HDCP, HECP and SCR-582
Fort Bulkley, HD Seward
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The combined Army Harbor Defense Command Post, or HDCP, and Navy Harbor Entrance Command Post is a two story concrete structure, located on the southern end of Rugged Island. The upper level was occupied by a SCR-582 surveillance radar site and an observation station, while the lower level housed utility areas, latrines, office space, and the (anti-)Chemical Warfare Service, or CWS, equipment.

A pair of small free standing power houses were constructed nearby to provide electricity for the facility.

Construction on the facility was still underway when the Harbor Defense Project was canceled, leaving some concrete work and internal construction unfinished and the backfilling operation incomplete.

Due to lack of specific room designations, I have assigned numbers to rooms without a known purpose to facilitate identification. Rooms numbers 1 to 4 are on the east side of the corridor, 5 and 6 are on the west side. See the Annotated Plan for details.    Note: The partition between rooms 1 and 2 was not installed.



Upper level
Lower level




Exterior



The main entrance.
July 2004
The north corner of the installation.
July 2005
Detail of utility access.
July 2005
Looking south at the upper level.
July 2005
The northeast corner of the observation station.
July 2004
the font of the observation station.
July 2005
Looking southeast along the front of the observation station.
July 2005




Documents
Form 2 
Lower level plan 
Upper level plan 
Note: The lower level plan contains several inaccuracies. I have made an Annotated Plan attempting to show the actual layout.




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