LeTourneau Inc.’s Sno-Buggy and Swamp-Buggy were built from the same machine; they had the same serial number. When the Sno-Buggy went to Greenland for testing,… Read More »What’s the Difference Between the Sno-Buggy and Swamp Buggy?
Pine Tree Line – radar, planned 1946, handed over to Canada on 10Jan55 Mid-Canada Line or McGill Fence – 1956-1965DEW Line – radio frequency tripwire 1957-1993, most deactivated… Read More »North American Alert and Warning Networks
The Army’s Sno-Train is carrying a 12-ton load of an unspecified material. Even though images include dates, and sometimes locations, they can be wrong. I… Read More »Army Sno-Train image dated April 13, 1956
Coots and Historic Images are two online and historic photograph sources that I use to find these amazing relic photos. When you order their images,… Read More »VC-22 Sno-Freighter image, near the Mouth of the Blow River
The Damascus Incident emphasized nuclear weapon safety like no other public incident to date. On September 18-19, 1980, propellant from a Titan II ICBM ignited… Read More »Visiting Damascus Titan II Missile Silo: Part I