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DEW Line Station

The air-search radar of an DEW (Distant Early Warning) Line station, just one of a 3000-mile chain of radar stations built for the United States Air Force by the Western Electric Company to provide early warning of any sea-and-land invasion, 8th August 1957. (Photo by Keystone New York/Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
The air-search radar of an DEW (Distant Early Warning) Line station, just one of a 3000-mile chain of radar stations built for the United States Air Force by the Western Electric Company to provide early warning of any sea-and-land invasion, 8th August 1957. (Photo by Keystone New York/Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
DEW Line Station
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Keystone / Stringer
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1385426883
Collection:
Hulton Archive
Date created:
08 August, 1957
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Hulton Archive
Object name:
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