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Re: [coldwarcomms] Digest Number 4267

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  • doug humphrey
    ... if you get around to the maryland area between DC and Baltimore at all, you might want to stop at the NSA Crypto Museum which is just a fun stop - not
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 8, 2012
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      On Nov 8, 2012, at 6:15 AM, coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com wrote:

      > 2a. Federal Arc
      > Posted by: "n9fam" n9fam@... n9fam
      > Date: Wed Nov 7, 2012 1:43 pm ((PST))
      >
      > I'll be in the DC area the middle of January. I plan to take a short field trip over 2 days to the following sites, to see what is new:
      > Mt Weather, Lambs Knoll (Boonsboro), Hagerstown, Ft Ritchie, Mt Quirauk, Thurmont, etc. I'll have a small camera, but I will take some newer pics of whatever I can find. Of course, if the weather turns bad, I may limit my tour.
      > Anybody have any requests of something in that same area?
      > One place that I found about 30 years ago was an ATT site 'somewhere' northeast of Frederick. It had housed one set of antennas for the 'federal officials' mobile telephone system on 172.36, 172.39, and 172.42. Anybody know which one I'm thinking of? (I don't think I can find it again without some help.)

      if you get around to the maryland area between DC and Baltimore
      at all, you might want to stop at the NSA Crypto Museum which is
      just a fun stop - not "cold war comms" per se, but frankly more cold
      war comms in that place (and of course back into WWII) then you
      find almost anywhere.

      doug
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