|Perm ID||Sage ID||JSS ID||Unit||Location||Early
|TM-199||Z-199||609||Eufaula AFS, AL||FPS-24; FPS-90; FPS-26A||FPS-24; FPS-90; FPS-26A||early 1959||08-Sep-68||FPS-24 and FPS-26 at this site were the prototypes; FPS-26A later modified to show FSS-7 feasibilty. Reportedly, site closed when FPS-24 suffered a bearing failure.|
|TM-199A||Davenport, AL||Gap-Filler Annex. Building is still extant. Reportedly, never became operational.|
|TM-199B||Z-199B / Z-200B||Bridgeboro, GA||FPS-18||Oct-59||05-Jun-70||Gap-Filler Annex. Both building and radar tower are still extant. Site designation changed from Z-199B to Z-200B when Eufaula AFS, AL (Z-199) closed in 1968; the Bridgeboro GFA transferred administratively to Cross City AFS, FL (Z-200). According to the 1955 CONAD History document, site TM-200B was planned to be at/near Lake City, FL (with an FPS-14).|
Current Use: Eufaula Youth Center at present. However, according to a recent news release (2-1-2005), the Eufaula Youth Center will close by the end of September 2005 ''due to much-needed renovations at the facility...''.
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