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: John Tianen
I write technical training material that often contains photos and other information that is protected by copyright. I have to identify this material to the publisher as belonging to somebody else. The publisher has a full-time department that does nothing else but obtain written permission to use materials and photos that belong to others. My client is always happy when I provide them materials generated by a government entity as these "public domain" materials can be used freely with little or no permission. Obtaining permission to use materials that have a copyright can be costly and time consuming in some cases.
Name: Tom Page
John Tianen, I agree with your understanding of government images being in the public domain. As you stated, our tax dollars paid for them.
Name: TSgt. Byron Peck (Ret)
Det. 1, 320 BW SAC (SPS)
Name: John Tianen
Regarding rights to patches...
Harland - we copyright all the images on this web site to help to keep our work from being used in some commercial site. Unless otherwise noted on or about an image, we own the rights to it. We do have some images that are copyrighted by others, and used with permission.
Name: Harland Schultz
How owns the rights to the patches?
Name: Steve Weatherly
Dan Iverson of the 689th Mt Hebo AFS. I know your out there. Sign in please and pass along coments.
Name: Karlene Leeper
There are a number of documents (hopefully, a small number) on the museum web site which are converted from Microsoft Word documents. Frankly, they're a mess, and the new software does not handle them correctly - so they show up as a mess. I'm working on a solution, and hope to have this corrected in the near future. One such document, for example, is the site map for the Lashup site at Portland AFB, OR.