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2862nd GEEIA & Cape Canaveral  ~  Photo Page

Captain Ronald Thomas, Lt. Colonel V.B. Lindsey, and SSgt. Lester Hamm (April 1967)

Major Candler congratulating sergeants upon their promotion

214th Air National Guard (ANG) touring a Titan III launch pad at Cape Canaveral .

(L to R) Major Luther Smith, Operations Officer;  Major Raymond Bufett, Commander;  CMSgt. William Rodgers, First Sergeant;  Lt. Ronald Thomas, Communications Officer and ANG Coordinator for the 2862nd GEEIA Squadron at Patrick AFB, Florida;  and Captain John Wadman, Air Force Advisor to the 214th GEEIA Squadron, Tennessee ANG (January 1965)

A technician from the 2862nd GEEIA Squadron repairing MITOC printed circuit boards (July 1964)

John Black, a civilian engineer and two technicians working on Single Side Band (SSB) exciters on the Ascension Island facility of the Atlantic Missile Range

A technician from the 2862nd GEEIA Squadron installing MOIS in Complex # 19 blockhouse at Cape Canaveral (July 1964)

A technician from the 2862nd GEEIA Squadron pinning wires a a missile communications system (July 1964)

Lt. Ronald Thomas and an unidentified SMSgt inspecting communications equipment at Cape Canaveral (March 1965)

Lt. Ronald Thomas and an unidentified civilian inspecting communications equipment at Cape Canaveral  (March 1965)

Lt. Ronald Thomas, an unidentified civilian, and a Air Force technician testing communications equipment at Cape Canaveral (March 1965)

Drilling a hole for a telephone pole on Cape Canaveral

Members of the 2862nd GEEIA Squadron installing a radar dome at Patrick AFB, Florida (July 1965)

Above and below -- cable splicing classes (October  1965)

Applying what they learned in the cable splicing school at Cape Canaveral (August 1965)

Technicians working on antenna transmission lines on the Ascension Island facility of the Atlantic Missile Range