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22505Re: [coldwarcomms] Recently released Air/Ground telephone calls from Lyndon Johnson to Rose Kennedy

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  • Polo Hat
    Feb 2, 2012
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      No, I'm not sure exactly when the "Nationwide" system was fielded, but my
      understanding has been mid to late 1960s.

      I wonder if Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine ever ran a feature on
      the (V)C-137s -- 58-6970/1/2 or 62-6000 back in the Kennedy era? AW&ST
      articles I have from the early 1970s about EC-135 Looking Glass & E-4A
      NEACP give a good breakdown of mission communications systems.


      On Thursday, February 2, 2012, Blake Bowers <bbowers@...> wrote:
      > Tim, are you sure about Echo Fox not being around in 62?
      > I talked with a crafts person that was at a site during the Cuban Missile
      > Crisis, and he told me about his supervisor insisting he take care of an
      > issue on the E/F circuit, but advising him to lock himself in, and as soon
      > as he was done leave and go home.
      > He was very clear on the events, lots of little details.
      > When did E/F start service? The commercial UHF radios were available
      > 62

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