Description: The photograph above was taken by one of the riggers of No 3 Ground Radio Servicing Squadron from a block of flats across the road from the camp. The main entrance is at the bottom centre of the picture with the guardroom to the right of the entrance.
Description: The station was also part of the Commonwealth Air Forces Network (CAFNet) which provided world wide signals relay connections to many countries including Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Kenya, Aden, Cyprus, Malta, Canada and the United States.
Description: Aerials- Masts and General Nerdy Stuff. RAF Communications Towers and Masts 1940s to 1970s. Most of the towers and masts used by the RAF were erected by the Works Services department of the Ministry of Works (1943 to 1962) or Ministry of Public Buildings and Works (1962 to 1970) or by civilian contractors on their behalf.
Description: Rock Gun Battery is an artillery battery in the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar. It is located on the North Face of the Rock of Gibraltar at the northern end of the Upper Rock Nature Reserve, above Green's Lodge Battery. The emplacement on Middle Hill is at the northern summit of the Rock.
DA: 55PA: 59MOZ Rank: 8
5. 【Hong Kong Hiking】獅子山 Lion Rock (Part 2 - full version)
Description: Middle Hill is a hill in the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar.It is located at the northern end of the Upper Rock Nature Reserve.It figured prominently in the early history of the 1704 siege of Gibraltar by the Spanish and French.The artillery battery at Middle Hill had been constructed by 1727 and was active for more than two centuries. In the mid twentieth century, Middle Hill ...
Description: The Three-wire Folded Half-wave Dipole. The three-wire folded dipole was used by the RAF as both a receiving and transmitting aerial. The band width is greater than that of a single-wire dipole due to the greater cross-sectional area of the aerial which resulted from the folding.
DA: 68PA: 92MOZ Rank: 94
9. Links to other sites of interest - RAF Signals Museum
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