Lead: If George Elliott had recognized the importance of what he had seen that morning, he would surely had not let it rest.

Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts

Content: The mountain was called Opana. The mobile radar unit was new and was positioned on top a mountain named Opana on the northern part of the island of Oahu. Sergeant Elliott was in the signal corps and was doing double duty. He and Private Lockhard had been at the station since 12 noon the previous day. They were there to guard the apparatus, but from 4 to 7 in the morning, as was the procedure, they were to operate the radar. They ran the radar equipment in order to practice with it, three hours a day.


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