Camp Evans deception helped turn tide of war

Camp Evans deception helped turn tide of war Published in the Asbury Park Press on December 30, 2002 A LOOK BACK: A HISTORICAL VIGNETTE by Fred Carl – Guest Writer Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, the German general charged with defending the Nazis’ conquests...

Anti-Kamikaze Radar Developed at Camp Evans

By Fred Carl Based upon information provided by Cynthia Pomerleau, daughter of E. King Stodola and the 1988 published article by E. King Stodola;  ‘Some examples of post World War II radar in the USA’, in Radar Developments to 1945, Edited by Russell...

SCR-270 Radar Spots Japanese Planes 50 minutes before attack. Untrained officer in Command Information Center does not act upon information. Command Failure results in greater loss of lives and ships.

Signal Corps RADAR Ready and Operating December 7, 1941 by Fred Carl First Lieutenant Harold Zahl had one burning worry.  “Had our early-warning radar failed?”  He was a physicist and for years, under great secrecy, was part of a group working to prevent...

Stealing America’s Radar Secrets

  SECRET WEAPONS of World War II By William B. Breuer Page 10-12The Signal Corps began its quest for radar at Fort Monmouth main post.  Due to the problem below, described by William B. Breuer in his book “SECRET WEAPONS of World War II”, the...