Airborne Awesomosity

Lockheed Warning Star: Connie Gets Mean

In the early days of the Cold War knowing when the commies would come over the North Pole with their bombs and imperial intentions was a very high priority for the military. We built the Distant Early Warning Line of radar installations that would let SAC know to scramble interceptors and let the Secret Service know to get the President down to the bunker. However, that row of radar in northern Canada was limited to watching the sky over land. What if the Soviets came around over the ocean?
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