March 7, 2005 Shelton, Washington - Jim Strong's interest in unidentified flying objects began during his U. S. Air Force work from February 1964 to February 1968. He was trained at Keesler Technical Training Center in Biloxi, Mississippi, in advanced electronics and radar. Then he was stationed with the 757 Radar Squadron at Blaine AFB on the Canadian border. Once there, Jim was assigned to the Search Radar unit. [Editor's Note: In search radar, the antenna goes around in a circle and picks off the azimuth, or direction, of aircraft. In height finder radar, the antenna nods up and down.]
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