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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Name: Jim Baker
First assignment after school was to 681st AC&W at Cut Bank, Montana 1959. Then on to Hq. 65th Air Div, Torrejon AB< Madrid and finally, 688th AC&W in Amarillo, Texas 62-63 and was discharged from there. Anyone remember? Lets talk.
Name: Rick A Daughety
My father, Jack Daughety served at the Miles City AFB around 56 - 58. He died on 11/07/60 of a virus. It would be great to talk with anyone who knew him.
Name: Dennis Palsgrove
Served as A2nd, radar operater year 1966, 727th Saglek Lab
Name: al davenport
i was stationed at Campion radar site in 1960-1961. Hated it. Got screwed out of a promotion so i kissed the USAF good bye.
Name: Liz Jacobsen
Thank you for creating this site. I'm just looking for information about my cousin Harry Jacobsen, who was in the U.S. Air Force and, at some time, stationed in Greenland, I believe. Harry died in 1995.
Repeat of a small puzzle: A while back a friend and member asked, "Why are all the radar sites' base housing units in a multiple of ( (9, 18,27, etc.)? OK, two questions, first are they ALL in multiples of 9? Second what's the reason or rationale?
A fellow 786th AC&W/RADS veteran, and Past Commander of my American Legion Post 283 here in Ohio passed away from COVID. Jim was at the 786th near the end of its operation in the late 70s. RIP Jim.
Name: John Tianen
Sherwood Benton Jr. (Jo-Jo) was a 1Lt assigned to Bellefontaine AFS in the mid 1950's. He later became a dentist in Tucson, AZ. He passed away on December 20, 2020 in Mansfield, OH.
Name: Lanny Tonning
Just ran across this site. Have pics from various sites. Trained at Tyndall. More at Shaw. 620th TCS Det. 1&2. Instructed at Elgin and worked on stepped waveguide testing at Aux. Field 9....finished USAF time at Cannon.
Name: Gene McManus
For the second year in a row, the Radomes Bowl Is back again. Clemson (Tom) and Ohio State (Gene) back to butt heads once more in an "all the marbles" rematch.