|A1||Partners In Defense|
|A2||The Air Force Association|
|B1||The Star Spangled Banner
Arranged By – Warren Barker
|B2||My Country Tis Of Thee|
The NORAD Band was formed in 1959 as a 90-member touring orchestra with members from the . Army, Navy, Air Force, and the Canadian Royal Air Force. Performances were billed as a "Cavalcade of Music". The band retired in 1979, but the USAF component continued on as the 504th Air Force Band Of The Golden Gate. Special ensembles drawn from full orchestra include The NORAD "Pops" Concert Band, The NORAD "Dixietones", The NORAD "Commanders" Orchestra and Jazz Band, and The NORAD "Velvetones". A Mountain Of Music (LP, Album). North American Air Defense Command. Music From NORAD - Station Sign On, Station Sign Off (7", EP).
Track B3 is not listed; it is an announcer saying "This is music by the official band of the North American Air Defence Command, comprised of selected musicians of the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, and the Royal Canadian Air Force. This multi-service international band represents over two hundred thousand Canadian and American service men and women who provide the protection and defence of the North American continent against aerospace attack
Technical details about the SPACE STATION (1998-067A or NORAD 25544) satellite. SPACE STATION can be selected for live tracking or to see the passes visible from your location, if applicable. NORAD ID: 25544 Int'l Code: 1998-067A Perigee: 41. km Apogee: 42. km Inclination: 5. ° Period: 9. minutes Semi major axis: 6791 km RCS: 40. 01 m2 (large) Launch date: November 20, 1998 Source: International Space Station (ISS) Launch site: TYURATAM MISSILE AND SPACE COMPLEX (TTMTR).
On September 11, 2001, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) was involved in an ongoing operation which involved deploying fighter aircraft to northwestern North America. Military and NORAD had also planned to conduct several military exercises and a drill was being held by the National Reconnaissance Office, a Department of Defense agency. The operations, exercises and drills were all canceled following the September 11 attacks.
Hey eX, the tracking station is almost ready, you can turn on the Ku-band beacons now. Let's make movies at non-visible wavelengths ! Just PM me the frequencies.
A sign-on (or start-up in Commonwealth countries) is the beginning of operations for a radio or television station, generally at the start of each day. It is the opposite of a sign-off (or closedown in Commonwealth countries), which is the sequence of operations involved when a radio or television station shuts down its transmitters and goes off the air for a predetermined period; generally, this occurs during the overnight hours although a broadcaster's digital specialty or sub-channels may start u. .
North American Aerospace Defense Command. North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD /ˈnɔːræd/), known until March 1981 as the North American Air Defense Command, is a combined organization of the United States and Canada that provides aerospace warning, air sovereignty, and protection for Northern America.
In 2006, NORAD and USNORTHCOM moved its main command center to Peterson Air Force Base - 15 miles away - and many thought Cheyenne Mountain was closed. However, Cheyenne Mountain’s deputy director, Steven Rose, said the Cheyenne Mountain Complex is still NORAD and USNORTHCOM’s Alternate Command Center. And there are still more than a dozen government and Department of Defense agencies inside, some that he can’t publicly name. Secret No. 2: There are 15 buildings inside the mountain – 1 mile inside from the opening and 2,000 feet down from the top of the mountain.