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NORAD 北米航空宇宙防衛司令部 (関西学院大学研究叢書)
NORAD 北米航空宇宙防衛司令部 (関西学院大学研究叢書) ReleaseDate:
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NORAD, North American Aerospace Defense Command
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This DVD contains films that were produced in the 1960s and 1970s, providing an historic overview of NORAD as it operated during those years. Includes excellent scenes of both the Ent Air Force Base and Cheyenne Mountain facilities. Ent AFB, Colorado was home to NORAD from 1957 until 1963 when the command center moved to a highly secure facility within Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado due to concerns about the vulnerability of Ent to nuclear attack. Also includes a short segment documenting NORAD as the official tracker of Santa Claus.

NORAD 50th Anniversary Coin by Northwest Territorial Mint [並行輸入品]
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1 3/4 inch (44mm) Round; Brass Alloy Antique with Enamel;

The Emerging Shield: The Air Force and the Evolution of Continental Air Defense, 1945-1960 - NORAD, Dew Line, SAGE, BOMARC, SAC, Early Warning Systems, Radar Fence, Atom Bomb Impact (English Edition)
The Emerging Shield: The Air Force and the Evolution of Continental Air Defense, 1945-1960 - NORAD, Dew Line, SAGE, BOMARC, SAC, Early Warning Systems, Radar Fence, Atom Bomb Impact (English Edition) ReleaseDate:2014-05-18
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In the 1950s, the United States Air Force led the way in building continental air defenses to protect the nation against bomber attack. By the end of that decade, the United States and Canada deployed a warning network of ground-based radars extending from the United States' southern borders to the arctic tundra, a fleet of airborne early-warning planes, naval radar picket ships, radar platforms (the Texas Towers) fastened to the ocean floor in the Atlantic Ocean, and a civilian corps of ground observers. Once warning of approaching enemy bombers had been received, the military forces of the United States and Canada were prepared to unleash against the invader an arsenal of weapons that included fighter-interceptors equipped with lethal air-to-air missiles, antiaircraft artillery, and short- and long-range surface-to-air missiles, some nuclear tipped. The whole system was coordinated through a technologically advanced, computer-oriented command and control system, the first of its kind ever deployed. The story of the rise of air defense in the United States after World War II is complex, and this volume does not presume to be a complete history of the subject. It focuses on the U.S. Air Force's predominant role in defense of the continental United States against manned bomber attacks. Although the U.S. Army, the U.S. Navy, and the Canadian Air Force contributed resources to the mission, the U.S. Air Force had primary responsibility for research, development, and deployment of most of the systems and weapons. The outstanding exception was antiaircraft artillery, the province of the U.S. Army. In some respects, the Army can be said to have fielded a complementary air defense system separate from that of the Air Force. This book, however, examines the Army's part in the mission only as it concerns roles and missions controversies with the Air Force. The volume begins with the U.S. Army Air Service's involvement with air defense in World War I and traces the story through to the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Topics and subjects covered: Dew Line, Pine Tree Line, Early Warning Systems, NORAD, SAC, General Hap Arnold, Lashup system, Billy Mitchell, Vandenberg, Gordon P. Saville, Air Defense Command, Radar fence, SAGE, Foulis, Russia, China, North Korea, BOMARC, milestones listing.

Genesis of the Air Defense Mission * The United States and Air Defense: The Early Years * Defining the Mission * Development of Air Defense Doctrine and Tactics * Air Defense in World War II * The First Air Defense Command, 1940-1941 * Air Defense in Wartime * Planning for Air Defense in the Postwar Era * Establishment of the Air Defense Command * Early Planning Efforts * The Radar Fence Plan * Attempts to Come to Terms with the Mission * Active Operations Begin * Saville Takes Charge * Revision of the Radar Fence Plan * Establishment of the Continental Air Command * Taking the Case to Congress * Fighter Aircraft for Air Defense * Further Organizational Changes * Chapter 5 - Broadening Dimensions: Air Defense as a Public Issue * The Revolt of the Admirals * Impact of the Soviet Atomic Bomb * Roles and Missions Dilemmas * Air Defense Forces in the Field * Continental Air Defense in the Korean War Period * Reorganization and the Impact of the Chinese Intervention * Confronting Realities * Status of the Fighter-Interceptor Forces * An Integrated, Efficient, Highly Potent Air Defense System * Next to the Real Thing * East River * The Summer Study Group * The Decision to Proceed * Defensive Systems Become Operational * SAGE: A Command and Control Network for Air Defense * Warning Lines * Other Warning Systems * The Air Defense Weapons Force * BOMARC * Organizing to Meet the Threat * Continental Air Defense Command: A Joint Command for Air Defense * North American Air Defense Command * Epilogue: Impact of a New Threat * Effects of the ICBM Threat on the Air Defenses

Searching the Skies: The Legacy of the United States Cold War Defense Radar Program - BMEWS, SAGE, NORAD, PAVE PAWS, Spacetrack, Safeguard, Ground Observer Corps (GOC), Whirlwind (English Edition)
Searching the Skies: The Legacy of the United States Cold War Defense Radar Program - BMEWS, SAGE, NORAD, PAVE PAWS, Spacetrack, Safeguard, Ground Observer Corps (GOC), Whirlwind (English Edition) ReleaseDate:2014-05-18
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During the Cold War the United States Air Force assumed a burden for the defense of the skies over the United States. To coordinate this defense, a detection and command and control system had to be put in place that involved the construction of hundreds of radar stations and command facilities across the North American continent. As the Soviet threat evolved from bombers to missiles, America's detection and command and control systems also grew more sophisticated. Searching the Skies: The Legacy of the United States Cold War Defense Radar Program is the product of an effort by personnel at the U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratories (USACERL), working in cooperation with Dr. Green, Dr. Cameron, and other members of the military history community. The purpose of this study is to provide a tool for military installation cultural resource managers tasked with the proper stewardship of their historic and cultural resources. The study provides the basis for identifying, understanding, and evaluating DoD radar facilities associated with the Cold War.

Topics and subjects covered include: BMEWS, SAGE, Project Supremacy, Ground Observer Corps (GOC), CONAD, Pinetree Line, Whirlwind II (AN/FSQ-7) computer, NORAD, mid-Canada Line, BUIC, spacetrack, safeguard, Perimeter Acguisition Radar (PAR), PAVE PAWS, Radar Systems Classification Methods, PARCs.

Part I: The History of Defense Radar Programs * Introduction * Chapter 1 - The Evolution of Air Defense (1918-1959) * Early Development of Air Defense * The Post-War Era * Building the Network * The Debate * Improving Command and Control * Improving the Radar Network * Chapter 2 - The Evolution to Aerospace Defense (1959-1979) * The Radar Network After Sputnik * Missile Detection and Defense * Chapter 3 - Air Defense Revitalized (1979-1994) * Looking to the Future * Rebuilding the Network * Chapter 4 - Epilogue * Endnotes * Part II: Systems Overview * Radar Systems Classification Methods * World War II Radars * Early Cold War Search Radars * SAGE System * Compatible Search Radars * SAGE System Compatible Height-finder Radars * Gap-Filler Radars * North Warning System Radars * Ballistic Missile Early Warning System (BMEWS) Radars * Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Radars * Command and Control Systems * Semi-Automatic Ground Environment (SAGE) System * Backup Interceptor Control (BUIC) System * Joint Surveillance System (JSS) * Part III: Site Listings * Appendix: Notes for Site Listings * Bibliography * Defense Radar Acronyms

Iszoloscope & Norad
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SDC :競合Magazine # 4 , with NORAD、ゲームの戦略的Air [ Nuclear ] Warfare、Boardgame
SDC :競合Magazine # 4 , with NORAD、ゲームの戦略的Air [ Nuclear ] Warfare、Boardgame ReleaseDate:
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SDC: Conflict Magazine #4, with Norad, the Game of Strategic Air [Nuclear] Warfare, Boardgame

Trucker Hat with North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) insg by ExpressItBest [並行輸入品]
Trucker Hat with North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) insg by ExpressItBest [並行輸入品] ReleaseDate:
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Classic Trucker Hat design., 100% polyester white foam front, 100% nylon black mesh weave back., Adjustable DoubleSnap back for extra strength, Adjusts from 17" to 24"., 3.5" crown and 3" bill.

The Road to Peace: Nuclear weapons, Canada's military policies - on NATO, NORAD, Star Wars and Arctic defence
The Road to Peace: Nuclear weapons, Canada's military policies - on NATO, NORAD, Star Wars and Arctic defence ReleaseDate:
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History -- Mail Call Episode #67: NORAD
History -- Mail Call Episode #67: NORAD ReleaseDate:
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NORAD: #67. Host R. Lee Ermey hits the road to give us an inside look at one of the most secure and super-secret facilities in the world--NORAD. Lee gets through tight security to enter Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center, America's eye in the sky where everything that flies is monitored 24/7. During a tour of the Battle Management Center, an incident of concern puts the center on alert and we see how NORAD operates under pressure. We also tour the Missile Command Center and find out what keeps the 800 military personnel inside on their toes. And Brigadier General Jim Hunter unlocks the door for Lee to the most secret part of Cheyenne Mountain--the Command Center, or what a lot of people call the War Room. We see how the men and women who work here monitor planes, missiles, and even space junk to make sure North America stays safe. The General and Lee talk about how NORAD's mission has changed since September 11th and we get a sneak peak at the new command center.When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.

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