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SAGE radar stations

The SAGE radar stations of Air Defense Command (Aerospace Defense Command after 1968) were the military installations operated by USAF squadrons using the 1st automated air defense environment (Semi-Automatic Ground Environment) and networked by the SAGE System, a computer network. Most of the radar stations used the Burroughs AN/FST-2 Coordinate Data Transmitting Set (CDTS) to automate the operator environment and provide radar tracks to sector command posts at SAGE Direction Centers (DCs), e.g., the Malmstrom Z-124 radar station was co-located with DC-20. The sector/division radar stations were networked by DCs and Manual Control Centers to provide command, control, and coordination (e.g., at Topsham AFS for the "Bangor North American Air Defense Sector") for ground-controlled interception of enemy aircraft by interceptors such as the F-106 developed to work with the SAGE System.: 128

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Post-World War II radar stations included those of the 1948 "five-station radar net" and the Lashup network completed in 1950, followed by the "Priority Permanent System" with the initial (priority) radar stations completed in 1952: 223 as a "manual air defense system" with Manual ADCCs (e.g., using Plexiglas plotting boards as at the 1954 Ent Air Force Base command center for ADC.): 151 Several Lashup stations became permanent stations (Camp Hero L-10 became LP-45, Fort Custis L-15/LP-56/P-56, Palermo L-13/LP-54, Sault Sainte Marie L-17/LP-20, Highlands L-12/LP-9) and in 1951 some new Permanent System stations similarly designated LP-2, LP-16, etc., instead of using newly deployed radars, were outfitted with older radars such as the January 1945 GE AN/CPS-5 radar, 1948 Western Electric AN/TPS-1B Radar, Bendix AN/TPS-1C radar. The MX-1353 and other programs developed the AN/FPS-6, AN/MPS-10, and other Cold War radars

"At the end of 1957, ADC operated 182 radar stations…32 had been added during the last half of the year as low-altitude, unmanned gap-filler radars. The total consisted of 47 gap-filler stations, 75 Permanent System radars, 39 semimobile radars, 19 Pinetree stations,…1 Lashup[-era radar and a] single Texas Tower".: 223 SAGE System groundbreaking was at McChord Air Force Base for DC-12 in 1957 where the "electronic brain" began arriving in November 1958 for the Seattle Air Defense Sector, and the post-war Ground Observation Corps was disbanded in 1959.

Radar station personnel monitored systems (e.g., local radars and remote radars at gap-filler annexes) and at most radar stations, used CDTS equipment such as the antenna control unit and the Range Height Indicator—CDTS range precision was 1,300 ft (400 m). Also part of the SAGE Air Defense System were radar stations in sectors with Manual Control Centers which provided radar tracks by voice communication, and 4th floor consoles of SAGE Direction Centers in adjacent sectors could input those stations' tracks in the "Manual Inputs" room adjacent to the "Communication Recording-Monitoring and VHF" room. Squadrons at some radar stations were the parent organizations for detachments at other stations, e.g., the 666th RADSQ at Mill Valley Z-38 was the parent of Detachment 2 at the Mather AFB radar station, and the 771st RADSQ at Cape Charles Z-56 was responsible for 3 gap-filler annexes in Delaware, Virginia, and North Carolina.

Most radar stations were part of the preceding Permanent System and some SAGE stations had Ground Air Transmit Receive (GATR) equipment for radioing command guidance by TDDL automated data link to autopilots of equipped interceptors for vectoring to targets (e.g., GATR site R-28 was at Palermo Z-54.) In addition to a squadron operations building (e.g., with CDTS), structures at the radar station included the radar pedestals (e.g., some CONUS stations such as Fort Heath used Arctic Towers), a squadron headquarters building, electrical generator and fuel storage structures, etc. Notable remaining structures of SAGE radar stations include the radar tower at the Selfridge Military Air Museum, the Walker AFS quonset hut next to the Arctic Tower, and the former SAGE barracks usad for the McChord AFB museum.

SAGE upgrades

Air Defense Command radar squadrons were renamed as personnel were assigned with training for the automated CDTS, e.g., the "609th Radar Squadron (SAGE)" was designated on September 1, 1958[verification needed] (originally an AC&W Sq). The Air Defense Command reorganization when the SAGE System was deployed included the redesignation of Air Divisions to Air Defense Sectors in 1959, e.g., the 27th Air Division was renamed between February 1, 1959 and April 1, 1966, as the Los Angeles Air Defense Sector (LAADS) followed by the inactivation of units such as the Air Defense Forces (Western, Central, & Eastern, on July 1, 1960) and some Numbered Air Forces (e.g., Fourth Air Force, September 1, 1960). Radar station tracks were used for 1958 CIM-10 "BOMARC test firings at Patrick, Gunter, and McGuire", and a SAGE Radar Station[where?] was used for the 1st Bomarc intercept of a Cape Canaveral drone on August 7, 1958. A few SAGE radar stations[specify] provided radar tracks for use with the 8 operational Bomarc complexes, e.g., for 28 Upper Peninsula launch shelters ("Kincheloe AFB BOMARC site"), 56 shelters in New Jersey (operational September 1, 1959), and 56 Long Island shelters (SAGE codename "BED") near the "FOX"[where?] mainland site.

Of the 8 Permanent System stations that closed from 1959 to 1964 with squadrons relocating to stations with "RP" designations, 2 were the last remaining stations with the "LP" designation: (Elkhorn LP-31/RP-31F and Blue Knob LP-63). From 1959 to 1962, three NORAD radar stations were added for the SAGE Radar Network (i.e., after the 3rd semi-mobile phase of the Permanent System): Key West Z-209, Richmond Z-210, Patrick Z-211 in 1962.[specify] One SAGE radar station also provided gap-filler[specify] radar coverage for Nike Hercules: San Pedro Hill Z-39 (RP-39) for the 1963–74 Integrated Fire Control area of Malibu Nike battery LA-78 on San Vicente Mtn.

A few Permanent System stations continued operations without being redesignated with Z-xx "NORAD identification codes", e.g., 1952 Duncanville P-79 until 1964, 1958 Cottonwood SM-150 until 1965, and 1948 Hamilton P-48 until 1973. In 1963 when NORAD/ADC command operations moved from Ent AFB to the nearby Chidlaw Building's Combined Operations Center with SAGE-automation, on July 31 the SAGE radar stations were redesignated with the Z-xx codes.[citation needed] Some sector assignments were redesignated (e.g., Watertown AFS was assigned from the 1958 Syracuse Air Defense Sector to the Boston Air Defense Sector on September 4, 1963) and by the end of 1963 nearly all of the Permanent System radar stations not used for SAGE had closed. In 1966, Chidlaw Building operations transferred to the Cheyenne Mountain nuclear bunker, SAGE's 1st BUIC II II CCCS was deployed (North Truro Z-10), and NORAD/ADC reorganized the Air Defense Sectors back to Air Divisions.

For the 1966 and later NORAD/ADC reorganizations, see NORAD § History.

JUSS radar stations

The joint-use site system (JUSS) was completed after the 1959 Missile Master Plan resolved the surface-to-air missile dispute: both the US Army & USAF SAMs would be deployed and their computers were integrated with each CCCS netting the USAF sector or Army region radar stations. The SAGE System used crosstelling of "SAGE reference track data" from the BOMARC AN/FSQ-7 to the NIKE Hercules AN/FSG-1's "two surveillance and entry consoles", and the 9 bunker sites had been selected by June 1957 for coordinating Army batteries' intercept of targets within an interior NIKE Defense Area of the USAF sector. Deployment of JUSS resulted in several "LP" Permanent System stations closing, and the squadrons relocated to new JUSS "RP" radar stations at most of the 9 sites where Army Missile Master bunkers were being constructed through December 14, 1960. Construction of the Highlands Army Air Defense Site for NY-55DC (4th Q-7) began adjacent to the 1948 Highlands P-9 to use the existing equipment as "Missile Master organic radars" and in 1961, the 770th Radar Squadron at Palermo LP-54 moved to the existing Ft Meade Nike AADCP (W-13DC with USAF RP-54 designation). Squadrons moving to new JUSS radar stations included the 635th RADSQ on May 15, 1960, to the 1st completed Missile Master bunker (Fort Lawton Air Force Station SE-90DC, January 21, 1960), and 2 JUSS installations used geographically-separate radar stations and Missile Master bunkers: the new San Pedro Hill RP-39 was TBD miles from the Ft MacArthur bunker (completed December 1960), and the new Gibbsboro RP-63 in 1961 later provided 1966 radar tracks to replace the Nike radars at Pedricktown PH-64DC, 15 mi (24 km) away.[1] As at San Pedro Hill (ARSR-tbd), the JUSS radar station at Fort Heath B-21DC (the 3rd FSG-1 & 2nd bunker completed--c. April 1960) also had a 1959 ARSR-1 radar of the FAA in addition to 2 USAF and 2 Army height finder radars.

Locations

Codes for Aerospace Defense Command radar stations in the United States
For a list of United States radar stations with the "L-xx" designation (prior to the Permanent System radar network), see Lashup Radar Network.
SAGE radar stations were grouped by Air Defense Sectors (Air Divisions after 1966). The SAGE System networked the radar stations in over 20 of the sectors using AN/FSQ-7 centrals in Direction Centers.
  • LP-xx designates Permanent System stations using older radar equipment instead of radars deployed at "P-xx" stations
  • P-xx designates "Priority Permanent System" stations completed by May 1952
  • RP-xx designates a replacement of one of the permanent stations
  • M-xx designates an initial a station of the 1953-7 semi-mobile radar program
  • SM-xx designates a station of the 1954–62 "second phase mobile radar program"
  • TM-xx designates a station of the 1957–60 "third phase mobile radar program"
  • TT-x designates the Texas Towers, radar tower rigs off the East Coast.
  • Z-xx is the NORAD identification code
Codes for Aerospace Defense Command radar stations outside the United States
Aerospace Defense Command general surveillance radar stations
Perm
ID
SAGE
ID
Location ST Coordinates Squadron Activated Inactivated
Sector/Division (Group)
C-21 Saskatoon Mountain AS AB 55°13′51″N119°18′19″W /55.23083°N 119.30528°W /55.23083; -119.30528 (Saskatoon Mountain AS C-21) 919th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1963 Spokane/25th
TM-196 Z-196
Z-249
Dauphin Island AFS AL 30°15′01″N088°04′42″W /30.25028°N 88.07833°W /30.25028; -88.07833 (Dauphin Island AFS TM-196, Z-249) 693d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron; 635th Radar Squadron
OL-G 630th Radar Squadron; OL-E 678th Air Defense Group
1959
1972
1970
1980 (J-12)
[specify]
TM-199 Z-199 Eufaula AFS AL 31°52′53″N085°15′13″W /31.88139°N 85.25361°W /31.88139; -85.25361 (Eufaula AFS TM-199) 609th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1958 1968
TM-197 Z-197 Thomasville AFS AL 31°56′14″N087°45′03″W /31.93722°N 87.75083°W /31.93722; -87.75083 (Thomasville AFS TM-197) 698th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1958 1969
M-91 Z-91 Texarkana AFS AR 33°27′20″N093°59′53″W /33.45556°N 93.99806°W /33.45556; -93.99806 (Texarkana AFS M-91) 703d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1968
SM-143 Walnut Ridge AFS AR 36°07′48″N090°55′09″W /36.13000°N 90.91917°W /36.13000; -90.91917 (Walnut Ridge AFS SM-143) 725th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1963
TM-181 Z-181 Ajo AFS AZ 32°25′52″N112°56′42″W /32.43111°N 112.94500°W /32.43111; -112.94500 (Ajo AFS TM-181) 612th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1958 1969
M-128 Kingman AFS AZ 35°11′51″N114°02′29″W /35.19750°N 114.04139°W /35.19750; -114.04139 (Kingman AFS M-128) 659th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1958
M-92 Z-92 Mount Lemmon AFS AZ 32°26′30″N110°47′22″W /32.44167°N 110.78944°W /32.44167; -110.78944 (Mount Lemmon AFS M-92) 684th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1969
SM-162 Vincent AFB AZ 32°39′15″N114°35′28″W /32.65417°N 114.59111°W /32.65417; -114.59111 (Vincent AFB SM-162) 864th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1963
M-93 Winslow AFS AZ 35°04′49″N110°50′01″W /35.08028°N 110.83361°W /35.08028; -110.83361 (Winslow AFS M-93) 904th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1955 1963
C-20 Baldy Hughes AS BC 55°36′46″N122°57′16″W /55.61278°N 122.95444°W /55.61278; -122.95444 (Baldy Hughes AS C-20) 918th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1963
C-153 Kamloops AS BC 50°48′08″N120°07′36″W /50.80222°N 120.12667°W /50.80222; -120.12667 (Kamloops AS C-153) 825th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1958 1962
C-19 Puntzi Mountain AS BC 52°09′41″N124°12′22″W /52.16139°N 124.20611°W /52.16139; -124.20611 (Puntzi Mountain AS C-19) 917th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1962
M-96 Z-96 Almaden AFS CA 37°09′34″N121°54′01″W /37.15944°N 121.90028°W /37.15944; -121.90028 (Almaden AFS M-96) 682d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1957 1980
P-59 Z-59 Boron AFS CA 35°04′44″N117°34′45″W /35.07889°N 117.57917°W /35.07889; -117.57917 (Boron AFS P-59) 750th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1952 1975
P-2 Z-2 Cambria AFS CA 35°31′20″N121°03′49″W /35.52222°N 121.06361°W /35.52222; -121.06361 (Cambria AFS P-2) 775th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1980
P-48 Hamilton AFB CA 38°03′16″N122°30′56″W /38.05444°N 122.51556°W /38.05444; -122.51556 (Hamilton AFB CC-05) 724th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1946 1973 San Francisco/28th
P-33 Z-33 Klamath AFS CA 41°33′33″N124°05′10″W /41.55917°N 124.08611°W /41.55917; -124.08611 (Klamath AFS P-33) 777th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1981
RP-15 Z-15 Lompoc AFS CA 34°33′57″N120°30′01″W /34.56583°N 120.50028°W /34.56583; -120.50028 (Lompoc AFS RP-15) 669th Radar Squadron 1963 1968
P-74 Z-74 Madera AFS CA 37°02′07″N120°01′59″W /37.03528°N 120.03306°W /37.03528; -120.03306 (Madera AFS P-74) 774th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1966
P-58 Mather AFB CA 38°33′13″N121°16′08″W /38.55361°N 121.26889°W /38.55361; -121.26889 (Mather AFB P-58) 668th AC&W Sq until 1961, later 666th Radar Squadron (Det 2) 1951 1966
P-38 Z-38 Mill Valley AFS CA 37°55′26″N122°35′49″W /37.92389°N 122.59694°W /37.92389; -122.59694 (Mill Valley AFS P-38) 666th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1980 (J-33) San Francisco/28th
P-76 Z-76 Mount Laguna AFS CA 32°52′36″N116°24′54″W /32.87667°N 116.41500°W /32.87667; -116.41500 (Mount Laguna AFS P-76) 751st Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1952 1981 Los Angeles/27th (751st)
P-37 Z-37 Point Arena AFS CA 38°53′23″N123°33′01″W /38.88972°N 123.55028°W /38.88972; -123.55028 (Point Arena AFS P-37) 776th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1998 (J-34)
SM-157 Z-157 Red Bluff AFS CA 40°08′46″N122°18′16″W /40.14611°N 122.30444°W /40.14611; -122.30444 (Red Bluff AFS SM-157) 859th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1970
P-39 San Clemente Island AFS CA 32°58′37″N118°33′10″W /32.97694°N 118.55278°W /32.97694; -118.55278 (San Clemente Island AFS P-39) 670th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1960
RP-39 Z-39 San Pedro Hill AFS CA 33°44′45″N118°20′10″W /33.74583°N 118.33611°W /33.74583; -118.33611 (San Pedro Hill AFS RP-39) 670th Radar Squadron 1961 1997 (J-31) Los Angeles
P-15 Santa Rosa Island AFS CA 33°56′39″N120°07′07″W /33.94417°N 120.11861°W /33.94417; -120.11861 (Santa Rosa Island AFS P-15) 669th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1963
TM-200 Z-200 Cross City AFS FL 29°38′10″N083°05′55″W /29.63611°N 83.09861°W /29.63611; -83.09861 (Cross City AFS TM-200) 691st Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1958 1970 Montgomery
M-114 Z-114 Jacksonville NAS FL 30°13′17″N081°40′57″W /30.22139°N 81.68250°W /30.22139; -81.68250 (Jacksonville NAS M-114) 679th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1957 1981 Montgomery
Z-209 Key West NAS FL 24°35′05″N081°41′18″W /24.58472°N 81.68833°W /24.58472; -81.68833 (Key West NAS Z-209) 671st Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1962 1988 Montgomery
M-129 Z-129 MacDill AFB FL 27°50′05″N082°28′19″W /27.83472°N 82.47194°W /27.83472; -82.47194 (MacDill AFB Z-129) 660th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1954 1980 Montgomery
Z-211 Patrick AFB FL 28°12′50″N080°35′57″W /28.21389°N 80.59917°W /28.21389; -80.59917 (Patrick AFB Z-211) 645th Radar Squadron 1961 1988 Montgomery
Z-210 Richmond AFS FL 25°37′24″N080°24′16″W /25.62333°N 80.40444°W /25.62333; -80.40444 (Richmond AFS Z-210) 644th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1959 1988 Montgomery
TM-198 Z-198 Tyndall AFB FL 30°04′35″N085°36′35″W /30.07639°N 85.60972°W /30.07639; -85.60972 (Tyndall AFB TM-198) 678th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1983 Montgomery
Thorshavn AS FO 62°04′05″N006°57′59″W /62.06806°N 6.96639°W /62.06806; -6.96639 (Thorshavn AS) 932d Air Control Squadron 1992 2006
M-87 Dobbins AFB GA 33°55′06″N084°30′16″W /33.91833°N 84.50444°W /33.91833; -84.50444 (Dobbins AFB M-87) 908th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1958
M-111 Z-111 Marietta AFS GA 33°54′14″N084°29′12″W /33.90389°N 84.48667°W /33.90389; -84.48667 (Marietta AFS M-111) 908th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1968 Montgomery/35th
M-112 Z-112 Hunter AFB GA 32°01′01″N081°09′57″W /32.01694°N 81.16583°W /32.01694; -81.16583 (Hunter AFB M-112) 702d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1955 1979
SM-165 Flintstone AFS GA 34°57′25″N085°22′55″W /34.95694°N 85.38194°W /34.95694; -85.38194 (Flintstone AFS SM-165) 867th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1960
G-32 Thule AS GL 76°24′14″N068°43′06″W /76.40389°N 68.71833°W /76.40389; -68.71833 (Thule AS G-32) 931st Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1965
G-33 Thule AS GL 78°18′50″N072°36′35″W /78.31389°N 72.60972°W /78.31389; -72.60972 (Etah AS GL G-33) 931st Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron (Det 1) 1952 1965
G-34 Thule AS GL 79°27′52″N059°09′01″W /79.46444°N 59.15028°W /79.46444; -59.15028 (Ice Cap AS GL G-34) 931st Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron (Det 2) 1952 1965
M-122 Dallas Center AFS IA 41°43′02″N093°54′19″W /41.71722°N 93.90528°W /41.71722; -93.90528 (Dallas Center AFS M-122) 650th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1957 Sioux City/30th
P-83 Z-83 Waverly AFS IA 42°41′24″N092°29′04″W /42.69000°N 92.48444°W /42.69000; -92.48444 (Waverly AFS P-83) 788th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1969 Sioux City/30th
SM-150 Cottonwood AFS ID 46°04′01″N116°27′51″W /46.06694°N 116.46417°W /46.06694; -116.46417 (Cottonwood AFS P-46) 822d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1958 1965
RP-31 Z-31 Arlington Heights AFS IL 42°03′51″N087°59′44″W /42.06417°N 87.99556°W /42.06417; -87.99556 (Arlington Heights AFS RP-31) 755th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1960 1969 Chicago
P-70 Z-70 Belleville AFS IL 38°28′32″N089°54′21″W /38.47556°N 89.90583°W /38.47556; -89.90583 (Belleville AFS P-70) 798th Aircraft Control and Warning (Later Radar) Squadron 1951 1968 Chicago
SM-137 Carmi AFS IL 38°05′40″N088°07′01″W /38.09444°N 88.11694°W /38.09444; -88.11694 (Carmi AFS SM-137) 704th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1957
P-85 Z-85 Hanna City AFS IL 40°41′56″N089°49′33″W /40.69889°N 89.82583°W /40.69889; -89.82583 (Hanna City AFS P-85) 791st Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1968
P-53 Z-53 Rockville AFS IN 39°46′31″N087°15′24″W /39.77528°N 87.25667°W /39.77528; -87.25667 (Rockville AFS P-53) 782d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1966
H-3 Hofn AS IS 64°14′28″N014°57′43″W /64.24111°N 14.96194°W /64.24111; -14.96194 (Hofn AS H-3) 933d AC&W; 667th AC&W (1960), Air Defense, & Air Control squadrons 1951 1992
H-1A Keflavik AS IS 64°01′18″N022°39′21″W /64.02167°N 22.65583°W /64.02167; -22.65583 (Keflavik AS H-1A) 932d Air Control Squadron 1992 2006
NAS Keflavik IS 63°57′42″N022°35′30″W /63.96167°N 22.59167°W /63.96167; -22.59167 (NAS Keflavik) 932d Air Control Squadron 1992 2006
H-2 Langanes AS IS 66°16′44″N014°59′37″W /66.27889°N 14.99361°W /66.27889; -14.99361 (Langanes AS H-2) 667th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Air Control) Squadron 1952 1960
H-2A Langanes AS IS 66°08′39″N015°05′18″W /66.14417°N 15.08833°W /66.14417; -15.08833 (Langanes AS H-2A) 667th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Air Control) Squadron 1992 2006
H-4A Latrar AS IS 66°10′41″N023°19′41″W /66.17806°N 23.32806°W /66.17806; -23.32806 (Latrar AS H-4A) 934th Air Control Squadron 1992 2006
H-1 Rockville AS IS 64°02′07″N022°39′16″W /64.03528°N 22.65444°W /64.03528; -22.65444 (Rockville AS H-1) 932d AC&W, Air Defense, & Air Control squadrons 1951 1992
H-4 Straumnes AS IS 66°25′49″N023°05′34″W /66.43028°N 23.09278°W /66.43028; -23.09278 (Straumnes AS H-4) 934th AC&W, Air Defense, & Air Control squadrons 1951 1992
P-47 Z-47 Hutchinson AFS KS 37°55′34″N097°53′13″W /37.92611°N 97.88694°W /37.92611; -97.88694 (Hutchinson AFS P-47) 793d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1968
P-72 Z-72 Olathe AFS KS 38°50′06″N094°54′16″W /38.83500°N 94.90444°W /38.83500; -94.90444 (Waverly AFS P-72) 738th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1968
M-131 Owingsville AFS KY 38°11′31″N083°49′01″W /38.19194°N 83.81694°W /38.19194; -83.81694 (Owingsville AFS M-131) 809th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1957
P-82 Z-82 Snow Mountain AFS KY 37°53′50″N086°00′00″W /37.89722°N 86.00000°W /37.89722; -86.00000 (Snow Mountain AFS P-82) 784th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1968
M-125 England AFB LA 31°18′52″N092°31′50″W /31.31444°N 92.53056°W /31.31444; -92.53056 (England AFB M-125) 653d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1963
M-126 Z-126 Houma AFS LA 29°33′45″N090°40′30″W /29.56250°N 90.67500°W /29.56250; -90.67500 (Houma AFS M-126) 657th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1953 1970
TM-194 Z-248 Lake Charles AFS LA 30°11′03″N093°10′33″W /30.18417°N 93.17583°W /30.18417; -93.17583 (Lake Charles AFS TM-194) 812th AC&W Sq, 630th RADSQ OL-F, 634th RADSQ, 678th ADG OL-D 1958 1995
MM-1 Fort Heath MA 42°23′20″N070°58′10″W /42.38889°N 70.96944°W /42.38889; -70.96944 (Fort Heath MM-1) 820th Radar Squadron (AC&W Sq 1961–2) 1959 1962
P-10 Z-10 North Truro AFS MA 42°02′03″N070°03′15″W /42.03417°N 70.05417°W /42.03417; -70.05417 (North Truro AFS P-10) 762d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1995 (762d)
C-17 Beausejour AS MB 50°08′53″N096°13′24″W /50.14806°N 96.22333°W /50.14806; -96.22333 (Beausejour AS C-17) 916th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1961
SM-171 Andrews AFB MD 38°48′25″N076°52′56″W /38.80694°N 76.88222°W /38.80694; -76.88222 (Andrews AFB SM-171) 1955 1960 Washington/85th
RP-54 Z-227 Ft Meade MD 39°06′59″N076°43′39″W /39.11639°N 76.72750°W /39.11639; -76.72750 (Fort Meade RP-54) 770th Radar Squadron 1961 1979 Washington
P-13 Z-13 Brunswick AFS ME 43°53′44″N069°55′24″W /43.89556°N 69.92333°W /43.89556; -69.92333 (Brunswick AFS P-13) 654th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1965 Bangor/36th
M-110 Z-110 Bucks Harbor AFS ME [specify] 907th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1988 Bangor/36th
P-80 Z-80 Caswell AFS ME [specify] 766th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1952 1979 Bangor/36th
P-65 Z-65 Charleston AFS ME 45°05′30″N069°05′42″W /45.09167°N 69.09500°W /45.09167; -69.09500 (Charleston AFS P-65) 765th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1952 1979 Bangor/36th (765th)
M-105 Alpena AFS MI 45°05′10″N083°34′25″W /45.08611°N 83.57361°W /45.08611; -83.57361 (Alpena AFS M-105) 677th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1957
P-16 Z-16 Calumet AFS MI 47°22′16″N088°10′14″W /47.37111°N 88.17056°W /47.37111; -88.17056 (Calumet AFS P-16) 665th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1988 Duluth/29th (665th)
P-67 Z-67 Custer AFS MI 42°20′32″N085°16′49″W /42.34222°N 85.28028°W /42.34222; -85.28028 (Custer AFS P-67) 781st Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1969
P-34 Z-34 Empire AFS MI 44°48′09″N086°03′11″W /44.80250°N 86.05306°W /44.80250; -86.05306 (Empire AFS P-34) 752d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1978
M-109 Grand Marais AFS MI 46°39′49″N085°59′03″W /46.66361°N 85.98417°W /46.66361; -85.98417 (Grand Marais AFS M-109) 906th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1957
P-61 Z-61 Port Austin AFS MI 44°01′49″N083°00′06″W /44.03028°N 83.00167°W /44.03028; -83.00167 (Port Austin AFS P-61) 754th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1988
P-66 Z-66 Sault Ste. Marie AFS MI 46°27′26″N084°23′14″W /46.45722°N 84.38722°W /46.45722; -84.38722 (Sault Ste. Marie AFS P-66) 753d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1952 1979
P-20 Z-20 Selfridge AFB MI 42°37′40″N082°49′48″W /42.62778°N 82.83000°W /42.62778; -82.83000 (SAGE Z-20 (Selfridge AFB)) 661st Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1974
P-23 Willow Run AFS MI 42°14′33″N083°29′59″W /42.24250°N 83.49972°W /42.24250; -83.49972 (Willow Run AFS P-23) 704th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1960 tbd/30th
SM-132 Z-132 Baudette AFS MN 48°40′12″N094°37′07″W /48.67000°N 94.61861°W /48.67000; -94.61861 (Baudette AFS SM-132) 692d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1958 1979 (692d)
P-18 Z-18 Chandler AFS MN 43°53′50″N095°56′45″W /43.89722°N 95.94583°W /43.89722; -95.94583 (Chandler AFS P-18) 787th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1969 Duluth/23rd
P-69 Z-69 Finland AFS MN 47°27′13″N091°14′15″W /47.45361°N 91.23750°W /47.45361; -91.23750 (Finland AFS P-69) 756th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1984
SM-138 Grand Rapids AFS MN 47°14′25″N093°30′54″W /47.24028°N 93.51500°W /47.24028; -93.51500 (Grand Rapids AFS SM-138) 707th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1963
M-101 Rochester AFS MN 44°04′11″N092°20′24″W /44.06972°N 92.34000°W /44.06972; -92.34000 (Rochester AFS M-101) 808th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1957
P-36 Snelling AFS MN 44°52′14″N093°12′36″W /44.87056°N 93.21000°W /44.87056; -93.21000 (Snelling AFS P-36) 673rd Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1961 tbd/31st
P-17 Z-17 Wadena AFS MN 46°30′55″N095°06′46″W /46.51528°N 95.11278°W /46.51528; -95.11278 (Wadena AFS P-17) 739th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1953 1970
SM-139 Willmar AFS MN 45°08′19″N095°04′25″W /45.13861°N 95.07361°W /45.13861; -95.07361 (Willmar AFS SM-139) 721st Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1961
P-68 Fordland AFS MO 37°09′15″N092°52′33″W /37.15417°N 92.87583°W /37.15417; -92.87583 (Fordland AFS P-70) 797th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1961
SM-169 Grandview AFB MO 38°50′41″N094°32′47″W /38.84472°N 94.54639°W /38.84472; -94.54639 (Grandview AFB SM-169) 31st Air Division 1955 1961
P-64 Z-64 Kirksville AFS MO 40°17′52″N092°34′32″W /40.29778°N 92.57556°W /40.29778; -92.57556 (Kirksville AFS P-64) 790th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1968
TM-195 Z-195 Crystal Springs AFS MS 31°58′45″N090°20′40″W /31.97917°N 90.34444°W /31.97917; -90.34444 (Crystal Springs AFS TM-195) 627th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1958 1968
P-24 Z-24 Cut Bank AFS MT 48°56′32″N112°48′21″W /48.94222°N 112.80583°W /48.94222; -112.80583 (Cut Bank AFS P-34) 681st Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1965 Great Falls
P-25 Z-25 Havre AFS MT 48°52′51″N109°56′42″W /48.88083°N 109.94500°W /48.88083; -109.94500 (Havre AFS P-25) 778th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1979 Great Falls
TM-179 Z-179 Kalispell AFS MT 48°00′41″N114°21′53″W /48.01139°N 114.36472°W /48.01139; -114.36472 (Kalispell AFS TM-179) 716th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1959 1978 Great Falls
TM-178 Z-178 Lewistown AFS MT 47°13′03″N109°13′19″W /47.21750°N 109.22194°W /47.21750; -109.22194 (Lewistown AFS TM-178) 694th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1958 1971 Great Falls
SM-147 Z-147 Malmstrom AFB MT 47°30′06″N111°12′12″W /47.50167°N 111.20333°W /47.50167; -111.20333 (Malmstrom AFB SM-147) 801st Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956–1969 1969-1974 Great Falls
M-98 Z-98 Miles City AFS MT 46°17′49″N105°58′42″W /46.29694°N 105.97833°W /46.29694; -105.97833 (Miles City AFS M-98) 902d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1954 1968 Great Falls
P-26 Z-26 Opheim AFS MT 48°51′40″N106°28′40″W /48.86111°N 106.47778°W /48.86111; -106.47778 (Opheim AFS P-26) 779th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1979 Great Falls
P-11 Yaak AFS MT 48°51′44″N115°43′18″W /48.86222°N 115.72167°W /48.86222; -115.72167 (Yaak AFS P-11) 680th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1960 Great Falls
M-116 Cherry Point MCAS NC 34°54′10″N076°53′10″W /34.90278°N 76.88611°W /34.90278; -76.88611 (herry Point MCAS M-116) 614th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1957 1963
M-115 Z-115 Fort Fisher AFS NC 33°59′24″N077°55′06″W /33.99000°N 77.91833°W /33.99000; -77.91833 (Fort Fisher AFS M-115) 701st Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1955 1997 (701st)
M-117 Z-117 Roanoke Rapids AFS NC 36°26′23″N077°43′31″W /36.43972°N 77.72528°W /36.43972; -77.72528 (Roanoke Rapids AFS M-117) 632d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1978
M-130 Z-130 Winston-Salem AFS NC 36°02′30″N080°08′18″W /36.04167°N 80.13833°W /36.04167; -80.13833 (Winston-Salem AFS M-130) 810th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1970
TM-177

TM-177B

Z-177
n/a
Dickinson AFS
Alexander
ND 46°55′14″N102°43′56″W /46.92056°N 102.73222°W /46.92056; -102.73222 (Dickinson AFS TM-177)
[specify]
706th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1958
1960
1965
1967
P-29 Z-29 Finley AFS ND 47°30′57″N097°52′07″W /47.51583°N 97.86861°W /47.51583; -97.86861 (Finley AFS P-29) 785th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1979
P-27 Z-27 Fortuna AFS ND 48°54′14″N103°52′00″W /48.90389°N 103.86667°W /48.90389; -103.86667 (Fortuna AFS P-27) 780th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1984 (780th)
P-28
P-28A
P-28D
Z-28 Minot AFS
Niobe
Regan
ND 48°00′13″N101°17′40″W /48.00361°N 101.29444°W /48.00361; -101.29444 (Minot AFS P-28)

786th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1952-04
1957-10
1959-01
1979-07-01
1968-06
1968-06
SM-133 Z-133 Hastings AFS NE 40°34′48″N098°17′24″W /40.58000°N 98.29000°W /40.58000; -98.29000 (Hastings AFS SM-133) 625th Radar Squadron 1962 1968 Sioux City/30th
P-71 Z-71 Omaha AFS NE 41°21′39″N096°01′28″W /41.36083°N 96.02444°W /41.36083; -96.02444 (Omaha AFS P-71) 789th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1968 Kansas City|30th
M-104 Rye AFS NH 43°02′41″N070°42′51″W /43.04472°N 70.71417°W /43.04472; -70.71417 (Rye AFS M-104) 644th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1956 1957
P-9 Z-9 Highlands AFS NJ 40°23′29″N073°59′38″W /40.39139°N 73.99389°W /40.39139; -73.99389 (Highlands AFS P-9) 646th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1948 1966 New York/21st
RP-63 Z-63 Gibbsboro AFS NJ 39°49′27″N074°57′16″W /39.82417°N 74.95444°W /39.82417; -74.95444 (Gibbsboro AFS RP-63/P-9A) 772d Radar Squadron 1961 1994 New York/21st
P-54 Z-54 Palermo AFS NJ 39°13′19″N074°41′14″W /39.22194°N 74.68722°W /39.22194; -74.68722 (Palermo AFS Z-54) 770th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron, 680th Radar Squadron 1951 1970 New York/21st
N-27 Cartwright AS NL 53°43′28″N056°57′51″W /53.72444°N 56.96417°W /53.72444; -56.96417 (Cartwright AS N-27) 922d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1968
N-28 Hopedale AS NL 55°27′59″N060°13′47″W /55.46639°N 60.22972°W /55.46639; -60.22972 (Hopedale AS N-28) 923d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1957
N-24 Melville AS NL 53°17′45″N060°32′24″W /53.29583°N 60.54000°W /53.29583; -60.54000 (Melville AS N-24) 641st Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1971
N-22 Red Cliff AS NL 47°38′20″N052°40′02″W /47.63889°N 52.66722°W /47.63889; -52.66722 (Red Cliff AS N-22) 642d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1961
N-26 Saint Anthony AS NL 51°20′59″N055°36′29″W /51.34972°N 55.60806°W /51.34972; -55.60806 (Saint Anthony AS N-26) 921st Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1968
N-23 Stephenville AS NL 48°35′21″N058°39′51″W /48.58917°N 58.66417°W /48.58917; -58.66417 (Stephenville AS N-23) 640th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1971
N-29 Saglek AS NL 58°29′19″N062°35′08″W /58.48861°N 62.58556°W /58.48861; -62.58556 (Saglek AS N-29) 924th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1970
P-7 Continental Divide AFS NM 35°23′21″N108°21′12″W /35.38917°N 108.35333°W /35.38917; -108.35333 (Continental Divide AFS P-7) 769th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1961
P-41 Kirtland AFB NM 35°03′12″N106°35′15″W /35.05333°N 106.58750°W /35.05333; -106.58750 (Kirtland AFB P-41) 690th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1962 Albuquerque/34th
M-95 Las Cruces AFS NM 32°15′34″N106°58′36″W /32.25944°N 106.97667°W /32.25944; -106.97667 (Las Cruces AFS M-95) 685th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1963
P-51 Moriarty AFS NM 35°01′50″N105°49′00″W /35.03056°N 105.81667°W /35.03056; -105.81667 (Moriarty AFS P-51) 768th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1961
P-8 Tierra Amarilla AFS NM 36°37′24″N106°39′50″W /36.62333°N 106.66389°W /36.62333; -106.66389 (Tierra Amarilla AFS P-8) 767th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1959
M-90 Walker AFB NM 33°18′34″N104°32′54″W /33.30944°N 104.54833°W /33.30944; -104.54833 (Walker AFB M-90) 686th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1963
M-94 Z-94 West Mesa AFS NM 35°04′19″N106°52′12″W /35.07194°N 106.87000°W /35.07194; -106.87000 (West Mesa AFS M-94) 687th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1956 1968
C-102 Barrington AS NS 43°27′08″N065°28′17″W /43.45222°N 65.47139°W /43.45222; -65.47139 (Barrington AS C-102) 672d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1956 1962
N-31 Frobisher Bay AB NT 63°46′50″N068°32′38″W /63.78056°N 68.54389°W /63.78056; -68.54389 (Frobisher Bay AB N-31) 926th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1961
N-30 Resolution Island AS NT 61°35′47″N064°38′18″W /61.59639°N 64.63833°W /61.59639; -64.63833 (Resolution Island AS N-30) 920th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1961
SM-156 Z-156 Fallon AFS NV 39°24′19″N118°43′19″W /39.40528°N 118.72194°W /39.40528; -118.72194 (Fallon NAS SM-156) 858th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1975 Reno (858th)
SM-163 Z-163 Las Vegas AFS NV 36°19′07″N115°34′31″W /36.31861°N 115.57528°W /36.31861; -115.57528 (Las Vegas AFS SM-163) 865th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1969
SM-164 Z-164 Tonopah AFS NV 38°03′06″N117°13′32″W /38.05167°N 117.22556°W /38.05167; -117.22556 (Tonopah AFS SM-164) 866th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1970 (to FAA) Reno (858th)
M-127 Z-127 Winnemucca AFS NV 41°00′40″N117°46′03″W /41.01111°N 117.76750°W /41.01111; -117.76750 (Winnemucca AFS M-127) 658th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1968
P-21 Z-21 Lockport AFS NY 43°08′25″N078°50′05″W /43.14028°N 78.83472°W /43.14028; -78.83472 (Lockport AFS P-21) 763d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1979 Syracuse
P-45 Z-45 Montauk AFS NY 41°03′46″N071°52′23″W /41.06278°N 71.87306°W /41.06278; -71.87306 (Montauk AFS P-45) 773d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1948 1981
P-3 Roslyn AFS NY 40°47′47″N073°37′37″W /40.79639°N 73.62694°W /40.79639; -73.62694 (Roslyn AFS P-3) 645th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1958 New York/26th
P-50 Z-50 Saratoga Springs AFS NY 43°00′41″N073°40′57″W /43.01139°N 73.68250°W /43.01139; -73.68250 (Saratoga Springs AFS P-50) 656th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1977
P-49 Z-49 Watertown AFS NY 43°55′31″N075°54′33″W /43.92528°N 75.90917°W /43.92528; -75.90917 (Watertown AFS P-49) 655th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1979 Syracuse
P-73 Z-73 Bellefontaine AFS OH 40°22′20″N083°43′10″W /40.37222°N 83.71944°W /40.37222; -83.71944 (Bellefontaine AFS P-73) 664th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951-04 1969
SM-170 Wright-Patterson AFB OH 39°47′39″N084°03′20″W /39.79417°N 84.05556°W /39.79417; -84.05556 (Wright-Patterson AFB SM-170) 58th Air Division 1955 1958
P-77 Bartlesville AFS OK 36°45′44″N096°02′18″W /36.76222°N 96.03833°W /36.76222; -96.03833 (Bartlesville AFS P-77) 796th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1961
P-52 Z-52 Oklahoma City AFS OK 35°24′12″N097°21′28″W /35.40333°N 97.35778°W /35.40333; -97.35778 (Oklahoma City AFS P-52) 746th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1969 Oklahoma City/31st
P-62 Brookfield AFS OH 41°13′09″N080°33′43″W /41.21917°N 80.56194°W /41.21917; -80.56194 (Brookfield AFS P-62) 662d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1959
C-15 Armstrong AS ON 50°18′19″N089°00′49″W /50.30528°N 89.01361°W /50.30528; -89.01361 (Armstrong AS C-15) 914th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1962
C-119 Lowther AS ON 49°33′21″N082°59′31″W /49.55583°N 82.99194°W /49.55583; -82.99194 (Lowther AS C-119) 639th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1956 1963
C-14 Pagwa AS ON 50°01′04″N085°15′06″W /50.01778°N 85.25167°W /50.01778; -85.25167 (Pagwa AS C-14) 913th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1963
C-10 Ramore AS ON 48°25′37″N080°14′30″W /48.42694°N 80.24167°W /48.42694; -80.24167 (Ramore AS C-10) 912th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1962
C-16 Sioux Lookout AS ON 50°04′59″N092°00′08″W /50.08306°N 92.00222°W /50.08306; -92.00222 (Sioux Lookout AS C-16) 915th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1962
SM-149 Z-149 Baker AFS OR 44°35′11″N117°47′14″W /44.58639°N 117.78722°W /44.58639; -117.78722 (Baker AFS SM-149) 821st Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1959 1968
M-118 Z-118 Burns AFS OR 43°33′45″N119°09′05″W /43.56250°N 119.15139°W /43.56250; -119.15139 (Burns AFS M-118) 634th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1955 1970
P-32 Z-32 Condon AFS OR 45°14′12″N120°18′06″W /45.23667°N 120.30167°W /45.23667; -120.30167 (Condon AFS P-32) 636th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1970
TM-180 Z-180 Keno AFS OR 42°04′08″N121°58′20″W /42.06889°N 121.97222°W /42.06889; -121.97222 (Keno AFS TM-180) 827th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1957 1979 (827th)
M-100 Z-100 Mount Hebo AFS OR 45°12′57″N123°45′28″W /45.21583°N 123.75778°W /45.21583; -123.75778 (Mount Hebo AFS M-100) 689th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1957 1979
P-12 Z-12 North Bend AFS OR 43°32′00″N124°10′35″W /43.53333°N 124.17639°W /43.53333; -124.17639 (North Bend AFS P-12) 761st Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1980
P-30 Z-30 Benton AFS PA 41°21′30″N076°17′40″W /41.35833°N 76.29444°W /41.35833; -76.29444 (Benton AFS P-30) 648th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1975
P-63 Claysburg AFS PA 40°17′15″N078°33′50″W /40.28750°N 78.56389°W /40.28750; -78.56389 (Claysburg AFS P-63) 772d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1961
RP-62 Z-62 Oakdale AFS PA 40°23′50″N080°09′40″W /40.39722°N 80.16111°W /40.39722; -80.16111 (Oakdale AFB RP-62) 662d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1959 1969
SM-159 Z-159 Aiken AFS SC 33°38′46″N081°40′36″W /33.64611°N 81.67667°W /33.64611; -81.67667 (Aiken AFS SM-159) 861st Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1955 1975
M-113 Z-113 North Charleston AFS SC 32°53′44″N080°01′20″W /32.89556°N 80.02222°W /32.89556; -80.02222 (North Charleston AFS M-113) 792d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1955 1980
M-97 Ellsworth AFB SD 44°09′16″N103°05′03″W /44.15444°N 103.08417°W /44.15444; -103.08417 (Ellsworth AFB M-97) 740th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1962
M-99 Z-99 Gettysburg AFS SD 45°02′59″N099°57′22″W /45.04972°N 99.95611°W /45.04972; -99.95611 (Gettysburg AFS M-99) 903d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1968
SM-134 Z-134 Pickstown AFS SD 43°04′59″N098°28′31″W /43.08306°N 98.47528°W /43.08306; -98.47528 (Pickstown AFS SM-134) 695th Radar Squadron 1961 1968
P-42 Lake City AFS TN 36°11′54″N084°13′50″W /36.19833°N 84.23056°W /36.19833; -84.23056 (Lake City AFS P-42) 663d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1961
SM-145 Joelton AFS TN 36°20′12″N086°51′40″W /36.33667°N 86.86111°W /36.33667; -86.86111 (Joelton AFS SM-145) 799th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1956 1961
M-88 Z-88 Amarillo AFB TX 35°14′46″N101°39′25″W /35.24611°N 101.65694°W /35.24611; -101.65694 (Amarillo AFB M-88) 688th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1968
P-78 Duncanville AFS TX 32°38′55″N096°54′25″W /32.64861°N 96.90694°W /32.64861; -96.90694 (Duncanville AFS P-78) 745th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1964
TM-188 Eagle Pass AFS TX 28°51′36″N100°31′37″W /28.86000°N 100.52694°W /28.86000; -100.52694 (Eagle Pass AFS TM-188) 733d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1957 1963
P-79 Z-79
Z-240
Ellington AFB TX 29°36′56″N095°10′23″W /29.61556°N 95.17306°W /29.61556; -95.17306 (Ellington AFB P-79) 747th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron
OL-C 630th Radar Squadron
1952 1979
TM-192 Killeen AFS TX 31°03′04″N097°51′45″W /31.05111°N 97.86250°W /31.05111; -97.86250 (Killeen AFS TM-192) 814th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1957 1961
P-75 Z-75
Z-241
Lackland AFB TX 29°23′17″N098°37′59″W /29.38806°N 98.63306°W /29.38806; -98.63306 (Lackland AFB P-75) 741st Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron
OL-D 630th Radar Squadron
1953
1972
1969
1976
TM-193 Lufkin AFS TX 31°25′17″N094°48′10″W /31.42139°N 94.80278°W /31.42139; -94.80278 (Lufkin AFS TM-193) 815th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1957 1961
TM-187 Ozona AFS TX 30°42′15″N101°07′00″W /30.70417°N 101.11667°W /30.70417; -101.11667 (Ozona AFS TM-187) 732d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1963
RP-78 Z-78 Perrin AFS TX 33°42′17″N096°38′54″W /33.70472°N 96.64833°W /33.70472; -96.64833 (Perrin AFS RP-78) 745th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1964 1969
TM-190 Port Isabel AFS TX 26°09′20″N097°20′16″W /26.15556°N 97.33778°W /26.15556; -97.33778 (Port Isabel AFS TM-190) 811th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1958 1961
TM-186 Pyote AFS TX 31°28′40″N103°10′06″W /31.47778°N 103.16833°W /31.47778; -103.16833 (Pyote AFS TM-186) 697th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1958 1963
TM-192 Rockport AFS TX 28°05′30″N097°02′45″W /28.09167°N 97.04583°W /28.09167; -97.04583 (Rockport AFS TM-191) 813th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1958 1963
M-89 Z-89 Sweetwater AFS TX 32°27′48″N100°28′24″W /32.46333°N 100.47333°W /32.46333; -100.47333 (Sweetwater AFS M-89) 683d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1956 1969
TM-189 Zapata AFS TX 26°57′08″N099°16′31″W /26.95222°N 99.27528°W /26.95222; -99.27528 (Zapata AFS TM-189) 742d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1957 1961
M-121 Z-121 Bedford AFS VA 37°31′02″N079°30′37″W /37.51722°N 79.51028°W /37.51722; -79.51028 (Bedford AFS M-121) 649th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1954 1975
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37°51′38″N075°33′28″W /37.86056°N 75.55778°W /37.86056; -75.55778
38°31′35″N075°06′26″W /38.52639°N 75.10722°W /38.52639; -75.10722
36°14′46″N076°15′20″W /36.24611°N 76.25556°W /36.24611; -76.25556

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RP-55 Z-55 Manassas AFS VA 38°37′40″N077°26′18″W /38.62778°N 77.43833°W /38.62778; -77.43833 (Manassas AFS P-55) 647th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1955 1965 Washington
M-103 Lyndonville AFS VT 44°39′55″N071°46′16″W /44.66528°N 71.77111°W /44.66528; -71.77111 (Lyndonville AFS M-103) 911th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1963
P-14 Z-14 Saint Albans AFS VT 44°46′54″N073°03′56″W /44.78167°N 73.06556°W /44.78167; -73.06556 (Saint Albans AFS P-14) 764th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1979
P-46 Z-46 Blaine AFS WA 48°54′51″N122°43′56″W /48.91417°N 122.73222°W /48.91417; -122.73222 (Blaine AFS P-46) 757th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1979
P-60 Colville AFS WA 48°35′27″N117°35′19″W /48.59083°N 117.58861°W /48.59083; -117.58861 (Colville AFS P-60) 760th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1961
P-6 Curlew AFS WA 48°52′38″N118°47′08″W /48.87722°N 118.78556°W /48.87722; -118.78556 (Curlew AFS P-6) 638th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1959
RP-1 Fort Lawton AFS WA 47°39′27″N122°24′47″W /47.65750°N 122.41306°W /47.65750; -122.41306 (Fort Lawton RP-1) 635th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1960 1963
SM-172 Geiger Field WA 47°37′23″N117°30′52″W /47.62306°N 117.51444°W /47.62306; -117.51444 (Geiger Field SM-172) [specify] 1954 1958 Spokane/9th
L-29 Larson AFB WA 47°12′28″N119°19′13″W /47.20778°N 119.32028°W /47.20778; -119.32028 (Larson AFB L-29) 637th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1950 1952-->
P-44 Z-44 Makah AFS WA 48°22′18″N124°40′30″W /48.37167°N 124.67500°W /48.37167; -124.67500 (Makah AFS P-44) 758th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1982
P-1 McChord AFB WA 47°07′25″N122°29′32″W /47.12361°N 122.49222°W /47.12361; -122.49222 (McChord AFB P-1) 635th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1960 Seattle/25th
SM-151 Z-151 Mica Peak AFS WA 47°34′26″N117°04′52″W /47.57389°N 117.08111°W /47.57389; -117.08111 (Mica Peak AFS SM-151) 823d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1956 1975
P-57 Z-57 Naselle AFS WA 46°25′19″N123°47′53″W /46.42194°N 123.79806°W /46.42194; -123.79806 (Naselle AFS P-57) 759th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1966
P-40 Z-40 Othello AFS WA 46°43′18″N119°10′23″W /46.72167°N 119.17306°W /46.72167; -119.17306 (Othello AFS P-40) 637th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1975 (637th)
P-19 Z-19 Antigo AFS WI 45°02′54″N089°14′02″W /45.04833°N 89.23389°W /45.04833; -89.23389 (Antigo AFS P-19) 676th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1977
P-35 Z-35 Osceola AFS WI 45°15′05″N092°38′34″W /45.25139°N 92.64278°W /45.25139; -92.64278 (Osceola AFS P-35) 674th Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1975
M-106 Two Creeks AFS WI 44°19′28″N087°34′45″W /44.32444°N 87.57917°W /44.32444; -87.57917 (Two Creeks AFS M-106) 700th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1957 Chicago/20th
P-31 Williams Bay AFS WI 42°37′01″N088°32′19″W /42.61694°N 88.53861°W /42.61694; -88.53861 (Williams Bay AFS P-31) 755th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1960
P-43 Z-43 Guthrie AFS WV 38°26′35″N081°40′50″W /38.44306°N 81.68056°W /38.44306; -81.68056 (Guthrie AFS P-43) 783d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron 1951 1968
TM-201 Z-201 Sundance AFS WY 44°28′43″N104°27′06″W /44.47861°N 104.45167°W /44.47861; -104.45167 (Sundance AFS TM-201) 731st Radar Squadron 1960 1968
TT-2 Texas Tower No. 2 41°44′00″N067°47′00″W /41.73333°N 67.78333°W /41.73333; -67.78333 (Texas Tower No.2 TT-2) 762d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron (Annex) 1958 1963 New York/21st
TT-3 Texas Tower No. 3 40°45′00″N069°19′00″W /40.75000°N 69.31667°W /40.75000; -69.31667 (Texas Tower No.3 TT-3) 773d Aircraft Control and Warning (later Radar) Squadron (Annex) 1958 1963 New York/21st
TT-4 Texas Tower No. 4 39°48′00″N072°40′00″W /39.80000°N 72.66667°W /39.80000; -72.66667 (Texas Tower No.4 TT-4) 646th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron (Annex) 1959 1961 New York/21st

Many of the SAGE radar stations, particularly the locations with Air Route Surveillance Radars (e.g., San Pedro Hill Z-39) were retained when the SAGE System was replaced by the Joint Surveillance System for which the USAF declared full operational capability of the 1st 7 Regional Operational Control Centers (ROCCs) on December 23, 1980 (the NORAD Command Center was also upgraded). SAGE radar stations discontinued in 1980 included Almaden (activated 1957), Cambria (1951). Dauphin Island (1959), MacDill (1954), Mill Valley (1951), North Bend (1951), and North Charleston (1955); and stations eventually transferring to the Federal Aviation Administration included Mill Valley Air Force Station.

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SAGE radar stations
SAGE radar stations Language Watch Edit The SAGE radar stations of Air Defense Command Aerospace Defense Command after 1968 were the military installations operated by USAF squadrons using the 1st automated air defense environment Semi Automatic Ground Environment and networked by the SAGE System a computer network Most of the radar stations used the Burroughs AN FST 2 Coordinate Data Transmitting Set CDTS to automate the operator environment and provide radar tracks to sector command posts at SAGE Direction Centers DCs e g the Malmstrom Z 124 radar station was co located with DC 20 The sector division radar stations were networked by DCs and Manual Control Centers to provide command control and coordination e g at Topsham AFS for the Bangor North American Air Defense Sector 1 for ground controlled interception of enemy aircraft by interceptors such as the F 106 developed to work with the SAGE System 2 128 Contents 1 Background 2 Description 2 1 SAGE upgrades 2 2 JUSS radar stations 2 3 Locations 3 Replacement 4 See also 5 ReferencesBackground EditPost World War II radar stations included those of the 1948 five station radar net and the Lashup network completed in 1950 followed by the Priority Permanent System with the initial priority radar stations completed in 1952 3 223 as a manual air defense system 4 with Manual ADCCs e g using Plexiglas plotting boards as at the 1954 Ent Air Force Base command center for ADC 3 151 Several Lashup stations became permanent stations Camp Hero L 10 became LP 45 Fort Custis L 15 LP 56 P 56 Palermo L 13 LP 54 Sault Sainte Marie L 17 LP 20 Highlands L 12 LP 9 and in 1951 some new Permanent System stations similarly designated LP 2 LP 16 etc instead of using newly deployed radars were outfitted with older radars such as the January 1945 GE AN CPS 5 radar 1948 Western Electric AN TPS 1B Radar Bendix AN TPS 1C radar The MX 1353 and other programs developed the AN FPS 6 AN MPS 10 and other Cold War radars 5 At the end of 1957 ADC operated 182 radar stations 32 had been added during the last half of the year as low altitude unmanned gap filler radars The total consisted of 47 gap filler stations 75 Permanent System radars 39 semimobile radars 19 Pinetree stations 1 Lashup era radar and a single Texas Tower 3 223 SAGE System groundbreaking was at McChord Air Force Base for DC 12 in 1957 6 where the electronic brain began arriving in November 1958 7 for the Seattle Air Defense Sector and the post war Ground Observation Corps was disbanded in 1959 Description EditRadar station personnel monitored systems e g local radars and remote radars at gap filler annexes and at most radar stations used CDTS equipment such as the antenna control unit and the Range Height Indicator CDTS range precision was 1 300 ft 400 m Also part of the SAGE Air Defense System were radar stations in sectors with Manual Control Centers which provided radar tracks by voice communication and 4th floor consoles of SAGE Direction Centers in adjacent sectors could input those stations tracks in the Manual Inputs room adjacent to the Communication Recording Monitoring and VHF room 8 Squadrons at some radar stations were the parent organizations for detachments at other stations e g the 666th RADSQ at Mill Valley Z 38 was the parent of Detachment 2 at the Mather AFB radar station and the 771st RADSQ at Cape Charles Z 56 was responsible for 3 gap filler annexes in Delaware Virginia and North Carolina Most radar stations were part of the preceding Permanent System and some SAGE stations had Ground Air Transmit Receive GATR equipment for radioing command guidance by TDDL automated data link to autopilots of equipped interceptors for vectoring to targets 9 e g GATR site R 28 was at Palermo Z 54 In addition to a squadron operations building e g with CDTS structures at the radar station included the radar pedestals e g some CONUS stations such as Fort Heath used Arctic Towers a squadron headquarters building electrical generator and fuel storage structures etc 10 Notable remaining structures of SAGE radar stations include the radar tower at the Selfridge Military Air Museum the Walker AFS quonset hut next to the Arctic Tower 11 and the former SAGE barracks usad for the McChord AFB museum 12 SAGE upgrades Edit Air Defense Command radar squadrons were renamed as personnel were assigned with training for the automated CDTS e g the 609th Radar Squadron SAGE was designated on September 1 1958 9 verification needed originally an AC amp W Sq The Air Defense Command reorganization when the SAGE System was deployed included the redesignation of Air Divisions to Air Defense Sectors in 1959 e g the 27th Air Division was renamed between February 1 1959 and April 1 1966 as the Los Angeles Air Defense Sector LAADS followed by the inactivation of units such as the Air Defense Forces Western Central amp Eastern on July 1 1960 and some Numbered Air Forces e g Fourth Air Force September 1 1960 Radar station tracks were used for 1958 CIM 10 BOMARC test firings at Patrick Gunter and McGuire 13 and a SAGE Radar Station where was used for the 1st Bomarc intercept of a Cape Canaveral drone on August 7 1958 A few SAGE radar stations specify provided radar tracks for use with the 8 operational Bomarc complexes e g for 28 Upper Peninsula launch shelters Kincheloe AFB BOMARC site 56 shelters in New Jersey operational September 1 1959 14 and 56 Long Island shelters SAGE codename BED near the FOX where mainland site 15 Of the 8 Permanent System stations that closed from 1959 to 1964 with squadrons relocating to stations with RP designations 2 were the last remaining stations with the LP designation Elkhorn LP 31 RP 31F and Blue Knob LP 63 From 1959 to 1962 three NORAD radar stations were added for the SAGE Radar Network i e after the 3rd semi mobile phase of the Permanent System Key West Z 209 Richmond Z 210 Patrick Z 211 in 1962 specify One SAGE radar station also provided gap filler specify radar coverage for Nike Hercules San Pedro Hill Z 39 RP 39 for the 1963 74 Integrated Fire Control area of Malibu Nike battery LA 78 on San Vicente Mtn 16 A few Permanent System stations continued operations without being redesignated with Z xx NORAD identification codes e g 1952 Duncanville P 79 until 1964 1958 Cottonwood SM 150 until 1965 and 1948 Hamilton P 48 until 1973 In 1963 when NORAD ADC command operations moved from Ent AFB to the nearby Chidlaw Building s Combined Operations Center with SAGE automation on July 31 the SAGE radar stations were redesignated with the Z xx codes citation needed Some sector assignments were redesignated e g Watertown AFS was assigned from the 1958 Syracuse Air Defense Sector to the Boston Air Defense Sector on September 4 1963 and by the end of 1963 nearly all of the Permanent System radar stations not used for SAGE had closed In 1966 Chidlaw Building operations transferred to the Cheyenne Mountain nuclear bunker SAGE s 1st BUIC II II CCCS was deployed North Truro Z 10 17 and NORAD ADC reorganized the Air Defense Sectors back to Air Divisions For the 1966 and later NORAD ADC reorganizations see NORAD History JUSS radar stations Edit The joint use site system JUSS 18 was completed after the 1959 Missile Master Plan resolved the surface to air missile dispute 19 both the US Army amp USAF SAMs would be deployed and their computers were integrated with each CCCS netting the USAF sector or Army region radar stations The SAGE System used crosstelling of SAGE reference track data from the BOMARC AN FSQ 7 to the NIKE Hercules AN FSG 1 s two surveillance and entry consoles 20 and the 9 bunker sites had been selected by June 1957 for coordinating Army batteries intercept of targets within an interior NIKE Defense Area of the USAF sector Deployment of JUSS resulted in several LP Permanent System stations closing and the squadrons relocated to new JUSS RP radar stations at most of the 9 sites where Army Missile Master bunkers were being constructed through December 14 1960 Construction of the Highlands Army Air Defense Site for NY 55DC 4th Q 7 began adjacent to the 1948 Highlands P 9 to use the existing equipment as Missile Master organic radars 20 and in 1961 the 770th Radar Squadron at Palermo LP 54 moved to the existing Ft Meade Nike AADCP W 13DC with USAF RP 54 designation Squadrons moving to new JUSS radar stations included the 635th RADSQ on May 15 1960 to the 1st completed Missile Master bunker Fort Lawton Air Force Station SE 90DC January 21 1960 and 2 JUSS installations used geographically separate radar stations and Missile Master bunkers the new San Pedro Hill RP 39 was TBD miles from the Ft MacArthur bunker completed December 1960 and the new Gibbsboro RP 63 in 1961 later provided 1966 radar tracks to replace the Nike radars at Pedricktown PH 64DC 15 mi 24 km away 1 As at San Pedro Hill ARSR tbd the JUSS radar station at Fort Heath B 21DC the 3rd FSG 1 amp 2nd bunker completed c April 1960 21 also had a 1959 ARSR 1 radar of the FAA in addition to 2 USAF and 2 Army height finder radars 18 Locations Edit Codes for Aerospace Defense Command radar stations in the United States For a list of United States radar stations with the L xx designation prior to the Permanent System radar network see Lashup Radar Network SAGE radar stations were grouped by Air Defense Sectors Air Divisions after 1966 The SAGE System networked the radar stations in over 20 of the sectors using AN FSQ 7 centrals in Direction Centers LP xx designates Permanent System stations using older radar equipment instead of radars deployed at P xx stations P xx designates Priority Permanent System stations completed by May 1952 RP xx designates a replacement of one of the permanent stations M xx designates an initial a station of the 1953 7 semi mobile radar program SM xx designates a station of the 1954 62 second phase mobile radar program TM xx designates a station of the 1957 60 third phase mobile radar program TT x designates the Texas Towers radar tower rigs off the East Coast Z xx is the NORAD identification codeCodes for Aerospace Defense Command radar stations outside the United StatesC xx sites on the Canadian Pinetree Line assigned to ADC G xx sites in Greenland established by Northeast Air Command NEAC reassigned when to ADC redesignated as C xx sites H xx sites in Iceland established by Military Air Transport Service or NEAC reassigned to ADC N xx Pinetree Line sites in Canada transferred from NEAC to ADC in 1957 redesignated as C xx sites Not to be confused with List of SAGE Direction Centers Aerospace Defense Command general surveillance radar stations Perm ID SAGE ID Location ST Coordinates Squadron Activated Inactivated Sector Division Group C 21 Saskatoon Mountain AS AB 55 13 51 N 119 18 19 W 55 23083 N 119 30528 W 55 23083 119 30528 Saskatoon Mountain AS C 21 919th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1963 Spokane 25thTM 196 Z 196 Z 249 Dauphin Island AFS AL 30 15 01 N 088 04 42 W 30 25028 N 88 07833 W 30 25028 88 07833 Dauphin Island AFS TM 196 Z 249 693d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 635th Radar Squadron OL G 630th Radar Squadron OL E 678th Air Defense Group 1959 1972 1970 1980 J 12 specify TM 199 Z 199 Eufaula AFS AL 31 52 53 N 085 15 13 W 31 88139 N 85 25361 W 31 88139 85 25361 Eufaula AFS TM 199 609th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1958 1968TM 197 Z 197 Thomasville AFS AL 31 56 14 N 087 45 03 W 31 93722 N 87 75083 W 31 93722 87 75083 Thomasville AFS TM 197 698th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1958 1969M 91 Z 91 Texarkana AFS AR 33 27 20 N 093 59 53 W 33 45556 N 93 99806 W 33 45556 93 99806 Texarkana AFS M 91 703d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1968SM 143 Walnut Ridge AFS AR 36 07 48 N 090 55 09 W 36 13000 N 90 91917 W 36 13000 90 91917 Walnut Ridge AFS SM 143 725th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1963TM 181 Z 181 Ajo AFS AZ 32 25 52 N 112 56 42 W 32 43111 N 112 94500 W 32 43111 112 94500 Ajo AFS TM 181 612th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1958 1969M 128 Kingman AFS AZ 35 11 51 N 114 02 29 W 35 19750 N 114 04139 W 35 19750 114 04139 Kingman AFS M 128 659th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1958M 92 Z 92 Mount Lemmon AFS AZ 32 26 30 N 110 47 22 W 32 44167 N 110 78944 W 32 44167 110 78944 Mount Lemmon AFS M 92 684th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1969SM 162 Vincent AFB AZ 32 39 15 N 114 35 28 W 32 65417 N 114 59111 W 32 65417 114 59111 Vincent AFB SM 162 864th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1963M 93 Winslow AFS AZ 35 04 49 N 110 50 01 W 35 08028 N 110 83361 W 35 08028 110 83361 Winslow AFS M 93 904th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1955 1963C 20 Baldy Hughes AS BC 55 36 46 N 122 57 16 W 55 61278 N 122 95444 W 55 61278 122 95444 Baldy Hughes AS C 20 918th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1963C 153 Kamloops AS BC 50 48 08 N 120 07 36 W 50 80222 N 120 12667 W 50 80222 120 12667 Kamloops AS C 153 825th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1958 1962C 19 Puntzi Mountain AS BC 52 09 41 N 124 12 22 W 52 16139 N 124 20611 W 52 16139 124 20611 Puntzi Mountain AS C 19 917th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1962M 96 Z 96 Almaden AFS CA 37 09 34 N 121 54 01 W 37 15944 N 121 90028 W 37 15944 121 90028 Almaden AFS M 96 682d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1957 1980P 59 Z 59 Boron AFS CA 35 04 44 N 117 34 45 W 35 07889 N 117 57917 W 35 07889 117 57917 Boron AFS P 59 750th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1952 1975P 2 Z 2 Cambria AFS CA 35 31 20 N 121 03 49 W 35 52222 N 121 06361 W 35 52222 121 06361 Cambria AFS P 2 775th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1980P 48 Hamilton AFB CA 38 03 16 N 122 30 56 W 38 05444 N 122 51556 W 38 05444 122 51556 Hamilton AFB CC 05 724th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1946 1973 San Francisco 28thP 33 Z 33 Klamath AFS CA 41 33 33 N 124 05 10 W 41 55917 N 124 08611 W 41 55917 124 08611 Klamath AFS P 33 777th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1981RP 15 Z 15 Lompoc AFS CA 34 33 57 N 120 30 01 W 34 56583 N 120 50028 W 34 56583 120 50028 Lompoc AFS RP 15 669th Radar Squadron 1963 1968P 74 Z 74 Madera AFS CA 37 02 07 N 120 01 59 W 37 03528 N 120 03306 W 37 03528 120 03306 Madera AFS P 74 774th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1966P 58 Mather AFB CA 38 33 13 N 121 16 08 W 38 55361 N 121 26889 W 38 55361 121 26889 Mather AFB P 58 668th AC amp W Sq until 1961 later 666th Radar Squadron Det 2 1951 1966P 38 Z 38 Mill Valley AFS CA 37 55 26 N 122 35 49 W 37 92389 N 122 59694 W 37 92389 122 59694 Mill Valley AFS P 38 666th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1980 J 33 San Francisco 28thP 76 Z 76 Mount Laguna AFS CA 32 52 36 N 116 24 54 W 32 87667 N 116 41500 W 32 87667 116 41500 Mount Laguna AFS P 76 751st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1952 1981 Los Angeles 27th 751st P 37 Z 37 Point Arena AFS CA 38 53 23 N 123 33 01 W 38 88972 N 123 55028 W 38 88972 123 55028 Point Arena AFS P 37 776th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1998 J 34 SM 157 Z 157 Red Bluff AFS CA 40 08 46 N 122 18 16 W 40 14611 N 122 30444 W 40 14611 122 30444 Red Bluff AFS SM 157 859th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1970P 39 San Clemente Island AFS CA 32 58 37 N 118 33 10 W 32 97694 N 118 55278 W 32 97694 118 55278 San Clemente Island AFS P 39 670th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1960RP 39 Z 39 San Pedro Hill AFS CA 33 44 45 N 118 20 10 W 33 74583 N 118 33611 W 33 74583 118 33611 San Pedro Hill AFS RP 39 670th Radar Squadron 1961 1997 J 31 Los AngelesP 15 Santa Rosa Island AFS CA 33 56 39 N 120 07 07 W 33 94417 N 120 11861 W 33 94417 120 11861 Santa Rosa Island AFS P 15 669th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1963TM 200 Z 200 Cross City AFS FL 29 38 10 N 083 05 55 W 29 63611 N 83 09861 W 29 63611 83 09861 Cross City AFS TM 200 691st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1958 1970 MontgomeryM 114 Z 114 Jacksonville NAS FL 30 13 17 N 081 40 57 W 30 22139 N 81 68250 W 30 22139 81 68250 Jacksonville NAS M 114 679th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1957 1981 MontgomeryZ 209 Key West NAS FL 24 35 05 N 081 41 18 W 24 58472 N 81 68833 W 24 58472 81 68833 Key West NAS Z 209 671st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1962 1988 MontgomeryM 129 Z 129 MacDill AFB FL 27 50 05 N 082 28 19 W 27 83472 N 82 47194 W 27 83472 82 47194 MacDill AFB Z 129 660th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1954 1980 MontgomeryZ 211 Patrick AFB FL 28 12 50 N 080 35 57 W 28 21389 N 80 59917 W 28 21389 80 59917 Patrick AFB Z 211 645th Radar Squadron 1961 1988 MontgomeryZ 210 Richmond AFS FL 25 37 24 N 080 24 16 W 25 62333 N 80 40444 W 25 62333 80 40444 Richmond AFS Z 210 644th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1959 1988 MontgomeryTM 198 Z 198 Tyndall AFB FL 30 04 35 N 085 36 35 W 30 07639 N 85 60972 W 30 07639 85 60972 Tyndall AFB TM 198 678th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1983 Montgomery 678th Thorshavn AS FO 62 04 05 N 006 57 59 W 62 06806 N 6 96639 W 62 06806 6 96639 Thorshavn AS 932d Air Control Squadron 1992 2006M 87 Dobbins AFB GA 33 55 06 N 084 30 16 W 33 91833 N 84 50444 W 33 91833 84 50444 Dobbins AFB M 87 908th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1958M 111 Z 111 Marietta AFS GA 33 54 14 N 084 29 12 W 33 90389 N 84 48667 W 33 90389 84 48667 Marietta AFS M 111 908th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1968 Montgomery 35thM 112 Z 112 Hunter AFB GA 32 01 01 N 081 09 57 W 32 01694 N 81 16583 W 32 01694 81 16583 Hunter AFB M 112 702d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1955 1979SM 165 Flintstone AFS GA 34 57 25 N 085 22 55 W 34 95694 N 85 38194 W 34 95694 85 38194 Flintstone AFS SM 165 867th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1960G 32 Thule AS GL 76 24 14 N 068 43 06 W 76 40389 N 68 71833 W 76 40389 68 71833 Thule AS G 32 931st Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1965G 33 Thule AS GL 78 18 50 N 072 36 35 W 78 31389 N 72 60972 W 78 31389 72 60972 Etah AS GL G 33 931st Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron Det 1 1952 1965G 34 Thule AS GL 79 27 52 N 059 09 01 W 79 46444 N 59 15028 W 79 46444 59 15028 Ice Cap AS GL G 34 931st Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron Det 2 1952 1965M 122 Dallas Center AFS IA 41 43 02 N 093 54 19 W 41 71722 N 93 90528 W 41 71722 93 90528 Dallas Center AFS M 122 650th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1957 Sioux City 30thP 83 Z 83 Waverly AFS IA 42 41 24 N 092 29 04 W 42 69000 N 92 48444 W 42 69000 92 48444 Waverly AFS P 83 788th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1969 Sioux City 30thSM 150 Cottonwood AFS ID 46 04 01 N 116 27 51 W 46 06694 N 116 46417 W 46 06694 116 46417 Cottonwood AFS P 46 822d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1958 1965RP 31 Z 31 Arlington Heights AFS IL 42 03 51 N 087 59 44 W 42 06417 N 87 99556 W 42 06417 87 99556 Arlington Heights AFS RP 31 755th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1960 1969 ChicagoP 70 Z 70 Belleville AFS IL 38 28 32 N 089 54 21 W 38 47556 N 89 90583 W 38 47556 89 90583 Belleville AFS P 70 798th Aircraft Control and Warning Later Radar Squadron 1951 1968 ChicagoSM 137 Carmi AFS IL 38 05 40 N 088 07 01 W 38 09444 N 88 11694 W 38 09444 88 11694 Carmi AFS SM 137 704th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1957P 85 Z 85 Hanna City AFS IL 40 41 56 N 089 49 33 W 40 69889 N 89 82583 W 40 69889 89 82583 Hanna City AFS P 85 791st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1968P 53 Z 53 Rockville AFS IN 39 46 31 N 087 15 24 W 39 77528 N 87 25667 W 39 77528 87 25667 Rockville AFS P 53 782d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1966H 3 Hofn AS IS 64 14 28 N 014 57 43 W 64 24111 N 14 96194 W 64 24111 14 96194 Hofn AS H 3 933d AC amp W 667th AC amp W 1960 Air Defense amp Air Control squadrons 1951 1992H 1A Keflavik AS IS 64 01 18 N 022 39 21 W 64 02167 N 22 65583 W 64 02167 22 65583 Keflavik AS H 1A 932d Air Control Squadron 1992 2006NAS Keflavik IS 63 57 42 N 022 35 30 W 63 96167 N 22 59167 W 63 96167 22 59167 NAS Keflavik 932d Air Control Squadron 1992 2006H 2 Langanes AS IS 66 16 44 N 014 59 37 W 66 27889 N 14 99361 W 66 27889 14 99361 Langanes AS H 2 667th Aircraft Control and Warning later Air Control Squadron 1952 1960H 2A Langanes AS IS 66 08 39 N 015 05 18 W 66 14417 N 15 08833 W 66 14417 15 08833 Langanes AS H 2A 667th Aircraft Control and Warning later Air Control Squadron 1992 2006H 4A Latrar AS IS 66 10 41 N 023 19 41 W 66 17806 N 23 32806 W 66 17806 23 32806 Latrar AS H 4A 934th Air Control Squadron 1992 2006H 1 Rockville AS IS 64 02 07 N 022 39 16 W 64 03528 N 22 65444 W 64 03528 22 65444 Rockville AS H 1 932d AC amp W Air Defense amp Air Control squadrons 1951 1992H 4 Straumnes AS IS 66 25 49 N 023 05 34 W 66 43028 N 23 09278 W 66 43028 23 09278 Straumnes AS H 4 934th AC amp W Air Defense amp Air Control squadrons 1951 1992P 47 Z 47 Hutchinson AFS KS 37 55 34 N 097 53 13 W 37 92611 N 97 88694 W 37 92611 97 88694 Hutchinson AFS P 47 793d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1968P 72 Z 72 Olathe AFS KS 38 50 06 N 094 54 16 W 38 83500 N 94 90444 W 38 83500 94 90444 Waverly AFS P 72 738th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1968M 131 Owingsville AFS KY 38 11 31 N 083 49 01 W 38 19194 N 83 81694 W 38 19194 83 81694 Owingsville AFS M 131 809th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1957P 82 Z 82 Snow Mountain AFS KY 37 53 50 N 086 00 00 W 37 89722 N 86 00000 W 37 89722 86 00000 Snow Mountain AFS P 82 784th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1968M 125 England AFB LA 31 18 52 N 092 31 50 W 31 31444 N 92 53056 W 31 31444 92 53056 England AFB M 125 653d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1963M 126 Z 126 Houma AFS LA 29 33 45 N 090 40 30 W 29 56250 N 90 67500 W 29 56250 90 67500 Houma AFS M 126 657th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1953 1970TM 194 Z 248 Lake Charles AFS LA 30 11 03 N 093 10 33 W 30 18417 N 93 17583 W 30 18417 93 17583 Lake Charles AFS TM 194 812th AC amp W Sq 630th RADSQ OL F 634th RADSQ 678th ADG OL D 1958 1995MM 1 Fort Heath MA 42 23 20 N 070 58 10 W 42 38889 N 70 96944 W 42 38889 70 96944 Fort Heath MM 1 820th Radar Squadron AC amp W Sq 1961 2 1959 1962 22 P 10 Z 10 North Truro AFS MA 42 02 03 N 070 03 15 W 42 03417 N 70 05417 W 42 03417 70 05417 North Truro AFS P 10 762d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1995 762d C 17 Beausejour AS MB 50 08 53 N 096 13 24 W 50 14806 N 96 22333 W 50 14806 96 22333 Beausejour AS C 17 916th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1961SM 171 Andrews AFB MD 38 48 25 N 076 52 56 W 38 80694 N 76 88222 W 38 80694 76 88222 Andrews AFB SM 171 1955 1960 Washington 85thRP 54 Z 227 Ft Meade MD 39 06 59 N 076 43 39 W 39 11639 N 76 72750 W 39 11639 76 72750 Fort Meade RP 54 770th Radar Squadron 1961 1979 WashingtonP 13 Z 13 Brunswick AFS ME 43 53 44 N 069 55 24 W 43 89556 N 69 92333 W 43 89556 69 92333 Brunswick AFS P 13 654th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1965 Bangor 36thM 110 Z 110 Bucks Harbor AFS ME specify 907th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1988 Bangor 36thP 80 Z 80 Caswell AFS ME specify 766th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1952 1979 Bangor 36thP 65 Z 65 Charleston AFS ME 45 05 30 N 069 05 42 W 45 09167 N 69 09500 W 45 09167 69 09500 Charleston AFS P 65 765th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1952 1979 Bangor 36th 765th M 105 Alpena AFS MI 45 05 10 N 083 34 25 W 45 08611 N 83 57361 W 45 08611 83 57361 Alpena AFS M 105 677th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1957P 16 Z 16 Calumet AFS MI 47 22 16 N 088 10 14 W 47 37111 N 88 17056 W 47 37111 88 17056 Calumet AFS P 16 665th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1988 Duluth 29th 665th P 67 Z 67 Custer AFS MI 42 20 32 N 085 16 49 W 42 34222 N 85 28028 W 42 34222 85 28028 Custer AFS P 67 781st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1969P 34 Z 34 Empire AFS MI 44 48 09 N 086 03 11 W 44 80250 N 86 05306 W 44 80250 86 05306 Empire AFS P 34 752d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1978M 109 Grand Marais AFS MI 46 39 49 N 085 59 03 W 46 66361 N 85 98417 W 46 66361 85 98417 Grand Marais AFS M 109 906th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1957P 61 Z 61 Port Austin AFS MI 44 01 49 N 083 00 06 W 44 03028 N 83 00167 W 44 03028 83 00167 Port Austin AFS P 61 754th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1988P 66 Z 66 Sault Ste Marie AFS MI 46 27 26 N 084 23 14 W 46 45722 N 84 38722 W 46 45722 84 38722 Sault Ste Marie AFS P 66 753d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1952 1979P 20 Z 20 Selfridge AFB MI 42 37 40 N 082 49 48 W 42 62778 N 82 83000 W 42 62778 82 83000 SAGE Z 20 Selfridge AFB 23 661st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1974P 23 Willow Run AFS MI 42 14 33 N 083 29 59 W 42 24250 N 83 49972 W 42 24250 83 49972 Willow Run AFS P 23 704th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1960 tbd 30thSM 132 Z 132 Baudette AFS MN 48 40 12 N 094 37 07 W 48 67000 N 94 61861 W 48 67000 94 61861 Baudette AFS SM 132 692d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1958 1979 692d P 18 Z 18 Chandler AFS MN 43 53 50 N 095 56 45 W 43 89722 N 95 94583 W 43 89722 95 94583 Chandler AFS P 18 787th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1969 Duluth 23rdP 69 Z 69 Finland AFS MN 47 27 13 N 091 14 15 W 47 45361 N 91 23750 W 47 45361 91 23750 Finland AFS P 69 756th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1984SM 138 Grand Rapids AFS MN 47 14 25 N 093 30 54 W 47 24028 N 93 51500 W 47 24028 93 51500 Grand Rapids AFS SM 138 707th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1963M 101 Rochester AFS MN 44 04 11 N 092 20 24 W 44 06972 N 92 34000 W 44 06972 92 34000 Rochester AFS M 101 808th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1957P 36 Snelling AFS MN 44 52 14 N 093 12 36 W 44 87056 N 93 21000 W 44 87056 93 21000 Snelling AFS P 36 673rd Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1955 1961 tbd 31stP 17 Z 17 Wadena AFS MN 46 30 55 N 095 06 46 W 46 51528 N 95 11278 W 46 51528 95 11278 Wadena AFS P 17 739th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1953 1970SM 139 Willmar AFS MN 45 08 19 N 095 04 25 W 45 13861 N 95 07361 W 45 13861 95 07361 Willmar AFS SM 139 721st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1961P 68 Fordland AFS MO 37 09 15 N 092 52 33 W 37 15417 N 92 87583 W 37 15417 92 87583 Fordland AFS P 70 797th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1961SM 169 Grandview AFB MO 38 50 41 N 094 32 47 W 38 84472 N 94 54639 W 38 84472 94 54639 Grandview AFB SM 169 31st Air Division 1955 1961P 64 Z 64 Kirksville AFS MO 40 17 52 N 092 34 32 W 40 29778 N 92 57556 W 40 29778 92 57556 Kirksville AFS P 64 790th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1968TM 195 Z 195 Crystal Springs AFS MS 31 58 45 N 090 20 40 W 31 97917 N 90 34444 W 31 97917 90 34444 Crystal Springs AFS TM 195 627th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1958 1968P 24 Z 24 Cut Bank AFS MT 48 56 32 N 112 48 21 W 48 94222 N 112 80583 W 48 94222 112 80583 Cut Bank AFS P 34 681st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1965 Great FallsP 25 Z 25 Havre AFS MT 48 52 51 N 109 56 42 W 48 88083 N 109 94500 W 48 88083 109 94500 Havre AFS P 25 778th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1979 Great Falls 778th TM 179 Z 179 Kalispell AFS MT 48 00 41 N 114 21 53 W 48 01139 N 114 36472 W 48 01139 114 36472 Kalispell AFS TM 179 716th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1959 1978 Great FallsTM 178 Z 178 Lewistown AFS MT 47 13 03 N 109 13 19 W 47 21750 N 109 22194 W 47 21750 109 22194 Lewistown AFS TM 178 694th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1958 1971 Great FallsSM 147 Z 147 Malmstrom AFB MT 47 30 06 N 111 12 12 W 47 50167 N 111 20333 W 47 50167 111 20333 Malmstrom AFB SM 147 801st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1969 1969 1974 Great FallsM 98 Z 98 Miles City AFS MT 46 17 49 N 105 58 42 W 46 29694 N 105 97833 W 46 29694 105 97833 Miles City AFS M 98 902d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1954 1968 Great FallsP 26 Z 26 Opheim AFS MT 48 51 40 N 106 28 40 W 48 86111 N 106 47778 W 48 86111 106 47778 Opheim AFS P 26 779th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1979 Great FallsP 11 Yaak AFS MT 48 51 44 N 115 43 18 W 48 86222 N 115 72167 W 48 86222 115 72167 Yaak AFS P 11 680th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1960 Great FallsM 116 Cherry Point MCAS NC 34 54 10 N 076 53 10 W 34 90278 N 76 88611 W 34 90278 76 88611 herry Point MCAS M 116 614th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1957 1963M 115 Z 115 Fort Fisher AFS NC 33 59 24 N 077 55 06 W 33 99000 N 77 91833 W 33 99000 77 91833 Fort Fisher AFS M 115 701st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1955 1997 701st M 117 Z 117 Roanoke Rapids AFS NC 36 26 23 N 077 43 31 W 36 43972 N 77 72528 W 36 43972 77 72528 Roanoke Rapids AFS M 117 632d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1978M 130 Z 130 Winston Salem AFS NC 36 02 30 N 080 08 18 W 36 04167 N 80 13833 W 36 04167 80 13833 Winston Salem AFS M 130 810th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1970TM 177 TM 177B Z 177 n a Dickinson AFS Alexander 24 ND 46 55 14 N 102 43 56 W 46 92056 N 102 73222 W 46 92056 102 73222 Dickinson AFS TM 177 specify 706th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1958 1960 1965 1967P 29 Z 29 Finley AFS ND 47 30 57 N 097 52 07 W 47 51583 N 97 86861 W 47 51583 97 86861 Finley AFS P 29 785th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1979P 27 Z 27 Fortuna AFS ND 48 54 14 N 103 52 00 W 48 90389 N 103 86667 W 48 90389 103 86667 Fortuna AFS P 27 780th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1984 780th P 28 P 28A P 28D Z 28 Minot AFS Niobe Regan ND 48 00 13 N 101 17 40 W 48 00361 N 101 29444 W 48 00361 101 29444 Minot AFS P 28 24 786th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1952 04 1957 10 1959 01 1979 07 01 1968 06 1968 06 24 SM 133 Z 133 Hastings AFS NE 40 34 48 N 098 17 24 W 40 58000 N 98 29000 W 40 58000 98 29000 Hastings AFS SM 133 625th Radar Squadron 1962 1968 Sioux City 30thP 71 Z 71 Omaha AFS NE 41 21 39 N 096 01 28 W 41 36083 N 96 02444 W 41 36083 96 02444 Omaha AFS P 71 789th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1968 Kansas City 30thM 104 Rye AFS NH 43 02 41 N 070 42 51 W 43 04472 N 70 71417 W 43 04472 70 71417 Rye AFS M 104 644th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1956 1957P 9 Z 9 Highlands AFS NJ 40 23 29 N 073 59 38 W 40 39139 N 73 99389 W 40 39139 73 99389 Highlands AFS P 9 646th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1948 1966 New York 21stRP 63 Z 63 Gibbsboro AFS NJ 39 49 27 N 074 57 16 W 39 82417 N 74 95444 W 39 82417 74 95444 Gibbsboro AFS RP 63 P 9A 772d Radar Squadron 1961 1994 New York 21stP 54 Z 54 Palermo AFS NJ 39 13 19 N 074 41 14 W 39 22194 N 74 68722 W 39 22194 74 68722 Palermo AFS Z 54 770th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 680th Radar Squadron 1951 1970 New York 21stN 27 Cartwright AS NL 53 43 28 N 056 57 51 W 53 72444 N 56 96417 W 53 72444 56 96417 Cartwright AS N 27 922d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1968N 28 Hopedale AS NL 55 27 59 N 060 13 47 W 55 46639 N 60 22972 W 55 46639 60 22972 Hopedale AS N 28 923d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1957N 24 Melville AS NL 53 17 45 N 060 32 24 W 53 29583 N 60 54000 W 53 29583 60 54000 Melville AS N 24 641st Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1971N 22 Red Cliff AS NL 47 38 20 N 052 40 02 W 47 63889 N 52 66722 W 47 63889 52 66722 Red Cliff AS N 22 642d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1961N 26 Saint Anthony AS NL 51 20 59 N 055 36 29 W 51 34972 N 55 60806 W 51 34972 55 60806 Saint Anthony AS N 26 921st Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1968N 23 Stephenville AS NL 48 35 21 N 058 39 51 W 48 58917 N 58 66417 W 48 58917 58 66417 Stephenville AS N 23 640th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1971N 29 Saglek AS NL 58 29 19 N 062 35 08 W 58 48861 N 62 58556 W 58 48861 62 58556 Saglek AS N 29 924th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1970P 7 Continental Divide AFS NM 35 23 21 N 108 21 12 W 35 38917 N 108 35333 W 35 38917 108 35333 Continental Divide AFS P 7 769th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1961P 41 Kirtland AFB NM 35 03 12 N 106 35 15 W 35 05333 N 106 58750 W 35 05333 106 58750 Kirtland AFB P 41 690th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1962 Albuquerque 34thM 95 Las Cruces AFS NM 32 15 34 N 106 58 36 W 32 25944 N 106 97667 W 32 25944 106 97667 Las Cruces AFS M 95 685th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1963P 51 Moriarty AFS NM 35 01 50 N 105 49 00 W 35 03056 N 105 81667 W 35 03056 105 81667 Moriarty AFS P 51 768th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1961P 8 Tierra Amarilla AFS NM 36 37 24 N 106 39 50 W 36 62333 N 106 66389 W 36 62333 106 66389 Tierra Amarilla AFS P 8 767th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1959M 90 Walker AFB NM 33 18 34 N 104 32 54 W 33 30944 N 104 54833 W 33 30944 104 54833 Walker AFB M 90 686th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1963M 94 Z 94 West Mesa AFS NM 35 04 19 N 106 52 12 W 35 07194 N 106 87000 W 35 07194 106 87000 West Mesa AFS M 94 687th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1956 1968C 102 Barrington AS NS 43 27 08 N 065 28 17 W 43 45222 N 65 47139 W 43 45222 65 47139 Barrington AS C 102 672d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1956 1962N 31 Frobisher Bay AB NT 63 46 50 N 068 32 38 W 63 78056 N 68 54389 W 63 78056 68 54389 Frobisher Bay AB N 31 926th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1961N 30 Resolution Island AS NT 61 35 47 N 064 38 18 W 61 59639 N 64 63833 W 61 59639 64 63833 Resolution Island AS N 30 920th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1961SM 156 Z 156 Fallon AFS NV 39 24 19 N 118 43 19 W 39 40528 N 118 72194 W 39 40528 118 72194 Fallon NAS SM 156 858th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1975 Reno 858th SM 163 Z 163 Las Vegas AFS NV 36 19 07 N 115 34 31 W 36 31861 N 115 57528 W 36 31861 115 57528 Las Vegas AFS SM 163 865th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1969SM 164 Z 164 Tonopah AFS NV 38 03 06 N 117 13 32 W 38 05167 N 117 22556 W 38 05167 117 22556 Tonopah AFS SM 164 866th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1970 to FAA 25 Reno 858th M 127 Z 127 Winnemucca AFS NV 41 00 40 N 117 46 03 W 41 01111 N 117 76750 W 41 01111 117 76750 Winnemucca AFS M 127 658th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1968P 21 Z 21 Lockport AFS NY 43 08 25 N 078 50 05 W 43 14028 N 78 83472 W 43 14028 78 83472 Lockport AFS P 21 763d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1979 SyracuseP 45 Z 45 Montauk AFS NY 41 03 46 N 071 52 23 W 41 06278 N 71 87306 W 41 06278 71 87306 Montauk AFS P 45 773d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1948 1981P 3 Roslyn AFS NY 40 47 47 N 073 37 37 W 40 79639 N 73 62694 W 40 79639 73 62694 Roslyn AFS P 3 645th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1958 New York 26thP 50 Z 50 Saratoga Springs AFS NY 43 00 41 N 073 40 57 W 43 01139 N 73 68250 W 43 01139 73 68250 Saratoga Springs AFS P 50 656th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1977P 49 Z 49 Watertown AFS NY 43 55 31 N 075 54 33 W 43 92528 N 75 90917 W 43 92528 75 90917 Watertown AFS P 49 655th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1979 SyracuseP 73 Z 73 Bellefontaine AFS OH 40 22 20 N 083 43 10 W 40 37222 N 83 71944 W 40 37222 83 71944 Bellefontaine AFS P 73 664th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 04 1969SM 170 Wright Patterson AFB OH 39 47 39 N 084 03 20 W 39 79417 N 84 05556 W 39 79417 84 05556 Wright Patterson AFB SM 170 58th Air Division 1955 1958P 77 Bartlesville AFS OK 36 45 44 N 096 02 18 W 36 76222 N 96 03833 W 36 76222 96 03833 Bartlesville AFS P 77 796th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1961P 52 Z 52 Oklahoma City AFS OK 35 24 12 N 097 21 28 W 35 40333 N 97 35778 W 35 40333 97 35778 Oklahoma City AFS P 52 746th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1969 Oklahoma City 31stP 62 Brookfield AFS OH 41 13 09 N 080 33 43 W 41 21917 N 80 56194 W 41 21917 80 56194 Brookfield AFS P 62 662d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1959C 15 Armstrong AS ON 50 18 19 N 089 00 49 W 50 30528 N 89 01361 W 50 30528 89 01361 Armstrong AS C 15 914th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1962C 119 Lowther AS ON 49 33 21 N 082 59 31 W 49 55583 N 82 99194 W 49 55583 82 99194 Lowther AS C 119 639th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1956 1963C 14 Pagwa AS ON 50 01 04 N 085 15 06 W 50 01778 N 85 25167 W 50 01778 85 25167 Pagwa AS C 14 913th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1963C 10 Ramore AS ON 48 25 37 N 080 14 30 W 48 42694 N 80 24167 W 48 42694 80 24167 Ramore AS C 10 912th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1962C 16 Sioux Lookout AS ON 50 04 59 N 092 00 08 W 50 08306 N 92 00222 W 50 08306 92 00222 Sioux Lookout AS C 16 915th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1962SM 149 Z 149 Baker AFS OR 44 35 11 N 117 47 14 W 44 58639 N 117 78722 W 44 58639 117 78722 Baker AFS SM 149 821st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1959 1968M 118 Z 118 Burns AFS OR 43 33 45 N 119 09 05 W 43 56250 N 119 15139 W 43 56250 119 15139 Burns AFS M 118 634th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1955 1970P 32 Z 32 Condon AFS OR 45 14 12 N 120 18 06 W 45 23667 N 120 30167 W 45 23667 120 30167 Condon AFS P 32 636th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1970TM 180 Z 180 Keno AFS OR 42 04 08 N 121 58 20 W 42 06889 N 121 97222 W 42 06889 121 97222 Keno AFS TM 180 827th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1957 1979 827th M 100 Z 100 Mount Hebo AFS OR 45 12 57 N 123 45 28 W 45 21583 N 123 75778 W 45 21583 123 75778 Mount Hebo AFS M 100 689th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1957 1979P 12 Z 12 North Bend AFS OR 43 32 00 N 124 10 35 W 43 53333 N 124 17639 W 43 53333 124 17639 North Bend AFS P 12 761st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1980P 30 Z 30 Benton AFS PA 41 21 30 N 076 17 40 W 41 35833 N 76 29444 W 41 35833 76 29444 Benton AFS P 30 648th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1975P 63 Claysburg AFS PA 40 17 15 N 078 33 50 W 40 28750 N 78 56389 W 40 28750 78 56389 Claysburg AFS P 63 772d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1961RP 62 Z 62 Oakdale AFS PA 40 23 50 N 080 09 40 W 40 39722 N 80 16111 W 40 39722 80 16111 Oakdale AFB RP 62 662d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1959 1969SM 159 Z 159 Aiken AFS SC 33 38 46 N 081 40 36 W 33 64611 N 81 67667 W 33 64611 81 67667 Aiken AFS SM 159 861st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1955 1975M 113 Z 113 North Charleston AFS SC 32 53 44 N 080 01 20 W 32 89556 N 80 02222 W 32 89556 80 02222 North Charleston AFS M 113 792d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1955 1980M 97 Ellsworth AFB SD 44 09 16 N 103 05 03 W 44 15444 N 103 08417 W 44 15444 103 08417 Ellsworth AFB M 97 740th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1953 1962M 99 Z 99 Gettysburg AFS SD 45 02 59 N 099 57 22 W 45 04972 N 99 95611 W 45 04972 99 95611 Gettysburg AFS M 99 903d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1968SM 134 Z 134 Pickstown AFS SD 43 04 59 N 098 28 31 W 43 08306 N 98 47528 W 43 08306 98 47528 Pickstown AFS SM 134 695th Radar Squadron 1961 1968P 42 Lake City AFS TN 36 11 54 N 084 13 50 W 36 19833 N 84 23056 W 36 19833 84 23056 Lake City AFS P 42 663d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1961SM 145 Joelton AFS TN 36 20 12 N 086 51 40 W 36 33667 N 86 86111 W 36 33667 86 86111 Joelton AFS SM 145 799th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1956 1961M 88 Z 88 Amarillo AFB TX 35 14 46 N 101 39 25 W 35 24611 N 101 65694 W 35 24611 101 65694 Amarillo AFB M 88 688th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1968P 78 Duncanville AFS TX 32 38 55 N 096 54 25 W 32 64861 N 96 90694 W 32 64861 96 90694 Duncanville AFS P 78 745th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1952 1964TM 188 Eagle Pass AFS TX 28 51 36 N 100 31 37 W 28 86000 N 100 52694 W 28 86000 100 52694 Eagle Pass AFS TM 188 733d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1957 1963P 79 Z 79 Z 240 Ellington AFB TX 29 36 56 N 095 10 23 W 29 61556 N 95 17306 W 29 61556 95 17306 Ellington AFB P 79 747th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron OL C 630th Radar Squadron 1952 1979TM 192 Killeen AFS TX 31 03 04 N 097 51 45 W 31 05111 N 97 86250 W 31 05111 97 86250 Killeen AFS TM 192 814th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1957 1961P 75 Z 75 Z 241 Lackland AFB TX 29 23 17 N 098 37 59 W 29 38806 N 98 63306 W 29 38806 98 63306 Lackland AFB P 75 741st Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron OL D 630th Radar Squadron 1953 1972 1969 1976TM 193 Lufkin AFS TX 31 25 17 N 094 48 10 W 31 42139 N 94 80278 W 31 42139 94 80278 Lufkin AFS TM 193 815th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1957 1961TM 187 Ozona AFS TX 30 42 15 N 101 07 00 W 30 70417 N 101 11667 W 30 70417 101 11667 Ozona AFS TM 187 732d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1963RP 78 Z 78 Perrin AFS TX 33 42 17 N 096 38 54 W 33 70472 N 96 64833 W 33 70472 96 64833 Perrin AFS RP 78 745th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1964 1969TM 190 Port Isabel AFS TX 26 09 20 N 097 20 16 W 26 15556 N 97 33778 W 26 15556 97 33778 Port Isabel AFS TM 190 811th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1958 1961TM 186 Pyote AFS TX 31 28 40 N 103 10 06 W 31 47778 N 103 16833 W 31 47778 103 16833 Pyote AFS TM 186 697th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1958 1963TM 192 Rockport AFS TX 28 05 30 N 097 02 45 W 28 09167 N 97 04583 W 28 09167 97 04583 Rockport AFS TM 191 813th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1958 1963M 89 Z 89 Sweetwater AFS TX 32 27 48 N 100 28 24 W 32 46333 N 100 47333 W 32 46333 100 47333 Sweetwater AFS M 89 683d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1956 1969TM 189 Zapata AFS TX 26 57 08 N 099 16 31 W 26 95222 N 99 27528 W 26 95222 99 27528 Zapata AFS TM 189 742d Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1957 1961M 121 Z 121 Bedford AFS VA 37 31 02 N 079 30 37 W 37 51722 N 79 51028 W 37 51722 79 51028 Bedford AFS M 121 649th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1954 1975P 56 P 56A P 56B P 56C Z 56 Z 56A Z 56B Z 56C Cape Charles AFS Temperanceville Bethany Beach Elizabeth City VA VA DE NC 37 07 58 N 075 57 11 W 37 13278 N 75 95306 W 37 13278 75 95306 Cape Charles AFS P 56 37 51 38 N 075 33 28 W 37 86056 N 75 55778 W 37 86056 75 55778 38 31 35 N 075 06 26 W 38 52639 N 75 10722 W 38 52639 75 10722 36 14 46 N 076 15 20 W 36 24611 N 76 25556 W 36 24611 76 25556 771st Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1981 RP 55 Z 55 Manassas AFS VA 38 37 40 N 077 26 18 W 38 62778 N 77 43833 W 38 62778 77 43833 Manassas AFS P 55 647th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1955 1965 WashingtonM 103 Lyndonville AFS VT 44 39 55 N 071 46 16 W 44 66528 N 71 77111 W 44 66528 71 77111 Lyndonville AFS M 103 911th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1963P 14 Z 14 Saint Albans AFS VT 44 46 54 N 073 03 56 W 44 78167 N 73 06556 W 44 78167 73 06556 Saint Albans AFS P 14 764th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1979P 46 Z 46 Blaine AFS WA 48 54 51 N 122 43 56 W 48 91417 N 122 73222 W 48 91417 122 73222 Blaine AFS P 46 757th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1979P 60 Colville AFS WA 48 35 27 N 117 35 19 W 48 59083 N 117 58861 W 48 59083 117 58861 Colville AFS P 60 760th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1961P 6 Curlew AFS WA 48 52 38 N 118 47 08 W 48 87722 N 118 78556 W 48 87722 118 78556 Curlew AFS P 6 638th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1959RP 1 Fort Lawton AFS WA 47 39 27 N 122 24 47 W 47 65750 N 122 41306 W 47 65750 122 41306 Fort Lawton RP 1 635th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1960 1963SM 172 Geiger Field WA 47 37 23 N 117 30 52 W 47 62306 N 117 51444 W 47 62306 117 51444 Geiger Field SM 172 specify 1954 1958 Spokane 9th 26 L 29 Larson AFB WA 47 12 28 N 119 19 13 W 47 20778 N 119 32028 W 47 20778 119 32028 Larson AFB L 29 637th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1950 1952 gt P 44 Z 44 Makah AFS WA 48 22 18 N 124 40 30 W 48 37167 N 124 67500 W 48 37167 124 67500 Makah AFS P 44 758th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1982P 1 McChord AFB WA 47 07 25 N 122 29 32 W 47 12361 N 122 49222 W 47 12361 122 49222 McChord AFB P 1 635th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1960 Seattle 25thSM 151 Z 151 Mica Peak AFS WA 47 34 26 N 117 04 52 W 47 57389 N 117 08111 W 47 57389 117 08111 Mica Peak AFS SM 151 823d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1956 1975P 57 Z 57 Naselle AFS WA 46 25 19 N 123 47 53 W 46 42194 N 123 79806 W 46 42194 123 79806 Naselle AFS P 57 759th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1966P 40 Z 40 Othello AFS WA 46 43 18 N 119 10 23 W 46 72167 N 119 17306 W 46 72167 119 17306 Othello AFS P 40 637th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1975 637th P 19 Z 19 Antigo AFS WI 45 02 54 N 089 14 02 W 45 04833 N 89 23389 W 45 04833 89 23389 Antigo AFS P 19 676th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1977P 35 Z 35 Osceola AFS WI 45 15 05 N 092 38 34 W 45 25139 N 92 64278 W 45 25139 92 64278 Osceola AFS P 35 674th Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1975M 106 Two Creeks AFS WI 44 19 28 N 087 34 45 W 44 32444 N 87 57917 W 44 32444 87 57917 Two Creeks AFS M 106 700th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1954 1957 Chicago 20thP 31 Williams Bay AFS WI 42 37 01 N 088 32 19 W 42 61694 N 88 53861 W 42 61694 88 53861 Williams Bay AFS P 31 755th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron 1951 1960P 43 Z 43 Guthrie AFS WV 38 26 35 N 081 40 50 W 38 44306 N 81 68056 W 38 44306 81 68056 Guthrie AFS P 43 783d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron 1951 1968TM 201 Z 201 Sundance AFS WY 44 28 43 N 104 27 06 W 44 47861 N 104 45167 W 44 47861 104 45167 Sundance AFS TM 201 731st Radar Squadron 1960 1968TT 2 Texas Tower No 2 41 44 00 N 067 47 00 W 41 73333 N 67 78333 W 41 73333 67 78333 Texas Tower No 2 TT 2 762d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron Annex 1958 1963 New York 21stTT 3 Texas Tower No 3 40 45 00 N 069 19 00 W 40 75000 N 69 31667 W 40 75000 69 31667 Texas Tower No 3 TT 3 773d Aircraft Control and Warning later Radar Squadron Annex 1958 1963 New York 21stTT 4 Texas Tower No 4 39 48 00 N 072 40 00 W 39 80000 N 72 66667 W 39 80000 72 66667 Texas Tower No 4 TT 4 646th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron Annex 1959 1961 New York 21stReplacement EditMany of the SAGE radar stations particularly the locations with Air Route Surveillance Radars e g San Pedro Hill Z 39 were retained when the SAGE System was replaced by the Joint Surveillance System for which the USAF declared full operational capability of the 1st 7 Regional Operational Control Centers ROCCs on December 23 1980 27 the NORAD Command Center was also upgraded SAGE radar stations discontinued in 1980 included Almaden activated 1957 Cambria 1951 Dauphin Island 1959 MacDill 1954 Mill Valley 1951 North Bend 1951 and North Charleston 1955 and stations eventually transferring to the Federal Aviation Administration included Mill Valley Air Force Station External image CDTS OA 1204 amp 367 consolesSee also EditPermanent System radar stations Joint Surveillance SystemReferences Edit Topsham AFS Cold War Relics 2009 Archived from the original on 2010 06 12 Retrieved 2013 02 19 the SAGE block house was bulldozed in 1985 image of entrance sign with arrow Bangor North American Air Defense Sector a b History of Strategic and Ballistic Missile Defense 1945 1955 Volume I PDF LASHUP Stations were undermanned personnel lacked training and repair and maintenance were difficult This stop gap system later would be replaced by a 75 station permanent net authorized by Congress and approved by the President in 1949 To be closer to ConAC ARAACOM moved to Mitchel AFB New York on 1 November 1950 a b c d Schaffel Kenneth 1991 Emerging Shield The Air Force and the Evolution of Continental Air Defense 1945 1960 45MB pdf General Histories Report Office of Air Force History ISBN 0 912799 60 9 Retrieved 2011 09 26 a b In Your Defense digitized movie Morton Colonel John narrator Western Electric Retrieved 2012 04 03 CS1 maint others in cite AV media notes link Cully George Pasch Andreas MX 1000 to MX 1499 Listing Designation Systems net Retrieved 2013 03 04 Semi Automatic Ground Environment SAGE Weapons of Mass Destruction WMD GlobalSecurity org Retrieved 2013 03 04 In 1958 Air Defense Command established a Semi Automatic Ground Environment SAGE sector at Minot AFB which was activated in June 1961 However as SAC s mission continued to grow at Minot ownership passed from ADC to SAC and the SAGE center was deactivated in May 1963 Electronic Brain Slated To Arrive Google News Archive Tri City Herald November 3 1958 Retrieved 2012 04 02 floor by floor diagram of SAGE DC copy of military diagram in the Atlantic publisher tbd retrieved 2013 02 16 a b c compiled by Johnson Mildred W 31 December 1980 February 1973 original by Cornett Lloyd H Jr A Handbook of Aerospace Defense Organization 1946 1980 PDF Peterson Air Force Base Office of History Aerospace Defense Center p verification needed Retrieved 2012 03 26 Boston Harbor Mass Fort Heath Grovers Cliff Map Cartography by tbd Revision of Feb 17 1921 edition of March 4 1914 Check date values in date help Arctic Tower at Walker AFB Display site Farr C W 29 August 1957 Group Leaders Meeting 19 August 1957 Memorandum 6L 317 Lexington 73 MIT Division 6 Lincoln Laboratory retrieved 2013 03 01 Jacobs read a communication forwarded from the 4620th AEW concerning meeting September 9th at Colorado Springs concerning tie in of AAOCs with SAGE plans for BOMARC test firings at Patrick Gunter and McGuire ESS tests using live strike aircraft to obtain quantitative data on the improved tracking logic for SAGE He emphasized the experimental nature of the tests and indicated the preference for console operation directly by Lincoln engineers rather than through Air Force operators CS1 maint location link Freeman Paul 2013 01 22 Eastern New Jersey Abandoned amp Little Known Airfields Airfields Freeman com Retrieved 2013 03 04 the 12 3 59 Boeing IM 99A Bases Manual depicted the facility in its original configuration with 56 individual BOMARC A Model II Launcher Shelters The Ground to Air Transmitter site which provided missile guidance was depicted one mile to the northwest Figure 3 1 Typical Situation Display CRT Faceplate diagram US military contractor specify retrieved 2012 02 16 PEN4 FAD QUEZ P BOX 34NY FOX PKMP BED Berhow Mark A Gustafson David 2011 2002 Fort MacArthur PDF Report electronic ed Fort MacArthur Military Press p 55 Archived from the original PDF on 2012 04 15 Retrieved 2012 05 25 a b Winkler David F Webster Julie L June 1997 Searching the Skies The Legacy of the United States Cold War Defense Radar Program Report U S Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratories LCCN 97020912 Retrieved 2012 03 26 BUIC II radar sites would be capable of incorporating data feeds from other radar sectors directly onto their radar screens a b Butler Gerald W Shaner Mary Shaner Richard Shaner Richard May 2001 The Guns of Boston Harbor ISBN 9780759647305 Retrieved 2013 03 01 In 1958 the Federal Aviation Administration FAA constructed long range acquisition radar at Fort Heath Commissioned in 1959 the ARSR 1 radar was used to track aircraft 220 miles distant for flight following purposes the army and air force also used this surveillance radar for Air Defense Control and Coordination Systems ADCCS To Congress Today Missile Master Plan is Readied Google News Archive Sarasota Herald Tribune June 12 1959 Retrieved 2011 09 20 Windsor Daily Star article Peek Slated At Missile Master Plan Retrieved 2011 09 28 a b c Missile Master field manual format requires url help FM44 1 United States Army February 1963 AN FSG 1 f Utilizes reference track data from local radars and voice communications with the NORAD sector direction center NSDC or GC 1 station when SAGE data is unavailable 22 Normal Tracking The S amp E officers and the trackers monitor the SAGE reference track data at NORAD SAGE direction centers personnel operate the air defense artillery director ADAD consoles An Army field grade officer serves as the ADA battle staff officer on the NORAD sector commander s operational staff 34 General The two surveillance and entry consoles are separated by a channel status unit Missile Master organic radars SAGE SELECTOR two position switch Selects SAGE 1 or SAGE 2 primary or secondary SAGE DC as the source of SAGE data 45 Range Height Subsystem a Equipment The range height equipment consists of two RHI consoles fig 15 and two antenna control units Boston Center May Control Conn Missiles Google news archive Meriden Record July 15 1960 Retrieved 2013 03 04 Base is Dedicated Blue Room at Missile Master Gives Eerie But Secure Feeling PDF Red Bank Register Red Bank New Jersey June 7 1960 pp 1 2 Retrieved 2011 09 30 RADAR SCANNER at Missile Master atop Highlands hills tells the height of aircraft or other flying objects It is one of the smaller pieces of radar equipment replaces a manuel sic operations center at Fort Wadsworth Staten Island where Gen Hewitt s headquarters the 52d Artillery Brigade Air Defense also known as the New York Defense In addition to the New York area Missile Master sites are now operational in the Baltimore Washington area Seattle and Boston A Detroit installation will open this week citation needed a b Google map coordinates of remaining SAGE radar station structures e g at Selfridge Military Air Museum cf the Missile Master bunker coordinates a b c Information for Minot AFS ND Proposed IAO DTE Resource Availability Report c 1970 An Air Force radar facility at Tonopah Nevada is being released by the Air Force to the Federal Aviation Agency ADC has a BUIC III radar facility installed and operating at Fallon This semi automated ground environment system permits several other radars to be tied into it Information for Geiger Field WA Radomes org database webpage Air Defense Radar Stations Retrieved 2013 03 04 9 ADD the 9th Air Division was activated October 8 1954 at Geiger Field Volume I Del Papa Dr E Michael Warner Mary P October 1987 A Historical Chronology of the Electronic Systems Division 1947 1986 PDF Report Retrieved 2012 07 19 so called Semi Automatic Direction Center System later known as Semi Automatic Ground Environment System in essence the Lincoln Transition System Retrieved from https en wikipedia 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