conelrad


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conelrad

(ˈkɒnəlˌræd)
n
(Military) a US defence and information system used between 1951 and 1963 in the event of air attack
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Bill Geerhart--the man behind CONELRAD, an invaluable website devoted to the cultural history of the Cold War-has compiled Freedom Is a Hammer, a fascinating album in which lesser-known musicians of the 1960s sing songs about Communist conspirators, liberal media bias, and other themes of the right.
But a history of the ad in the online publication CONELRAD notes that Tony Schwartz, the company's sound specialist, had done a similar ad two years earlier, which ran as a public service announcement for the United Nations.
And finally, also at the national level, NDTA resolved at it's 1957 Forum to press for the improvement and modernization of the CONELRAD Civil Defense Emergency Radio System, to make it a more practical system to use by the emergency transportation providers.