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|The US Air Force's over-the-horizon-backscatter (OTH-B) air defense radar system||01/12/2006||1,001|
|Orford Ness is a shingle spit on the Suffolk coast. The UK Atomic Weapons Research Establishment had a base on the site, and is believed to have developed the firing mechanisms for nuclear devices there. The distinctive-looking 'pagodas' which housed test facilities were designed to collapse in the event of an accidental explosion. The work finally ended there in 1971 and the site is now a n...||02/02/2006||742|
|The radar station to the east of Pointe du Hoc mistaken as their landing place by Col Rudder and his Rangers on the morning of d-day.|
The is was German Navy Radar station named "Imme" and had a Wuzburg Riese a Freya and a Seetakt Gema installed on the site.
The site was extensively bombed around D-day and not much remains. The SK building that housed th...
|Skagen Radar Station|
The 2D Military radar has been operational since 1978 and is part of NATOs radar coverage program.
|This is RAF Neatishead that during the Cold War identified incomming Soviet aircraft and directed RAF fighters to intercept. It was used until recently but is now closed. In the top left of the site the orignial radar is visisble, and the red roofed building to the south of this is the entrance to the nuclear bunker which housed and protected the operators. An F-4 Phantom is the guard gate.||12/31/2005||537|
|The Fort Allen Puerto Rico National Guard site in Ponce, PR has no residents, but it does include barracks and receiver site for Over the Horizon Radar run by 20 civilian defense contractors, on 940 acres. The Relocatable Over the Horizon Radar (ROTHR) is part of a surveillance network which designed to monitor flights over an area encompassing more than 1 million square miles in South America....||08/09/2007||921|
|National Weather Service long distance RADAR for Eastern Missouri. Contains website link for St. Louis seven day forecast.|
RADAR image automatically updates every few minutes so you have up to date information.
|This seven-story tower was completed in April 1944 on a leased 1.94 acre site as a Base-End Station and Radar Station for Fort Dearborn. It is now owned by the Shoals Marine Laboratory of Cornell University. Searchlight positions #6 and #7 were located elsewhere on the island. To the north of the tower past the old USCG Boat House were the Army station barracks (Site 1B) and the Navy's Magnetic...||04/12/2007||600|
|Along the coast of the North Sea, the Germans built several radar stations. On the island of Schiermonnikoog they built a radar installation of the Wassermann type. According to some sources, sabotage was the cause that an antenna was never installed, and therefore this Wasserman was never put into use. ||09/27/2006||828|
|In addition to the radar stations on the Normandy coast were a series of observation posts set around ten kilometres apart, but closer if headlands were concerned, to enable visual signalling to adjacent posts. For the Normandy coast these were regionally controlled by the Flugmelde Zentrale (Plotting Centre) situated some three miles inland near Caen. Altogether the Caen centre controlled some...||05/11/2006||751|
|At Southwest of the of the village Wijk aan Zee is a German radar site located. <br>|
A radar antennae of the type "Mammut" was mounted on the roof of a bunker type V143. 2 individual bunkers at south and north of the radar bunker are serving as housing of personal. <br>
The bunker at the north side is of the type: Marine M151 and the one at the south side of ...
|This is an old WWII 16" shore battery that was later used as an FPS-35 RADAR site for the NIKE missile program.||05/02/2006||424|