I was stationed at Danvers in early part of 1962 as the Medic. My memory at this point is a little fuzzy but I think the CO at the time was Capt. Winters. My off duty hours were spent working at a local Sears Auto Center.
Joseph S Palmer said:February 2, 2015 10:40 am PST
I'm doing some initial research on army personnel who may have worked on high frequency generators at the Quincy site. What about tinnitus...ringing in their ears.
Please email me.
john granath(benny) said:December 8, 2014 6:28 am PST
I was in military from aug 63 - aug 1966/ Lincoln Ma launch area/Topsfield launch area and ifc in Danvers ./First 2 years launch crewman /last year ran motor pool in Danvers.Got sick from radiation in 63 around Kennedys assignation. I have had 26 tumors removed from right hand/ one on groin when in military .We were checked daily for radiation exposure . f rad meter was over 150 being emitted from our bodies we were kept our of pits/did detail work instead till rads dropped bellow 150.Have had prostate issues since I was 22 yrs old/when it was removed it was 17.40 centimeters in length. I don't know of any other sites that checked our exposure daily. We spent long hrs in pits . Most sites were turned over to national guard full time .That was a joke.Everthing was secret/top secret /confidential levels.It sealed your army records for 30 years from date of discharge. Somehow I have had a long life /many surgeries/now 70 years of age. Be great to chat with another stationed in above areas during that time
Arnie Chihak said:October 28, 2014 7:34 am PST
Was a missile Maintenance analysis tech from 1963 to 1965 with 26th ADMS
1SG (RET) Eddie Denney said:September 2, 2014 12:50 pm PST
served on the Danvers base 1967-1968 as a 16C a TTR & TRR Operator
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