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This is Radio Station VU2ZP in Bangalore

On JANUARY 20, 1945, Colonel Melville C. Robinson, then commanding officer of the Southern India Air Depot at Bangalore, conceived the idea of installing a…

VU2ZP Southern India Air Depot, Bangalore

VU2ZP AT BANGALORE QUITS I-B AIRWAVES By SGT. CHARLES KELLOGG Roundup Assistant Editor Late in the evening of December 9, a khaki-clad GI leaned close…

VU2ZP Yank Radio… Bangalore: The Brochure

This is the Army! On 20th January 1945, Colonel Melville C. Robinson, then commanding officer of Southern India Air Depot, conceived the idea of installing…

AFRS The India-Burma Network

Commercial Radio Plug Featured Even On Armed Forces Stations By SGT. ART HEENAN Roundup Staff Writer Radio executive and advertising agencies need have few worries…

VU2ZS Misamari, Assam, India 1944

Station VU2ZS Going Places – 3 Watts to 50 Sgt. Fishman of 1327 BU Hopes for All-India Coverage 1327 BU, ASSAM – A 50-watt transmitter…

AFRS ‘Wings Over The Orient’ WOTO Bhamo, Burma

Armed Forces’ Radio Stations Bring American Programs To I-B Doing Great Morale Job Roundup Staff Article BHAMO – Our G.I. radio stations in this Theater…

AFRS Along the Ledo Road

AFRS OUTLETS GO SILENT ALONG ‘ROAD’ By SGT. GEORGE GINGELL The great pulse of the Ledo Road has slowed down. The thousands of men and…

KTLG Radio, US Naval Station Sangley

By Matt McGuigan Before enlisting in the Army in 1952 I had done some commercial broadcasting at a local radio station here at home, so,…

Starting Radio Sangley, US Naval Station Sangley Point

By Louis McClure Snr I was sent TDY to the Naval Air Station, at Sangley Point, across the bay from Manila. I was teaching technicians…

WASA Radio, AFRS McMurdo Antarctica “The Most Wonderful Antarctic Station Anywhere”

By Bob FlintASA “Det A” Deep Freeze 72 In 1971 I had the privilege of being deployed to the Antarctic for one year and three…

Antarctic Radio Melts

There’s competition along the Antarctic radio dial. Yes, McMurdo alone now boasts three FM stations, and the nearby New Zealand base has yet another. Antarctica…

The Mosquito Network Part 3 – AFRS Mosquito Bites

American Military Radio in the Solomon Islands During WWII By Martin Hadlow © 2006 Expansion And Contraction As AES-Guadalcanal continued to develop, it was joined…

The Mosquito Network Part 1 – AFRS Guadalcanal

American Military Radio in the Solomon Islands During WWII By Martin Hadlow © 2006 Baghdad To Bougainville “The American Forces Radio and Television Service (AFRTS)…

The Mosquito Network Part 2 – AFRS Radio City

American Military Radio in the Solomon Islands During WWII By Martin Hadlow © 2006 “RADIO CITY” In The Tropics Once ashore, Captain Spencer Allen was…

AFRS Jungle Net News

A reprint of: Jungle Network NewsArmed Forces Radio SectionInformation & Education SectionUnited States Army Forces In The Far East Vol. I, 29 November 1944, No.5…

AFRS Jungle Network

Imagine thick jungle, incessant rain, tropical heat, the continual roar of aircraft engines taking off and landing from hastily carved out runways, and the hustle…

Armed Forces Radio Station WXLI

[Excerpt from the book ‘Dad’s War with the United States Marines’] Author: Peter H Green In order to expedite his transfer, instead of being assigned…

I Shot Roy Acuff on AFRS Radio WVTK Leyte

By Bob Campbell “I was with WVTK in Leyte and I and one other soldier went to Samar and built a station, selected and trained…

The Story of Radio Eniwetok

By John C. Seehaas Radio EniwetokStation WXLE The Armed Forces Radio Service23 April 1948 The story of Radio Eniwetok is not, actually, the story of…

The Pioneer Radio Voice of New Guinea, AFRS-2 and WVTB Nadzab

WVTB New Guinea 1944 By John G Dietrich The radio section of Special Services Division of United States Armed Forces in the Far East [USAAFFE]…

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