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6 April 2008
Texas authorities move women and children as FLDS ranch investigation continues
By Brooke Adams
The Salt Lake Tribune
Article Last Updated: 04/06/2008 01:08:30 PM MDT
Posted: 12:53 PM- ELDORADO, Texas - Wave after wave of small groups of women and children boarded school buses just before noon here as officials began to move about 200 members of a polygamous sect taken from a ranch over the weekend.
Dozens of recent hi-res aerial photos:
|Following images from
|Unrelated, north of the FLDS ranch is the site of the former US Air Force
PAVE PAWS Early Warning Radar.
Closed in 1995, the radar equipment was moved to Alaska:
The 13th Space Warning Squadron accomplishes these missions using the AN/FPS-123, Solid State Phased Array Radar System. The radar is housed in a triangular-shaped 11 story building with two radiating faces of 1,792 active elements each, and is located on Clear Air Force Station, an 11,500-acre subartic remote installation 85 miles southwest of Fairbanks, Alaska. The radar, originally located at El Dorado Air Station, Texas, was part of the Pave PAWS program and was moved to Alaska to replace the United States' last mechanical missile warning radar in 2001.