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: Jim Mills
Greetings to all. Just checking in - - I continue to be impressed with the web site and am proud to be a member of Radomes, Inc. I would love to hear from any of my old buddies from the 792nd in North Charleston - - 1973 & 74. Happy Fourth of July, everyone.
Name: Terry Wilkinson
I was stationed at Cape Lisburne 1971-1972
Name: Bob Fish
A friend just passed your museum site address to me the other day-- brings back some old memories. I started my Air Force career as a young 2nd Lt (Interceptor Director back then, later referred as Air Weapons Controller) at Duluth IAP in the SAGE blockhouse; served under the 23 & 29th air division banners during two separate tours. I`ll be back again to visit and will dig around in some old boxes to see what treasures that I might find. Have you seen the book, entitled `The System Builders, the Story of SDC` by Claude Baum, 1981? It`s a chronicle of the builders of America`s first large scale computer based information system -- aka SAGE. Has a section of stories & photos related to SAGE development and a bit about BUIC. Best Regards
Name: Fred Teeter, Jr.
Larry Wilson recommended you. Good site!
Name: Earl Adams, Jr.
Aug 1962 - Sep 1964 SAGE, 4642 Support Sq. Malmstrom, SAGE Comm Center. Feb 1973 - Jul 1973, Det 1, 1985th Comm Gp. Space Track Comm Center, Ko Kha AS, Thailand. Dec 1974 - Dec 1975, 667th ACW Sq. H-3, Hofn, Iceland, Comm Center. Would like to contact anyone from the above outfits who knew me then.
Name: John P. Kaniaupio
Great site. Sure brings back memories. Was at Gettysburg/903rd 1956 to 1958, then at Beausejour/916th 1958 to 1960. Saw alot of familiar names. Keep up the great work. Aloha JK.
Name: Jim Hewett, CMSgt, Ret
Thanks for a site where we can regain contact with friends who were so close for many years.
Name: Douglas Daniel
My father, the late Lt. Col. Harold E. Daniel, was stationed at Fortuna from Sept. 1958 to Sept. 1961. He was the Operation Officer and later Station Commander. One of the call signs used during that period was `Palace`. As a family it was a great experience and have many fond memories. We also have numerous photos of the base, etc. Would like to communicate with anyone who was stationed there during the same time frame.
Name: Jay Phillips CMSgt, USAF, Retired
A wonderful site. I always enjoy returning to check out whats new. Speaking of whats new, please visit my page at: www.geocities.com/capecanaveral/station/4144/index.html
Name: Woodrow Huffor
Thanks for the great site.My first assignment was Resolution Is. NWT on the pinetree line.56-57.Then the 779th Opeim Mt. 57-58, Miles City Mt 902AC@W.till Aug.59.Great pics first iv seen in over 40 years, good luck on the site, great job....
Hello fellow 276s/1C5s. I`d like to hear from anyone stationed with the Fuzzy-7 system at Ft. Fisher AFS, NC.
Name: R.S. KRAJCSIK
Stationed at the 745th ACW Sqdn , Duncanville, TX from 1954 thru 1957 call sign at that time was Utah, 33rd Air Div, Hdq at Tinker AFB, OK..former S/Sgt....you have an interesting site, brings back memories...RSK
Name: Don Cantrell
Thanks for the memories. Started in the 21st AD McGuier AFb in 1965. Made side trips to 619th TCS in 67/68, Topsham AFS Me 68/69, 26AD Luke AFB 69/70, 620th TCS 70/71, 21st AD Hancock Field NY 71/73, Lake Charles AFS La 73/78, 603rd TCS Sembach Ge. 78/82 Retired in 82. All my time in AF spent as an ACWT Operator. Loved it. Would love to hear from anyone who might know me.
Name: Gene Vitikacs
This is a great site guys. Keep up the good work...
Name: G.Robert Fritscher Sr.
I was a member of ADC 66-70. With 619thTCS Tan Son Nhut RVN 67-68, Retired USArmy 1988. With 777th, 751st & 750th AC&W Radar Squadrons
Name: Dorothy Schweitzer
A very interesting and educational site keep up the good work.
Name: Ray Walker
I had entered a request here for any information anyone had on the author of a book and film script called, `Wake me When It`s Over`, but I gave you the wrong name. It was HOWARD SINGER. He had lived in Bloomfield NJ. and had served on Kume Shima. Thanks, Ray Walker
Name: Tony Sabetti
848 Wallace AS 84-85, 88-89 701 Ft Fisher AS 86-88
Name: Doug Sylfest
No one but AC&W radar maintence men will ever understand, keeping the radars up. How hard it was sometimes and the long days. But! The Bears knew they could not get through. Doug Sylfest
Name: Jerry Roberts
I was stationed at Snow Mountain AFS back in the mid-1960`s in the 784th Radar Squadron. I worked in AN/FST-2B Maintenance (30551). I am presently desperately trying to find an official course description for the tech school (30531B) I attended at Keesler AFB, in order to convert some of my efforts into college credits. Can anyone out there put me in touch with the right people to contact in order get this info. Thanks a million. Jerry
Name: GARY W. MCNALLY
....anyone out there? 23rd NORAD, 744 AC&W, 601st TCS. 1-317-784-7147
Name: Larry Waits MSgt Ret
5/5 WEBSITE. WAS A 291X0 (COMM) AT 762AC&W NORTH TRURO (57-59) 52ND ABG SUFFOLK COUNTY AFB NY (62-64) AND MOADS GUNTER (65-69). ALL OTHER TIMES WERE IN AFCS AND TWO TOURS AT LACKLAND AS A TI. MARRIED GIRL FROM PROVINCETOWN AND STILL MANAGE TO GET BACK TO THE SITE AT NORTH TRURO IN THE FALL. SITE LOOKS PRETTY MUCH THE SAME EXCEPT FOR THE RUNDOWN APPEARANCE. WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE THAT WAS STATIONED WITH ME ALONG THE LINE. THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES.
Name: Gary Jacobs
An early Father`s Day gift ... a nice casual shirt adorned with an NFL team logo on the chest. A nice thought, but the team was not a particular favorite of mine, a once-great franchise untroubled by success in recent years. The logo`s size reminded me of that Radomes patch. Turns out the patch nicely covers the logo. Sewn on, a nice shirt, a great patch and a happy Father`s Day.
Name: Dan Sibbet
Loved this site!!! I was at the 778th Radar Sqd; the 615th at Birkenfeld; the 86th AD and 615th Det at Kindsbach, and the 619th in RVN. Now I live very close to the old Manassas AFS site in Virgina.
Name: JIM O-DANIELL
TRYING TO CONTACT JOHN F. ENLEY, CMSGT RET.
Name: Bob Godsey
Looking for Ken Stiles, Commander 761st Radar Squadron, North Bend, OR.
Name: Ray Walker
Looking for any info on Howard Miller, who wrote the book and screen play, `Wake Me Up When It`s Over` while serving at a radar station on Kume Shima,off Okinawa. Film stared Ernie Kovacs, Jack Warden and possibly Don Knotts. The 623rd AC&W Assoc. would like to honor Mr. Miller at our Sept.2000 reunion. Any information on Miller or the film would be appreciated.