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Radio pioneers in front of the Marconi Hotel during World War II. Among these men are Harold Zahl, who made vacuum tubes VT158 for AN/TPS3 radar; Jack Slattery, designer of SCR268 fire control radar; commanding officer Oscar Maier; and technical director Paul Watson. Picture courtesy of John Marchetti.