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Indian Mountain LRRS Airport (UTO)
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Rampart Airport (RMP)
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Departure Time Arrival Time
12:10 13:00
Aircraft Distance
C-46 92.2542
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Leg 37 of Going Commando in Alaska. Leave Indian Mountain and head for Rampart. Indian Mountain AFS was a continental defense radar station constructed to provide the United States Air Force early warning of an attack by the Soviet Union on Alaska. The location of the station made construction a challenge. Military engineer construction personnel were used to build a 9.1 mile road to the top of the mountain where the radars were located in the upper camp and a base station and airstrip in the lower camp. The lower camp included a runway opened in May 1952 with a 12 percent slope the steepest remote site runway. The upper camp at the summit of Indian Mountain with an elevation of 4234 feet could be reached by the road.
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