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: Steve Weatherly
As Lowell Woodworth recently indicated, the Radomes guestbook is one of the ways to check-in to read and reminisce about our radar experiences. Added to this will be the forthcoming availability in May of our book "Peacekeepers". Our book will make our stories available to an even wider audience and many without any, or just a passing knowledge of USAF radar stations and systems. I encourage everyone to get the word out about "Peacekeepers" and generate a large demand for copies.
Name: Lowell Woodworth
Thanks Gene for getting the guestbook up and running again. One of the things I do each morning it check-in to read and reminisce/
Name: Howard Guthrie
I spent 10 years at Keesler, 7 teaching and 3 in training, 3 level, 7level and 9 level AC&W. Then on to germany, iceland, taiwan, watertown, wadena and gibbsboro ending up at mather afb, ca as a 1st shirt.
Sorry about the guestbook problems. I have been using a piece of software that has apparently had the database setup change on me, and it quit working. Should be OK now. Gene
Name: John Tianen
I'm glad to see that the guestbook is back. I missed it.
We've had a spate of problems with the web server. It was down most of the day yesterday. Hopefully the problem has been permanently fixed.