- No pictures, it's still classified as it is a "special purpose" FAA facility.
Corkscrew was similar to the other PEFs. It housed microwave gear on the upper levels of the hardened tower.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mike Walker <thecloudboy@...> wrote:
> I was reading abut Corkscrew once again on Mr. LeFrance's wonderful site and
> wondered, do we have any interior photos of this facility? Now that it's
> repurposed by the FAA I would think its interior would not be classified,
> right? It looks like a fascinating site. And if there was a seperate AT&T
> microwave tower on site, was the actual Corkscrew tower a line-of-site
> microwave unit also, perhaps a hardend back-up one? What exactly was its
> purpose and how big is the bunker portion of it? And why bother taking the
> president here instead of, say, Raven's Rock, which I'm imagine is a lot
> larger and more sophisticated?
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