posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 12:16 PM
Bingo! I was assigned there in 1972 after returning from an NSA listening post in Turkey, part of the Air Force Security Service, the Card Road site
run by the Naval Security Group. I was a Morse intercept operator, one of about a dozen or so who listened to Cuban targets. These were all over the
world. We gathered far more signal data than could possibly be processed. All this was declassified in the '90s, reported on by Newsweek in the
'80s, so I don't know why folks still won't talk about it. We had the FLR-9 "elephant cage" antenna array in Turkey. We were told NOT to take
pictures of it. It WAS classified. We all did, of course. I still have mine. Fascinating period. Too bad it was so violent.