Here is the overhead view of the site as it appears today. The coordinates are on the picture, so if you have a GPS device, you should be able to find it easily. Recalculating!
If you make it up the hill, turn right at the McDonald's and follow the blue line up another hill and around and around until finally reaching Grass Mountain.
This corner wasn't here in 1969 because there was no road to the right as shown here. A new barracks building can be seen in the middle of the picture. Back then, this is where the work station guards had their living quarters.
Still climbing the road past the corner on the previous picture, we can almost see the main gate appearing a few hundred feet up and to the right. Notice that the road is still ascending.
Here is the main gate which is now more strongly constructed. The wall around the complex replaced the chain link fence from 1960s.
All this picture does is give a better angle into the site through and over the front gate.
This is the road overlooking the site. Most folks who have taken pictures recently find that there are very few clear shots of any buildings down below.
The long overgrowth is there for a purpose. This is still a military installation and not a tourist attraction.
The guard house at the main gate can be seen above the tall grass.
Moving from right to left down the length of the complex, this picture is very similar in location as the one taken in 1969.
Another picture shows the water plant at the far right as well as the power plant and the main building. Next to the water plant is the building which used to house classrooms, offices and teletype repair.
This photo is not much different than the previous one. The power building and main building can be seen more easily.
The main building, shown here, has been added onto and the new barracks at the far left is also shown. These barracks replaced our old Day Room.
Finally, the original mess hall and two-story barracks are shown here. Perpendicular to it is the new barracks building.