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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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10/26/2018 21:32:25

Name: Steven Wagner
Email: voyager7677 AT

Veteran AC&W Operator, 743rd AC&W Sqdn., Campion AFS, AK Oct., 1966 - Oct., 1967
USAF July, 1964 - June, 1968
FAA Air Traffic Controller March, 1970 - January, 2005 (Retired)

10/04/2018 18:06:15

Name: Gene
Email: support AT

Thanks to the good work done by Paul Mussolino (hope I spelled that right), we now have digital copies of most of the Texas Tower #4 documents that I gave to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force a good many years ago. These are documents that Radomes bought on eBay a long time ago, and were originally done by one of the engineers who built the tower structure. It includes a post-mortem of the tower collapse, if memories serve me right.

I will be posting some online, on the Online Air Defense Radar Museum web site and Facebook pages along with the NADRM Facebook pages. Some I'll reprint to hard copy, trying to get the faded type fixed up a bit. and it will be available in the NADRM Library for public viewing.

I had previously been unable to get access to these and had been trying to get the NMUSAF to return them.

We owe a big debt of gratitude to Paul for his efforts. Bravo Zulu! Job well done!