By Langford, James Warren; Langford, James Warren; Langford, Martha; Langford, John W
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13 One cannot help but imagine that the more knowledgeable travellers might have been a tad fretful each time they climbed aboard. The tour was headed for two days in the Arctic, stopping first at Fort Churchill, on Hudson Bay in northern Manitoba. After World War ii , because of existing rail, airport, and military infrastructure, Fort Churchill became an important Canadian-US joint military testing facility. The focus was first on cold-weather warfare testing and training, then short-range surface-to-air missile testing, and, from 1954 to 1964, upper-atmosphere rocket research, driven in large part by the problem of designing ballistic missile guidance systems capable of dealing with the geomagnetic and auroral influences of the upper atmosphere over the Arctic.
The background participates in this ordering, though it is indistinct, including some scattered low buildings and two striped communication towers. Cast into the frame lower right is an amorphous shadow that can be read, perhaps fancifully, as part of the technological apparatus of the base. 28 Our father’s postcard home might well have inspired the picture just described. This photographic object represents both resistance to and collusion in the disappearance of the northern peoples (fig. 12).
20 Landscaping the North photographically projects the photographer onto northern experience. 21 Upon their arrival at Fort Churchill, the ndc visitors were given a Cold Weather briefing in preparation for their taste of winter warfare training as conducted for Canada and other nato countries by the Canadian Army. Each member of the course had been issued an Arctic kit, including mukluks that were given close critical scrutiny by our father in that same postcard home. Banter recorded in Course Sixteen’s “Trip Lines” suggests that not everyone took part in the exercise; Warren Langford opted in.
A Cold War tourist and his camera by Langford, James Warren; Langford, James Warren; Langford, Martha; Langford, John W