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Connie said:   February 26, 2011 1:00 pm PST
Are you looking for local area shelters?

Dan Perrone said:   February 16, 2011 11:35 pm PST
I've been looking into solving the hometown rumors of a missile control facility in Milford, CT, and your site provides the most evidence yet to the affirmative. As a history major at SCSU and with a fiance who is an amateur photographer, we're always looking for great old places to visit, and we're looking forward to exploring the history of the Milford site.

Joe.N said:   January 19, 2011 10:50 pm PST
Hi Michael B, you still haven't answered my question"So which of the photos that I submitted are not correct ". Also sounds like your just Blowing smoke here. Your directions seem a bit poor"Home page/MILITARY FACILITIES" shows no photos but"Home page/MILITARY FACILITIES/Nike ABM sites" will have a page that has pictures. Counting down from the first photo which is a picture of Nike Ajax missiles to #10 photo is a picture of a fence with a sign warning of sentry dogs. None of those pictures say they are from East Windsor Ct. Those photos I had taken are the only Radar in the IFC area and it was still there till May of 1962 when I left for another Battery in California. There was no TRR here at the time. When you make a statement Like "This is what East Windsor site looked like when I was driven through the main gate. " you seem more like a Visitor ,Not one of the personnel stationed at the site. So Michael B I'm asking you "What did you do there??" Joe N.

Jeff D said:   January 13, 2011 6:57 pm PST
I've searched this subject for a long time atleast since 2000.. Im 26.. Horse Ridge Cellars was actually alot more then said.. a friend I have known for awhile actually flew the Vice P in a helo there in the 70's.. Your site is on point.

Michael B. said:   December 21, 2010 2:59 pm PST
Hi Joe N. I have been busy, and unable to get back to you in a timely manner. If you go to the home page and click on MILITARY FACILITIES and scroll down to picture #10. This is what East windsor site looked like when I was driven through the main gate. There were 4 radar towers. MTR< TTR< TRR and the Acq. Some time in 1962 there has to major construction done before I arrived in late 1962. If you scroll down to picture # 16 last column you will see that Zeus was built. They were built in 1952.Toward my last year 1965 there was a conversion over to Zeus. The payloads were changed during TPI. BMEWS was already installed.

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