A Defense Hardliner Asks:

Russell, Francis
May 1978
National Review;5/26/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 21, p654
The article reports on the United States Air Force's decision regarding the construction of Precision Acquisition of Vehicle Entry Phased Array Warning System (PAVE PAWS) on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The PAVE PAWS is a radar super-station, which is one of the largest to replace the radars on the East Coast. It is a 105-foot truncated pyramid, which is designed to scan a distance of over 3000 miles.


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