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: George R Bores
I was stationed at Antigo AFS, Wisconsin, home of the 676 Radar Squadron, callsign `Z-19`, a SAGE long range radar sight that reported to the 23rd Air Division in Duluth MN. I served there from 1973 until it was de-activated in 1977. I look forward to joining your organization.
Name: Sam Shankle
Read your write up on Texas Tower 2 Tower Topics 5 Feb. Page 1. It brought back many memories. Most of my radio work with TT2 was on MARS frequencies. My call at that time was W1GOO and AF1GOO Present call is WA6JAO. Thanks!
Name: Lowell Massett
If anyone cares, I`m still alive and kicking in Fla. I am trying to find my good buddy that retired from 4754 radar eval about Apr 75. His name is Edward H. Boyd, TSGT. TIA `lou`
Name: Harry Vick
Stationed with the 744th AC&W on Murphy Dome, Alaska from Jan. 57 to Dec. 57 as Radio Operator. Looking to hear from others who were there during that time.
Name: Chuck Sunder
Greetings, I was at the 719th AC&W sq in Sparrevohn Alaska from Jan 55 to Jan 56. Always looking for anyone who was there around that period. Here are a couple web pages I made up. One is a bunch of pictures from Sparrevohn in 1955. The other one is a magazine published at Elmendorf AFB in 1955. They are slow loading so be patient. http://members.tcq.net/chuck/alaskapix.html http://members.tcq.net/chuck/alaska.html Chuck Sunder
Name: Dick Cox
773ACWRON 1950-54, 606AC&W Korea 1954-56, 859ACWRON 1956-1960, FAA 1960-1987.
Name: Calvin S. Morris Sr.
Would like to see more recent pictures of the 756th Radar Sq., Finland AFS, Minn also any historic photos.
Name: Gwen Herman
I`m trying to find information about Wesley Ruohonen, USAF, who served on the Dewline in the late 50`s/early 60`s (Greenland). At least, this is what I remember him telling me -- he`s the ex-husband of my sister, who is now deceased.
Name: Jack Kerr
Just looked at data for Bedford AFS, VA In 1970 when at Klamath AFS, CA, I was told we had the second smallest comissary in the USAF. Bedford had 4 square feetr less than Klamath making Bedford the smallest. Those were the days.
Name: Earl Bender
I am trying to contact radar repairmen, technicians, and operators who served as military or civilian personnel at any time between 1958 and 1983. These radar were deployed throughout the U.S., NATO countries, Korea and around the globe. I would like to find people who worked on these systems because I am investigating whether or not people working on these radars were exposed to radiation emitted by this equipment. I am informed that radar systems using technologies including magnetron, klystron and thyratron components are more likely to emit this kind of radiation. I would like to hear from anyone who worked in and around such equipment or who can put me in touch with other people from all branches of the service who might have information regarding potential exposure to radiation produced by these radar systems. Please e-mail me at
Name: nick nicastro
Stationed at Murphy Dome 744 ACW 1969 assigned with the 1930 Det 3 communications (AFCS) out of Elmendorf AFB AK. Enjoyed my tour at the site and am glad to see this site,looking foward to searching thru all the info available.
Name: John Breidford
Does anyone know the whereabouts of James R (Jim) Cory? Was stationed at the 637th, Othello 56 and 57 married an Othello girl. He was A/3C, Mail clerk
Name: Caswell Haskell
To Tom Steeves, I`ve been trying to e-mail you about the 610th ACWRON but it appears there is something wrong with the address. Regards,Cas Haskell
Name: Dennis Wiese, USAF, (RET)
303x2 TOURS AT 692 BAUDETTE MN, 922 CARTWRIGHT LAB, 775 CAMBRIA CA, 717 TATALINA AK, 756 FINLAND MN, 23RD AIR DIV DULUTH MN. GREAT SITE. BRINGS BACK MANY GOOD AND BAD MEMORIES. CHEERS TO ALL I`VE MET ALONG THE WAY
Name: William "Fitz" Fitzgerald
First time on the page...very interesting. Fitz
Name: Jim Cammarano
For Lyle Westman and anyone from the 780th Fortuna ND. Looking forward to getting back together with the Modern Countrymen.
Name: Joe Greenberg
I was stationed at the 745th AC&W, (always cleaning and waxing) squadron 31st air division (manual)at Perring Air Force Base from 1966-1968; Fort Yukon Alaska radar site forn 1968-1969 and 32nd air division at Gunter AFB Montgomery Alabama. Gave a buuble check in Alaska that broke windows and fought a forest fire that burn 580,000 acres. Many many fuuny stories from Alaska.
Name: william chilton
I like the site. I am a member of your site.
Name: Jim Masingill
Name: Brent Loschen
Looking for anyone who was stationed at the 679th RS in Jacksonville, FL between 1973 and 1976.
Name: L. A. Buck Braun usaf ret/faa ret
I was at Lincoln Lab from 1954 to 1961 and the in Alaska after that and was at all 13 AC&W sites here. went with FAA in 1975,retired in 1999 as an ET
Name: william (bill) hanson Msgt Ret
was at indian mtn 708th ac&w sq july70-71
Name: Miles Martin
Because it was late in the month of Feb, you may have missed the excellent message left by the last man off the Texas Tower that collaped. Please go read what he has to say. It is real history and available only on this site. Good work Gene/Tom and others!!
Name: George Charovano
Hi Guys, what a wonderful site to visit.So many great memories. Started out at Sampson AFB March 1,1954. Keesler in June to Aug. 54 AC&W Tech.School. Then on to the 758th AC&W Sqdn. Neah Bay. Wa. from Aug. 1954 to Apr. 1956. Later known as Makah AFS. Then to 719th AC&W Sqdn, Sparrevohn, Alaska from Apr.1956 to Apr. 1957. On to the first SAGE school at Hanscom Field, Mass. Early out and re-upped in June 1958, sent to Truax Field, Madison, Wi. Discharged 1962. Stayed out 17 years and inlisted in the Wi. ANG and retired in Sept. 1991. Looking for anyone who may have known me or was stationed at any of those places when I was there.Revisited 758th in 1997. Brought back many memories and some tears. Found a couple of guys from 758th. None from 719th yet. Come on guys, drop me a line. Anxious to hear from you. Gene & Tom,-----Great work.
GOOD SITE...CONGRATULATIONS I`M FROM COLOMBIA, AND I WANT PHOTOS ON MY E-MAIL OF HE TPS-7O AND CONTROL CENTERS. THANK YOU
Name: edward sidorski
Ive been reading about the SCR 270 radar set with interest, becuase I was a radar maintnance man on the SCR 270 from 1942 to 1944 at Kettle Cape and Nikolski one Umnak island and one day I was sent from Alaska to Drew Field Fl for a Radar survey course and the only thing I remember is seeing the SCR 270 antenna outside of a building so I asked what are they doing in there and I was told that the signal corp was trying to bounce radar signals off of the moon and that was in 1943. Oh yeah I did see a B25 Mitchell bomber with a 75mm cannon at that field and the joke was that when they fired that cannon it would fly backward.
Name: Jerry Massey
Thanks for a great site. I spent some time in early 1958 at Oklahoma City AFS. Also McCord Sage Bldg in 62 - 64. Sparrvaugh AFS Alaska in 75. (remember Chuck the Chinken, our reporter for weather to AFRN).
Name: Larry Clare
A reminder that there is a reunion for the 637th AC&W sq. coming up in July. Contact me for details. email@example.com