THREE U.S. RADAR STATIONS BASED AT CALOUNDRA
PART OF A U.S. RADAR TRAINING SCHOOL

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The Americans ran a radar training school in Caloundra on Queensland's Sunshine Coast until 1943. There were three radar stations where U.S. troops trained before being posted to Pacific Islands.

 

Can anyone tell me the exact location of the US Radar Training school at Caloundra?

I'd like to hear from you if you were ever based at this Radar Training School

 

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