Online Air Defense Radar Museum Guestbook

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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.

Please consider joining our new radar museum organization, The Air Force Radar Museum Association, Inc. AFRMA is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit Ohio Corporation. Our sole purpose is the creation and support of the National Air Defense Radar Museum at Bellefontaine, Ohio. Please visit our home page to join or donate to this cause. AFRMA, Inc. - The Air Force Radar Museum Association, Inc.. Follow the "Memberships" link on the AFRMA home page.



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2015

04/30/2015 02:03:59

Name: Frank Yule
Email: FrankorDonna AT gmail.com

worked as a civilan with GEEIA fron 1959 to 1974 left due RIF.


04/26/2015 21:12:30

Name: Carla Harper
Email: v22goddess AT msn.com

My Dad referred to himself as a Scope Dope for years when I asked him what he did. I wish now I had persued he until he gave me the details. He is gone now and I am hoping that this site can answer some of the broad questions I have about his early career in the ADC. I know I have seen some of the patches on his uniforms that I have seen in the pictures here and I remember him being so mad that he would have to go to a SAC base from his beloved radar stations. His name was Richard P. Harper and he served for 23 years retiring in 1975. If you knew him, please let me know and if you did not you missed out on a swell guy.


04/26/2015 00:00:00

Name: Tom Page
Email: historian AT radomes.org

A great 1961 documentary about the Aleutian DEW Line is found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1n8Z6wHXnHs


04/25/2015 00:00:00

Name: Tom Page
Email: historian AT radomes.org

See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w85HghbNLUE

Is anyone able to identify this Canadian AC&W Radar Station (1955)? Update: The consensus is that the site shown is CFS Foymount, ON (C-3).


04/17/2015 16:04:48

Name: Tom Page
Email: historian AT radomes.org

Bob Davis: Have you tried eBay? There used to be several 25th AD/NR yearbooks for sale. Good luck!


04/13/2015 23:55:36

Name: Robert ( Bob ) Davis
Email: rhdavis43 AT yahoo.com

Need to find and buy 25th Norad Region Year Book1963 I was at Naselle from 62-53


04/08/2015 05:37:10

Name: Donald l. turner
Email: drfeelgood881 AT yahoo.com

I left information on myself before but its been a long time. I served almost 3 years at Fortuna AFS,780th Radar Squadron as a radar repairman on the AN/FPS-26A height finder.(1967-1970).


04/06/2015 00:02:22

Name: john Tianen
Email: jtianen AT earthlink.net

Veterans of the 656th Radar Squadron located at Saratoga Springs, NY are raising funds to erect a historical marker near the old radar site. If you would like more information about this project or would like to make a donation, you can find more information on the 656th website http://saratogaradar.org/ Click on the link titled "656th Historic Marker"


04/05/2015 10:53:20

Name: Robert ( Bob ) Davis
Email: rhdavis43 AT yahoo.com

Naselle from 62 -63 ...let me hear from you..thanks


04/04/2015 10:56:55

Name: Tom Page
Email: historian AT radomes.org

All: We continue to be in need of vintage photos from back in the day, especially for short-lived radar stations that closed in the early 1960s, and for small installations like the gap-fillers. If you have any such photos, please let us know. Thank you. -- Tom


04/01/2015 11:09:21

Name: Val M. Johnson
Email: k9gaw AT juno.com

While stationed at Skaggs Island Jul 1960 to Aug 1961, I would visit and get a hair cut for twenty-five cents. Also bowled at the bowling alley.