Radomes Guestbook V3.0
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:
Name: Richard Ross
served in the USAF 1956-1960; served 12 mos on a radar direction center. It was called Campian AF site. I was the M&I man in operations.Our call sign was Levi and my hndle was Roger Roger.
Name: Oran K Park
New E-Mail address
Name: sam garretson
I worked for Bendix Radio and was site engineer at H-2 in Iceland late 1959. I also was with Philco as an Tech-Rep at Antigo,Wi. fom 60 to 62.
Name: loyal johnson
I was stationed at A3 a radar site at LADD AFB at the back gate between the AIRFORCE AND ARMY/also I was stationed at CIRCLE HOT SPRINGS/SITE # UNKNOWN AROXIMATELY 130 MILES NORTH OF FAIRBANKS from 1953/55.
Name: Bob Fortmuller
Hey you guys out there that consider yourselves old `Scopedopes` I am one of you and I`m asking for your help. As a member of Radomes,Inc we really need to hear from all of you who spent time along the Canadian Border, from Minnesota to Washington state on the US side. Places like Finley, Havre,Finland during the formative years, 1952-1958, of the `Pinetree Line` We need pictures, documents, magazine items,any thing that mentions the `Pinetree Line` When you go to your reunions and on the internet. ask your peers for the same. Please send your info to email@example.com. if you forget check this site he`s your webmaster. Bob Fortmuller, USAF Ret 756,937,653,627,788
Name: Museum Historian
Calling all Gap-Filler Radar maintenance technicians and other knowledgeable individuals: We are attempting to pin-point all gap-filler radar sites in the CONUS. If you know the exact location, such as the name of the mountain or peak, or the directions from a reference point (town or geological feature), please let us know. Also, if you can provide additional info, such as whether or not the radar ever became operational (limited or fully), with dates, please let us know that, too. Of course, if you have pictures or maps, we would like to obtain copies of those as well. Thank you!!
Name: Alcus Fleming
I served in 725AC&W and 725Radar Squadrons, Walnut Ridge AFS,AR 1956 - 1962. During this time I was Chief Clerk in Orderly Room, Chief Clerk In C&E Office and Purchasing Clerk in AIO.
Name: Bob Caggiano
Were you at one of the following sites? If so, check this website and look for your unit number. I`ve posted unit patches to each of these AC&W and/or Radar sites: 615,626,632,639,641,655,656,667,669,671,691,702,703,705,708,714,717,744,751,752.753,754,763,770,773,778,779,780,788,792,848,858,902,922,924,932,934. If you don`t find your unit there, please register yourself(it`s free), add your unit and yourself. This is a great site, and a great way to find other veterans of all branches, & some foreign units! The website address is: http://www.militaryconnections.com Good luck and have fun searching!
Name: Ron Silvia
I served at an AC&W site in northern Japan from June 1954 to June 1956 and at Shaw AFB, S.C with the 728th AC&W SQ which was a mobile TAC outfit from July 1956 to discharge in July 1957. My AFSC was radio operator, don`t remember the exact numbers.
Name: Jack Kerr
August 19, 2000 while watching a Denver Bronco football game at private camping area club house got to talking a a guy about vacations. He said, “recently he had been to Saratoga Springs, NY.” I told him my wife was from Saratoga. He said he had been stationed there in the Air Force. His name is Bob Walters (comm center) and he was there the same time I was he was discharged in June 1961. I remembered he was from New York City (Brooklyn). I all so remembered he said that he was going home, long enough to pack up and move west and never live in the East again. That is what he did. He summers in Colorado mountains winters in Laughlin, Nevada
Name: Joe Pyrdek
LOVE THIS COLLECTION! It brought back a lot of memories of the 667th AC&W Sq., Hofn, Iceland. We were ala=ways told we were the end of the DEW line. I will have to see what I can find for pictures and the like. Incidentally, when I got my orders to go to H-3, nobody could tell me where I was going. It listed an FPO 09571 (I think) which was a Navy fleet post office. Somebody checked it out at Great Lakes and clued me in that I was going to the end of the world. (I was at Chanute AFB Illinois 2865 GEEIA Sq. when I got my orders.)
Name: John Daig
Otis AFB 1967-1969 26th ADMS
Name: Miles Martin
Tom, Your deactivation movie of Ft. Fisher brings back a lot of feelings about our closure at Montauk. There are really mixed feelings of relief of having it over and a real sadness for all the work that has gone on so long by so many to do the job we were asked to do. Thanks to you and Gene for this web site. I continue to check it and the members only Radomes site on almost a daily basis. Miles
Name: Gene Brown
Really was surprised at the information! I was a 30352 AC7W repair as well as an instructer at the AC&W course at Keesler AFB... Really enjoyed the memories the site brought back
Name: James F Riley
AFSC 30352, 1961 thru 1965, Lackland, Kessler, AFB and then Bellefontaine AFS, Ohio.
Name: Edwin(Buddy) Perryman
THANKS FOR THIS PAGE!!! I served with the 691st Radar Squadron from Jan 63 to July 66.Some the best years of my life.
Name: Jerry Swanson
Hello Buddy Perryman: I too served at the 691st. A couple of years before you. April 1959 to May 1960. Had a great time there. I was living in Ocala at the time so I was close to `home`. E-mail me if you like.
Name: RICHARD L HAWKINS
RO EC121D MC CLELLAN, MC COY & OTIS AFB
Name: Hellen Brant
Was stationed in Mont Apica 1955-56 St Hubert Quebec 1957-58 Use to talk to americans at radar sites near us it helped to past the time on night shif anyone remember me please EMail me
Name: Dick Barrett
Hi folks, just a quick note to let you know that `The Radar Pages` at http://www.radar.pages.cwc.net were updated today. This site is the only one on the net that describes the British `Linesman` system (similar idea to `SAGE`) in any detail.
Name: William A. Wiedbusach
Great site. Will pass this on to as many others I can find
Name: N.K. (Pete) Pedersen
I served at RCAF Foymount, 1962 and RCAF Sioux Lookout, Oct. 1, 1963 (when it was assumed from the USAF, to Oct. 1964. I am interested in obtaining copies of squadron crests as well as any historical information available. Thanks
Name: Ed Jestice
I served in 725th AC&W Squadron, Walnut Ridge AFS, AR 1956 - 1958 as Chief Clerk in the Orderly Room. Would like to hear from former members. Our 2nd Reunion will be 9/29 & 9/30/00 at Walnut Ridge, AR.
Name: Carl Wenberg
Anyone out there know what the callsign for the 667th Langanese Iceland was 1959 era?
It`s been surprising to find how many of you remembered and enjoyed SOS! To any who still want the recipes - I have 28 recipes that I will send to any who want them. Never had a better winter breakfast!
Name: Hank Ickes
I was one of the `White Alice` civilians assigned to the Cold Bay station (with the 714th. AC&W Sq.), from March of 1974 to July, 1976. Is there anyone else from that location and time period available out there? luv, Hank