Al Kellogg is reconstructing the dog yard obstacle course at site SF-88. The Nike Historical Society and the National Park Service are paying for the materials. Although a lot of varied work is done to restore, maintain, and improve site SF-88, this is the first report of such work reported by NikeMissile.org. Al is president of the Nike Historical Society.
Sept. 2019: Thomas Moorer says being accidentally shot was a danger at Nike sites.
April 1, 2019: Terry Fetterman sent a 1966 photo of himself at Fort Baker, in the San Francisco defense. Terry included a brief meaningful note.
April 1, 2019: Rocky Stovall shares memories of his experience in Germany with Nike Site Dangers.
March 6, 2019: Tim Jordan served at C-50 (Homewood, IL, in the Chicago defense). He sent some photos (and plans to send more stories and photos).
January 11, 2019:Photos from Don McCuaig of SF-88 IFC taken when he was on active duty there. (Don shot and produced the “Our Town” video we use.)
January 10, 2019: Lowell Anger writes: My Dad, Irwin Anger, served with the 18th AAA in Pittsburgh during the Korean conflict. I have some of his photos of him and his friends at the base.
January 9, 2019:Pictures from Alvin "Butch" Ball of LA-29 radars, buildings, and some personnel when he was stationed there.
May 1, 2018: Barry Hayes has contributed his experiences with Nike Site Dangers.
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