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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:
Name: Ed Steele
Wow! What a great website! It brings back many font memories of military service in the '60's. Keep up the good work.
Name: Mike Biersach
I was stationed with the 616th AC&W on the Wasserkuppe, Germany from 1968 to 1971. I was just a kid and I have many fond memories of work and play at the "Kuppe". The most memorable is the Gross Flugtag in 1970. Niel Armstrong was there as guest for opening of the Segelflugmuseum. As Armstrong was driven off in a jeep, I was in the road and it stopped and I was able to shake hands with the first man on the moon. However, none of my photos tuned out well.
Name: Don Kulisky
I was a civilian at Indian Mt. 4/1964 to 9/1964. I spent most of my time at bottom camp and a little time at top camp. I came there with friend Dick Coffey.
Name: Mark Johanson
I was stationed at 634 AC&W SQDN, Burns AFS,Oregon from 1962 to 1964. I was a 30454 (Ground radio maint.), A1C at the time. I attended an RCA factory school for the AN/GK
Name: Neil (Couch) Hays
I was a radar operator from 1956 to 1960. I was stationed at McClellan AFB,
Name: Bill Bailey
My father, Bill Bailey, was an Air Force radar operator from 1959 to 1963. His assignments were Lake City TN, somewhere in New Jersey, Savannah GA, and Gunter AFS. I would like to talk with anyone who knew him.
Name: Phil Eisel
Just found this great site. As a young E-2 radio operator (29350)I was stationed in Tripoli and Benghazi Libya from 1959-61 (633rd ACW Sq and Det 3 633rd Benghazi). I was also a DJ/radio announcer on Wheelus Armed Forces radio (weekends).
Name: Wally Barber
I was a radar oper. from June 1953 till Dec 1956 Stationed at Galena 2 Alaska ,Utopia mt Alaska from there a short time at 758 Neah Bay Wa endind up at North Bend Oreg 761st as a radar crew chief
Name: Mike Gordon
This site is comprehensive - you guys have done a great job.
Name: Herk Randall
I was in the 1837th E&I sq. That was after they stopped using GEEIA. If you remember it stood for Girls Enjoy Every Inch Available.
Name: thomas meehan
Am an old 2870th GEEIA troop,Hill AFB,Utah 1964-1968,and your site brings back many memories. spent many TDY days and nights working at AC/W sites from Montana to Idaho,Oregon,Washington,Hawaii,P.I.and Thailand. I have an original squadron patch that i can take a picture of and upload to your site if you would like to add it to your extensive collection.let me know where to send it. GREAT site keep up the good work. Tom Meehan 04/06/09
Name: Carl A. Lindberg, Jr.
Thank you for a trip down memory lane! Towards the end of his USAF career, Dad (Carl A. Lindberg, Sr.) was stationed at four AC&W stations:
Name: Mike Sowles
I really enjoyed your website. I really like the photos of the radar sites.