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Radio Intercept Operators

I found a really interesting paper written by SMSgt James M. Houle who was a SNCOA student in February of 1996. The title was “Essay on Morse Code Operators in the Air Force.” It gave some good explanations of what my Dad probably did early on in the USAFSS. I’ve included a link below to the file here on the website:

Essay on Morse Code Operators in the Air Force

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253 comments for “Radio Intercept Operators”

  1. I was in the 6925th in 61 and 62, “D” Flight. What a great time! Karamursel in 66-68…hated it, then finished up at Security Hill.

    Posted by Bob Herr | March 3, 2017, 5:06 pm
  2. Radio school Kessler, additional training Brooks AFB, San Antonio. Shipped to 10th. Radio Squadron Mobile, RAF Chicksands (Bedford, England), then deployed with unit to DF site at RAF Edzell in Scotland for remainder of tour. Anyone out there might know?

    Posted by Richard (Dick) Bieset | May 19, 2017, 1:08 pm
  3. I am looking for anyone that was stationed at Wasserkuppe mountain Germany in the 1950-60 time frame, this is extremely important as we have dedicated a monument to the Cold War veterans and need to find out if an English “Signals” unit was ever at that location…I cannot stress enough the importance of this inquiry which, hopefully, will get widest possible dissemination.
    Jim Harkins
    “Silent Sentinels” memorial
    Telephone 813-816-8407

    Sent from my iPhone

    Posted by James J. Harkins IV | May 19, 2017, 3:31 pm

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