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611th Air Support Group Resources
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Annotated Bibliography: Distant Early Warning (DEW) System, Alaska (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands (CEMML), Colorado State University.

An annotated bibliography of the Distant Early Warning (DEW) System. The DEW Line was an integrated chain of early warning radar and communication stations constructed between 1953 and 1957 from northwestern Alaska across northern Canada. The DEW System remained in use throughout the mid to late 1980s. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, it was replaced with the North Warning System (NWS).


Geophysical Survey at Apppomattox Manor (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Bruce Bevan.

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Ground-penetrating Radar and Photogrammetry in Medieval France: Results from the Auvergne (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Eileen Ernenwein. Jeremy Menzer. Frederic Surmely.

The medieval period in Europe is well known from archaeological sites and historical records including England’s Domesday Book. The Auvergne of southern France, however, is a poorly studied upland region. This rugged environment of volcanic peaks contains a rich, yet mostly unknown medieval history. A research program is underway that includes archaeological survey, excavation, and geophysical survey at sites across the region. GPR survey in June 2015 focused on unexcavated portions of Les...


Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan Eareckson Air Station, Alaska (2010) (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands (CEMML), Colorado State University.

The following document is an Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan (ICRMP) for Eareckson Air Station, Alaska. The Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan (ICRMP) is a planning document used to manage an installation's cultural resources management program. The document identifies cultural resource activities such as surveys and building inventories, that have taken place on an installation. It also identifies and describes historic resources within installation boundaries,...


Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan Eareckson Air Station, Alaska (2015) (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Northern Land Use Research Alaska, LLC. New South Associate, Inc..

The following document is an Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan (ICRMP) for Eareckson Air Station, Alaska. The Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan (ICRMP) is a planning document used to manage an installation's cultural resources management program. The document identifies cultural resource activities such as surveys and building inventories, that have taken place on an installation. It also identifies and describes historic resources within installation boundaries,...


"This is the Most Important Part" Commemorating the Industrial Heritage of the Cold War Bar-1 Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line Auxiliary Radar Station, Komakuk Beach, Yukon Territory, Canada (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David Neufeld.

An archaeological study of the Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line performed by researchers from the Yukon and Western Arctic Parks, Canada. The DEW Line operated in arctic Canada for forty years from experimental beginnings in 1953 to a final shutdown in 1993. The DEW Line was an important technological achievement constructing and maintaining highly complex radio and radar equipment in a difficult and challenging environment.


War on the Homefront: National Division and South Africa's Battle of the Atlantic 1939-1945 (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ian P Harrison.

In 1939, the Union of South Africa was caught unprepared for war. Lacking a servicable navy, the Union Defense Force was neverthelss tasked with protecting Allied supply lines through the Southern Ocean. Despite establishing a series of coastal defenses and RADAR stations to this end, Allied merchants rounding the Cape continued to suffer heavy casualties. As these losses mounted, competing ethnic, cultural, and political factions within the Union began using the U-boat war as fuel for their...