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Alexander Blanchard said:   June 10, 2012 2:53 pm PST
I was stationed at Ft. Duval (Hog Island) from Mar. 1961 to Apr. 1962. I was a 179.10 Fire Control Crewman (NIKE).

Stan Richardson said:   May 31, 2012 3:24 pm PST
I worked at the Northeastern Radiological Health Lab as it became known after 1952. I did research on Radionuclides in human lungs as well as on the human bones study on adolescents. We built the first-ever lead chamber to determine radiation in the human body. I would like to hear from anybody who was there from 1952 to 1980.

victor rioux said:   May 5, 2012 8:08 pm PST
EI am a texas tower 2 vet. I served from Aug '60 to Mar '62 as a ANFST2 high speed digital data transmitter. At the texas tower assoc website one can download lots of info. I'm also a member. I am extremely proud of my tour of duty abored TT2 and I do greatly treasure the experience, especially the honor of serving with all my tower mates. I would appreciate hearing from any tower vet or interested persons. PRATI SUMUS!

Tom Koedel said:   April 30, 2012 6:00 am PST
The story and photos of the Boston and surrounding area are great. I have been working on a similar project, entitled; The Cold War Air Defense of Pittsburgh. Starting with the 90mm AAA guns through NIKE Hercules. History that needs to be remembers. Thank you for a great write-up.

Justin Kates said:   April 15, 2012 5:42 pm PST
Nice website. I'm the Emergency Management Director right over the Mass State line in Nashua, NH. I collect Civil Defense stuff and am always looking for leads.

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