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Arnie Chihak said:   January 8, 2013 8:34 am PST
I was stationed at Otis at the 26th for 3 years,from 1962 to 1965. First time I ever saw a missile and first time associated with nukes. Great experience and nice folks on the Cape.

Steve Hohenstein said:   November 5, 2012 2:13 pm PST
Hello, While reviewing the information on your site, I could not find any mention of the USAF AC&W Early Warning Radar Site located at North Truro MA. I did find South Truro listed but not the Site at North Truro. The squadron designation was the 762 AC&W Squadron. I served there as a Radar Maintenance technician form 1957 to 1960. The Site is still located there as a FAA Facility.

Susan Roy said:   November 5, 2012 8:57 am PST
I discovered your website when I was tracing the source of the information about the "Julie Nixon" fallout shelter mentioned in Jon Wiener's new book, "How We Forgot the Cold War" (page 211). I am the author of "Bomboozled: How the U.S. Government Misled Itself and Its People into Believing They Could Survive a Nuclear Attack" (Pointed Leaf Press, 2011), which is based on research I did for my M.A. in Architectural History at Columbia University -- "The Family Fallout Shelter during the Cold War." I am looking forward to exploring your MA and CT websites. Thank you.

Jeremy Smith said:   October 30, 2012 10:42 am PST
Oct. 30, 2012 I came across this Website when I learned of the existence of the MEMA Framingham bunker during Governor Patrick's radio interview in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The bunker is a masterpiece of living working artifact from the Cold War era, and fascinating in a time-travelling manner.

K Duffy said:   August 3, 2012 11:22 pm PST
To Stan Richardson: My father work at the Notch for many years. I don't know the specifics as it was all top secret at the time and he died at age 46. long before I ever heard of the cold war. He was an equipment installer for NET. I'm curious about your post as I had a brother that died in 1968 from a rare form of childhood cancer decribed as "chromosomal changes in a cell's DNA – can lead to Ewing sarcoma. These changes are not inherited and they happen for no apparent reason." If this is the kind of info you are searching for I'd be glad to have a conversation. Post your Email address.

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