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: Don Higgins
Looking for anyone in Radar Maintenance, 1952-1955, Port Austin, MI, Sparevohn, Alaska, Denison, TX. Drop a note.
Name: tom santarlas
forgot to leave my e mail address.
Name: Scott Witte
Looking for Tyndall history! Do you have information on DumDum, Sunshine, Sideshow, Cleverway, Cypress, Dunmore, Oakgrove, Wetstone?? Please email me the historical information you have on those callsigns! Also, looking for scanned pictures of buildings 837 and 432 at Tyndall. Also, what were the IWS callsigns for the permanent party>?
Name: Stephen Luttrell
823rd Radar Squadron Mica Peak Wa. 1974-1976
Name: Gino Duncan
Name: Don Wilson Terrell
I came by this site from a friend, Bill Wykes, and I am so glad he shared it with me.It is awsome.!!I was stationed at the 637th Radron Squadron out of Othello, Washington from Mar 1963 to April 1965.Would Love to hear from others stationed there at the same time. Looking for Bill Simmons from supply AKA = Little Joe Cartwright From Hoss My nick while stationed there. *LOL*
Stationed at Northeast Cape/Alaska from 64 to 65. Have beer mug with emblem of 712th AC&W Squadron. If you want a copy let me know
Name: Steve Kapp
I was stationed at Jacksonville AFS, 679th RADS, in 1976 to 1978. At that time I worked at the GATR site as a ground radio repairman. I just retired from the USAF in August of 2000.
Name: Jerry Zettler
Have a new email address
Name: Janet Webb
I am the sister of David Kyle Parker who was on `Old Shakey` durning hur. Donna and died 15 Jan 1961 when it went down. He was one of the 14 Airmen on the Tower. When he came home after Donna, he told us about the experience. It is so fresh in my memory as if it was yesterday. He was 22.
Name: Duncan, E. N.
Great site! I am very impressed. One note about call signs. 798 AC&W had the call sign of `Prevail` BEFORE it was changed to `Agony.`
Name: Vic Francoeur
Looking for anyone who ever served at the 798th ACWRON Radar (Turkey Hill) from 1951-1968. Check out Unit Reunions for more info. This is a great service to those former Scope Dopes and Radio folks and all the support folks who were asssigned to these sites during their Air Force careers.
Name: Gerry Ceccarini
I have worked for the FAA for about 40 years now. I have been primarily involved with ATC radars mostly longrange. I started at FT. Heath, Winthrop, Ma. back in 1961. At that time it was a typical AC and W site. It was joint use FAA/Air Force. Presently I am a Radar technical evaluator. We have two joint use sites in New England. Bucks Harbor and N. Truro. I inspect these facilities jointly with the air force every three years. I have some tidbits I could contribute to the group if you would like. I just inspected a joint use facility in Ft. Green, Fla. This site was originally located at Ft Lonesome,which is now closed. I find this web site very interesting as I have been involved with the air force for many years. Tnx
Name: Melinda (Day) VanDyne
Just an old Air Force brat surfin` the web..this is great!...Daddy was stationed in Cape Charles, Port Austin, North Bay Ont, Hancock Field, and Tyndall...he was James Day...Daddy died while still on active duty in `79 at Tyndall...would love to hear from anyone who knew him...thanks, Melinda
Name: Larry D. Wallace, MSgt, USAF, Ret.
Really enjoy the site. Thanks for all the hard work. I try to spread the word about it to anyone who may have an interest. Keep up the super job!
Name: Gene McDaniel
Just discovered this site, great. Anybody in Radar ops on P Mtn in `55/`56
Name: FRANK KUBA
Pleased that this site exist! My life long employment was from the begging thru seeing the end of the cold war. Brings back many good memories, and a lot of long lost friends.
Name: D. Durwood Tirbeville
new email is email@example.com
Name: B. Durwood Turbeville
Got it right this time.
Name: B. Durwood Turbeville
See BIO at aug 2000
Name: Wendell J. Wilson
Enjoyed my visit. Stationed at Finley AFS, Rockville AFS, and Klamath AFS in 1960`s and 1970`s. Always wondered what the statue of these sites were after I moved on. Thanks!
Name: James Wyrick
760 AC&W 01/55-05/57,735AC&W 06/57-06/58
Name: Rowen(RUDY) Rutherford
AND I WAS THERE-`60 WALKER AFB,`62PUNTZI MT,`63ROCKVILLE AFS IN,`66 TONOPAH AFS NV,`68 AIKEN AFS SC, `69 HON TRE ISLAND RVN,`70 LOCKPORT AFS NY, `75 ARMISH-MAAG TEHRAN IRAN, `77 CAPE CHARLES AFS VA, `78 LANGLEY AFB VA.. PRIOR ARMY SERVICE INCLUDED NIKE SITES IN NORFOLK VA AT CHURCHLAND&DEEP CREEK `56-60.
Name: John R. Helmerson
Assigned to the 25th Air Division Radar site at McChord AFB `51-52 and to 527th AC&W, Mishima, Japan `52-53. I have recently contacted Jim Dozier of the 527th and have furnished him names of about 60 of our budddies from Mishima in the early `50s.
Name: Lee Dawson
I went thru basic at Samson AFB in NY,March 55 to Keesler in Biloxi,Miss, From there in May 55 to the 790th ACW in Kirksville Mo.Then in May of 56 to the 916th ACW in Beausejour Manitoba Canada, to my final assignment at the 792nd ACW at Charleston SC. I remeber the coldest two places I had ever been were at basic and In Manitoba. Had some great times and met some great people.
Name: larry waits
Long shot I know. Am trying to track down an old buddy. Name is Dick Schneider from Black River Falls WI. Was Radio Maint (304X0)on remote Alaska Site (don`t know which one) in 1958-1959. Anyone out there who might have known him or his whereabouts, would appreciate a call. Thnx
Name: Glenn David Kring
I was stationed at Cape Romanzoff, AFS from May 1974 to May 1975 with Det 8 1931st Communcations Squadron, in other words, I worked in the comm center. This is a GREAT site, JJ brought it to my attention and it was neat looking at pictures of where I spent one LONG, COLD year! But I will never forget the people that were there when I was and would like to know how we all ended up and where everyone is today.
Name: Rolando Rodriguez
Having been stationed at Ft. Lee AFS from 1977 through 1979, I was curious whether or not it still stood and when it was closed. Regards Rolando Rodriguez
Name: Edward J Cox
Ran the AN/FPS-27 Recievers and countermeasures as well as SIF/IFF. Charleston AFS, ME was an interesting but isolated time in my life. Will always remember the exploration of the north woods and backcountry of Maine. Hi to those who may have known me. Rd
Name: Paul Schaack
Hello all! We are looking for any individual(s) who may have been stationed in Port Moller, Alaska. Unit 714/Det.4 Site ID F-26/Det.4 We are trying to find a Sgt. Dale Poreen (Last name may be misspelled) 1959-62 Thank you so much for any help you can offer. You can reach my wife Dailey and I at (907)989-2238. Thanks again
Name: Douglas Ellsworth
Stumbled onto this site while researching som Comm-Electronics Information. This is a good idea. Radar was an important piece in the Cold War win.
Name: Bob Summitt
Cool site. 20 years ago my first assignment in the AF was Murphy Dome AFS, 744th AC&WS, Dec 80-Dec 81. ASO-AJO Course Jan 82, 6912th ESG, ESC, Berlin, GE, Feb 82-Jan 86, 552 AWACS, Tinker AFB, OK Feb 86-92, OSD JADO/JEZ JT&E Apr 92-94, Eglin AFB, Det 2 605 TS (JSTARS) Melbourne, FL Apr 94-Apr 96, SEADS (traditional guardsman), Tyndall AFB, Jul 96-Present.
Name: Lynn J. Zerull
Was assigned to 25th AD at McChord 70-71 and 630th in Houston 72-74. Have a lot of AWACS time, but suppose that doesn`t count. :)
Name: Jack R. Kerr
Ex members of 551st AEW&C, 552nd, and 553rd RECON be sure to contact Dean Boys for information on reunion June 28, 29, 30 and July 1 at Oklahoma City You can reach Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org See you there
Name: Carlos L. Figueroa, Lt Col, USAF Ret.
Great job! Excellent way to portray a proud heritage.
Name: Bob Silverio
Stationed at the 792 RADS, North Charleston AFS, from 75-77 and the 772 RADS, Gibbsboro AFS, from 82-83. Other assignments 6912 Electronic Security Group, Berlin, Germany 77-82 and 85-88; NATO AWACS, Geilenkirchen, Germany 83-85; HQ TAC, Langley AFB, VA 88-91; First Sergeant duty at Beale AFB, CA 91-94; Southeast Air Defense Sector, Tyndall AFB, FL 94-95; HQ First Air Force, Tyndall AFB, FL 95-00. Retired Apr 2000 and now working for the FAA in Washington, DC.
Great site! I was stationed at Murphy Dome from Jul 1976 to Jul 1977. I have a couple of pictures from then on my own web site at: http://jhat.com/jhatphotos/fairbanks/
Name: antone grawehr
I was stationed in Hutchinson Ks in the 793AC/W sqdn from Sept51 to March55 would like to hear from others who there
Name: Larry C. York
I was stationed at Fort Lee AFS from march 63 to august 65 when my orders sent me to the 924th AC&W Squadron in Saglek Bay, Labrador At WADS I worked in Manual Data Inputs spending at least half my time playing pinocle on the Weapons Room dias I recall a picket ship with the call sign Hatbox and a radar equipped airplane with the call sign Homey We were Sardine 19 I wish I were that young once more. Larry
Name: Woody Huffor
920th ACW Resolution Island NWT 56-57,779th ACW Opeim MT 57-58. 902nd ACW Miles city MT. 58-59. too much snow for a calif kid, got out in 59.Like to hear from anyone who went there did that. Great site thanks a lot to the guys who make it happen.......................
Name: Joseph C. Yokum,III
This is a great site!! Brings back a lot of good memories of my Air Force career.