41°22'13"N 1°29'44"W Inoges.
A Former CRC and USAF troposcatter communications site (2 Lima) in the 486L-Medcom alerting net. Connections with Humosa and Soller (Baleares).
MEDiterranean COMmunications network was spanning the Mediterranean from Spain to the Near East. A network with sites in Spain, Sardenia, Sicily, Italy, Greece, Crete and Turkey. The system comprised more than 6,000 route miles of communications consisting of giant troposheric scatter, line-of-sight, and microwave antennas, land lines, repeaters and multiplexing equipment for radio, teletype, facsimile and data communications.
With the 490L AUTOVON switches installed, a MEDCOM user was able to use the world-wide military communications network.
Also home of USAFE 874th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron (EW radar 1957-1977). Then over to Spanish Air force and converted into a remote controlled AD radar.
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