Online Air Defense Radar Museum Guestbook

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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.

Please consider joining our new radar museum organization, The Air Force Radar Museum Association, Inc. AFRMA is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit Ohio Corporation. Our sole purpose is the creation and support of the National Air Defense Radar Museum at Bellefontaine, Ohio. Please visit our home page to join or donate to this cause. AFRMA, Inc. - The Air Force Radar Museum Association, Inc.. Follow the "Memberships" link on the AFRMA home page.

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06/28/2014 15:24:03

Name: JimEyles
Email: jime AT

Gene, best wishes for a speedy recovery. Hope all goes well and we will see you soon.

06/27/2014 21:12:36

Name: rocky green
Email: rockygreen50 AT

been @634th and 821st radron..

06/21/2014 23:57:59

Name: Jerry Sitzlar
Email: jasitzlar AT

Been away for awhile but still above ground. Moved from Virginia to Tennessee after retiring from the DEA. Trying to catch up with the latest happenings here.

Jerry Sitzlar, MSgt USAF Ret
Always a "Fuzzy" troop

06/17/2014 17:07:33

Name: Steve Weatherly
Email: lweatherly4 AT

US Forest Service - Mt. Hebo AFS Recognition Ceremony

The Siuslaw National Forest will be unveiling the newly developed Mt. Hebo AFS interpretive panel on August 8th at Mt. Hebo. The forest plans to recognize those servicemen that were stationed at Mt. Hebo AFS, and the important national security mission that they fulfilled.

As a former member of the 689th Radar Squadron I appreciate this recognition by the Forest Service. I have been back to Mt Hebo and saw the empty and quiet radar station in 1982, and then in 2010 at a reunion when only empty spaces remained. Better this end than rusted metal and debris. This panel will help fill the void for those of us who were stationed there, but where nothing now remains.

The Forest Service is expected to locate the interpretive panel on the mountain and nearby the main operating location of Mt Hebo AFS. This panel includes a narrative about the radar station, a timeline of major events, and photos to include the FPS-24 search radar tower with its huge radome and the much smaller FPS-90 height finder radar and radome.

The Forest Service has also indicated that depending on how many people plan on attending, they could also reserve a van(s) to shuttle folks from the Hebo Ranger Station to Mt. Hebo. There will be a press release developed in the next month or so that he will also send along.

Steve Weatherly
Mt Hebo AFS 65-67
radar maintenance +

06/14/2014 16:55:24

Name: Hugh Harris
Email: hharris1225 AT

You guys are doing A great Job. Hugh

06/13/2014 20:39:12

Name: Matt Boyle
Email: coolrodder AT

I was stationed at Highlands NJ in 1968. I was on the FUIF maintenance team. I was transferred to the Lumberton base to work on the maintenance team in late 68. In 69 I was transferred to Orangeburg NY and was the team leader until I got out in Sept 70. I enjoy looking at your site and. I may have a couple photos of the Highlands barracks. If I can find them I will contact you.

06/09/2014 09:13:43

Name: Jac Kerr
Email: jackr_ker AT

This guy age 65+
Kurt V. Feazel
4404 Blossom St
Houston, TX 77007-5535
ph 713-869-2442 or 713-869-2024

To many Mike Inman need more info.

06/08/2014 23:36:33

Name: Dave Acre
Email: crnp AT

Was trying to locate/contact two Weapons Controllers from Det 2, 623rd AC & W Squadron, Kume Jima AS Okinawa. Capts Mike Inman and Kurt Feazel were my additional duty SP Commanders. Priod was 1972-73. Any help will be greatly appreciated. David B. Acre, MSgt(Ret) USAF SP

06/07/2014 09:44:12

Name: George A. Bisson S/Sgt Army retired
Email: geobis66 AT

I spent 12 yrs with A.F.54-66.was with 28thADC HAMILTON,A.F.B.777thAC&W Klamath,Ca.613th Det 33 Apo 919 Japan,Det 42,Japan,Shaw A.F.B.S.C.25thADC McChord AFB,Hickham AFB HI,694th AC&W Lewistown,MT,902AC&W Miles City,MT,1933rd Comm Sqdn,ErnestHarmon AFB,Newfoundland,then joined N.H natgrd,retired S/Sgt E-6 1986,now living in Largo,Fl.came from Concord,N.H.

06/01/2014 11:33:02

Name: Tom Page
Email: historian AT

To our friends & allies north of the border, happy Canadian Forces Day! Thank you for serving in Canada's armed forces and for your role in defending North America.