2010 image looking North
2010 image looking East
2010 image looking South
2010 image looking West
photos from Bill Evans' web site http://www.nikenuke.net/nike/text/nikefrm2.html
(used with permission)
Foundations of former AN/FPS-67B search-radar tower.
Foundations of former AN/FPS-90 height finder radar tower. This foundation is for "ABLE" Height-Finder used by the USAF
Foundations and tower remains AN/FPS-90 height finder
Recently-demolished An/FPS-90 height-finder radar tower
Foreground :Foundation & tower AN/FPS-90
Background :Foundations AN/FPS-67B search radar tower water tower behind
Foreground: Foundation of another AN/FPS-90 (or -6) height finder radar tower (either Army or USAF). This radar was gone when John Justice arrived in Dec. 67. It was Army as part of the Missile Mentor System.
Background: Foundations of AN/FPS-67B search radar tower (center) water tower to right
Foreground: Remains of another AN/FPS-90 (or - 6) height finder radar tower (either Army or USAF). This was also Army, part of Missile Mentor. It was also gone Dec. 67.
Back: Old Army missile-master/BIRDIE building.
One of former Army Nike missile-master or BIRDIE buildings at Fort Meade, Md adjacent to USAF radar site
Foundation of yet another AN/FPS-90 (or -6) height-finder radar tower located behind (north of) the search radar tower. (There were 4 height-finders total, originally, at Fort Meade: 2 for the USAF, 2 for the Army). This was "Baker" height finder used by the USAF. John Justice assisted GEEIA in the removal of equipment from this tower sometime between Dec. 67 and Apr. 71.