reydelcastillo wrote: Same when heading back to the Carrier , they went on a low fly about 20 miles away from the Carrier Group , and out of sight from the radar .- I would like yo know if this that was told to me is accurate .-
Thank you very much .-
reydelcastillo wrote:During the Conflict there were two long range radars , one a Westinghouse ANTPS 43 , belongs to the Air Force and responsible for the Air TRaffic from Continent towrds the Islands and all atacks on British Forces , and a Cardion ANTPS 44 that belong to the Army , responsable of the Air Defense .- I was the Comanding Officer and Operator for this Cardion -
If there is any question I will gladly answere it - Regards Enrique
reydelcastillo wrote:Good <orning Sir , Yes we were Jammed on May 01 when the first Vulcan attack , and latter on every now and then you see jamming on the radar screen -
By switching frecuency and Pulse repetition you could get of Jamming , I have not seen a Jaming last longer that a minute -
Those 20 miles I mention , told to me through other Forum , spoke with Pilots and other Sea Man - Very wise to hide the exact position of the Carriers - 20 miles was mentioned as " about 20 miles "
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