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My most memorable one was the loss of the Challenger. I am one of Buddy Emard's daughters, following (somewhat) in my father's footsteps.I ws working one of the consoles in what was then Central Control, and witnessed the explosion on closed circuit TV. A lot of water has gone under the bridge since then. I have worked at Ascension Radars (1990-1992), Antigua Radar (2006-2010), Patrick Radar (2010-2014), Radar/Command Planner (2014-present).On Ascension, I was there when we were the last station to track SKYLAB - it should have been a visual as it burned up but all my pictures just show the clouds it was behind. However, I do recall Narvea Gardner, a black man who taught me much about dignity and perseverance. Comments: Worked as the SCO on Redstone May 1967 to May 1969. I was a fisheries Biologist and ran research programs on the Columbia R.Many many stories I can tell and I have some photos... I believe I was the first/only woman on the softball team on Grand Turk, I lived in town rather than in barracks, I witnessed a tropical storm and could barely make it walking to work, helped a local master diver Paul (Hendrickson? I could go on, but I am currently planning a 2 or 3 month trip in early 2018 to go back and explore more. Comments: I was trying to find my (much) earlier entry to the RR book. I transferred (briefly) to the Radar Engineering Dept. Took leave of absence from FAA to join Redstone in Quincy, MA. utilizing Hydroacoustic Techniques to evaluate juvenile salmon passage at multiple Corps Dams. Discount food and drinks with name tag that you get when you sign in. Comments: Viewing the RR Sign in book, noticed I have an old email address. Thanks to Lee Barn for his email (RE: King Halikman) which got me back into interest in the RR history and Joe's great accomplishment with this site.Last trip to Ascension in 1968 was to replace TACAN so that 4 aircraft loaded with mercenaries could fly to and back from the Belgian Congo to rescue US Embassy personnel.Left USAF & worked for North American Rockwell at KSC. Comments: My first job after four years in the Air Force was with RCA Missile Test Project.I worked indoors at Antigua, but was in Shipping and Receiving at San Sal, driving a truck and forklift, mostly loading and unloading C-54s, but also delivering ballistic cameras to and from their setup sites. Before Pan Am, I worked a short time for RCA at Patrick AFB.

Sailed on a very rough trip on the Arnold from Hawaii to dry dock near San Francisco.) with the infrequent tour groups, helped build a diver's catamaran/diving platform to accomodate a large group (paint was wet when the arrived), played beer ball at the southern Air Force base (you get a beer at first base and your run does not count if it is not empty at home plate), participated in the land crab race (Coast Guard entry requested a forklift to meet the plane to offload their crab), frequented the very small Enlisted Man's bar way too much, learned tennis on the adjacent court, Capt Atkins taught sailing classes on Sunfishes (which gave me confidence to own 3 Hobie cast and then a 38' Morgan sailboat that I lived on in S. but then was Shanghied by Wally to go on the Twin Falls tracking ship. Left RCA in '78 from the MADOS contract in Maryland, and worked for OAO Corp for 25 years, retiring from Lockheed Martin in 2004. Thanks for the site." Comments: I WENT to work in 1955. We sailed to Cape Canaveral first stopping in NJ for work on the ship. We live on 30 acres on the Mc Kenzie River about 50 miles east of Eugene, Oregon. Comments: Ships/Range Rats party on Sunday, April 23 starting at 12 noon at Baja Seafood and Chowder in Port Canaveral. Comments: I lived in Antigua from 1966 to 1972 while my dad worked at the tracking station there.Supported off Florida , moved to Miami Beach, supported off Bermuca and the Sargasso Sea. His name was Verlin Steve Norris and he worked for RCA. Unfortunately, he passed away in 2014 at the age of 73.My function was to do the Purchasing of all food Products items and specialty products,consumables and dry goods for the Eastern Test Range through out the Bahamas, Antigua, Ascension Island and Mahe in the Seychelle Islands. Jerry Ledford my Supervisor actually presented me with a certificate called Range Rats International as I was responsible to manage all the purchasing at the commissary out port and strategic purchasing at Patrick Airforce Base, Florida. Comments: Moved to Patrick AFB in 1964 assigned to 2862 GEEIA Squardon as part of "Rilley's Range Runners".As a Ground Radio technician I helped install the HF receiver site at the Cape as well as the HF transmitter site at Ascension.

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