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Bill Rogers talks about his experiences as a radio intercept operator at the Vancouver Wireless Station at Boundary Bay Airport, Delta, BC, Canada. The Vancouver Wireless Station is a historical treasurer and was used to intercept Russian radio communication during the cold war era.  He also lived in the Canadien Forces Base Ladner community, now called the North 40 Park Reserve.  In addition, Bill worked at radio communication stations in Hey River, North West Territories; Port Radium, North West Territories; Ennadai Lake, Nunavit and Fort Smith, North West Territories.
 
Bill Rogers talks about his experiences as a radio intercept operator at the Vancouver Wireless Station at Boundary Bay Airport, Delta, BC, Canada. The Vancouver Wireless Station is a historical treasurer and was used to intercept Russian radio communication during the cold war era.  He also lived in the Canadien Forces Base Ladner community, now called the North 40 Park Reserve.  In addition, Bill worked at radio communication stations in Hey River, North West Territories; Port Radium, North West Territories; Ennadai Lake, Nunavit and Fort Smith, North West Territories.
  
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==About the Interview==
  
 
Bill Rogers: An interview conducted by Chris Scholefield, June 13, 2019.
 
Bill Rogers: An interview conducted by Chris Scholefield, June 13, 2019.
  
== Copyright Statement ==
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==Copyright Statement==
  
 
The content of this oral history, including photographs, audio and audiovisual clips, and biographical information, and are intended for non-commercial educational and personal use only. Copyright restrictions apply. Commercial publication, redistribution, or use of the content is not permitted.
 
The content of this oral history, including photographs, audio and audiovisual clips, and biographical information, and are intended for non-commercial educational and personal use only. Copyright restrictions apply. Commercial publication, redistribution, or use of the content is not permitted.
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== Interview ==
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INTERVIEWEE: <br>
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INTERVIEWEE: Bill Rogers<br>
 
INTERVIEWER: Chris Scholefield<br>
 
INTERVIEWER: Chris Scholefield<br>
 
DATE: June 13, 2019<br>
 
DATE: June 13, 2019<br>
 
PLACE: Delta, BC, Canada<br>
 
PLACE: Delta, BC, Canada<br>

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About the Interviewee

Bill Rogers talks about his experiences as a radio intercept operator at the Vancouver Wireless Station at Boundary Bay Airport, Delta, BC, Canada. The Vancouver Wireless Station is a historical treasurer and was used to intercept Russian radio communication during the cold war era. He also lived in the Canadien Forces Base Ladner community, now called the North 40 Park Reserve. In addition, Bill worked at radio communication stations in Hey River, North West Territories; Port Radium, North West Territories; Ennadai Lake, Nunavit and Fort Smith, North West Territories.

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About the Interview

Bill Rogers: An interview conducted by Chris Scholefield, June 13, 2019.

Copyright Statement

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INTERVIEWEE: Bill Rogers
INTERVIEWER: Chris Scholefield
DATE: June 13, 2019
PLACE: Delta, BC, Canada