Fort Lawton

Fort Lawton (122.42W 47.66N) guarded the approaches to the southern ports of Puget Sound. It was headquarters of 2 Interceptor Command when war broke out and seems to have been equippd with radar, likely an SCR-270, at that time. The fort was a marshalling point for many units headed to the Pacific throughout the war.

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