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I ws working one of the consoles in what was then Central Control, and witnessed the explosion on closed circuit TV. A lot of water has gone under the bridge since then. I have worked at Ascension Radars (1990-1992), Antigua Radar (2006-2010), Patrick Radar (2010-2014), Radar/Command Planner (2014-present).
I would not trade my experiences and that career for anything, plus still happily married to the same wonderful love of my life. What a privilege to follow after the trail-blazers of the ER space program! Hope the future generations make you as proud of us as we are of you.
I feel very fortunate to have been part of many historical events there; some very pllease and some not so very pleasant.
My most memorable one was the loss of the Challenger. I am one of Buddy Emard's daughters, following (somewhat) in my father's footsteps.
I made the marker, but the sea took its tole years later.After my 45 went off by accident, was assigned to parts supply (GBI), I think the only air conditioned facility on the range.I'm going to write a story for my web page specifically on the sinking incident. A couple of weeks ago Tom Mc Call RCA/GE/CSR Communications Downrange and Cape Canaveral AFS, Communications Test Operations Analyst passed away. In the comm center where we ran Morse code traffic to other station and ships, did some air traffic control, handled some classified documents and played with Sammy the meanest tom cat that ever lived.I went back to Air Traffic Control in Oxnard, Ca in 1969. After Antigua he went to Jupiter, then Grand Bahama and after that closed, he went back Jupiter at the Jonathan Dickinson Missile Tracking Annex (JDMTA). My dad really enjoyed the work and the people he worked with on the islands upand down the Eastern Test Range. Comments: It was fifty years this month when my new bride of 6 month that we packed all of our belongings in the rear seat of our 1957 Ford and headed for Cocoa, Florida.
Two days before I reported to go to work for RCA (on Jan 14, 1956) we checked into the Brevard Hotel until we could get settled into anew "home".
Eventually went back to school for an engineering degree and ended up working for Lockheed in California. Bill Bailey Comments: I worked on GBI and Walkers Cay in the late 50's. My dad (Gen USAF, same name)had lied about my age and gotten me a summer job on the range. I worked for some time for a contractor who delivered supplies to various tracking stations.