Name: Don Morris
Residence: Chicago, Il Date: Fri Aug 29 05:41:13 2003
Comment: I was in USAF stationed at Cape Liz from 04/1970 through o4/1971. Don't remember the White Alice guys names, but I do remember they were a crazy bunch. Loved all the pictures of Cape Liz. Saw one earlier this month in National Geographic. Thanks for keeping this all together.

Name: Lee Wareham
Residence: Chugiak Date: Sat Aug 23 03:46:37 2003
Comment: Adak,US Army ACS, 1957-58. Indian Mountain 1960-61. Bear Creek 1961-69. Guam RCA 1969-71. Alascom 1971-1995. Retired 1995-

CLW

Name: Larry Jones
Residence: Florence, MT Date: Wed Aug 20 17:37:02 2003
Comment: 1968- 1969, I was there! Campion (outside Galena AFB) briefly at Kalakaket Creek (sp?)
and Boswell Bay (Hinchenbrook Island) near Cordova. Sure brings back a lot of memories. Must find my photo collection before it turns to dust.

Thanks!

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Name: Jeff Gillmet
Residence: Bremerton, WA Date: Mon Aug 18 19:27:40 2003
Comment: Hunted Ptarmigan on White Alice, Adak in '86. The reflectors were torn down, but the building and many nuts/bolts remained - I still have a couple for memories. Always wondered what the site looked like while operating, and have now seen the pictures on this site - having done 3 yrs on Adak, it's fascinating! Didn't know it was civilian-run

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Name: Garth C Beyette
Residence: Chugiak, Alaska Date: Tue Aug 12 18:42:17 2003
Comment: I'm a project manager for the FAA engaged in a multi-agency cleanup of the former military base and airport on Annette Island, Alaska. The former Smugglers Cove WACS is one of the sites. Apparantly the WACS contains a "spirit" by the name of Brian Edward Callahan. Brian may have either been an electrian for RCA, Air Force, or USCG during the time of the late 1960's or early 1970's. Does anyone know Brian?

Name: Scott Hurlbert
Residence: California Date: Thu Jul 31 03:34:49 2003
Comment: Fantastic Site! As a high school student in Aniak I spent my afternoons learning electronics from David Norr, the Aniak WACS lead in 1979. He helped me earn my 1st class lic. at 16. After high school, I worked on a demo team to tear down the WACS (no pictures, sorry). The site was purchased by the school district and turned into a vocational school. As a teenager, going out to white alice was very cool. We used to climb the towers, it was like being on top of the world. Scott

Name: Edwdard Franklin
Residence: San Diego, Ca Date: Tue Jul 29 21:03:02 2003
Comment: USAF AC&W "scope dope" stationed at the 705th AC&W Squadron King Salmon, Alaska (Nak Nek) from
10/57 to 10/58. Originally being from the Ohio Lake Erie area I was well suited for the Alaskan winter but not the obnoxious misquitoes and nats -
uggh!!! I really enjoyed the year of duty except for the town of Nak Nek being off-limits. Learned a lot from the White Alice and radar technicians, almost like a four-year Engineering education. Other than the photos contained on this web site,

Name: William Barnest
Residence: SC Date: Sun Jul 27 14:40:04 2003
Comment: sorry to lead you astray...the Cape Newenham site is http://www.groups.msn.com/CapeNewenham. I was there jan 65-may66

Name: William Barnes
Residence: SC Date: Sun Jul 27 14:15:06 2003
Comment: my initials on BID TWX posted on this site. Check out photos on www.capenewenham.com

Name: Scott Jones (Homepage)
Residence: Salisbury MD. Date: Sat Jun 7 17:18:16 2003
Comment: I really love your web site. I know what WACS is now. The pictures are great. Nice job. I would have loved to see Alaska during the 1950's. I hope to visit someday. Thanks again, Scott.

Name: Lou Mata
Residence: California Date: Tue May 20 05:19:49 2003
Comment: Just dropping a word to see if i've got any responses;i sure hope i'm not the only one alive from the Tanana jobs in 1957thru 1959.I would also like to get in contact with Frank Tobacco as well as Vic Bucci.

Name: DENNIS WHITE
Residence: Date: Tue Apr 29 20:24:04 2003
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Name: Wayne Messick TSGT RET
Residence: Gales Ferry Ct. Date: Wed Apr 23 07:03:12 2003
Comment: My very first duty assignment was Alaska, 3rd Comm Construction,Later 2868 GEEIA Sq.I got there in 1957 and left in 62. Finding your site brings back a LOT of memories.Got to go to almost all the AC&W sites there. Anchorage at that time had about 30K population, understand that there about 250k now. Remember Statehood DAY very well.Big time Party!!! Been Ret since 77 but still want to go back and see the changes. Sites Don't exist anymore? Take Care, Stay Safe. Write if and when you can.

Name: SGT ALEX FORTINBERRY
Residence: south korea Date: Sun Apr 20 10:45:32 2003
Comment: YOUR WEBSITE IS GREAT, I HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED TO A TROPOSCATTER LIGHT COMPANY FOR ALMOST TWO YEARS.
ITS NICE TO SEE SOME MORE INTERESTING PICTURES OF TROPO. I LOVE THE FACT THAT TROPO IS STILL THOUGHT OF THANKS FOR THE GREAT SITE

Name: Bob Naff (Homepage)
Residence: Bothell, WA Date: Sat Apr 19 19:18:01 2003
Comment: Didn't get it right the first time!

Name: Bob (Homepage)
Residence: Bothell, WA Date: Sat Apr 19 19:15:51 2003
Comment: White Alice Site Tech on Adak from Sept '66 to Oct '67, Site Manager was Vern De Priest, techs were Tom Horsman, Jerry Swanson, and am embarrassed to say that I can't remember names of other two. Was DEW/BMEWS from 1979 to 1987 out of Colorado Springs. My father by same name was ACS from 1940 to 1958, all in Southeastern AK. Granfather, (Fred Weber) was ACS from 1936 to 1956. Guess its in the genes!

Name: Charlie Carruthers
Residence: Madison, WI Date: Wed Apr 16 20:02:18 2003
Comment: Ron Mika told me of this great site. Was in class No. 2 and fortunate to be at Soldotna site from 12/56 to 5/67. This brings back many memories.

Name: Ron Mika
Residence: Nikiski, Ak Date: Wed Apr 16 05:49:33 2003
Comment: Was Tech at Big Mountain 1961-62 then at Soldotna
1962-1978 the last few years were with Alascom.
Got to visit the wonderful chain sites later while with ALASCOM. retired 1982.

Name: Rodger Colgan
Residence: Orofino Idaho Date: Tue Apr 1 05:26:31 2003
Comment: Nice site. I was a young EE for RCA in '65 and went to Tin City, GMT, Cape Liz and others for power systems stuff. Nice people,good fishing at GMT and good food. Later moves brought me here, but have not forgot the WACS.