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Re: [coldwarcomms] Digest Number 684

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  • joecheck@snet.net
    There is one of these in Cheshire, CT. But, the tower was still vulnerable to war damage. Did the Concordia facility have a microwave tower? Joe
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 2, 2001
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      There is one of these in Cheshire, CT. But, the tower was still vulnerable
      to war damage. Did the Concordia facility have a microwave tower?

      Joe

      At 01:28 PM 11/2/01 , you wrote:
      >I'm new to coldwarcomms. I'm trying to find information about an ATT
      >Underground Communications Vault in Concordia, Kansas. It was built in the
      >1960's as a nuclear war-proof communications center. Does anyone know if
      >there were more of these type of underground communications vaults built in
      >other states? I'm wondering if there was an extensive system of these
      >throughout the U.S.. Are there any good websites with this type of
      >information?
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