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  • "I salute -- from my space helmet -- the Range Rats,
    the unsung heroes of the space race to the future."

    Buzz Aldrin, Gemini XII, Apollo XI
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  • WEB SITES OF RANGE RATS:

    • Have you looked at MY OWN website? See the links at the left side and at the bottom of this page.
    • I have articles of interest about the range, and album pages about range people. I also sell space envelopes which you might be interested since you worked in this field.
    • Look at some special Gemini Program Tracking Station envelopes from my collection signed by GBI Telemetry Range Rats, click on this link:
      GBI Gemini Tracking Station Covers.

      Can you remember any of these people?


      The left stamp issued by the USA on the day Astronaut John Glenn successfully splashed down in Grand Turk waters.
      The middle stamp issued by the Bahama Islands shows a radar antenna. Grand Bahama Island, Station No. 3, had a radar station.
      the right stamp issued by the Dominican Republic shows the Mercury capsule orbiting earth. There was a tracking station (No. 8) in the Dominican Republic, at Sabana de la Mar, in 1956, however (DOM) closed in 1957 long before the Mercury flights of 1960-63.

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