[B-R-I] Re: Conelrad in Boston area

Kaimbridge M. GoldChild Kaimbridge@gmail.com
Thu Nov 22 06:35:02 EST 2007

Our esteemed barrister, A. Joseph Ross, J.D., inquired,

 > Now, someone remind me:  What did Conelrad stand for?


© CONELRAD (Control of Electromagnetic Radiation) was a method
© of emergency broadcasting to the public of the United States
© in the event of enemy attack during the Cold War. It was
© intended to serve two purposes; to prevent Soviet bombers
© from homing in on American cities by using radio or TV
© stations as beacons, and to provide essential civil defense
© information.


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