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Check Six – 1969/1970: 201 MCS Facility Construction

April 21, 2022

The National Guard Bureau activated the 201st Mobile Communications Squadron (201 MCS) on March 6, 1967 with initial duty station at Battery Selfridge. Major Paul S. Mori was appointed Commander. On October 13, 1967, four subordinate flights were authorized.

Construction for the new squadron facility began in 1969.

Photo #1 October 25, 1969: concrete slab pour.

Photo #2 December 2, 1969: installation of vertical support beams begin.

Photo #3 April 20, 1970: 2nd floor construction in progress.

Photo #4: The completed facility; photograph taken in the early 2000s.

The new $1 million facility at Fort Kamehameha was completed and dedicated September 9, 1970. The facility served the 201st Combat Communications Group until the organization’s deactivation. The facility now serves as the 154th Operations Group headquarters.

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