Melibokus Radio Station, 1955
Donald Neely )
1954 - This is heart of our operation. The door to the right leads to the workshop.
1954 - John Wallenberg, visiting instructor, Sergeant Powell, Donald Neely. This year, the site received two machine guns.
We cleaned the guns, assembled them, and learned their operation under the supervision of the visiting instructor.
We all wondered why we needed machine guns when we knew that the Russians could destroy the site with one bomb.
The reason given was that they were for protection from civilian communist attacks. After this day, the guns were stored in
the weapons room, and I never saw them again.
1954 - Michael Kishmoian from New York made sure that we maintained
an organized workbench. Mike was a great electronics technician.