2016 09:38:31

Name: Gene
Email: hq AT

Message board no longer works. Sorry. It was little used, and very difficult to maintain.