Shemya photos, page 6 (Post-WWII)
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1. This picture of Cobra Ball was supplied by Randy Combs. Randy was on Shemya from March 1988 - March 1989. (Randy Combs, March 1988-89)
2. This image of the Cobra Ball uniform patch was supplied by Marty Gruber.
3. This is a close-up of Attu, North End, as taken from Shemya near the Cobra Dane facility. (John Wolfe, 1994)
4. Aggatu, about 25 miles due south of Shemya, as taken from the east end of the island at the Alascom Earth Station. (John Wolfe, 1994)
5. From the east end of Shemya atop the 90 foot tower at the Alascom Earth Station, a view of Shemya in the immediate foreground with the Cobra Dane facility to the extreme right. Nizki and Alaid Islands are next in view (they are part of the Semichi Islands, to which Shemya also belongs), then a wide view of Attu in the far background. (John Wolfe, 1994)
6. The north side of Shemya as seen from the Cliff House, an old "smokehouse" used for partying. There is a cave up on the side of this hill. (John Wolfe, 1994)
7. Shemya's own missile launch facility that was part of a now defunct project. Rumor has it the C-130 missed! Picture taken by USAF personnel on TDY assignment to the island in 1997. (John Wolfe)
8. Taken from Bldg 600, looking south (more or less) toward the "new" Communications Flight bldg. The very edge of 600 is to the right, which is a stairwell. Take that stairwell down, and it leads to a tunnel under the street to the Comm building across the street. Therein lies the telephone switch for the island. The large building on the left is where the four lane bowling alley was, and the old gymnasium. The gym was used for teaching country line-dancing while I was there, and our last combat dining-in. Picture taken by USAF personnel on TDY assignment to the island in 1997. (John Wolfe)
9. Shemya, Bldg 599, April 1994. (One of the best snow-storms we had while I was on Shemya from April 1975-1976 was in April of 1976! Smitty) (John Wolfe)  [John…Yup! I was trying to catch the “Freedom Bird” off the island! Worried Snow would prevent the trip!]
10. Shemya, Bldg 599 (front) is the bldg on the left, with the backside of bldg 600 on the right. The small structure next to the tower housed the two FM radio stations for the island. February, 1995, during Phase II weather. (John Wolfe)
Bldg. 599, April 1994. Phase II Snowstorm Aftermath. [John Wolfe] Bldg. 599, April 1994. Phase II Snowstorm Aftermath. [John Wolfe]
Cobra Ball, Shemya 1988-89. [Randy Combs] Cobra Ball, Shemya 1988-89. [Randy Combs]
Cobra Ball Uniform Patch. [Marty Gruber] Cobra Ball Uniform Patch. [Marty Gruber]
North End Of Attu, Taken 1994 From Shemya Near Cobra Dane. [John Wolfe] North End Of Attu, Taken 1994 From Shemya Near Cobra Dane. [John Wolfe]
Aggatu From East End Of Island, Alascom Earth Station. [John Wolfe] Aggatu From East End Of Island, Alascom Earth Station. [John Wolfe]
Views Of Shemya From The East End, Showing Nizki & Alaid Islands With Attu In The Far Background. [John Wolfe] Views Of Shemya From The East End, Showing Nizki & Alaid Islands With Attu In The Far Background. [John Wolfe]
Bldg. 599 Front During Phase II Weather. [John Wolfe] Bldg. 599 Front During Phase II Weather. [John Wolfe]
11. Shemya, Bldg 599 (front) during Phase II weather. (John Wolfe)
12. Shemya Bldg. 599 During Phase II weather.
North Side Of Shemya From The Cliff House. [John Wolfe] North Side Of Shemya From The Cliff House. [John Wolfe]
Shemya's Own Missile Launch Facility. [John Wolfe] Shemya's Own Missile Launch Facility. [John Wolfe]
Looking South From Bldg. 600. [John Wolfe] Looking South From Bldg. 600. [John Wolfe]
Shemya, Bldg. 599 & 600. [John Wolfe] Shemya, Bldg. 599 & 600. [John Wolfe]
Bldg. 599 During Phase II Weather. [John Wolfe] Bldg. 599 During Phase II Weather. [John Wolfe]