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  • DEW Line POL Facilities
    MoGas too came in 55 gallon drums and hand pumped into vehicles Heavy equipment used the same DFA as the power plants POL FACILITIES AT THE AUXILLARY SITES You would find two 65 000 gallon storage tanks of DFA on site proper and two additional 65 000 storage tanks of DFA near the beach Both JP 4 and MOGas was stored in 10 000 rubber bladders flat on the ground At Aux sites with hangars LIZ 2 POW 2 PIN 4 CAM 2 CAM 3 AND FOX 2 would be two each 20 000 JP 4 rubber bladders POW 3 and BAR 1 were somewhat configured different but main tanks were 65 000 gallon tanks POL FACILITIES AT MAIN SITES DYE M UPPER ea1 500 000 gallon DFA storage tank ea3 250 000 gallon storage tanks ea1 65 000 MoGas Storage tank DYE M LOWER ea4 250 000 gallon DFA storage tanks ea2 50 000 gallon DFA storage tanks ea2 65 000 Gallon JP4 storage tanks ea1 65 000 Gallon MoGas storage tanks FOX M ea2 750 000 gallon DFA storage tanks ea2 250 000 Gallon DFA Storage Tanks ea2 65 000 Gallon Mogas Storage Tanks CAM M ea4 250
    http://www.lswilson.ca/dew-pol.htm (2013-04-28)


  • DEWLine Acronyms
    DMTS BTL QAE QAE Quality Assurance Evaluator This was the military guy who was the customer s rep in each Area He lived on line ITT ACO CPET Contractor Performance Evaluation Team RHV Refrigeration heating and ventilation mechanic One of the sector jobs SSC OP Sector Supervisor Civil engineering Outside Plant SCOP Later version of SSC OP Eventually both disappeared and the job became known as the Civil Engineer SLS Sector Logistics Supervisor SFSS Sector Food Services Supervisor DLM Depot Level Maintenance CEDT Comm Electronics Depot Team DTS Domestic Training Site Steator IL and later Winnepeg FAIT Acronym for Fairbanks WINT Acronym for Winnepeg PME Precision Measurement Equipment TMDE Test Measurement Diagnostic Equipment Newer USAF name that replaced PME CEFR Civil Engineering Facility Record drawings PIPR Plant In Place Record DFR Down the Friggin Road Slang for getting fired DO Dew Order publication DLI DewLine Instruction DLIR DEW Line Improvement Report MOI Maintenance Operating Instruction MATT Maintenance and Training Technician used to be Sector Radician TRANSPEC Transportation Specialist RTB Radio Terminal Building housed the south shot tropo equipment ATB Air Terminal Building SB OP Very early Sector Supervisor Building and Outside Plant EDMT Edmonton MONT Montreal PHQ Project Headquarters SSA Supply Support Facility ARCM Assistant Repain Cycle monitor EWALS Early Warning Automated Logistics System EAP Emergency Action Plan JOLT Mont Joli PQ Original Transportation Terminal for DEWLine Eastern Region FROT DEWLine Eastern Transportation Terminal at Frobisher Bay Baffin Island BIRX Bird MB Southern Terminal for original Rearward Communications link from Hall Beach Fox Main RESX Resolution Island Rearward Terminal for Rearward Tropospheric Scatter Communications from Cape Dyer DyeMain RESX 1 Brevoort Island Rearward Communication relay station between Cape Dyer and RESX DEWDROP Troposheric Scatter AM Communications Link between Thule BMEWS and Cape Dyer AGEX Rearward Communications Terminal from Barrow POW
    http://www.lswilson.ca/acronyms.htm (2013-04-28)

  • DEWLINE SITE PLANS
    2 POW 3 BAR MAIN BAR 1 BAR 2 BAR 2 BUILDINGS BAR 3 BAR 4 PIN MAIN PIN MAIN BUILDINGS PIN 1 PIN 2 PIN 3 PIN 3 BUILDINGS PIN 4 CAM MAIN CAM MAIN BUILDINGS CAM 1 CAM 2 CAM 3 CAM 3 BUILDINGS CAM 4 CAM 5 FOX MAIN FOX MAIN BUILDINGS FOX MAIN BUILDINGS Hangar Area FOX 1 FOX 2 FOX 3 FOX 3 BUILDINGS FOX
    http://www.lswilson.ca/siteplans.htm (2013-04-28)



  • DEW Line Construction Statistics
    TOTAL 459 900 Tons 4 PETROLEUM FUELS OILS and LUBRICANTS 75 000 000 gallons of petroleum products were shipped to the Line enough to fill 9375 tank cars in a train 65 miles long Some 43 000 000 gallons of this was shipped in 818 000 drums which would connect New York to Pittsburgh with a two foot wide pipe line 5 AIRLIFT This is the largest commercial airlift operation ever reported with 45 000 commercial flights in 32 months delivering 120 300 tons over an average distance of 720 miles per flight Involved were some 50 Canadian and 31 U S commercial airlines 6 CONSTRUCTION Gravel produced was more than 9 600 000 cubic yards enough to build two replicas of the Great Pyramid or a road 18 feet wide and one foot thick from Jacksonville Florida to San Diego California Airstrips in the Arctic covered 26 700 000 square feet or 625 acres 46 000 tons of steel were used more than enough for a USS Forrestal 1800 piles were sunk an average depth of 12 feet into permafrost Generating capacity of power generation equipment installed is 155 000 kilowatts per day enough to supply a city the
    http://www.lswilson.ca/dewstats.htm (2013-04-28)

  • DEW EAST SURVEY PHOTOS 1957
    located near the community of Kulusuk All photos are courtesy of Bob Wilder At the mouth of the Itivdleq Fjord on the way to survey DYE 1 The Base of Operations survey ship MV Arctic Sealer taken at Fredrickshavn The towers in the back groundhold are part of the antennas for the Fredrickshavn Radio the maritime radio station Map of the DYE 1 area showing where following 2 photos were
    http://www.lswilson.ca/dyesurvey.htm (2013-04-28)

  • COB-1
    NIKOLSKI ALASKA COB 1 Site Photo Aerial Site Photo courtesy Don Evans
    http://www.lswilson.ca/cob1.htm (2013-04-28)

  • COB-23
    DRIFTWOOD BAY ALASKA COB 2 Satellite Image Low Level Satellite Image High Level Satellite Image Runway area Photo of Site Sign 1964 courtesy Dave Pina
    http://www.lswilson.ca/cob2.htm (2013-04-28)

  • COB-3
    CAPE SARICHEF ALASKA COB 3 Site Photo
    http://www.lswilson.ca/cob3.htm (2013-04-28)