Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by 4Z1UG, Mar 10, 2019.
I am happy that I could stir up a discussion with this post. Thanks and 73.
Just finished listening to this episode. It was a good one, as usual. Thanks for your work in producing these Eric!
It's also been fun reading the posts this episode has brought up.
I have pix my Mike Z, in old spooks & spies, built a sand mermaid on the beach. Life was tough, when we returned home. thus the reenlistment.
Can't forget ADAK. Were any systems not operated by the USN?
LOOK AT GRAHAM ISLAND CLOSELY
How about the 7th Radio Research Field Station, 7th Rockn' Roll Freak Show, outside of Udorn Thani Thailand?
I recall the night of 21 or 22 March 1976 when we shut down operation and started packing every thing up so we could return back to the" World "(back to the USA).
Spent some of my Uncle Sam's Canoe club time on the NAVCAMS, and experienced the Elephant Cage on Guam. What blew my mind were the Radio Barragada antennas.
Yagi's that covered immense areas. Different use to be sure. Impressive.
Enjoyed the interview!
It was removed as well as most of the housing in the Amulet area.
I must have been there when you were at Guam, Came there from Skaggs Island, Ca. and went to Kamiseya & Misawa, Japan after Guam.
Jim Marquand was CTM2
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In the early 70's I was stationed in Coronado, California. I was a Navy Radioman 2nd class. Friend of mine worked in the Wullen Webber in Imperial Beach. On weekends we would tune in the Ham bands for a listen. They sure did the job. Love to have one now but the HOA would never approve it!