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U S NAVY and ARMY SCAN

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  • OZOB99
    FWIW, some may not have known the Navy was a part of the Army s SCAN(switched circuit automatic network) from the gitgo: TIMELINE 12-29-61
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 26, 2013
      FWIW, some may not have known the Navy was a part of the Army's SCAN(switched circuit automatic network) from the gitgo:

      TIMELINE


      12-29-61 SCAN([Army]Switched Circuit Automatic Network) activated using 4W #5 switching machines at: Hillsboro,MO;Monrovia,MD(Frederick#2 at that time);Rockdale,GA;Santa
      Rosa,CA.




      1-5-62 The Navy joined the Switched Circuit Automatic Network.
      About 50 Navy activities have direct connections to one of the four switching terminals.

      (above snippet from www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/407626.pdf )




      11-1-63 NORAD/ADC Automatic Dial Switching Network activated using existing SCAN and 4W #5
      switching machines at: Colorado Springs,CO;Ennis,TX;Norway,IL;Rosendale,NY.




      4-19-64 AUTOVON(Automatic Voice Network) was born with the merger of SCAN and NORAD/ADC
      switched networks to provide one military switching system.
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