Satellite Dish AN TSC-54 on static display

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Satellite Dish AN TSC-54 on static display (Birds Eye)
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By kjfitz @ 2007-02-21 11:55:03
I've seen planes, tanks, missiles and ships on static display. You don't often see Satellite Dishes on static display.

Also see the tank and other hardware further to the SW.
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@ 2011-06-01 14:58:28
It's fitting that this is on display at Ft. Monmouth, which was the home of the U S Army Satcom Agency. USASA was the initial developer and program management office for development of this particular system, the AN/TSC-54. Only the antenna is shown, a small equipment shelter and trailer mounted generators were also part of the system.

Doug Wetzel
USAF Satcom 1969-1974
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@ 2011-09-22 21:30:45
I was Maintenance Sergeant on serial number 11 at Utapao AB which went to Djakarta Indonesia providing support to White House Communication during President Nixon’s world tour following the Apollo moon landing.
Karl Dewey MSG E-8 RET