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One page table/chart that explains the meaning of the Army/Navy (AN) equipment nomenclatures that describes where the equipment is used, what the equipment is andwhat it does based on the assigned nomenclature

Article entitled "'Little Alaska' key to national defense" begins on page 36.

This is a general manual for the operation of a GOC post as well as a recognition manual. Contains information for both the US GOC and the Canadian GOC.

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Excellent, unused Zippo lighter, still in the box. This is a souvenir from the Tin City NCO Open Muess. Artifact also contains a pawn ticket from a Pawn Shop in Roy, UT.

A highly detailed HO gauge model of the Almaden AFS, CA FPS-24 search radar on Mt. Umunhum.

Model 19 Teletype machine, with accessories. May be in working condition with a little cleanup. This was a common piece of equipment found in Comm Centers all across the USAF and other branches of service.

Also included are supplies, accessories…

Small silver color Air Force wings for GOC observers Actual size of the pin has a wingspan of approx 1.25"

3"x3.5" patch for the Bangor ADS. Believed to be an original patch.

Official Air Force ADC document listing the many U.S. Air Defense Command stations, and the equipment at them at the time of printing.

Description and environment of the ARSR system, showing radar locations and coverages