LORAN Station Targaburan, Turkey, 11 April 1963
LORAN History, Vol. 1: Early Electronic History and the Bridging of the North Atlantic and North Pacific.
LORAN History, Vol. 2: Coast Guard Construction Detachments in the Pacific Theatre.*
LORAN A Coverage*[PowerPoint]
LORAN C Coverage* [PowerPoint]
"LORAN-C & LORAN-D Systems of Radionavigation" Engineering Report," USCG EEC Wildwood, NJ, circa 1972.
"LORAN on Long Island": Early Development of LORAN
"LORAN SYSTEM: Summarization of Loran Program up to V-J Day." Original report in National Archives, Office of the Secretary of War, Record Group 107, Entry 118, Box 7. Copy provided courtesy of Roger Connor, Curator, Aeronautics Division, National Air and Space Museum.
The Coast Guard LORAN Stations in The Republic of the Philippines: an illustrated guide published by Coast Guard Air Station with information on each LORAN station it kept supplied.
Coasties: My Service in the United States Coast Guard, 1952-1986, by Captain Richard H. Wight, USCG (Ret.). Captain Wight had an extensive career at sea as well as command of LORAN Station Estartit, Spain.
Oral history interview of Radioman Second Class Armond "Bud" Lisle who served as a radio operator at Pacific LORAN Monitoring Station Canton Island (Unit 94) in 1945 & 1946. Interview conducted by Dr. Douglas Kroll, USCG AUX.
Oral history interview of Seaman First Class James Gabriel, Jr., joined the Coast Guard in 1943 and after recruit training at Manhattan Beach was assigned to the USS Woonsocket (PF-32) and later saw service in Coast Guard LORAN Mobile Detachment “G”. Interview by Dr. Douglas Kroll, USCG AUX.
*Courtesy of ETCM Bill Dietz, USCG (Ret.)
The "LORAN Personnel Roster" website, a site dedicated to "all those that have served in the LORAN program" and run by ETCM Bill Dietz,USCG (Ret.) & ETC Joe Jester, USCG (Ret.) is available at: http://www.loran-history.info