There are two DF antenna array sites, a row of concrete posts with numbers on top and a foundation of an equipment building.
Apparently most of the underground cables are still in place.
In 1962 Pete Azzole took some pictures of the area too.
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|1 - This is how the DF building looked circa 1960.|
|2 - In 1998 this is all that remained of building D-1.|
|3 - Located in a line tangent to array AR-2 and running for hundreds of feet is a row of concrete pillars about three feet high with numbers stamped into a metal strap poured into the top of the pillar. The posts are marked (first post(s) in a tangle of undergrowth) 50-00, 56-40, 60-00, 86-40, (another post in dense undergrowth), 80-00, 83-20, 86-40, 90-00, 100-00, 110-00, 120-00, 130-00, 140-00, 150-00.|
|4 - Closeup of a concrete post with numbers on top. Here is a map marked with the approximate location of the posts.|
|5 - AR-1 Low band array is at the end of the trail/road. You can drive to this one.|
|6 - AR-2 High band array off to the northwest across a ditch and through the woods. Boots are necessary to get here. The small trees make it hard to find.|
|7 - AR-2 High band array off to the northwest across a ditch and through the woods. Boots are necessary to get here. The small trees make it hard to find.|
|8 - Map made from 120mm microfilm, printed 8x10 and scanned. Up is Northwest. Also see the autocad map below.|
This map was obtained from Jacobs Engineering, contractor for the US Army Corps of Engineers. It was created for the ex-military site cleanups. It depicts 1998 conditions. You may view it using your web browser if you install the free Autodesk Whip plugin. This will allow you to zoom, pan, and print the Autocad drawing.
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