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Warin Radio Site - 2001

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Camp Warin Signal Site is located West of Ubon Ratchathani. I was home to one of the largest "Tropo" or "Backporch" flat-sided Antennas in the region. These Antennas faced SE. These photos of Warin Radio Site were taken on October 19, 2001. Please do not copy any of the photos without the permission of the Webmaster. The photos on this page have been digitally marked.

Photo by Gene Ponce 2001
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View from the main entrance road looking towards the front main gate.

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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View of the Snack Bar or Club

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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Ammunition Storage Building

Photo by Angel M. Garcia, 1966-67
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Angel M Garcia at the Radio Controls

Photo by Sam Cocchimiglio, 1970-71
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Photo of Sam with the Antennas in the background

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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Interior view of the Snack Bar/Club

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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Another Interior view of the Snack Bar /Club

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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Front View of building T-707 the foremans office

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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Sand Bag reinforcements. The sand bags surround the fuel tanks that feed the Back-up Generator Eng

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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The Day Tank located inside the Back-up Generator Engine Building

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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View of Engine # 7. There are three Engines, but only two are operational, # 6 & # 7

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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Side View of Engine # 6

Above: Side View of Engine # 6.

Photo by Mike Mainer, Phu Mu Site 1969-70
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Warin Long Lines Antennas

Photo by Mike Mainer, Phu Mu Site 1969-70
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Warin TRC-90 Antennas

Photo by Angel M. Garcia, 1966-67
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Photo of the barracks as they were in 1966-67

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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The Main Gate Entrance to Camp Warin

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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The main road outside the Main Gate. A view after exiting the gate and bearing left leading to Warin

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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This barrack was located immediately to the right as you enter the Main Gate

Photo by Angel M. Garcia, 1966-67
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Angel M Garcia poses on the Antenna platform. *Note the "flyswatters" in the background

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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Front door of the foremans building. *Note the "Knock" sign on the door

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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Interior view of the abandoned foremans building. Notice the U.S. government issue worn out chair

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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Current communications tower. A German company is contracted to maintain the equipment

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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Exterior view of the Back-up Generator Engine building. *Note the Engine exhaust pipes

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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View of the Engine Control Panel

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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This was the LC-2600 Repair Shop Building. Located next to the Maintenance Repair Building

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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A Maintenance Building was once located here. It was next door to the Foremans Office building

Photo by Gene Ponce, 2001
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One of many Antenna Mount Pads that held the Large Radar Screens in place during the war

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