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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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Prior months' guestbooks:
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Name: Ed Caro
Anyone from the 743rd, 748th, 765th AC&W squad or 21 NR/AD
Name: Steven Wagner
Veteran AC&W Operator, 743rd AC&W Sqdn., Campion AFS, AK Oct., 1966 - Oct., 1967
Thanks to the good work done by Paul Mussolino (hope I spelled that right), we now have digital copies of most of the Texas Tower #4 documents that I gave to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force a good many years ago. These are documents that Radomes bought on eBay a long time ago, and were originally done by one of the engineers who built the tower structure. It includes a post-mortem of the tower collapse, if memories serve me right.
Name: PETE MCDONOUGH
Hi Gene !
Name: Gene McManus
UPDATE: This has been corrected
We had a user ask why a direct link to https://www.radomes.org/museum/recent/PointArenaAFSCA.html would not show any photos. It's worth explaining here:
Name: paul alford
I was at Johnson Air Base, Japan from Oct,58 til June 60. I worked at 41st air division control center. The Mole Hole,. Call sign Cook. I had friends at sites thruout Japan.
Name: Robert R Ritter
Glad you have this site. I have joined this group in the past as I was involved during my short years in the service.
Just a quick check to be sure the Guestbook is still working.