The Kwaj Community Photo Album #11



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Kwajalein Community Shermie's Place

U.S. Army Space and Strategic Defense Command


U.S. Army Submarine used to locate debris fields in the Kwajalein lagoon subsequent retrieval by divers


IRIS - January 1991


bullet-on-bullet kill


Incoming Peacekeeper re-entry vehicles light up the sky over U.S. Army Kwajalein Atoll (USAKA)


NIKE-ZEUS - 1962


HOE - 1984

ALCOR, MMW and TRADEX RADAR Systems - Roi-Namur

ALTAIR RADAR - Roi-Namur

FPQ-19 RADAR - Kwajalein

MPS-36 RADAR - Kwajalein

Super RADOT  - Kwajalein

Photo provided by Bill Remick
 

Joe Huard "Mayor Pro Tem" and
Joe McMahon "Mayor" Roi-Namur - 1975
Photo provided by Jim Caskey

Lem Davis & Don Gray


Richard Skirko, 1976-78, Kwaj Weather Radar, WSR-57


RCA Service Company employees, "10 - 30 years Service Awards"
L-R Ed Parker, Earl Durbin, Don Pascoe, Jim Caskey, Joe Francis, Doug Bailey, Wally Ross
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Photo provided by Jim Caskey


25-Year Service Watch
Jim Caskey, Joe McMahon.
Joe was "Unofficial Mayor of Roi-Namur"
Photo provided by Jim Caskey


10-Year Service Bracelet
Mrs. Alta Hargus, RCA Site Secretary, Jim Caskey
Photo provided by Jim Caskey
 


1969 - Tracking ship General H. H. Arnold at the Kwajalein fuel pier
The tracking ship, General Hoyt S. Vandenberg, stopped at Kwaj occasionally, was intentionally
sunk in the Florida Keys in 2009 as an artificial reef and wreck diving destination.

 



Album 1

Album 2

Album 3

Album 4

Album 5

Album 6

Album 7

Album 8

Album 9

Album 10

Album 11

Album 12
Kwajalein Community Shermie's Place