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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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1999

12/31/1999 00:00:00

Name: Phillip P. Smith
Email: cydstep AT aol.com

Great site! I have a lot of fond memories of the friends I made while serving as a radar repairman. I was stationed at Gibbsboro, Kotzebue and Cambria before getting an early out in August 1977. I have a few photos and a welcome booklet from Gibbsboro, as well as a lot of photos taken at Kotzebue. Keep up the good work. Phil Smith aka Smitty or Townline Smitty


12/31/1999 00:00:00

Name: Charlie Kyger
Email: kygerc AT aol.com

Your site brings back lots of great memories. Just wanted to thank you and everyone thats ever sit at a radar console, whether it was on a Texas Tower, an isolated mountain top, or in a Super Connie. Happy New Year to all and to all a good night.


12/30/1999 00:00:00

Name: Jim Williams
Email: jamesww AT pacbell.net

Im not an ACW guy but was stationed at Nome Field and visited the 710th, 711th, and 712th many times in mid 1950s, including a crash landing at 711th. You have a great web site! Im thinking about a website for Nome Field history (1941-1956)and found your website to be a big motivation.


12/30/1999 00:00:00

Name: Joel F. Pannebaker
Email: joel.pannebaker AT orport.ang.af.mil

I started my Air Force career in the SAGE system at Duluth, MN, 1979. As I am in the twilight of my career, I guess I am getting nostalgic. Your site brought back a flood of memories. Thanks, and keep up the GREAT work!!


12/30/1999 00:00:00

Name: Thomas W. Steeves, Col USAF Ret
Email: tomsteeves AT home.com

To Gene and Tom - what a fun site!! It was so much fun to look at the historical data and remember my career in radar (1956-85). Believe I have some interesting items for you to scan in which may fill some of the blank spots. You need to give me a mail address. Thanks. TWS


12/29/1999 00:00:00

Name: Boyd C. Yaden Lt Col USAFR ret
Email: bcystd AT aol.com

A great site. I was a controller and Sage Ricmo at 26 AD Adair AFS Or From 1967 till it closed in 69. Do you need anything on it?


12/29/1999 00:00:00

Name: dave hale
Email: david.hale AT keesler.af.mil

I really enjoy the site. Its good to see some of the old heads names around. I served at the 623 Det3 Miyako Jima, Okinawa from Jan 67 to Jan 68 then at the 754 at Perrin until 69 when I cross trained into air traffic control. Finally retired in 87 as an AC&W instructor at Tyndall. I did my time at the 743 at Campion AFS from 79 to 80 and loved every minute of it. Does anyone know the whereabouts of then 1Lt Andy Lee Ambrosia who was at Perrin in 68 and 69? What are the chances of geting old PACAF sites on this net? As we used to say at Perrin,You flyem we findem. Keep up the good work.


12/28/1999 00:00:00

Name: James P. Lowe
Email: jimlowe AT midmaine.com

Hi I was station on AC&W Squadrons in the early 60 Vermont Maine Virginia Canada. and live near the one in Maine Bucks Harbor AFS its now a State Prison I have some JPG of the Vermont one that I scanned.


12/28/1999 00:00:00

Name: elliott pritchard
Email: sapejp AT

30years associated with Air Defense Radar,started out on AN/FPS6B. A lot of time at Hqs. ADC. The Wintergarden GF was actually at Windermere Fla,660th at McDill also had one at Inverness Fla. I worked them for 3 years. I just found thsite, from Kren Taylor, I also was on TT4 during Donna


12/27/1999 00:00:00

Name: Dick Konizeski
Email: rmk98 AT tscnet.com

637th AC&W Othello AFS, Wa If any of you troops have a Othello Welcome Brochure, please send it into Gene to upload onto the Othello page. Also, send me any additions/corrections on the CO, C&E, Admin and First Shirt list so I can bring it up to date. Thanks Dick Konizeski


12/27/1999 00:00:00

Name: Charlie Priest
Email: LCPriest AT Yahoo.com

Hi-I was a radar repairman at Otis AFB in the late 50s. Was in the 551st Electronics Maint. Sq. and in the 551st Operations Sq. AFSC:30152A/B Got turned on to this website by a former barracks mate at Otis.


12/26/1999 00:00:00

Name: Dale A. Penny
Email: dpenny AT prodigy.net

Othello had two gapfiller radars, one was at Okanagon, I beleive it was P40A, both were FPS18As, this one had no commerical power or land lines.


12/26/1999 00:00:00

Name: Dave Roepke
Email: ripfalcon AT hotmail.com

also David. Roepke@iasiou.ang.af.mil. Fred Bowman, are you out there???


12/25/1999 00:00:00

Name: Robert C. Fortmuller
Email: AF_ELEXNUT AT worldnet.att.net

Unbelievable for the memories. I submit my travel agenda.55-56 788th Waverly Iowa,56-59,756th Finland Minn,59-60 Duluth ADSector,60-61 937th Homer,Aka, 61-62 Alexandria La,63-64 627th, Crystal Springs,Miss and out for retraining on Weather Equipment. Retired Nov 75(21 Years) Those of us who served at Finland,Minn and Remote Alaska appreciated the sympathy cards


12/24/1999 00:00:00

Name: Albert J. Pollen
Email: AlbertPollen AT Micosoft.com

King Salmon,Alaska, 705th AC&W Sqd...July 62/63 My first assignment as a radar operator after Keesler. We were TOLD that AC&W stood for aircraft control & warning..nope! always cleaning and waxing! Anyone one else remember the Russian flyover and Alice our cat that had her kittens forward told to NORAD?! Experience at King made the transition to the EC121s easier, great bunch of guys and you have a great site here for us ole war dogs thanks


12/24/1999 00:00:00

Name: Albert J. Pollen
Email: AlbertPollen AT Micosoft.com

King Salmon,Alaska, 705th AC&W Sqd...July 62/63 My first assignment as a radar operator after Keesler. We were TOLD that AC&W stood for aircraft control & warning..nope! always cleaning and waxing! Anyone one else remember the Russian flyover and Alice our cat that had her kittens forward told to NORAD?! Experience at King made the transition to the EC121s easier, great bunch of guys and you have a great site here for us ole war dogs thanks


12/24/1999 00:00:00

Name: Jim Mills
Email: NO1MK3 AT AOL.com

Merry Christmas, everyone! I was just reflecting on the lonely Christmas Eve I spent in 1973, on swingshift duty in the 27 Tower. I guess we all ought to stop and think of everyone on military duty today who will likewise be lonely. And lets pray for peace and goodwill to all, indeed. Happy holidays !


12/24/1999 00:00:00

Name: Michael R. Betzer
Email: CTR AT AS.NET

Found your site through link with SAGE website. One of the big disappointments in my Air Force career was not serving in Air Defense Command. I did spend three weeks TDY at Tyndall AFB. Then I KNEW I missed out on a good assignment. Outstanding website! Thanks for the link to to the Nike sites in LA area. I will be back!


12/24/1999 00:00:00

Name: EDWARD BAUD
Email: INDRIN AT JUNO.COM

962nd CREW 69 NOV 1958 TO MAY 1961


12/23/1999 00:00:00

Name: Dale A. Penny
Email: dpenny AT prodigy.net

Thank you, this is a great site to visit.


12/23/1999 00:00:00

Name: Steve Reynolds
Email: shr AT macfar.com

Interested in history and insignia of Radar and AC&W units. I collect unit patches and would especialy like to find patches for units that were in Florida. Any and all help and advice is appriceated.


12/23/1999 00:00:00

Name: David W. Kegley
Email: dkegley AT moseslake-wa.com

Enjoyed the web page and am willing to give you information about any Sq. that I was stationed at. Thanks, Dave


12/22/1999 00:00:00

Name: Bob Thomson
Email: bob.thomson AT icn.siemens.com

What a fantastic site! Thanks for all the effort that has and continues to go into it. I was stationed at 703rd AC&W Texarkana AFS from 1956 to 1959. Our call sign was BURLY BOY. The last time I passed through there was in 1982, when the radar was being used by the FAA. I visited with one of the legends of the 703rd, Jack Chumbley, who lives in the area. Jack served there on three different tours. Looking at the photos supplied by Scott Murdock brought back some memories, as I was there when the Rec. Building was built in 58 or 59. It had a PX/snack Bar, pool tables, basketball court, and movie projector booth. I seem to remember they would not let us play basketball, for fear of ruining the floor. I have a copy of the 33rd Air Division newsletter that featured the 703rd, when the chow hall placed in the top ten Air Force wide. The Mess Sergeant was soon transferred to a more elegant assignment.


12/22/1999 00:00:00

Name: LEE SMITH
Email: LSMITH9700 AT AOL.COM

JUST PASSING THRU FOR THE SECOND TIME DURING THE PAST YEAR. 688TH AC&W 56-58


12/22/1999 00:00:00

Name: LEE SMITH
Email: LSMITH9700 AT AOL.COM

JUST PASSING THRU FOR THE SECOND TIME DURING THE PAST YEAR. 688TH AC&W 56-58 915TH AC&W 59- 687TH AC&W 61-62 756TH AW&W 62-63 DATA PROCESSING(PROGRAMMER) 63-79


12/21/1999 00:00:00

Name: Dan Howe
Email: dhowe72955 AT aol.com

Gene & all who have set up and keep this site running; you are owed a huge thanks from the Texas Tower Association. As one of the first to join that association I forward those thanks. Great site and a great service you are providing. Thanks and God bless.


12/21/1999 00:00:00

Name: Rich Julian
Email: waterismymiddlename AT prodigy.net

Radar Eval Officer with 4754 RADES between 1971 and 1972. 4754 RADES became 1954(?)RADES and now is 84 RADES. Amazingly, its still at Hill AFB. We called the 4754 RADES Radar Eval Sq. in the early 1970s. I was a Feb 70 grad of the 3041, Ground Electronics Officer course at Keesler(Maltby Hall) Learned about an FPS-20 and 93 radars at school. Original assignment for me was to be Fortuna AFS, ND until my orders out of tech school was Vandenberg AFB. YES! I partied for a LONG time! I would imagine the 84 RADES has lots of unclassified photos of former Radar Squadron sites


12/21/1999 00:00:00

Name: Donald R. Doty
Email: DAREDOTY AT webtv.net

To all of the old AC&W troops, let us stop and remember the many long and lonesome Christmas Holidays that we spent on the lonley outposts of civalization keeping our great Country free and then stop and say a prayer for the thousands of young troops that are performing the same duty for so that we are able to enjoy this Holiday Season with our loved ones. Thank you Ladies and Gentlemen and never forget that your country will be forever grateful for your performance of the duties assigned to you where ever you may be in this old world tonight. May all of you have a very MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!!!!!


12/19/1999 00:00:00

Name: Curtis Nonaka
Email: picard_j_l AT hotmail.com

Seeing pictures of the old FPS-24 at Point Arena brings back memories... also served 13 years with the guys at Mt. Kaala radar station on Oahu with the Hawaii Air National Guard.


12/19/1999 00:00:00

Name: ABNER "CHUCK" DANTO
Email: CHUCKDANT AT aol. com

WOW!! WHAT A SURPRISE I HAD IN FINDING THIS GREAT SITE I WAS ASSIGNED TO THE 772 AC&W FROM JULY 52 TO NOV.54


12/19/1999 00:00:00

Name: Thomas L. Moore "Tom"
Email: caincain2246 AT msn.com

I was stationed at Houma, La., from Oct 1960 until Jan 1963 and then went to Cape Lisburne, Al., until October 1964 and took an early out. I would love to send photos etc from both sites.657/711. Could not hook up on clicking on your names but this is great news to find out we where somewhat remembered. I get the from 60 degrees above to 40 below award when I was reassigned. Send me your email so I can add more to the stories. Thanks Tom Moore


12/18/1999 00:00:00

Name: Ted Chastain, USAF Retired
Email: TedRoC AT aol.com

Attended AC&W ASchool at Keesler 1959. service at McDill, Campion AFS, ALASKA, TAC at Pope AFB, Rockville AFS, Iceland, also instructed at AC&W Opwerator course, from 1963 and retired from USAF at Keesler in 1973. Sure glad to find this page.


12/18/1999 00:00:00

Name: JEFF JAKUBOWICZ
Email: HORATIO1960 AT CS.COM

STUMBLED INTO BROOKFIELD AFS TWO SUMMERS AGO AFTER A LOCAL OLDER GENT TOLD ME HE USED TO GO TO USO SHOWS THERE. WENT BACK LAST SUMMER (OF 1999) AND FOUND THE TOWER HAD BEEN TORN DOWN. SEE YA!


12/18/1999 00:00:00

Name: Tony Kulikowski
Email: tonyk AT enter.net

Field Engineer with Burroughs Corporation,1957 -1958. Worked on AN/FST2 and in development of Selective IFF feature. Was at the following sites,Peoria,IL, Cross City,FL, Panama City,MacDill AFB,Dauphin Island,AL @ others in Northeast USA.


12/16/1999 00:00:00

Name: Dick Toohey
Email: dick.toohey AT wpc.af.mil

Great Site. I was a SAGE Weapons Controller at Fort Lee and North Bay from Jan 1977 - Jan 1981. I always appreciated the great work the maintenance guys at the radar sites did so those radar inputs kept coming to us. Now, at last, is my chance to say thank you.


12/16/1999 00:00:00

Name: John Pounds
Email: jpounds AT angeloonline.com

Attended Scope Dope Tech. School at Keesler in the fall of 1953. Served with the 750th AC&W,Boron Ca. 1954/55. with the 669th AC&W Santa Rosa Isle. 1955/56. Tyndall AFB FL. Where we helped set up the first William Tellmeet. Then went to Kotzebue Al. 1959/60. I would like very much to hear from any old friends. John


12/16/1999 00:00:00

Name: A. J. Roberts, Jr.
Email: robbiedee AT worldnet.att.net

Member 668th Mather, AFB, CA 1959 then 602nd Freising, W. Ger and Lnagercopf, W. Ger. Sqdn # now gone from memory banks. Retired Jan 1977, Lt. Col. Still working Florida DOT, Aviation Office, ccheck the web site: www.dot.state.fl.us/aviation Cheers & Merry Christmas


12/16/1999 00:00:00

Name: CRAIG E. JUDD
Email: Craig.Judd AT pope.af.mil

Bill ! Just dropped aline from work. Im getting a few things to scan for the 786th Radar Squadron


12/16/1999 00:00:00

Name: Larry Hale
Email: Osboyz AT datastar.net or lhale

Started in Radar in fall of 74 and went throught the gamet of ACWS operations: LRR BUIC SAGE CONNIES ETC: Taught and operated and developed STEM Now in Banking what a transition??? call me 601 749 9318 or email me love to talk ScopeDope! God bless you and the USA!!!


12/16/1999 00:00:00

Name: William Fort
Email: cblmansgt AT webtv.net

I served with the 603rd AC&w Logroll In Langerkofh 1956


12/15/1999 00:00:00

Name: JEFF JAKUBOWICZ
Email: HORATIO AT CS.COM

I VISITED LOCKPORT AFS IN 1975 WHILE IN CIVIL AIR PATROL-BEEN TRYING TO DO SOME RESEARCH FOR SOME TIME. THE BASE ITSELF IS REMARKABLY INTACT--OUTSTANDING WEB SITE--ILL BE BACK THANKS --JEFF


12/13/1999 00:00:00

Name: Carl Wenberg
Email: zoombag AT mediaone.net

New EMail Address


12/12/1999 00:00:00

Name: J. R. Phares
Email: heptakis AT swbell.net

Gene My Friend! Wishing you and Dixie a joyous and blessed Holiday season.....and forthcoming new millenia. Will drop a check in the mail in the next few days for a couple of yur patches. Have a good one! J. R.


12/12/1999 00:00:00

Name: J. R. Phares
Email: heptakis AT swbell.net

Gene: I forgot to tell you. I changed my e-mail address. Was reminded when I scanned the TTA page. Thanks guy! J. R.


12/12/1999 00:00:00

Name: J. R. Phares
Email: heptakis AT swbell.net

I forgot to ask.....how much does it cost to become a member of your association?


12/12/1999 00:00:00

Name: J. R. Phares
Email: heptakis AT swbell.net

Old motormouth again. I dont know how to modify the rosters at Kirksville, Miles City or TT#2. So, Ill defer to your genius on this matter. J. R.


12/12/1999 00:00:00

Name: Walt Houghton
Email: Biplane902 AT aol.com

Nice site, just surfed in. I am doing research for Vermont Military Museum. Would anyone have a photo of St Albans AC&W Site? I am doing a display on Ethan Allen AFB and wouldnt be right not to recognize the AC&W site associated. Enjoyed reading about P MT site. Got stuck in a blizzard driving up one time on 4th of July!!Seasons greetings from another old ADC guy!


12/11/1999 00:00:00

Name: Jim Mills
Email: Jim_mills AT bbs.bellsouth.com

I am delighted with the museum. I served in the 792nd Radar Sq at N. Charleston AFS in 1973 & 74, as a radar repairman (E-4) in the FPS-27 Tower. It is most gratifying to see that the history of the role we played in national defense lives on. Thanks to all who have contributed to this website. I am still proud of my old squadron motto, Vigiles Sumus, We are vigilant.


12/11/1999 00:00:00

Name: John M. Stafford
Email: J521 AT aol.com

I served at both the 713th AC&W Sq, Bethel AFS, Alaska (2-59/4-60) and the 783rd AC&W Sq, Guthrie AFS, West Virginia (4-60/7-62. Enjoy the site, keep up the good work. Will look to see if i have any photos......


12/11/1999 00:00:00

Name: glen L. kimble
Email: ki7krham AT neark.com

Great site. I was in the USAF from Sept. 54 to July 74. I was at the 753rd in Saukt Ste Marie, Mich. From Novermber 1954 to My 1958. Then to Texas Tower 4. I left 4 in January 1960. Off to Hannah City, Illinois Radar. Then to Finland, Minn,. From June 1961 to June 1963. Then to Rockville, Ind. Then to Cape Newenham, Alaska in July 1964, Then I got out of radar and trained into weather maintenance. I went from the cape to Chanute AFB at rantoul, Ill. I then went to Travis AFB in Calf. Then in June 1967 back to Chanute for 7 level school. In July to Tinker AFB, Ok. From there to Zaragoza, Spain. Left there in December 1972 for Glasgow AFB in mont. Spent my last 18 months there. I retired in July 1974. I paid my dues. I will welcome any e-mail.


12/09/1999 00:00:00

Name: R. C. Allnutt
Email: rallnutt AT erols.com

I was reading those who were lost on Tower #4. One of those was, T/Sgt Waite. Who was my Crew Chief on Crew 4, at the 762nd, North Truro, MA. in 1951. He was a great soldier,and dedicated airman, who gave his life along with other airmen and civilian techs who were stationed on the Towers. I give my undying thanks, to all of them. Sincerely, R. C. Allnutt


12/09/1999 00:00:00

Name: George Perine
Email: Warhawkrc AT aol.com

I got to McClellan AFB 11/?/53 ASSIGNED TO THE 552ND per maint sqdn. The RC121 was a great A/C to work on. Lots of good memories of the sqdn and the area.


12/09/1999 00:00:00

Name: Sam Beasley,MSgt Ret.
Email: SamBeasle1 AT aol.com

Great site , will be back. Sundance AFS, Blaine WA,Sparrevohn AK, Kume Jima Okinawa, And 14 yrs in Radar Evaluation at Hill AFB. May have some Pics for your site.


12/08/1999 00:00:00

Name: Bob Rathoff
Email: rat37 AT aol.com

Spent 30 years as a scope dope. About half of it was airborne with 551/552AEW & AWACS. Whenever USAF could not come up with an AFSC that covered a job, they would assign scope dopes. That accounts for my tours in places like Taiwan, Berlin & Australia. Always challenging work & great people to work with. This site is absolutely super. Im sure it must be a labor of love & I appreciate your efforts.


12/07/1999 00:00:00

Name: Bob Morris
Email: bmorris117 AT aol.com

Many AC&W sites Tyndall, Morocco(735), Germany(615), Korea(607), Alaska(626)and many years at Otis and McCellan flying connies. Bob Morris Msgt Retired


12/06/1999 00:00:00

Name: Stu McFetridge
Email: SMcFetr606 AT AOL.COM

Have not been able to open any previous 1999 guestbooks since Sept??


12/06/1999 00:00:00

Name: George Perine
Email: Warhawkrc AT aol.com

Although I never worked on radar I was an A&E mech on RC121s at McClellan AFB from 11/?/53 to 3/10/57 If you are interested in any info of the 552nd AEW&C wing please let me know.


12/06/1999 00:00:00

Name: ROBERT E DUBLIN
Email: redublin AT hotmail.com

I enjoyed the pictures of my old SAGE site,it brought back a lot of memories.


12/04/1999 00:00:00

Name: Clive Beckmann
Email: cpbeckmann AT aol.com

Formerly of CONUS, Alaskan and Philippine AC&W sites, and Alaskan Dewline sites.


12/04/1999 00:00:00

Name: Bob Hankinson
Email: bob.hankinson AT bigfoot.com

I wish you well in your quest to preserve the 35 at Montauk. The letter that you reproduce contrasts with the sort of reply you would have got in the UK. Here, preservation of troublesome or non-scenic artefects would always be unsuitable. Good luck


12/03/1999 00:00:00

Name: Loney Turpin
Email: loney_turpin AT hotmail.com

Just checking back in. Gene-Tom the site keeps getting better. I am dilligently working on the GATR Story and hope to have a page for your review soon. Merry Christmas!!!!


12/03/1999 00:00:00

Name: Cecil A. Riley
Email: carsjp AT emily.net

I served USAF P Mountain Thule, Greenland in 1954-55.


12/03/1999 00:00:00

Name: Karlene Leeper
Email: karlene.leeper AT elmendorf.af.mil

Great Site! I work for the 611 ASG as a cultural resource manager for remote radar sites in Alaska. I visited a number of the sites this past summer and may be able to send some .jpg photos. I also have some questions for those of you who worked at DEW and AC&W sites in Alaska. 1) Barter Island DEW: Before the DEW started the navy and Air Force did some survey and oil exploration work at Barter Island and built an airport there. In about 1947 or 1948, the DoD members there started a school for the Eskimo children. Lloyd Robertson and Donald Berg were especially instrumental in starting this school. Donald Berg(1Lt)was the first teacher. Does anyone know anything about these gentlemen? Please call or email of you have information My phone is 907-552-5057. 2) Small radioisotopic genererators: Do any of you know if portable generators which use isotopic fuels were used at any of the radar sites in Alaska? Possible acronyms: SNAPs RTGs. 3) Cape Lisburne AC&W; Before the AC&W, there was an Eskimo settlement and possibly a trading post at Cape Lisburne, also known as Wevok or Uivaaq. I would love to know what this settlement looked like and who lived there. Please call or email if you have any information. THANKS!


12/02/1999 00:00:00

Name: Richard Read
Email: rread AT ckt.net

I continue to be amazed at the content of this web site. It is really great. I have sent it to many of my old military buddies. I know it must be a lot of work. It really brings back a lot of memories. Do you have any plans to expand overseas. I was in Misawa at a radar site, but have been unable to find much on it. Great job-thanks


12/01/1999 00:00:00

Name: WILLY BURGHER
Email: kyawacs AT aol.com

Enjoyed my tour THANKS!!!!


12/01/1999 00:00:00

Name: katrina
Email: vangieson AT

after my grandpa got out of the army & got his degree, he went to work for the USAF doing radar installations all over the place. he then retired from the FAA, at the Oakland Tracon. i used to love to watch the radar when i was little, and today im an AC&W operator in the air force. right now though im not a scope dope, i do computer stuff. this website is very interesting!


12/01/1999 00:00:00

Name: katrina vangieson
Email: katvg AT yahoo.com

oops, i did that entry wrong! avngieson is not my email! did tech school at Keesler AFB, MS; now i am at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona; 612 COSD. hoo-rah 1C5!