First and foremost, I would like to profoundly thank several individuals who we used as a primary source for this website. We've connected with a few of them and they've provided additional information and resources on Low Frequency Radio Ranges, as well as critical feedback, that are now reflected on this website - their help was invaluable:
Additional books and resources we used and where one can learn much more about the Low Frequency Radio Range System are as follows:
These sites were our “Go To” in term of obtaining old materials and maps:
We are posting a few additional resources under downloads below that I’m hoping will be useful or anyone that want to track down a station in the Continental United States:
All of what we did was from the “armchair” comfort of our home offices: frankly, it was a useful "shelter in place" pastime when we started in late 2020. It constantly amazes me how much is now available online. However, I know that there a treasure trove of old aerial images, maps, photographs, etc. that never made it to this medium sitting in old county archives, attics and musty file cabinets that might solve the mystery of the many stations we could not positively ID. Perhaps someone still with us has a distant memory of one of these stations, or navigating with them? If anyone has information on any of these own sites, please share per the Google Docs survey on the previous page.