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SeanX said:   July 4, 2013 9:14 am PST
I wish some of these sites were more accessible for historians,future generations seeking tactile,touchable historical would be great if such were possible.As a former Quincy Resident,I always suspected/knew of the local nike sites around,abutting Quincy & a few towns & asa paranorm investigator ,twould be good to research,hunt...who knows which soldiers are still on duty.

Margo (Kilton) Fogg said:   May 22, 2013 2:11 pm PST
My grandfather worked at the Depot. He died in Dec 1944. I have been trying to find out if he died in a job related accident, and have found nothing yet either way. All I have is vague family rumors. His name was George E, Kilton.

Dave Wadsworth said:   March 1, 2013 8:40 am PST
Grew up in Cohasset...but didn't learn about the nike site until a number of years later. Interesting part of Cohasset's long history....I'll include it in the Cohasset Historical Society's archive files since I work for the Society... Thanks.

Marc Russell said:   February 8, 2013 12:17 am PST
Glad to see this information exists.and is public. I am proud of our Ma gov't for 1) being the first to have state wide readiness 2) for our mgmt of 78 blizzard and for 3) continuing to value the need to have organized resources.

E Burke said:   February 6, 2013 12:02 pm PST
I remember the Kids in Plainville that lived in the Northern end of town . It was the housing development that had Military kids from the Niki base. They went to plainville schools.

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