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:
There's a complete re-write required for the "Search the museum" function. It has temporarily been disabled pending a complete redesign.
Name: Tom Page
Historical question: Do any of you radar vets know why the Moyie Springs (Idaho) Gap-Filler Annex included a pair of reflector screens mounted on the ground? Both screens appeared to be flat like billboards. One screen was next to the GFA radar building, and pointed southwest. The other was 1.1 miles away, to the north and at the mountain's higher point, and pointed south (or maybe north?). Were these microwave data links, or something else? Thanks.
Name: Tom Page
My PC also autonomously updated to IE 11. IE 8 worked great, but all "upgrades" since then have been crap. I now use Google Chrome exclusively, and it works great.
Name: David E. Casteel
Gene, I believe the problem is related to IE11. My computer automatically updated from IE10 to IE11 a couple of weeks ago and a lot of things don't work right any more. Besides the pictures problem, clicking on links in e-mail doesn't work, either. I am using SlimBrowser as my "default" browser right now, just so links will work.
Name: Howard Phillips
IN 1938 MY FAMILY MOVED FROM THE COUNTRY-SIDE TO THE TOWN OF SEDALIA MO. OUR NEIGHBORS WERE THE FAMILY OF GEORGE A WHITEMAN (THE FIRST FATALITY OF WW-II). GEORGE WAS KILLED WHEN ATTEMPTING TO BECOME AIRBORNE IN HIS P-40 WHILE UNDER ATTACK AT PEARL HARBOR ON 7 DEC 1941. ONE OF GEORGE;S BROTHERS- MARSHAL- WAS KILLED IN COMBAT IN KOREA IN 1953. BY 1946 MY FAMILY HAD MOVED TO THE KNOB NOSTER MO AREA (PRESENT-DAY WHITEMAN AFB) AND FROM KNOB NOSTER I ENTERED THE ARMY AIR FORCE IN AUTUMN 1946 HOWARD
Name: Donald Jewell
I was stationed at the 937th ACW Squadron Homer Alaska from 11/60/12/61. would like to hear from anyone that was also stationed there.
I have been able to contact Bob Kendig, and we're working on a solution. Fertile80.com has been taken down due to cost considerations, so much of the "Operations" info on the museum has been temporarily (I hope) removed since the links are "dead". Hope to have a solution soon.
Name: Jack Alley
I was stationed at Hofn H-3, April 1969-70, I was the orderly room clerk (A1C) for Major Mussman...my roommate was Russ Freeo, and I remember Lt William Dangoia..I am in a dispute with the VA, about receiving my medical benefits. Just wanting verification that I was stationed there..Have Photos.
Looking for Bob Kendig. Bob, HELP!