Welcome to Loran-History.info
These pages remember the Coast Guardsmen, who served aboard Loran-A, Loran-C stations, and other Loran billets worldwide. These dedicated Coasties are but a few who provided radio navigation signals to millions of navigators. These pages wouldn't exist except through the efforts of MCPO Bill Dietz, USCG(ret). Bill has spent numerous hours for over a decade collecting the information you find here.
If you wish to add your information to the database, just fill out the Contact us form. Bill or I will update the list.
We are looking for pictures and stories. If you wish to contribute, please Contact Us.
FYI - Site Maintenance underway.
I am currently working on group C. Thru Cape San Blas is completed.
I will update this paragraph as I work through the alphabet.
Thanks to Ray Rebmann Fred's Place Reunion Hall will be posted on each station page.
Completed: Adak, Attu, Biorka, Cape Atholl, Cape Christian, Cape Sarichef, Eniwetok, French Frigate Shoals, Guam, Ichi Hanare, Kauai, Kwajalein, Lampang, LMS Kodiak, LMS Udorn, Matsumae, Miho, Miyako Jima, Molokai, Narrow Cape, Naulo Point, Niigata, Niihau, Nomaike, Ocean Cape, Oshima, Port Clarence, Pusan, Roguron, Saipan, Sattahip, Upolu Point, USCGC KUKUI, Wildwood
View From the Top" - By CDR Carl Burkhart USCG (Ret) - pdf
What's new over the last quarter:
17 AUG 14 - Updated Carolina Beach, Conson, FFS,
Grangeville, Kauai, Kwajalein, Lampang, LMS Kodiak, LMS
Udorn, Miyako Jima, Narrow Cape, Nomaike, Ocean Cape, Oshima,
Port Clarence, Pusan, Saipan, Sattahip, Spruce Cape, Tan My,
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