Online Air Defense Radar Museum Guestbook

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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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01/01/2017 18:29:35

Name: Jim Eyles
Email: jime AT

Happy New year to all those who are still here!!!

12/26/2016 00:00:00

Name: Tom Page
Email: historian AT

News item regarding the former Campion AFS, AK:

12/26/2016 00:00:00

Name: Tom Page
Email: historian AT

New housing at the former Fort Fisher AFS, NC (now Military Recreation Area):

12/22/2016 08:45:21

Name: Jack Kerr
Email: jackr_ker AT

Christmas eve 1973 637th ADGp Othello, WA. 27 houses in base hoousing. Many of us gathered at LTC John Postas house for a toddy. We then proceeded to the other 26 houses singing Christmas carols. Others joined as we went. We then proceeded to the barracks and went through all floors of the barracks caroling. Surprised many young airman in their tidy whities. We finished at the club for a night cap and then drifted off to our houses. A memorable night at Radar Site.

Col Postas always made 4th of July big. That story for another time!

12/20/2016 23:50:09

Name: Stephen Weatherly
Email: lweatherly4 AT

Gene - With respect to the College Eye Task Force community. Have you checked in with the Cold War Writers Society?

12/20/2016 22:32:44

Name: Steve Weatherly
Email: lweatherly4 AT

Thanks to all for the photos of the NADRM work this past summer and fall. There have been many significant changes since I attended the June 16 reunion.

Glad to see and read about the improvements to the 26 tower, the FPS-18 antenna mounting and rotation, and the Guard Shack relocation. The painting inside the tower and the lighting is great! I am looking forward to the day I can see the antenna rotating. I like the FPS-18 antenna display sign. The Guard Shack is an outstanding addition and took me right back to my memories of reporting in over 50 years ago at Mt Hebo AFS (689th).

Merry Christmas to all and I am looking forward to the new year. I expect it will include the unveiling at the NADRM of the the Almaden AFS model that includes a scale model of the FPS-24 (tower and rotating antenna).

My gratitude and salute to all those volunteers and contributors that made this all happen.