Inside this complex were the machines necessary for microwave signals to be sent and received.
We did not even think about taking pictures of our teletype equipment even though we may have been given permission.
As far as I know, nobody took interior shots at Grass Mountain.
Gary Roske has previously shown interior pictures at Gold Mountain.
From pictures sent from other STRATCOM microwave and tech control specialists, this seems like standard equipment.
Many of us enjoy looking at photos of cars from the 1960s. This is from the Christmas season of 1967, probably taken from the commissary steps.
Looking across Chung Shan North Road outside the East Compound is a banner.
It says "HEDSUPPACT TAIPEI." Most of us know it better as the West Compound.
This was Navy terminology. Later it came under the control of USTDC around 1959 according to Kent Mathieu's post on the history of the Air Force in Taiwan.
Check it out by clicking here and look for HEDSUPPACT on December 7, 1962.
Does anyone know where this is in Taipei?
This photo has to be in Shimending, isn't it?