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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.

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08/29/2014 23:16:08

Name: w.k.richards
Email: trailways41 AT

1960 and 1961 .... 734 ac&w , site y 3...morocco

08/15/2014 00:00:00

Name: Tom Page
Email: historian AT

Here is a link to a news story (posted August 14, 2014) about the recent commemoration ceremony at the former Mount Hebo AFS:

A couple of photos are included, including one showing the plaque.

08/11/2014 09:54:25

Name: Miles Martin
Email: mo1martin AT

I was never stationed at Mt Hebo, but have a lot of connections including a QC inspection back in the early 70's. I attended the ceremony to place the plaque on 8 August. It was good to meet Steve and Dave as well as others. There were 22 exAF people there by my count. Thanks to the Forest Service for their efforts to recognize those who served at Mt. Hebo.

08/10/2014 19:40:54

Name: Steve Weatherly
Email: lweatherly4 AT

The Siuslaw National Forest unveiled their Interpretive Panel about Mt Hebo AFS on 8 Aug 14. Former veterans from the 689th RS were present and described some of their memories about life on the mountain. For almost 30 years after this site was removed, visitors were greeted by an empty meadow. Now they will know that we were there and some of the details we remember.

Steve Weatherly
Radar Maintenance

08/09/2014 00:00:00

Name: Tom Page
Email: historian AT

Some of you might be interested in this article:

08/08/2014 19:30:41

Name: John A. Fortune
Email: fortunework AT

I was in the 786th Radar Squadron working at the GATR site at Minot, ND 1973-1975.

08/08/2014 17:35:36

Name: Ron Kuppler
Email: acw757 AT

At the site form 58 to 60.
Able Crew Radar Ops

08/07/2014 23:10:04

Name: Orlin G. Williams
Email: williamsorlin AT

I believe that all those who have served in AC&W system any place in the world played a part keeping America safe from attack for more than 50 years.Thanks to all the officers,enlisted, and civilians that contributed to this endeavor. Those late night or early morning recalls and traveling through the blinding snow to the pilots and maintainers who kept those alert birds flying, Thank you one and all.

08/07/2014 00:09:39

Name: Steve Weatherly
Email: lweatherly4 AT

On Friday, 8 Aug 14, I will be at the former Mt Hebo AFS, OR. The Siuslaw National Forest (US Forest Service) will be unveiling their newly developed Mt. Hebo AFS interpretive panel. Photos and descriptions about the radar station are included. Veterans stationed at Mt. Hebo AFS, and the important national security mission that they accomplished will be recognized.

Steve Weatherly
Mt Hebo AFS 65-67
Radar Maintenance +

08/03/2014 21:43:35

Name: Paul Spieker
Email: hifi4208 AT

I was at 789 radar sq. from 1966 to 68 height finder radar. Just trying to locate names of fellow airman.

08/03/2014 16:37:13

Name: Joel Lipsey
Email: ask4leoj AT

Any one remember "Bent" and "Moco" 55-57