Monday, October 3, 2016

American Red Cross The Microsoft Store at the Danbury Fair Mall Tuesday September 20th 2016

#WA8UNS @WA8UNS #ThomasQuickKimball #ThomasKimball #ridgefieldct #Ridgefield @ridgefield in #FairfieldCounty #FairfieldCountyCT #CT #Connecticut Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut wanted to share that he and others had presented and distributed American Red Cross materials at The Microsoft Store at the Danbury Fair Mall In Danbury, Connecticut on Tuesday September 20th 2016. The event included important home fire safety information, how to build a preparedness kit and special coloring books and crayons for children. A Corporate sponsor with the American Red Cross #americanredcross volunteers #volunteers #microsoft #volunteering


#WA8UNS @WA8UNS #ThomasQuickKimball #ThomasKimball #ridgefieldct #Ridgefield @ridgefield in #FairfieldCounty #FairfieldCountyCT #CT #Connecticut Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut wanted to share that he had volunteered #volunteered at the American Red Cross #americanredcross Booth Newtown's 23rd Annual Health & Public Safety Fair Saturday September 17th 2016 with other American Red Cross #americanredcross volunteers #volunteers




#WA8UNS @WA8UNS #ridgefieldct #Ridgefield in #FairfieldCounty #CT #Connecticut Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut wanted to share he had attended The American Red Cross & CT Region 4 Disaster Institute (CT-RI-MA) United States Coast Guard Academy Friday, June 3, 2016 - Sunday, June 5, 2016. I am a new American Red Cross Volunteer Connecticut T5 Disaster Volunteer


The Red Cross Connecticut Disaster Training Institute - USCG Academy Challenge Coin issued to all participants last Friday-Sunday June 3rd-5th 2016

American Red Cross Disaster Relief Truck

WA8UNS Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut getting to meet United States Coast Guard CAPT Dave Burns Mission Support U.S. Coast Guard Academy. He was one of our guest speakers during lunch. 


A U.S. Coast Guard Incident Management Assistance Team (CG-IMAT) Patch #CG-IMAT #USCG Many thanks to SK2 Mayfield for sending this to me with the help of PERS3 Funkhouser and LCDR McKinstry. As I’m beginning to collect patches from groups that I get the honor of training with. As there was about 6 people from the U.S. Coast Guard Incident Management Assistance Team (CG-IMAT) that had taken the TEEX MGT-314 Enhanced All-Hazards Incident Management/Unified Command course held on March 7th-11th 2016 at the world-class National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center/Emergency Operations Training Center (NERRTC/EOTC) in College Station, Texas.

American Red Cross Shelter was opened Hurricane Irene at the Yanity Gym in Ridgefield, Connecticut 
American Red Cross Shelter was opened Hurricane Sandy at the Ridgefield Parks and Recreation in Ridgefield, Connecticut 

 WA8UNS Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut American Red Cross Certification of Completion Shelter Management
WA8UNS Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut American Red Cross Certification of Completion Shelter Fundamentals
WA8UNS Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut American Red Cross Certification of Completion Disaster Assessment


WA8UNS Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut American Red Cross Certification of Completion Disaster Frontline Supervisor/Simulation

WA8UNS Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut American Red Cross Certification of Completion Basic Food Safety
WA8UNS Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut American Red Cross Certification of Completion Disaster Cycle Services: An Overview

More About Thomas Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut Below:

#WA8UNS @WA8UNS #ridgefieldct #Ridgefield @ridgefield in #FairfieldCounty #FairfieldCountyCT #CT #Connecticut
#Volunteer #Volunteering Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut who is volunteer with the #ConnecticutFoodBank  Connecticut Food Bank Mobile Pantry in Ridgefield, Connecticut August 12th 2016 gets to me U.S. Congressman Jim Himes #JimHimes #august @jahimes #congress

It was nice to see Congressman Jim Himes helping to distribute food to the folks in line that day for the Connecticut Food Bank Mobile Pantry in Ridgefield, Connecticut. He is seen here on the Youtube Video mentioning that there are folks in Fairfield County Connecticut and Ridgefield Connecticut that do need food and there is hungry even in these affluent communities in Fairfield County Connecticut. 

Connecticut Food Bank Mobile Pantry At St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, Ridgefield, Connecticut meets St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church 6 Ivy Hill Road Second Friday of the month

As I was brought to West Redding, Connecticut - Ridgefield, Connecticut when my father had taken a job with Schlumberger-Doll Research SDR Ridgefield, Connecticut back in 1979. 

Please click here to see the 10 patents had worked on 


Also a graduated from Joel Barlow High School Redding, CT Class of 1989


This would be my second time meeting him the first time is when Congressman Jim Himes had visited the Ridgefield, Connecticut Emergency Operations Center (EOC) during Hurricane Irene August 2011.






We first started here in Ridgefield, CT Connecticut Food Bank Mobile Pantry in Ridgefield, Connecticut was at Halpin Lane 2012

Photos below of Volunteering with other Volunteers Connecticut Food Bank Mobile Pantry in Ridgefield, Connecticut.




Volunteering with the  Connecticut Food Bank Mobile Pantry At Ridgefield, Connecticut with Tony Phillips, director of Social Services with the Sharron McCleery Lavatori and other volunteers at St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, Ridgefield, CT.


Volunteering with a great group of volunteers like Anne and Rose an others.  With Tony Phillips, director of Social Services Ridgefield with Karen Gaudian
Always looking for more volunteers. 





 Busy morning here with volunteers getting food to community with the Connecticut Food Bank Mobile Pantry even at 13 degrees cold weather for Friday 12th February 2016., 



Connecticut Food Bank Mobile Pantry in Ridgefield, Connecticut Ridgefield Operation for Animal Rescue - ROAR, Ridgefield comes and drops off dog and cat supplies to hand out and also Ridgefield Library comes with books. We also set up a little table with pasta items from the Town Of Ridgefield Social Services.






#WA8UNS @WA8UNS #ridgefieldct #Ridgefield in #FairfieldCounty #FairfieldCountyCT #CT #Connecticut Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut wanted to share my father’s first United States Patent 3,611,149 Patent US3611149 ITERATED SWITCHED MODE RECEIVER October 5, 1971

Notice the application date is 1969-06-06 which is about on month before I was born July 4th 1969


United States Patent
3,611,149
Kimball
October 5, 1971

ITERATED SWITCHED MODE RECEIVER 

Abstract
There is disclosed an iterated switched mode receiver which operates on a received distorted serial binary sequence to diminish or eliminate intersymbol interference. The operation of the receiver is predicated upon making two decisions on each symbol. The preliminary or "first guess" decisions on adjacent symbols are used to eliminate the effects of these symbols on the final decision for each symbol. Signal delays are employed so that it is possible to work with the successor digit as well as the predecessor digit. The preliminary decisions on the succeeding and preceding digits are made by threshold circuit having thresholds at zero. The final decision is made by a variable threshold circuit which receives as its inputs outputs representative of the digit immediately preceding, the digit immediately succeeding and the digit to be processed.

Inventors:
Kimball; Christopher V. (Ann Arbor, MI)
Assignee:
The Bottelle Development Corporation a correction would be Assignee is 
(The Battelle Development Corporation Columbus, OH) 
Family ID:
25258014
Appl. No.:
04/830,964
Filed:
June 6, 1969

Current U.S. Class:
375/348
Current CPC Class:
H04L 25/062 (20130101)
Current International Class:
H04L 25/06 (20060101); H04b 001/10 ()
Field of Search:
;324/77H ;325/42,321,322,323,324,473,474,475,47L,477,65 ;333/7T ;235/181

References Cited [Referenced By]

U.S. Patent Documents

August 1966
Linke
August 1966
Ares
December 1969
Schaeffer

Primary Examiner: Griffin; Robert L. 
Assistant Examiner: Mayer; Albert J. 

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION 

It is therefore an object of the present invention to provide a nonlinear receiver which operates on a received serial binary sequence with intersymbol interference and noise with a low probability of error. 

It is another object of the invention to provide a nonlinear receiver which has as its basic purpose the reconstitution or recovery of binary digital information from a distorted and noisy version of that information. 

It is a further object of the instant invention to provide a receiver in a binary communication system which provides nearly ideal performance with ease of implementation and low system cost. 

According to the present invention, the foregoing and other objects are attained in one embodiment by providing two delay circuits connected in cascade. The delay circuits each provide a time delay equal to one digit interval. There are three outputs from the cascaded delay circuits, one at the input of the first delay circuit, e at the junction of the two delay circuits and one at the output of the second delay circuit. The first output is connected to a first decision circuit having a threshold at zero. The output of the first decision circuit provides a representation to a first approximation of the digit immediately succeeding the digit which is to be processed. The third output is connected to a similar second decision circuit having a threshold at zero. The output of the second decision circuit is representative to a first approximation of the digit immediately preceding the digit to be processed. The digit to be processed is available at the second output. The final decision is made by a variable threshold circuit which receives as its inputs the outputs representative of the digit immediately preceding, the digit immediately succeeding and the digit to be processed. In a second embodiment, the invention is implemented without using any analog delay devices. Instead, digital delay devices can be used in conjunction with conventional logic circuitry. 

References Cited [Referenced By] 
PAT. NO.  Title
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
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Though I was a young boy at the time while we had lived in Miami, Florida from 1971-1979. Here is a piece of his work called 
Acoustic Communication Studies (U) An experimental study of techniques for Submarine to Submarine Communication System. 
Contract Number N00014-73-C-0593 Technical Report July 1971 June 1974  Report Date September 1975 ARPA Advanced Research Projects Agency Office Of Naval Research Code 222. Supplementary Notes: To be published in the Journal Of Defense Research Series B Tactical Warfare, September 1975 Performing Organization Ocean Engineering Division RSMAS Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science University Of Miami UM-RSMAS 75034 Palisades Geophysical Institute Miami Florida

By this above Table 1. Summary of fixed-site communications experiments. You can tell by Experiment M1 and appears year is 1968 my father had started working on this when still at Cooley Electronics Laboratory University of Michigan. The above in table finished with the Experiment M6C year 1973


The little guy in the crib is Thomas Q Kimball WA8UNS

My father was in Signal Officer Basic Course, Ft Gordon June through August 1969 but came back to Ann Arbor, Michigan to see my birth July 4th 1969. At the The University of Michigan Hospital  Ann Arbor, Michigan. From 1969 until 1971 my father had to do his Army two-year active duty US Army Signal Corps Officer with the US Army Security Agency Support Group out of Ft Meade, Md. We had a TDY at Ft Hood, TX  December 1969 through May 1970 for MASSTER US Army Project Mobile Army Sensor System Test Evaluation and Review Surveillance, Target Acquisition and Night Observation STANO. National Security Agency NSA R Group - Research and Engineering 1970-1971 after that in 1971 we would move to Miami, Florida. 



Thomas with his father somewhere in the Florida Everglades  Circa 1970’s after 1971.

My father who was WB4WZR in Miami then 1971-1979 And WA8UNS from 1966-1971
 Where it all started 69-71 Call sign WA8UNS at our home in Bowie, Md United States  Notice the HF Antenna in the back ground. 


Thomas Q Kimball WA8UNS from Ridgefield, Connecticut and my father Operating Special Station February 4th - 6th 2013

Father and son Operating Amateur Radio Ham Radio at AMC Appalachian Mountain Club Northwest Camp. northwest slope of Bear Mountain in Salisbury, CT.  My Mom did the role of professional Photographer. Thanks :)

I have taken time to re-write some of my father’s work below are samples and or parts of his work. Please note some of the mathematics might be off in my re-write as some of it hard to see. The complete work can be found here: http://www.dtic.mil/docs/citations/ADC003594 so it would be picked up by search engines such as google. I am sharing his work for educational purposes.




An experiment study of coherent, matched filter techniques for  submarine-to-submarine communication was conducted, matched filter techniques offer three advantages over existing systems. First, coherent integration allows useful system operation at signal-to-noise ratios significantly below 0 db. Incoherent systems experience a threshold at a 0 db signal-to-noise ratio, which causes system performance to deteriorate rapidly. Second, filtering of the received information symbol with a filter matched to the received symbol waveform reduces the effects of both noise and multipath. Finally, these techniques are compatible with a wideband, randomized transmission format, which reduces the detectability of the signal by unintended receivers. The research program was conducted in two stages. The first stage evaluated communication system performance over 7- and 42- nmi fixed-site ranges. Over 4,000 hours of experimental data were obtained and analyzed to ensure the statistical significance of the measurements. Results from these data showed that reliable communication could be obtained with signal-to-noise ratios below 0 db. A typical experimental system (M6B) transmitted 0.625 bit/sec in a 100-hz band centered on 420 hz. Over a 42-nmi patch this system yielded a bit error probability of 0.01 at an input signal-to-noise ratio of -9 db. Such performance is within 6 db of that obtainable with the optimum receiver operating though a linear time invariant channel with added white Gaussian noise. To determine the applicability of the fixed-site results to the submarine-to-submarine communication problem the second stage of the program investigated the space-time stability of the acoustic medium with a towed source. An experiment was conducted in the deep ocean off Eleuthera, B.I at ranges from 0 to 400 nmi. This experiment indicated only a 10 percent decorrelation  in the channel from one 30-sec interval to the next. Consequently the coherent, matched filter techniques evaluated over the fixed-site ranges are applicable to practical problems involving moving platforms. Based on the results of the experimental program development of a practical submarine-to-submarine communication system using coherent matched filter techniques is proposed. A particular implementation (M7) incorporating a randomized burst-type transmission for detection resistance is suggested as a basis for future work. 

Defense Technical Information Center
Accession Number : ADC003594
Title :   Acoustic Communication Studies
Descriptive Note : Technical rept. Jul 1971-Jun 1974
Corporate Author : ROSENSTIEL SCHOOL OF MARINE AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE MIAMI FL


Report Date : Sep 1975
Pagination or Media Count : 47
Abstract : An experimental study of techniques for submarine to submarine communication was conducted. Based on the results of the experimental program, a practical submarine to submarine communication system is proposed. A particular implementation (M7) is suggested as a basis for future work.

Descriptors :   *ACOUSTIC COMMUNICATIONS, *UNDERWATER COMMUNICATIONS, SECURE COMMUNICATIONS, SIGNAL PROCESSING, SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO, SUBMARINES, TOWED BODIES, UNDERWATER TO UNDERWATER

Subject Categories : Acoustic Detection and Detectors
      Acoustics
      Non-radio Communications

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE


Thomas Q Kimball then at home in 1971-1979 at 8441 SW 142nd Street Miami, Florida 33158 

Thomas Q Kimball with the SWSC Sheeler Winton Swim Club 1970's

WA8UNS Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut  was a member of  The Sheeler Winton Swim Club in Miami, Florida 1971-1979 As it was truly a great place to swim.


Amplitude Learning in the Sequential‐Clipper Crosscorrelator Detection Receiver By C.V. Kimball as seen on 70th Meeting Acoustical Society Of America Wednesday 3 November 1965
A comparison is made between an adaptive sequential‐clipper crosscorrelator and the adaptive nonclipping sequential receiver for the case of a signal known except for amplitude; i.e., amplitude is specified by a probability distribution. Both receivers update distributions on the signal amplitude during the observation process to learn the transmitted signal amplitude and, consequently, improve receiver performance. This study compares the amplitude learning of the two receivers during one step of the sequential procedure. Assuming the same initial information, a fixed small‐amplitude signal is applied to the input of each of the receivers and the distributions after observation are studied. From these distributions, the amplitude learning of the sequential‐clipper crosscorrelator receiver is compared with that of the amplitude‐utilizing receiver to provide a measure of the efficiency of the clipper crosscorrelator receiver in learning the signal amplitude. The measure obtained is analogous to the well‐known detection efficiency of 2/π. [Work supported by the U. S. Office of Naval Research Acoustics Programs (Code 468).]


J. Acoust. Soc. Am. Volume 38, Issue 5, pp. 911-911 (1965); (1 page)


Finally after so many years of waiting for a National Security Agency NSA FOIA request to be approve  today April 5th 2014, I get to see my fathers paper in the NSA Technical Journal Article 1966 on 
C.V. Kimball A Text Recognition Procedure for Cryptanalysis.  https://www.nsa.gov/news-features/declassified-documents/tech-journals/assets/files/text-recognition.pdf As student University of Michigan.  Paper looks like to was viewed at the International Symposium in Information Theory at UCLA 31 January-2 February 1966 mentions Dr. B.C. Getchell, P1 My research on google mentions  Dr. B.C. Getchell  Butler University



If you look at last page of C.V. Kimball A Text Recognition Procedure for Cryptanalysis.  
Looking at the page of references. You see C.V. Kimball
A RecognitionProcedure for Natural-Language Text with Application to Cryptography,
Unpublished thesis University of Michigan 1965. And Communication Theory of Secrecy Systems is a paper published in 1949 by Claude Shannon  

references. Communication Theory of Secrecy Systems. (Shannon, C.E.) Bell System Technical Journal, 28: 4. October 1949 Pages 656 and Page 709


As my interest in Amateur Radio Ham Radio and other  related things came from my father

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Wiley-IEEE Press: Claude E. Shannon: Collected Papers I would like to get a copy of this but cost to much.

Claude Shannon - Father of the Information Age 




I am proud of my father’s work for Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) Office Of Naval Research ONR and US Army Signal Corps Officer with the US Army Security Agency Support Group The National Security Agency NSA as I was personal around for this from 1969-1979.  As Amateur Radio Ham Radio was in the family 60's-70's (WN8QGF 1965-1966)WA8UNS (1966-1971) -WB4WZR (1971 until recently changed) And my mother was WN8QGE 1965-1966. As with this my Amateur Radio Ham Radio FCC call sign is WA8UNS





I grew up with Drake Amateur Radio Equipment, R. L. Drake Company manufacturer of electronic communications and also KDK 2 meter FM transceiver mobile in the 1970's My father also used a  Vibroplex Bug.,

As WA8UNS was my father's call sign in which changed in 1971 with a 4 call. The Drake Amateur Radio Equipment was sold before we moved to Paris, France in 1984. From 1979-1984 I would be able to build some small kits from Heathkit like a Code Oscillator HD-1416 Morse Heathkit Brand, Heath Co.; Benton Harbor MI and a few others. 



My Fathers old vibroplex morse code keyer mid 60's-70's WN8QGF-WA8UNS ( 1965-1971 ) -WB4WZR ( 1971 until recently changed )


The little guy in the crib is Thomas Q Kimball

My father was in Signal Officer Basic Course, Ft Gordon June through August 1969 but came back to Ann Arbor, Michigan to see my birth July 4th 1969. Wish I could  see a class picture photo from the Signal Officer Basic Course, Ft Gordon June through August 1969 

I became interested in areas of subjects that where related to my growing up with my father's military past and also Amateur Radio Ham Radio as I was born in  July 1969 at the The University of Michigan Hospital  Ann Arbor, Michigan. So I was around for his Army two-year active duty which included US Army Signal Corps Officer with the US Army Security Agency Support Group out of Ft Meade, Md. We had a TDY at Ft Hood, TX December 1969 through May 1970 for MASSTER US Mobile Army Sensor System Test Evaluation and Review SurveillanceTarget Acquisition and Night Observation STANO As it reads from the website masster - 1969-1976 - OTC History

On October 17, 1969, Project MASSTER moved to Building 91025 at the newly designated West Fort Hood, formerly "Killeen Base."and also Ft Meade for the National Security Agency NSA R Group - Research and Engineering. May 1970-71 as a Cryptanalysis . After that we moved to Miami, Fla for the ONR Office Of Naval Research 71-79. The work for ONR Office of Naval Research took my father to US Naval Facility NAVFAC Eleuthera and NAVFAC Bermuda.


I did not know any of my father's work from 1969-1979.  And really didn't learn anything of it until mid to late 1980's.  But did find his old Vietnam Era OG-107 Uniforms in which I had found in box's and would wear the shirts when hiking.


#WA8UNS @WA8UNS #ridgefieldct #Ridgefield in #FairfieldCounty #CT  Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut  wanted to share :

Questions I have seen on google.

How did September 11th change my life.  How has your life changed since 9/11? How did the attacks of 9/11 change your life?

#NeverForget911

Since The activation Task Force Liberty, the New York Guard Component of the 42nd Joint Task Force Rainbow Hope activated for Operation World Trade Center. And leaving with New York Guard with Honorable Discharge July 31 2003. In some of the training I have received from people that where there at Ground Zero WTC on 9/11 in which an honor to be taught by them. I’m glad to have made these accomplishments in my training which has been continuous, as it’s always evolving in Emergency Management. Some of my training might follow some of the recommendations from the 


“Create dedicated, ongoing training programs for FDNY chiefs so that they are proficient in using ICS principles during large and complex incidents involving terrorism, chemical, biological and radiological materials, and attacks to critical infrastructure.”

 Thomas Q Kimball WA8UNS with The New York Guard State Volunteer Force At Camp Smith Training Site HHC, Army Division Enlisted in the New York Guard 29 April 2000 ETS April 2003  Promoted Staff Sergeant E-6 15 March 2003 Honorable Discharge July 31 2003 Rank Grade SSG/E6 NYG World Trade Center Incident
#nyguard #newyorkguard #campsmith @newyorkguard

 A Certificate of Special Recognition The New York Guard Operation World Trade Center at Camp Smith Training Site apart of The New York Guard  MP Detachment 



I had just found this below in a storage
42nd Joint Task Force Rainbow Hope

Joint Task Force 42 Rainbow Hope

An Open Letter to JTF 42 Service Members Brigadier General Joseph J Taluto Joint Task Force Commander

Synopsis of NYG ARDIV Duty Assignments, Task Force New York City and Task Force Liberty, 9/11/01 to 1/10/02 as seen in The Guardian Issue # 02-1 June 2002

At the time of The New York Guard activation Task Force Liberty, the New York Guard Component of the 42nd Joint Task Force Rainbow Hope activated for Operation World Trade Center. At Camp Smith Training Site we were at Threatcon Charlie FPCON CHARLIE  apart of The New York Guard  MP Detachment we where unarmed while working there at Camp Smith Training Site  Cortlandt Manor near Peekskill, NY, New York Guard Awards and Decorations include: New York State Defense of Liberty Medal 15 September 2002, as well as the New York Guard Commander’s Citation 15 August 2002



From my old historical file:  Military Police Unit Headquarters 
New York Guard Army Division
Camp Smith
Newsletter
29 June 00

Under #6 Training A self study book is a available to all MP’s on responding to terrorism. 

The book FEMA/USFA/NFA-ERT:SS June 1999
Emergency Response To Terrorism Self-Study U.S Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs-Bureau of Justice Assistance Federal Emergency Management Agency United States Fire Administration-National Fire Academy



As seen in Fire Engineering: first responders' first line of defense in terrorism responses by Sam Hansen and Alan Veasey. This article mentions how The federal Emergency Response to Terrorism Job Aid, which is intended to be used with the Department of Transportation (DOT) Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG)

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Please see link below to read article written by Kenneth O. Burris Jr. as appeared in Fire Engineering 10/01/2000

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From my old historical file:  Military Police Unit Headquarters 
New York Guard Army Division
Camp Smith
Newsletter

1 April 00

Under #5 Training Up date on Peace Officer Training, will be held at Camp Smith on 29 & 30 April, 6 May, 20 & 21 May.


Thomas with the two New York Guard Peace Officer Training Instructors.


New York Guard State Volunteer Force At Camp Smith Training Site Building 504 Peace Officer Training Group Photo. The training was April 29th and 30th and May 6th, 20th and 21st 2000 Thomas is in photo last row on the side of entry to building. Also in photo back row is friend Paul Garre also from Connecticut.


Then it was a must to get and have for the class and or course was the Penal Law and Criminal Procedure Law of the State of New York. For the New York Guard for the Peace Officer Training for the Military Police Unit Headquarters New York Guard.



From my old historical file:
NYSG-COS (3025) Members Of The New York Guard
World Trade Center (9*11) Survey
Operation Trade Center and Operation Airport Security Member Survey-State of New York

The New York Guard MP Detachment  Securing Camp Smith Training Site Pre New York Army National Guard MP Shack at Camp Smith Training Site Cortlandt Manor near Peekskill, NY, after 9/11 WTC Incident






Night time operations The New York Guard MP Detachment  Securing Camp Smith Training Site at Camp Smith Training Site Cortlandt Manor near Peekskill, NY, after 9/11 WTC Incident


In photo with New York State Police trooper Kevin Reppenhagen Camp Smith Training Site Cortlandt Manor near Peekskill, NY, after 9/11 WTC Incident


The New York Guard Military Police Station Provost Marshal Building 85 Camp Smith Training Site Cortlandt Manor near Peekskill, NY,  after 9/11 WTC Incident


The New York Guard Military Police Vehicle Camp Smith Training Site Cortlandt Manor near Peekskill, NY,  after 9/11 WTC Incident


New York Guard State Volunteer Force At Camp Smith Training Site NYG World Trade Center Incident Duty Group Photo. 

A small group of The New York Guard MP Detachment was sent to due some NYG World Trade Center Incident Duty at the New York Army National Guard and the Westchester County Police Academy in Valhalla, NY