Pinetree Line Miscellaneous Items

 

     

 


This section has been established with the intent of using it as a “gathering place” for anything that is not directly related to any of the 44 Pinetree Line radar stations.

It is anticipated that the content of this section will continue to accumulate as we wade through the massive amounts of historical detail that has been obtained from the National Archives of Canada, and as new material is made available from those that have served on the Pinetree Line over the years.

It is suggested that you make a habit of checking into this area from time to time – as you just never know what might appear.

 


 

 

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  1. Radar in Canada – 1939-1958.
  2. Pinetree Line Radar Station Construction.
  3. Assorted maps showing various boundaries and areas of radar coverage.
  4. Matrix showing details of Pinetree Line Radar Stations.
  5. Pinetree Line Radar Equipment.
  6. USAF Handover of Group III Radar Stations to RCAF.
  7. Northeast Air Command (NEAC) and the 64th Air Division (Defense).
  8. Support bases for the Northeast Air Command (NEAC) and the 64th Air Division (Defense).
  9. Pinetree Line Radar Station Closures.
  10. Mother Nature Strikes Again.
  11. The Russians Are Coming!
  12. Cuban Missile Crisis – 1962.
  13. Tropospheric Scatter Communications System.
  14. Miscellaneous Items.
  15. Ground Observor Corps (GObC).
  16. Canada’s Bomarc Squadrons.
  17. Radar & Communications Units.
  18. Reserve/Auxiliary Aircraft Control and Warning Units.
  19. AD Tech course photos (1965-1990), crests, and other assorted detail.
  20. FCO course photos (1950-1962), crests, and other assorted detail.
  21. Radar Operator Course Photos (1947-1950).
  22. Radar Tech course photos (1950-1962), crests, and other assorted detail.
  23. Comm Tech course photos (1950-1962), crests, and other assorted detail.
  24. Casualties of the Cold War.
  25. Last Post.
  26. 1 Air Division RCAF – Metz, France.

 

 


 

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