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Ship to Shore wireless radio stations

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John, There is, or was, the remains of a Navy or CG transmitter in the NPS Ranger station near the Fire Island lighthouse. When I inquired about the
MICHAEL ST ANGELO
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5:06 PM

IS MORSE CODE USED ANYMORE? DOES ANYONE KNOW MORSE CODE? SAMF

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On Thu, May 25, 2017 at 7:47 AM, wftroskey@comcast.net [coldwarcomms] < ... Most amateur EME activity is now digital. CW was initially the primary mode for
Dexter McIntyre W4DEX
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May 25

FW....Re: Is Morse Code used anymore? (...) Comms, gadgets and more

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The Global Maritime and Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) eliminated the requirement for a Radio Officer on board ship. Ship officers have to be trained in
MICHAEL ST ANGELO
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May 24

Animated Map of all the World's Submarine Cables

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My mistake as I did not notice the URL was repeated. OK, great quick view with highlight captions. In 1973, I worked the communications center at Camp Samae
Terry W. Colvin
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May 22

1962 White House Communications Agency (WHCA) Portable Switchboard

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That's PORTABLE!??  AND all those racks??Dred From: "ozob99@yahoo.com [coldwarcomms]" To: coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com Sent:
Craig Scott
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May 18

Looking Glass and NEACP (Kneecap)

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Ah, memories... I was stationed at Offutt from May 1981 - August 1982, and then lived in Bellevue until February 1983. I worked in the DSCS Tech Control, which
wftroskey
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May 15

L-3I and autovon timeline

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https://books.google.com/books?id=NUc3AQAAMAAJ&pg=PA246&lpg=PA246&dq=socorro,+nm+att&source=bl&ots=zBJuySCCh1&sig=v1RIC4NI0-s2gSPEOquuWr3bfM4&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0a
charlie Fargis
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May 14

Book: "Raven Rock" by Garrett M. Graff

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I'm working my way through it. Despite the title--precious little about Raven Rock and not much new information. However, seems like a decent book. There was
mde5617
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May 12

Fiber along Capitol Limited

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Frank, If you get down around Lamar twelve miles south was an under ground L carrier and microwave site that I worked at in 1966. Bob Wildrick
Bob and Anne Wildrick
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May 10

New file uploaded to coldwarcomms

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Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the coldwarcomms group. File : /Fiber
coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com
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May 7

coaxial-cable routes

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It was the radio repeater (two way) system used by techs. Sent from my iPhone
packy41@yahoo.com
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Apr 17

Gamma and Blast detectors

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Here's an easily accessible copy of the BSP: http://etler.com/docs/BSP/480/480-325-101_I3.pdf sam On Wed, Apr 12, 2017 at 8:50 AM, roger hendrixson
Sam Rislove Etler
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Apr 12

Boston to Miami

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Strangely, this is actually of great interest to me. In my environment we had a couple of foosball tables at a wire center here in Anchorage which lasted
tibor-eg@tibor.org
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Apr 5

Gov't Comms Tower at Fairfax Station Va

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... Interestingly enough, take a look at the Independant Hill site in Google Earth. (38 37 35.36 N, 77 27 20.80 W) It showed signs of disuse for the last
Majdi S. Abbas
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Apr 4

Article on Project COMBO

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I may have witnessed some of this project while at NAS Key West around 1960: a sealed off corner of a hanger had a few UDT guys(aka frogmen) with their diving
ozob99
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Mar 31
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