Here are a number of links and information regarding the DEWLine that I’ve found helpful or interesting.

Larry Wilson’s DEWLine pages. This excellent site is probably the largest and most referenced Internet site regarding all things DEWLine. This is the starting point for anyone wanting to research this topic.

Paul Kelley’s “Memories of Fox Main.” Paul and I have been collaborating and coordinating our collective memories of our experiences on the DEWLine for a number of years now. He had produced a prodigious amount of information that is impressive in its detail. You can sample some of his writing as he takes you on a detailed tour of the business end of being a Radician at Fox Main in the early 1960’s. Check out Paul’s many stories in the War Stories section of Larry Wilson’s DEWLine website (see above).

My book, “Adventures from the Coldest Part of the Cold War”.
VideoBoth a paperback and e-book version of my DEWLine adventures is now available at Amazon. Proceeds from the sale of the books goes towards maintaining Larry Wilson’s DEWLine website (link).

The original document from which much of the material on this web was derived, is still available as a PDF download. The original document was updated to include my 2012 trip back to FOX Main (Hall Beach) for a stroll down memory lane.

Download a copy today. (2.8 meg download.)

Video: DEWLine (FOX Main) Hall Beach – 50 Years Later.
An Old DEWLiner’s Pilgrimage.

Hall Beach DVD Cover

This is a 25 minute video slideshow of my stroll down memory lane during my pilgrimage to Hall Beach NU (FOX Main) in July 2012. It’s a combination of slides and videos of the site as it is today and includes a video tour of the inside of the main modules.


You can watch the video below.


The DEW Line Years,Voices from the Coldest Cold War.
Frances Jewel Dickson’s captivating book of Arctic stories.

Author Frances Jewel Dickson’s tribute to DEWLiners is a compelling read for anyone who wants to know what it is like to live and work in one of the coldest parts of the world. Drawing from the experiences of many, Frances skillfully weaves them into a story that warms the heart on a cold winter’s night. I highly recommend this book. You can obtain an autographed copy from her web site at

Nelson Bell’s Photos.
In November of 2014 I received an email from Dan Bell with a link to a large number of photo’s that his Father, Nelson, had either taken or found during his stay on the DEWLine during the years 1956 to 1972 (Dan thinks). Check them out at:

Video: The DEWLine Story, Part One. One of the original videos showing the beginnings of the DEWLine project, its design, and construction. Part 1 of 2.

Video: The DEWLine Story, Part Two. One of the original videos showing the beginnings of the DEWLine project, its design, and construction. Part 2 of 2.

Summary of the DEWLine project. From Wikipedia. The additional links will give you even more information.

List of DEWLine Sites. From Wikipedia.

The Bell System/Western Electric Company (WECO) connection. Bell and its subsidiary, the Western Electric Company, were responsible for the design and building of the DEWLine, Project 572.

My Hobby: Check out my hobby web site at which is the amateur radio call-sign that I currently hold.

My Business: Now semi-retired, I still do sales management consulting and provide sales management coaching and mentoring to overloaded business owners. You can find out more at Quintarra Consulting Inc.