Map showing DEW, Mid-Canada, and Pinetree warning lines.
How long did it take you to post “Map showing the DEW,
Mid Cda and Pinetree Early Wng Radar Stns | DEWLine Adventures”?
It offers an awful lot of beneficial information and
facts. With thanks ,Jay
I’d like to take credit for making the map Jay but I can’t. And because I can’t remember where I lifted it from, I can’t give the proper accreditation.
Were you working at any Pinetree sites, Mid canada sites, or any Dew Line sites ? if so please tell me at what sector were you at . I was at fox Sector and at mile 308 the mid canada line , in 1954 I was in the RCAF at Holberg B.C, Maybe we know each other .reply my email is firstname.lastname@example.org or ph me in calgary 587 350 3911.
Thanks for visiting my DEWLine website. I was never on the Pinetree or Mid-Canada Lines. I was on the DEWLine from 1960 to 1963 in Fox Sector and served time at all the Aux sites from CAM-4 to FOX-3 as well as at FOX-Main and two I-Sites, CAM-D and FOX-C.
Awesome site, thanks for the info. Flew a twin otter into Cape Parry yesterday with some supplies. How many of these sites are still active?
Thanks for visiting the DEWLine website and for your comment. In answer to your question, all of the Pinetree and Mid-CanadaLine sites are closed now and I’m not entirely sure of how many of the original DEWLine sites were converted to the North Warning System (NWS). Many of the NWS stations were either built close to or on the original DEWLine sites or nearby in a more suitable spot.
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