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Name: thomas william dodd
Sirs, I came upon your site "by accident" Perhaps you could help me with some info' about a radar site at Wasserkuppe in Germany. My wife Inge's first husband was based there just after the last war whilst serving with the RAF It was a small detachment under the commend of a flight Lieut Naylor Inge was a local girl aged 19, who married her husband during this time. Stan died a few years ago and Inge now aged almost 93 (next July) often talks about the base and the people she met there and the things that happened during that turbulent time. I hope that somebody out there can bring a little info to brighten her memories - Anyway I live in hope. My very Best Regards Bill Dodd (Ellesmere Port) UK
Name: Wallace Stoudt
Left previous note forgot to add unit. Was in AFCS 2052nd Comm Squadron. Worked on AN/FPS-6 & AN/FPS-66 in Hanger 3 for several months then Annex 1 for couple years.
Name: Wallace Stoudt
Served at keesler AFB Jan 1976 to Nov 1979. As a Radar Maint Tech 30352.Most of the time at Annex 1.
Name: James schmiechen
thanks for your work .... Mt. Baldhead site
Name: David M. Dresser
USAF 1958-62 610th AC&W Squadron Mount Subriyama Japan 685th AC&W Squadron Las Cruces,N.M.
Name: Joseph Weber
Joe Barta, I remember you
Name: Mike Rowland
Based there 1955 1956 before moved base to turkey
Name: David c Barnattan
709 acw ft Yukon Alaska . 1967. 1868
Name: Tom Corigliano
I was able to convince the US Air Force Museum to take possession of our old FPS-8 radar antenna. It was installed at Rome Air Development Center, Griffiss AFB, NY around 1952 for R&D purposes. Moved to Wright-Patterson AFB in 2010 during BRAC. Retired from R&D service after almost 70 years in service. It is on display in the Cold War Gallery (Hangar 3) as of June 2021 along with UPA-62 PPI.
Name: Peter van Strum
I was Lt. and commander at Indian Mountain top site from 1957-1958 for 15 months. Had great time taking care of and motivating 70+ airmen under somewhat difficult conditions.