Top secret Cold War History at Camp Evans

  Published in The Coast Star January 11, 2007 By Fred Carl Page 8  When one thinks of a front in the cold war, one might think of the Berlin Wall or Alaska with the DEW line of early warning radars, not Wall Township.   In fact, Wall Township’s Camp Evans was an...

Completion of Army work at Camp Evans is delayed

  Published in The Coast Star December 14, 2003 By Katherine A Czeck Page 3 Despite a tough battle, the Camp Evans closure appeared to be going smoothly for quite awhile, as the transferring of property was expected to approach completion sometime in 2007. Yet,...

Camp Evans building held WWII radar array

Published in The Coast Star on   December 8, 2005 By Fred Carl Page 34 By Fred Carl During World War II, Camp Evans was the home of Army radar development. And while one would expect all the work to be done inside the security fence,surprisingly, the north edge of the...

MUSEUM TO LINK HISTORY, FUTURE

MUSEUM TO LINK HISTORY, FUTURE The Asbury Park Press   August 14, 2005 by Jane Zhang Page AA1 cont. AA2 WALL — For more than two decades, except for four years with the Air Force in north Africa during World War II, Peter Kennedy of Sea Girt tested radar and satellite...