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The easy way to get your own tower

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I built and modified enough of those damned things, I probably should have done something like that. But, I would have had to change my name. On Monday, June
james kester
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9:36 AM

PCZ

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I remember reading that the USSR built their DC embassy on the highest ridge in DC, giving them line of site to just about all points of interest to them. We
Rob Osattin
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Jun 20

ho:

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Apologizes to the group. Someone hacked in to my address book and put this garbage out. Regret that it happened!!! Walt Mitchell [Non-text portions of this
wrm9190
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Jun 20

New use for old bunkers

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Hagerstown 2 Project office. If you google "Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area" you'll get some real nice pictures of the site. Dunno why.
charlie Fargis
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Jun 17

New file uploaded to coldwarcomms

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It's a pity that many pages from the whole publication are omitted. [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
jhaynesatalumni
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Jun 16

Bunkers story

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On 06/15/2017 12:10 AM, 'David L. Wilson' ... I can guarantee that AAC55 was on the air from about 9 Am to 5 PM weekdays over the summer of 1969, except for a
Jon Elson
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Jun 15

Updated URL for US Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas

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The link should work fine for anyone who can pass it's built-in IQ test. On Sun, Jun 4, 2017 at 21:29 Radioman390@cs.com [coldwarcomms] < ... [Non-text
Polo Hat
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Jun 4

Let get back on track

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I'd say the Cash tale likely falls into the "tall" variety. Because of the aptitudes and schooling involved, there was a separation of the work between the
f_helton
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Jun 2

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

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... Normally, they use ATIS, which is a broadcast of important information for arriving flights, barometric pressure, winds, runway conditions, any maintenance
Jon Elson
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Jun 1

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

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

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
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