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: James Shields
Just came across this site after losing it since the early 2000s. Did a Google search on an old email address that went kaput, and was alerted that I used to have an account here. Need to update my email addr. Was at 750th Boron AFS ('73-74), 907th Bucks Harbor AFS ('74-76),and Clear AFS ('76-77). Was still growing up and not a very good AF troop. Some who knew me then, will agree. :(
Name: William (Bill) Reaties
Scope dope from 1966 in TAC, DEW LINE - 1967, ATC (Wespons School for WDs- 1969, Spacetracking-1970, BUIC, 1971, CRP in SEA -1972, back to TAC’s CRC -1973, Airborne Early Warning and Control 1974-1978, assigned Det 1, NORAD Battlestaff on AWACS of Tinker 1978-1981. FACP NCOIC in USAFE in Germany, and finally returned to Tinker for Scope Dope training, completed, flew to Saudi Arabia et al, returned and assigned NORAD Battlestaff up until retirement in 1991.