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I was CO 1965/66. Enjoyed the tour. I wrote a book about the experience. "What Rotten Eggs"

Daniel M. White
1/22/2023 12:00:00 AM


Served on Hokkaido as EM2 from 1/66 - 1/67. If you had to serve on LORAN Sta. it got no better than this. With the possible exception of Yap.

Harold Wagner
1/14/2023 12:00:00 AM


My father Charles B. Glass was CO of Loran Station Cape Atholl in Greenland 1958-59. He would love to get in contact with anyone here who he might have known back then. He just turned 89 years old and still speaks of his year in the Artic!

Amy Glass
12/26/2022 12:00:00 AM


All veterans should study the Pact Act 2022. In my case I found it covers all US Military bases in Thailand. I filed a claim. Google "Pact Act 2022"

Christopher Dailey
9/2/2022 12:00:00 AM


I was Stationed at lorsta Dana Indiana, June 1992-June 1994 (Ops Boss). Checked out station site this week, it is completely overgrown an impassable, tower still standing.

George Wood
8/31/2022 12:00:00 AM


It has been awhile since I have checked this site out.i was stationed on Lorsta A/C Johnston Island Jun/1970 to Aug/1971, Lormonsta Shetland Island Apr/1974 to May/1976, Lorsta Attu Island Nov/1985 to Nov 1986, Lorsta Carolina Beach Dec/1986 to Oct/1989. Would like to heart from anyone that was stationed with me.

Charles (Chuck) Reimer
8/27/2022 12:00:00 AM


LORAN-C Hokkaido 1977 - 1978 MK2 - "Animal" Best year of duty, I remember Kirin beer, wine festivals, the motorcycles, SNOW, Chief Watson, Lt Jacobs, Wayne Fish Fisher, Tom Edmondson, many nicknames, Two Beers, Twin Calves, Pie, Crazy Steevu, Tony Remkus, Shi Shi... I just found a box of slides from the days that I have not looked at for 45 years. Will share the appropriate ones :^).

Ernie Foster
2/20/2022 12:00:00 AM


served at lorsta kargaburun turkey 1990-1991

scott wilding
1/15/2022 12:00:00 AM


Was stationed at Cape Atholl from May 1963 to March 1964. Since I was born and raised in the desert, it was something to see all that ice and snow. I enjoyed myself as much as a person can enjoy themself in a isolated area. You have a great page here. After my Coast Guard career, I spend approximately 30 in Law Enforcement between two different agencies. I retired from one, got bored and went to work for another. Keep up the good work with this site... John Kilpatrick

John A. Kilpatrick
12/11/2021 12:00:00 AM


I was elected to serve at Port Clarence Loran C Station from December 1967 to December 1968. Favorite time of year: the day Wien Air came to get me out of there ;-) So much snow, mosquitos, boredom, a teenager with raging hormones. Part way into my tour, I found out my high school girlfriend met someone in college. Isolated duty...so much fun.

Dave Hussey
9/28/2021 12:00:00 AM


    

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